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'She truly was a force of nature': Arlene Dahl, actress in 'One Life to Live,' dies at 96

Arlene Dahl, whose charm and striking red hair shone in many 1950s movies, has died at age 96. Her son, Lorenzo Lamas, called her a "force of nature."       
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Tongan Olympic Flag Bearer Pita Taufatofua Nears Fundraising Goal to Rebuild After Tsunami
Taufatofua said he has still has not been able to contact his father, the governor of Ha'apai.
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Josh Allen Is Breaking Football and Football Analysis
What the Bills QB is doing is unprecedented.
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Federal employees will start earning $15 hourly minimum wage by end of January
The Biden administration will start paying federal civilian employees a $15 hourly minimum wage by the end of the month, the Office of Personnel Management announced Friday, raising the pay for thousands of workers across the federal government.
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NYPD arrests woman after she allegedly spit on an 8-year-old Jewish boy
The New York City Police Department has arrested a woman accused of spitting on an 8-year-old Jewish boy outside a Brooklyn synagogue last week, authorities said.
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Father Dies of Cancer Weeks After Diagnosis, Leaving Behind Pregnant Wife
Phil Hawthorne, 36, from Glasgow, Scotland, was diagnosed with bowel cancer after experiencing several months of back pain.
Top U.S. diplomat meets with Russian foreign minister amid heightened tensions
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken held talks with his Russian counterpart in Geneva on Friday in an effort to prevent a Russian military invasion of Ukraine. The discussions didn't end with any resolutions, but Blinken said he felt the meeting was productive. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports on the latest from Kyiv, Ukraine, and CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini joined CBSN from Geneva to discuss the diplomatic talks.
Nine college basketball coaches finding success in new homes
Arizona's Tommy Lloyd leads a group of coaches at new schools who have their teams in the hunt for a bid on Selection Sunday.
Mom sues Instagram, Snapchat companies after 11-year-old’s suicide
Tammy Rodriguez of Enfield, Connecticut filed a lawsuit against the parent companies of both tech platforms in San Francisco federal court.
Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro Go Head-to-Head Over Ivanka Trump’s Insurrection Role on ‘The View’
Should the Jan. 6 committee look into Ivanka, or do they need not investigate?
Jen Psaki Offers Advice for Americans Frustrated Over Voting Bill on ‘the View’: “Have a Margarita”
Democrats' attempt to change filibuster rules in order to pass a voting bill failed earlier this week.
Photo Shows Elk Calf Stuck in Ditch Before Being Rescued by Oregon Police Officer
An OSP trooper won praise on Facebook after he managed to wrangle the elk out of the ditch.
Hunger in America could get worse as supply chains tighten
For food pantries and food banks, supply the problem becomes even more consequential — they rely heavily on subsidized bulk food purchases and food donations from stores and other providers to build adequate supply to meet community needs.
Police Find 125 Snakes Inside Dead Man's Home Including 14-Foot Burmese Python
Although neighbors were unaware that the man had any snakes living in the home, officials said there was little risk of the snakes escaping.
Dangerous ice glazing Carolinas as snow targets southeast Virginia
Up to a half inch of ice accretion is possible, turning roadways into skating rinks
Grisham says Trump held secret meetings prior to January 6
Former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham tells CNN's New Day that former President Donald Trump held off-the-books meetings at the White House residence in the days leading up to the January 6th Capitol attack.
Woman Charged With Hate Crime After Telling Kids 'Hitler Should Have Killed' Them: Police
A spokesperson for the NYPD told Newsweek that the woman also spat on one of the children during the incident.
Dave Chappelle hits Paris for run of shows with Black Star
Sources said Chappelle performed a run of sold-out gigs at the Apollo Théâtre with Yasiin Bey and Talib Kweli, before taking over a larger venue.
Adele frustrates fans with sudden Vegas residency postponement: 'Thanks for the notice'
Adele fans are reeling after the singer's sudden announcement Thursday that her Las Vegas residency, set to begin Friday, would be postponed.
Proposal to allow 18 y/o students to carry guns in Wisconsin
Aurora PD's 2nd Covid-related death in days
Dad writes songs for daughter with heart defect
Woman witnesses massive water main break
Car found belonging to 2017 missing woman
Domestic violence case against Dwayne Haskins’ wife Kalabrya dismissed
Gondrezick, a medical aesthetician and certified cosmetic specialist, allegedly attacked Haskins in their hotel room, causing "substantial" injuries to the NFL player, according to court documents.
Democrats Lost Virginia By Ignoring Parents. Snow Days Show They Still Are
Schools may be a local issue, but how they are run—especially during the pandemic—can stoke the outrage politics that define many state and national races. Democrats, to their grief, learned as much in November when Republican Glenn Youngkin thumped a former Democratic governor by harping on the disastrous performance of the state’s schools when COVID-19…
CDC Data Reveals How Effective COVID Boosters Are Against Hospitalizations
The data was collected between June to December 2021, before the highly contagious Omicron variant was dominant in the United States.
Bills’ Brian Daboll is early favorite in Giants head coach search
With Joe Schoen the new Giants GM, Bills coordinator Brian Daboll has become the early favorite to be the next head coach.
All the NFL divisional playoff essentials you need: Four intriguing matchups highlight weekend of football
In Bengals-Titans, 49ers-Packers, Rams-Buccaneers and Bills-Chiefs, the divisional playoff round features some great matchups.
FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro to step down after 53 years with department
The move comes weeks after reports that Terryl Brown, 60, was set to take over the top spot in the Fire Department under the new administration.
Ex-lawmaker battling cancer uses legislation he helped pass to end life
Willem Jewett, a former Vermont lawmaker, died using a law that he helped pass that allows the terminally ill to end their own lives, his family said.
Parolee charged with hurling anti-Asian slur, shoving man on Manhattan subway
A parolee is being charged for hurling a racial slur at an Asian man on the Manhattan Subway before shoving him, according to the New York Post.
Intel to build $20 billion chip factory in Ohio: ‘Largest on the planet’
Intel said it will spend at least $20 billion to build two computer chip factories in Ohio that it expects will become “the largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet.” Plans for the two plants, which are expected to employ 3,000 people and occupy a 1,000-acre site, come as US tech firms scramble to slash...
'Love and Hugs, Meat': Edward Norton remembers Meat Loaf, his 'Fight Club' co-star
Cher, Edward Norton, former President Trump and George Takei are among the many paying tribute to musician Meat Loaf, who died Thursday
Pita Taufatofua: Olympic flagbearer's father home safe after 'big adventure'
Tongan Pita Taufatofua says his father is safely hoome after the Olympic athlete was unable to make contact him following the "devastating" tsunami that hit the nation on Saturday.
‘A Christmas Story’ sequel in the works with original ‘Ralphie’ Peter Billingsley
Legendary and Warner Bros. have closed in a deal for Peter Billingsley, the former child star from the 1983 movie.
Amy Schneider's 'Jeopardy!' Win Streak Closes in on Matt Amodio's Record
The engineering manager now stands just one win away from equalling Matt Amodio's 38 victories—joining him in second place on the all-time "Jeopardy!" ranking.
Biden accepts Japanese Prime Minister's invitation to visit later this year
President Joe Biden on Friday accepted an invitation to visit Japan in the late spring during his virtual meeting with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, according to a senior administration official.
The Supreme Court's secretive nature takes center stage
The Supreme Court's response to recent controversy over the justices' masking practices reveals its studied lack of transparency and that, regardless of tensions among the nine, they will close ranks, particularly against the press.
Texas synagogue hostage-taker died from multiple gunshot wounds, coroner says
Texas synagogue hostage-taker Malik Faisal Akram died from multiple gunshot wounds, according to records released Friday by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office.
US considers evacuating diplomats’ families out of Ukraine: report
The US is weighing evacuating the family members of American diplomats out of Ukraine as tensions continue to grow between Washington and Moscow.
Watch Live: 49th Annual March for Life
The 49th annual March for Life rally and march on the grounds of the National Mall begins at 12:00 p.m. Eastern on Friday, January 21.
Two-Thirds of Canadians Favour Mandatory Vax, Quarter Support Jailing Unvaxed
A quarter of Canadians support putting unvaccinated people in jail, and two-thirds say they would support mandatory vaccinations.
Florida man charged after 4 found dead near Canada-U.S. border
The bodies of four people, including a baby and a teenager, were found in Canada near the U.S. border in what authorities believe was a failed crossing attempt during a freezing blizzard. A Florida man has been charged with human smuggling.
Demi Lovato holds ‘funeral’ for their pop music, going punk rock
The singer's new sound comes after what appears to be a totally new look, including an Instagram wipe, a buzzcut and a spider tattoo.
Tributes Pour in For Louie Anderson
The Emmy Award-winning Anderson, who also hosted the game show Family Feud from 1999-2002, passed away at the age of 68 following a battle with cancer.
Pandemic stock winners are in trouble
Netflix and Peloton shares plummeted after both companies disappointed investors. CNN's Anna Stewart reports.