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Emmys 2019: Phoebe Waller-Bridge triumphs while Jodie Comer bags award for Killing Eve

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The best Valentine’s Day gifts you can buy on Amazon
Finding the perfect gift for your valentine can be quite the challenge — because nobody wants a Valentine’s Day fail. But a quick look through Amazon will be just what you need to ease those gifting worries. Amazon’s Valentine’s Day Gift Shop is packed with amazing gift ideas for your sweetheart — including  electronics, clothing,...
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Parents demand answers from principal of embattled Queens MS 158
At a Tuesday night PTA meeting, parents had their first opportunity to confront MS 158 principal Henry Schandel and superintendent Danielle Giunta in person since a spate of ugly student incidents at the high-performing school in recent months.
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China's Enormous Alien-Hunting Telescope Is Now Fully Operational
The telescope consists of a single dish, which has a diameter of around 1,640 feet.
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George Conway explains why he is so outspoken on Trump
George Conway said the reason he didn't take a job in the Justice Department's civil division was because of President Donald Trump's continued attacks on the Justice Department, among other "disturbing attacks."
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Get your hands on Everlane’s $58 leggings
Searching for an excuse to introduce another athleisure ensamble to your collection? Sustainable clothing brand Everlane launched the “Perform Legging” from recycled fabric on Wednesday. Whether you’re running a race or an errand, slip into these lightweight leggings for a flattering fit. At $58, Everlane’s high-waisted leggings feature a technical Italian compressing fabric and come...
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Bash presses GOP Senator: Are you really open to witnesses?
Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) says he made a commitment to be an impartial juror in President Trump's impeachment trial. CNN's Dana Bash pressed the Senator on what that looks like.
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'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' Part 3: Who Are the New and Returning Cast Members?
Sabrina Spellman may have tricked the devil earlier in the season, but can she outsmart the wittingly dashing Prince of Hell, Caliban?
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Stassi Schroeder credits herself for getting Jax Taylor on ‘Vanderpump Rules’
"Vanderpump Rules" would have been very different if Stassi Schroeder had never dated Jax Taylor.
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Navy fast-tracks autonomous undersea drones able to find and explode enemy mines
They lurk beneath the surface of the ocean with explosive power, often buried in the sea floor, denying enemies entry into combat-critical waterways.
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15 films that didn't deserve the best picture Oscar – and the ones that should have won instead
Sorry, 'Crash.' Apologies to 'Green Book.' We're fixing some of the biggest mistakes of Oscars' best picture race over the years.        
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Weinstein Trial Begins With Vivid Descriptions of Several Sexual Attacks
A prosecutor offered graphic details, including that Harvey Weinstein showed up uninvited outside Annabella Sciorra’s hotel room in his underwear.
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Fact check: Trump lawyers make at least three false claims
President Donald Trump's legal team made at least three false claims during Senate impeachment proceedings on Tuesday, plus two more claims we'll call misleading.
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Utah bans conversion therapy for LGBTQ children
Utah is now the 19th state to outlaw conversion therapy for minors after a new rule from its governor went into effect late Tuesday.
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The Harvey Weinstein Trial: A Brief Timeline Of How We Got Here
For years, dark rumors swirled around the movie producer. So how did those whispered allegations result in a full-fledged criminal trial? Here's an abridged history.
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One of Auschwitz’s youngest survivors reflects on 75th anniversary of liberation
MUNICH — Only 2 years old and so ill she had to stay on for weeks after liberation, Eva Umlauf was one of the youngest prisoners to be freed from Auschwitz. Although she has no conscious memories stretching so far back, her early childhood in the Nazi death camp was to cast a dark shadow...
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Former Recording Academy CEO Neil Portnow calls rape allegation 'ludicrous and untrue'
Former Recording Academy CEO Neil Portnow is denying accusations made by his successor, Deborah Dugan, specifically that he raped a female recording artist.
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PFL's Daniel Pineda fined, suspended and has wins overturned after drug test failure
Daniel Pineda was granted some leniency by the Nevada commission after admitting fault for his drug test failure in the PFL playoffs.       Related StoriesSean O'Malley reaches settlement with NAC in ostarine case, clearing way for UFC 248 returnUFC, Gina Mazany part ways after back-to-back lossesEdmen Shahbazyan vs. Derek Brunson booked for UFC 248 
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What Harry and Meghan could teach Canada
If Harry and Meghan's presence forces Canadians to have a much-needed debate over the monarchy that they have refused to have, wonderful, writes Andrew Cohen. And if it leads Canada, as a progressive democracy, to free itself of this anachronism, brilliant.
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Why prosecutors calling more Weinstein accusers comes with risks
Rikki Klieman said that prosecutors are looking to try and establish a pattern of predatory activity, "that he always intentionally wanted to harm women."
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Robert Reich: We Impeached Trump For Gross Abuses of Power. What About the Davos Elite? | Opinion
Capitalism's global elite is facing the heat for its own abuses—fueling inequality, fostering corruption and doing squat about climate change, to name a few.
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'Resident Evil 8' Rumors Claim Release Date Delayed Until After More RE Engine Remakes
According to rumors from a verified 'Resident Evil' leaker, 'Resident Evil 8' is still years away from its release date, with other remakes, like the long-rumored 'Dino Crisis,' filling the gap between.
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Presidential hopeful Klobuchar's twin missions
Presidential hopeful and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is facing a balancing act of squaring constitutional requirements to serve as a juror in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump with the demands of her run for the US presidency. (Jan. 22)       
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Airlines wouldn't have to accept emotional support animals under proposed rule
Under a proposed federal rule, airlines would no longer be required to accept emotional support animals, and would exclude animals other than dogs.       
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Luis Rojas will be new Mets manager after Carlos Beltran debacle
The Mets have their new manager. The team is finalizing a contract with Luis Rojas to be the manager, replacing Carlos Beltran, with whom the club mutually parted ways last week in the wake of Beltran’s role in the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal. Rojas, 38, was the Mets’ quality control coach last season. He interviewed for...
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Link between stress and hair turning prematurely gray revealed in animal study
While there's been plenty of anecdotal evidence premature graying can be caused by extreme stress, whether this is true and how this happens isn't widely understood. Now, scientists think they have the answer -- at least in mice.
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Jessica Simpson turned to alcohol during relationship with John Mayer
"My anxiety would spike, and I would pour another drink," she said. "It was the start of me relying on alcohol to mask my nerves."
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Government could let airlines ban emotional support animals
Proposed new rules would define a service animal as a dog and allow airlines to turn away "emotional support" animals.
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Former ASU coach Todd Graham hired by University of Hawaii
After two seasons away from football, former Arizona State coach Todd Graham is back in the game.      
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Trump Says He’s Open to New Witnesses at Impeachment Trial –– But Quickly Backtracks
He later said 'national security' concerns should preclude John Bolton and others from testifying
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Machu Picchu to step up security with drones after feces found at site
Officials at Machu Picchu are turning to drones and multiple security cameras to help flush out pesky tourist behavior — after a group was accused of defecating inside the 600-year-old citadel. Jose Bastante, the head of the archeological park, said the new security measures will include drones, as well as 18 cameras located at three...
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The night the iguanas fell: Cold snap chills Florida and now iguana meat is up for sale
Florida weather has been so cold, iguanas are falling from trees. Now, people are selling their meat.        
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Sean O'Malley reaches settlement with NAC in ostarine case, clearing way for UFC 248 return
Sean O'Malley finally has cleared the way to make his return to UFC competition after two years.       Related StoriesEdmen Shahbazyan vs. Derek Brunson booked for UFC 248Manager explains how Yoel Romero got UFC 248 title shot vs. Israel Adesanya off two lossesUFC, Gina Mazany part ways after back-to-back losses 
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Henry Winkler talks rumored Tom Hanks feud: 'That was just fun'
Despite rumors that he himself helped fuel, Henry Winkler wants to make it clear that there’s no feud between him and Tom Hanks.
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CBP Accused of Acting 'Above the Law' After Forcing Iranian Student With Visa to Board Flight Back Home, Despite Emergency Stay
"We seem doomed to repeat past mistakes," said Cornell University Law School Professor Stephen Yale-Loehr.
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Tesla is now worth $100 billion -- more than nearly every other car maker except Toyota
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Escaped Prisoner Sends Postcard to Prison Directors, 'Greetings From Thailand'
After escaping from Belgium's Turnhout Prison in December, former inmate Oualid Sekkaki taunted the facility's directors by sending them a postcard gloating about his successful getaway.
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Cuba Gooding Jr. groping case trial set for April
Two women who have accused Cuba Gooding Jr. of sexual misconduct will be allowed to testify at his trial on charges that he groped three other women at Manhattan bars in 2018 and 2019.
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New 'Pokémon Go' Festival and Safari Zones Announced for First Half of 2020
In 2019, an estimated $249 million in tourism revenue resulted from live events.
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***Live Updates*** Trump Impeachment Trial: Democrats Begin Opening Arguments
Democrats will have 24 hours over the next three days for their opening arguments in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times eastern.
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Cervical cancer survivor, 41, gives birth to 'miracle twins’: 'I feel incredibly lucky’
A British woman who survived cervical cancer but was told she may never be able to have children has since welcomed a set of “miracle”  twins. 
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Ousted Grammys CEO Deborah Dugan accuses former Recording Academy chief Neil Portnow of raping female artist: reports
Neil Portnow, the former chief of the Recording Academy, has been accused of raping a female artist by Grammys CEO Deborah Dugan, who was placed on an administrative leave last week.
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Opening arguments: Democrats to make case against Trump
House impeachment managers begin making their case for removing President Donald Trump from office on Wednesday following a marathon opening session in the Senate's impeachment trial to approve the rules of the trial.
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Watchdog cited in impeachment push repeatedly flagged violations under past presidents
The Government Accountability Office has accused numerous past presidents and administrations of breaking the law—without impeachment being discussed. 
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George Conway: GOP must be engaging in political calculus
George Conway said he hasn't talked with any GOP senators about President Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate, but that he can "only assume" they are working together on impeachment to the benefit of their own individual situations, and to the disadvantage of the Democratic party.
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Seth Meyers's day drinking with the Jonas Brothers is hilarious and borderline irresponsible
Well, the Jonas Brothers did warn us years ago that they "Live to Party." Seth Meyers learned this the hard way.
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“Half for Me, Half for You” Edition
Also, Jeopardy! and Jia Tolentino.
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Airlines and Airports Across the World Are Working to Limit the Spread of Deadly Coronavirus. Here’s What to Know
At least nine people have died and hundreds more have been infected by the virus
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Dead homeless man found covered in maggots on subway train
Straphangers reported the grisly discovery when the train pulled into Manhattan's 59th St.-Columbus Circle station Tuesday night around 8:40 p.m.
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