DUP says it wants Brexit deal, but Northern Ireland must be 'master' of rules

The Northern Ireland party whose 10 members of parliament back Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government said on Wednesday it wants to help secure an orderly Brexit but that the region must remain "master" of the rules governing its economy.
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Diaper thief threatened worker with syringe in Bronx robbery
Cops are hunting for a masked man who stole four bags of diapers from a Bronx Rite Aid — and threatened a worker with a syringe when he got caught, police said. The man, who’s approximately 22 years old and has a tattoo above his right eye, was inside the Grand Concourse store on Jan....
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Rapper T.I.’s son King filmed fighting during bathroom brawl
An edited 8-second clip shows the aspiring rapper trading punches with another boy.
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UFC 246: ‘More centered’ Conor McGregor set for intense return bout
LAS VEGAS — “Just For the Fight of It.” That should be the moniker that describes UFC 246 Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena, where Conor McGregor will make his return from a 15-month layoff against fan-favorite Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone. The much-anticipated welterweight bout, which will be streamed on ESPN Plus PPV, has been free of...
Trump gets a Ukraine probe, just not the one he asked for
Ukraine's criminal probe into alleged surveillance against former US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch by people linked to Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani, provides a stark counterpoint to Trump's own attempt to coerce Ukraine's president to announce an investigation of his political rival--and what it reveals could deepen the controversy over Trump's actions beyond his impeachment trial, writes Asha Rangappa.
U.S. forces harmed by missiles get treatment
Despite assurances from President Trump that no one was harmed when Iran launched missiles at American forces in Iraq, some service members are being treated for injuries sustained in the attack. Holly Williams reports.
New impeachment documents show more texts about possible surveillance of former US ambassador to Ukraine
House Democrats on Friday released new documents from indicted Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas ahead of the Senate trial that includes new information about the apparent surveillance of former US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.
Royal Caribbean: Video shows grandfather knew window was open
For the first time, Royal Caribbean Cruise lines is telling its side of the story. They are releasing video of a toddler’s deadly fall last year aboard one its ships. David Begnaud reports.
This Baltimore courthouse is set to be renamed for the late Rep. Elijah Cummings
Just a few months after the passing of Rep. Elijah Cummings, Baltimore is honoring the former lawyer and lawmaker in a fitting way: renaming a courthouse.
Fantasy football: Play 49ers’ Raheem Mostert over Tevin Coleman
Tevin Coleman took the fantasy world by surprise in the divisional round. The 49ers running back 22 carries were more than he had in any game all season. His 105 rushing yards matched his season high. It was just his second multi-touchdown game of the season. Why was this such a surprise? It was the...
Greg Gutfeld: How impeachment is making Trump a better president
Greg Gutfeld said Friday on "The Five" that the impeachment of President Trump may actually be making him a better president.
South Dakota legislators facing backlash over bill criminalizing underage gender treatments
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and others piled onto the South Dakota legislature as it considered a bill that would make it a felony to provide things like puberty blockers to underage residents.
Suspect wanted in string of bodega robberies in Brooklyn
Cops are on the hunt for a man accused of at least three gunpoint-robberies at Brooklyn bodegas, the NYPD said. The suspect, who’s between 20 and 30 years old, first struck at a deli on Coney Island Avenue on Nov. 16 at about 7:30 p.m., cops said in a news release Thursday. In the hold...
Defense Department To Overhaul Screening For Foreign Military Trainees
Officials said they want to "ensure the program continues." To that end, the department has reviewed "how we can use our resources to do enhanced vetting."
Trump's impeachment defense team announced
President Trump’s impeachment trial is likely to begin next Wednesday. The president will choose high-profile and controversial lawyers to defend him. Ben Tracy reports.
Fox Nation Host Predicts 'Civil War' And 'Major Uprising' If Democrats Continue To Pass Gun Laws
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren railed against Democratic attempts to pass gun laws in Virginia Thursday, claiming their efforts could lead to "civil war."
Woman arrested for throwing bleach in Manhattan straphanger’s face
The deranged woman who allegedly threw bleach on a woman in an unprovoked attack in a Manhattan subway station this week was arrested Friday, the NYPD said. Lakeesha Tyler, 46, was hit with an assault charge for the attack, police said. Tyler is accused of randomly throwing bleach in the 37-year-old woman’s face while she...
FBI cracks down on white supremacist groups ahead of pro-gun rally
The FBI crackdown continues on white supremacist groups ahead of a pro-gun rally in Virginia. Three more suspected members of a nationwide neo-Nazi group were arrested in Georgia. Jeff Pegues reports.
No, Mr. President, It Does Really Matter
Trump has no clear rationale for killing Iran’s top general, or for much of his foreign policy.
Michael Moore calls for Warren and Sanders to share delegates, unite under one ticket
Filmmaker Michael Moore wants Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to put aside their differences and join the same ticket in order to beat President Trump in November.
'Make Iran Great Again!': Trump hits back after Khamenei's jibe
The remarks come in apparent response to Khamenei's sermon earlier Friday, where he lambasted the United States for the recent killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
Dying man surprised by special graduation for his son
His son Blake will still have to finish out his final year of high school. But the milestone has now been marked, and the memory sealed.
Man Convicted of Killing Couple in Car Crash Gets Into Traffic Accident on Way to Sentencing
Sirvonte De Romeo Rice was a passenger in the vehicle. There is no word on the extent of his injuries.
U.S. will screen passengers from China for new illness
There is growing concern about a rare, flu-like virus that has caused at least two deaths and has spread from China to other countries in Asia. Errol Barnett reports.
Trump fires back after Iranian leader condemns him on Twitter: 'Make Iran Great Again!'
President Trump sent a scathing indictment of Iran's leadership on Friday when he told Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei to stop killing his people and to make his country "great again."
Mega Millions Drawing For 01/17/20: Friday Jackpot is $103 Million
The Mega Millions jackpot for 01/17/20 is $103 million, with a cash option of $69.5 million. The drawing will be held at 11 p.m. ET on Friday.
Millions are under winter weather alerts
At least 125 million people are under winter weather alerts as a powerful winter storm hits the U.S. WCBS Lonnie Quinn is tracking the storm.
3 more men linked to white supremacist group arrested in Georgia
Three more men linked to a white supremacist group were charged with plotting to murder a married Georgia couple who were part of the Antifa movement, authorities said Friday, a day after three other group members were arrested on federal charges in other states.
Fashion brand under fire for cultural appropriation with cornrow wigs
People are wigging out over these wigs. On Friday, Japanese fashion brand Commes des Garçons held a Fall 2020 menswear presentation in Paris — but it wasn’t the looks that rankled people on Twitter. The show featured models in oversized lace-front wigs designed to resemble cornrows, which were primarily worn by white models. Social media...
Avalanche kills skier as winter storm targets the Midwest and Northeast
An avalanche killed one skier and left another severely injured near Lake Tahoe in California. The storm is on the move, causing whiteouts and spinouts on icy highways throughout the Midwest. Adriana Diaz reports.
Trump adds celebrity lawyers — and their baggage — to impeachment defense team
With his impeachment trial now convened, Trump has picked an aggressive team of outside lawyers, including Alan Dershowitz, whose career was tarred by his ties to a pedophile, and Kenneth Starr, whose investigation led to the 1998 impeachment of President Clinton.
Kin of slain NYPD officers rip ‘early’ parole hearings for cop-killers
The families of two slain NYPD officers went before the state parole board Friday to decry what they called early hearings for the cops’ killers. Relatives of 34-year-old Officer Anthony Abruzzo, who was gunned down while off-duty in 1981, and family members of Officer Harry Ryman, 43, who was shot and killed while off-duty in...
Rebel Wilson flaunts amazing weight loss transformation after declaring 2020 her 'year of health'
Rebel Wilson has been working hard on her fitness.
Robert Hyde Claims Adam Schiff 'Likes to... Spy on Americans': 'You're a Scumbag… and the World Knows It!'
Connecticut Republican Robert Hyde also alleged that Lev Parnas planned to have Rudy Giuliani kidnapped in Ukraine in order to blackmail the president.
CNN calls Oscar contender 'Joker' 'controversial' due to 'potentially' inciting violence
CNN has labeled the Oscar-nominated blockbuster "Joker" as "controversial" over past concerns that it could "potentially" incite violence despite the film no longer having a strong presence in theaters.
Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among actors to present at 2020 SAG Awards
Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown and Taika Waititi will be up for Screen Actors Guild Awards and also handing them out at Sunday’s ceremony.
Times Taps White Nationalist Organization for Thought-Provoking Perspective on Immigration
In 1997, one of the group's founders complained that immigrants were ruining the United States by "defecating and creating garbage." Makes you think!
Minnesota voters cast first ballots of 2020 election
While the nation has its eyes turned to Iowa, voters in Minnesota have already cast the first ballots.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, January 17, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
3 more alleged members of white supremacist group The Base are arrested in Georgia
Three Georgia men allegedly involved in a white supremacist group known as The Base have been arrested, the Floyd County Police Department announced Friday, one day after three other alleged group members were arrested in other parts of the country.
Americans are binge drinking themselves to death, studies warn
Alcohol is even deadlier than illicit drugs, including opioids.
Best Buy probes "misconduct" allegation against CEO
Probe reportedly sparked by anonymous letter alleging chief exec Corie Barry had an improper romantic relationship.
Eminem went too far
Holly Thomas writes that Eminem's surprise album, "Music to Be Murdered By," though showcasing the rapper's formidable talents, is also a return to his "in the bad guy's head" schtick, which is neither fresh nor subversive.
The characters we’re rooting for on Netflix’s ‘Cheer’
They’ve got spirit, yes they do! The cast of Netflix’s hit new docuseries “Cheer” has won the hearts of Netflix bingers whose only exposure to the world of competitive cheerleading until last week had been the 2000 cult classic “Bring It On.” Now, audiences are holding their breath before a full-out tumbling performance, and celebrating...
Democrats tout fundraising advantage in congressional elections
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee outraised its GOP counterparts by $40 million in 2019.
Teachers exposed to jet fuel dump plan lawsuit
Southern California teachers plan to file a lawsuit after a commercial airliner with engine trouble dumped jet fuel over a densely populated area, including several schools. (Jan. 17)
Why the Iowa caucuses could be a disaster
No one knows who is going to win the Iowa caucuses in 17 days' time.
Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman enjoying Astros’ cheating drama
Let the trolling begin. Aroldis Chapman became the first current Yankee to poke fun at the Astros’ cheating scandal on Friday. The closer posted a popular GIF on Twitter of Michael Jackson eating popcorn while seated in a movie theater from the “Thriller” music video. It was accompanied by a headline that read: “Me watching...
Political fundraiser gets 3-year prison sentence for fraud
Kelley Rogers, former president of the consulting firm Strategic Campaign Group, pleaded guilty last year to wire fraud in one of the first cases of its kind.