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Bernie Sanders Really Shouldn’t Be Touting Joe Rogan’s Plan to Vote for Him
Rogan gives a platform to bigots. Sanders shouldn’t give another platform to him.
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French health officials confirm three cases of Wuhan coronavirus, the first in Europe
Three cases of Wuhan coronavirus have been identified in France, the Health Ministry announced Friday. They are the first European cases of the newly discovered virus, officials said.
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NYPD officer and his fiancée charged with death of his 8-year-old son
NYPD officer Michael Valva and his fiancée have been arrested and charged with the second-degree murder of his 8-year-old son.
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It's NHL All-Star Weekend! Here's how to watch
The NHL season is skating by quickly. It's already All-Star Weekend.
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‘Honey Boo Boo’ star Mama June admits ‘every day is a struggle’ in social media return: ‘I miss my kids’
Mama June Shannon is hopefully putting the pieces of her life together that need mending and opened up on social media Friday to share a message with the world.
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Ultra-Thin Touchscreen Could Be Printed In Large Sheets, Rolled Into a Tube—and Costs Less Than Existing Tech
Researchers in Australia have announced the development of a new ultra-thin material that could be used make printable touchscreens at a fraction of the cost of current technology.
newsweek.com
Inside Trump's high-stakes impeachment defense effort
After months of anticipation, legal auditions on cable news and daily preparatory sessions inside West Wing conference rooms, President Donald Trump will get his proverbial day in court this weekend -- though he's not sure anyone will be watching.
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In Groundbreaking Experiment, Astronauts Have Baked Cookies in Space. But What Do They Taste Like?
The cookies were the first food baked in space from raw ingredients
time.com
Watters: Dad who confronted Warren about student loan policy proved she's 'buying votes from debtors'
Jesse Watters said Friday that Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., proved she was "buying votes" after the Democratic presidential candidate was confronted by an Iowa father who challenged her plan to forgive college loan debtors.
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Donald Trump Went to the March for Life, and the March for Life Became a Trump Rally
He's the first sitting president to attend the anti-abortion event.
slate.com
Jesse Watters on impeachment: Democrats 'went after political revenge and they're going to pay a price for it'
Jesse Watters reacted Friday to the fourth day of the Senate impeachment trial, criticizing Democrats, accusing them change "political revenge" and ignoring Americans fatigue with the issue.
foxnews.com
Trump unveils Space Force logo
President Trump on Friday unveiled the logo for the newly created Space Force, the sixth branch of the armed forces.
foxnews.com
Mexico Breaks Up a Migrant Caravan, Pleasing White House
The Mexican authorities used pepper spray on a caravan of 4,000 Central American migrants who tried to enter the country illegally, and dangled the possibility of jobs for those who registered.
nytimes.com
A Ball State University professor called the police on a student after he refused to move seats
Working out. Moving into a new apartment. Eating lunch. These are just some of the activities for which police were called on black people in the last few years. And now there's one more, after this incident at Ball State University.
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Broadway's 'Grand Horizons' Is a Sophisticated Comedy for Adults—for a Change
Second Stage Theater seems to be on a mission to rescue the form, first with Tracey Letts' "Linda Vista," and now with Bess Wohl's smart, funny and thoughtful Broadway debut, "Grand Horizons."
newsweek.com
The Michigan Marching Band finds a future recruit in a 9-year-old
After attending his first University of Michigan football game, 9-year-old Henry Boyer knew what he wanted to do when he grows up.
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Clayton Christensen, pioneer of 'disruptive innovation,' dies at 67
Clayton Christensen, the prominent management thinker whose ideas on technology had a big influence on some of today's largest companies, has died. He was 67.
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Letters: Don't worry, Astros, readers haven't forgotten about you
Letters to the sports editor
latimes.com
Phoenix woman fights to keep frozen embryos
The new law says in the case of a divorce, frozen embryos will go to the spouse who intends to use them to have a baby.
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At least 18 dead, hundreds hurt in Turkey quake
An earthquake rocked eastern Turkey on Friday, killing at least 18 people, injuring hundreds and leaving some 30 trapped in the wreckage of toppled buildings, Turkish officials said. (Jan. 24)       
usatoday.com
Coroner identifies 4 people killed in Corona plane crash
The Riverside County coroner's office has released the names, ages and cities of the four people, aged 61-85, who died Wednesday in a Corona plane crash.
latimes.com
Fox News Digital had best year ever in 2019, topping CNN in key categories
Fox News has long dominated the television cable news ratings, but 2019 was also a banner year for Fox News Digital, which had its best year ever and set new highs across a variety of categories.
foxnews.com
Who Is Drinking Milk in the Senate?
Who dares dairy?
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Day 4: Impeachment trial scenes you can't see on TV
Views of the Senate chamber are still limited by restrictive TV camera rules.
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Cleanup of orphaned oil wells could cost California $500 million, new report says
There are 5,500 orphaned wells statewide, most of them in L.A. and Long Beach. Thousands more are unproductive and could add to the state's liability.
latimes.com
Trump unveils new Space Force logo, draws comparisons to 'Star Trek' Starfleet Command
"Star Trek" fans are wondering where the inspiration for the newly unveiled Space Force logo came from. Trump revealed the image on Friday.       
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, January 24, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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Sundance 2020: See our best photos of the festival's brightest stars
Scroll through to see moments from the Los Angeles Times Photo Studio at the Sundance Film Festival
latimes.com
Donald Trump Unveils New Space Force Emblem, Twitter Points out Similarities to 'Star Trek' Starfleet Logo
President Donald Trump showed off the new logo for the United States Space Force on Twitter Friday, but users compared it to one they had already seen in the 'Star Trek' franchise.
newsweek.com
Trump’s legal team says it will target Biden family in impeach defense
WASHINGTON — The lengthy defense of the Biden family by House Democrats during President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial opened the door to probing whether Joe and Hunter Biden were involved in corruption in Ukraine, the defense team says. A source on Trump’s legal team told reporters Friday that “it became quite apparent yesterday from the...
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New Trump Rule Requires U.S. Officials To Weigh Pregnant Visa Applicants’ Medical Needs
Would this new restriction impact pregnant women with genuine medical needs? It will come down to how individual counselors enforce it
time.com
Meet the Snake-Loving Pot Lawyer Beating Trump at His Own Game
Joseph Bondy is an unusual attorney for an unusual client, Lev Parnas. His legal strategy is even more outlandish.
politico.com
How this ‘Undercover Boss’ shocked his employees
When Clean Harbors CEO Alan McKim went on CBS’ “Undercover Boss,” he discovered some of his employees weren’t such big fans. “One of the drivers was quite verbal about corporate headquarters and the CEO of the company,” says McKim, 64. “[He was] talking about the glass palace, which is corporate, and the CEO, and sort...
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Graham: 'Somebody outside of politics' should look into Bidens
politico.com
Jon Voight calls for 'highest prayers' for President Donald Trump amid impeachment trial
Jon Voight called on "Jesus, Moses, and all saints" to pray for President Donald Trump in a new Twitter video.       
usatoday.com
The Angle: Trump Is Flouting the Law While Resisting Impeachment
Doubling down instead of digging out.
slate.com
What Donald Trump is doing during impeachment
After months of wrangling, the Senate's impeachment trial, at last, began this week.
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After interview, Pompeo cursed at reporter, yelled: 'Do you think Americans care about Ukraine?'
Sec. Pompeo unloaded on NPR host Mary Louise Kelly after an interview in which she questioned him about Ukraine and other hot-button issues, NPR said.       
usatoday.com
Nancy Drew Killed In New Comic Series Celebrating Character's 90th Anniversary, Hardy Boys Investigate Her Murder
Creators of the new series promise that they didn't kill off Drew to motivate the male character's actions.
newsweek.com
Sketch Artist Captures 'Something Unusual' At Senate Trial
Art Lien, a courtroom artist who normally covers the Supreme Court, has been sketching the Senate proceedings. "I'm looking for color," he says — such as sleeping senators and fidget spinners.
npr.org
Ex-Astro Dallas Keuchel apologizes for cheating scandal that rocked MLB
Mike Fiers blew the whistle, and now another former Astros pitcher has apologized for the team’s scheme to steal opposing signs via electronic equipment in 2017. Dallas Keuchel, the former Cy Young award winner who signed this winter with the Chicago White Sox, told reporters at his new team’s Fan Fest on Friday that he’s...
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Trump’s new Space Force logo bears strong resemblance to Star Trek emblem
The US military is boldly going where no one has gone before. President Trump unveiled the official emblem of the newly minted Space Force Friday, and observers quickly noted a strong resemblance to the symbol of an even more famous interstellar unit — Star Trek’s Star Fleet. “After consultation with our Great Military Leaders, designers,...
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Rabbi Abraham Cooper: Auschwitz mass murders must teach world to reject anti-Semitism and other hatred
I write from Jerusalem, where I attended a ceremony Thursday at which Vice President Mike Pence and other international leaders spoke to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the hellish Nazi death camp where at least 1.1 million people – about 1 million of them Jews – were murdered.
foxnews.com
Once ‘pro-choice in every respect,’ Trump cements his status as an anti-abortion hero
Three years into his presidency, the once-unapologetic womanizer has not only earned the trust of the anti-abortion community — he’s irrevocably changed its standards for future Republican leaders.
politico.com
Cyborg debuta en Bellator tras una desagradable separación de UFC, con la vista puesta en un cuarto título
Cris Cyborg hará su debut en Bellator el sábado, en el Forum en Inglewood, cuando se enfrente a Julia Budd por el título de peso pluma
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latimes.com
Subway signals expert handpicked by Andy Byford also resigns from MTA
The man Andy Byford handpicked to oversee the MTA’s multi-billion dollar signal overhaul resigned Friday, just a day after his boss called it quits. Byford brought in Pete Tomlin — his signaling expert from the London Underground — in December 2018 to oversee the $7 billion effort to replace and computerize the Depression-era systems that...
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Santa Monica man charged with hurling Molotov cocktails onto streets
A man faces several charges for throwing explosives in Santa Monica, authorities said.
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latimes.com
NYPD officer struck by drunk driver released from hospital
An NYPD officer struck by an alleged drunk driver got a hero’s welcome as he was wheeled out of the hospital on Friday. Officer Juan Collado was conducting a car search during a traffic stop on East Houston and Avenue D on Tuesday evening when motorist Franklin Liz allegedly smacked into him and sped off. Liz...
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