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1. Man pleads guilty to providing support for ISIS12:30[−]
BUFFALO, N.Y. — A New York man who traveled to Turkey in an attempt to join the Islamic State group has pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to a terrorist organization. Arafat Nagi (NAH’-gee) entered the plea in federal court in Buffalo on Monday. The 47-year-old Lackawanna (lak-ah-WAH’-nah) man faces up to 15...

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2. Gun industry holds massive show miles from site of Vegas massacre11:34[−]
The gun industry is holding its biggest annual trade show this week just a few miles from where a gunman slaughtered 58 concertgoers outside his high-rise Las Vegas hotel room in October using a display case worth of weapons, many of them fitted with bump stocks that enabled them to mimic fully automatic fire. What...

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3. Maniac threatens mass shooting at ‘fake news’ CNN headquarters10:51[−]
A madman was arrested after railing against CNN as “fake news” and pledging to travel to the network’s Atlanta headquarters and commit a mass shooting, according to reports Monday. Brandon Griesemer, who lives near Detroit, was taken into custody Friday after he made more than 20 calls to the cable news network that became increasingly...

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4. Hawaii governor couldn’t warn public of missile ‘crisis’ because he forgot password10:01[−]
The governor of Hawaii wanted to inform the public that they would not die in a ballistic missile attack — but he forgot his Twitter password. Gov. David Ige said on Sunday that he could not access his Twitter account on the morning of Jan. 13 — while Hawaiians were reeling after receiving the false...

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5. Steakhouse owner ripped over objection to rising minimum wage09:34[−]
One Big Apple steak house owner’s beef with the rising minimum wage got him grilled on social media on Monday. Willie “Jack” Degel, long an outspoken critic of rising minimum wages and their effect on restaurants, talked himself into the firestorm when he inadvertently knocked both his customers and his employees during an interview on...

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6. Daily News editor accused of sexual harassment08:55[−]
A managing editor at the New York Daily News has reportedly been placed under internal investigation after a sexual-harassment complaint was filed against him. The newspaper’s parent company, Tronc, told National Public Radio that Robert Moore was being probed after NPR asked about the complaint, which was filed last month. Moore took over running the...

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7. The strategy Trump must take to ween our country off gasoline08:32[−]
Drill everywhere! That’s what I suggested years ago in a column that proposed a solution to our reliance on imported oil — and the habit we have of getting into wars in the Middle East. But — and this is a big but — I also recommended that the US simultaneously vow to end our...

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8. Islanders fall in OT despite pair from Anthony Beauvillier08:14[−]
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Nick Cousins scored his second goal of the game 2:21 into overtime to lift the Coyotes to a 3-2 win over the Islanders on Monday night. Anthony Beauvillier scored two goals for his second straight two-goal game for the Islanders, who have lost three of four and eight of 12. Beauvillier has...

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9. Knicks are catching angry Warriors at worst possible time08:02[−]
SAN FRANCISCO — Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek and associate coach Kurt Rambis hopped from player to player Monday after practice, sitting with many of them, looking at video on a laptop one day after the Lakers feasted on the Knicks defense. The attention to detail was at its highest during a two-plus-hour practice at the...

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10. ‘SNL’ doesn’t get what really bothers the American people08:01[−]
Leave it to “Saturday Night Live” to come up with the most profound analysis yet of the American public — even if the show’s writers were being sarcastic. This past Saturday, “SNL” had a satirical game-show skit in which guest host Jessica Chastain (who, incidentally, was great in the movie “Molly’s Game”) would tell contestants...

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11. WWE champ suspended amid rape investigation07:50[−]
WWE Cruiserweight champion Enzo Amore is the subject of a rape investigation by police in Arizona and has been suspended by the company, according to reports. A woman, who chose to remain nameless, claimed on Twitter under the name @MissGucciWitch that Amore, whose real name is Eric Arndt, raped her last October and his friends...

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12. Netflix beats growth estimates despite price increase07:39[−]
Netflix blew past fourth-quarter growth estimates — signing up 8.3 million new subscribers in the period, despite a price increase. The solid performance cheered investors — who pushed shares of the video streamer up more than 8 percent in after-hours trading, to over $246, a new high. The spike pushed the market cap of the...

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13. Knicks won’t write off Ntilikina’s up-and-down rookie season07:38[−]
SAN FRANCISCO — Knicks rookie point guard Frank Ntilikina knows he’s not the first lottery pick to have an up-and-down first year. “I know it’s going to take time. You see a lot of rookies go through that season where they’re not consistent and show flashes,’’ Ntilikina said. “That’s what I’m doing. I’m showing flashes....

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14. Several injured after volcano rocks Japanese ski resort07:29[−]
TOKYO — At least nine people were injured Tuesday in a volcanic eruption near a ski resort in central Japan, officials said. Most of the injured were on the ski slopes, while some were in a gondola where glass was broken apparently by a flying rock, said Makoto Shinohara, an official in Kusatsu town. Five...

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15. Nets’ resurgent defense is lifting struggling squad07:24[−]
OKLAHOMA CITY — No matter how much the Nets scored in the first half of games last season, they typically still lost because they were sieves on defense. They didn’t start winning until they started guarding. It appears they had to learn the same lesson again this year — but at least they’ve learned it...

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16. New transit boss pledges plan to fix subways and buses07:09[−]
New York City Transit President Andy Byford helmed his first committee meeting on Monday, and vowed to do all he can to improve service on the beleaguered subways and buses. Byford, who previously worked for the Toronto subway system and London Underground, said he is putting together a “comprehensive corporate plan” that will be ready...

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17. Chris Mullin is letting another St. John’s season slip away07:02[−]
When Chris Mullin was hired, the hope was he would follow in Fred Hoiberg’s footsteps as the favorite son who turned around his foundering alma mater. Instead, it has followed the script of Clyde Drexler and Eddie Jordan — NBA alumni who struggled while coaching their former schools. Two-and-a-half years into his first job as...

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18. Road woes a new wrinkle in Rangers’ frustrating season06:54[−]
LOS ANGELES — It has been an oddity this season, going into a visiting dressing room and seeing the Rangers all distraught. But the best road team in the Eastern Conference since the start of last season (34 wins), as well as since Alain Vigneault took over as head coach in 2013-14 (106 wins), is...

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19. ‘Bachelor’ Arie wary to rob the cradle with 22-year-old nanny06:54[−]
Age isn’t just a number for Arie Luyendyk Jr. As the 36-year-old “Bachelor” continues his search for Mrs. Right, the former racer receives an 11th hour bombshell on Monday’s episode, after nanny Bekah M. reveals she is 22 years young. “[At] 36, things have slowed down and I enjoy waking up with the sun, which...

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20. James Dolan and wife split after 15 years of marriage06:49[−]
“While this decision was a difficult one, we have a great deal of regard for each other."

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