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The night I beat Anderson Silva
He would go on to become UFC champion, but Michael Bisping will never forget the night English fans fueled his win over Anderson Silva.        Related StoriesUFC Norfolk main event breakdown: Benavidez, Figueiredo chase gold in battle of power punchersPhoto: Nasty road rash forces Movsar Evloev out of UFC 248Kazakhstan's Mariya Agapova signs with UFC 
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Meghan McCain scolds audience members after apparent applause for Pence failing on coronavirus
​"The View" co-host Meghan McCain seemed upset after hearing applause in response to the idea that President Trump set up Vice President Mike Pence to be the "fall guy" by putting him in charge of the coronavirus response.
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How deadly is coronavirus and what are the symptoms?
The CDC says COVID-19 symptoms can appear in as little as two days or as long as two weeks after initial exposure.
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Man shocks girlfriend with underwater proposal in Caribbean Sea
It was an out-of-this-world proposal, 30-feet below the sea.
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'Apex Legends' System Override Event Revealed With Deja Loot Mode
"Apex Legends" has a new event on the way called System Override. Learn all there is to know about it right here.
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This week on "Sunday Morning" (March 1)
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
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Top 10 Christian songs over the last year dominated by Lauren Daigle, Hillsong
Every week, millions of Christians sing praise and worship songs together, but what songs do individuals listen to the most?
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Scotland Poised To Become 1st Country To Make Period Products Free
In a few short years, Scotland has turned periods from a stigmatized subject to a selling point. The bill takes aim at "period poverty": when girls and women struggle to access menstrual products.
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Indonesian teens expelled for forcing students to eat feces
Two high school seniors in Indonesia have been expelled for forcing 77 seventh-graders to eat human feces with a spoon, according to reports. The two sickos, who were in charge of hygiene at the Mother of All Nations Catholic seminary school in East Nusa Tenggara Province, discovered a plastic bag filled with the feces in...
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Pavel Buchnevich not ready for Rangers return after car accident
MONTREAL — It was such a dramatic event that Pavel Buchnevich was still emotionally recovering four days later. The Rangers winger was set to miss his second straight game, Thursday night here against the Canadiens, after he was in a car accident in Brooklyn on Sunday. Around 8:30 p.m., Buchnevich was a passenger in his...
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Bob Iger was more than Steve Jobs' friend: He was legacy media's most tech-savvy CEO
Weeks after becoming chief executive of Walt Disney Co. in 2005, Bob Iger sat down with Steve Jobs to tell him about an idea he'd been mulling: The "iTV."
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Dina Lohan will likely go to rehab instead of jail for felony DWI
She will likely get off with probation if she checks into the inpatient rehab program, sources said.
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5 ways to stop annoying robocalls
Here are five strategies to minimize robocalls.
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Watch the 'Candyman' trailer: You called, and ghost killer with a hook is back
"Candyman" is back, with producer Jordan Peele's spiritual sequel dropping its first trailer.        
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You may have to wait for your next gadget: Electronics makers can't get parts quickly enough
Electronics manufacturers face weeks of delays in parts shipments because of coronavirus. That could affect the availability of a number of tech products down the road.
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‘Happy Birthday Doug’ makes gay parties look like ‘The Real Housewives’
Want drama, gossip and theatrics? Then head to a gay birthday party! That’s where writer-performer Drew Droege set his latest off-Broadway solo show, “Happy Birthday Doug,” a comedy about a 41-year-old’s eclectic bash. “I used to invite everybody I ever met to my birthday party,” Droege tells The Post about the origins of his play,...
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Arizona county becomes 'Second Amendment Preservation County' in support of gun rights
Arizona's most populous county on Wednesday joined a growing national movement in the support of gun ownership rights, declaring itself a “Second Amendment Preservation County.”
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Army of 100,000 ducks recruited to fight locust plague
Send in the ducks!
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Who are the members of President Trump’s Cabinet?
This is the current makeup of President Trump's Cabinet.
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Coronavirus: News and updates on new cases and its spread
Passengers from Wuhan arrive at Sydney International Airport in Australia on January 23. Officials later temporarily closed down transport from the city to help stop the outbreak of coronavirus that has killed at least 18 people and infected more than 650. | Don Arnold/Getty Images Covid-19 could become a pandemic as it spreads around the globe from South Korea to Iran and the US. Here’s the latest. The new coronavirus, called Covid-19, has spiraled into a global threat, as countries around the world have scrambled to impose travel bans, quarantine millions, and isolate sick people in an attempt to stop the spread of the new virus. The coronavirus outbreak is looking more like a pandemic, and health experts say it’s time to prepare for worldwide spread on all continents. Coronaviruses attack the respiratory system, sometimes targeting the cells deep within the lungs. Only seven, including 2019-nCoV, SARS, and MERS, have evolved to infect humans. The outbreak was first reported to the World Health Organization by Chinese officials on December 31 in Wuhan, a city of 11 million in Hubei province. By mid-January — despite a quarantine in Wuhan, imposed by the Chinese government — it had begun spreading rapidly. The World Health Organization has ruled that the outbreak is a global health emergency, a rare designation the agency gives outbreaks that pose an international risk. There are many questions about coronavirus at this stage of the outbreak: Is it safe to travel? What should I do to protect myself? How will the outbreak end? We’ll continue to update this stream as the story unfolds.
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Gloria Steinem says Jane Fonda nixed Harvey meeting
"She never said why, but I understood why it was not a good idea.”
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Earth caught itself a new ‘mini moon’
Many of the planets in our solar system have multiple moons and some even have dozens of large objects cruising around in orbit around them. Earth, by contrast, has just one large moon. Thanks to its solo nature, we even just call it “The Moon,” which is convenient, but that doesn’t mean that other natural...
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Quaden Bayles’ family will donate $474K raised for Disney trip to charity
Quaden Bayles sees your hate, and he’ll instead raise some cash for other kids struggling with his condition. The 9-year-old Australian who was born with achondroplasia, a genetic order that results in dwarfism, went viral after his mom shared a heartbreaking video of him reacting to being bullied. While the video initially resulted in an...
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It’s Definitely Worth Following Gary the Cat for Travel Inspiration
The traveling cat’s Instagram feed is inspiring
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'View' co-hosts on Pence tackling coronavirus: Trump is 'setting him up'
"The View" co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Whoopi Goldberg suggested on Thursday that President Trump tasked Vice President Mike Pence with tackling the coronavirus so that he could avoid taking the fall for a botched government response.
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Count Binface to run for mayor of London
Count Binface, a self-proclaimed "fearless space warrior", who ran against UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in last year's general election, has announced his plans to run for mayor of London.
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Heat wave could rewrite record books in Southern California, forecasters say
Record high temperatures are possible in Southern California as a high-pressure ridge is rerouting winter storms that typically soak the region.
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Ryan Kerrigan is in the Redskins’ plans for 2020, Ron Rivera says
Redskins Coach says Kerrigan remains in the team's plans for this coming season despite Kerrigan's age, large contract and diminished performance last season.
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Britain says it is prepared to walk away from post-Brexit EU talks: ‘We will not trade away our sovereignty'
The British government on Thursday set out its stance for post-Brexit trade talks with the European Union with a pledge to walk away from the talks if E.U. negotiators refuse to play ball this year — with government ministers saying the U.K. is not prepared to “trade away" its sovereignty to secure a deal.
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Stoddard: At 'highest levels' Democrats discussing ways to stop Bernie Sanders
Associate editor and columnist at RealClearPolitics, A.B. Stoddard, reported that Democratic Party leaders "at the highest levels" are trying to come up with ways to stop Sen. Bernie Sanders I-Vt., from being nominated for president.
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German states report total of 19 new coronavirus cases
Three western German states reported a total of 19 new cases of the coronavirus on Thursday, a day after the federal health minister said the country is at the start of an epidemic.
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House GOP wants vote to condemn Sanders’ Castro praise
A group of House Republicans will attempt to force a procedural vote on legislation condemning Sen. Bernie Sanders’ comments praising deceased Cuban dictator Fidel Castro for his literacy program — following days of refusals from Democratic frontrunner to walk back his stance. The proposal, led by Rep. Mario Díaz-Balart (R-Fla.), could place vulnerable Democrats in...
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Anker PowerCore+ charger bundle 15% off during Amazon flash sale
After dropping prices on Anker chargers and power strips, Amazon is back with another great deal from the electronics brand. During the one-day sale, you can get 15% off an Anker PowerCore+ charger bundle, dropping its price to $118.99. The bundle features a portable PowerCore+ battery, a wall charger, and a USB-C to C cable...
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Biden leads in S.C. while Sanders, Steyer fight for second
With two days to go, will Biden's lead provide a win?
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Coca-Cola says the coronavirus could impact Diet Coke production
Coca-Cola says the coronavirus has disrupted its supply chain and artificial sweeteners from China could be in shorter supply.       
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Pence rallies CPAC crowd for 2020 Trump reelection: 'Freedom works. Socialism doesn't'
Vice President Mike Pence warned the audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday against socialism saying “freedom always wins,” while making the case for President Trump’s re-election.
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Swiss town may have to evacuate for more than a decade over World War II weapons cache
Residents of a Swiss town may have to abandon their homes for more than a decade while authorities clear out a massive World War II underground weapons cache nearby, officials say.
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Fiery motorcycle crash leaves woman dead in Brooklyn
A motorcyclist was killed Thursday when her bike burst into flames after she struck a double-parked truck in Brooklyn, police said. The 27-year-old was driving northbound on Bay 35th Street in Gravesend when she struck an empty truck that was double-parked and unoccupied, causing the machine to catch fire around 11:30 a.m., according to cops....
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Billy Idol is helping de Blasio take on idling cars in new campaign
Billy Idol has a new Rebel Yell: helping Mayor Bill de Blasio fight fume-spewing vehicles that idle on Big Apple streets. Idol and the mayor walked out onto the City Hall steps together as the rocker’s hit, “White Wedding,” blasted. The iconic British rocker, who actually lived in Long Island for a few years when...
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Facebook cancels F8 developers conference over coronavirus fears
Facebook says it is canceling F8, its annual conference for developers, as spread of the new coronavirus around the world is hitting companies hard, spurring them to suspend production, meetings, events and business travel The annual Facebook show is usually held in late April or early May in the San Francisco area. The company says...
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SiriusXM quarantines top exec, staffers over coronavirus scare
A group of SiriusXM employees are staying home for 14 days after recent travel to Japan.
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Heathrow expansion blocked over climate concerns
The British government planned to add a third runway to London's busy Heathrow Airport, but London's Court of Appeal just put a halt to those plans due to environmental impacts.
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Two droplets become one in stunning video captured with high-speed cameras
Scientists have captured the moment that two tiny liquid droplets combine, providing a rare glimpse into a process the human eye cannot detect.
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Kuwait has 43 confirmed cases of coronavirus: health ministry
Kuwait now has 43 confirmed cases of coronavirus, according to a health ministry official on Thursday, who added all cases involved people who had been to Iran.
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NHL betting odds, advice: Examining Rangers, Islanders
After a head-to-head thriller Tuesday, the Islanders and Rangers return to action Thursday in the thick of the NHL playoff chase. The Rangers (+120) won that intense Tuesday tussle 4-3 in overtime. It was their 10th outright win as an underdog since the start of 2020. For the season, backers are up almost 14 units...
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Hungary leading the way in helping persecuted Christians
Although relatively small in size and population, the country of Hungary is playing a huge role in helping persecuted Christians around the world, providing millions of dollars in aid. 
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Maitland Ward says Steven Spielberg has some reason to 'be concerned' about daughter's new adult film career
Steven Spielberg has some reason to be concerned about his daughter's budding career in the adult entertainment industry, former sitcom actress-turned-porn-star Maitland Ward says.
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Court won't let Trump pardon void guilty verdict against Arpaio
But sheriff's lawyers declare victory over ruling that criminal contempt finding has 'no legal consequences.'
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