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The 6 best Christmas pop-up bars in NYC for the 2021 holiday season

NYC watering holes are decking the halls for a new season of festive pop-up bars with jaw-dropping decorations and over-the-top specialty cocktails.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Neymar: The Perfect Chaos’ on Netflix, a Look at One of The World’s Most Famous Footballers
Take a look behind the headlines of one of the world’s top football stars and ask: is that all there is?
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Judge rules Gov. Kathy Hochul’s statewide mask mandate stays in place for now
New York’s statewide mask mandate will remain in place for now, after an Appellate Court judge granted a motion pausing a decision made by a lower court that lifted Gov. Hochul's edict.
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Women's Group Wants SheBelieves Soccer Tourney Out of Texas Over 'Stripping of Rights'
"It cannot be business as usual in Texas until women are equal," the Women's March Foundation stated.
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Texas Man Lied About Being a War Hero to Scam $1.7M From Investors, Feds Say
Derek Robert Hamm did serve in the Indiana and Oklahoma National Guard but lied about being a graduate of West Point and being the nephew of an oil baron.
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'Giving Life Even in Death': Second NYPD Officer to Die After Ambush Donates Organs
Commissioner Keechant Sewell called Officer Wilbert Mora a three-time hero and said "Our heads are bowed & our hearts are heavy" in a tweet.
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If nurses are heroes, your heroes are in crisis
Ask any nurse in the United States -- there are more than 4 million of us -- "How are you doing?" and the answer will be the same: "Nurses are not OK." After nearly two years, the Covid-19 pandemic has upended us.
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Tim Cook allegedly stalked by woman who trespassed and sent photos of a loaded gun
Apple has been granted a restraining order against a woman who allegedly threatened, harassed and stalked CEO Tim Cook for more than a year.
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Aziz Ansari Destroys Aaron Rodgers Over Anti-Vax Stance in New Netflix Special
"I don't think he's an idiot, though, okay?"
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World Health Organization Chief Unopposed For Second Term Despite Heavy Criticism
While the U.S. supports him, his home country is accusing him of misconduct because of his comments on Twitter.
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Free N95 masks are arriving at pharmacies and grocery stores. Here's how to get yours
Some retailers are starting to get the first wave of the 400 million free masks being distributed by the federal government. Every person is allowed to receive up to three masks.
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Fallen Baltimore firefighters honored for heroism, 'bravery' as city mourns 'heartbreaking' tragedy
Three fallen Baltimore firefighters are being honored for their heroism after they were killed while responding to a blaze in a vacant home earlier this week.
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Elon Musk says he'll eat a Happy Meal if McDonald's accepts Dogecoin
Elon Musk tweeted on Tuesday that he would eat a Happy Meal if McDonald's begins accepting Dogecoin as a form of payment     
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Giants’ coaching timeline clear after Brian Daboll’s shot to secure job
There is a good chance the Giants had their next head coach in the building on Tuesday. Whether the in-person interview with Brian Daboll turns into a hiring remains to be seen. The answer will come soon enough, probably before the first flakes hit the ground for this weekend’s snow activity. By Friday, the Giants could have...
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California forest returned to native tribal group
A conservation group is turning over a historic redwood grove on the Northern California coast to descendants of the original Native American inhabitants. (Jan. 25)      
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Brandon Moreno feels Deiveson Figueiredo rivalry remains unsettled: 'A fourth fight is needed'
Former UFC champion Brandon Moreno calls for a fourth fight with Deiveson Figueiredo, says rivalry is unfinished.       Related StoriesSpinning Back Clique: How will Francis Ngannou's UFC contract dispute play out?Israel Adesanya: Robert Whittaker in for a rude awakening when he feels my strength at UFC 271Why Justin Gaethje didn't like his UFC 268 war with Michael Chandler: 'I feel like that was kind of a boring fight' 
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Gabriel Medina, Champion Surfer, Withdraws From Season to Focus on Mental Health
“I’m not in a place where I believe I can perform against the world’s best surfers right now,” the Brazilian three-time world champion said on Instagram.
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11 Sexiest Valentine's Day Gifts for Your Main Squeeze
Pining for a hot-and-heavy February 14? Check out 11 of the sexiest Valentine's Day gifts for turning on your main squeeze in 2022.
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Golden State Warriors vs. Dallas Mavericks NBA betting odds, lines, trends
The Dallas Mavericks are only 3-point underdogs against the Golden State Warriors.
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Biden administration authorizes $2.5 billion in arms sales to Egypt despite human rights concerns
The Biden administration has authorized more than $2 billion in arms sales to Egypt despite ongoing concerns about Cairo's human rights record.
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High school girls' flag football proposed to become CIF-sanctioned sport
The CIF Southern Section's sanctioning of high school girls' flag football wouldn't become operational until 2023-24, at the earliest.
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Cuomo crony, ex-vaccine ‘czar’ Larry Schwartz finally departs MTA board
Larry Schwartz officially resigned from the transit board on Dec. 31, after announcing his imminent departure in October, Gov. Kathy Hochul’s office said Tuesday.
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Urban Meyer reflects on stint with Jaguars: 'The worst experience I've had in my professional lifetime'
Urban Meyer recently opened up about his brief stint in the NFL as the head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars during an interview with Outkick’s "Don’t @ Me with Dan Dakich."
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2022 Grammy Awards to be held in Las Vegas this April
Harvey Mason Jr., the CEO of the Recording Academy, joins CBS News' Tanya Rivero and Jericka Duncan to discuss plans for the 2022 Grammy Awards in Las Vegas this April, including dealing with a postponement and some of the changes that are expected this year.
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Feds Accuse California Man of Stealing Dynamite, Driving It to Vegas, Storing It in Hotel
Agents seized 39 sticks of dynamite, a detonating cord more than a mile long, fuse lighters and ignition boosters.
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Maryland covid deaths have hit a monthly record amid omicron
The state has recorded more covid-19 deaths in January 2022 than any other month in the pandemic, highlighting the grim impact of the omicron wave.
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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly’s love was fated in astrology
Fox has a Leo moon, and MGK has his moon in empathic, escapist Pisces. These moons, and by extension these people, truly feed one another.
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Reporter calls Trump WH draft executive order 'fictional thriller'
CNN's Tom Foreman examines a draft executive order that was unsigned by former President Donald Trump that would've directed the Pentagon to seize voting machines in key states and hunt for evidence of fraud.
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NY judges agree with Mayor Adams on fixing bail-reform law, court official says
New York's judges overwhelmingly agree with Mayor Eric Adams that they should have greater control over setting bail for potentially dangerous defendants, the official in charge of court operations told lawmakers.
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Fox News Special Report outlines fresh questions on what Fauci, government knew about COVID origin
Fresh questions are being raised about what American scientists and federal health officials knew about the origins of the coronavirus and whether or not conflicting evidence was suppressed and hidden from the public.
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Nancy Pelosi announces another run for Congress, ending retirement rumors
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday that she will seek another term in Congress, ending months of speculation within the Democratic caucus over whether she would run again. 
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Aaron Rodgers talking to estranged brother Jordan again
The rift between the brothers became particularly exposed when Jordan was a competitor on "The Bachelorette" in 2016.
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Russia, Stock Market, Australian Open: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Cedric Lofton's Death Under Investigation by Kansas Agency After No Criminal Charges Filed
"This situation is tragic, and we must find a way to ensure something like this never happens again," Governor Laura Kelly said about Lofton's death.
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First Lady double standard and other commentary
Conservative: The First Lady Double Standard “When Joe Biden was elected in November 2020, the fawning media coverage of his presidency-to-come was trumped by an even more powerful force: The ‘Dr. Jill Biden’ news cycle,” snarks Chad Banghart at Real Clear Politics. “In the weeks leading up to Inauguration Day, pro-Jill puff pieces dominated the headlines...
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Apple's Tim Cook wins restraining order against woman, citing trespassing and threats
A judge granted a restraining order against a woman who allegedly showed up twice to Cook's home in Palo Alto. The filing states she also threatened Cook with photos of a handgun.
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Biden admin enrolled fewer than 300 migrants in 'Remain in Mexico’ in December
President Biden's administration enrolled fewer than 300 migrants in the restored Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) in December, according to Department of Homeland Security data.
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Jim Cooper Calls Out 'Gerrymandering' of Tennessee District, Will Not Seek Re-Election
"Despite my strength at the polls, I could not stop the General Assembly from dismembering Nashville," he wrote. "No one tried harder to keep our city whole."
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Sen. Rick Scott accuses Biden admin of supporting China's 'genocidal regime' with 'Made in China' COVID tests
Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., blasted the Biden administration for buying millions of coronavirus test kits that were made in China, saying taxpayer dollars should not be supporting "General Secretary Xi and his genocidal regime."
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Analyst: Europe 'blackmailed' by Russian gas needs
Foreign Policy expert Heather Conley says Europe's reliance on Russian energy has lead to "a blackmail situation." Conley applauds the Biden administration for contingency planning seeking other sources of energy if Russia cuts off energy. (Jan. 25)      
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Officer Sues Walmart, Claims He Was Racially Profiled and Handcuffed Inside Store
The man said he was handcuffed after an employee believed he was a serial shoplifter who had been caught on the store's surveillance.
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'We Don't Agonize–We Organize': Nancy Pelosi Announces Re-election Bid
Pelosi stated that she was running "to deliver For The People and defend Democracy."
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'You Understood the Assignment': Student's Baking TikTok for School Project Goes Viral
Many commenters complimented the TikToker's decorating skills and sent her words of encouragement.
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Federal court says Alabama's congressional map disadvantages Black voters
Blocking the new congressional map from taking effect, a panel of judges says Alabama needs at least two, not one, congressional districts in which Black voters are the majority, or close to it.
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Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers ‘agree to disagree’ about politics: report
"They disagreed on a lot of things. Early on, they decided to agree to disagree about things and not debate them. She is not someone whose mind you can change..." 
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Guatemalan Militia Men Get 30 Years for Wartime Atrocities
Five members of a pro-government paramilitary group were convicted of crimes against humanity that were committed against five Indigenous women during the country’s civil war.
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Coast Guard searching for 39 people whose boat reportedly capsized near Florida coast
The Coast Guard said the missing appear to have been part of a "suspected human smuggling venture" that took off from Bimini, Bahamas, a small island roughly 55 miles east of Miami.
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Alleged Teen Drug Dealer Charged With Murder in Fentanyl Overdose of 12-Year-Old Girl
The preteen was the youngest individual to die of a fentanyl overdose in Santa Clara County in 2020, local officials said.
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Speaker Pelosi announces she is running for reelection
The California Democrat does not mention whether she will seek the speakership again.
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