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Man arrested for allegedly setting Christmas tree on fire outside Fox News in NYC

A 50-foot-tall Christmas tree was on fire outside the Fox News headquarters in New York City, police have a man in custody.       
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Five big items on GM Joe Schoen’s Giants to-do list
Here are five items that should be at or near the top of Giants general manager Joel Schoen's to-do list:
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Omicron has changed the shape of the pandemic. Will it end it for good?
The world feared the worst when a worrying new coronavirus variant emerged in late November and ripped through South Africa at a pace not seen before in the pandemic.
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Titans’ Derrick Henry back for big AFC playoff game vs. Bengals
Running back Derrick Henry was activated off injured reserve on Friday and he will become a central figure in the AFC Divisional round game in Nashville.
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Gavin Newsom less warm toward Trump on wildfire aid during VP Harris visit
California Gov. Gavin Newsom appeared to change his tone regarding support from the Trump administration on wildfires Friday while welcoming Vice President Kamala Harris for talks about one of the state's most vexing – and costly – problems.
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Alleged NYPD cop killer has lengthy rap sheet, was out on probation
Lashawn McNeil was on probation for a 2003 felony narcotics conviction in New York City, NYPD Chief of detectives James Essig said at a press conference.
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Texas synagogue hostage-taker’s life ‘fell apart’ after divorce, his brother says
Texas hostage-taker Malik Faisal Akram had been a successful British businessman -- until his life fell apart at the end of his 12-year marriage, according to his brother.
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49ers’ Arik Armstead talks ‘coolest coach,’ stopping Packers and Robert Saleh
The NFL divisional round kicks off Saturday, with Green Bay hosting the 49ers in the nightcap. Post columnist Steve Serby connected with San Francisco defensive end Arik Armstead for some Q&A
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Watch Adele fans sing her songs in Las Vegas following canceled concerts
Fans disappointed in the singer's canceled shows flocked to the venue at Caesars Palace to buy merchandise and sing her songs.       
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Death follows pursuit in Charles County, Md.
A fatal crash followed a pursuit in Charles County, Md.
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NYPD cop killed in Harlem ambush ID'd as Officer Jason Rivera, 22
A New York City police officer who was killed in the line of duty during a domestic disturbance call Friday night has been identified.
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Brushfire grows to more than 100 acres in Big Sur amid high winds
The fire was reported around 7 p.m. in the Palo Colorado Canyon area, authorities said.
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‘Save our city’: NYC Mayor Eric Adams makes desperate plea after cop shooting
Mayor Eric Adams implored New Yorkers to help "save our city" after yet another shooting in the Big Apple that left one NYPD officer dead and another clinging to life.
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Immanuel Quickley, Alec Burks’ struggles coming at damaging time for Knicks
In the past week, a stretch that has included three straight Knicks losses, Alec Burks and Immanuel Quickley have gone missing.
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Has the Nasdaq Finally Caught Up With Reality?
The beginning of earnings season is confirmation that investors really do need to be worried about rising cost pressures.
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What to watch this weekend: ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ on PBS
Saturday, January 22, 2022 & Sunday, January 23, 2022 | "Billions" returns to Showtime
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Covid-19 hospitalizations are dropping in the Northeast. In other parts of the country, they're rising
During what has been another devastating surge of Covid-19 across the country, there is good news: Some states are starting to see infection numbers and hospitalizations drop. But that's not the case everywhere.
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Dryden Hunt’s return to Rangers’ lineup makes Julien Gauthier a healthy scratch
Dryden Hunt took the revolving right-wing spot on the Artemi Panarin-Ryan Strome connection, which had belonged to Filip Chytil the previous three games.
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Bills’ Brandon Beane: New Giants GM Joe Schoen will ‘never let you down’
Brandin Beane and Joe Schoen made it so right in Buffalo that the Bills are still alive in the playoffs this season and Schoen has departed for bigger things.
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Graham, after meeting with Trump, says Russo-American relations won't be the same post-Biden
Sen. Lindsey Graham told Fox News that earlier Friday he met with former President Donald Trump and that the two had a frank discussion about the state of the country.
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Bulls coach Billy Donovan: Grayson Allen's flagrant foul 'could've ended' Alex Caruso's career
Chicago Bulls coach Billy Donovan was not pleased by a flagrant foul committed by the Milwaukee Bucks' Grayson Allen against guard Alex Caruso.       
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1 officer dead, 1 gravely hurt in Harlem shooting
A New York Police Department officer was killed and another critically wounded Friday night while responding to a call from a woman about her son, who "suddenly, without warning" shot at them from the back room of a Harlem apartment, police said. (Jan. 22)      
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Roosevelt wins basketball rivalry game against Garfield
Two former Garfield players play for Roosevelt, adding another twist in the sports rivalry. Roosevelt won Friday's Eastern League battle 62-34.
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Rangers look a tier below NHL’s elite in humbling loss to Hurricanes
The Rangers’ conduct Friday night in their final game of the season’s first half was unbecoming a team that had spent the opening three months of the season gaining a foothold as an upper echelon team. 
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Greg Gutfeld: People die in crime wave as liberal city leaders obsess over statues
People are dying, in part because leaders felt a piece of stone was more harmful than a guy with a knife, Gutfeld said.
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Bill Maher torches Sotomayor for botching COVID facts: 'That's really ignorant for a Supreme Court justice'
The "Real Time" host returned from vacation and blasted Democrats for not following the "science" of the pandemic.
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Memphis coach Penny Hardaway apologizes for postgame outburst: 'I let my emotions get the best of me'
Memphis coach Penny Hardaway took to Instagram on Friday night to apologize for his rant following the Tigers' loss Thursday night.       
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Kim Kardashian stuns in bright blue two-piece swimsuit
Kim Kardashian put her curves on display in a two-piece blue swimsuit.
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How Americans think Joe Biden has done on their most important priorities after one year
President Joe Biden entered office promising to end the Covid-19 pandemic, boost a lagging economy, get Americans back to work, restore US credibility abroad and heal a divided nation.
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Carolyn Hax: Does mocking a child constitute emotional abuse?
A parent often mocks and yells at their young children, and a witnessing family member worries this is abuse that's harming the kids.
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Miss Manners: Is it okay to just acknowledge a dog and not its owner?
Reader wants to know if it's fine to say hi to a dog without addressing the pet's owner.
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Ask Amy: ‘Favorite grandson’ is annoyed his grandma keeps asking him over for dinner
Reader is getting annoyed that his recently widowed grandmother wants him around all the time. Is he wrong to feel that way?
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LFA 122 results: Charles Johnson retains title in all-time, all-action classic against Carlos Mota
After one of the best LFA fights of all time, Charles Johnson told Dana White (in the third-person) to "sign that motherf*cker right now."       Related StoriesLFA 122 results: Charles Johnson retains title in all-time, all-action classic against Carlos Mota - EnclosureUFC targeting Macy Chiasson vs. Norma Dumont for May 7UFC 270 preview with Anthony Smith: Is Ngannou vs. Gane the biggest heavyweight fight ever? 
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Pennsylvania crash prompts search for at least 3 escaped monkeys
A truck carrying about 100 monkeys was involved in a crash Friday in Pennsylvania, state police said as authorities searched for at least three of the monkeys that appeared to have escaped.
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More Stars Turn to Surrogacy as Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas Announce Birth of Daughter
"We are overjoyed to confirm that we have welcomed a baby via surrogate," Jonas and Chopra wrote in a message posted to Instagram on Friday.
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Maher: Biden Should Be in 'a More Ceremonial Role' - After 'Not Horrible' First Year, 'America Has Lost Its Faith' in Him
On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher argued Democrats should move President Joe Biden “into a more ceremonial role.” Because while his first year was “Not horrible, certainly better than the alternative,” “for some reason, America has
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Marines killed in North Carolina on Wednesday are ID'd
The two U.S. Marines who were killed Wednesday afternoon in a military vehicle crash near Camp Lejeune in North Carolina have been identified.
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Hipster Megachurch in Shambles Over Pastor’s Alleged Affair
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyWhen volunteers at Venue Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee, arrived at their pastor’s house last November, they were hoping to raise his spirits with a surprise visit. Instead they got a shock: Pastor Tavner Smith alone with a female church employee—her in a towel, him in his boxers.The charismatic 41-year-old hurried to explain that the two of them had been making chili and hot dogs and gotten food on their clothes, according to one volunteer who was present. But, as the volunteer put it, “I don’t think none of us was that dumb.”“If she dropped chili on her clothes, why are you in your boxers?” she recalled thinking. “Was y’all like, throwing chili at each other?”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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This Caribbean Island Is Great for Underwater Adventure
Nico MarinThey say the Caribbean islands offer something for every type of sun baby, but for the outdoor adventure lovers, the 21-mile-long island of Aruba tops the chart. Being an avid scuba diver, I’ve experienced the intricate depths of the Tulum caverns in the Mexican Caribbean to the heart racing blue holes of the Bahamas. However, it wasn’t until I descended into the depths of Aruba’s clear waters that I realized something new and exciting was about to happen.The YS-11 and Convair 240 are two airplane wrecks that were sunk for recreational purposes a short boat ride away from Aruba’s Renaissance Island. After being mildy interrogated by family and friends over the course of the pandemic for taking flights, it was refreshing to be absorbed into an underwater world where there were no COVID risks, no judgements, only the exploration of these mask-free planes.Starting with the Convair 240, an airplane that was said to have been confiscated during a drug-bust in the late 1980s, it was later sunk by the government to form an artificial reef. A hurricane in the ‘90s struck the fuselage into two big pieces, but the amazing part of the dive is that the split allows you to penetrate the plane and explore the interior of the fuselage. My underwater photographer buddy captured a few pictures of me waving from the cockpit.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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1 NYPD officer killed, another "fighting for his life" after shooting in Harlem
"I am struggling to find the words to express the tragedy we're enduring," New York City Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said Friday.
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Mother Says She 'Can Not Afford To Work' Due To Rising Child Care Costs in Viral Post
"This is why middle class and lower Americans are not having kids, we simply cannot afford them," one commenter wrote.
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When Jimi Hendrix Got Kidnapped, and Didn’t Even Know It
David Redfern/GettyThere are many things in life that are uncertain: Are we in the last wave of the pandemic, or will the variants lap the alphabet? Will all of your hard work pay off with a big promotion or are you busting your butt in vain? Does he love me or does he love me not?But one life condition that one would think holds no uncertainty whatsoever is whether or not you have been the victim of a kidnapping. It’s an unfortunate, often tragic situation that most of us thankfully have no experience with. But even without having endured a kidnapping, it seems like a pretty simple concept: someone takes you from somewhere against your will and refuses to allow you to exercise your freedom of movement.It’s hard to imagine you wouldn’t know it was happening. That is, unless you were Jimi Hendrix.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Truckers Required to Show Proof of Vaccination to Enter the Country
The Biden administration will not allow foreign truckers from Mexico or Canada to enter the country unless they provide proof of vaccination against the coronavirus.
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NYPD officials give update on Harlem shooting that killed 1 officer
New York City officials spoke Friday after a 22-year-old officer was killed in a shooting while on duty. Watch the press conference here.
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The ‘And Just Like That’ Women and ‘The Golden Girls’ Are the Same Age. Everyone’s Freaking Out.
Craig Blankenhorn/HBO MaxThis is a preview of our pop culture newsletter The Daily Beast’s Obsessed, written by senior entertainment reporter Kevin Fallon. To receive the full newsletter in your inbox each week, sign up for it here.This week:It has come to the attention of the internet—few things in this world are more harrowing—that the characters in And Just Like That…, HBO Max’s sequel series to Sex and the City, are the same age as the women in The Golden Girls were when that comedy first launched.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Teachers Unions Need to Adapt, Just Like the Rest of Us
Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily BeastWhen President Joe Biden in March 2021 gave his first primetime address, he astutely pointed to the one thing that has united almost all Americans during the Covid-19 pandemic: a shared sense of sacrifice."We all lost something—a collective suffering, a collective sacrifice, a year filled with the loss of life and the loss of living for all of us," Biden told the nation.Parents of school-aged children, like myself, are among those who have incurred a terrible cost throughout the pandemic, and continue to do so.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Internet Drags Waitress Fired For Telling Customer's Husband His Eyes 'Ignite' Her
"She was making moves on your husband right in front of you so I can see why you did what you did," one commenter wrote.
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Wizards can’t make the plays they need, fall at home to Raptors
Washington was clicking early but faltered late and falls back to .500.
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Calls for US to Stop Arming Saudis Following Deadly Airstrikes Against Yemen
"America is complicit in ... this horrific war that Biden and his senior officials once promised to end," one national security reporter wrote. "I hope they see these children when they sleep at night."
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