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Psaki says cities should mandate masks indoors if COVID rates remain high

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday that cities should implement indoor mask mandates where the level of COVID-19 community transmission is "high."
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Henrik Lundqvist’s best Rangers moments No. 3: Outdueling Carey Price
Leading up to Friday’s ceremony in which the Rangers will retire Henrik Lundqvist’s No. 30 at the Garden, The Post is taking a look at the King’s five best moments during his 15-year career on Broadway.
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Germany is catering to Russia and is a pathetic excuse for a US ally
Germany is blocking aid to Ukraine and supporting Russia's monopolization of gas over Europe.
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Uncle Jack’s Steakhouse wants you to tip the kitchen staff
“I know a lot of my customers would love to give a gratuity to my kitchen,” Willie Degel, owner of Uncle Jack's Steakhouse, told On the Money, adding that he plans to roll the option out at his six eateries in New York and Georgia.
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County Becomes First to Change 'Fully Vaccinated' Definition as CDC Backs Initial Guideline
Proof of a booster shot for COVID-19 will be required in Maui County, Hawaii, for things like restaurants, bars, and gyms.
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U.S. warns of "imminent" Russian attack in Ukraine
The U.S. says a Russian attack on Ukraine could be "imminent." President Biden said Russian President Vladimir Putin could be personally hit with sanctions if Russia invades. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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George Floyd’s last moments detailed by emotional witnesses at cops’ trial
Emotions ran high Tuesday in the second day of the trial of three former Minneapolis cops charged with violating George Floyd’s civil rights as Derek Chauvin fatally kneeled on his neck.
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Florida State Senator Pushes Bill to Make Purchasing or Selling Revenge Porn a Felony
Senator Lauren Book said she has encountered cyberstalking and extortion threats after images of her were stolen and leaked onto the internet.
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LA district attorney criticized for reform policies as murders rise
CNN's Nick Watt reports on the intense scrutiny Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon is facing from law enforcement and other officials due to ongoing crime.
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Biden faces no easy options on Ukraine — and Democrats fret he could look weak
The president’s aides insist that domestic politics are not part of his calculation on the unfolding crisis.
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Biden ignores his own warnings on Ukraine
Too bad he already sent a clear signal that he doesn't really care much about Ukraine — and we don't mean his encouragement last week of a "minor incursion."
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Vachik Mangassarian of 'NCIS,' 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' dies of COVID complications at 78
Vachik Mangassarian, an actor who appeared on "NCIS: Los Angeles," "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and "Curb Your Enthusiasm," has died. He was 78.      
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Antonio Brown says Bucs offered him $200K to seek mental health treatment, posts photo in Ravens uniform
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown is back in the news after being interviewed by Bryant Gumbel in a new edition of "Real Sports" on HBO Max.
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Missouri Businesses Worried GOP Lawmakers Will Take Away Choice for Vaccine Mandate
A group of Missouri businesses expressed concern over bills lawmakers are weighing that could ban them from imposing COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
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David "Big Papi" Ortiz inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame
Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Curt Schilling were denied entry to Cooperstown in their final year of eligibility.
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Tudor's Biscuit World Accused of Firing Employees Who Wanted to Unionize After Vote Fails
Employees at the Elkview, West Virginia, restaurant voted 7-5 against unionizing, and employees say the company tried to dissuade them from unionizing.
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Coca-Cola, Molson Coors unveil alcoholic lemonade drink
Coca-Cola and beer maker Molson Coors have banded together to roll out a new lemonade-flavored alcoholic drink. Simply Spiked Lemonade will hit store shelves this summer with each variety pack containing four flavors — lemonade, strawberry lemonade, watermelon lemonade, and blueberry lemonade. The drinks will be offered in 12-ounce slim cans while other select flavors...
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The Trailer: The other 2024 campaign: Democrats versus Kyrsten Sinema
The campaign to replace Kyrsten Sinema, a sort-of-unexpected retirement in Nashville, and why Democrats are thanking two Trump-appointed judges in Alabama.
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A clear sign that Biden is going to let Iran go nuclear
US Deputy Special Envoy for Iran Richard Nephew and two other diplomats have quit the team negotiating the revival of the nuclear deal with Tehran after their pleas for Team Biden to take a harder line fell on deaf ears.
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New York Times' Nikole Hannah-Jones deletes tweet defending vaccine passports
New York Times journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones deleted a tweet that claimed support for vaccine passports was not the same as voter ID.
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'Go On Home': Internet Backs Homeowner After Neighbor's Child is Injured on Property
"Parents should've been watching their kids and respected your wishes like you asked," one commenter wrote.
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Florida man arrested at Waffle House after alleged outburst over bacon
A Florida man was arrested last Wednesday for allegedly causing a disturbance at a Waffle House over the way his bacon was cooked.
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The US is only the 27th least corrupt country in the world
As Donald Trump prepares to potentially run for his old office in 2024, it's worth looking at what his four years as president -- and his yearlong campaign to undermine the 2020 election results -- meant for the country.
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Beto O'Rourke Calls Abbott's Plan to Send Texas National Guard to Border a $2B 'Stunt'
"This is a political ploy on the part of the governor," O'Rourke said, adding that the Texas National Guard members were "paying the price."
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David Ortiz inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame; Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens were denied
“Big Papi" is headed to Cooperstown.
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US Coast Guard searching for 39 people off Florida coast after their boat reportedly capsized Saturday
US Coast Guard rescue crews are searching for 39 people whose boat reportedly capsized on Saturday night near Fort Pierce, Florida, the agency said on Tuesday.
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Ozzie, the world's oldest male gorilla, found dead at Atlanta zoo. He was 61.
The world's oldest male gorilla and the third-oldest gorilla in the world died this week.       
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Kat Von D’s ‘Cheaper By the Dozen’ movie mansion on sale for $15M
While the over 12,000-square-foot property looked warm and familial in the movie adaptation, Von D transformed it into a chic horror movie set with a personal touch.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘My Father’s Violin’ on Netflix, Where An Orphaned Urchin Teaches A Valuable Lesson About the Power of Music and Family 
You’d think a famous violinist would know that music is the language of the soul, but in My Father’s Violin, he needs the niece he never knew to teach him.
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Antonio Brown wants to play with Lamar Jackson after Buccaneers ouster
Fresh off getting himself cut by the Buccaneers, Antonio Brown is already trying to chart his next NFL destination – and the team's quarterback appears interested.
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Apple says possibly armed woman is stalking CEO Tim Cook
A Santa Clara County Superior Court judge issued a restraining order against the woman on Friday.
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David Ortiz Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
A big man with a bigger personality, David Ortiz led the Red Sox to three World Series titles. Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens failed to gain election on their final writers’ ballot.
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US officials step away from Iran nuclear talks after pushing for tougher stance
Richard Nephew, the State Department's deputy special envoy for Iran, has not been part of the talks in Vienna since early December while two other officials have stepped back from the talks.
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Voting rights legislation was defeated. But activists are not.
a tele townhall on voting rights produces an answer to where do we go from here?
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'Go to Her Second': Internet Backs Woman's Refusal To Attend Sister's Last-Minute Wedding
"She is meeting and marrying a guy within a few months. Go to her second wedding," one user said.
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David Ortiz elected into baseball's Hall of Fame; Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens denied again
David Ortiz needed just one swing to power his way into baseball's Hall of Fame, narrowly punching his ticket to Cooperstown.      
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Driver unscathed after concrete falls from bridge, smashes SUV
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Car crashes into playground, children hospitalized
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PD: Woman attacked by would-be rapist in elevator
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Man shot in the waiting room of a Bronx hospital
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Mom, daughter reported missing in 2017 found safe
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Boy, 11, suffers burns during bonfire explosion
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Storage container explodes on middle school campus
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Woman hand-delivers cards to every Zone 6 officer
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Top notch artists display award-winning works of art
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Tennessee Rep. Jim Cooper becomes 29th House Dem who won’t seek reelection
The 67-year-old Cooper, who was first elected to Congress in 1982, cited redistricting as the major driver of his decision to retire.
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Trump’s Election Dead-Enders Won’t Say Who Wrote the Coup Plan Down
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyIn late 2020, a collective of Donald Trump’s most extreme election-deadenders, led by MAGA attorney Sidney Powell and Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn, were loudly telling anyone who would listen—the media, judges, local Republican politicians, and (of course) Trump himself—about their ludicrous plot to deploy the troops, seize U.S. voting machines, and keep then-President Trump in power.If there was a wild, baseless conspiracy theory about the 2020 presidential election that was animating Trump at the time and fueling his crusade, these MAGA diehards were standing at the ready, prepared to publicly take credit for pushing these ideas and written proposals to the highest levels of government, and getting it in Trump’s ear. And they were prepared to slag any of the Trump administration who stood in their way.But a year later, as the investigations and lawsuits further intensify, with the subpoenas flying and the legal bills soaring, the Trumpist gang is taking a curious approach to a newly published draft of the Trump executive-order outlining their brazenly authoritarian blueprint.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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