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1. Medical report underscores the limits of screening travelers for coronavirus01:23[−]

Two Germans who appeared healthy when they left Wuhan, China, were infected with the new coronavirus and might have been able to spread it to others.

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2. Harvey Weinstein attorney scolded for writing op-ed on eve of jury deliberationsВт, 18 фев[−]

Harvey Weinstein's lead defense attorney Donna Rotunno was lambasted by a prosecutor for writing an op-ed addressing the jury ahead of trial deliberations.

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3. Judge refuses to delay sentencing of Trump ally Roger StoneВт, 18 фев[−]

The Federal Judges Assn.'s leader says the group 'could not wait' to discuss the actions of Trump and William Barr in Roger Stone's sentencing.

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4. SARS killed hundreds and then disappeared. Could this coronavirus die out?Вт, 18 фев[−]

The containment of the 2003 SARS outbreak is considered one of the biggest public health victories in recent years. Stopping the new coronavirus, known as COVID-19, will probably be much harder.

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5. Central Americans have long migrated north. Today, their studies are getting their dueВт, 18 фев[−]

Scholars have worked diligently to create space for a field that decades ago was considered irrelevant

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6. Boy Scouts seek bankruptcy under wave of new sex abuse lawsuitsВт, 18 фев[−]

The move comes after the deadline for filing childhood sexual assault claims was extended in California and other states.

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7. 14 Americans test positive for coronavirus as U.S. evacuates cruise passengersВт, 18 фев[−]

U.S. officials said early Monday that 14 American passengers evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan had tested positive for the new coronavirus, but were allowed on flights to military bases in California and Texas.

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8. Russian Tatars feel threatened as Putin pursues nationalist agendaВт, 18 фев[−]

Russia's parliament approves legislation ending the rights of the 85 regions, republic and territories to mandate compulsory regional language lessons.

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9. As leaders spar over homelessness in Austin, California becomes a punching bagВт, 18 фев[−]

'No SF in TX,' Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, tweeted. He has feuded over homelessness with Steve Adler, Austin's Democratic mayor.

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10. Coronavirus fears rise after Cambodia welcomes stranded cruise shipПн, 17 фев[−]

Governments were scrambling to trace passengers after an 83-year-old American woman who traveled on the Westerdam cruise liner was infected.

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11. Amid coronavirus threat, study abroad programs in China canceledПн, 17 фев[−]

Students, faculty and program staff across the U.S. have scrambled to find study alternatives at the last minute amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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12. From toys to Teslas, China's coronavirus disrupts flow of global businessПн, 17 фев[−]

The deadly coronavirus outbreak is hurting scores of companies in California and nationwide that depend on Chinese production and consumer spending.

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13. Truman and Coolidge go up, Jefferson and Jackson go down. How history remembers presidentsПн, 17 фев[−]

On Presidents Day, it's worth noting that the way we remember our chief executives says more about the present than the past.

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14. The mood in Pete Buttigieg's South Bend: 'Hopeful, energetic — and tense'Вс, 16 фев[−]

After decades of malaise, South Bend went through big changes during Pete Buttigieg's tenure as mayor. But there is fear that the gains have been uneven and that its fragile progress could slip away.

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15. Utah trial featuring a prominent member of polygamist sect and an L.A. businessman has wide implicationsВс, 16 фев[−]

A prominent member of a secretive Utah polygamist sect and a Los Angeles businessman reputed to be a gangster allegedly teamed up on a $470-million fraud scheme.

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16. 'He was my big, strong brother': Inside one Iowa family's anguish amid a rise in farmer suicidesВс, 16 фев[−]

Troy Sand's suicide devastated his large, close-knit family and shattered this tiny community of fewer than 1,200 people in northwestern Iowa. His death also represented a growing manifestation of despair in rural America – the number of farmers taking their own lives.

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17. Candy sent into outer space to satisfy astronauts' cravingsВс, 16 фев[−]

A cargo ship rocketed toward the International Space Station on Saturday, carrying candy and cheese to satisfy the astronauts' cravings.


18. Mississippi braces for potentially historic floodingВс, 16 фев[−]

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves declares a state of emergency as forecasters say the Pearl River in Jackson will crest at levels not seen in decades.

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19. How a seven-day truce could start Afghanistan on an uncertain road to peaceСб, 15 фев[−]

If a U.S.-Taliban deal holds, tougher talks between militants and Afghan officials would follow, potentially reshaping the country.

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20. Op-Ed: Is this the time the Afghanistan war ends?Сб, 15 фев[−]

A door is opening that may lead to the end of a 20-year war. We must have the courage to walk through, says former White House official Richard A. Clarke.

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21. In Mexico, a grisly killing inflames debate about femicideСб, 15 фев[−]

In Mexico, as in other Latin American nations, feminists, human rights advocates and others have long argued that the murder of women has not been a law enforcement priority.

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22. U.S. announces a brief truce with the Taliban in Afghanistan, as a prelude to possible negotiationsСб, 15 фев[−]

The administration announced a weeklong truce with the Taliban in Afghanistan, a possible step toward Trump's goal of ending America's longest war.

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23. He helped put out fires in the Amazon. Months later, he was arrested for arsonСб, 15 фев[−]

Lawyers for four volunteer firefighters say their arrests are part of a crackdown on critics of the Brazilian government's policies in the Amazon.

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24. 'With the war came the drugs.' At Kabul's Mother Camp, heroin addicts find helpПт, 14 фев[−]

The woman who runs the Mother Camp heroin rehab clinic in Afghanistan defies a male-dominated in the war-broken land

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25. Amy Klobuchar's mission in Nevada: 'I have to get people to know me'Пт, 14 фев[−]

Fresh off a surprise New Hampshire showing, Amy Klobuchar campaigns in Nevada.

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26. Deadly fires in Australia have made climate change converts, as in CaliforniaПт, 14 фев[−]

Deadly fires in recent years have heightened concerns in California about the impacts of climate change. The same shift is happening in Australia.

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27. These Pakistani students want out of coronavirus-stricken Chinese city. Their government says noПт, 14 фев[−]

Pakistan has resisted calls to evacuate several hundred students from the virus-hit city of Wuhan, a decision that hinges on health as well as politics.

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28. Trump seeks to divert more Pentagon money to border wall constructionПт, 14 фев[−]

Lawmakers immediately criticized President Trump's proposal, for a second year, to take defense funds to pay for the border wall he once promised Mexico would finance.

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29. Harvey Weinstein is 'an innocent man,' defense says at closing argument of New York trialПт, 14 фев[−]

In a scathing closing argument, Harvey Weinstein's attorney attacked prosecutors before pleading with the jury to acquit the mogul of sexual assault.

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30. Venezuela traslada a ejecutivos petroleros a una c?rcel m?s estricta despu?s de que Trump recibiera al l?der de la oposici?nПт, 14 фев[−]

Seis ejecutivos de Citgo, con sede en Houston, han estado detenidos en prisiones venezolanas durante m?s de dos a?os sin ser juzgados.

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31. China fires officials as coronavirus infections soarПт, 14 фев[−]

A Hong Kong epidemiologist says confirmed coronavirus cases are just "the tip of the iceberg," but it's not yet clear what that iceberg looks like.

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32. Monaco's Prince Albert II: Oceans are a 'family heritage,' with little time to save themЧт, 13 фев[−]

Grace Kelly's son is hopeful the U.S. will rejoin efforts to address climate change and protect oceans. But, he said, 'the window is closing.'

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33. Ratification of Equal Rights Amendment runs into opposition — from Trump, sure, but Ruth Bader Ginsburg?Чт, 13 фев[−]

Even with Virginia's latest ratification, the Equal Rights Amendment looks doubtful.

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34. 'The eulogy they never received': Reclaiming the heritage of Jewish American soldiers killed in World War IIЧт, 13 фев[−]

Many Jewish Americans were mistakenly buried under Latin crosses after the war. Scholars are working to correct the record -- and their gravestones.

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35. A coronavirus ward? How U.S. hospitals are preparing for this new threatЧт, 13 фев[−]

Hospitals are stocking up on gowns and goggles and holding refresher courses in infection control amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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36. Fewer options abroad for fleeing VenezuelansЧт, 13 фев[−]

Many Latin American countries are imposing new visa requirements in response to the exodus from Venezuela

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37. Judge restores immigrant-detention hotline featured in 'Orange Is the New Black'Чт, 13 фев[−]

ICE is ordered to bring back the hotline for now. Rights organizations contend its cancellation is part of a pattern of retaliation.

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38. The halfway underground homes of 'Parasite' are real spaces of desperation and dreamsСр, 12 фев[−]

'You can't tell whether it's night or daytime,' said a woman who lives in a semi-basement home featured in the Academy Award-winning 'Parasite.' 'It's a good place to dream.'

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39. Coronavirus outbreak spurs hoarding in AsiaСр, 12 фев[−]

Panicked shoppers formed long lines outside grocery and drugstores in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore to snatch up staples in case the coronavirus crisis worsens.

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40. How deadly is the new coronavirus? Scientists race to find the answerСр, 12 фев[−]

It's the biggest medical mystery on the planet: Just how deadly is the new coronavirus from China?

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41. Venezuela moves U.S. oil execs to a harsher jail after Trump hosts opposition leaderСр, 12 фев[−]

Six executives for Houston-based Citgo have been held in Venezuelan prisons for more than two years without trial.

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42. Will black voters save Joe Biden?Ср, 12 фев[−]

What are black voters in South Carolina thinking as the former vice president has lost momentum in Democrats' nominating contest?

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43. All travelers from mainland China being monitored for coronavirus in L.A. CountyСр, 12 фев[−]

More than 1,000 people have been assigned a public health nurse and asked to self-isolate and not to go to work or school for 14 days.

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44. Think you know where California is? Think again, says a Mexican activistСр, 12 фев[−]

Hundreds of years ago, the Mexican state of Baja California Sur was simply California, the first place on Earth to have that name.

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45. McManus: Trump once vowed to wipe out the federal deficit. Now he's just pretendingСр, 12 фев[−]

In 2016, President Trump promised to wipe out the federal deficit in 8 years. His latest budget proposal sets a 15-year target, and even that is laughable.

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46. Five takeaways from the New Hampshire primaryСр, 12 фев[−]

The closely watched New Hampshire primary finally arrived Tuesday. How did the vote reshape the 2020 Democratic presidential field? Here are five things to take away from the results.

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47. China boasts of 'people's war' against coronavirus. But Wuhan residents see shoddy propagandaСр, 12 фев[−]

As Wuhan's Communist Party chief boasted of successes, the city's sick and desperate blamed the government for not containing the coronavirus.

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48. Customs chief says agents erred in detaining Iranian Americans at U.S.-Canada borderСр, 12 фев[−]

Rep. Pramila Jayapal called on Customs and Border Protection to release more information about the incidents and explain why officials took so long to acknowledge them.

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49. What you need to know about the 2020 New Hampshire primaryСр, 12 фев[−]

The New Hampshire primary, the first in the nation, is underway following the chaos of the Iowa caucuses. Here's what you need to know.

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50. Harvey Weinstein defense flips the script: Accusers are opportunists, not victimsВт, 11 фев[−]

Harvey Weinstein's attorneys suggest his accusers were trying to siphon connections, acting roles and other favors from the former Hollywood titan.

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51. A month after Meghan Markle's exit, Britons continue to debate the role of raceВт, 11 фев[−]

Black Britons say that racism helped drive out the royal couple. Nigel Farage, a prominent voice in the Brexit debate, disagrees.

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52. 2020 Democrats struggle to narrow the field as New Hampshire prepares to voteВт, 11 фев[−]

As Bernie Sanders solidifies support with progressives, the battle among centrist candidates is poised to rage long after the New Hampshire primary.

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53. South Korea revels in Oscar wins of 'uniquely Korean' film 'Parasite'Пн, 10 фев[−]

'The American Oscars, they don't give that to just anybody.' Average moviegoers, politicians and the president celebrate 'Parasite' in South Korea.

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54. Coronavirus shutdown costing Macao's gaming industry $100 million a day. Why are casinos OK with that?Пн, 10 фев[−]

A closure of the industry to stop the coronavirus comes as casino operators such as Las Vegas Sands and MGM Resorts are aiming to win new gaming licenses.

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55. China continues to limit NBA's exposure to fans months after controversyПн, 10 фев[−]

The NBA's business relationship with China is still tenuous following a controversy sparked by a pro-democracy tweet from a team executive.

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56. Coming soon: The first pictures of the sun's north and south polesПн, 10 фев[−]

A new spacecraft is about to blast off for the sun, where it will capture the first-ever images of the north and south poles.

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57. Another flight carrying Americans fleeing coronavirus lands in Southern CaliforniaВс, 09 фев[−]

Two flights left China with about 300 passengers aboard, the Pentagon says. One landed near San Diego. Passengers will be quarantined at a base there.

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58. Democratic presidential candidates attacking Pete Buttigieg as New Hampshire primary nearsВс, 09 фев[−]

Pete Buttigieg worked to solidify his strength in New Hampshire as his Democratic rivals tried to undermine him before the primary vote.

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59. Taiwan tries to keep coronavirus out while asserting itself against ChinaВс, 09 фев[−]

The threat posed by Taiwan's much larger neighbor, China, is compounded by the coronavirus, arriving with travelers in a connected cross-straits economy.

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60. Earthquake: 6.2 quake felt near Kokopo, Papua New GuineaВс, 09 фев[−]

A magnitude 6.2 earthquake was reported 75 miles from Kokopo, Papua New Guinea.

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61. Chinese demand freedom of speech and honesty after whistleblower in coronavirus fight diesВс, 09 фев[−]

Amid coronavirus outbreak, Chinese people are angered by state propaganda and demanding accountability and truth.

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62. Joe Biden has a few (actually many) things on his mindВс, 09 фев[−]

Facing dire political straits, the former vice president steps out and holds forth before reporters in Manchester, N.H.

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63. Misinformation about the coronavirus abounds, but correcting it can backfireСб, 08 фев[−]

With so much false information circulating about the coronavirus outbreak, health officials are trying to set the record straight. Here's why that can backfire.

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64. Critics aghast at proposal to make classical America's 'default' architectural styleСб, 08 фев[−]

A proposed executive order would make Greek- and Roman-style buildings the default style for federal buildings. Trump hasn't signed it yet, but architecture groups are already outraged.

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65. In Mexico, officials promise no repeat of swine flu delays of 2009Сб, 08 фев[−]

As the new coronavirus scare spreads, Mexican officials wary of a repeat of the 2009 swine flu epidemic vow to respond quickly.

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66. Maxi pads, half an orange: Asia's scramble for surgical masks springs creative solutionsСб, 08 фев[−]

With face masks nearly impossible to find in Asia stores, people share creative alternatives on social media: a mask made of a maxi pad? Half an orange?

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67. New Europeans: Greece is handing residency to thousands of wealthy ChineseПт, 07 фев[−]

In Greece, a program that grants wealthy foreign investors Greek citizenship — and by extension European Union citizenship — spawns a growth industry.

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68. Wealth and struggle in a liberal bubble that Elizabeth Warren calls homeПт, 07 фев[−]

The rich, brainy city of Cambridge, Mass., reflects Elizabeth Warren's have-a-plan approach as well as inequality issues at the center of her campaign.

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69. Column One: After two decades on the trail of the 9/11 mastermind, here's what I've learnedПт, 07 фев[−]

Journalist Terry McDermott has spent the better part of two decades chasing Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the self-professed mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks. What drives him, and what has he learned?

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70. A doctor was arrested for warning China about the coronavirus. Then he died of itПт, 07 фев[−]

Anguish and fury are growing in China, inflamed by an ugly reality: that authorities prioritized saving face over the health and safety of the people.

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71. Canada's Trudeau campaigns for rotating chair on U.N. Security CouncilЧт, 06 фев[−]

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is barnstorming through Africa seeking support for a rotating chair on the United Nations Security Council.

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72. Trump team finalizes plans for drilling, mining in shrunken Utah national monumentsЧт, 06 фев[−]

Final drilling and mining plans are implemented for two national monuments in Utah downsized by President Trump despite objections of several groups.

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73. For hundreds fleeing coronavirus in China, home is now a quarantine zone on California basesЧт, 06 фев[−]

The travelers from China are subject to a 14-day federal quarantine (the incubation period for the coronavirus) under orders from the CDC.

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74. What is a pandemic? Does the coronavirus qualify?Чт, 06 фев[−]

The coronavirus outbreak is declared a global public health emergency, but does it qualify as a pandemic? We explain the difference and why it matters.

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75. God, gas and heroin. Now, the fight's over waterЧт, 06 фев[−]

Men on the border between Afghanistan and Iran have battled for centuries. Now a fight over water is brewing.

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76. Was Mitt Romney's vote the fulfillment of a Mormon prophecy?Чт, 06 фев[−]

The Utah senator was the only Republican to vote for conviction at President Trump's impeachment trial. For some Mormons, there is a religious significance.

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77. Chinese orchestra's Orange County concert canceled over coronavirus panicЧт, 06 фев[−]

The Philharmonic Society of Orange County cancels a Shanghai Chinese Orchestra concert despite no evidence of a coronavirus pubic health threat.

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78. What happens if the coronavirus outbreak becomes a pandemic?Ср, 05 фев[−]

Despite the colossal efforts to contain the new coronavirus, scientists are quietly preparing for an increasingly likely outcome: A full-blown global pandemic.

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79. Myers: Iowa's caucuses saw several changes all at once, a cautionary tale for the California primaryСр, 05 фев[−]

After years of national heckling for holding elections that last longer than the time it takes to binge-watch several seasons of a TV show, it's no wonder that California political insiders are breathing of sigh of relief: At least we're not Iowa.

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80. A Gauguin sculpture that wasn't, and the sleuth whose fight with the Getty isn't overСр, 05 фев[−]

The Getty quietly changed the attribution on "Head With Horns" from Paul Gauguin to "unknown." An art collector claims credit. Getty says not so fast.

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81. As nations isolate themselves, coronavirus forces us to see we're more connected than everСр, 05 фев[−]

At a time of trade wars and immigration bans, a deadly microbe from China shatters the illusion that any nation can stand alone.

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82. Partisan passions overtake Trump's State of the Union speechСр, 05 фев[−]

President Trump pitched economic optimism and his reelection campaign in a State of the Union address to Congress a day before the Senate votes on his impeachment.

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83. Tulsa finally decides to address 1921 race massacre with search for mass graveСр, 05 фев[−]

Tulsa officials have announced plans to excavate a possible mass grave of blacks who were massacred in 1921

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84. App made by Clinton campaign veterans' firm is behind Iowa caucuses debacleСр, 05 фев[−]

Shadow, a tech developer started by veterans of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential run, built the app being blamed for delaying Iowa Democratic caucus results.

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85. Coronavirus fears, rumors, misinformation roil Alhambra schoolsСр, 05 фев[−]

But Alhambra doesn't plan to cancel classes, district spokesman says. Don't rely on 'rumor and hysterical social media posts,' he adds.

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86. Jewish settlers in West Bank find legitimacy in Trump peace planВт, 04 фев[−]

Many Jewish settlers in the West Bank aren't thrilled with President Trump's new peace plan, even though it favors them over the Palestinians.

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87. Does Putin intend to rule for life — or does he have other plans?Вт, 04 фев[−]

Two weeks after their government was replaced, Russians remain unsure of the intentions of President Vladimir Putin.

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88. Iowa Democratic caucuses turn to chaos as party fails to declare winnerВт, 04 фев[−]

Precinct chairs around the state report problems with the computer application intended to relay results to party headquarters.

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89. No results from Iowa, but a satellite caucus in Palm Springs reports a winner: Amy KlobucharВт, 04 фев[−]

The Iowa Democratic party held satellite caucuses across the nation and world Monday in a bid to make the voting process more accessible for Iowans who are temporarily living in other places. One of the biggest satellites outside Iowa was in Palm Springs.

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90. Michael Bloomberg ramps up California campaign as rivals finish race in IowaВт, 04 фев[−]

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg hits Sacramento, Fresno and Compton.

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91. He filmed corpses of coronavirus victims in China. Then the police broke into his homeВт, 04 фев[−]

China is ramping up censorship after the coronavirus outbreak. Police dressed in hazmat suits to 'quarantine' a man, then took him to a police station.

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92. Forever 21's landlords offer a cut rate of $81 million for the L.A. retailerВт, 04 фев[−]

A group that includes two of Forever 21 Inc.'s biggest landlords has offered to buy the bankrupt retailer for $81 million, a fraction of what the international fashion pioneer was once worth.

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93. Iowa gets ready to answer Democrats' big questionsПн, 03 фев[−]

Beyond picking a winner (or winners), the caucuses will shape the 2020 contest going forward and test the strength of the party's ideological wings.

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94. Magnitude 4.2 earthquake rattles Hawaii's Big IslandПн, 03 фев[−]

A magnitude 4.2 earthquake was reported Sunday at 10:37 p.m. Pacific time 20 miles from Hawaiian Beaches, Hawaii, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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95. Trump and Bloomberg run dueling Super Bowl ads and trade insultsВс, 02 фев[−]

Trump belittles Bloomberg, who calls the president a liar amid competing Super Bowl ads

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96. Senators swarm Iowa as release of a key caucus poll is canceledВс, 02 фев[−]

Klobuchar, Sanders and Warren join Biden, Buttigieg and others counting down to Iowa caucuses

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97. In Mexico, parents protest lack of cancer drugs for their childrenСб, 01 фев[−]

Parents of cancer patients in Mexico protest lacks of drugs for their children and cast blame on President Andr?s Manuel L?pez Obrador.

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98. Iowa voters are bringing the caucus to California and beyondСб, 01 фев[−]

Palm Springs. Paris. Glasgow. Iowans who are out of state will caucus for Democratic presidential candidates from spots around the globe.

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99. Some Democrats might vote to acquit TrumpСб, 01 фев[−]

A handful of Democrats haven't said publicly how they will vote in Trump's Senate impeachment trial.

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100. Combative and defiant, CIA psychologist reignites torture debate at 9/11 hearingsСб, 01 фев[−]

The man who waterboarded Khalid Shaikh Mohammed elicits a mixture of contempt and admiration, reflecting deep divisions over harsh interrogation tactics.

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