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Phil Falcone mansions head to foreclosure auction amid money woes

Former high-flying billionaire hedge-fund manager Phil Falcone appears to be close to losing his townhouse on East 67th Street as well as his Hamptons estate. Newmark’s Dustin Stolly and Jordan Roeschlaub of Newmark have posted an advertisement for an upcoming sale of two entities that own the properties on behalf of the lender, Melody Business...
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Mississippi Mask Mandate Still Applies to These Stores
Workers and customers at some retailers, including Target, CVS and Walgreens, are required to wear face coverings despite the rule change.
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Eye Opener: Capitol Hill on high alert after warning of potential violence
Capitol Hill is on high alert as the FBI and Department of Homeland Security are warning of potential plots to carry out another attack. Also, President Biden had harsh words for states rolling back their COVID-19 restrictions. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
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Oregon moves to ban display of nooses, a racist symbol
The Oregon bill would make intimidation by display of a noose a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in prison and $6,250 fine.
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Great apes at San Diego Zoo receive COVID-19 vaccine
Several orangutans and bonobos have received an experimental COVID-19​ vaccine developed specifically for animals.
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The Cybersecurity 202: FBI renews attack on encryption ahead of another possible attack on the Capitol
They say the technology is making is harder for them to track domestic extremists and other criminals.
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Ferguson activists, Michael Brown's father demand $20M from BLM
The father of Michael Brown and other activists from Ferguson, Missouri, are demanding financial support from Black Lives Matter after the organization revealed it raised over $90 million last year.
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Being bipartisan does not mean looking the other way
A change in tone should not shelter Republicans.
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Cuomo relaxes some NY COVID restrictions with one-shot J&J vaccines set to arrive
Venues can boost limits if attendees present vaccination documents, and the looser limits go into effect at the start of April.
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Carole Middleton addresses daughter Pippa’s second pregnancy
She confirmed Page Six's exclusive report.
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Police Officer Investigated After Video Shows Dog Being Lifted by Collar
Salisbury Police Department (SPD) said the officer had been moved off dog-handling duties while a probe is launched into the incident.
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Syracuse's Jim Boeheim chides reporter's height during postgame press conference
Syracuse men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim apparently didn’t learn from the fallout Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski received from his own incident when he got mixed up with a student reporter earlier this season.
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Andrew Cuomo was riding high during COVID. Now he's facing scandal of his own making.
Here's why nursing home deaths became a scandal in New York and now Cuomo faces calls to resign in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.       
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Iran Warns Europe, Joe Biden Against 'Political Games' As IAEA Showdown Averted
The European JCPOA signatories withdrew a planned IAEA censure of Iran on Thursday, after Tehran threatened a "serious response."
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Veteran leaves home for first time in 2 years after volunteers build wheelchair ramp
Volunteers for a California nonprofit that helps veterans and their families have finished building a wheelchair ramp for a disabled Coast Guard veteran who hadn't left his home in two years.
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Nearly 12 million Americans could lose COVID stimulus checks under Biden’s new cap
Democrats’ proposal to lower the income cap for the third round of stimulus checks could prevent nearly 12 million adults from receiving them, a new analysis shows. President Biden has agreed to limit eligibility for the $1,400 coronavirus relief payments so that people earning more than $80,000 a year would not get one. Individuals making...
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All the Shows and Movies Streaming Now on Paramount+
Paramount+ is the new streaming service, offering around 700 movies and nearly 600 series. Here is everything available to watch on the streamer at launch.
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An officer took a 14-year-old girl to get a rape kit. Then, he groomed her and raped her, lawsuit says.
New Orleans police officer Rodney Vicknair raped a 14-year-old girl after taking her to the emergency room for a rape kit, a lawsuit says.
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Jazz's Donovan Mitchell says officiating 'is getting f--king ridiculous' after ejection, overtime loss
Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell was extremely unhappy with the officiating after his team’s 131-123 overtime loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night.
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Review: Documentary 'Stray' tenderly captures the world of dogs on the streets of Istanbul
Elizabeth Lo's humane documentary "Stray" captures canine life on the streets of Istanbul.
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Woke-O Haram Comes for Dr. Seuss | Opinion
The Wokes want Dr. Seuss canceled.
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Prince Philip Heart Procedure Means Days in Hospital As Interview Looms
The Duke of Edinburgh is resting after surgery, raising the prospect his treatment may last until Harry and Meghan's interview airs on Sunday.
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SpaceX Falcon 9 disappears into clouds with batch of Starlink satellites
A SpaceX Falcon 9 blasted off into low-lying clouds above Kennedy Space Center early Thursday, taking with it the latest batch of Starlink satellites.      
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Sebastian Vettel on whether he ever considered walking away from F1
Four-time Formula 1 champion Sebastian Vettel spoke to CNN about the difficulties he faced last season in F1 and how close he came to walking away from driving. Now with Aston Martin, Vettel is "fired up" for the new season and hoping for success, but says he doesn't need to prove anything to anyone.
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19 Child Actors You Might Not Remember
Some child stars manage to navigate successful Hollywood careers after starting at a young age, such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Drew Barrymore.
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Live updates: Biden to host White House meeting on infrastructure as Senate starts voting on coronavirus bill
The Senate is expected to start voting on the president’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, a process that could stretch into the weekend.
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Live stimulus updates: Senate awaits debate on Biden's COVID bill, Sen. Ron Johnson threatens to slow process
Sen. Ron Johnson has threatened to force the Senate to read the entire nearly 700-page bill out loud.       
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The Viral Singing Starbucks Customer TikTok Video Is Not What You Think
A video of a Starbucks customer singing to an employee has been viewed more than a million times on Twitter.
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Ethics Report Finds Elaine Chao Used Trump Cabinet Post to Promote Family Interests
Chao, the daughter of a shipping magnate with ties to China, oversaw the American shipping industry under Trump.
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Arkansas lawmakers send governor near-total abortion ban
The measure allows for abortions due to life-threatening medical emergencies.
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The surprising story behind this risotto
Stanley Tucci learns the tale behind this classic Milan rice dish. For more, watch "Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy" Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
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Pelicans' Zion Williamson returns to court for more shots following loss, missed free throws
Not long after his New Orleans Pelicans fell to the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday, Zion Williamson was back on the court working on his shot.      
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Tiger Woods told responding deputies after crash he 'did not remember driving': report
Tiger Woods reportedly told Los Angeles sheriff’s deputies after his crash that he could not remember driving and wasn’t sure how the crash happened.
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A teenager's death inflames the crisis in Myanmar — and inspires fellow protesters
Kyal Sin wore a T-shirt that said 'Everything will be OK' when she was shot by Myanmar security forces on the deadliest day since the military coup.
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Trump election fraud investigation in Georgia enters new phase with grand jury set to be seated
A criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump's attempts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia is set to intensify this week, as a grand jury convenes, offering the local district attorney her first shot at seeking subpoenas for records and interviews.
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Trump election fraud investigation enters new phase with grand jury set to be seated
A criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump's attempts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia is set to intensify this week, as a grand jury convenes, offering the local district attorney her first shot at seeking subpoenas for records and interviews.
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Is America a Christian nation? Pastors at odds about faith and politics
The debate over what role religion should play in public life has never been more contentious.
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How to Change from CBS All Access to Paramount+
CBS All Access is getting a major rebranding and becoming Paramount+. Here's how you can change from one service to the other and access all the new content.
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CBSN Originals | The Right's Fight to Make America a Christian Nation
Freedom of religion is enshrined in the U.S. Constitution. But the role that religious beliefs should play in public life has never been more contentious. As part of the Speaking Frankly series, this CBSN Originals documentary explores the fusion of faith and politics in a movement that envisions the U.S. as a Christian nation.
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Once omnipresent Kushner now MIA from Trump's political pack
As Donald Trump plotted his Conservative Political Action Conference appearance last week, and a broader, more-robust plan to return to politics as an omnipresent disruptor, one person was conspicuously absent from the confab.
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Once omnipresent Kushner now MIA from Trump's political pack
As Donald Trump plotted his Conservative Political Action Conference appearance last week, and a broader, more-robust plan to return to politics as an omnipresent disruptor, one person was conspicuously absent from the confab.
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Ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow II sentenced 14 years for rape
A judge called the 37-year-old father of two a "sexual predator" and "brazen" criminal.
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Yankees manager taking leave of absence after receiving pacemaker
The team's general manager said Aaron Boone could return "as early as 48-72 hours."
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When Justice Stephen Breyer rules (on retirement), the White House might know first
A Democratic president has not filled a Supreme Court vacancy in more than a decade, so liberals are anticipating the possible retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer, who has served for a quarter century and understands the advantage of the new Democratic-led Senate.
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When Justice Stephen Breyer rules (on retirement), the White House might know first
A Democratic president has not filled a Supreme Court vacancy in more than a decade, so liberals are anticipating the possible retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer, who has served for a quarter century and understands the advantage of the new Democratic-led Senate.
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ONE Championship full fight video: Watch 16-year-old Victoria Lee back up hype in pro debut
The hype around Victoria Lee appeared to be justified this past Friday.       Related StoriesUFC 259 pre-event facts: Israel Adesanya's champ-champ attempt comes with a twistIf victorious at UFC 259, Askar Askarov wants winner of Deiveson Figueiredo vs. Brandon Moreno 2Jon Jones mocks Israel Adesanya for talk of shifting UFC superfight timeline to December 
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David Bossie: COVID coverage – here's what media ignores about Noem, DeSantis while touting Cuomo, Newsom
Let’s consider the coverage of four governors: Kristi Noem of South Carolina and Ron DeSantis of Florida and, by comparison, Democrats Andrew Cuomo of New York and Gavin Newsom of California. 
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National forecast: Spring-like, warm temperatures are here, while parts of US see fire danger
A fairly quiet weather pattern is in store for most of the country as we end the work week.   
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Shalanda Young testifies before Senate as top Democrats pressure Biden to pick her for OMB director
Shalanda Young will testify Thursday morning before the Senate Homeland Security committee, as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other top Democrats publicly pressure the Biden administration to pick her to lead the Office of Management and Budget.
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