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'You have not seen anything yet,' climate activist Greta says ahead of Davos

Swedish activist Greta Thunberg and a crowd of some 10,000 protesters marched in the Swiss city of Lausanne on Friday before many of them head to Davos next week to challenge political and business leaders to combat the climate crisis.
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Bernie Sanders Interrupted by Topless Anti-Diary Industry Protesters Pouring Fake Blood on Themselves During Nevada Rally
"Bernie I'm your biggest supporter and I'm here to ask you to stop propping up the dairy industry and stop propping up animal agriculture," said Priya Sawhney, of the protesters.
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Scott Brown fell just short of a Masters-qualifying performance
Scott Brown's parents have a house next to Augusta National. Had he won, he would have been eligible for the Masters this year.
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Nets’ possible lineup strategy with Kyrie Irving lingering
The Nets will come out of the All-Star break having already played nearly two-thirds of the schedule, and still trying to figure out their best rotations and lineups for the final third. Once Kyrie Irving returns from his latest injury, it will give the Nets an enviable trio of lead guards to work with —...
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Ugandan Disney actress Nikita Pearl Waligwa dead at age 15 of brain tumor
Nikita Pearl Waligwa, who played a memorable role in “Queen of Katwe,” a 2016 flick about an Ugandan chess prodigy, died at a hospital near the country’s capital, Kampala.
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Harvey Weinstein’s case might be too weak to convict: Devine
The trial of Harvey Weinstein has provided ample evidence that he is a grotesque pig lacking empathy for the many women he preyed upon, but probably not enough to prove he should be convicted as a rapist. Prepare for an acquittal or a deadlock after the jury goes out Tuesday, because anyone who has sat...
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Steve Hilton calls on Trump to 'blow up bureaucracy, decimate the civil service' in second term
Steve Hilton railed against what he called the Democrats' attacks on President Trump in his opening monologue on "The Next Revolution" Sunday, calling on the president to "blow up bureaucracy" if he wins reelection.
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Novel coronavirus death toll tops 1,770 as US passengers on quarantined cruise ship fly home
The number of deaths from the novel coronavirus has risen to 1,770, with an additional 100 deaths reported Sunday in Hubei, the Chinese province at the center of the outbreak.
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Julio Teheran begins anew in fresh start with the Angels
Julio Teheran parted ways with the Braves, who had helped develop him since he was 16 in Colombia. The 29-year-old starts over with the Angels this spring.
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Robinson Cano eyeing vintage campaign with Mets
PORT ST. LUCIE — Robinson Cano was a model of health, until he arrived to the Mets. Limited to 107 games last year — the fewest of his career beyond the PED suspension that cost him half the season in 2018 — the Mets second baseman said he spent much of the offseason trying to...
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Bloomberg takes heat from primary rivals on Sunday political talk shows
Mike Bloomberg was in the crosshairs of other Democratic presidential candidates on Sunday — with his rivals going on TV to slam his big-budget national ad blitz, past policies and controversial remarks. “The point is that $60 billion can buy you a lot of advertising, but it can’t erase your record,” former Vice President Joe...
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Katie Waldman and Stephen Miller Wed at Trump Hotel
Katie Waldman, Vice President Mike Pence’s press secretary, marries Stephen Miller, a senior adviser to President Trump, at the Trump International Hotel in Washington.
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Top European Union general: Libya mission is key test
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Scramble to track Cambodia cruise ship passengers after coronavirus case reported
Holland America Line said it is working with governments and health experts to track passengers who disembarked from its Westerdam cruise ship docked in Cambodia after an American woman tested positive for coronavirus in Malaysia.
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Trump attends wedding of Stephen Miller
The president returned from the Daytona 500 for the event.
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Sales for refrigerated dog-food makers soar
The divide between dogs and their owners has never been so small — and a fast-growing niche of gourmet pet-food makers is cashing in. Demand for refrigerated pet foods, which must be devoured within days of purchase and are often advertised as good enough for humans, is surging as owners grow increasingly concerned about their...
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China sees coronavirus death toll rise by 105
Chinese authorities on Monday reported a slight upturn in new virus cases and 105 more deaths for a total of 1,770 since the outbreak began two months ago.
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How the NBA All-Star Game honored Kobe Bryant
Odes to Bryant were on full display during the All-Star Game in Chicago.
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Trump kicks off Daytona 500 race crowd with limo loop, Air Force One flyby
President Donald Trump took a loop around the Daytona 500 racetrack on Sunday in his presidential limousine, drawing cheers from fans at NASCAR's most prestigious race not long after completing a dramatic flyby on Air Force One.
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Sipping in sunny Sonoma Valley (2015)
Where the grape is king, a good place to eat and living well is the priority, welcome to the vineyard hotspot of Sonoma.
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'American Idol' premiere: The emotional singers who vied for their ticket to Hollywood
'American Idol' returned for its third season on ABC Sunday night, and the judges saw a mix of emotion, talent and lack thereof.       
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Utah man accused of releasing rodents in hotel rooms to get free stays
A Utah man was arrested for allegedly releasing mice and hamsters in various hotel rooms and then complaining to management in order to get a free stay, a report said Ryan State, 37, is accused of using the rodent ruse to scam at least three Utah hotels, including the Hyatt House in Salt Lake City,...
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Kate Middleton opens up about 'mommy guilt' on podcast
The Duchess of Cambridge opened up about feeling "mommy guilt" during an interview with British podcast "Happy Mum Happy Baby," saying that it's a "constant challenge."
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Former volleyball stars Carrie McCaw and Lesley Prather and 2 daughters killed in Missouri crash
McCaw played volleyball at Syracuse University and Prather played at University of Louisville.
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Former college volleyball stars and their daughters killed in crash
Two university communities are in mourning after two former star volleyball players and their daughters died in a crash in Missouri.
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Here Comes President Zoom!
All he wants to do is zoom-a-zoom-zoom-zoom.
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Cuomo blames anti-Semitism for dividing the country
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday the country is more divided than ever — pointing to recent anti-Semitic attacks in New York. The governor’s statements came after he was asked about upstate and downstate political tensions at an unrelated event in Saranac Lake to promote winter tourism in the Adirondacks. “I don’t think it has anything...
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Dr. Marc Siegel praises US response to coronavirus amid global panic: 'We're being protected'
The State Department's plan to evacuate the nearly 400 Americans quarantined aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan makes "perfect medical sense," Fox News medical correspondent Dr. Marc Siegel said.
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Global coronavirus cases top 71,000
The US government has evacuated more than 300 Americans from the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan, as the the global total of people infected with novel coronavirus surpassed 71,000.
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Georgetown owed credit for overcoming lots of controversy
On Dec. 3, Patrick Ewing kicked two of his best players — starting point guard James Akinjo and key forward Josh LeBlanc — off the team. That was supposed to ruin this season of high expectations on the Hilltop. Georgetown was now down to seven scholarship players. The last two games, that number has been...
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Border Patrol agents find 26 illegal immigrants hiding inside tractor-trailer in California, officials say
Border Patrol agents arrested a man Wednesday after discovering 26 illegal immigrants hiding inside a tractor-trailer that was crossing into California at the U.S.-Mexico border, officials said.
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Trump campaign manager deletes dramatic Air Force One photo
President Donald Trump's campaign manager deleted a tweet featuring a dramatic photo of Air Force One at the Daytona 500 after users pointed out that the shot was from President George W. Bush's visit to the NASCAR race in 2004, not from Trump's visit on Sunday.
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Japan keeps high coronavirus alert as nationals return from China
Japan evacuated more nationals from the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak on Monday, while concerns about the spreading disease raised the possibility that organizers may cut the number of participants at next month's Tokyo Marathon.
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares hover around 3-week highs on Chinese support measures
Asian shares reversed earlier losses on Monday and moved back toward a three-week top as Chinese efforts to cushion the blow from a coronavirus outbreak cheered investors, although Japanese stocks faltered amid growing recession risks.
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WRAPUP 2-Coronavirus cases rise again in China as recession looms for Japan, Singapore
The number of reported new cases of coronavirus in China's Hubei province rose on Monday after two days of falls, as authorities imposed tough new restrictions on movement to prevent the spread of the disease which has now killed more than 1,700 people.
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Almost half of UWS tower would have to be removed under new court ruling
That’s quite the haircut. A court ruling this past week could lead to a dramatic trimming of the nearly completed 200 Amsterdam Avenue, currently the tallest tower on the Upper West Side standing at 668 feet. Manhattan Supreme Court Judge W. Franc Perry issued the shocking decision that the city must revoke the building permit...
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Kobe Bryant honored at NBA All-Star Game by Magic Johnson, Jennifer Hudson, Common
NBA legend Magic Johnson, singer Jennifer Hudson and rapper Common teamed up Sunday night for an emotional tribute to the late L.A. Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant, ahead of the NBA All-Star Game in Chicago.
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Rare photos of Richard Avedon, from the lens of his longtime assistant
It is often said that American fashion photographer Richard Avedon captured the very souls of his subjects in his photos.
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Rare photos of Richard Avedon, from the lens of his longtime assistant
Gideon Lewin, who worked with famed photographer Richard Avedon for 16 years, recounts his experiences in a new book.
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MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred defends his punishment of the Houston Astros
'I don't think there's a player ... who relishes the idea of being a 2017 Houston Astro answering questions about what happened and why it happened.'
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Jennifer Hudson Sings Moving Tribute to Kobe Bryant to Start NBA All-Star Game, And Twitter Wept
Hudson, who is an Oscar-winning singer and actress, sang a stirring rendition of "For All We Know (We May Meet Again)" while images of Kobe Bryant were shown in the background.
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Long Islander mounts new challenge to state Sen. Savino in Democratic primary
One of the few remaining Democrats in the state Senate who previously allied herself with the GOP is facing a primary challenge on June 23. Long Islander Brandon Stradford, 56, a retired social worker with the Human Resources Administration, is taking on eight-term incumbent state Sen. Diane Savino, who represents the Democratic-leaning 23rd district covering...
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Snowmobilers die in avalanche they might have triggered
In the Rocky Mountains outside of Denver, Colorado, two snowmobilers were buried and killed in an avalanche that officials say they my have accidentally triggered.
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Chinese President Xi Says He Was Leading COVID-19 Efforts During Critical Early Stages of Outbreak
Xi said he had “continuously given verbal and written instructions” since Jan. 7
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Jose Altuve tattoo conspiracy should heighten MLB’s hunt
NORTH PORT, Fla. — People want blood. They want historical revision. They won’t get what they want, yet they needn’t settle for nothing. Instead, from this Astros sign-stealing scandal that has both elevated and soiled baseball’s standing, the game’s participants and fans can reasonably ask for this: A vow from Major League Baseball that this...
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Cops release image of man wanted in slaying of Bronx deli worker
Police on Sunday released surveillance footage of a masked man wanted in the fatal shooting of a Bronx deli worker. The man could be seen in the footage ambling with a cane on a sidewalk. Cops said he’s a suspect in the murder of 34-year-old Yahya Almuntser, a worker at B&A Gourmet Deli who was...
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Elton John needs to be helped off stage in New Zealand due to pneumonia
The 72-year-old "Rocket Man" was performing at the Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland when he lost his voice and ended the show early, the singer said on Instragam
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KIds take over Target store for 8-year-old's birthday
Brayden Lawrence turned 8 on Sunday and had her birthday party at her favorite place on Earth: Target.
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