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Lucy Hale, Skeet Ulrich spark romance rumors with PDA-filled outing

"Pretty Little Liars" star Lucy Hale and "Scream" actor Skeet Ulrich have sparked rumors of romance after being spotted together in Los Angeles.
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Progressive Caucus Chair Jayapal Calls Changes to Stimulus Bill 'Relatively Minor Concessions'
"The American Rescue Plan is a truly progressive and bold package that delivers on its promise to put money directly in people's pockets," Representative Pramila Jayapal said.
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Regina King on directing "One Night in Miami"
The Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress makes her directorial film debut with an acclaimed story, set in the 1960s, of a reimagined meeting of four Black icons discussing the civil rights movement.
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Donald Trump reportedly will visit NYC as soon as Sunday
Former President Donald Trump will travel to New York City as soon as Sunday, his first visit to the Big Apple since leaving the White House in January, according to a report. Trump Tower, the former president’s Fifth Avenue skyscraper, will see a ramped-up security presence after it had been reduced over the past month,...
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Charles Dance on Tywin Lannister's death and resting villain face
The 'Mank' actor based his William Randolph Hearst portrayal partly on Rupert Murdoch, partly Donald Trump
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Aljamain Sterling upset about UFC 259 DQ: 'That's not the way I wanted to win' title
Becoming UFC champion was bittersweet for Aljamain Sterling under the circumstances.       Related StoriesPetr Yan on UFC 259 DQ loss to Aljamain Sterling: 'I didn't mean to do an illegal shot'No regrets: Israel Adesanya 'not heartbroken' about first MMA loss at UFC 259Jon Jones declares Israel Adesanya 'not even worth my time' after UFC 259 loss 
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Extremism in the ranks: Veterans and the insurrection
A surprising number arrested for the January 6th attack on the Capitol are military veterans, whose skill sets were deployed to break through police lines and occupy our seat of government. How is the Pentagon coming to grips with veterans who become radicalized?
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Bats and the search for COVID's origin
Correspondent Ramy Inocencio visits the Chinese province of Yunnan to investigate theories about the source of COVID-19, including the role of bats in its spread, and bats' migration patterns into nearby countries in Southeast Asia.
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Queen reportedly won’t stay up to watch Harry and Meghan’s Oprah interview
Queen Elizabeth II won’t stay up to watch the “circus” of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Oprah interview Sunday night — and will instead get a briefing at breakfast Monday, according to reports. While the two-hour sitdown does not air in the UK until Monday night, Buckingham Palace aides have an online feed to watch...
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Sen. Joe Manchin explains why he wanted changes to relief bill
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) talks with CNN's Jake Tapper about President Biden's $1.9 trillion relief plan for the coronavirus pandemic.
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Cut off from the rest of America, a small town endures lockdown
Point Roberts, Washington, is a tiny piece of America separate from the U.S. mainland, its isolation both a protection against COVID and a magnifier for the pandemic's economic ripple effects.
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Amid the rubble of Mosul, Pope Francis declares hope 'more powerful than hatred'
Standing amid the rubble left behind by the now defeated ISIS terrorists in the Iraqi city of Mosul, Pope Francis on Saturday declared hope to be "more powerful than hatred and peace more powerful than war."
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Robert Lewandowski edges closer to legendary record after netting hat trick
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Robert Lewandowski edges closer to legendary record after netting hat trick against Borussia Dortmund
Robert Lewandowski took a step closer to breaking a legendary scoring record after netting a hat trick in Bayern Munich's 4-2 win over rivals Borussia Dortmund on Saturday.
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CNN host Chris Cuomo gets ripped for joking he is ‘black on the inside’
CNN’s Chris Cuomo is getting ripped as being “f—ing offensive” after joking that he is “black on the inside.” The 50-year-old brother of embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo was quickly roasted after a clip was shared Friday showing him hand over to CNN colleague by singing the theme to 1970s’ TV show “Good Times.”...
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Former ‘Dynasty’ stars to gather for a virtual reunion
Stars joining so far include Linda Evans, Heather Locklear, Catherine Oxenberg, Jack Coleman, and many more.
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Biden to sign executive order aimed at promoting voting rights
Mr. Biden will sign the executive order on the 56th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday."
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Biden's approval on COVID-19 steady as country wary about reopening: POLL
President Joe Biden retains broad support for his coronavirus response, according to a new ABC News/Ipsos poll.
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Queen Elizabeth II won't watch Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey: report
Queen Elizabeth II will reportedly not watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey.
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COVID-19 after one year: What will the future bring?
It has been 12 months of loss since the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. began. Experts in a variety of fields take stock of what we've been through – and what may come in the pandemic's fallout.
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Live politics updates: Sens. Ossoff and Warnock credit Georgia voters for passage of $1.9 trillion relief package
"The people of Georgia deserve a great deal of credit for what happened here today," Sen. Warnock said after the massive COVID-19 relief bill passed.       
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Xbox Series X Restock Updates for Amazon, GameStop, Best Buy, Target and More
The Xbox Series S is available at several retailers, but the Xbox Series X remains out of stock across major retailers.
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Texas School’s Lesson on Chivalry Asked Girls to ‘Walk Daintily’ and Obey Men
A Shallowater High School assignment meant to demonstrate medieval-era misogyny was scrapped after at least one parent objected.
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COVID and the lost year: What's ahead?
It has been 12 months of loss since the coronavirus outbreak in the United States began. Correspondent Martha Teichner takes stock of what we've been through – and perhaps what may come in the pandemic's fallout – with leaders in fields ranging from the economy (Laura Tyson) and civil rights (Mary Frances Berry), to the food industry (José Andrés), psychology (Steven Pinker), urban planning (Richard Florida), and the arts (Renée Elise Goldsberry).
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Texas Mayor Calls Governor's Lifting Mask Mandate 'Wrong,' Apologizes for Mexico Trip
"I'm disappointed that the mandate is being withdrawn. Our governor has said that it's still important to wear masks, and I appreciate that. But removing the mandate, I think we create an ambiguity," Austin Mayor Steve Adler said.
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 3/7
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Martha Teichner explores how a year of COVID may have changed our society. Plus: Tracy Smith talks with Regina King about her film directorial debut, "One Night in Miami"; Lee Cowan visits Point Roberts, Washington, a town isolated from the rest of the American mainland; David Martin explores the role of military veterans in the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol; Seth Doane examines how residents of a Northern Italian village are coping after a devastating year of COVID; Remy Inocencio travels to China in search of the origins of the coronavirus; David Pogue talks with biochemist Jennifer Doudna, co-creator of the gene-editing technology CRISPR, and Walter Isaacson, author of "The Code Breaker"; and Tracy Smith looks back at comedian Bob Hope's decades as an entertainer of American troops abroad.
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Defense secretary brings experience dealing with racism, extremism to Pentagon
At his new Pentagon post, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is dealing with extremism, Iran and COVID-19.
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Why Biden's next legislative push might be much harder than Covid relief
President Joe Biden and fellow Democrats are racing to prove a counterintuitive lesson: with congressional majorities, sometimes less can be more.
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Elliott: Dave Holmquist found a home at Biola University on his way to 1,000 coaching wins
Influenced by UCLA coaching great John Wooden, Dave Holmquist has become a legend in his own right over the last 40 years at Biola University.
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‘WandaVision’s Scarlet Witch Costume Makes Me Want to Finally Ditch the Quarantine Sweats
This is the first costume reveal I've clapped for.
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Some struggling Americans aren't getting the stimulus payment they were promised. Here's why
Some financially struggling Americans who owe back taxes will miss out on stimulus payments unless the Internal Revenue Service decides to change its rules.
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Four Corners: Discussing Kobe Bryant's likeness as part of the NBA logo
There has been buzz recently about honoring Kobe Bryant's legacy by featuring his silhouette in the NBA logo. The Times' NBA reporting crew weighs in.
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The book that's helping the Angels improve their outfield defense
The book "Defensive Outfield Play" by Sam Suplizio, who spent most of his life in baseball, is helping Joe Maddon and the Angels even today.
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How Kaley Cuoco got 'The Flight Attendant' off the ground to play the heavy-drinking lead
The former 'Big Bang Theory' actress is a first-time producer on the HBO Max comedy-thriller with hairpin tonal shifts.
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The Sunday Read: ‘The Lonely Death of George Bell’
Dying alone can cause a surprising amount of activity. Sometimes, along the way, a life’s secrets are revealed.
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Protesters burn masks at Idaho Capitol rally against rules
At least a hundred people gathered at the front of the Idaho Capitol on Saturday to burn masks in a protest against measures taken to limit infections and deaths caused by the coronavirus pandemic
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Start your week smart: Stimulus, voting access, Covid-19, George Floyd, Somalia
Here's what you need to know to Start Your Week Smart.
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Delay in Senate on relief bill was an attempt at bipartisanship: Sen. Manchin
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., largely steered debate around the coronavirus relief plan.
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Are the Cuomo harassment allegations just political correctness?
I’m tired of the hypocrisy of calls for Governor Cuomo to step down because of allegations that he made a joke about eating a sausage, or tried to kiss someone. If everyone who has ever made an off-color joke were fired, the unemployment line would extend around the globe. No one is accusing him of...
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Older women are having to tackle unemployment bias head-on
Since February 2020, the unemployment rate for females over 55 has almost doubled, from 3.5 percent to 6.1 percent.
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UFC 259 Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay: Second highest payout in program history
Fighters from Saturday's UFC 259 took home UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay totaling $385,000.       Related StoriesUFC 259 bonuses: All four $50,000 winners come from the prelimsPetr Yan on UFC 259 DQ loss to Aljamain Sterling: 'I didn't mean to do an illegal shot'UFC 259 results: Amanda Nunes runs through Megan Anderson, retains featherweight title - Enclosure 
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Biden to sign voter registration executive order as he pushes Senate to pass sweeping HR 1 bill
President Biden is scheduled to sign an executive order designed to increase voter access on Sunday as he pushes the Senate to pass H.R. 1, House Democrats' sweeping voting rights package.
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Britney Spears boyfriend Sam Asghari say he’s ready to have kids, take relationship ‘to the next step’
Sam Asghari says he is ready to have children with his famous girlfriend Britney Spears.
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The global economy won't recover if we don't get vaccines to developing countries, too
The world is facing a slow rollout of vaccines even as new virus mutations are spreading—and the prospects for recovery are diverging dangerously across countries and regions. Indeed, the global economy is at a fork in the road. The question is: will policymakers take action to prevent this Great Divergence?
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This at-home sauna for easy detoxing is the self-care you deserve in 2021
Infrared saunas are an increasingly popular health and self-care option, and now you can try the innovative method at home. While in the past, saunas have been the exclusive domain of gyms, hotels, and specialty businesses, the technology of infrared saunas is now being democratized and anyone can use one in their own home. Even...
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It's been a year since markets crashed. Is another reckoning around the corner?
It's been nearly a year since the coronavirus pandemic ended the S&P 500's longest-ever bull run and sent stocks everywhere into a violent nosedive. The turmoil was a fitting start to a year of frenzied activity.
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'Our Friend' cast builds tight bonds — just don't ask about the Super Bowl
Casey Affleck, Jason Segel and Dakota Johnson on real-life story of young mother's cancer: 'It doesn't beat you over the head with the sadness,' Affleck says.
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Become a master photographer with this professional-led training
If you truly want to become a master photographer, then you need to learn from the masters.
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Plaschke: USC's Andy Enfield must ride second magical March shot into success in NCAAs
Tahj Eaddy's game-winner in USC's 64-63 win at UCLA was strikingly similar to Jonah Mathews' shot the year before. Now the Trojans must build off it.
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