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Curry bounces back, Warriors end Suns' 18-game streak 118-96

Warriors coach Steve Kerr spent a good chunk of his postgame press conference reiterating his belief that the Suns are the best team in the West.
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How Chip Neutrality Threatens Nvidia Deal to Buy Arm: QuickTake
One of the most influential companies in the tech industry is unknown to most consumers. U.K.-based Arm Ltd. designs key parts of the chips that power almost every smartphone on the planet. Its strategic importance has brought a potential windfall for Japanese owner SoftBank Group Corp., and a big problem. A plan to sell Arm to Nvidia Corp. for $40 billion has alarmed antitrust watchdogs and security officials and the deal is now in trouble. The predicament shows how vital a company founded as a
Russia-Ukraine Live Updates: Biden Warns Zelensky That February Invasion Is 'Distinct Possibility'
Joe Biden has warned Ukrainian President Vlodomyr Zelensky that an invasion by Russian forces in February is a "distinct possibility" despite ongoing diplomatic talks. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
Philippines reopening to tourism next month
The Philippines will grant entry to visitors vaccinated against Covid-19 from February 10, its government said on January 28, in an effort to boost a tourism sector decimated by the pandemic.
Is 'Fortnite' Down? 'Profile Query Failed' and 'You Do Not Have Permission' Bugs Explained
"Fortnite" players are being confronted with strange error messages when they try to log in to the game. Here is what the "Profile Query Failed" bug means.
NYC mayor's brother can serve as his adviser on mayoral security for a salary of $1, conflict of interest board says
Bernard Adams, the brother of New York City Mayor Eric Adams, can serve as the mayor's senior adviser for "Mayoral Security" for a $1 salary, according to a waiver granted by the city's Conflict of Interest Board (COIB).
Carmelo Anthony rips 76ers’ fans for ‘unacceptable’ taunting
Carmelo Anthony is used to hearing fans taunt him at times during his long NBA career, but this time was different.
Review: Talking-head documentary 'Gamestop: Rise of the Players' focuses on the little guys
The documentary 'Gamestop: Rise of the Players,' directed by Jonah Tulis, boasts a strong story, despite cinematic and journalistic shortcomings.
What to watch this weekend: HBO Max's 'The Fallout,' Netflix's 'Home Team' with Kevin James
New films streaming or in theaters this weekend: Kevin James headlines Netflix's 'Home Team,' Jenna Ortega and Maddie Ziegler star in 'The Fallout.'
Biden Needs to Do More Than Talk About Democracy in Africa
Burkina Faso has become the fifth country to experience a military takeover in the past year. The U.S. is doing shamefully little to reverse the trend.
The Gamification of Finance May Be a Good Thing After All
Video game techniques can help us take a longer-term view on retirement saving, a study shows.
Crypto 101: Here are 10 cryptocurrency terms people use every day from blockchain to NFT
Looking to invest in crypto? Here are 10 terms to help understand the process of the volatile cryptocurrency world from altcoin, exchange to wallet.
Colorado governor criticized by 2 district attorneys for intervening in trucker's sentencing
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis faced criticism from two district attorneys in the state – a Democrat and a Republican – who said his steep commutation of a truck driver convicted in a crash that led to four deaths before a judge weighed in could set a "troubling precedent," according to reports.
In 2022, the world's strongmen could fall on their Covid-19 swords
This will be a fateful year for autocrats around the world. In Brazil and Hungary, strongman leaders Jair Bolsonaro and Viktor Orbán are standing for re-election. And in the Philippines, term limits are bringing Rodrigo Duterte's tumultuous presidency to an end. How will their handling of the pandemic determine the outcomes?
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Desperate to Hit the Gym Again? You’re Not Alone
People are tired of working out in their kitchens and bedrooms. Fitness centers that survived Covid are thrilled; Peloton not so much.
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Colorado governor criticized by 2 district attorneys for intervening in trucker's sentencing
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis faced criticism from two district attorneys in the state – a Democrat and a Republican – who said his steep commutation of a truck driver convicted in a crash that led to four deaths before a judge weighed in could set a "troubling precedent," according to reports.
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Nadal Beats Berrettini to Return to the Australian Open Final
The Spaniard defeated Matteo Berrettini in four sets and will play for a record 21st career Grand Slam men’s singles title against either Daniil Medvedev or Stefanos Tsitsipas.
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Top Pennsylvania Dems can’t meet Biden due to scheduling conflict
Two top Democrats in Pennsylvania running for high office said they will miss President Biden during the president's stop in Pittsburgh on Friday due to scheduling conflicts-- just weeks after Stacey Abrams, the Georgia gubernatorial candidate, cited the same reason.
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Meek Mill pumped after Joel Embiid leads 76ers past LeBron James-less Lakers
Meek Mill crashed a 76ers press conference after their win over the LeBron James-less Lakers and gave a shoutout to his favorite team. The rapper capped his impromptu remarks with “good win!”
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Iraqi Kurds are learning Mandarin to take advantage of jobs from Chinese companies
Dozens of contracts signed in recent years ensure China's growing footprint, even as major Western companies, including the U.S., plot their exit.
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Ukraine Is a Test of Britain’s Diplomatic Mojo
The most clear-eyed response to Russia’s aggression toward Ukraine has come from the U.K. And it can go even further.
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The BBC Is Dead, Long Live the BBC
Changes to the broadcaster’s financing model will force it to abandon its traditional role in the British and global media landscape.
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Rafael Nadal soars into Australian Open after gritty four-set victory
Rafael Nadal stands one win away from a men's record 21st Grand Slam title after overpowering Italian seventh seed Matteo Berrettini 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-3 on Friday to reach the Australian Open final in Melbourne, Australia.
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Here's why the US doesn't want its F-35 wreckage to fall into China's hands
The United States Navy is trying to retrieve its most advanced fighter jet from the depths of the South China Sea, an extremely complex operation that analysts say will be closely monitored by Beijing. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
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China is using the Beijing Olympics to push a winter sports boom
The ruling Communist Party is using the Games to promote winter sports, many of which are new to most Chinese, for fitness and business opportunities.
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No. 15 USC stunned by Stanford again
No. 15 USC is stunned again this season by Stanford with a 64-61 loss on Thursday at Galen Center.
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Kate Hudson says famous parents Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell wanted to have 'the best family'
Kate Hudson said that her mother Goldie Hawn and her partner Kurt Russell made "amazing" parents that wanted "the best family."
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In pictures: Photography contest turns lens on life in China
A village shadow puppet show, a shepherd grazing livestock and a pair of young acrobats performing handstands are among the scenes depicted in a photography competition shining a light on life in China.
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Lawsuit over Oxford High School shooting claims negligence by some school staff and the shooter's parents
A lawsuit regarding the November school shooting in Oxford, Michigan, claims certain staff members as well as the parents of the alleged shooter were negligent in their handling of the suspect.
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Newt Gingrich: Biden gets to nominate, he does not get to approve SCOTUS nominee
Newt Gingrich, the former Republican Speaker of the House, joined “The Ingraham Angle" on Thursday to discuss the Supreme Court battle that will play out in the closely divided Senate
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Kyle Rittenhouse heads to court to get gun used in shootings back
A Wisconsin judge was set to hear arguments Friday on whether prosecutors should return to Kyle Rittenhouse the assault-style rifle he used to shoot three people during a street protest.
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Asian Americans rally to combat racism, violence
Hundreds of people are planning to gather in six U.S. cities Sunday to commemorate the death of 84-year-old Vicha Ratanapakdee in San Francisco and call for an end to anti-Asian hate and violence, which has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Jan. 28)      
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Austin restaurant robbed again, third time in three months amid police shortage
A Texas restaurant has been robbed again, the third time in three months, its owners said.
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Ingraham: Democrats use 'dark money' for radical-left political aspirations within Supreme Court
Laura Ingraham criticized the left's plan to influence the Supreme Court amid Justice Breyer's retirement on 'The Ingraham Angle.'
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Lemon to teen taunted at game: Make your haters your motivators
CNN's Don Lemon speaks with teen Makai Brown and his family after Makai was taunted with racist comments during a high school basketball game. A student in Orange County, California, was disciplined after making "inappropriate and inflammatory racist comments" during a game last week, the Saddleback Valley Unified School District (SVUSD) said in a statement.
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The U.K. Has the Chance to Build a Better Capitalism
By requiring companies to advance the interests of society and the environment alongside those of shareholders, the Better Business Act will unleash their full potential to meet the world’s most pressing challenges.  
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In Ukraine, Putin’s Gamble Has Failed
The Kremlin’s Ukraine gamble has failed.
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What to watch on Friday: ‘The Afterparty’ on Apple TV Plus
Friday, January 28, 2022 | “Ready to Love” returns on OWN
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Jimmy Kimmel Drags Sarah Palin for Dining Out After Getting COVID
ABCAmerica’s conservative right is currently infested with a number of people pushing dangerous and offensively ignorant COVID-19 misinformation—from Fox News’ Jesse Waters (who urged his viewers to “go in for the kill shot” against Dr. Anthony Fauci) and Tucker Carlson (comparing vaccine mandates to “Nazi experiments”) to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), who felt that having to wear a mask on the House floor was akin to what happened to the Jews during the Holocaust.Enter Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska, Republican vice presidential candidate, and person who once performed “Baby Got Back” on The Masked Singer.“Sarah Palin—you remember her?—she has COVID for a second time now,” said Jimmy Kimmel on his late-night show Thursday evening. “The unmasked singer is in New York City appearing in court. She has a defamation suit against The New York Times. Twelve years ago, she couldn’t name a newspaper—now she’s suing one.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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South Korea Indicts Defector From the North Over Leaflets
South Korea banned the spread of leaflets across the border last year. Park Sang-hak, an outspoken activist who defied the ban, was indicted in a first this week.
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Gutfeld: The Biden admin is non-transparent 'to hide corruption, incompetence and worse'
Greg Gutfeld criticized the Biden administration's lack of transparency during Thursday's opening monologue of "Gutfeld!"
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A federal judge canceled major oil and gas leases over climate change
The ruling revokes leases sold in the Gulf of Mexico, in the largest oil and gas lease sale in U.S. history. It says the Interior Department failed to consider the greenhouse gases it would produce.
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Funeral held for Tioni Theus, the 16-year-old found dead alongside 110 Freeway
One day after a reward fund swelled for tips to find the killer of Tioni Theus, funeral services were held for the 16-year-old girl found dead on a freeway onramp in South L.A.
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Tucker Carlson: $1.2 trillion in infrastructure spending should mean better roads, but it doesn't
Tucker Carlson slams the Biden administration and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg for their infrastructure priorities.
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9 police officers fatally shoot pedestrian after standoff on interstate in Nashville, authorities say
Nine police officers fatally shot a pedestrian on a Tennessee interstate after a short standoff, authorities said Thursday.
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Photos of the Week: Frozen Shore, Wool Cat, Lenticular Clouds
An upside-down house in Colombia, wintry weather in Greece, a Viking parade in Glasgow, a camel festival in Abu Dhabi, a crowded beach in Rio de Janeiro, a festival of lights in Vilnius, a cremation ceremony in Bali, sled dog racing in Scotland, and much more
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Lakers' Carmelo Anthony on incident with Sixers fan: 'Certain things you don't say to anybody'
Carmelo Anthony confronted a Sixers fan who used "unacceptable" language during the Lakers' game in Philadelphia.       
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Henrik Lundqvist’s best Rangers moments No. 1: Ticket to the Cup Finals
In fitting fashion, Lundqvist had a big hand in lifting the Rangers into their first Stanley Cup Final in 20 years.
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La Habra Heights assistant fire chief arrested, accused of impersonating officer
Timothy Peel used a truck equipped with lights and a siren to illegally stop and detain motorists, authorities say
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