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'They brought batons inside the mosque': Victims recount Delhi's worst sectarian violence in decades
Abdul Samar was praying at a mosque in the northeast of India's capital on Tuesday evening when protesters stormed in brandishing weapons, attacking worshipers and setting the building ablaze.
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Joy Behar says Rush Limbaugh needs to 'take a pill and keep quiet' after coronavirus comments
"The View" co-host Joy Behar appeared to mock radio host Rush Limbaugh's historic addiction to pain medication Wednesday, telling him to "take a pill."
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Coronavirus concerns on New York's Long Island see 83 being monitored
Officials said the individuals being monitored weren't necessarily exhibiting symptoms of coronavirus, but had recently traveled to areas with confirmed cases.
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Loudmouth stranger shoves man onto subway tracks after he’s asked to quiet down
A stranger shoved a 64-year-old man onto the Union Square subway tracks Wednesday amid a dispute, NYPD officials said. The victim was standing on the platform at the station on 14th Street when he said something to another man about being too loud, police said. That’s when the man pushed him onto the tracks and...
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CDC warns men about facial hair dangers as coronavirus spreads
Men may need to hack off their muttonchops, void their Van Dykes or pluck their ducktails if they plan on using a respirator, according to information from the CDC about how facial hair can interact with the devices. A graphic released by the agency shows the fashionable facial-hair-wearer which styles will conflict with potentially life-saving...
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Police searching North Carolina pond for missing Tennessee toddler
A search is underway in a North Carolina pond for a 15-month-old toddler who has been missing since December, police confirmed Wednesday  
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Before Lent begins, Paczki Day brings Chicagoans together
CHICAGO — Lidia Kieca bought her paczki last Thursday (Feb. 20), when Paczki Day is celebrated in Poland. Kieca also bought some Monday to send overnight to her adult daughter in Nashville, Tennessee, where she said the traditional Polish pastries are harder to find. And she was back at the bakery on Tuesday, when Paczki...
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House Passes Anti-Lynching Bill After 120 Years of Failure
Since 1900, Congress has repeatedly failed to pass a bill making lynching a federal crime. Now the legislation could be on its way to the Oval Office.
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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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CDC warns on coronavirus in US: Should you start to worry?
Dr. Henry Miller, a former FDA official, tells Fox News how to prepare for a possible coronavirus outbreak.
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Bob Iger's not leaving just yet: His new role at Disney is vital to the company
Bob Iger may no longer be the CEO, but his work at Disney is not over.
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Ex-Acting AG Whitaker backs Ted Cruz over 'absolutely right' critique of Sotomayor
Former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker backed Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Tuesday over the senator's criticism of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
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Seeking Black Voters, Trump Campaign To Open Offices In 15 Black Communities
The Trump campaign is hoping to boost support from African-Americans in November. It will open offices in 15 cities with large black populations.
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Kale Kessy in stable condition after getting KO’d in AHL fight
The American Hockey League had a scary moment Tuesday night, when Hershey Bears winger Kale Kessy was rushed to a local hospital after being knocked out during a fight. Kessy is in stable condition and was released from the hospital Wednesday, the Bears said. In a matchup between the Bears, the AHL affiliate of the...
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Congress Approves Legislation Designating Lynching a Federal Hate Crime After 120 Years of Defeats
The Emmett Till Antilynching Act was approved 410 to 4 in the House and now goes to President Trump
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Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester ruled out for season after cardiac episode, still deciding future
St. Louis Blues' Jay Bouwmeester, who collapsed during Feb. 11 game, says he feels 'pretty normal' and will decide his long-term future later.       
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Brooklyn woman gets 18 years for drowning 2-year-old daughter in bathtub
A Brooklyn woman who drowned her 2-year-old daughter in a bathtub for wetting herself was sentenced on Wednesday to 18 years in prison. Lin Li, 28, was convicted last year of manslaughter for the March 2016 drowning death of Melody Zheng and for assault for holding her 4-year-old son’s head under water. Li shoved Melody...
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DOJ creates office to investigate naturalized citizens who lied on forms
The Justice Department has created a new office that will investigate and revoke the citizenship of foreign-born individuals who lied on their naturalization forms about previous convictions for crimes like terrorism, human rights violations and sex offenses, officials announced Wednesday. The new section will be part of the existing Office of Immigration Litigation and be...
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Angelica Garcia plumbs her East L.A. roots on defiant new album: 'It's more than just the tacos'
On her new album, the L.A.-raised Angelica Garcia, a musical favorite of former President Obama, eschews the Americana of her debut for a Latinx version of M.I.A.'s agitpop.
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The Los Angeles chefs and restaurants nominated for 2020 James Beard Awards
LA chefs and restaurants nominated for 2020 James Beard Awards
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Virginia Senate advances two proposed gun control measures
The Virginia Senate has advanced two pieces of Gov. Ralph Northam’s proposed gun-control measures after previously rejecting them
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Appeals court rules Trump administration can block grants to sanctuary cities
The blow to “sanctuary cities” reversed a previous ruling that kept the federal government from withholding grant money from New York City and seven states — New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Washington, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Virginia.
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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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A #MeToo era take on 'The Invisible Man'
The classic Universal Monster gets a 21st century update with a #MeToo era message and focus on the female lead, played by Elisabeth Moss
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Emmett Till bill making lynching a federal crime passes House
The Emmett Till bill to make lynching a federal hate crime passed the House.
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The Anker SoundCore is at its lowest price ever—and just in time for Spring Break
Dance and save thanks to this big discount on the Anker Soundcore Bluetooth speaker.       
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Everyone's favorite instant egg cooker is finally on sale again
People can't get enough of the Dash Rapid Egg Cooker, and right now you can get this popular kitchen gadget on sale for a great low price.       
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Our favorite packing cubes are on sale for a great low price
Bring order to messy luggage with these super convenient packing cubes, which are on sale for a great discount right now.       
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Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino on living, and touring, sober: 'I feel very powerful'
On the eve of a hometown show, Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino reflects on a whirlwind past decade and songwriting while newly sober.
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A 'miracle' in his pocket: USC's Austin Jackson changed sister's life with bone marrow donation
When Austin Jackson learned he was a perfect match to donate bone marrow to his sister, he had "zero hesitation" about undergoing the procedure.      
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Islamists in Nigeria are destroying Christian communities
ABUJA, Nigeria — It was faith that compelled us to travel to Nigeria last week to see for ourselves the simmering crisis threatening parts of Africa’s wealthiest and most populous country. “Do not stand by idly,” the Book of Leviticus commands, “when the blood of your neighbor is being spilled” (19:16). Well, blood is flowing...
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Martha MacCallum urges viewers to learn about veterans in their families after her own incredible discovery
Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum, who recently made a series of incredible discoveries about her family's past, had a powerful message for viewers, urging them to learn more about the veterans in their families.
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Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra enjoy ‘affectionate’ date night
But the two saved their heat for the Thai food.
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Tool-loving tot oohs and aahs over Lowe’s shopping trip 
Forget Legos and blocks — this toddler is ready for her own hard hat. One-year-old Kai is quite the adorable builder-in-training. Watch as her dad wheels her through a Lowe’s in Clinton, Utah, in this sweet video. The little girl became so excited, she gasped while admiring the tools. The father-daughter shopping adventure ended in...
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Elizabeth Warren’s Deft Approach to Male Bluster, as Seen in a Disastrous Live Chris Matthews Interview
“Why would he lie?”
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Meteor streaks across early morning Arizona sky
Early risers in Arizona were treated to a meteor streaking across the sky Wednesday. The meteor was seen to the north of Phoenix about 5:33 a.m. (Feb. 26)       
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Snoop Dogg: My mother slammed me for Gayle King, Kobe Bryant rant
"And when your momma can make you feel like a little kid, you know you got to get right. I didn’t feel grown. I didn’t feel like Snoop Dogg the rapper, I felt like Snoopy."
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Senate blocks two anti-abortion bills as reproductive rights battle heats up
Senate Democrats blocked two anti-abortion bills that were not expected to pass. CBS News reporter Kate Smith explains why Majority Leader Mitch McConnell forced votes in a likely effort to weaponize the issue ahead of 2020 elections.
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UK could strip Harvey Weinstein of his CBE after rape conviction
Harvey Weinstein isn't just losing his freedom -- he might also lose his royal honor.
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Opinion: Do Bernie Sanders supporters think he'll actually keep any of his promises?
The progressives backing Bernie Sanders argue that the country needs radical change. Perhaps they should consider whether Sanders can deliver it.
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‘Lizzie McGuire’ star Hilary Duff posts cryptic comment after ‘Love, Simon’ is pulled from Disney+
Hilary Duff has many “Lizzie McGuire” fans scratching their heads.
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Supreme Court dismisses DC sniper's case
The Supreme Court dismissed on Wednesday the pending case of Lee Boyd Malvo, who was convicted for his role in the serial sniper shooting spree that rocked Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia 17 years ago.
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Staggering price tag for daughter's rare medical condition
Supprelin costs a staggering $37,300 per year, and is the only one of the two options FDA-approved specifically for children with central precocious puberty.
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This one-day Hunter rain boots sale is making a splash
Spring and its accompanying April showers is on the way, so don't let your favorite shoes and socks get wet. Stay one step ahead of the upcoming rainy season with a pair of iconic Hunter rain boots, on sale for one day at Woot! for under $60.
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Macaulay Culkin cast in Season 10 of "American Horror Story"
Fan favorites Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters are also among the cast members announced Wednesday.
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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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Florida deputy shoots ax-wielding man who busted into her home, sheriff says
An ax-wielding Florida man picked the wrong home to break into Tuesday night when he busted down a sheriff’s deputy’s door and was shot multiple times, authorities said.
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High note: Lockhart marks 25 years as Boston Pops conductor
Keith Lockhart is marking 25 years as the conductor of the acclaimed Boston Pops orchestra
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