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Kindergartner's project eliminates school lunch debt
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CNN's viral video mocking Trump supporters racks up millions more viewers than original airing
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A story in the Los Angeles Times caused an uproar on social media after it characterized comments from Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., to say she is leaning "toward acquitting Trump" -- causing the Democratic senator to fire back that the paper “misunderstood what I said.”
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After Massive Pro-Gun Rally, Virginia Democrats Advance Slew of Gun Control Measures
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The Essence Of The Senate Impeachment Trial In 2 Videos
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A team of scientists in Australia said on Wednesday they have successfully developed a lab-grown version of coronavirus, the first to be recreated outside of China, in a breakthrough that could help combat the global spread of the illness.
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The Israeli-Palestinian peace plan unveiled Tuesday by President Trump is an important and well-crafted effort that would benefit both sides by breaking the deadlock between the Jewish state and its Arab neighbors, which began with Israeli independence from Britain in 1948.
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Washington Post reverses suspension of reporter who tweeted about Kobe Bryant
A managing editor wrote that while the reporter's tweets were "ill-timed, she was not in clear and direct violation of our social media policy."
John Bolton stirs GOP fury for Trump revelations but friends say he's used to knife fights
Trump allies say John Bolton could become a party pariah over his book, "The Room Where It Happened." Some friends say he'll stand his ground anyway.
Jimmy Fallon, John Cena and other stars workout in hilarious beer commercial for Sunday’s game
Jimmy Fallon and John Cena put their comedic chemistry on full display in the latest big game commercial for Michelob Ultra slated to air on Sunday.
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Juan Williams on Bolton: Trump was saying 'I want to withhold aid to get something for myself'
"The Five" co-host Juan Williams said Tuesday that he disagreed with the White House legal team's characterization of former National Security Adviser John Bolton's alleged comments regarding the president, while Fox Business Network host Kennedy criticized Democrats for their strategy in the Senate impeachment trial.
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DNA exonerates man after he spent 25 years in jail
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As President Donald Trump tours the country holding rallies to support his reelection campaign this fall, he often brags about what the political landscape will look like in January 2021.
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Kobe Bryant to be honored during Oscars
Kobe Bryant will be honored at the Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 9.
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Washington Post reinstates reporter, concludes Kobe Bryant tweets didn't violate social media policy
The Washington Post has lifted its suspension of its reporter after her tweets about NBA legend Kobe Bryant sparked an uproar and the paper's handling of her punishment also received backlash.
Washington Post reinstates reporter who it suspended over Kobe Bryant tweets, saying she didn't violate policy
A top editor at The Washington Post said Tuesday that a reporter who was suspended for tweets she posted in the immediate aftermath of Kobe Bryant's death had not violated the newspaper's social media policy. The reporter has been reinstated.
Trump team warns vulnerable senators: Stand strong or prepare for an endless trial
The president’s aides are urging senators to wrap up the impeachment trial quickly or face the prospect of legal fights that drag on for weeks — or even months into the campaign season.
Kansas lawmakers renew effort to outlaw sexual battery against a spouse
Kansas lawmakers are renewing bipartisan efforts to make sexual battery of a spouse illegal.
Kobe Bryant helicopter crash: All 9 bodies recovered from wreckage, investigators say
The last of the nine bodies was recovered Tuesday from the helicopter crash that killed Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant Sunday, according to reports.
White House tells airlines it may suspend China-U.S. flights amid coronavirus outbreak- CNBC
The White House has told airline executives that it is considering suspending flights from China to the United States amid the new coronavirus outbreak, CNBC reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the matter. (Reporting by Mekhla Raina in Bengaluru)
Dana Perino: CNN segment mocking Trump supporters was 'really offensive'
"The Five" co-host Dana Perino took issue Tuesday with former Republican consultant Rick Wilson's mockery of Trump supporters as "credulous boomer rubes."
Justice Department moves to thwart global robocall scheme
The Justice Department on Tuesday asked a federal judge to shut down a scheme involving companies in New York and Arizona that connect hundreds of millions of robocalls across the country each month.
Amid uncertainty on witnesses, Trump legal team tells impeachment trial: 'Time for this to end'
Republican U.S. senators remained uncertain on Tuesday over the key question of whether to call witnesses in President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial as his legal team wrapped up its opening arguments with an appeal for a quick acquittal.
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FTC charges "Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli with fixing price of life-saving drug
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McConnell says GOP lacks votes to block impeachment witnesses, as Bolton book throws trial script into doubt
The White House's plans for a speedy trial were thrown into doubt with Senate Republicans on Tuesday floating competing proposals on how to deal with new explosive revelations from ex-national security adviser John Bolton that have the potential to blow up the impeachment trial -- and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell telling Republicans he doesn’t have enough votes to block the calling of impeachment witnesses.
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Top Cuomo aide rakes in a higher paycheck than her boss
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