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It's National Margarita Day! Here's where to score great deals on drinks
Jimmy Buffett once famously said: "If life gives you limes, make margaritas."
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Swarm of 40,000 killer bees attack first responders in California
California first responders were all abuzz when they showed up to a report of a bee sting — only to be attacked by 40,000 aggressive African killer honeybees. The first firefighter on the scene in Pasadena was stung 17 times — six other firefighters and police were stung afterward. Three first responders were rushed to...
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5 Hospitalized After Stung by Swarm of 40,000 Bees in California
Two firefighters, one police officer and two civilians were sent to a hospital
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Relatives of Queens pol Liz Crowley allegedly shown ‘favoritism’ in school jobs
The sister and nephew of Liz Crowley, an ex-city councilwoman running for Queens borough president, are getting special treatment as teachers in a city middle school, a whistleblower charges. The politician’s sister, Patricia Crowley, returned to IS 5 the Walter Crowley School — named for their late councilman uncle — after a higher-paying De
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How Colin O’Brady crossed the world’s most unforgiving place in 54 days
Adventurer Colin O’Brady felt like his hands were being crushed. It was his 48th day trudging through Antarctica, attempting to become the first person ever to walk the 930 miles from one end of the continent to the other completely unassisted. But battling through a particularly nasty storm, the 12-hour days spent gripping ski poles...
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"The Pharmacist" documents a father's fight against the opioid epidemic
The new Netflix documentary series profiles Dan Schneider, a small-town pharmacist who was one of the first people to identify and confront what we now know as America's opioid epidemic.
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Justice Sotomayor warns the Supreme Court is doing special favors for the Trump administration
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor speaks at Tufts University on September 12, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. | Photo by Paul Marotta/Getty Images The ordinary rules no longer apply when the Trump administration shows up in court. The Supreme Court voted along party-lines Friday evening to allow a Trump administration rule restricting low-incom
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Greyhound will no longer allow Border Patrol to conduct warrantless searches on its buses
Greyhound will not allow US Customs and Border Protection agents to conduct searches on its buses without warrants, the company announced Friday.
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Here's what to expect from Trump's visit to India
It's Donald Trump's first visit to India -- and it comes at a crucial time for both countries. CNN takes a look at what to expect from the two-day trip.
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Nevada Gov. talks non-disclosure agreements before caucus
CNN's Victor Blackwell talks to Gov. Steve Sisolak (D-NV) about volunteers in his state being asked to sign non-disclosure agreements ahead of the caucus which caused site volunteer Seth Morrison to step down.
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She's lived in the US for years. Now she faces a tough choice
CNN's Nick Valencia speaks to a Houston resident whose future is uncertain after the Trump administration adds six new countries to an expanded immigration ban.
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Italian Towns Locked Down Following 2 COVID-19 Deaths and a Surge of Cases
The growing cluster of cases have no direct links to the origin of the outbreak abroad
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A rare rainbow snake was spotted in a Florida forest for the first time in 50 years. Don't worry, it's harmless
A hiker in Florida found and took pictures of a rare rainbow snake, a species that experts say hasn't been seen in the area for more than 50 years.
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Democrats fear repeat of caucus chaos as Nevada voting begins
Nearly 75,000 people cast early ballots ahead of Saturday’s vote, the first contest in a state where whites make up less than half of the population.
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Jets sign Josh Doctson for wide receiver depth
The Jets’ quest to improve their wide receiving group continued Saturday with the signing of Josh Doctson. Doctson, a 2016 first-round pick of the Redskins, spent his first three seasons in Washington, where he had 81 receptions for 1,100 yards and eight touchdowns in 33 games. The 27-year-old, former TCU standout struggled at times befo
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Zion Williamson just became the youngest player to score over 20 points in seven straight games
Zion Williamson may have only played 11 games this season, but the New Orleans Pelicans rookie is already making history.
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Watch Curtis Blaydes beat 'Rumble' Johnson ... in a sumo wrestling match
UFC stars Curtis Blaydes and Anthony Johnson partake in a sumo wrestling match in Miami.       Related StoriesUFC on ESPN+ 26 play-by-play and live results (4 p.m. ET)UFC on ESPN+ 26 discussion threadAfter Bellator 239 win, Denise Kielholtz says she's one win away from a title shot 
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Navy lineman David Forney dies after being found unresponsive in dorm room
Navy football's David Forney, 22, died Thursday night after being found unresponsive in his dorm room. He started all 13 games as a senior lineman.      
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Greyhound to stop allowing immigration checks on buses
Greyhound had previously insisted that even though it didn't like the immigration checks, it had no choice under federal law but to allow them.
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Michigan House Considers Bill to Ban Cat Declawing
The Michigan House is proposing a bill that would make it illegal for state residents to declaw their house cats.
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Joe Biden can't remember what son's job was, thinks he was U.S. Attorney General
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden could not remember what his late son Beau Biden did for working during a CNN town hall event on Thursday.
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Over 100 children have died from the flu this year in the US
While the world worries about the coronavirus, the flu is killing scores of kids in the U.S.
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UPDATE 1-Twitter suspends group of pro-Bloomberg accounts over 'platform manipulation'
Twitter Inc on Friday said it had started suspending and restricting dozens of accounts posting content promoting U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg.
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Johnny Manziel’s Twitter account deleted after XFL message
Is Johnny Football making another comeback? The Twitter account belonging to Johnny Manziel on Friday tweeted at XFL commissioner Oliver Luck, in what appeared to be an effort to get the former Heisman Trophy winner in the resurrected football league. “If ya wanna boost your ratings to another level, just send me the contract tomorrow...
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Giorgio Armani sparks backlash over ‘rape’ remark
Italian fashion titan Giorgio Armani sparked outrage by using the word “rape” to describe the industry’s sexualization of women. “I think it’s time for me to say what I think. Women keep getting raped by designers, by us,” the designer told reporters at Milan fashion week, according to multiple reports. “If
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Couple allegedly drove 2 teenage boys on bikes off the road for their Trump flag
A couple was charged after allegedly driving two teenage boys off the road because they support Trump.
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California sheriff complies with ICE subpoenas on jail records
A California sheriff is refusing to ignore subpoenas for information from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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Bullied 9-year-old Quaden Bayles paid a price for outpouring of support
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Kim Kardashian surprises Foodgod with $10K birthday cake
"Jonathan ordered the cake, but then Kim called and had it supersized."
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WRAPUP 5-New coronavirus cases fall in China, but WHO concerned by global spread
China reported a sharp fall in new deaths and cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, but world health officials warned it was too early to make predictions about the outbreak as new infections continued to rise in other countries.
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