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'Riverdale': Why Skeet Ulrich's Exit Might Confirm That Jughead is Dead
"Riverdale" is seeing two of its parents leave as the actors behind F.P. Jones and Hermione Lodge confirm they are exiting The CW show. Could this be a sign of big changes in Season 4 and Season 5?
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Castro Trends After Bernie Sanders Praises Cuban Leader's Literacy Program
The Vermont senator told '60 Minutes' that he opposed Castro's authoritarianism, but admitted he did good things for Cuba.
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US officials to begin extradition proceedings against Assange in London courthouse
U.S. authorities say WikiLeaks’ activities put American lives in danger. Assange argues he was acting as a journalist entitled to First Amendment protection, and says the leaked documents exposed U.S. military wrongdoing. Among the files published by WikiLeaks was video of a 2007 Apache helicopter attack by American forces in Baghdad that killed 11 people, including two Reuters journalists.
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India gives Trump the spectacle he loves
The president got an adulation-filled welcome featuring scores of dancers, Bollywood stars and and even his own rally playlist.
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China postpones parliament for 1st time in decades amid coronavirus outbreak
China has postponed the its most important political gathering as the country struggles to contain a deadly coronavirus outbreak, according to state media.
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Snowstorms and Thunderstorms to Hit the U.S. as Two Storm Systems Clash in Midwest
Winter storm watches have been issued for Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin.
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#WeLoveYouBTS Trends As BTS Talk About Meaning of 'Map of the Soul: 7' in YouTube Press Conference Held Amid Coronavirus Fears
The South Korean K-pop sensation opened up about overcoming the pressures and fears they have faced in their seven-year career so far and how it's captured in their latest album.
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Skeptic of world being round dies in California rocket crash
A California man who said he wanted to fly to the edge of outer space to see if the world is round has died after his home-built rocket blasted off into the desert sky and plunged back to earth.
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Hormone Blocker Sticker Shock: Kids Drug Costs 8 Times More Than One For Adults
Two nearly identical drug implants have very different prices. The one for kids has a list price of $37,300. For adults, it's $4,400. A dad fought for his daughter to be able to get the cheaper drug.
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They Fell In Love Helping Drug Users. But Fear Kept Him From Helping Himself
Sarah and Andy were in love and also advocates, determined to keep drug users from dying. But when his own addiction reemerged, Andy's fear of returning to prison kept him from the best treatment.
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WHO says it no longer uses 'pandemic' category, but virus still emergency
The World Health Organization no longer uses the term pandemic, but the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak remains an international emergency that is likely to spread further, a spokesman said on Monday.
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Fourth Italian dies from coronavirus in worst flare-up outside Asia
A fourth person infected with the coronavirus has died in Italy, officials said on Monday as the government struggled to contain an outbreak of the illness and financial markets slid on fears over the economic impact.
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Today on Fox News: Feb. 24, 2020
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National Tortilla Chip Day: 5 recipes you can make with tortilla chips
Finally! An excuse to eat nothing but tortilla chips morning, noon and night.
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Mardi Gras in New Orleans: 10 do's and don'ts for tourists looking to celebrate like a local
Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans are in full swing.
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'Prodigal Son' star Lou Diamond Phillips reveals the one specific item he asked to have on-set
Lou Diamond Phillips shared his one special on-set request as his character, Gil, is a "proud New Yorker." 
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Off The Record: Trump Administration Criticized For How It Keeps Documents
Activists say the White House has failed to keep notes of the president's meetings with foreign leaders, and that immigration records could be destroyed.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Illustrator Starts Drawing Off The Page, And On Bodies
Eric Talbot has been drawing for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle franchise since the 1980s. Now, he's using his steady hand to ink tattoos.
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Hmong Leaders Rally Against Trump Administration Deportation Push
The State Department is negotiating with Laos to deport thousands of Hmong who broke the law in the U.S. — even if they've already served their time.
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Get free pancakes Tuesday for IHOP National Pancake Day and enter 'Pancakes for Life' contest
IHOP's annual Pancake Day freebie giveaway is Tuesday. Get free pancakes and enter the restaurant's "Pancakes for Life" contest.       
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Dozens of ancient Egyptian graves found with rare clay coffins
Archaeologists have discovered 83 graves from ancient Egypt, but the human remains weren't interred in sarcophagi, as is often the case. Rather, the deceased were buried in clay coffins, according to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. 
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D.C.-area forecast: Mild but cloudier with some showers through midweek, then feeling more like winter
The mild air sticks around into midweek, as do increasing clouds and a more unsettled pattern.
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Country music sexism: Women fight for equality on the airwaves, and country radio shrugs
Country music radio needs a refresher course in American values like equality and justice for all. That include women and the airwaves.       
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Los Angeles prepares to honor Kobe Bryant one last time at Staples Center memorial service
Everything you need to know about Monday's Kobe Bryant memorial service at Staples Center.
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Lora Ries: Immigration self-reliance rule begins – ignore scare tactics, here's what it really means
If you think that means poor immigrants must now abandon all hope of entering the U.S. or becoming permanent residents, think again.
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Why Republicans Always Win
One group is drafting the conservative legislation to refashion state-level politics.
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Here's what you should know about US-India relations
As US President Donald Trump makes his first ever visit to India, CNN takes a look at the relationship between the two countries.
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China postpones annual meeting of parliament: state TV
China's top legislative body has formally decided to postpone the annual meeting of parliament originally scheduled to start on March 5, state TV reported on Monday, amid a coronavirus outbreak that has infected more than 70,000 in the country.
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Trump arrives in India, addresses huge rally crowd
Trump landed in India Monday morning.
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Bernie Sanders Most Popular in New York State, But Mike Bloomberg Leads in NYC
"Bernie is trouncing with younger voters and Mike has a commanding lead with older voters," said Siena poll spokesman Steve Greenberg.
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Oil prices slide over 3% on demand concerns as virus spreads
Oil prices tumbled by more than 3% on Monday, as the rapid spread of a coronavirus in several countries outside China left investors concerned about a hit to demand.
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Tyson Fury Meeting Donald Trump Would Be 'a Great Point to Bow Out,' Says Boxer's Dad
Fury claimed the WBC heavyweight belt after stopping Deontay Wilder in seven rounds on Saturday night in Las Vegas.
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Sanders defends Fidel Castro's socialist Cuba in new interview; Trump addresses massive rally in India
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Pelosi’s ally, the underdog and the next-in-line: Dems battle to lead spending panel
Rosa DeLauro, Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Marcy Kaptur have stepped up their outreach months before Democrats will even vote.
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Trump's 'America First' quest meets its match in India
The president is expected to leave India without even a mini-deal next week because of New Delhi's reluctance to yield on its protectionist policies.
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The United States of Anxiety
There’s one thing that unites voters across the political chasm separating Bernie Sanders from Donald Trump: They’re all deeply unsettled by the present state of affairs in America.
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EU says not yet planning travel restrictions over virus
The European Commission said on Monday the European Union was not yet considering suspending travel within the border-free Schengen area after an outbreak of coronavirus in Italy, but it was preparing contingency plans.
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Opinion | Are Carbon Credits Vanishing Into Thin Air?
The IRS is writing rules for fossil fuel companies who say they are storing carbon dioxide underground. Will anyone check?
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Twelve dead and up to 61 infected with coronavirus in Iran - deputy health minister
Twelve people have died and up to 61 have been infected with the new coronavirus, Iran's Deputy Health Minister Iraj Harirchi said during a news conference on state TV on Monday.
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'Hunters' Ending Explained: What Happened at the End of the Series and What It Means for Season 2
"Hunters" Season 1 ended with a series of cliffhangers that sent the cast across the world and introduced a major new villain into the Amazon Prime Video series.
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Texas Flea Market Shooting During Family-Friendly Dance Leaves Seven Injured, One Arrested
A man was detained after the shooting inside a flea market in the 8700 block of Airline Drive in Houston, the Harris County Sheriff's Office said.
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Large parts of China ease coronavirus curbs, many report no new cases
Urged to restore economic activity by President Xi Jinping, large parts of China relaxed curbs on transport and travel on Monday as reported new cases of coronavirus outside the worst-hit province fell to the lowest in a month.
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Significant snowstorm to impact the Midwest
One of the most significant snowstorms of the season is taking shape for the Midwest and Great Lakes. CNN Meteorologist Karen Maginnis will let us know who can expect the heaviest snow. .
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This Day in History: Feb. 24
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Trump says U.S. keen to boost defense equipment sales to India
U.S. President Donald Trump vowed on Monday to boost trade ties between the United States and India, and said the United States was prepared to supply India with defense equipment ranging from drones to helicopters and missile systems.
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The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum Is Not a Fan of Amazon’s Hunters
The “human chess” scene in the first episode never actually took place.
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With Sanders, Democrats choose revolution over resistance
Democrats are on the cusp of making a very important decision after Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' decisive win in Saturday's Nevada caucuses. Faced with a choice between moderates promising a way back to the pre-Donald Trump era -- the resistance -- and Sanders' revolutionary vision for a radically different America, voters are choosing revolution.
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