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Colombiana Sabina Mazo arrebata triunfo en velada de McGregor vs. Cerrone
La joven colombiana Sabina Mazo (8-1) venció por decisión dividida a la estadounidense JJ Aldrich (8-4) el sábado por la tarde en Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Carranza slams ‘grandstanding’ at meeting, further infuriating Queens parents
Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, already under fire for walking out on 500 people protesting unsafe schools at a Queens education council meeting, is now being blasted for saying the concerned parents were “grandstanding.” “I feel that he is not a human — that he has no feelings,” Katty Sterling, who was confronting the educrat at...
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Homeless deaths spike amid all-time high in population under Mayor de Blasio
More homeless New Yorkers died last year than in any other in the past decade -- despite promises by Mayor Bill de Blasio to make their lives better.
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Pac-12 basketball: Payton Pritchard's late three lifts No. 8 Oregon over Washington
Payton Pritchard's three-pointer late in overtime was the game winner for the Ducks, who rallied from a 16-point second-half deficit and won 64-61.
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‘We Made a Mistake.’ National Archives Issues Apology for Altering 2017 Women’s March Photo
The picture was altered to blur out multiple protest signs that criticized Trump
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LSU returns home to celebrate national championship: 'A great cap to a great season'
The national championship-winning LSU football team was honored with a parade on campus Saturday and celebration in the Maravich Assembly Center.       
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Ridiculous reform forces NYPD to ask feds to catch serial NYC bank robber
Left high and dry by the state’s new bail reform law, the NYPD was forced to ask the feds to help them reign in the Big Apple’s six-time serial bank bandit for good, sources told The Post Saturday. When prime suspect Gerod Woodberry was arrested in connection to four bank robberies Jan. 9, and then...
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Rod Rosenstein says he made call to release Peter Strzok-Lisa Page texts
Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein approved the release of top FBI official Peter Strzok's text messages with then-FBI attorney Lisa Page to protect the FBI and because Congress deserved to see them, he wrote in a court filing late Friday night.
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'Kiwi Queen' Frieda Caplan, produce-industry pioneer, dies at 96
Frieda Caplan, the first woman to own and run a produce company in the U.S. and is credited for introducing hundreds of exotic fruits and veggies to American markets, is dead. She was 96.
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Odell Beckham Jr. no longer facing arrest in LSU locker room incident
NFL star Odell Beckham Jr., a former Louisiana State University football player, is no longer facing an arrest warrant in New Orleans after a locker room incident following the Tigers' win this week in the College Football Playoff National Championship.
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UFC 246 live updates: McGregor vs. Cerrone
UFC 246 live updates: McGregor vs. Cerrone
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Laura Zapata: "No cualquiera puede ser la mala, no es fácil"
La actriz y cantante mexicana Laura Zapata afirmó este viernes en una rueda de prensa en Palma de Mallorca (España) que le encantan el teatro y los personajes dramáticos y en la que aseveró: "Si me han dado el personaje de mala es por mi presencia y fuerza escénicas; no cualquiera puede ser la mala".
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“Moms 4 Housing” group hopes to bring attention to California’s growing homeless rate
On Saturday, a group of mothers went to the extreme to spotlight the homeless crisis in California. An estimated 151 thousand people are homeless in the Golden State. Carter Evans reports.
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Christmas Island man designs ‘car shoes’ to avoid squashing crabs during migration
An enterprising lodge owner on Christmas Island has invented “shoes” for cars to protect red crabs in their annual migration on the island in the Indian Ocean. Every year, millions of red crabs cross from the island’s forests to the beach to breed over several roads — putting them in harm’s way. Chris Bray, the...
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Transcripts reveal how college admissions scandal worked at USC, UCLA
Rick Singer's pitch was simple: For a fee he could help get children of affluent parents spots on USC and UCLA athletic teams, even if they didn't play the sport. In fact, most didn't.
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Facebook removes pages reported to have coordinated posts defending Robert Hyde
Facebook removed a network of pages Friday night that were reported to be sending coordinated posts defending Connecticut congressional candidate Robert Hyde, who this week was implicated in the Ukraine scandal.
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Highlights: Key quotes from the U.S. House impeachment memo
Here are highlights from the 111-page House Impeachment Brief filed Saturday afternoon.
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Robinson Cano could have influence on Mets manager search
Brodie Van Wagenen isn’t bashful about soliciting opinions from players in decisions affecting the Mets’ clubhouse, and among those voices, one might carry the most weight. Robinson Cano is officially the team’s second baseman, but, according to people familiar with the dynamic, he’s also on some level a consultant to the general manager whose views...
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A British grocery chain poked fun at Beyoncé's new Ivy Park x Adidas line, which looks a lot like its uniforms
Beyoncé's Ivy Park x Adidas line dropped this week, creating an online frenzy as fans raced to stock up on the goodies. But Queen Bey's new line are the same colors of British supermarket chain, Sainsbury's. Which means the outfits from Beyoncé's line look kind of like Sainsbury's uniforms.
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Amtrak conductor tried to force NAACP exec to give up her seat
An insensitive Amtrak conductor tried to boot Sherrilyn Ifill, the director-counsel of the NAACP’s Legal Defense Fund, from her seat on a Baltimore-bound train she boarding in Washington, D.C., Friday evening — the start of the Martin Luther King Day holiday weekend — despite having no discernible reason. Thankfully, Ifill tweeted the whole story. Amtrak...
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Trump administration to change Obama-era school lunch policy
The Trump administration is proposing sweeping new changes to an Obama-era school lunch policy. The changes would loosen rules concerning fruits and vegetables, which could lead to more pizzas and burgers on the menu. Natalie Brand reports.
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'Simply a lie,' Biden accuses Sanders campaign of releasing 'doctored' video
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden accused rival Bernie Sanders's campaign on Saturday of disseminating a "doctored" video edited to falsely appear to show the former vice president supporting cutting Social Security, and called on the Sanders campaign to disown it.
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U.S. federal agencies on high alert as new cases of Coronavirus spread in China
China is confirming new cases of the deadly Coronavirus. With the virus now spreading across Southeast Asia, federal agencies in the U.S. are on high alert at airports nationwide. Danya Bacchus reports.
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Escucha el cántico de la afición del Wolves después que Raúl Jiménez rompió el récord de goles del club
El exgoleador del América, Raúl Jiménez, sigue causando estragos en la Liga Premier de Inglaterra y hoy llegó a 23 tantos en el campeonato doméstico con su equipo los Wolves de Wolverhampton, pasando a Steven Fletcher, que poseía el récord con 22 goles.
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Vladimir Putin Says an Unlimited Presidential Term in Russia Would Be ‘Very Disturbing’
The comment comes days after he proposed constitutional changes that could help him remain in power
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President Trump's legal team on tight deadline to respond to impeachment summons
The historic Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump is set to begin in less than 72 hours. The president's new legal team and congressional impeachment managers both faced critical deadlines on Saturday. Nikole Killion reports.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to surrender their royal titles
Queen Elizabeth formally addressed weeks of controversy surrounding Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle. The young couple wil receive no public funds for royal duties and have been stripped of their HRH titles. CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab reports.
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Snow storm causing major travel delays - but how long will the storm last?
A monster storm is crippling air travel across the country. More than ten thousand flights have been delayed or canceled. CBS News meteorologist Jeff Berardelli reports.
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Queen Elizabeth II 'particularly proud' of how Meghan so quickly became one of the family
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John Calipari ejection sparks Kentucky to win at Arkansas
Kentucky overcame a third consecutive second-half collapse to rally for a win at Arkansas after coach John Calipari was ejected.       
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Man arrested for abusing Jewish couple in Midtown hate crime
A man was arrested for yelling and cursing at a Jewish couple in Manhattan —the latest in a troubling surge of anti-Semitic hate crimes.
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Authorities move L.A. attorney Michael Avenatti to New York ahead of trial
Federal authorities moved Los Angeles attorney Michael Avenatti to New York on Friday ahead of a trial later this month on charges that he tried to extort more than $20 million from sports giant Nike, his attorney said.
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Minnesota hit with snow storm causing dangerous driving conditions , a third of the country facing weather alerts
More than a third of the country is feeling the impact of a powerful and deadly winter storm. Heavy snow blanketed Minnesota, making for dangerous driving conditions across parts of the state. More than 75 million Americans are under weather alerts. Tom Hanson reports.
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How Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren will benefit from Trump’s impeachment
The impeachment of President Donald Trump could be a boon for the presidential candidates serving in the Senate, one expert believes. The jury of 100 senators which will decide the president’s fate will include Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar. “They are going to get a lot of the limelight just being part of...
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Former Florida mayor jailed for stealing $650k from United Way
Florida man strikes again. The former mayor of Milton, Fla., was sentenced last week to 51 months in prison and ordered to pay back $650,000 he stole from the United Way. Guy Thompson, who served as Milton’s mayor from 1994 to 2014, stole the funds while he was the executive director of the United Way...
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"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, January 18, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on "CBS Weekend News with Omar Villafranca."
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Hundreds of Migrants Bound North Approach Guatemala-Mexico Border
Guatemalan officials counted over 3,000 migrants who registered at the border in recent days
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Why Hong Kong protesters aren't cheering this police officer's arrest
Hong Kong authorities say the riot officer was trying to post pro-democracy signs near a rail station. Some protesters see hope in divided police ranks.
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‘Speedo Mick’ traipses across Britain half naked for charity
Michael Cullen is traversing the 1,000 miles to raise money for Leave the Light On.
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Queen Elizabeth II 'particularly proud' of how Meghan so quickly became one of the family
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What a difference a week makes: Big Apple weather goes from balmy to brrr!
What a difference a week makes! After basking in balmy 68-degree temps a week ago, New Yorkers were smacked with the sobering reality of plummeting temps and snow. The flakes started falling shortly before 1 p.m. It was just a week ago that the thermometer in Central Park smashed a 25-year-old record of 63 degrees...
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Cupp: Republicans adamant about keeping new info buried
CNN's SE Cupp discusses Republican senators' strategy on the impeachment of President Trump.
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Kevin Durant’s eye-opening progress comes with somber Nets reminder
Kenny Atkinson reiterated the Nets’ stance that Kevin Durant isn’t expected back this season. But the superstar forward is progressing in his rehab and had a strong workout in Barclays Center hours before the Nets hosted NBA-leading Milwaukee on Saturday night. Durant was on court for about 25 minutes with a Nets trainer about five...
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LIFE Magazine photographer Bill Ray’s most iconic pictures — and raunchy Steve McQueen confession
Ray, who died earlier this month at his home on the Upper West Side, shot some of the most iconic celebrity images of the 20th century.
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Trump legal team blasts impeachment as ‘lawless,’ ‘constitutionally invalid’
President Trump's legal team denounced the articles of impeachment leveled against him, in an aggressive seven-page response Saturday evening.
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READ: Trump legal team attacks impeachment as 'brazen and unlawful' attempt to overturn 2016 election outcome
Donald Trump's legal team filed its formal response Saturday evening to the Senate summons of the President. The response argued both substantively, against the charges in the articles, and procedurally, against the House's impeachment inquiry.
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Clippers clamp down on defense in fourth quarter to beat Pelicans
Kawhi Leonard haa another 30-point game and the Clippers pick up their defense in the fourth quarter in a 133-130 win over New Orleans on Saturday .
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UFC 246: Conor McGregor’s return is massive payday that keeps giving
LAS VEGAS — If Conor McGregor is a man of his word, then the UFC and its partnership with ESPN should do big business in 2020. Arguably, the sport’s most popular fighter, McGregor says he plans to fight three times this year after fighting just twice for the UFC since November 2016. He will end...
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