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Bar bans men from flaunting ‘bare ankles’ in jeans, sweats
Gotta keep out the bar-barians. A UK bar has come under fire for banning male patrons from wearing tracksuits, rolled up jeans and other ankle-flaunting articles of clothing. The Edinburgh, Scotland-based watering hole has defended the dress code, claiming they’re simply holding the line against a regrettable trend, according to SWNS. The pub posted a...
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NYC reveals new bike lanes in Brooklyn after spike in cyclist deaths
The city will be rolling out 30 miles of new “protected” lanes, with at least 10 miles to be built in Brooklyn.
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European Parliament approves Brexit deal
Now that the U.K. and European parliaments have ratified the deal, it is up to the Council of the European Union to sign off on the agreement.
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Arabs prioritize key ties with U.S. against Iran in reacting to Trump peace plan
Arab powers appear to be prioritizing close ties with the United States that are vital to countering Iran over traditional unswerving support for the Palestinians in their reaction to President Donald Trump's Middle East peace plan.
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MoviePass is shutting down permanently and liquidating in bankruptcy
The curtain has come down on MoviePass after the company filed for bankruptcy protection on Tuesday.
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Parnas, former Ukraine fixer, shows up outside Trump trial
Lev Parnas, an indicted businessman who says he worked to pressure Ukraine to investigate one of President Donald Trump's political rivals, created a chaotic sideshow Wednesday as he traveled to Washington for Trump's impeachment trial.
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My Chemical Romance announces first US tour in nine years
Looks like the reunion concert took.
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Senators to ask questions as crucial witnesses vote looms in impeachment trial
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Woman who claims former Evansville basketball coach Walter McCarty sexually assaulted her hires attorney
A female student who reported she was sexually assaulted by ex-University of Evansville men's basketball coach Walter McCarty has hired a lawyer.        
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Bob Shane, last original member of the Kingston Trio, dies at 85
Shane was the lead singer on group's million-selling ballad "Tom Dooley"
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Woman left ‘physically sick’ after finding menstrual blood stains on new ASOS jumpsuit
A woman has blasted ASOS after a “brand new” jumpsuit she ordered from the website arrived with menstrual blood stains in the crotch. Roxy Williams, 36, from Cheltenham, England, shared an image of the grim discovery with her 3,000 thousand Twitter followers. She wrote: “I know people wash new clothes before they wear them but...
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Coyote spotted in Central Park, NYPD issues warning
New Yorkers beware – a coyote is roaming around Central Park. The NYPD issued a warning this week after it says that there have been “sightings of a coyote” in the Manhattan green space. “Observe and appreciate coyotes from a distance,” the official twitter account of the department’s Central Park Precinct tweeted Monday, also advising...
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Tapper fact-checks Sen. Rick Scott's anti-Biden ad
CNN's Jake Tapper, Gloria Borger and John King react to Sen. Rick Scott's new Iowa political ad targeting Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
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Alan Dershowitz talks ties to Jeffrey Epstein after clashing with Whoopi Goldberg on 'The View'
Alan Dershowitz, a lawyer on President Donald Trump's defense team in the Senate impeachment trial, is commenting on his ties to Jeffrey Epstein.        
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Refusal to stop feeding feral cats could land man in jail
An Arizona man could face possible jail time for a charge relating to his refusal to stop feeding feral cats, authorities said.
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Orange Coast College honors baseball coach John Altobelli after his death in Kobe Bryant helicopter crash
Orange Coast College baseball team honored coach John Altobelli at its season opener, two days after his death in the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash.      
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Jeff Bezos, Lauren Sanchez lunch with Anna Wintour and more star snaps
Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez chat with fashion's most powerful editor, George R.R. Martin emerges for lunch and more...
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EU parliament gives final approval to Brexit deal
The European Parliament on Wednesday gave its final approval to Britain's divorce deal from the bloc, paving the way for Brexit to take place on Friday.
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Face Masks: What Doctors Say About Their Role In Containing Coronavirus
The first step in answering that question is to clarify which kinds of masks we're talking about.
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Goldman Sachs vows to slash traders in first-ever investor meeting
Goldman Sachs staged its first-ever investor day on Wednesday, pledging to become more transparent as it plows into consumer banking and slashes costs at its once-mighty trading unit. The famously secretive megabank led by Chief Executive David Solomon said it’s angling to achieve a 13-percent return on equity within the next three years, up from...
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Wreck of Titanic was hit by a submarine but US kept it quiet
The wreck of the Titanic was struck by a submarine hired by a British adventure company, but the US government kept the incident a secret, according to a report. The Titanic’s remains were hit by the $35 million Triton when “intense and highly unpredictable currents” caused the operator to lose control, the expedition leader admitted...
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Barbie Fashionistas Dolls With Vitiligo and Hair Loss Launched by Mattel
Barbie has been selling dolls across the world since 1959.
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Kirk Cousins on Kyle Rudolph pushing off against the Saints: 'I don't believe he did'
SportsPulse: We went one-on-one with Kirk Cousins to ask if he thinks he had his best season yet and if Kyle Rudolph pushed off.        
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Democrats double down on push for witnesses
As the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump shifts to questions from senators, Democrats double down on their push for witnesses. (Jan. 29)       
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Federer no se entrenó para preparar su duelo contra Djokovic
Federer nunca se ha retirado en un partido de tenis en el que haya saltado a la pista
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British police use Dolly Parton Challenge to find suspects
Cops in Cleveland, England, shared four images of a suspect, deeming each appropriate for his profiles on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram or Tinder.
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Anchor's tribute to Kobe Bryant inspires #GirlDad
"I would have five more girls if I could," Bryant told ESPN's Elle Duncan two years ago. "I'm a girl dad."
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Trump's pattern of turning on officials he hired
President Donald Trump blasted former national security adviser John Bolton in a series of tweets, despite praising Bolton only weeks prior. CNN's Chris Cillizza explains how it follows a similar pattern for Trump and officials he hired.
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Havasupai Falls: Everything you need to know about the stunning Arizona experience
Here are answers to the most common questions about hiking to the world-famous Havasu Falls: Costs, permits, lodge reservations and difficulty.        
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Head of GOP Senate campaign committee blasts Doug Collins' challenge to Sen. Loeffler as 'selfishness'
"The shortsightedness in this decision is stunning," said National Republican Senatorial Committee director Kevin McLaughlin in a statement.       
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U.S. officials praise Chinese transparency on virus — up to a point
The country has been far more open than during the SARS crisis — but scientists want to know more.
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U.S. working 'closely' with China on coronavirus: Trump
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he had spoken with Chinese President Xi Jinping and the United States was working "very closely" with China on the coronavirus outbreak.
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Experts cite weather, the 'largest killer in aviation,' as likely key factor in Kobe Bryant helicopter crash
The pilot had a choice to turn back, begin flying using the helicopter's instruments and find a nearby airport, or press on. The pilot continued the flight.
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Man Facing Marijuana Possession Charge Smokes Marijuana in Court
Spencer Alan Boston appeared in court Monday charged with possession of marijuana but found himself in hot water after he pulled out what appeared to be a joint and lit it up in front of the judge.
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Trump signs USMCA, 'ending the NAFTA nightmare'; key Democrats not invited
President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed a new North American trade agreement during an outdoor ceremony at the White House attended by about 400 guests - but not the key Democrats who helped secure congressional passage of the deal.
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Human spread of virus in three countries outside China worrying: WHO chief
The person-to-person spread of the new coronavirus in three countries - Germany, Vietnam and Japan - is worrying and will be considered by experts reconvened to consider declaring a global emergency, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday.
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SpaceX launches more satellites for its internet constellation
SpaceX's Starlink wants to eventually provide wireless internet to the globe. By the end of 2020, SpaceX plans to have over 1,500 satellites in space.
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NFL great Charles Woodson fields offers in Florida
In Orlanda, Fla., retired cornerback Charles Woodson has put his two-story home on the market for $714,900.
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Nikki Bella and Brie Bella are both pregnant
Nikki Bella and Brie Bella are pregnant.
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Last moments of Kobe Bryant's flight appear to be captured on audio recording
A Calabasas resident's front-porch camera appears to have captured audio of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant.
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Kristen Bell details 'incredible' argument with Dax Shepherd: 'It was an angry, angry fight'
Kristen Bell recalled an argument she had with husband Dax Shepherd about helping with household duties.        
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No, coronavirus isn’t linked to Corona beer, can’t be cured with bleach
Google Trends searches suggest otherwise.
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Gusty winds lash Southern California
Breezy conditions are expected to stick around for at least the next day or so, according to the National Weather Service.
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Muguruza y Halep chocarán en semifinales de Australia
Halep está en las semifinales del Abierto de Australia por segunda vez en tres años
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'The Good Place' Series Finale: D'Arcy Carden on Filming the Show's Last Episode and the One Prop She Kept
"The Good Place" series finale airs on January 30. D'Arcy Carden, who plays Janet, spoke to Newsweek about her five years on the series.
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Why Cuba is watching America's election race so closely
Cuba is "prepared" for the possibility of Donald Trump's reelection and the continuation of crushing US sanctions against the island, according to Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel.
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Shaq led 'Kobe' chant with Lakers fans outside Staples Center
Shaquille O'Neal led a "Kobe" chant with Lakers fans outside Staples Center after giving an emotional tribute to his former teammate.       
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Chief Justice Roberts will not be silent. But the questions he asks will not be his
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