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#BTSComeback2020 Trends As New BTS Album 'Map of the Soul: 7' is Released
Fans can expect "a pleasant surprise" on the song "Inner Child", a co-writer of the song, Ellis Miah, tells Newsweek.
Coronavirus Update: Over 500 Chinese Prisoners Infected, While South Korean 'cult' Deals with Super-spreading Event
The deadly virus has spread to over 25 countries and territories, including the U.S.
NHL teams get jump on deadline with flurry of early trades
Tom Fitzgerald changed teams twice at the NHL trade deadline as a player and knows how it feels.
MIT Scientists Create System To Decide How to Save Earth From an Incoming Asteroid
"It's like a preemptive strike, with less mess," study author Sung Wook Paek said.
Italian tests positive for coronavirus, two more cases suspected
An Italian national has tested positive for the new coronavirus after meeting a friend who had recently returned from China, the northern Lombardy region said on Friday.
Today on Fox News: Feb. 21, 2020
Coronavirus fears prompt FBI to order $40G in hand sanitizer, face masks: report
The FBI has purchased $40,000 worth of hand sanitizer and face masks “in case the coronavirus becomes a pandemic in the United States," according to an acquisition document signed on Friday.
Yankees’ Deivi Garcia still long shot to make banged-up rotation
TAMPA — At 20 years old and with only 11 games (six starts) above Double-A, Deivi Garcia is a long shot to join the Yankees’ starting rotation when the season opens despite the possibility there might be two openings because of Paxton’s back surgery and the soreness in Luis Severino’s right forearm. Garcia, a 5-foot-9,...
Election 2020: How Trump, Democratic candidates could shape health care costs, family finances
As campaigning in the Nevada Democratic caucuses heats up, financial concerns are front and center for many voters. Here's where candidates stand.
Frozen bird found in Siberia is 46,000 years old
Scientists studying the remarkably well-preserved remains of an Ice Age bird have identified the specimen as a horned lark.
Some In Rural Florida Want Officials To Change Direction On Toll Roads
To prepare for more development, lawmakers in Florida are commissioning new toll roads through rural areas. But some communities are pushing back. "We don't need this toll road," one resident says.
Trump Administration Targets Your 'Warrant-Proof' Encrypted Messages
Encryption is going mainstream, and some tech companies "throw away the key" so they can't decrypt messages even when police get a warrant. The government says that's taking privacy too far.
Nevada Caucuses 2020: Live Results And Analysis
The Democratic presidential primary has moved west for the Nevada caucuses. Follow NPR's live coverage.
Kelsey Grammer turns 65: A look back at his biggest moments
A Hollywood icon, Kelsey Grammer has proved that he can do it all.
Don't pit slavery descendants against black immigrants. Racism doesn't know the difference.
An anti-African, anti-black-immigrant stance is shortsighted. As we celebrate Black History Month, we should not divide the black community.
Miss America Bess Myerson’s daughter reflects on growing up with beauty queen: ‘She cast a very large shadow’
For Barra Grant, it wasn’t easy growing up with Miss America for a mom.
Supermodel Lauren Hutton, 76, says ‘I usually get into bed with a good book or a good man’
At age 76, Lauren Hutton isn’t sleeping alone.
Derek Hough says Jennifer Lopez 'inspired' him to do Las Vegas dance residency
Derek Hough is gearing up for his debut residency in Las Vegas.
'Chrisley Knows Best' star Savannah Chrisley gets candid on weight loss: 'It's about progress, not perfection'
Savannah Chrisley isn’t waiting for swimsuit season to flaunt her beach bod.
Stacey Abrams Spearheads 'Fair Fight,' A Campaign Against Voter Suppression
Since losing the Georgia governor's race in 2018, Democrat Stacey Abrams has launched Fair Fight — a voting rights campaign that's active in 18 battleground states ahead of this year's election.
D.C.-area forecast: Blustery today! At least sun lasts through the weekend, as we warm.
Temperatures jump back into the 50s, after today’s wintry jolt.
Tony Hawk on stepping out of his comfort zone for 'The Masked Singer': 'I always like a new challenge'
On Wednesday night, professional skater Tony Hawk was the latest celebrity unmasked on FOX's hit singing competition series, "The Masked Singer."
Dog lands sponsorships, social media followers for rock star hairdo: ‘His hair makes him so unique’
He’s no “Black Dog,” but his long, shaggy ‘do resembles Led Zeppelin-leading man Robert Plant’s.
What should we do if a 'planet-killer' asteroid takes aim at Earth?
If a giant object looks like it's going to slam into Earth, humanity has a few options: Hammer it with a spacecraft hard enough to knock it off course, blast it with nuclear weapons, tug on it with a gravity tractor, or even slow it down using concentrated sunlight.
Karl Rove: Dem presidential candidates to face three big tests in Nevada, South Carolina and Super Tuesday
The most important test will be in South Carolina. Will black Democrats send Joe Biden roaring into Super Tuesday with a win, or doom his candidacy by defecting?
Here's why you won't find these Maseratis at your local dealership
Maserati is known for keeping its concept cars under wraps from the public. Here are 7 Maserati concept cars that never made it to the production line.
Giada de Laurentiis, 49, stuns on the beach in red swimsuit
Giada de Laurentiis enjoyed a break from her busy schedule with a dip in the ocean.
Column: As L.A. says goodbye to Kobe Bryant, it's worth asking why some fame lasts, and some vanishes
As Los Angeles bids hail and farewell to Kobe Bryant, it's worth a closer look at the half-life of fame — who stays in our collective memories, and why.
How to pair wine with Girl Scout cookies
Cookies and milk just grew up.
The public is helping us see Jupiter like it's never been seen before
NASA called on the public to help with its Jupiter mission. The public responded with some of the most incredible images of the planet yet.
Anxiety, depression and PTSD: The hidden epidemic of data breaches and cyber crimes
Data breaches and other cyber crimes take a heavy psychological toll on the millions of Americans whose personal data is plundered by fraudsters.
Mad Dog’s Alonso prediction draws response from Mets’ star
Chris “Mad Dog” Russo isn’t sold on the Mets and said so on his MLB Network “High Heat” show, but it was a passing reference to Pete Alonso that drew the attention of the Amazin’s young star. During his Mets’ critique, Russo said Alonso “is not hitting 50 homers again” and that the team will...
Community to say goodbye to Faye Swetlik at a memorial Friday
A heartbroken community will come together Friday to say goodbye to a girl who was abducted and killed by a neighbor in South Carolina.
Protesters attack buses carrying Wuhan evacuees in Ukraine
Protesters attacked a convoy of buses carrying Ukrainian citizens and other nationals evacuated from the Chinese city of Wuhan, injuring nine police officers and one civilian Thursday.
Kind gesture moves school custodian to tears
A custodian at a Tennessee elementary school, who walks two miles and takes three buses to get to work, broke down in tears after parents and teachers started a GoFundMe campaign to help him buy a car. WMC's Joyce Peterson reports.
Who is Tomeka Hart?
Tomeka Hart served as the foreperson on the jury that convicted former Trump associate Roger Stone in his trial for lying to Congress, obstruction and witness tampering related to the 2016 presidential campaign.
One man's account of what it's like to have novel coronavirus
After being evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, Carl Goldman was transported to a bio-containment unit at the University of Nebraska's Medical Center.
Trump slams Dems, Oscars, Brad Pitt at freewheeling Colorado rally
Mom visits newborn in NICU then makes daring rescue before tanker explodes
A mother in Indianapolis narrowly saved a semi-truck driver before his tanker exploded as she was on the way home from visiting her newborn child in the NICU. CNN affiliate WXIN has the details on this daring rescue.
This Day in History: Feb. 21
Iran Presidential Adviser Warns That Low Election Turnout Will 'Please' Enemies and Prompt More Sanctions
Iranians headed to the polls Friday after a tumultuous year of internal unrest and growing tension with the U.S.
Can the Nationals repeat? Manager Dave Martinez would prefer to focus on ‘compete.’
The season after winning the World Series, Washington players and coaches want to do the same thing, day after day.
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Pelosi Says Putin Shouldn't Decide U.S. Election After Reports of Russian Efforts to Get Trump Re-elected
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said President Donald Trump was trying to "dismiss threats" to U.S. democracy.
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Bellator Europe 7/Bellator 240 weigh-in results
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Kyrgyzstan halts issuance of new visas to Chinese nationals
Kyrgyzstan has suspended the issuance of new visas to Chinese nationals because of the coronavirus outbreak in the neighboring country, Kyrgyz news agency Akipress quoted deputy foreign minister Nurlan Abdrakhmanov as saying on Friday.
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Coronavirus Found In China Prisons, As Cases Spike In South Korea
More than 200 new infections have been identified in a prison in eastern Shandong province. Meanwhile, in South Korea, dozens from the same religious sect have contracted the virus.
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Who is Robert Gomez Bolaños? Google Doodle Honors Mexican Comedian Chespirito
Chespirito, the creator of El Chapulín Colorado and El Chavo del Ocho, would have been 91 years old today
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China changed how it counts virus cases again. Here's why
Weeks after the novel coronavirus crisis began in December, there is still widespread confusion over the exact number of cases reported in China and whether the epidemic is finally stabilizing at the outbreak's epicenter of Hubei province.
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