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Paolo Bonolis, la maledizione è in sardo ma lui non capisce e ringrazia

Giovanni Malas, un concorrente della trasmissione 'Avanti un altro' proveniente da Cuglieri, in provincia di Oristano, ha rivolto al conduttore una malediazione nella sua lingua natìa spacciandola per poesia


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If this ruling stands, New York housing construction will grind to a halt
If City Hall sits idly by as judges keep rewriting the zoning code, Mayor Bill de Blasio can kiss all his affordable-housing plans goodbye. Indeed, the entire housing market will take a dive. The latest, most outrageous ruling came from Justice W. Franc Perry this month: He effectively ordered the top 20 floors shaved off...
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Polls: Voters see Sanders as best candidate to beat Trump, leads with black voters nationally
Two national Morning Consult polls show Sanders surging. In South Carolina, a state Biden needs to a win, a NBC News/Marist poll shows him narrowly ahead with African-Americans        
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Gerrit Cole tantalizes in first taste of Yankees game action
The sample size was small, but so far the Yankees’ $324 million man is living up to the hype. Gerrit Cole made his Yankees Grapefruit League debut Monday, and pitched a scoreless first inning against the the Pirates at George M. Steinbrenner Field. Cole, who was signed by the Yankees to a historic nine-year deal...
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Landowner fights de Blasio’s Union Square hotel zoning plan
A landowner has filed a court petition over Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plans to implement stricter zoning laws for new hotels in Union Square following allegations that the policy is a favor to a politically-connected union. Landowner ELK MAS 86 East 10th LLC wants a judge to overturn the city’s findings that the mayor’s plan...
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'It's really difficult this year': Democrats still undecided ahead of South Carolina primary
With a still-crowded field, many voters are still looking at the options for the Democratic primary.        
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Dagen McDowell blasts 'talking heads' as 'tools for Putin' over disputed Russian election interference reports
"The Five" discussed the media reaction to reports on Russia's involvement or prospective involvement in the 2020 presidential election Monday, with particular focus on cable news channels CNN and MSNBC.
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The only way to stop Bernie Sanders
Democratic voters clearly aren’t buying the “electability” argument against Bernie Sanders, and they may be right. But the real question is: Are his rivals willing to make a serious policy case against him? We don’t think James Carville is wrong to pooh-pooh the theory that Sanders will “galvanize heretofore sleepy parts of [the] electorate” to...
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'Mission: Impossible 7' movie production pauses over coronavirus concerns
Production on the seventh “Mission: Impossible” film has been halted over growing concerns attributed to the Coronavirus.
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NFL combine could answer some Chargers questions as they revamp roster
After parting ways with Philip Rivers, the NFL combine is significant for the Chargers as they transition their roster at quarterback and offensive line
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Opinion: Michael Jordan makes rare appearance to share story of rare friendship with Kobe Bryant
The bond Michael Jordan shared with his "little brother" reflected their on-court battles - one of respect, competition and being the best.      
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Here’s why the stock market sunk 1,000 points today
To understand why there was a huge decline in the stock market on Monday, you have to understand what happened last week. News that the coronavirus was spreading was hardly a secret a week ago. Cases were spreading throughout China and other parts of the Far East. Italy had a problem. Cruise ships saw the...
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Compost your departed loved one and save the planet, L.A. lawmaker says
"Human composting," an eco-friendly alternative to traditional burial or cremation, was approved in Washington state last year.
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Mike Bloomberg's campaign office vandalized
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Exhibition baseball may be meaningless, but you can bet on it
Underdogs do better in exhibition games than they do during the regular season.
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Why Some NFL Players Might Support a 17-Game Season
Not a great deal for the stars, maybe an OK deal for everyone else.
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Harvey Weinstein guilty verdicts are a huge win for #MeToo, civilization 
At 67, Harvey Weinstein is facing a sentence of five to 29 years. Another trial to come, in California, could easily add to his time up the river. It’s justice for his accusers but, more important, a message to the misogyny of the past. There can be no more casting couches. No more “boys will...
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Ross Stripling makes his spring debut in Dodgers' exhibition tie with White Sox
Ross Stripling tossed a scoreless first inning, Mookie Betts delivered his first two hits as a Dodger in the team's 2-2 exhibition tie with the Chicago White Sox on Monday.
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Petition to airlines: Kids should sit with their parents
Without airplane seat assignments, children may end up separated from their parents. That's unacceptable, says Consumer Reports. The organization has launched a petition asking airlines to seat families together with no extra fees.
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Dow ends down 3.5% on coronavirus fears, worst drop in two years
The Dow dropped more than 1,000 points — its worst single-day point drop in two years — as the coronavirus epidemic spread beyond China and world leaders warned it could dampen global economic growth. The Dow Jones industrial average on Monday ended the day down 1,031.40 points, or 3.56 percent, to 27,960.80 as the virus’s...
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Coronavirus fear sickens stock market, spreads need to diversify manufacturing
Wuhan virus should force manufacturers to become less reliant on just China. U.S. companies with operations there not running at full force: Our view        
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Skis fly free: Southwest Airlines adding flights to Steamboat Springs, Colorado
The airline plans to offer seasonal daily nonstop flights to popular ski destination Steamboat Springs, Colorado, in late 2020       
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Greg Gutfeld rips Hollywood community for protecting Weinstein: Never 'lecture us about morality again'
"The Five" co-host Greg Gutfeld called out the Hollywood community Monday for protecting disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein after he was found guilty by a Manhattan jury of rape and sexual assault.
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Coronavirus shuts Venice's Carnival and threatens Italy's economy
It is unclear how the virus reached Italy. Milan, the nation's business capital, has been hit hard, as well as cities in the surrounding Lombardy region.
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Harvey Weinstein guilty: Read what Jessica Mann, Miriam Haleyi say he did in their own words
Read accounts shared by Miriam Haleyi and Jessica Mann when they took the stand in a New York courtroom before Harvey Weinstein's guilty verdict.        
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Joe Burrow Jokes About 'Retirement' Because of His 'Tiny Hands' Before the NFL Combine
"Considering retirement after I was informed the football will be slipping out of my tiny hands. Please keep me in your thoughts," Joe Burrow wrote on Monday.
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Tears, laughs and love: The best moments from Kobe and Gianna Bryant's memorial service
SportsPulse: Thousands upon thousands gathered in Los Angeles at the Staples Center to memorialize Kobe and Gianna Bryant. The service had everything from laughs to heartfelt moments.      
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Coronavirus, Weinstein, Kobe Bryant: Your Monday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Daily trail markers: South Carolina Democratic debate edition
What to watch for from the candidates in Tuesday night's debate.
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Bahrain civil aviation suspends flights from Dubai airport and Sharjah airport for 48 hours
Bahrain civil aviation authority on Monday suspended all its flights from Dubai airport and Sharjah airport for 48 hours over coronavirus fears.
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Controversial "public charge" rule takes effect, reshaping legal immigration in U.S.
The Trump administration's new "public charge" policy went into effect nationwide Monday, after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the plan. Axios reporter Stef Kight and Wall Street Journal reporter Natalie Andrews spoke to CBSN's "Red and Blue" about the impact of the rule change, and the rest of Congress' legislative agenda following impeachment.
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Harvey Weinstein charged in two sex crimes, reactions from inside and outside courtroom
Disgraced mogul, Harvey Weinstein, has been convicted of two charges of rape. Here are the reactions and what to expect next.       
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Congressman: Why I'm endorsing Mike Bloomberg
Democratic Congressman Josh Gottheimer is endorsing Mike Bloomberg for President. He argues that, "We need an experienced, proven leader who has big ideas, will fight to get things done, and knows how to work with -- and win votes from -- Democrats, Republicans, and Independents."
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Bernie Sanders Takes Biggest National Lead Of Campaign After Nevada Win, New Poll Shows
Bernie Sanders saw an increase of 4 percentage points since the Las Vegas Democratic debate last week; Elizabeth Warren was the only other candidate to see an increase.
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ICYMI: Trump's massive India rally
President Donald Trump traveled abroad to India and received a very special treat: A large crowd of supporters.
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Did Kobe Bryant memorial feature the greatest collection of basketball talent?
The Kobe Bryant memorial was attended by many of the biggest names in NBA and WNBA history, including active players who had games Monday night.        
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Latinos dueños de pequeños negocios se han convertido en una fuerza económica en EEUU
Los latinos dueños de pequeños negocios son el grupo de emprendedores con mayor crecimiento en los Estados Unidos.        
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'Puro cash': Latinos are opening more small businesses than anyone else in the US
Despite the "opportunity gap" between Latinos and other Americans, Latinos have become the fastest-growing small business owners across the U.S.        
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How to Watch 'The Voice' Season 18 Premiere: Live Stream, Channel and More Show Info
Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend are back as coaches, along with newcomer Nick Jonas.
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Wendy Makes the Case for Studio Meddling
Filmmaker Benh Zeitlin’s follow-up to Beasts of the Southern Wild might have benefited from more adult supervision.
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U.S. safety board to issue new recommendations in probe of fatal Tesla Autopilot crash
The National Transportation Safety Board will hold a public hearing on Tuesday to establish the probable cause of a fatal March 2018 Tesla Autopilot crash in California and will issue a series of safety recommendations, two people briefed on the matter said on Monday.
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Ted Cruz slams California governor's 'leftist mind' for housing prescriptions tweet
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, criticized California Gov. Gavin Newsom's recent suggestion that doctors should be able to write prescriptions for housing similar to the way they do for medicine. 
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Fintech company Intuit to buy Credit Karma for $7.1 billion
Inuit has agreed to acquire Credit Karma for approximately $7.1 billion in cash and stocks, the companies announced Monday.
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Trump says coronavirus is ‘under control,’ stock market looks ‘very good’
President Donald Trump said Monday that the spread of the deadly coronavirus was “under control” in the US and that the stock market looked “very good” to him — following a dismal day on Wall Street partly due to the illness. “The Coronavirus is very much under control in the USA,” Trump tweeted from India...
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Column: David Mamet just tested a new play in L.A. Why you didn't hear about it
David Mamet brought "The Christopher Boy's Communion" to the Odyssey Theatre with Rebecca Pidgeon, William H. Macy, Clark Gregg and Fionnula Flanagan.
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Bloomberg Rips Sanders Over Castro Remarks, Says His Legacy Is 'Poverty, Firing Squads,' Not 'Literacy Program'
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg tore into Senator Bernie Sanders on Twitter Monday, criticizing comments the senator had made in support of literacy education in Cuba that was introduced by communist leader Fidel Castro.
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Poll: Democrats underperforming with black voters
More than one-third of those surveyed expressed a desire for ‘someone else’ to run for president.
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Deontay Wilder wants Tyson Fury trilogy, vows towel-throw ‘consequences’
Deontay Wilder isn’t done with Tyson Fury and seemingly has a bone to pick with plenty of others after losing his championship to the British heavyweight. Wilder, who was stopped by Fury via TKO in the seventh round on Saturday night in Las Vegas for his first professional defeat, told The Athletic on Monday that...
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UPDATE 1-U.S. still eyeing ways to curb sales to Huawei after Trump's chipmaker comments -sources
U.S. government officials are still considering ways to further curb sales to China's Huawei Technologies, despite President Donald Trump's tweets and comments last week in support of sales to China, according to people familiar with the matter.
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