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No matter where you live, you'll relate to Netflix's new L.A. gentrification comedy
"Gentefied," a Netflix comedy of gentrification and generations in L.A.'s Boyle Heights, is full of shaggy charms.
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Utah Man Found Dead in Freezer Left Note Saying His Wife Didn't Kill Him
The case of Paul Edwards Mathers, whose corpse was found in a freezer at his wife's home last November, led police to suspicions of homicide.
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Iran Rebukes New U.S. Sanctions, Says It Has 'No Right to Talk' About Free Elections
Abbas Ali Kadkhodaei, among those targeted in a new round of Trump administration sanctions on Iran, argued that the U.S. was "a regime still plagued by election uncertainties."
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Selling your home is complicated. Zillow wants to change that
The homebuying process can feel antiquated. Zillow wants to change that. Zillow CEO Rich Barton tells CNN Business' Rachel Cranes why the company is now buying, renovating, and selling homes.
Coronavirus Could Push Companies to Stop Relying on China, But It's Easier Said Than Done, Experts Say
Moving supply chains out of China has been discussed for years, but removing China from the equation entirely is easier said than done.
ICE anti-'sanctuary' campaign results in 2 arrests of illegal immigrants
Federal immigration officials on Wednesday a new campaign to inform the public about undocumented immigrants released onto the streets by local law enforcement helped them nab two men in Massachusetts.
Brazilian senator shot during strike by military police
A Brazilian senator was shot Wednesday while trying to intervene in an illegal military police strike in the northeastern state of Ceara, video from the chaotic scene shows.
Bloomberg campaigns in Utah after first debate
One day after his first appearance in a Democratic presidential debate, former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg took his campaign to Salt Lake City. (Feb. 20)
Death threat to whistleblower’s lawyer points to Trump’s depravity
Trump recognizes zero obligation to temper his rhetoric, even to avoid the very worst.
Review: Twisty 'The Lodge' is Riley Keough at her terrifying best
Riley Keough plays a woman with a troubled past stranded with her soon-to-be stepchildren during a blizzard in disturbing 'The Lodge.'
Sisters who survived heart transplants offer advice to others
Dad faces 5th OWI after abandoning overdosing son
Former inmate says he was tortured into confessing
Driver accused of allowing girl to sit on his lap
Louisiana principal accused of multiple sex crimes
Woman discovers heart problem in a 'cold' way
Russia directed 2019 cyberattack on former republic of Georgia, U.S. and allies say
The U.S. and its allies blame Russia for a massive cyberattack last year in the former Soviet republic of Georgia. Moscow scoffs.
Man accused of sending death threat to Ukraine whistleblower's attorney
The man is alleged to have sent an email to the whistleblower's attorney saying, "we will hunt you down and bleed you out like the pigs you are."
Ecuador's 'throat of fire' volcano showing signs of 'potential collapse,' study shows
The Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador – known locally as both the "throat of fire" and the "black giant" – is displaying signs of a potential collapse.
In the haunting new 'Westworld' Season 3 trailer, the hosts are out for blood
Evan Rachel Wood and Thandie Newton face off in a new trailer for the third season of HBO's "Westworld." But the hosts aren't in Westworld anymore.
Warren pummels Bloomberg after brutal debate, vows he won’t be nominee
Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Thursday picked up where she left off hours earlier on the Democratic presidential nomination debate stage, showing no mercy as she fired away at 2020 rival Mike Bloomberg.
New DEA operation focuses on meth trafficking hubs
Federal authorities say they are targeting methamphetamine "transportation hubs" around the country in an effort to block the distribution of the highly addictive drug. (Feb. 20)
Op-Ed: Running against Bloomberg isn't easy. I know. I was his opponent in the 2001 New York mayoral race
It's no great surprise that after buying the mayoralty, Bloomberg would see if he could do the same with the presidency.
Virtual program to help patients during chemo
Review: From the Archives: 'Pandora and the Flying Dutchman' provides rare enchantment
Ava Gardner and James Mason star in the digitally-restored 4K release of Albert Lewin's 1951 fantasy-romance "Pandora and the Flying Dutchman."
Wall St. eases, led by tech decline on mounting fears coronavirus could spread
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, led by declines in technology heavyweights, after reports of new coronavirus cases in China and other countries intensified fears over its spread and impact on the global economy.
Is Mike Bloomberg Really ‘Chicken Liver?’
Yes, it’s a real expression. And yes, it dates him.
DOE is making it ‘nearly impossible’ for defrauded students to cancel loans: suit
A lawsuit filed Wednesday alleges that new Department of Education rules, set to take effect in July, will make it more difficult for scammed students to write off their student loans. The lawsuit relates to the so-called borrower defense law, enacted in the 1990s. The provision allows defrauded students — often from closed for-profit schools...
Study claiming vaping doubles heart attack risk retracted for being 'unreliable'
NYU professors David Abrams and Ray Niaura question other taxpayer-funded research by University of California, San Francisco professor Stanton Glantz.
A Disaster of a Democratic Debate, With a Temporary Side of Bloomberg | Opinion
Although Michael Bloomberg might be the most electable Democrat in the race, he is also the least likely to be nominated. Wednesday night showed us why.
Mississippi's six-week abortion ban struck down
Mississippi was one of a handful of states to pass so-called fetal heartbeat bans in 2019.
Police in Panama found more than 5 tons of drugs in a homemade semi-submersible vessel
More than 5 tons of drugs were seized off the coast of Panama after authorities spotted what appeared to be a semi-submersible vessel, the country's ministry of public security said.
Mike Bloomberg’s 2020 presidential campaign
Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg delivers remarks during a campaign rally on February 12, 2020, in Nashville, Tennessee. | Brett Carlsen/Getty Images Billionaire and former Mayor Mike Bloomberg has joined the Democratic presidential race. Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg joined the 2020 Democratic race in November 2019, aiming to challenge President Donald Trump. Compared to the rest of the Democratic candidates, Bloomberg has had an unconventional campaign so far. In addition to his late entrance to the race, he has spent record-high amounts on political advertisements thanks to his billionaire status, and he has focused most of his attention on Super Tuesday states, steering away from the tradition of campaigning in early primary states such as New Hampshire. Bloomberg has been heavily criticized by his Democratic rivals for attempting to buy his way into the election, but he has also come under intense scrutiny as his record is being dug up. He has endured criticism for some of his controversial policies as mayor, including the stop-and-frisk rule, as well as his past comments on race and gender.
Listen to Episode 12 of ‘Up In The Blue Seats’: The Rangers Aren’t Dead Yet feat. Bernie Nicholls
The Rangers have played their way back into a playoff race in the Eastern Conference, sitting six points out of the final spot. On the newest episode of the “Up In The Blue Seats” podcast, Ron Duguay opens the show talking about the Rangers beating the Blackhawks on Wednesday night for their fifth win in...
Epic NASA photograph shows International Space Station crossing the moon
NASA has revealed a gorgeous image of the Moon, Mars and the International Space Station.
NBC's Dem debate leaves liberal CNN with lowly viewership
As liberal viewers flocked to NBC and MSNBC for the debate, there weren’t many left for CNN, which averaged a dismal 569,000 viewers from 9-11 p.m. ET.
Letitia James preps suit against city over medallion debt crisis
State Attorney General Letitia James plans to sue New York City if it does not fork over $810 million for taxi drivers burdened by debts from medallions purchased at inflated costs at city-sponsored auctions, she said Thursday. James’ intent to sue — announced in a letter to city Comptroller Scott Stringer — comes after an...
Lauren London talks rumors she’s dating Diddy after Nipsey Hussle’s death
"Stop f--king playing with me and my name. Now let me get back to healing."
Elizabeth Warren Won't Reject Super PAC Help Unless All Other Democrats Do
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) on Thursday refused to disavow a newly-formed super PAC aimed at boosting her flailing candidacy for president — despite her public opposition to Super PACs and repeated calls to banish big money from politics.
Bloomberg seeks reset after rough debate debut as Democrats sprint to Super Tuesday
Democratic presidential contenders began a frantic dash for votes on Thursday, as big-spending billionaire Michael Bloomberg sought to move past a bruising debate debut and several of his rivals jockeyed to be the moderate alternative to liberal front-runner Bernie Sanders.
Prosecutors investigating new allegations against Robert Hadden
A plea deal in 2016 means the former Columbia University obstetrician never saw jail time, dozens of women have since come forward
Trump says he won't intervene in Roger Stone case for now
"Roger Stone and everybody has to be treated fairly. And this has not been a fair process, OK?" the president said.
Chinese factory hit hard by coronavirus appears to be open again
One of the Chinese factories that’s been hardest hit by the coronavirus appears to be returning to activity, signaling that China’s government is allowing people to return to work there, The Post has learned. Located about 20 miles outside of Wuhan — the epicenter of the deadly virus — the Daye Hubei copper plant where...
5 Storylines to Look Out for During Second Half of NBA Season
The NBA will begin its unofficial second half of the regular season Thursday, following the league's All-Star Game last weekend.
Bloomberg’s views on redlining could remain an issue for black voters
The term was trending after Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D.-Mass.) mentioned the former New York mayor's stance on the housing policy during Wednesday's debate.
Trump addresses Roger Stone sentencing for first time
President Donald Trump addressed the Roger Stone sentencing for the first time during a commencement address in Las Vegas. CNN's Elie Honig fact-checks Trump's claims about the case.
Mike Bloomberg jokes about brutal Democratic debate debut
"So how was your night last night?" a smirking Bloomberg deadpanned to supporters at an event in Salt Lake City, drawing a chorus of laughter.
Shop gear for next winter at Sorel's End of Season Sale
As we bid winter adieu, Sorel is ramping up its End of Season Sale with additional inventory, including boots, sneakers and slippers.