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Antonio Brown turns himself in for allegedly attacking delivery driver
Antonio Brown turned himself in to Florida authorities Thursday night, one day after a warrant was issued for his arrest, a report said. The embattled wide receiver is facing charges of battery and burglary from a Tuesday night incident where he and his trainer allegedly got into a fight with a delivery truck driver outside...
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Store closings pile up: With 1,200 closures already announced, retailers face another grim year
Any hope retailers would extinguish the fires consuming them in 2020 is fading fast, with closures by Macy's, J.C. Penney, Express, Pier 1 and others.
National Peanut Butter Day 2020: Peanut Butter Deals at Walmart, Target and More
We look at the history of the classic legume spread and where to get the best peanut butter discounts and offers.
Adam Schiff piles pressure on Republicans under fire
Senators are soon going to start seeing Adam Schiff in their sleep. The lead House impeachment manager is pressuring the handful of GOP jurors who are considering a vote to call witness and delay the acquittal that President Donald Trump craves from his impeachment trial.
Takeaways from Day 3 of Trump's impeachment trial
President Donald Trump has said, repeatedly, that people should "read the transcript" of his fateful July 25 call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
MSNBC Host Argues With GOP Rep. Mark Meadows Over Whether Trump Seeking Biden Probe Was 'Proper': 'Not a Hypothetical'
GOP Rep. Mark Meadows argued with MSNBC host Ari Melber about whether President Donald Trump allegedly attempting to pressure Ukraine into launching an investigation of former Vice President Joe Biden would be "proper" or "hypothetical."
JSerra standout Ian Martinez's lofty expectations fueling his NBA hoop dreams
San Juan Capistrano JSerra guard Ian Martinez hopes to one day become the first player from Costa Rica to play in the NBA.
Psychologist Who Helped Create Interrogation Methods Says CIA May Have Gone Too Far
James Mitchell testified at a trial at Guantanamo that a man accused of helping finance the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks was subjected to "excessive" abuse.
FBI says monitoring of Trump campaign adviser Carter Page should've ended sooner
The FBI obtained a warrant in 2016 to eavesdrop on the former Trump national security aide on suspicions that he was secretly a Russian agent.
News Analysis: NCAA president Mark Emmert tries to rally administrators as athletes' pay becomes issue
NCAA president Mark Emmert discusses demands for college athletes to be able to receive compensation for contributions that help bring in millions of dollars to schools.
Wang Qiang bounces Serena Williams out of Australian Open
In their only previous meeting, Serena Williams beat Wang Qiang 6-1, 6-0 in 44 minutes at last year's U.S. Open quarterfinals.
Serena Williams shockingly eliminated from Australian Open
MELBOURNE, Australia — Serena Williams’ bid to win a 24th Grand Slam title has been falling short with losses in finals. At this Australian Open, she didn’t make it nearly that far. Serving only so-so, failing to convert all but one of her break chances and missing groundstrokes with alarming regularity, Williams stunningly exited in...
Pence's office denies Prince Charles 'snub' after video posted online
The press secretary for Vice President Mike Pence hit back at reports Thursday that he might have been “snubbed” by Prince Charles while at the World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem.
White House feeling confident as Democrats "failing" to make case for Trump's impeachment
CBS News White House producer Fin Gomez joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" with analysis as the Senate concludes day three of its impeachment trial against President Trump. He spoke to members of the Trump administration who say Democrats are "failing to make the case" to impeach the president.
Senators worry that asking for new impeachment trial witnesses could create lengthy executive privilege debate
Sen. Ted Cruz said calling for any additional witnesses or documents would "substantially prolong" the Senate impeachment trial.
US firefighters killed while battling Australia wildfires ID’d as veterans
The three US firefighters killed in a plane crash while battling blazes in Australia were identified as two C-130 pilots and a flight engineer who worked for a private firefighting company, authorities said. The firefighters — Ian MacBeth of Montana, Paul Hudson of Arizona, and Rick DeMorgan of Florida — all died when the C-130...
Senators running for president work to engage voters as impeachment trial continues
Four senators running for president are working to engage voters despite taking time off of the campaign trail for the impeachment trial. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns; CBS News political contributor and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez; and CBSN political contributor and Democratic strategist Joel Payne join CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss.
California homes evacuated after ‘hundreds’ of military explosives found in residence where 70-year-old man died
Surrounding homes in a Northern California neighborhood were evacuated Thursday after emergency responders found hundreds of military explosives inside the residence of a 70-year-old man who died of apparently natural causes.
Serena Williams upset by Wang Qiang in third round of Australian Open
Serena Williams was upset by Wang Qiang in the third round of the Australian Open. Serena had been vying for her record-tying 24th Grand Slam win.
DraftKings user sues MLB over Astros sign-stealing scandal
A DraftKings player filed a class action lawsuit against the MLB and two of its teams on Thursday — accusing them of creating an unfair gambling platform by turning a blind eye to the recently uncovered sign-stealing scandal. Fantasy baseball contests from 2017 — when the Houston Astros first used electronic equipment to steal signs...
Stan Van Gundy is studying brother Jeff for his TV transition
Stan Van Gundy is entering the next phase of his career. The former Magic and Pistons coach is transitioning from the studio to the booth, where he will be the game analyst for TNT’s new Tuesday night package alongside play-by-play man Ian Eagle. The chance to call games was “one of the biggest reasons” why...
#YangSurge Trends After Latest Emerson Poll Ranks Andrew Yang 4th Nationally Among 2020 Candidates
After an Emerson poll was released Thursday which put entrepreneur Andrew Yang in fourth place among Democratic presidential candidates, the hashtag #YangSurge became a trending topic on Twitter.
Dean: If Trump gets reelected, we'll have an unchecked president
Former Nixon White House counsel and Watergate whistleblower John Dean discusses the possible future implications of President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial.
Three-alarm fire breaks out at popular city-owned building in Chinatown
A 3-alarm fire broke out in Chinatown Thursday night, tearing through a city-owned building that houses multiple non-profit organizations and a senior center, officials said. The blaze erupted about 8:45 p.m., engulfing the top two floors of the five-story building on Mulberry Street near Bayard Street, according to the FDNY. Two firefighters and one civilian...
House Dems says Trump lawyer “contradicts” DOJ in McGahn lawsuit
The Democrats’ counsel flagged to the U.S. Court of Appeals comments made during the impeachment trial.
Schiff gets choked up during emotional speech
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) gets choked up during day three of the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump and says Trump could do "a lot" of damage in the time leading up to the 2020 election.
Caroline Wozniacki heads to retirement after Australian Open ouster
MELBOURNE, Australia — Caroline Wozniacki’s farewell tour at the Australian Open is over. The 2018 champion lost her third-round match 7-5, 3-6, 7-5 to Ons Jabeur at Melbourne Arena. Wozniacki said late last year that she would retire from the game after the Australian Open in order to spend more time with her family and...
Eli Manning will be remembered as the ultimate teammate
My initial reaction: They could have done without him. Stick with Kerry Collins, take left tackle Robert Gallery with the No. 4 pick in the 2004 NFL Draft, do not give up two first-round picks and one third-round pick and move forward as a franchise without Archie’s son and Peyton’s younger brother. They were not...
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Fourth promotional title would be reminder Cris Cyborg still belongs in GOAT conversation
Earning GOAT status is a marathon, not a sprint, and a fourth world title would remind the world Cris Cyborg has been among the greats as long as anyone.        Related StoriesJulia Budd not intimidated by Cris Cyborg, ready for Bellator 238 spotlightCris Cyborg happy to be away from UFC, starting fresh in BellatorVideo: Bellator 238 media day faceoffs from Hollywood 
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Antonio Brown surrenders to police in Florida: report
Antonio Brown, the former NFL wide receiver, surrendered to police in Florida on Thursday in relation to an arrest warrant stemming from allegations that he threw rocks at a moving truck and assaulted the driver, TMZ reported.
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Letter shows White House wouldn't provide documents to agency investigating Ukraine aid
The White House refused to provide documents to a nonpartisan congressional watchdog investigating President Donald Trump's decision to withhold US security aid to Ukraine, according to documents released by Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland on Thursday.
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Impeachment managers dissect abuse of power charge in making case against Trump
• Dems use 1999 video of Lindsey Graham to bolster case against Trump • Berman slams GOP senators' behavior
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Kamala Harris Reportedly Weighing up Endorsing Joe Biden After Former VP Said He'd Consider Her As His Running Mate
One day after Harris dropped out of the 2020 race, a reporter asked Biden whether he'd consider Harris as his running mate. "Of course I would," he responded.
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Man trapped in sewer for two days
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Bricks And Mortar wins horse of the year
Bricks And Mortar is top horses but only one California horse — Storm The Court — wins an Eclipse Award. Last year the region won eight.
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Bill Murray will return as Peter Venkman in 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife'
The haunting questions of whether Bill Murray and Peter Venkman will return to "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" have been answered.        
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Las Vegas is ditching its ‘What happens here’ slogan
Everyone knows that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. But Sin City is reportedly set to update its famous motto with a new spin, seventeen years after the famous tourism campaign launched. Steve Hill, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, has tweeted that the marketing gimmick will be unveiled...
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Laura Ingraham: Adam Schiff is claiming he can read minds during Senate impeachment trial
Laura Ingraham took aim at House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and the Democratic impeachment managers Thursday for their latest presentation during President Trump's Senate impeachment trial.
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China province at center of virus outbreak asks for more money
China's central province of Hubei, which is at the center of a coronavirus outbreak, has sought more financial support from the central government, officials of the provincial capital, Wuhan, said on Friday.
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What's on TV Friday, Jan. 24: 'American Housewife' on ABC
What's on TV Friday, Jan. 24: 'American Housewife' on ABC; 20/20: Christopher Smith; Senate Impeachment Trial of President Donald Trump
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Opinion: Diversity in NFL's Super Bowl LIV officiating crew provides significant marker
At a time when it's really needed, the NFL's officiating crew for Super Bowl LIV between the 49ers and Chiefs will feature a majority of minorities.      
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Nets prove they are no match for LeBron James and Lakers
The Nets saw this five-game stretch as a test to see where they stood against the NBA’s elite. They’re not going to like the answer. The Nets went winless in this grueling stretch against the league’s playoff favorites, the last arguably the toughest. They got beaten 128-113 by LeBron James and the Lakers on Thursday...
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Nearly 100,000 Gallons of Red Wine Spill Into Los Angeles-Area River After Tank at Vineyard Springs a Leak
The Rodney Strong Vineyards reports that no one was hurt during the spill.
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Shares hold ground as China virus fears persist; euro hits seven-week low after ECB
Asian shares held their ground on Friday as trade slowed for the Lunar New Year, despite investors fears that a new coronavirus in China could spread faster as millions of people would be traveling over the week-long holiday.
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The vulgar scam leagues, TV networks are running on right-minded fans
Don’t let them push you from the high road. You’re neither crazy nor alone. Hardly. One day, likely too late, those who run sports, TV and other forms of media will discover that those who know and choose right over wrong should never have been dismissed as unimportant. But until the realization that the decent-minded...
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Dan Gainor: In Trump impeachment coverage, anti-Trump media embrace Democratic hero
The anti-Trump media are sparing no effort to proclaim their love for their hero in the Trump impeachment drama – House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif.
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A Deal to Trade Impeachment Witnesses Won’t Help Remove Trump.
Democrats display their command of the evidence they already have, but there's no good way to get more.
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Mark Levin: Schiff, Nadler, and other 'mobsters' are the ones 'interfering' in a presidential election
Talk show host Mark Levin told "Hannity" Thursday that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., is the government figure who is interfering in a presidential election, not President Trump.
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