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Teen admits to serving teacher semen-tainted crepe in cooking class

An Ohio teen was sentenced to jail time after he admitted to serving a teacher a semen-tainted crepe as part of a sick joke during a cooking competition at his middle school, a report said this week. The 15-year-old admitted to bringing in a bag of his semen and dumping it on the french dessert...
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Tom McDaniels: Hate is not a friend – this is the pathway to healing
If we hate our lives because of how God made us, then we must allow God to use what He made.
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Watch -- 'You're Gonna Wish Your Name Was Nixon' Shout Women's March Activists to President Trump
A group of male Women's March activists took to the streets to protest President Donald Trump on Saturday in Washington, DC, where they sang their own rendition of Gloria Gaynor's hit song, I Will Survive. In the parody version, the activists insist President Trump will "wish [his] name was Nixon," and that he will "pray for Watergate," implying that his impeachment trial in the Senate will be much worse.
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Transcript: Rep. Jerry Nalder on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with Representative Jerry Nadler that aired Sunday, January 19, 2020, on "Face the Nation.
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Opinion: Name, image and likeness debate moves to center stage at this year's NCAA convention
Though no new rules will be adopted this week, this year's NCAA convention will help shape new rules allowing college athletes to profit off likeness.       
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Booker: Maybe I’ll endorse someone
“I'm not sure. Look, I'm literally still days — just days from stepping out of this race,” the senator said.
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Nadler calls White House rebuttal to impeachment brief “errant nonsense”
The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee is one of seven Democrats who will prosecute the House's case against the president in his Senate trial.
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UPDATE 2-EU industry chief dismisses fears strict security rules could delay 5G
European industrial policy chief Thierry Breton dismissed claims that relying on European companies to build a 5G network would delay its rollout, weighing in on an increasingly tense debate in Germany over the risk posed by China's Huawei.
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SpaceX capsule splashes down after rocket failure test
Elon Musk's SpaceX simulated a dramatic emergency landing on Sunday to test a key abort system on an unmanned astronaut capsule, the company's final milestone test before flying NASA astronauts from U.S. soil.
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NFL Championship Game picks: Take one underdog and one fave
This is the football betting equivalent of trying to thread a needle. According to VSiN’s Steve Makinen, the outright winner in 31 of the past 36 AFC and NFC championship games has covered the spread. That means just five times in the past 18 years, the underdog has covered, but not advanced to the Super...
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AFC Championship Game: How to watch Titans vs. Chiefs, time, odds
For the first time in four years, the Patriots will not represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. For the first time in nine years, Tom Brady will not be playing in the AFC Championship Game. This year, one drought is guaranteed to end. Either the Kansas City Chiefs will reach the Super Bowl for...
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NFL Playoffs 2020: How to Watch Packers vs. 49ers in NFC Championship Game, Live Stream, TV Channel
A spot in Super Bowl LIV is at stake on Sunday as the 49ers and the Packers meet in the playoffs for the first time since 2014.
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Your guide to the SAG Awards
Hollywood will celebrate the best in film and television performances on Sunday at the 2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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Graham: Senate GOP doesn’t ‘have the votes’ to dismiss impeachment trial
‘That’s dead for practical purposes.’
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Schiff and Dershowitz spar over whether abuse of power is impeachable offense
Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the lead impeachment manager, and Alan Dershowitz, a member of President Trump’s legal team, clashed in opposing interviews on Sunday over whether the president can be impeached for abuse of power.
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Open: This is "Face the Nation," January 19
Today on "Face the Nation, the impeachment probe into President Trump enters its next phase as the stage is set for a partisan battle in the Senate.
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SpaceX's Crew Dragon completes fiery emergency escape test ahead of first astronaut mission
After months of anticipation, SpaceX's new crew-worthy spacecraft, Crew Dragon, reached its last major milestone in a years-long testing program. The success paves the way for astronauts to begin using the spacecraft for rides to the International Space Station this year.
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National Archives Apologizes for Altering Women's March Photo After Criticism
The word "Trump" was removed from protesters' signs, as well as references to women's private parts.
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TSA Apologizes to Native American Traveler Who Said an Agent Pulled Her Braids and Said ‘Giddyup’
Tara Houska, an indigenous rights activist and lawyer, said the incident was 'humiliating.'
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Libyan commander's forces choke oil flows, overshadowing peace summit
Forces loyal to eastern commander Khalifa Haftar have shut off production at all Libya's major oil fields, an escalation that threatened to strangle the country's finances and overshadowed an international peace summit in Berlin on Sunday.
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Schiff: Intelligence Community Is Withholding Ukraine Documents from Congress
House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) warned on Sunday's broadcast of ABC's "This Week" that the U.S. intelligence community was beginning to withhold documents on Ukraine from Congress.
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Conor McGregor kisses girlfriend Dee Devlin after UFC 246 win
The MMA fighter defeated Cerrone on Saturday night, 40 seconds into the first round.
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Cornyn says Democrats are "getting cold feet" on impeachment
"Maybe they ought to withdraw the articles of impeachment and start over again," the majority whip said.
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SpaceX astronaut capsule splashes down off Florida after rocket failure test
Elon Musk's SpaceX simulated a dramatic emergency landing on Sunday to test a crucial abort system on an unmanned astronaut capsule, the company's final milestone test before flying NASA astronauts from U.S. soil.A Crew Dragon astronaut capsule carrying two test dummies splashed down off the coast of Florida after ejecting itself from a rocket that cut off its engines 12 miles (19 km) above the ocean to mimic a launch failure.
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Hank Azaria to Quit Voicing Apu on The Simpsons: Report
The recurring character has drawn criticism for reinforcing racial stereotypes
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Incorporate movement into your day to boost wellness and productivity
When Jordan Galloway commutes to Hearst Tower, instead of taking the nearest subway from her Prospect Heights home, the fitness director at Women’s Health magazine hops onto her bike for the 9-mile trek to Midtown. “I can take an express train, which is about 30 minutes. The bike takes 45 and totally worth it for...
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D.J. Spiker: Virginia's gun-control bills dangerous — this is how they fit into a nationwide effort
Bloomberg’s ally in this effort is Gov. Ralph Northam — yes, THAT politician caught in the blackface scandal.
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Schiff says NSA, CIA withholding Ukraine info due to White House pressure
“The intelligence community is beginning to withhold documents from Congress on the issue of Ukraine,” he said.
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Trump wanted a TV legal team and is 'distracted' by impeachment trial, source says
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Texas cattle ranchers face tough decision to cull or sell herds as drought deepens
Cattle ranchers in Texas must choose between investing in more hay or culling herds during drought. Ranches could take years to rebound from droughts.       
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Want to file your 2019 tax return for free? New IRS changes make it easier
The Internal Revenue Service has added tweaks to offer consumer protections to the 'Free File' program for the tax season, which kicks off Jan. 27.      
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Remembering Frieda Caplan, the exotic fruit lady
Entrepreneur Frieda Caplan, who died Saturday at age 96, made a number of exotic fruits and vegetables, from kiwi to ginger, household names, changing the way many of us eat. Rita Braver spoke with her this past fall.
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Chiefs vs. Titans: Preview, predictions, what to watch for
What to watch for as the Chiefs battle the Titans at 3:05 p.m. EST Sunday in the AFC championship. Marquee matchup Chiefs TE Travis Kelce vs. Titans S Kevin Byard (and others) Coming off a three-touchdown game that highlighted just how much Mahomes looks for him when out of the pocket, Kelce is averaging 79.9...
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When Democrats are the bogeymen: A possible Trump loss has these voters very worried
In nation's coal country, deep-seated fears simmer over what a Trump loss would mean if Democrats take over the White House.       
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US deal with China is a victory for Trump, but more still needs to be done
For decades, multiple presidential administrations did little while China flouted the rules and gained an unfair advantage in the international trade market.
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US deal with China is a victory for Trump, but more still needs to be done
For decades, multiple presidential administrations did little while China flouted the rules and gained an unfair advantage in the international trade market. That changed when President Trump took office, and his consistently tough stance led to a "phase one" trade deal between the United States and China last week. And while it doesn't solve all of the trade issues between the United States and China, it's a good start.
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Man facing execution for Florida girl's murder is innocent, accomplice claims: report
Two men were convicted of stabbing to death a 14-year-old girl in Florida 35 years ago but now one says the other-- who faces execution--is innocent, according to a report Sunday.
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Bitter cold settles across Midwest in wake of sprawling storm; Northeast hit with snow, slush
A sprawling snowstorm that produced blizzard conditions as it moved across the Plains and Midwest this weekend has left dangerously cold wind chills in its wake while the storm spread to the Northeast, bringing snow showers and slick road conditions.
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How caring letters prevent suicide
Kevin Hines is a walking miracle, having jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge and survived. But what might have kept him from jumping at all could have been something as simple as getting a letter in the mail. One psychiatrist's long-forgotten idea about giving support to those hospitalized or treated for depression or attempting suicide is being revived, and is finding positive results in an era of texting. Lee Cowan reports. [If you are in crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741.]
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Water main break causes Upper West Side mess
A water main break on the Upper West Side canceled train lines and stalled traffic Sunday morning. The break was reported at around 8 a.m. at 102nd and 103rd streets near Central Park West, according to officials. The NYPD urged drivers to avoid the area. All Manhattan and Brooklyn are running local with the C...
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Discovery of Unused Water and Other Emergency Supplies Angers Puerto Ricans
Gov. Wanda Vázquez fired the director of the emergency management agency
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Matteo Salvini: Muslim Immigration Is ‘Main Cause’ of Resurgent Antisemitism
The head of Italy’s leading political party said in an interview Sunday that the recent surge in antisemitism in Europe is primarily the consequence of the mass immigration of Muslims on the continent.
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The 2020 tax filing season opens Jan. 27: Here's what you need to know
For some taxpayers, returns have become easier to prepare and file but various problems linger, including with the Internal Revenue Service.      
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Nature: Monet's garden
"Sunday Morning" takes us to the French town of Giverny, and a view of the water lilies that inspired artist Claude Monet. Videographer: Joan Martelli.
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Before impeachment trial, Senate prepares vote on Trump's war powers
The Senate is likely to pass a resolution that reins in the President's ability to strike Iran, Mike Bloomberg gets into President Trump's head, how the weather in Iowa could change the results of the caucuses, and the Electoral College faces a key Supreme Court test. That and more in this week's Inside Politics forecast.
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Premature births: One of the biggest public health threats facing the U.S.
One in 10 births in this country is premature, one of the highest rates in the industrialized world; author Sarah DiGregorio says we must do better
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Pete Buttigieg now attending South Carolina MLK Day events after criticism from Democrats
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg will now attend Martin Luther King Day celebrations in Columbia, South Carolina, on Monday after facing pressure from local Democrats in the state over his initial plans to miss events commemorating the life of the slain civil rights leader there.
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Chaos in Puerto Rico as mob finds unused disaster supplies
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — People in a southern Puerto Rico city discovered a warehouse filled with water, cots and other unused emergency supplies, then set off a social media uproar Saturday when they broke in to retrieve goods as the area struggles to recover from a strong earthquake. With anger spreading in the U.S....
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