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Trump Contradicts CDC Warning of 'Inevitable' Coronavirus Spread in U.S., Says He Doesn't 'Think It's Inevitable'
"Well, I don't think it's inevitable," President Donald Trump said about a widespread coronavirus outbreak to reporters at a Wednesday news conference. "Whatever happens," Trump continued, "we're totally prepared."
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DOJ Arrests Alleged White Supremacists for Intimidating Activists and Journalists: "This Is Not How America Works"
Four alleged white supremacists were arrested Wednesday for sending hate propaganda to journalists and activists in four different states.
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Aaron Rodgers, Richard Sherman Team Up For 'No' Votes on NFL's Proposed 17th Game
Rodgers said he was voting on behalf of teammates from his locker room who feel an extra game on the NFL schedule could pose health risks.
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Ex-NY Governor Claims Giuliani Privately Asked Him to Cancel 2001 Mayoral Election So He Could Remain in Office Post-9/11
"Governor, you have the power to change the city charter to allow for me, as mayor in this time of crisis, to have an extended term," Rudy Giuliani said, according to George Pataki.
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Everything You Need to Know to Watch 'Altered Carbon' Season 2 on Netflix
Takashi Kovacs continues his hunt for Quellcrist Falconer on the new season of the Netflix original series.
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Mike Pence's 'Pray On It' Plan To Combat Indiana HIV Outbreak Resurfaces After Trump Taps VP to Lead Coronavirus Response
Vice President Mike Pence's slow response to the 2015 outbreak of HIV in Indiana while he was that state's governor resurfaced after President Donald Trump named him the head of the U.S. Coronavirus task force, a choice Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders called, "Disgusting."
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GOP Leader McCarthy Says Trump's Coronavirus Funding Request Is 'a Little Low' as New Cases Detected in U.S.
Republican Congressman Kevin McCarthy said "now is not the time to play politics" while characterizing President Donald Trump's coronavirus response funding request as "a little low" Wednesday as the total number of cases in the U.S. rose to 60.
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Trump Taps Pence to Lead Coronavirus Response, Says Infection Spread Seems to Have 'Gotten Smaller' in China
President Donald Trump told reporters Wednesday that Vice President Mike Pence would be heading up the U.S. response to the outbreak of coronavirus in the country. Trump also said the spread of the infection in China had "gone down quite a bit."
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Powerball Drawing For 02/26/20: Wednesday Jackpot is $70 Million
The Powerball jackpot for 02/26/20 is $70 million, with a cash option of $50.7 million. The drawing will be held at 11 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
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'Married at First Sight's Jessica Says She Wants Austin's Love 'Sooner Than Later' on Episode 9 Sneak Peek
Austin admitted it took him a year to say "I love you" in his last relationship.
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Trump Campaign Sues NYT Over Russia Scandal Opinion Story, Says Paper Intended to Hurt the Campaign
The New York Times was sued by the re-election campaign of President Donald Trump Tuesday, who allege that a March 2019 opinion piece contained false claims intended to harm the campaign.
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Russia's Military Rolls Out New 'Cruise Missile Killer' Weapons System
Russia's aerospace forces commissioned the new S-350 Vityaz surface-to-air missile system, testing its ability "to detect and destroy a mock air enemy."
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Barack Obama Asks TV Stations Not to Air Misleading Pro-Trump Ad That Uses His Audio to Appear to Criticize Biden
A new anti-Biden ad from the Committee to Protect the President Super PAC uses audio from Obama's book, 'Dreams From My Father' edited to sound as if it's about the former vice president.
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Here Are Some of the Guests Attending Trump's Black History Event at the White House
The annual reception, which is themed around African Americans' right to vote, is scheduled to take place on February 27.
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Voter Approval of Trump's Handling of Coronavirus Outbreak Dips as President Accused of Downplaying Virus
The net approval figure of the president's handling of the coronavirus outbreak has dropped by 11 points over the past two weeks.
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North Korea Moves to Defend Against Coronavirus After Disease Spreads Among U.S., South Korean Troops
From endorsing wearing masks to public health announcements and to recommending eating kimchi, North Korea is pushing out an anti-epidemic campaign to prevent the coronavirus from infiltrating its borders.
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Shooting at Milwaukee Molson Coors Headquarters: Live Updates and What We Know
Seven people are reported dead Wednesday as the result of a mass shooting at the Molson Coors headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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Bernie Sanders' Candidacy for President 'Built on a False Premise,' Says Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel
The former Chicago mayor criticized Sanders' campaign strategy for focusing primarily on his base instead of the center left.
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Four Federal Lawmakers Vote Against Bill to Outlaw Lynching, Cite 'Government Overreach'
"A crime is a crime, and all victims deserve equal justice," GOP Rep. Thomas Massie said. "Adding enhanced penalties for 'hate' tends to endanger other liberties such as freedom of speech."
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No, You Won't Get Coronavirus From Chinese Takeout And 10 Other Facts You Need To Know
News that COVID-19 is expected to spread in the United States raised concerns, but the risk to the public remains low.
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Steven Spielberg Won't Direct 'Indiana Jones 5,' But James Mangold Might
The 'Ford v Ferrari' filmmaker is reportedly in talks to pick up where 2008's 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' left off.
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'Contagion' Actress Gwyneth Paltrow Posts Photo With Coronavirus Mask, Says 'I've Already Been In This Movie'
On Wednesday, Gwyneth Paltrow posted a photo to Instagram suggesting that she was taking all precautions against the coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, as she traveled to Paris wearing a face mask.
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Charlie Kirk: Why Bernie Sanders Can Win | Opinion
For decades, we have neglected the duty to teach our children about the exceptionalism of America. This is the predictable result.
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WWE Super Showdown 2020: Start Time and How to Watch Online
There are 10 matches on the entire card.
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South Carolina Mayor and Bloomberg Surrogate Says Sanders', Biden's Votes on Crime Bill 'Ushered in' Mass Incarceration
As a member of Congress in the 1990s, Sanders did vote for the 1994 crime bill, and Joe Biden, then a U.S. senator, helped to author it.
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Weinstein's Verdict Is Far Less Than We Deserved—Yet More Than We Dared Hope For | Opinion
More than 80 women came forward, and we still feared Harvey Weinstein would walk free. That's why we must keep saying #MeToo.
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Funko CEO Talks Soda & Paka Paka Lines at New York Toy Fair 2020
"We want to reinvent it and find a way to put experience with fine collectibles in a fun cool way, fueled by content."
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How The 'Superman: Red Son' Adaptation Transforms The Way We Think About Superman
The animated adaptation of the graphic novel examines the fundamental question of nature versus nurture when examining the character of Superman.
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Original 'Flash Gordon' Comic, Major Influence on 'Star Wars,' Is Hitting the Auction Block
The artwork for artist Alex Raymond's 1930s sci-fi creation will be up for sale at the end of March.
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Which Notable Republicans Aren't Going to CPAC? Who's Missing From the Annual Conservative Conference
There are a few notable absences from the conservative conference's speakers list this year.
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