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Nearly 40,000 People Died From Guns in U.S. Last Year, Highest in 50 Years
Utah to Begin Enforcing Strictest D.U.I. Law in Country
Latent Prejudice Stirs When a Black Man Tries to Join a Charleston Club
Honduran Migrant Seen Fleeing Tear Gas With Her Toddlers Is Now in U.S.
Watch ‘Bambi’ Monthly in Jail, Judge Orders Man in Deer Poaching Case
2 Chicago Police Officers Killed by a Train as They Chased a Suspect
Was It Something We Said? U.S. Border Towns Fret as Canadians Stay Home
A Power Grab? Politics as Usual? Michigan’s Governor Will Decide
Facebook’s Data Sharing: 5 Takeaways From Our Investigation
Hacked European Cables Reveal a World of Anxiety About Trump, Russia and Iran
As Facebook Raised a Privacy Wall, It Carved an Opening for Tech Giants
Senate Passes Bipartisan Criminal Justice Bill
U.S., Supporting Mexico’s Plan, Will Invest $5.8 Billion in Central America
Washington’s Mystery Witness Turns Out to Be a Corporation, Not a Person
Advertisers Flee Tucker Carlson’s Fox News Show After He Derides Immigrants
The Market Is Worried. The Economy Is Strong. How Will the Fed React?
Judge Seeks Monitoring of CVS and Aetna During Antitrust Review
Officers Had No Duty to Protect Students in Parkland Massacre, Judge Rules
Michael Flynn, Shutdown, China Trade: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Suicide Among Veterans Is Rising. But Millions for Outreach Went Unspent by V.A.
Allow School Personnel to Have Access to Weapons, Report Says
Yemeni Mother Gets Travel Ban Waiver to Visit Dying Son in California
Trump Administration Report on School Safety Plays Down Role of Guns
How to Help Teenagers Quit Vaping
Addicted to Vaped Nicotine, Teenagers Have No Clear Path to Quitting
Penny Marshall, TV Sitcom Star and Hollywood Director, Dies at 75
Roland Fryer, Accused of Harassment at Harvard, Quits Economics Panel
Trump Administration Imposes Ban on Bump Stocks
Martha McSally Appointed to Arizona Senate Seat Once Held by John McCain
Trump Foundation to Close Amid Lawsuit Accusing It of ‘Willful Self-Dealing’
White House Signals Retreat on Shutdown Threat
California Today: Untangling Moves to Deport Vietnamese Immigrants
Michael Flynn, Stocks, Les Moonves: Your Tuesday Briefing
Blaming the Deep State: Officials Accused of Wrongdoing Adopt Trump’s Response
Judge Postpones Sentencing of Michael Flynn After Harshly Rebuking Him
At War: In the United States, His Problem Wasn’t the Taliban. It Was Everything Else.
A Toaster on Wheels to Deliver Groceries? Self-Driving Tech Tests Practical Uses
On Politics: New Details on Russia’s Efforts to Influence American Politics


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Kentucky legislature adjourns without passing pension bill

Called back into session after a stinging loss at the Supreme Court, Kentucky's Republican-dominated legislature decided to go home on Tuesday without passing a replacement pension law despite warnings of financial ruin by the state's GOP governor.

Kentucky has one of the worst-funded pension systems...


Published: Today
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German company to plead guilty in Volkswagen emissions scheme

U.S. authorities say a German engineering company has agreed to plead guilty and pay $35 million for its role in the Volkswagen vehicle emissions scandal.

The Justice Department said Tuesday that IAV has agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy in Detroit federal court on Jan. 18. The government says...


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Five deaths in Texas apartment complex arson fire last summer declared homicides

The five young victims of an apartment-complex fire in San Marcos, Texas, last July were all murdered, the county coroner’s office has ruled.

The deaths of Haley Michele Frizzell, 19, of San Angelo; James Miranda of Mount Pleasant, 21; David Ortiz of Pasadena, 21, and Dru Estes of San Antonio,...


Published: Today
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Facebook allegedly shared personal user data with Netflix, Spotify, Amazon and other third-party sites

As Facebook attempts to recover from missteps during recent elections, a new report revealed that the social media site shared users’ private data with a number of outside sites with little oversight.

Among the companies that gained access to information including names and contact information...


Published: Today
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Senate overwhelmingly passes criminal justice overhaul

The Senate passed a sweeping criminal justice bill Tuesday that addresses concerns that the nation's war on drugs had led to the imprisonment of too many Americans for non-violent crimes without adequately preparing them for their return to society.

Senate passage of the bill by a vote of 87-12...


Published: Today

Sports Headlines

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Kevin Hayes' goal rallies Rangers' late to down Ducks

Kevin Hayes scored on a short-handed breakaway with 40 seconds remaining and the Rangers rallied to beat the Anaheim Ducks 3-1 Tuesday night.

Vladislav Namestnikov had a goal and two assists, and Filip Chytil added an empty-netter in the Rangers' three-goal third period. Alexandar Georgiev, called...

Published: Today
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Nets beat mighty LeBron James' Lakers for sixth straight victory

D'Angelo Russell had 22 points and a career high-tying 13 assists against his former team, and the Brooklyn Nets ran the NBA's longest winning streak to six games by beating the Los Angeles Lakers 115-110 on Tuesday night.

Joe Harris added 19 points and Spencer Dinwiddie scored 18 for the Nets,...

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Matt Harvey signs one-year, $11 million deal with L.A. Angels

Party on, Matt.

Matt Harvey is heading to another city where he can soak up the nightlife to his heart’s content. The pitcher formerly known as the Dark Knight is now an Angel.

Harvey signed a one-year deal for 11 million dollars with Los Angeles on Tuesday, according to multiple reports, after...

Published: Today
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Jets safety Jamal Adams makes first Pro Bowl

Jamal Adams made good on his promise.

After being snubbed from the Pro Bowl during his rookie season, the Jets safety said he would not miss another one. “Believe that,” he tweeted last year.

So far, Adams is exactly right, after he was named to his first Pro Bowl on Tuesday.

The heart and soul...

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Former Knick Tyson Chandler explains why he believes Knicks can land top free agent

Tyson Chandler doesn’t think the Knicks have an ownership problem and is bullish about their chances to land a superstar in free agency, most especially because of Kristaps Porzingis.

“They have a chance to land a big-time free agent to pair with Porzingis and after that I think it can happen real...

Published: Today

US News

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German company to plead guilty in Volkswagen emissions scheme

U.S. authorities say a German engineering company has agreed to plead guilty and pay $35 million for its role in the Volkswagen vehicle emissions scandal.

The Justice Department said Tuesday that IAV has agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy in Detroit federal court on Jan. 18. The government says...

Published: Today
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Matt Harvey signs one-year, $11 million deal with L.A. Angels

Party on, Matt.

Matt Harvey is heading to another city where he can soak up the nightlife to his heart’s content. The pitcher formerly known as the Dark Knight is now an Angel.

Harvey signed a one-year deal for 11 million dollars with Los Angeles on Tuesday, according to multiple reports, after...

Published: Today
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British couple who named baby after Adolf Hitler sentenced to jail for being part of banned terror group

A British couple who named their son after Adolf Hitler was sentenced to jail Tuesday for being members of a neo-Nazi group banned in England for its violent and racist beliefs.

Adam Thomas, 22, and Claudia Patatas, 38, were sentenced to six years, six months and five years, respectively, by Birmingham...

Published: Today
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Five deaths in Texas apartment complex arson fire last summer declared homicides

The five young victims of an apartment-complex fire in San Marcos, Texas, last July were all murdered, the county coroner’s office has ruled.

The deaths of Haley Michele Frizzell, 19, of San Angelo; James Miranda of Mount Pleasant, 21; David Ortiz of Pasadena, 21, and Dru Estes of San Antonio,...

Published: Today
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Facebook allegedly shared personal user data with Netflix, Spotify, Amazon and other third-party sites

As Facebook attempts to recover from missteps during recent elections, a new report revealed that the social media site shared users’ private data with a number of outside sites with little oversight.

Among the companies that gained access to information including names and contact information...

Published: Today

Entertainment

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'Making a Murderer' police officer sues Netflix for defamation

A retired Wisconsin sheriff’s detective claims Netflix’s docu-series “Making a Murderer” falsely claims he and his colleagues framed Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey for murder.

Andrew Colborn, a former Manitowoc County sheriff’s detective, filed a lawsuit against the streaming service and the series’...

Published: Today
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Romanian-Canadian singer Anca Pop dies at 34 after car plunged into Danube River

Romanian-Canadian singer Anca Pop has died after her car plunged into the Danube River. She was 34.

The artist’s body was found Monday after divers spotted her car in southwestern Romania. Police have said they are investigating her death.

Anca Pop had garnered a loyal fanbase in Japan with her...

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Penny Marshall's lifelong love of baseball

Penny Marshall’s love of baseball began long before she put the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League on camera in “A League of Their Own.”

The Bronx-born actress, director and producer, who died Monday at home in California, fell in love with the Yankees as a child, following in the...

Published: Today
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Felicity Jones shares why her Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic 'On the Basis of Sex' is more relevant than ever

Even in the 1970s, it wasn’t wise to mess with R.B.G.

The notoriously feisty Supreme Court Justice gets the star treatment in “On the Basis of Sex,” a new biopic starring Felicity Jones as Ruth Bader Ginsburg which focuses on her triumph in a landmark case roughly 40 years ago that declared gender...

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'Real Housewives' star Bethenny Frankel says she nearly died from allergic reaction to fish

Bethenny Frankel says she came within five minutes of death after she experienced an allergic reaction to fish.

The “Real Housewives of New York” cast member was recently rushed to a hospital, she revealed in a series of tweets Monday evening.

“I have rare fish allergy,” Frankel began. “Sun,I had...

Published: Today

Business

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Common Sense: CBS Is Footing Moonves’s Legal Bills, Giving Him an Incentive to Fight

When CBS ousted its former chief executive, it agreed to pay his legal bills into the future — an arrangement likely to cost CBS tens of millions.
Published: Today
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As Facebook Raised a Privacy Wall, It Carved an Opening for Tech Giants

Internal documents show that the social network gave Microsoft, Amazon, Spotify and others far greater access to people’s data than it has disclosed.
Published: Today
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Stock Markets Are Wild, but Bond Markets Can Be Dangerous

The sell-off in stocks isn’t the only ominous economic sign emanating from financial markets. The bond markets, much more closely linked to the actual economy, are also flashing a warning.
Published: Today
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Huawei’s ‘Wolf Culture’ Helped It Grow, and Got It Into Trouble

The Chinese tech giant cultivated a hard-charging spirit in its quest for world dominance. Some employees may have been pushed too far.
Published: Today
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Roland Fryer, Accused of Harassment at Harvard, Quits Economics Panel

The professor, a star in his field, resigned from the American Economic Association’s executive committee in the face of pressure from other members.
Published: Today

Science-Technology

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Basics: The Earth’s Shell Has Cracked, and We’re Drifting on the Pieces

Plate tectonics helped make our planet stable and habitable. But the slow shifting of continents is still a mysterious process.
Published: Today
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Trilobites: It’s the Solar System’s Most Distant Object. Astronomers Named It Farout.

Orbiting 11 billion miles from the sun, this tiny world offers additional clues in the search for the proposed Planet Nine.
Published: Today
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Trilobites: Feathers and Fur Fly Over Pterosaur Fossil Finding

An analysis of two fossils would push back the origins of feathers by about 70 million years, but more specimens may be needed for confirmation.
Published: Yesterday
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Profiles in Science: The Yoda of Silicon Valley

Donald Knuth, master of algorithms, reflects on 50 years of his opus-in-progress, “The Art of Computer Programming.”
Published: Yesterday
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Trilobites: Saturn With No Rings? It Could Happen, and Sooner Than Astronomers Expected

The “ring rain” that falls into the gas giant is so abundant that the icy bands could disappear in 300 million years, or even sooner.
Published: Yesterday

Politics

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Facebook’s Data Sharing: 5 Takeaways From Our Investigation

Facebook collects more information on more people than almost any other private corporation in history. And it gave dozens of companies more intrusive access to that data than it ever disclosed.
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Judge Postpones Sentencing of Michael Flynn After Harshly Rebuking Him

The judge told Mr. Flynn, “Arguably, you sold your country out.” But he delayed the sentencing while Mr. Flynn completes his cooperation agreement with prosecutors.
Published: Today
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Senate Passes Bipartisan Criminal Justice Bill

The Senate passed the most substantial changes in a generation to federal prison and sentencing laws. The House will follow, and President Trump is expected to sign it.
Published: Today
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White House Signals Retreat on Shutdown Threat

The White House press secretary suggested that President Trump might capitulate on his demand for $5 billion for a border wall, but lawmakers had yet to reach a deal.
Published: Today
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Hacked European Cables Reveal a World of Anxiety About Trump, Russia and Iran

The cables quote China’s president calling America a bully, show concerns about Russian nuclear weapons in Crimea and detail the White House walking back President Trump’s words.
Published: Today

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