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Paul Pogba's Man Utd absence explained as Donny van de Beek takes his chance

Paul Pogba missed Tuesday's Champions League win over Istanbul Basaksehir - and now faces fresh doubts over his role in the team after Donny van de Beek impressed in his absence
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Transcript: Dr. Deborah Birx on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with former White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx that aired Sunday, January 24, 2021, on "Face the Nation."
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Man busted for storing 900 propane tanks in Brooklyn warehouse
The manager of a Brooklyn warehouse was charged with reckless endangerment after fire inspectors nabbed him with a stash of more than 900 propane cylinders, officials said. Mohamed Mohamed, 58, who runs the Gowanus warehouse, was arrested after fire inspectors uncovered the combustible stockpile of 20-pound propane tanks on Friday, the FDNY said on Twitter...
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Prince Andrew’s flagship business ‘is in turmoil’ due to Epstein ties
The flagship business of Prince Andrew is collapsing due to the disgraced duke’s ties to the late financier Jeffrey Epstein
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McGregor sorts through emotions of KO loss: 'It's hard to take'
McGregor opened up about his first knockout loss – a second-round TKO from strikes suffered to Dustin Poirier in the UFC 257 main event.       
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Oklahoma Rep. faces backlash for Bigfoot 'hunting season,' says he's been called an idiot
Leave Bigfoot alone!
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Dr. Fauci Says Biden’s Vaccine Goal Would Cover 67 Million Americans
Fauci, the government’s top infectious diseases expert, said that Biden's goal refers to 100 million shots, not people
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McCarthy: Russia, China Benefitting from New Biden Administration
Saturday, during an appearance of FNC's "Justice," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) evaluated the early decisions made by President Joe Biden and his administration.
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Trump didn’t think, or act, strategically about China. Biden needs to do both.
Chart the wrong course, and the negative consequences for America and the West generally could be crippling.
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Threat of frozen mess Monday evening grows while snow risk Thursday decreases
A coating of snow and sleet could fall around Washington Monday evening with greater amounts to the north.
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Acosta describes covering last day of Trump administration
CNN's Jim Acosta talks with Brian Stelter about covering the final day of President Donald Trump's administration.
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Dr. Deborah Birx on her time in the White House and pandemic politics
In her first interview since leaving the White House, Dr. Deborah Birx, former White House coronavirus response coordinator, reflects on her time at the Trump White House, the politics of the pandemic and more.
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Buccaneers-Packers: How to watch NFC Championship game, time, weather
Two of this generation’s premier quarterbacks will meet in the postseason for the first time Sunday afternoon with a Super Bowl 2021 bid on the line. It will be Tom Brady and the Buccaneers against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks with five combined Associated Press MVP awards and 23...
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Progressives hope for more power in narrowly divided Congress
House progressives are poised to wield their growing influence in the new Congress as the Democratic Party settles in to unified control of Washington for the first time in a decade.
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Conor McGregor needs to make his choice: All in or all out? | Opinion
As UFC 257 showed, simply parachuting in every once in a while simply won't cut it for Conor McGregor.        Related StoriesUFC 257 reaction: Dustin Poirier TKOs Conor McGregor, Michael Chandler wins debutConor McGregor sorts through emotions of UFC 257 knockout loss: 'It's hard to take'Dustin Poirier: No thanks to Michael Chandler, interest in Conor McGregor trilogy or Nate Diaz 
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Packers Vs. Buccaneers Live Stream: How To Watch Packers-Buccaneers Live
It's Tom Brady vs. Aaron Rodgers as the Packers and Buccaneers meet in the NFC Championship!
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘So My Grandma’s A Lesbian!’ On Netflix, A Spanish Comedy With A Big Heart & Stellar Cast
When two women in their 70s tell their families about their plans to get married, things get more than a little complicated.
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Exclusive - Rep. Madison Cawthorn: Democrats 'Trying to Play Political Theatre with Our Nation's Soldiers’
Congressman Madison Cawthorn spoke to Breitbart News about his efforts to provide for the National Guard troops stationed in Washington, DC, prior to the inauguration.
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Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady have embraced cold-weather games with NFC Championship set to be frigid
Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady might be feeling the heat from oncoming defenders during the NFC Championship but there’s at least one thing that won’t give them worries – the frigid temperatures.
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US passes 25 million coronavirus cases
The United States has surpassed 25 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began.
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FNC's Pirro: 'Welcome to the Biden Administration -- Home to the New Slogan, America Last'
Saturday for the "Opening Statement" segment of her Fox News Channel "Justice" program, host Jeanine Pirro criticized several of the early term executive orders signed by President Joe Biden over the past week, which she deemed worthy of the moniker, "America Last."
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69 Percent of Americans Approve Biden's COVID Response in His First Week as President: Poll
The president's mask mandate is supported by 81 percent of the Americans surveyed.
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Stelter: Is Biden making the news boring again?
CNN's Brian Stelter looks at how the news has transitioned to covering the Biden White House during President Joe Biden's first week in office - including hearing from members of former President Donald Trump's coronavirus task force.
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Trump's legal team prepares for Senate impeachment trial as Schumer agrees to delay
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has agreed to delay former President Trump's impeachment trial by two weeks. The House still plans to submit the article of impeachment on Monday, prompting the proceedings to begin. Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig joined CBSN to explain what the former president's legal team may be doing to prepare for the trial and what Democrats need to do to prove the president intended to start an insurrection.
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Bernie Sanders: Dems will use reconciliation to pass Covid relief ‘as soon as we possibly can’
He has been critical of the process in the past.
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Godiva is closing or selling all of its stores in the United States
Luxury chocolatier Godiva is getting out of the brick and mortar business.
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Fauci says goal of 100 million shots in 100 days "is a floor, not a ceiling"
"It's going to be a challenge," Fauci said of accomplishing Mr. Biden's goal of 100 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine in his first 100 days.
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Twin toddlers, grandparents rescued by neighbor in house fire
The cause of the Gaithersburg townhouse fire was probably electrical, officials said.
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Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino celebrates 5 years of sobriety
The "Jersey Shore" star marked the five-year milestone in December.
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States eye allowing concealed carry of guns without a permit
Republican lawmakers in several more states want to loosen gun restrictions by allowing people to carry concealed firearms without having to get a permit, continuing a trend that gun control advocates call dangerous. 
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Deborah Birx denies Biden has been set up for failure on COVID-19 response
Dr. Deborah Birx on Sunday denied that President Biden has been set up to fail in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic — saying it was “important” to her that the new administration receive the necessary tools to tackle the crisis. “If I thought that was true, I wouldn’t be sleeping right now,” Birx told CBS...
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Buccaneers want to keep Antonio Brown for 2021
Antonio Brown could be back for another season in Tampa Bay. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported on Sunday that the Buccaneers want the troubled receiver to return in 2021 after making a positive impact down the stretch. He’s set to become a free agent after the season. Brown, 32, officially joined the team in...
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POLITICO Playbook: The coming backlash against Bidenism
And the GOP civil war continues apace.
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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson warns new COVID variant is more deadly
CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the global impacts of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Food Network Removes ‘Worst Cooks In America’ Season 20 Following Winner’s Child Murder Arrest
Ariel Robinson & her husband Jerry face counts of homicide by child abuse in the death of their adopted daughter.
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Patrick Mahomes still dealing with toe issue ahead of AFC Championship: report
Patrick Mahomes may have cleared the concussion protocol and get the go-ahead to play in the AFC Championship against the Buffalo Bills, but the Kansas City Chiefs star is reportedly still hurting.
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McDonald's customer calls police because she missed breakfast due to long drive-thru line
The police have no authority over breakfast.
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Sanders says Democrats will use reconciliation 'as soon as we possibly can' to pass Covid-19 relief package
Sen. Bernie Sanders, the incoming chairman of the Senate budget committee, told CNN's Dana Bash Democrats will use budget reconciliation "as soon as we possibly can" to pass a Covid-19 relief package by 51 votes in the Senate, rather than 60.
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Eight teams the Detroit Lions should call as they try to trade QB Matthew Stafford
Detroit is apparently moving on from QB Matthew Stafford and will begin taking calls in order to work out a deal. Here are eight possible fits.       
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Birx on the Trump White House, the politics of the pandemic and more
The former White House coronavirus task force coordinator reveals new details about her work to fight the pandemic.
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Trump impeachment trial is 'stupid,' 'bad for the country': Rubio
The Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is "stupid" and "bad for the country," Sen. Marco Rubio said.
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U.S. surpasses 25 million cases of COVID-19
America's infections account for more than one-fourth of the world's cases of COVID-19.
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CDC director admits ‘we don’t have many doses as we’d like’ for New York
The new director of the CDC on Sunday said the US doesn’t have enough COVID-19 vaccines to send to New York “as we would like.” “We don’t have as many doses as we would like now for states like New York for other states that are claiming to have run out of vaccine,” Dr. Rochelle...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Euphoria: Part Two: Jules’ On HBO Max, An Intimate, Devastating Character Study
Hunter Schafer turns in another breathtaking performance in this special installment of Euphoria.
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The press is less patient than the administration on covid relief
Let the process play out.
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Klobuchar: 'More and More Evidence' of Trump's Insurrection Coming in Next Few Weeks
Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) said Sunday on ABC's "This Week" that the public was "going to get more and more evidence over the next few weeks" about former President Donald Trump's involvement in the deadly riots at Capital Hill on January 6.
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Rubio: Trump Impeachment Trial Is 'Stupid' -- Really 'Bad for the Country'
Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) said on this week's broadcast of "Fox News Sunday" that he would vote to dismiss the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump because a Senate trial would be "bad for the country."
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UFC’s lightweight division is thrown into flux by Dustin Poirier’s upset of Conor McGregor
Conor McGregor wants to fight Dustin Poirier again, Khabib Nurmagomedov is retired and Dana White is looking to Michael Chandler.
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The Arizona GOP censures 3 prominent members for not sufficiently supporting Trump
Gov. Doug Ducey spoke at a Make America Great Again campaign rally for then-President Donald Trump in October. Several months later, his own party censured him over some of his positions that didn’t align with the president’s. As the state grows increasingly blue, the Arizona Republican Party is tacking to the right. On Saturday, the Arizona Republican Party decided to censure several of its members. Those members were not the state’s four US House lawmakers who voted to overturn Joe Biden’s victory — a victory a majority of their state voted for. Instead, the state party, led by hardline supporters of former President Donald Trump, censured three of its most prominent members — former Sen. Jeff Flake; Cindy McCain, the widow of former Senator John McCain; and Gov. Doug Ducey — effectively for not following that hard line. Flake, McCain and Ducey were subject to individual resolutions condemning their vocal critiques of Trump. Ducey was also condemned for closing businesses in an attempt to stave off the spread of coronavirus in the state, and for not supporting efforts to overthrow the state’s results in the Nov. 3 presidential race. The measures, taken during a seven hour-long party meeting, are largely symbolic, but demonstrate a rift between the more moderate faction of the state GOP and its members further to the right, with support for Trump serving as the key metric. Arizona was subject to some of the most contentious of the Trump campaign’s legal challenges to the outcome of the November election. Eight statewide lawsuits challenging now-President Joe Biden’s narrow victory in the state were dropped or dismissed. And Republican U.S. lawmakers were in the process of contesting Arizona’s electoral college certification on Wednesday, Jan. 6, when a frenzied mob of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol in an attempt to violently overturn those same results. Biden was the first Democrat in more than 20 years to carry Arizona. The state’s two Senate seats flipped from Republican to Democrat in the last three years as well. Arizona Republicans have had a disappointing few years in national elections, and this divide over aligning with Trump indicates a broader divide within the national Republican party. Lawmakers are left with a choice of continuing to support Trump, with hopes of benefiting from his strong base, or trying to purge him and the vestiges of his leadership from their platform. McCain, Flake, and Ducey represent one wing of the Arizona GOP. Kelli Ward represents another. McCain and Flake have received criticism in the past from their party fellows for being lukewarm on Trump. While still in office, Flake frequently criticized Trump, even while he continued to support many elements of his agenda. Facing a significant primary challenge as a result of his criticisms, he declined to run for reelection in 2018. That seat was won by Democrat Kyrsten Sinema. And McCain’s late husband and Trump had clashed in the senator’s later years. Trump famously criticized John McCain’s military service, mocking the time he had spent as a prisoner of war, and the senator cast a decisive vote against Trump’s attempts to repeal Obamacare. Cindy McCain has since thrown her weight behind opponents of Trump, and is a supporter of same-sex marriage. Flake and McCain also both endorsed Biden’s presidential campaign. On Twitter, McCain called her rebuke a “badge of honor.” It is a high honor to be included in a group of Arizonans who have served our state and our nation so well...and who, like my late husband John, have been censured by the AZGOP. I’ll wear this as a badge of honor.— Cindy McCain (@cindymccain) January 24, 2021 And Flake posted a photograph of himself, McCain and Ducey at Biden’s inauguration, calling them “good company.” Good company pic.twitter.com/1pdgVGE5Ps— Jeff Flake (@JeffFlake) January 24, 2021 Meanwhile, Ducey’s censuring stems from his efforts to restrict the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in his state, as well as his defense of the state’s electoral processes, even as he vocally endorsed Trump. There have been about 718,000 cases of Covid-19 in Arizona to date, and more than 12,000 Arizonans have died from the virus. Alongside the censures, Saturday’s meeting indicates that the Arizona G.O.P. is, as a body, establishing a far-right platform. In addition to censuring three prominent members with more moderate politics, the party also reelected Kelli Ward as state party chair. Ward is a hardline Trump loyalist who campaigned for Flake’s vacant US Senate position in 2018 alongside Mike Cernovich, a propagator of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory. Though she didn’t win the party’s nomination for that Senate seat, she won re-election as chair this weekend, the New York Times reported, after playing a “recorded phone call of Mr. Trump enthusiastically endorsing her.” The party also adopted several stances that situate them at the far reaches of anti-immigration policies, including ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and revoking birthright citizenship. They also adopted a resolution to affirm that there are “only two genders.” While these moves in the state party do not have the weight of a mandate, they may have resonance elsewhere, as the Republican party contends with Trump’s legacy. The view from a former McConnell adviser on the strength of the AZ flex > https://t.co/QNZaIzbdCc— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) January 24, 2021 By that same token, other party leaders attempting to stake out a more moderate path— and possibly their ground in the 2024 GOP presidential primary — may find alignment with the rebuked Arizona leaders. That may be the case for Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican leading a largely blue state who clashed with Trump throughout 2020 over coronavirus resources. Hogan was one of just a few Republican leaders to call for Trump to concede the November election, and, after the attempted insurrection at the Capitol, Hogan called for Trump’s removal from office. On Twitter on Saturday, Hogan criticized Arizona’s Republican Party, managing to get in a dig about the state’s blue 2020. “It’s shameful that a state party would be more focused on condemning Republicans who win elections than actually winning them,” he wrote about the three chastised Arizonans. “We need their voices to rebuild a big tent, principled GOP.” Trump, meanwhile, is considering making the rift he’s revealed in the party even more deeper — he’s reportedly thinking of creating his own political party.
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