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F1, doppietta Ferrari a Singapore: vince Vettel, secondo Leclerc

Il tedesco torna sul gradino più alto del podio dopo oltre un anno precedendo il compagno di squadra scattato dalla pole, terzo Verstappen. Quarto e quinto posto per le Mercedes di Hamilton e Bottas


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Delta fined $50,000 for booting off Muslim passengers
U.S. Transportation Department levies penalty for violating anti-bias laws over removals of Muslim-American passengers
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Iran athlete who fled country wants to compete for Germany
Iran's lone female Olympic medalist said she wants to compete for Germany after defecting from her country earlier this month and blasting the "hypocrisy" of Iranian lawmakers. 
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Maybe the White House Meant “Take Her Out” and “Your Head Will Be on a Pike” in an Innocent Way?
Faced with new proof, past and present, of the president issuing mobster-like threats, the Senate majority remains unmoved.
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France confirms first three cases of coronavirus in Europe
France confirmed on Friday its first three cases of the Wuhan coronavirus, with two patients being hospitalised in Paris and the other in the southwestern city of Bordeaux.
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Democrats play video clip of McCain at Senate trial to show US support for Ukraine
It was 2:30 p.m. ET in the Senate chamber Friday when lawmakers turned to look at a screen and listen to a familiar voice no one had heard in quite a while: the voice of the late Sen. John McCain.
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In Harvey Weinstein Trial, Drama Gives Way to Lesson on Myths of Rape
Actors Annabella Sciorra and Rosie Perez were among those taking the stand as prosecutors tried to portray Weinstein as a long-time sexual predator
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¿Por qué está siendo criticada ahora Yalitza Aparicio?
El libro "American Dirt", cuyo argumento cuenta la historia ficticia de una mujer de Acapulco que se ve forzada a huir a los Estados Unidos tras ser perseguida por un cártel de drogas que arrasa con toda su familia, ha venido causando polémica desde su lanzamiento a principios de este año.
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Southern California plastic surgeon extradited two years after fleeing with fake passports to Israel
Using Mexican and Guatemalan passports, David Morrow fled to Israel to avoid prison for fraud, having admitted he performed surgeries that weren't needed or wanted by patients.
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Betsy DeVos compares anti-abortion activism to fight against slavery
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos compared efforts to outlaw abortion to emancipation campaigns before the Civil War during remarks she made at the Museum of the Bible in Washington on Wednesday.
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Donald Trump Says New York and Virginia Passed Laws Allowing Abortion 'Up Until The Moment Of Birth,' But Is It True?
At the March for Life, the president said that New York and Virginia laws permit abortion "all the way up until the moment of birth."
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Eight-time Grammy Award nominee Blake Shelton shows 60 Minutes his childhood home
Growing up in Ada, Oklahoma, Grammy-nominated country music star Blake Shelton often fished and hunted for food.
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Space Force logo tweeted by Trump bears uncanny resemblance to 'Star Trek' insignia
President Donald Trump appeared to unveil the new US Space Force logo on Friday -- which seems to boldly go where one logo has gone before.
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Editorial: Abortion just became the latest front in Trump's war on California
The Trump administration on Friday gave California 30 days to stop requiring health insurance policies to include abortion coverage.
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ABC News plans special on Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Megxit
The one-hour program will air at 10 p.m. Wednesday.
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Will Ferrell jokes his iconic 'Elf' character helps his sons score in soccer
Will Ferrell stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday to share the adorable way his "Elf" reputation gives his kids an advantage in soccer.        
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Lindsey Graham tries to kill witness vote with outside Biden probe
“The best thing to do is end this trial with no witnesses and have Congress do oversight," he says.
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NYPD cop Michael Valva abused son Thomas Valva for years before his death, mom claims
The devastated mother of the innocent 8-year-old whose veteran NYPD cop father allegedly kept the child in an unheated garage overnight, causing him to freeze to death claimed that her children were abused at the hands of their dad for years and was ignored by those with the authority to help. “There are so many...
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Two pedestrians killed by snow plow in Kansas
The two victims were struck by a snow plow near the campus of Kansas State University in Manhattan, authorities said.        
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China's Hubei province confirms 15 more deaths due to coronavirus
China reported 15 more deaths and 180 new cases of coronavirus, according to a statement from the health department of Hubei province, as the outbreak escalates.
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Lady Gaga and Barbra Streisand behind the scenes, decades apart
Lady Gaga and Barbra Streisand are both nominated for Grammys this year, but that’s not the only thing they have in common. When 60 Minutes interviewed Gaga in 2011, she did something that few interviewees, except Barbra Streisand, had done before.
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Impeachment, March for Life, Serena Williams: Your Friday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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In 2009, Dolly Parton talked to 60 Minutes about being underestimated
Dolly Parton is nominated for two Grammys this year. In 2009, Dolly Parton told Morley Safer as a little girl she wanted to look like the town tramp when she grew up.
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Government urges court to approve $5-billion Facebook settlement
DOJ urges judge to approve the $5 billion Facebook deal over Cambridge Analytica privacy complaints, argues it brings consumers "substantial relief."       
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In 2011 Taylor Swift told 60 Minutes she feels like an outsider
In an unaired interview from 2011, Taylor Swift and her mom, Andrea, talk to Lesley Stahl about the musician’s insecurities.
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Rosie Perez testifies that Annabella Sciorra told her of alleged Harvey Weinstein rape in 1994
Rosie Perez testifies in the trial of Harvey Weinstein, in support of Annabella Sciorra's allegation that he raped her.
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Yummie bodysuits are 25% off for flash sale
Consider your search for the perfect shapewear over now that Yummie is launching a sale on its popular bodysuits.  The Vogue-approved brand is offering an extra 25% off a range of bodysuit styles with the code LOVEYOURBODY.  Rock a chic mock neck bodysuit or look elegant in a full-back suit.  And this strapless convertible thong-back...
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'I made a terrible mistake' Quibi CEO Meg Whitman says over dig at journalists
Quibi CEO Meg Whitman apologized for making remarks at a staff meeting that compared journalists mining sources with sexual predators grooming children.
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Millennials say being a ‘plant parent’ is harder than they expected
Seven in 10 millennials consider themselves “plant parents,” according to new research.
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How Worried Should You Be About the New Coronavirus?
On the panic scale, not very. On the generally-bad scale, a little bit.
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Ted Cruz piles on CNN's Manu Raju: 'EVERY' GOP senator agrees you're the 'MOST partisan' reporter
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, went after CNN senior congressional correspondent Manu Raju days after his dustup with Sen. Martha McSally, R-Arizona, telling him that his Republican colleagues agree that he's the most "partisan" reporter on Capitol Hill. 
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Can American Democracy Survive the 2020 Election?
Who Counts? The disenfranchising effects of claims of widespread voter fraud.
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Dana Perino: Trump impeachment and physical fitness – What to do when you sit for hours watching trial
President Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate got underway at a tough time for people trying to keep their fitness resolutions in 2020.
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Vermont Lawmaker's Bill Would Allow Emoji on License Plates
The bill would add six emoji to the list of allowable symbols on the state's license plates.
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Cuomo administration won’t release City Hall’s Medicaid cost projections
Cuomo's budget bill would require that City Hall and New York's other 57 counties pick up the tab when cost increases for Medicaid — which provides healthcare for the poor — exceed three percent per year, beginning in 2022.
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Lawmakers react to apparent recording of Trump saying Yovanovitch should be fired
Lawmakers responded Friday to a recording reviewed by ABC News that appears to capture Trump saying he wanted then-U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch fired.
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DirecTV rushes to dispose of satellite that might explode
A DirecTV satellite at risk of exploding will make an emergency maneuver to push itself into a deserted area of space known as "graveyard" orbit, according to public filings. The hope is that the satellite won't burst in its operational orbit, where the debris could put other expensive communications satellites at risk.
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Gwyneth Paltrow recalls ‘very emotional’ experience after taking MDMA with husband Brad Falchuk
Gwyneth Paltrow has finally landed on Netflix and hit the ground running on delivering eyebrow-raising content.
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Mike Pompeo Refuses to Talk About Marie Yovanovitch During NPR Interview
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refused to discuss whether or not he had ever defended former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch in a Friday interview on National Public Radio.
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Walmart is raising starting hourly wage to $12 at 500 stores to lure workers, aid service
Walmart raises starting pay at 500 stores to $12 an hour. The chain is competing for fewer good workers and vying with Amazon on service.      
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Black Texas teen banned by high school to attend graduation after refusing to cut dreadlocks
Deandre Arnold, a senior at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu, has had dreadlocks for years and says it's part of his identity and culture.      
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Heading to Coachella and Stagecoach from L.A.? There's no train going there
Train service from downtown Los Angeles to the Indio Transit Center will not be ready in time for this year's festivals in April.
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Pompeo Won't Say Whether He Owes Yovanovitch An Apology. 'I've Done What's Right'
As the State Department faces ongoing questions over Marie Yovanovitch's treatment as U.S. envoy to Ukraine, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tells NPR, "I've defended every single person on this team."
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Two Weeks Before Switching Parties, Rep. Jeff Van Drew Left Voicemail Saying He Would Not Vote for Trump
New Jersey Representative Jeff Van Drew made headlines when he announced he was changing his party affiliation from Republican to Democrat. But a recently released voicemail to a constituent has drawn his motives into question.
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Dems: Congress must oust Trump to stop abuses
In the impeachment trial of Donald Trump, Rep. Adam Schiff argues that it was "one hell of a Russian intelligence coup" that the president chased kooky theories about Ukraine pushed by Rudy Giuliani that benefited Vladimir Putin at U.S. expense. (Jan. 24)       
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Bellator 238 co-main event breakdown: Darrion Caldwell vs. Adam Borics meet in clash of styles
MMA Junkie analyst Dan Tom breaks down the Bellator's top bouts. Today, we look at the co-main event for Bellator 238.        Related StoriesBellator 238 predictions: Is anyone picking champ Julia Budd to beat Cris Cyborg?5 burning questions heading into Bellator 238Bellator 238 breakdown: Can Cris Cyborg get back to her dominant ways vs. Julia Budd? 
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See photos from Harvey Weinstein's New York sex-crimes trial
Meet key figures in Harvey Weinstein's sex-crimes trial in New York.      
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At pre-Grammy parties for rising stars and power players, 'Dugan-gate' is talk of the town
In a Grammy week unlike any other, the war between the Recording Academy and its ousted CEO, Deborah Dugan, dominated conversations at parties and in c-suites.
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Chivas sufre importante baja en su delantera
El delantero de Chivas, Alexis Vega, sufrió una lesión en la clavícula izquierda durante un partido de octavos de final de la Copa MX, y estará fuera de las canchas al menos dos semanas, informó el equipo el miércoles.
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