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Barrick Gold to sell assets, reduce head-office management: WSJ

Barrick Gold Corp will sell a research and development company it owns and reduce its technology staff, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
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Milwaukee police investigating 'critical incident'
Milwaukee police said they are investigating a "critical incident" in the area near the 4000 block of W. State Street and are asking the public to stay away from the area.
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Is the Coronavirus a Pandemic?
It depends who you ask.
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Coronavirus spreads faster outside China, stoking global fears
The number of new coronavirus infections inside China - the source of the outbreak - was for the first time overtaken by fresh cases elsewhere on Wednesday, with Italy and Iran emerging as new epicenters of the rapidly spreading illness.
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Dunkin' Donuts' latest release is quite simply a bag of bacon
Fast food chains are rushing to launch meatless and plant-based options. Not Dunkin' Donuts.
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iPhone video captures shooter after first shot
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Face mask prices surge as coronavirus fears grow
Amazon is cracking down on mask sellers after prices for some products soared into the triple digits.
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A 10-year-old boy was accidentally shot by his babysitter while she was taking selfies with a gun, police say
Thinking the weapon was unloaded, the girl started posing and taking pictures with it, police said. That's when the gun went off, hitting the boy in the stomach.
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If the Taliban regain power, I could lose everything
Wazhma Frogh writes that as the US nears a deal with the Taliban, she grows increasingly uneasy that Afghanistan will come to resemble the early 1990s, when civil war and extremist forces came to dominate her country's politics and people.
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Republicans look to squeeze Dems with vote on Bernie's Cuba comments
House GOP leaders hope to put vulnerable Democrats in a tough spot.
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Bloomberg campaign surrogate on his debate performance
A CBS News poll found only 25% of Democratic debate viewers were impressed with Mike Bloomberg's performance, the second-lowest out of any candidate. Karen Weaver, the former mayor of Flint, Michigan, is a surrogate for Bloomberg's campaign and she joined CBSN to discuss is performance.
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Gov't announces arrests of members of neo-Nazi group
The arrests come as the bureau has put a spotlight on neo-Nazi groups.
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Looking back at Fergie and Diana’s fraught relationship
With the news that Harry and Meghan will attend Princess Beatrice nuptials we look back at his mother Diana's fraught relationship with the mother-of-the-bride Sarah Ferguson.
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Michigan governor creates office for mobility initiatives
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Girls sentenced to 'juvenile life' for carjacking
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Man arrested after $100k worth of games stolen
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Head of Omaha PTO facing embezzlement charges
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Historic landmark at UA damaged in accident
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Rideshare companies offer services for children
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Incident at Milwaukee Coors complex
Milwaukee police are investigating a "critical incident" near the Molson Coors complex. Follow here for the latest.
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New York’s plastic bag ban starts this week — here’s what you need to know
Here’s why it’s happening — and what shoppers should expect.
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Will Joe Burrow be the top pick in the NFL draft despite hand size?
USA TODAY Sports' Jarrett Bell break down the latest from the NFL draft combine.        
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The Denver Zoo welcomes its first-ever baby rhino after a 'heroic effort' from zoo staff -- and mom
Zoo staff confirmed Tensing the rhino was pregnant in December 2018 after four years and 11 attempts. Rhinos are typically pregnant for 15 to 16 months.
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New York needs more surgical masks amid coronavirus outbreak
New York needs more face masks to beat back a potential coronavirus outbreak, city and state officials said Wednesday. “Already our public health officials have distributed 1.5 million masks in the city of New York. That is a very good start but we need more. We have requests out for an additional minimum of 300,000...
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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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Why Tuesday is shaping up to be a good day for Bernie Sanders
A look at where the contests stand.
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Small plane makes emergency landing on field
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Police chief facing termination over Facebook post
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PD: Shoes worth thousands stolen from shop
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In photos: Bob Iger's career at Disney
Bob Iger, the man who may be the second-most important person in the history of Disney, is stepping down as CEO.
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UPDATE 3-Trump campaign says it is suing New York Times over Russia opinion piece
President Donald Trump's re-election campaign said on Wednesday it was filing a libel suit accusing the New York Times of intentionally publishing a false opinion article that suggested Russia and the campaign had an overarching deal in the 2016 U.S. election.
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Snoop Dogg tells the women of ‘Red Table Talk’ his apology to Gayle King was ‘authentic’ and ‘sincere’
“I like being an example of wrong to right, because my whole career’s based off of being wrong to right,” the rapper said.
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Warren calls on Trump admin to explain why infected Americans allowed to return to U.S.
“The process by which this decision was reportedly made is troubling,” she writes.
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Bloomberg targets Trump’s ‘reckless CDC cuts’ in new coronavirus attack ad
The 30-second spot — the latest aired by the former mayor, who has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars of his own money on campaign ads — will run nationally on cable, broadcast and digital platforms.
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Jon Bon Jovi: Cover of 'socially conscious' album '2020' was inspired by John F. Kennedy
According to Jon Bon Jovi, President John F. Kennedy inspired the design for the cover of the upcoming Bon Jovi album "2020."        
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Sisters-of-the-Groom Have No Official Role in Wedding Etiquette. I’m Obsessed With Finding One.
Everyone seems to think we should be “given a job.” But what?
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Disabled vet donating wheelchairs to Harley-Davidson locations
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Two teens killed in triple shooting
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Clammers and environmentalists are at odds
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Students impacted by coronavirus crisis in Italy
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Robot makes open-heart surgery less invasive
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Memphis named a top city for jobs this year
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Deadly mass shooting reported at Molson Coors facility in Milwaukee
Police in Milwaukee said on Wednesday that officers were on the scene of a "critical incident" at the Molson Coors headquarters, which local news media described as a shooting with multiple casualties.
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ABC News suspends veteran correspondent over comments captured in undercover Project Veritas video
ABC News said it suspended veteran correspondent David Wright because his comments hurt the network's "reputation for fairness and impartiality."        
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Gunman, Six Innocents Dead After Shooting near MillerCoors HQ
A gunman and six innocents are dead following a shooting near MillerCoors headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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Former White House doctor Ronny Jackson says he helped improve President Trump's diet
Former White House doctor Ronny Jackson says he couldn't get the president to exercise much, but did slightly improve the president's diet.        
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Mardi Gras Indians sing to woman battling brain cancer
"I can't walk with them this year so this was the biggest treat, the biggest treat," New Orleans resident Wendy Good said.
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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra music director Marin Alsop to step down next year
Announcement comes at pivotal moment for one of Maryland’s most significant cultural organizations, which is beset by financial problems.
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Bologna sandwiches and insomnia: Inside Harvey Weinstein’s life as a convict
"He's not sleeping," said a source.
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