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Charlie Hurt: 'Dyed-in-the-wool Communist' Bernie Sanders getting played by the Democratic Party bosses
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is once again getting the short end of the stick from Democratic Party leaders, Fox News contributor Charlie Hurt said Friday on "Hannity."
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Ex-con hedgie Boaz Manor charged in $30M bitcoin fraud scheme
A convicted hedge-fund swindler assumed a fake name and donned a disguise to lure investors into a $30 million bitcoin fraud in New York that spanned two years, the feds alleged on Friday. Boaz Manor — a 46-year-old entrepreneur who got a four-year prison sentence in Canada in 2010 after misappropriating more than $100 million...
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Elliott: Nathan Chen, Alysia Liu look to take safe route to World Championship berths
Nathan Chen and Alysa Liu probably won't need to push themselves too hard in the U.S. Figure Skating Championships to make it to the World Championships.
Anti-abortion group announces $52 million budget to reelect Trump and anti-abortion Senate majority
A major anti-abortion group announced on Friday a $52 million budget in battleground states to reelect President Donald Trump and an anti-abortion Senate majority in 2020.
Alleged serial bank robber sprung by New York bail law turns himself in
An alleged serial bank robber in New York whose repeated heists cast light on a new bail-reform law unexpectedly turned himself into authorities Friday.
NYC congestion pricing tolls must be set in public, says open government expert
The board that will recommend congestion pricing tolls to enter Midtown must deliberate in public and not behind closed doors, the state Committee on Open Government has ruled. The MTA last fall claimed the Traffic Mobility Review Board is not covered by the Open Meetings Law, and therefore its meetings are not open to the...
Charlie Hunnam would ‘star opposite’ Meghan Markle if the roles were ‘good’ for the both of them
If Meghan Markle ever decides to return to acting, she might already have a co-star.
CDC: Season’s Flu Vaccine ‘Mismatch’ for Main Strain Hitting Children
The flu season is far from over, yet a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states this season’s vaccine for the flu strain primarily affecting children is only a 58 percent match.
Sean Hannity: Lev Parnas feeds into Democrats' 'psychotic anti-Trump rage'
Sean Hannity took on Democrats agains Friday night, criticizing their efforts before next week's likely Senate trial.
Amsterdam to Buy Debts of Young Adults In Order to Help Them Get Jobs and Pursue Higher Education
A program is expected to start in February in Amsterdam which will purchase the debts of young people and help them obtain higher education and employment.
A timeline of Oprah Winfrey's involvement with the Russell Simmons documentary
When Oprah Winfrey signed on to produce a documentary about Russell Simmons' accusers, no one expected what would transpire. Here's a timeline of those events.
State Democrats stay the course on bail reform law despite outrage
The state’s new bail law is emptying out the city’s jails and putting unrepentant inmates back on the streets, but officials appear loathe to roll back any of the reforms. Department of Correction statistics show there were a total of 5,569 people in city jails on Thursday, a 19% drop from the 6,877 counted on...
'Babylon Bee' CEO: 'How funny is it that CNN is coming after us for spreading disinformation?'
The CEO of The Babylon Bee, a popular self-described "Christian News Satire" website that often pokes fun at political figures, responded Friday to liberal media critics who want it out of business.
Supreme Court to Decide Whether Electoral College Members Are Bound by Their State's Popular Vote
Two cases, brought by electors in Colorado and Washington, will be heard to determine a verdict.
Secret to the Lakers' success in the first half of the season is hardly a secret
From players on the roster to their coaches and observers, there is a general consensus about this Lakers team. They really like each other.
Dershowitz plays down role on Trump impeachment team
Dershowitz said he will serve in a “limited” capacity and will not be a part of the president’s tactical strategic team.
Dr. Drew on California homeless crisis: 'What does the body count need to be before they will change their rhetoric?'
Dr. Drew Pinsky told Fox News Friday that the government of California isn't doing enough to combat mental illness and other health problems brought on by the ongoing homeless crisis in that state.
Dershowitz: 'Abuse of Power' 'Is Not an Impeachable Offense'
On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Beat,” Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz, who will be part of President Trump’s impeachment legal team, argued that “abuse of power, even if proved, is not an impeachable offense.” Dershowitz began by stating that
Titans vs. Chiefs y Packers vs. 49ers: ¿Dónde ver las finales de la Conferencia en la NFL?
Tres de los cuatro equipos hasta ahora sobrevivientes –Green Bay, San Francisco y Tennessee– están en un partido de Campeonato luego de no haber alcanzado la postemporada la temporada pasada
Democrats announce new criteria to qualify for first debate after primary voting starts
The Democratic National Committee announced criteria for the first debate after voting begins in the 2020 presidential campaign, including a pathway to the stage based on delegate pledges.
Trump's circus of defense lawyers
Before today, I didn't think it was possible to feel sorry for White House Counsel Pat Cipollone. Remember he's quarterbacked the unprecedented stonewalling of the Congressional impeachment process by refusing to turn over documents despite legitimate subpoenas. He has enforced the President's edict to deny Congress witnesses, again despite congressional subpoenas.
Trump's circus of defense lawyers
The President is deliberately creating a circus show bringing back some of the best acts from the last three decades. It seems he hopes to entertain his supporters, rather than defend his conduct, writes Joe Lockhart.
Power up your tech with Anker's unique power strips
For years, Anker's been keeping people's tech fully charged, wired and wirelessly. But you may not know that it has a line of power strips, too. We'll look at three of its premier strips: the PowerPort Cube, PowerPort Strip PD 2 Mini and PowerPort Strip 3.
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Trump assembles his impeachment legal team; School arranges son's early graduation for father
Feds bust DEA investigator who was allegedly hunting for minors online
A DEA diversion investigator is facing federal charges for sending photos of his genitals to an undercover officer posing as a 14-year-old — and trying to pressure the agent to reciprocate. “Let me see yours,” Frederick Scheinin wrote the undercover via an encrypted chat app last month, after sending the officer a photo of his...
Why Americans Supported Prohibition 100 Years Ago
Temperance crusaders weren’t crackpots. They were fighting the business of making money off addiction.
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Rickie Fowler dominates at PGA West in rare California desert appearance
Rickie Fowler usually skips out on the PGA West tour stop, but after his performance Friday he might be wise to become a regular.
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California voters may not see Michael Bloomberg's financial disclosure until after 2020 primary
Billionaire Michael R. Bloomberg gets an extension on his financial disclosure until late March, well after more than a dozen states vote on Super Tuesday.
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House Democrats release Parnas documents showing contact with Nunes aide
House Democrats released another batch of documents from indicted Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas on Friday, including messages that showed Parnas was in contact with a staffer for House Intelligence Committee ranking member Devin Nunes, R-Calif.
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MSNBC's Matthews: Trump Is Like a Movie Character-Hitler Trashing Generals
On Friday's broadcast of MSNBC's "Hardball," host Chris Matthews likened President Donald Trump to a ”Hitler” character in a movie "trashing the generals."
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Vancouver Introduces World's First Opioid Vending Machine In Attempt to Curb Overdose Deaths
The world's first biometric opioid vending machine was recently launched in Vancouver, British Columbia, in an attempt to reduce overdose deaths.
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Sanitize hard-to-clean items in just 10 minutes with the HomeSoap
When was the last time you cleaned your TV remote? That may seem like a strange question, but we rarely, if ever, disinfect our household items and tech. The HomeSoap makes the process quick and easy by sanitizing anything you can fit inside it in just 10 minutes. It does so by neutralizing common harmful microorganisms with UV-C light.
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Grammy insiders say Deborah Dugan ousted over bombshell memo she sent to HR
“Is the Recording Academy trying to shut up people who want to speak about their experience?"
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FBI official expresses 'fair sense of worry' over Monday's pro-gun rally in Richmond
Federal authorities arrested a number of suspected neo-Nazis around the country this week out of concern that they were planning violent acts at Monday's pro-gun rally in Richmond, Virginia, a senior FBI official said Friday.
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Sign, edit and annotate almost any document with PDF Expert
Computers provide ways to open and read a PDF, but they don't provide much more than that when it comes to that format. If you want to do practically anything else, you'll need a more advanced PDF reader. And that's where PDF Expert comes in.
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'Flaco' Tena, DT Chivas: 'No voy a pedir más jugadores, así estamos bien'
Aunque perdió al volante Víctor Guzmán por un resultado positivo en un control antidopaje, Chivas se abstendrá de buscarle un reemplazo en el mercado de fichajes, anunció el entrenador Luis Fernando Tena.
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‘Brick Man’ is NYC’s newest bail-reform poster boy
There’s another bail-reform poster boy in town — and cops call him the Brick Man! Ex-con Anthony Manson, who earned his nickname by allegedly using a brick in smash-and-grabs, has been busted three times in a recent string of burglaries across Brooklyn and Manhattan — and released each time, The Post has learned. Manson, 50,...
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Sexism? Cronyism? Mismanagement? After sudden ouster of Grammys chief, spin and finger-pointing begin
The Recording Academy places President and CEO Deborah Dugan on administrative leave with the Grammy Awards fast approaching. Insiders trade accusations.
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Bernie Sanders Tied With Joe Biden in Democratic Race Nationally and Among African American Community, Polls Say
Senator Bernie Sanders has risen to the top in recent polls, tying with frontrunner former Vice President Joe Biden in popularity with both registered voters nationally and the African American community specifically.
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Microsoft says it will go carbon negative by 2030
The tech giant says it plans to eliminate its carbon footprint by pledging to go "carbon negative" in the next decade. CNN's Anna Stewart reports.
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Brasileña Gadelha quería pelear a pesar de que mexicana Grasso estaba en sobrepeso
LAS VEGAS.- La brasileña Claudia Gadelha dijo que estaba dispuesta a pelear el sábado por la noche a pesar de que su rival, la mexicana Alexa Grasso, dio 5.5 libras de más el viernes por la mañana en el pesaje oficial de UFC 246.
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Exclusive — Pence Says Impeachment Backfiring on Democrats: ‘The Real Verdict Will Be in the Fall of 2020’
Pence told Breitbart News he thinks the rush by the House to impeach Trump, and the upcoming U.S. Senate trial, are backfiring on Democrats politically because of their weak case against the president.
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House Democrats release more materials from Lev Parnas
Democrats released texts exchanged between Parnas and Rudy Giuliani and another set between Parnas and a staffer for Representative Devin Nunes.
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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry won’t have 'protections' in US as they do 'at home' with paparazzi, attorney says
Meghan Markle has several ties to Los Angeles.
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3 more alleged members of white supremacist group The Base are arrested in Georgia
Three Georgia men allegedly involved in a white supremacist group known as The Base have been arrested, the Floyd County Police Department announced Friday, one day after three other alleged group members were arrested in other parts of the country.
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Dasha Zhukova and Stavros Niarchos marry in St. Moritz
The couple quietly wed in October in front of family in Paris, and are hosting the glam St. Moritz weekend.
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Former North Hollywood teacher's aide convicted of sexually abusing half a dozen girls
Lino Cabrera pleaded no contest to sexually abusing 10- and 11-year-old girls at Oxnard Street Elementary School over three years.
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Journalism and Activism Aren’t the Same Thing
Binyamin Appelbaum’s criticism of Buttigieg tries to be both.
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