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Peru to Install Cameras at World Heritage Site Machu Picchu After Tourists Illegally Sneak In and Damage Walls
Five tourists were deported last week after they sneaked into the iconic ruins before dawn; they're accused of destroying part of the ancient attraction.
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Mark Meadows: 'Adam Schiff has amnesia' regarding his committee denying Trump a fair process
House Freedom Caucus member Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., said that Lead House Impeachment Manager Adam Schiff, D-Calif., appears to have amnesia, as he lambasts Republicans for allegedly preventing a fair Senate impeachment trial.
READ: Amendment to prevent the selective admission of evidence for Senate impeachment trial
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer proposed a series of amendments Tuesday, including one aimed at preventing the selective admission of evidence into the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. Read that amendment below:
NYPD officer injured by hit-and-run driver on the Lower East Side
An NYPD officer was injured by a hit-and-run driver during a traffic stop on the Lower East Side Tuesday night, police said. The crash happened as two plainclothes officers were walking back to their unmarked car near East Houston Street and Avenue D about 7:45 p.m., cops said. One of the cops from Police Service...
Senate Democrats privately weighing Biden for Bolton swap in impeachment trial
A number of Senate Democrats reportedly are privately discussing the possibility of striking a witness deal with Republicans that would pave the way for Hunter Biden’s testimony in President Trump’s impeachment trial. In return for the testimony of Joe Biden’s embattled son — which Republicans have repeatedly called for — the Democrats would seek testimony...
Kellyanne Conway Tells Fox News' Chris Wallace Release of Ukraine Aid After Whistleblower's Report Was 'Coincidence'
Kellyanne Conway insisted that President Donald Trump's release of aid to Ukraine, just after the whistleblower report that led to his impeachment was released to Congress, was merely a "coincidence" during an appearance on Fox News Tuesday.
Taiwan calls on China to share 'correct' virus information
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen called on China on Wednesday to share "correct" information about a new coronavirus and for the World Health Organisation (WHO) not to exclude Taiwan from collaboration on the outbreak for political reasons.
Macau confirms first case of pneumonia caused by Wuhan coronavirus
The Chinese-ruled gambling hub of Macau confirmed on Wednesday its first case of pneumonia linked to an outbreak of a newly identified coronavirus strain in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, China's state news agency Xinhua said.
FBI tells family of Kristin Smart, who vanished 23 years ago, to be prepared for news: report
The family of Kristin Smart, the California college student who vanished 23 years ago after attending a party near her school, was reportedly told by federal agents to be prepared for news and to secure a family spokesperson.
Biden, Sanders release competing ads on Social Security
The growing tension between the two has already faced some major bumps in the past few days.
Republican Arizona State Rep Says Refugees 'Take From Us,' Despite Voting For Pro-Refugee Legislation in 2019: 'Call Me a Bigot'
Arizona Republican State Representative Jay Lawrence told an audience at a political event that he did not believe in allowing refugees to settle in Arizona, despite voting for a pro-refugee resolution last year. "I just think it's best for the state of Arizona," Lawrence said.
Biden and Sanders Trade Attacks Over Honesty and Social Security
A day after they seemed to have brokered a truce, Joe Biden released a video criticizing “Bernie’s negative attacks” and Bernie Sanders responded with one blasting his rival’s record on Social Security.
Representative Hakeem Jeffries quotes The Notorious B.I.G. during Senate impeachment trial
Representative Hakeem Jeffries quoted The Notorious B.I.G. during the Senate impeachment trial Tuesday night. As the trial stretched late into the night, the New York senator ended one of his remarks with the infamous Biggie lyric “And if you don’t know, now you know.”
A 6-year-old heard a smoke alarm in the middle of the night and woke her firefighter father, saving the family
A New Jersey firefighter and his family lost their home in a fire Sunday, but his daughter made sure the family remained intact.
Witness: Delonte West sparked surreal video with glass bottle attack
A witness told police former NBA star Delonte West threw a glass bottle at another man to set off a surreal scene Monday that has many in the basketball community pleading for the former point guard to get help. Police said they responded to an early-morning call about a fight near the MGM National Harbor...
Super Bowl 2020 won’t be too big for Jimmy Garoppolo: ex-coaches
Jimmy Garoppolo won’t beat Patrick Mahomes in Super Bowl 2020 throwing only eight passes. He will be The Other Quarterback when his 49ers meet the Chiefs in Miami on Feb. 2. But the men who coached him on his way up won’t be betting against him beating Mahomes Sweet Mahomes. “The bigger the game, the...
Kansas and Kansas State basketball game ends in all-out brawl
The melee took place within the last seconds of Kansas' 81-60 victory over Kansas State.
On climate, Trump is guilty of willful ignorance
Alice Hill writes that FEMA's decision to omit mention of climate change from its National Preparedness report reflects the Trump administration's consistent willful ignorance of the issue.
Kawhi Leonard and Landry Shamet both score 36 as Clippers hold off Mavericks
The Clippers hold off the Dallas Mavericks' comeback to win 110-107.
Polls show Bernie Sanders with tight lead in New Hampshire
"With three weeks to go until the New Hampshire Democratic primary, polls show Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders leading in the state. Politico reporter Trent Spiner spoke to CBSN's ""Red & Blue"" about the state of the race in New Hampshire.
Senate rejects Democrats on documents, witness in Trump impeachment trial
The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate blocked Democratic attempts on Tuesday to obtain evidence and call a witness in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, an early sign the proceeding could advance on lines favorable to Trump.
Galaxy hope 'Chicharito' Hernández forges a new championship identity for team
Galaxy players are elated over the team's signing of Javier 'Chicharito' Hernández, but will the Mexican soccer star deliver an MLS Cup to the team?
Alaska Native Elder, 90, Is First American Counted in 2020 Census
(TOKSOOK BAY, Alaska) — Lizzie Chimiugak has lived for 90 years in the windswept western wilds of Alaska, born to a nomadic family who lived in mud homes and followed where the good hunting and fishing led. Her home now is an outpost on the Bering Sea, Toksook Bay, and on Tuesday she became the…
Reeling Nets bracing for biggest test in this next stretch
The Nets knew this five-game stretch was going to be rough, but it’s gone far worse than they could have possibly imagined. They have dropped four straight games and 11 of their past 13. And that’s with LeBron James and the Lakers looming on Thursday, closing out a tough grind that’s been taking its toll...
Column: A county-owned homeless service center in the old St. Vincent hospital? It just might happen
L.A. supervisors voted Tuesday to push ahead with the possible purchase of St. Vincent hospital
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Wuhan virus outbreak kills nine in China as first case found in US
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What's on TV Wednesday, Jan. 22: '68 Whiskey' on Paramount
What's on TV Wednesday, Jan. 22: '68 Whiskey' on Paramount; Modern Family; Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens
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NSC official who was abruptly placed on administrative leave is temporarily replaced
The senior director for European and Russian affairs at the National Security Council who was recently placed on administrative leave has been replaced at least temporarily, according to two people familiar with the situation.
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Kansas vs. Kansas State game ends in big brawl
Photos from the big, game-ending brawl between the Kansas Jayhawks and Kansas State Wildcats.        
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Court documents: 3 suspects wanted to use Virginia gun-rights rally to start race war
Federal investigators were watching earlier this month as two men accused of being white supremacists packed cases of food and supplies and allegedly discussed ways to attack a gun rights rally in Richmond, Virginia, according to court documents filed Tuesday.
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2020 Senior Bowl week
Take a look at 2020 NFL draft prospects as they work out in preparation for the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.       
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Australia's Olympic team says preparing for Wuhan amid virus fears
The Australian women's soccer team are still preparing for a trip to Wuhan for Olympic qualifiers early next month despite concerns about an outbreak of the new coronavirus in the Chinese city, head coach Ante Milicic has said.
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Schiff fires back at Trump lawyer over Ukraine aid freeze
White House deputy counsel Michael Purpura and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), one of the impeachment managers, debate the details of President Donald Trump's call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and when exactly Ukraine found out that there was going to be a freeze in funding for aid.
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Australian Open: Naomi Osaka throws her racket before beating Zheng Saisai
Defending champion Naomi Osaka threw her racket, tossed a ball and kicked the racket again for good measure, before sitting for a while with a towel over her head.
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Concord music consolidating its offices at 250 W. 57th St.
Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Mark Ronson and Rodgers and Hammerstein all have catalogs represented by Concord, which is consolidating its offices, at 250 W. 57th St. The world’s largest independent developer, manager and acquirer of music recordings, music publishing and theatrical performance rights for artists will be moving into 46,329 square feet. The space is...
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Sean Hannity: Any GOP senators who side with Dems on impeachment will become part of 'charade'
Sean Hannity said in his Tuesday monologue that moderate Republican senators who waffle and consider allowing Democrats "special treatment" in regard to President Trump's impeachment risk becoming part of the opposition party's "charade."
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Brawl breaks out at end of Kansas-Kansas State basketball game
At one point, Silvio De Sousa picked up a stool and held it above his head before assistant coach Jerrance Howard grabbed it from him.
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Spanish retailer Desigual takes over Fifth Avenue space from Sunglass Hut
Prime Fifth Avenue has scored a new retail tenant. Spanish retailer Desigual has leased 5,200 square feet at 605 Fifth Ave. between East 48th and 49th streets, with 2,300 feet on the ground level and the rest lower-level storage. The current tenant, Sunglass Hut, is moving across the avenue. Jason Greenstone, Michael O’Neill and Taylor...
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Chuck Schumer, Democrats must have Founding Fathers rolling in their graves: Goodwin
Near the end of his inflammatory opening remarks Tuesday, Sen. Chuck Schumer tried his best to scale the rhetorical heights. He declared the moment “deep and solemn” and said, “The eyes of the Founding Fathers are upon us.” If they’re watching, they’re probably rolling over in their graves. Day One of the Trump impeachment trial...
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Hallar paz y armonía en el 'Fin de la Tierra'
Un pueblo español acoge a los peregrinos religiosos, pero para algunos son "hippies" y "alborotadores"
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Trump Announces U.S. Will Join 'One Trillion Trees' Initiative
President Donald Trump surprised the international ecological community with a pledge to join the One Trillion Trees initiative to fight climate change.
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Chicago Tribune writers push for local ownership
Two top investigative reporters for the Chicago Tribune made a splash on Tuesday by calling for Alden Global Capital — the controversial cost-slashing hedge fund that owns 32 percent of Tribune Publishing — to save the newspaper by selling to a local owner. Not mentioned in the Jan. 21 New York Times op-ed, however, is...
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Utah Judge Upholds Lewdness Law in Case of Woman Charged With Being Topless at Home
Tilli Buchanan may have to register as a sex offender after being charged with lewdness for being topless in her own home in the presence of her stepchildren.
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Alan Dershowitz rejects Pelosi's 'impeachment is forever' claim, says only Trump can decide whether Bolton testifies
Alan Dershowitz, a member of President Trump's impeachment defense team, spoke with Sean Hannity after Trump lawyers Pat Cipollone and Jay Sekulow repeatedly ripped into Democrats on the first day of opening arguments in the Senate.
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If you're up for riding in a robotaxi, General Motors' Cruise wants you to meet Origin — at some point
General Motors' Cruise unveils a boxy robotaxi for ride-sharing, though no word on when consumers can start hailing them.       
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Fashion's Chinese New Year quandary: Can rats be luxury?
As the Lunar New Year approaches, so too does another annual phenomenon: The fashion industry's shameless pursuit of disposable Chinese income via zodiac-themed capsule collections.
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Fashion's Chinese New Year quandary: Can rats ever be luxury?
Chinese New Year fashion campaigns are in full swing. But how will fashion houses use rats -- spreaders of bubonic plague, sources of widespread phobias -- in their festive lines?
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