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Maine girls high school basketball announcers fired after body-shaming players
A pair of high school announcers in Houlton, Maine have been fired after making comments body-shaming girls basketball players during a livestream.
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Russell Wilson reportedly looking to explore outside Seattle
The Seahawks' season may be over, but the chatter about quarterback Russell Wilson's future is continuing to ramp up.
Chiefs vs. Steelers Live Stream: Where To Watch Steelers vs. Chiefs Live Online For Free
Can Big Ben and company pull off the upset?
Why pedestrians should take caution on moped-heavy Queensboro Bridge
Pedestrians face a particularly treacherous trek along the 59th Street bridge -- because they're forced to share a narrow, two-lane strip with bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters.
Dr. Oz's Senate run is playing out as a 'Fox primary'
Dr. Mehmet Oz has gone from one of the country's most recognizable TV personalities to a polarizing Republican Senate candidate — and his primary campaign is exclusively targeted to Fox viewers.
Keira D’Amato breaks American women’s record at Houston Marathon
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'Fox News Sunday' on January 16, 2022
'Fox News Sunday' welcomed guests Glenn Youngkin and Dr. Ashish Jha
Alabama bowling alley shooting suspect who killed 1, injured 6 bonds out of jail twice
The suspect in an Alabama bowling alley shooting that left one dead, six injured has been released on bond a second time.
5 ways to celebrate Betty White on her 100th birthday
Just weeks away from turning 100, Betty White was planning to spend her upcoming birthday watching a film about her life with friends. It was a shock when she died in December, but we can still celebrate her beautiful life and all the laughs she gave us.
Jamie Lynn Spears begs Britney to end public feud: ‘This is embarrassing’
The "Zoey 101" alum has begged her big sister to "call" her after putting the singer on blast during an interview promoting her new book.
UK government to cut funding for BBC in a blow to network's finances
The British government will cut the BBC's funding by ordering a two-year freeze on the fee that viewers pay to watch the broadcaster, the Mail on Sunday reported.
Don’t expect Steelers to try to sign or draft Ben Roethlisberger’s replacement
Ben Roethlisberger has acknowledged is his final year as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ quarterback, and the search for a new man behind center will begin as soon as the season ends.
Magic Johnson to Lakers owner Jeanie Buss after blowout loss: 'You deserve better'
NBA legend Magic Johnson was fed up with how the Los Angeles Lakers have been playing and had a poignant message to co-owner Jeanie Buss following the team’s latest loss to the Denver Nuggets.
Hostages freed after Texas synagogue standoff, suspect is dead
The FBI has identified the man who held four people hostage in a Texas synagogue Saturday. He was a 44-year-old British citizen. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca joins CBSN to discuss more.
On GPS: How should the West respond to Russia's power play?
Radoslaw Sikorski, Member of the European Parliament, and Thomas Graham, Distinguished Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, join Fareed to discuss Putin's threats of escalation, and whether there is room for a diplomatic solution to the Ukraine crisis.
Reflecting on Dr. King's vision – how are we faring in pursuit of the just society?
As we remember the birth of Dr. King, it is worth reflecting on his message, and on whether we are moving in the direction of accomplishing the great vision he laid out for our nation.
Are McDonald's, Taco Bell & Wendy's Open on MLK Day 2022? Fast Food Opening Hours
Expect fast food restaurants to be open for business despite Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2022 being designated a federal holiday.
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli's Los Angeles home was burglarized
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli's Los Angeles home was burglarized while they were out, days before her 'Full House' star Bob Saget died.
Bill Belichick’s offseason plans include doing something he said he wouldn’t do
Bill Belichick, who has a great sense of humor, once half-jokingly talked of never coaching into his 70s.
Los Angeles DA Gascon ripped overing sentencing for transgender woman who sexually assaulted girl
Los Angeles DA George Gascon criticized as 26-year-old faces sentencing to a juvenile detention center or probation after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting young girl
Britney Spears calls public feud with sister Jamie Lynn 'tacky' as they seek to end public feud
Jamie Lynn and Britney Spears’ public war of words continued on Saturday night with the pop star’s younger sister begging her to call her so they can stop settling their family issues in public.
Governors Using Federal Coronavirus Funds to Fight ‘Climate Change’
States across the country are using federal coronavirus stimulus payments for projects to fight so-called 'climate change.'
Twitter bans account linked to Iran’s supreme leader over Trump assassination threat
Twitter permanently suspended an account linked to Iran's supreme leader after it promoted a video depicting the assassination of former President Donald Trump.
Free agent Katlyn Chookagian hopes to re-sign with UFC after UFC on ESPN 32 win
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Winter storm to bring ‘unpleasant’ mix of snow, rain wind to NYC
Snow will begin falling in the New York area around 7 p.m. as a storm travels from the southern region of the country.
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Farrah Abraham arrested for slapping a security guard at a nightclub in Hollywood
“Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham was arrested in Los Angeles Saturday night after allegedly slapping a security guard.
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NFL great Charles Woodson upset over erroneous whistle in Raiders-Bengals game
Charles Woodson spoke for all Las Vegas Raiders fans on Sunday when he expressed his frustrations with the officiating during the team’s playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
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Bills WAGs savor ‘Victory Sunday’ after demolishing the Patriots
Brittany Williams and Hillary Trubisky were among the Bills WAGs celebrating Buffalo's wild-card win over the Patriots on Saturday.
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Times Square subway shove ‘psycho’ showed ‘no emotion’ as he timed train’s arrival: witness
Maria Coste-Webber — who appeared to have been eyed first by homeless ex-con Simon Martial — said the suspect showed no emotion when he shoved tragic victim Michelle Alyssa Go.
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Trump Failing to Ding 'Full Support' McConnell Has to Remain GOP Senate Leader: Romney
Mitt Romney made the comment Sunday after Lindsey Graham said he'd only back McConnell if he mends his relationship with Trump.
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Wicked winter storm brings mix of snow, ice, tornadoes to Southeastern states
Wicked weather brings snow, ice, tornadoes in the Southeast.       
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University of Michigan fires its president after investigation into an alleged affair
The university said Mark Schlissel was removed as president due to an alleged "inappropriate relationship with a university employee."
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Mainstream US Muslim groups have called for Aafia Siddiqui's release
U.S. Muslim groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) have been lobbying for the release of Aafia Siddiqui, a Texas inmate known in counterterrorism circles as "Lady Al-Qaeda."
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'America's Funniest Home Videos' to pay tribute to Bob Saget
"America's Funniest Home Videos," one of the shows that solidified Bob Saget as a fixture in the living rooms of many, is paying tribute to its former host on Sunday.
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'You deserve better': Magic Johnson tears into Lakers after 37-point loss to Nuggets
Magic Johnson did not mince words about the Lakers' latest disaster, a 133-96 loss at Denver that dropped L.A. beneath the .500 mark
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 1/16
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, John Dickerson looks at the first year of the Biden Presidency. Plus: Jane Pauley interviews legendary entertainer Liza Minnelli; Luke Burbank talks with Kirsten Dunst, star of "The Power of the Dog"; Jim Axelrod catches up with "Leave It to Beaver" star Tony Dow; Rita Braver visits an exhibition of works by French conceptual artist Marcel Duchamp; Conor Knighton finds out the shocking truth about eels; and David Pogue meets a collector of antique light bulbs.
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Rep. Clyburn says Dems’ voting reform bills on ‘life support’ — but not dead
Rep. James Clyburn admitted on Sunday that the Democrats' voting reform bills are on "life support" but vowed that he and his colleagues will "win this battle."
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Walmart Filings Reveal Plans to Create Cryptocurrency and NFTs
The retailer sought several new trademarks in December that show it intends to make and sell virtual goods
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Fact check: False claims that DC requires photo ID or proof of vaccination to buy milk or leave your home
Last week, some Republican lawmakers wrongly described Washington DC's new proof-of-vaccination policy -- incorrectly tweeting that the Democratic-run city is requiring people to show photo identification to buy milk or even to leave their homes.
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Oldest remains of modern humans are much older than previously thought, researchers say
Remains in Ethiopia were originally thought to be around 200,000 years ago. Scientists now say they are at least 230,000 years ago.       
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Son of missing Illinois woman asks federal government for help finding her
Brandon Borries' mother has been missing since she was involved in a Jan. 3 plane crash off the coast of Panama.
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Eagles' Josh Sweat underwent emergency procedure to address 'life-threatening situation': report
Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Josh Sweat will not play in Sunday’s NFC wild-card playoff matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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Kanye West's girlfriend Julia Fox apologizes for calling her ex a 'deadbeat' dad and an 'alcoholic'
Julia Fox is apologizing to her ex as her new romance with Kanye West heats up.
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Former Obama Education Adviser Pleads Guilty in Wire Fraud Case: 'Robbing Those He Promised to Help'
An ex-education adviser to former President Barack Obama has plead guilty to wire fraud, the New York Post reported Saturday.
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Hochul announces $2 million in aid for displaced Bronx fire tenants
Governor Kathy Hochul announced Sunday that the state will offer tenants displaced from the gruesome Bronx fire $2 million in assistance as they work to rebuild their lives.
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Face the Nation: Hogan, Lucas, Gottlieb
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on variant-specific vaccines, Maryland’s struggle with federal aid for COVID-19 testing, and Kansas City’s Omicron surge.
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Giga Chikadze fires back at 'cheap f*ck' Chan Sung Jung, promises to rebound from UFC on ESPN 32 loss
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Man, woman, child found on top of floating car in Pennsylvania river: 'Shoot me, shoot me'
Man, woman, child found on top of car floating in Pennsylvania river.
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