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POGO workers get bigger salaries than call center employees

Workers in online casinos in the Philippines received higher salaries than those employed in call centers.
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Why Hillary Clinton is the world’s greatest gift to Republicans
Remember when Jimmy Carter published a whiny, self-serving book about his political downfall called “What Happened”? Remember when Mike Dukakis pushed filmmakers to do a four-hour fan documentary about himself? Remember when George H.W. Bush mocked Bill Clinton at the Grammys? Yeah, me neither. Previous losing presidential candidates had the dignity to back off and...
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Senate impeachment trial live updates: Trump’s legal team mounts his defense
President Trump's legal team begins their first day of opening arguments on Saturday at his Senate trial after three days of arguments from House managers.
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Tracker: Follow Tiger Woods at Farmers Insurance Open Round 3
Tiger Woods enters the third round six shots off the pace and paired with Tyler McCumber and Chris Baker. See how he's faring in round 3.       
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Inside the horrific, inhumane animal markets behind pandemics like coronavirus
It’s a sickly, almost sweet and nauseating smell of death. Once inside, the fetid stench -- made worse by blistering temperatures and zero refrigeration -- is overwhelming, and it is places like this were the deadly coronavirus originated.
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Cuomo was never going to let Andy Byford fix New York City’s subway
To Cuomo’s chagrin, New Yorkers took a swift liking to Byford, a tireless and task-obsessed Englishman with a gentle accent that somehow gave us more confidence in the subways than any home-grown voice.
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Xi says China faces 'grave situation' as virus death toll hits 41
President Xi Jinping said China was facing a "grave situation" as the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak jumped to 41, overshadowing celebrations of the Lunar New Year that began on Saturday.
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3-year-old girl's Target, Starbucks-themed playroom goes viral: 'This is so cute!'
You can never start an addiction to caffeine and consumerism too young.
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Democrat Schiff's 'head on a pike' comment draws outrage from GOP senators
Several Senate Republicans are vehemently disputing an anonymously sourced report that the White House has threatened to punish Republicans who vote against Trump.
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Arch Manning, nephew of Eli and Peyton, meets with LSU after incredible freshman season
Not bad for the next Mann up. Fourteen-year-old Arch Manning, the New Orleans high school freshman quarterback already destined for NFL greatness like uncles Eli and Peyton, and grandfather Archie, met with LSU national-championship winning head coach Ed Orgeron on Tuesday as he continues to weigh his college options, according to the website 247sports.com. Arch,...
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Grammy-nominated gospel star Joseph Habedank details battle with addiction and how MusiCares saved his life
Joseph Habedank has a lot to be thankful for aside from the fact he is nominated for his second-ever Grammy award for best roots gospel album with "Deeper Oceans."
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A hippo named Fiona just received the sweetest birthday gift from her boyfriend Timothy
Hip hip hooray! Fiona, Cincinnati Zoo's most famous hippo, just turned three.
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Head of press regulator advised Kazakh regime that suppresses free speech
New Ipso chief Lord Faulks worked at commercial court under former authoritarian leader Nursultan NazarbayevThe new head of the UK’s independent press regulator has been criticised for providing legal assistance to an authoritarian regime notorious for the arbitrary arrests of journalists, shutting down of newspapers and state censorship.Lord Faulks QC, who became chair of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) this month, was among a number of the judiciary hired in 2018 to help run a commercial court in Kazakhstan under the authoritarian leadership of the then president, Nursultan Nazarbayev. Continue reading...
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5G expansion is giving this industry a boost
Technical advances in cellphone service have sparked a demand for climbers with technical skills and strong stomachs to install new gear atop cellphone towers.
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Woman kills retired state trooper, injures 2 others in cigar lounge shooting
Three Illinois state troopers were shot, one fatally, in a Chicago-area cigar lounge shooting.
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Doctor at hospital in Wuhan dies after treating patients with coronavirus
A doctor working at a hospital in Wuhan, China — treating patients stricken with the coronavirus — died Saturday morning. Liang Wudong, 62, died after he was infected with Wuhan coronavirus. Wudong retired last year from his position as the head of the ear, nose and throat department at one of Wuhan’s top hospitals, the...
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For the rich and famous, there's no silver bullet to avoid phone hacks
The world might be turning to technology to solve everything from traffic to dating, but no one app or gadget will save the rich and famous from falling prey to cyberattacks, according to digital security experts.
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President Trump's attorney accuses Democrats of trying to interfere with 2020 election
Pat Cipollone, part of President Donald Trump's legal defense team, summarized their defense during their opening arguments on January 25, 2020.        
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Locust outbreak in Kenya is worst in 70 years
"Even cows are wondering what is happening," said Ndunda Makanga, who spent hours Friday trying to chase the locusts from his farm.
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Meet the fearless female drag kings of conservative Africa
At this point, most people know about drag queens — thanks, RuPaul! — but fewer are aware of drag kings: women who dress as men. There are thriving drag-king scenes in London, New York, Paris, Los Angeles — and, most subversively, Brazzaville in the Republic of Congo, where these women are out-dancing, out-posing and out-dressing...
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'New David Beckham' forced to clarify comments after PR bomb
The arrival of Javier Hernandez at Los Angeles Galaxy was treated as a seminal moment for Major League Soccer and for the club.
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Defense at Senate trial says removing Trump would be 'very dangerous'
Lawyers for U.S. President Donald Trump told his Senate impeachment trial on Saturday that Democrats' efforts to remove the president from office would set a "very, very dangerous" precedent in an election year.
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Spacewalkers close to fixing cosmic ray detector
Spacewalking astronauts worked to complete repairs to a cosmic ray detector outside the International Space Station on Saturday and give it new life. (Jan. 25)       
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Over 2,000 Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled Due to Possible Contamination With Plastic
According to the recall, there have been no reports of adverse reactions from consuming these products.
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Man gunned down in Brooklyn apartment lobby
The victim, who was 28, had been arguing with an unidentified man just before 5 a.m. in the building on Rockaway Ave. near Livonia Ave. in Brownsville, officials said.
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Over 97,000 Gallons of Red Wine Spilled Out of a California Winery
The amount of the spill would almost be enough to fill 500,000 standard wine bottles
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'Absolutely nothing wrong': Quotes from the fifth day of Trump's impeachment trial
The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump in the U.S. Senate entered its fifth day and a new phase on Saturday as Trump's legal team began to lay out its defense.
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'RHOC' star Vicki Gunvalson leaving show after 14 seasons: 'I will always be the OG of the OC'
"The Real Housewives of Orange County" star Vicki Gunvalson has announced that she is leaving the show after 14 seasons.
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Delta Air Lines fined $50G over claims it discriminated against Muslim passengers
DOT found Delta Air Lines to have violated anti-bias laws after the airline removed three Muslim passengers from flights.
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NYPD cop and fiancee allegedly froze 8-year-old autistic son to death, police said
NYPD officer Michael Valva allegedly left his 8-year-old son in the freezing garage overnight.
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The 10 craziest Nicolas Cage performances, ranked (including his new movie 'Color Out of Space')
Nicolas Cage is busting out the crazy for his new horror film "Color Out of Space,' so we're ranking all the films where the actor went "full Cage."        
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Is 'SNL' on Tonight? Watch Adam Driver Host 'Saturday Night Live'
Halsey will perform on the 2020 opener.
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Fire Thought to Have Destroyed 85,000 Historic Artifacts in New York Chinatown Museum
Almost all of the priceless collection was likely wiped out.
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Even Before Mike Pompeo’s Blowup, State Department Insiders Were Feeling Undermined
Trump's impeachment is causing collateral damage that reaches far beyond the White House, interviews suggest.
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Elderly Woman Survives Fall From 7th Story Apartment Window After Landing on Crate of Fruit and Vegetables
Barbara Heller, 76, accidentally fell after leaning out of the window of her apartment in Manhattan's Upper East Side.
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How European cities are tackling overtourism in 2020
With Europe second only to Asia as the fastest growing regional tourist destination, cities across the continent are stepping up efforts to curb overcrowding and improve conditions for locals.
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Family of Connecticut man fatally shot by state police demands trooper's prosecution
The family of a Connecticut man fatally shot by a state trooper is calling for the officer to be fired and criminally prosecuted.
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NBC Orders ‘Ordinary Joe’ Drama Pilot From ‘House’ Creators
20th Century Fox TV will partner with Russel Friend and Garrett Lerner as well as The Batman writer/director Matt Reeves on the series.
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Pompeo says NPR host 'lied to me' but does not dispute he shouted, cursed at her after interview
Sec. Pompeo did not dispute Kelly's most explosive allegation: that he shouted and swore at her and suggested Americans don't care about Ukraine.       
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Elizabeth Hurley sizzles in hot pink bikini
Elizabeth Hurley doesn't just design her own bikinis, she models them.
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Astros cheating whistleblower Mike Fiers emerges from scandal
Oakland Athletics pitcher Mike Fiers, the MLB whistleblower whose revelations about the Astros’ sign-stealing rocked the sport, on Friday made his first public appearance since three managers and one general manager lost their jobs amid the cheating scandal. But the former Astros hurler doesn’t appear ready to discuss the fallout of his comments to The...
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Chinese coronavirus outbreak sparks evacuation of US citizens, diplomats from Wuhan: report
The U.S. government is sending a charter flight to the Chinese city of Wuhan Sunday in an effort to evacuate its citizens and diplomats as the country continues to battle an outbreak of the coronavirus that has already killed 41 people and infected over 1,300 more, reports say.
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Arizona could ban trans females from sports teams
The proposed law is the latest on a growing list of anti-transgender bills in various states.
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They Shared a Bunk Bed Growing Up. Both Were Killed by the Police.
How the shooting of one brother paved the way for the other’s death, seven years later.
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Fox News' Sean Hannity to interview President Trump before the Super Bowl
While the interview likely will be pre-taped, Trump is expected to fly in Palm Beach County Friday, then stay at his Mar-a-Lago estate.       
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Arizona driver caught in HOV lane with skeleton riding shotgun
Arizona state troopers patrolling a highway HOV lane weren’t fooled when they came across a vehicle occupied by a driver and a partially-clothed skeleton.
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Trump's legal team go after Schiff over his reading of Ukraine call transcript
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Lev Parnas claims he has audio of Trump ordering Ukraine ambassador's firing
"Get rid of her. Get her out tomorrow. I don't care. Get her out tomorrow," President Trump said, in a recording released Friday.
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Trump's legal team starts impeachment defense
President Donald Trump's lawyers opened their impeachment trial defense on Saturday by asserting that he did nothing wrong when he asked Ukraine to investigate a political rival, Joe Biden. They accused prosecutors of omitting key evidence. (Jan. 25)       
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