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Feb 20, 2019

Velveteen Dream Wins NXT North American Championship from Johnny Gargano
Dream becomes the fourth NXT superstar to hold the title.

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Feb 20, 2019

'The Challenge' Season 33, Episode 3 Spoilers & Recap: 'Casualties of War' - Who Will Be Up For Elimination?
MTV's "The Challenge: War of the World" returns Monday night at 9 p.m. ET for another dose of hookups and breakups. Which three teams will become the tribunal and who will be the next on the elimination floor?

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Feb 20, 2019

Iran Says 'There Will Be No Trace' of Saudi Arabia's Royal Family within Next 10 Years
The claims came in response to a recent visit by the Saudi crown prince to Pakistan, which faces accusations of links to recent suicide bombings in both India and Iran.

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Feb 20, 2019

Donald Trump Doesn't Appear to Know About His Own Administration's Efforts to Decriminalize Homosexuality Around the World
"I don't know which report you're talking about," Trump said when asked about the campaign.

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Feb 20, 2019

Former College Student Arrested For Allegedly Using iPhone App He Developed To Deal Drugs, Authorities Say
Collin Howard allegedly sold drugs through an app he developed called Banana Plug, a name which authorities believe connects to UC Santa Cruz's mascot, the banana slug, and plug, a slang word for a drug dealer.

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Feb 20, 2019

New 'Smash Ultimate' Datamine Confirms Joker's Stage and Possibly Next DLC
Joker's stage confirmation may have confirmed the next DLC character.

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Feb 20, 2019

‘The World's Best': Which Performers Will Go Head-to-Head This Week? Everything We Know About The Talent Competition
"The World's Best," CBS' global reality talent show returns Wednesday night at 9 p.m. ET for the Battle Rounds. Acts who moved forward after the audition round will now compete with other "World's Best" acts to determine who moves on in the global competition.

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Feb 20, 2019

Kamala Harris' Father Slams Her For ‘Fraudulently Stereotyping' Jamaicans With Pot Comments, Accuses Her of Pursuing ‘Identity Politics': Report
"Speaking for myself and my immediate Jamaican family, we wish to categorically dissociate ourselves from this travesty," Donald Harris said.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

'Stranger Things' Spoilers: Comic Spinoff by Dark Horse to Reveal Eleven's Fellow Test Subject
It looks like "Stranger Things" won't only be a Netflix original tv show for much longer. The comic book publisher Dark Horse announced Wednesday the beloved sci-fi series will transform into a four-part comic prequel.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

‘The Masked Singer' Episode 8 Spoilers & Recap: All Performances and Clues, Plus Who Was Unmasked
"The Masked Singer" returns Wednesday at 9 p.m. EST. Check out our spoilers and live recap of episode 8 "Semi-Finals: Double Unmasking" including clues and guesses for who's behind the Monster, Rabbit and Lion, Bee and Peacock masks.

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Feb 20, 2019

'I Would Rather Starve': Ohio Music Store Tells Donald Trump 'Sympathizers' to Shop Elsewhere
"I feel unclean and dirty accepting money from you."

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Feb 20, 2019

Official Cites Donald Trump to Defend Tweet Suggesting Gay Politicians ‘Too Self-Absorbed' to Govern
"If it is good enough for our president, whom I support 100 percent, then it is good enough for me as well."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Former Trump Staffer Files Class Action Claim to Invalidate All Nondisclosure Agreements Campaign Workers Were Required to Sign
Jessica Denson, who worked for the Trump campaign in 2016, claims the Trump campaign made staffers, volunteers and contractors sign agreements that barred them from ever disclosing confidential information or publicly criticizing the president, his family or his company.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Coast Guard Lieutenant Arrested In Alleged Domestic Terror Plot to Attack U.S.
There are reports, citing official court documents, suggesting Hasson was embarking on a plot to attack the homeland.

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Feb 20, 2019

Kelsey Grammer Teases 'Frasier' Reboot by Hinting an Announcement Could Hit 'Next Month or Two'
"The take I'm looking for is just that he has a third act rather than trying to pick up where the second act left off," Kelsey Grammer said.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

High School 'Fake News' Assignment Goes Viral, Accuses Administrator of Dealing Drugs
A Texas high school teacher gave students a "fake news" assignment intended to illustrate the power of creating and distributing false information -- it resonated far more than expected.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Fox News Host Tucker Carlson Tells 'Tiny Brain' Historian to 'Go F*** Himself' in Unaired Interview
"Why don't you go f*** yourself, you tiny brain, and I hope this gets picked up, because you're a moron" Carlson said. "I tried to give you a hearing, but you were too f***ing annoying."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Barack Obama Echoes Melania Trump in Tackling Bullying, but Calls on Men to Treat Women With 'Respect'
Unlike the first lady, the former president did not call on children to fight back against bullies.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Russia Says New Weapon—'Invulnerable' to All Defenses—Is 'Answer' to U.S. Missile Shield
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the development of the Avangard hypersonic glide vehicle was "absolutely equivalent" to the Soviet Union's launch of the first satellite in space.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Donald Trump 'Parrots' and 'Accepts' Vladimir Putin's Lies, Former Ambassador to Russia Warns
"We've seen time and time again that when Trump and Putin get together, President Putin spins lies and disinformation that President Trump accepts," Michael McFaul said.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Sinclair Media Floats Putting Donald Trump's Face on Mount Rushmore in Segment Run on 50 Stations
"The presidents on Mount Rushmore may have to make room for a new addition."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Gwyneth Paltrow Slated to Leave Marvel Cinematic Universe after the ‘Avengers: Endgame'
"It was such a wonderful experience making the first ‘Iron Man' and then to watch how important it has become to fans," she said.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Who Is Adnan Syed? HBO Series Based on ‘Serial' Podcast Teases New Evidence In Case
"I know there are things that don't look good for me."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

'The Challenge' Episode 2 Sneak Peek: A Vet Smooches A Rookie - 'I'm Here to Have Good Time'
"The Challenge: War" of the Worlds returns to MTV Wednesday night, and while last week's episode was about serving revenge, episode 3 looks to delve into flirtations between a vet and rookie.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

'The Challenge' Episode 3 Sneak Peek: A Vet Smooches A Rookie - 'I'm Here to Have Good Time'
"The Challenge: War" of the Worlds returns to MTV Wednesday night, and while last week's episode was about serving revenge, episode 3 looks to delve into flirtations between a vet and rookie.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Dementia Prevented by Hobbies Like Reading and Singing, Scientists Believe
Scientists studied 800 women for their research.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Pen Wasn't Closed Properly Before Lion Mauled Intern to Death, Medical Examiner's Report Says
The medical examiner's report also said the 22-year-old intern was dragged around by her neck for an "extended period of time."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Russia Claims U.S. Is 'Dragging' European Countries Into NATO, Even As Neighbors Move to Join Alliance
Russia's top diplomat described the NATO alliance as a bully working to spread its influence across the Balkans.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Conservative Group Slams Ocasio-Cortez for Amazon Pullout With Billboard in Times Square: ‘Thanks for Nothing, AOC!'
"25,000 lost NYC jobs, $4 billion in lost wages, $12 billion in lost economic activity for NY," the billboard read.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

‘Detective Pikachu' Merchandise the Highlight of Pokémon at Toy Fair
The "Detective Pikachu" movie will be well-represented in clothing, toys and the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

YouTube Creators Fear Second Adpocalypse As Disney, Epic Games and More Pull Ads
Disney, Epic Games and nearly a dozen other advertisers have left YouTube amid a wave of criticism over how the platform deals with the sexual exploitation of minors.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Bernie Sanders on Trump Labeling Him ‘Crazy': We Have a ‘Racist, Sexist, Xenophobe and Fraud' as President
Despite his failed presidential run in 2016 and his stance on far-left initiatives regarding climate change, college tuition and health care, Sanders has already proven to be a formidable 2020 candidate.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Meghan McCain Demands Tulsi Gabbard Call Syria's Assad 'the Enemy of the United States'
"This regime change war we've waged in Syria has not helped the Syrian people, it's made their lives worse off," 2020 presidential candidate and Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard said.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Will Whoopi Goldberg Be Secret 2019 Oscars Host? 'Conspiracy Theory' Slammed by 'The View' Co-Hosts
While "The View" co-hosts insist Whoopi Goldberg is under the weather, fans think her absence has to do with her being the Oscars' secret host.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Anxiety, Depression and Bullying Top U.S. Teen Problems, Survey Says
Anxiety, depression and drug addiction are the leading problems in a deepening mental health crisis among America's young people.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

'The Masked Singer' Secrets Revealed: Costume & Security Protocol-Contestants Have 'More Security Than The President'
"We take no chances and assume everyone is a spy."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Hate Groups in U.S. Rise 30 Percent In Past Four Years, Increase 'Fueled by Trump's Fear-Mongering': SPLC
"The numbers tell a striking story - that this president is not simply a polarizing figure but a radicalizing one."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Who Is Hoda Muthana? Pompeo Says Alleged American ISIS Bride Isn't Actually a U.S. Citizen
"She does not have any legal basis, no valid U.S. passport, no right to a passport, nor any visa to travel to the United States," Pompeo said in a statement.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

‘Apex Legends' Havoc Energy Rifle Weapon Update Live - Everything We Know
"Apex Legends" players can try out a new gun right now. Here's everything we know about the Havoc Energy Rifle.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

‘Sims 4' StrangerVille Update: New Game Pack Brings A Strange New Mystery For Players To Unravel
EA just announced its newest Sims 4 game pack — StrangeVille. Find out what the strange new expansion is all about, including when you can start searching for clues and unraveling the strange town mystery, here.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Snow Totals in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia From Winter Storm Petra
Winter storm Petra was bringing inches of snow on Wednesday.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

‘League of Legends' 9.4 Patch Notes: Karthus Nerfs, Essence Reaver Buff and ARURF Changes
"League of Legends" patch 9.4 signals the start of ARURF and major changes to popular champions, items and runes.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Jehovah's Witnesses Tortured With Electric Shocks and Suffocation In Russia, Church Says
"The agents poured water over the men, shocked them with a stun gun in the anus area—gradually increasing the strength of the shock," the church said.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

'Survivor' Season 38 Spoilers: Who Will Win 2019's 'Edge of Extinction'?
"Survivor: Edge of Extinction," the show's 38th season, airs Wednesday on CBS.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

‘Abducted In Plain Sight' Sequel Movies? Netflix Documentary Could Become A Wild, Twisted Trilogy about Religion
"I guess in a perfect world, it'd be sort of a trilogy of films."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Michael Cohen Given Extra Time Before Entering Jail so He Can Testify About Trump, Recover From Shoulder Surgery
Michael Cohen was previously headed for prison March 6 to serve his three-year sentence for campaign finance violations, lying to Congress and tax and bank fraud.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Where Is ‘My 600-Lb. Life' Subject Maja Radanovic Now? Update on Dr. Nowzaradan's Weight Loss Patient
She was willing to seek weight loss surgery from Dr. Younan Nowzaradan, but was the procedure successful?

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Russia Tests 'Satan 2' Nuclear Missile and Drone That Travels Under Water Amid Threats to Target U.S.
"The main goal of this work is to ensure the military security of this country without increasing the current budget expenditures or joining an arms race," Russia's defense minister said.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Off-duty ICE Officer Shoots and Kills Man in Walmart Parking Lot, Police yet to Determine Why
It is unclear what occurred in the moments leading up to the deadly shooting.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

LGBTQ Group Drops Martina Navratilova for Saying Women Competitions With Transgender Women Are 'Unfair'
"...a man can decide to be female, take hormones if required by whatever sporting organization is concerned, win everything in sight and perhaps earn a small fortune..."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

NATO Hits Back at Vladimir Putin Over His 'Unacceptable' Threats to Attack U.S. and Allies
"We have taken note of the message from President Vladimir Putin," a NATO spokesman said.

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Feb 20, 2019

FDA Warns Against Blood Transfusions from Young Donors as Anti-Aging Treatment
A growing number of clinics are offering blood transfusions using the plasma of young donors to treat symptoms of aging, as well as a number of serious health conditions.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Ariana Grande and Piers Morgan End Feud in an LA Restaurant
Ariana Grande and Piers Morgan fought on Twitter in late 2018, but have managed to reconcile some of their differences to have a chat.

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Feb 20, 2019

Bernie Sanders Campaign Raises $6 Million in First 24 Hours—Four Times That of Kamala Harris
Sanders faces competition from high profile Democrats including Cory Booker and Elizabeth Warren.

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Feb 20, 2019

Arkansas Governor Signs Law Banning Most Abortions if Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade
The bill only permits abortion if the mother is in life-threatening danger but not for cases of rape or incest.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

'Project Runway All Stars' Season 7 Spoilers: Who Will be Eliminated After Django Steenbakker?
There are still eight contestants in the running.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Kellyanne Conway Hits Back at CNN, Tells Everyone to Get Used to Trump Being President for Another 6 Years
"Folks, Donald Trump is the president," Conway said. "It's been going on a couple of years now and get used to it."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Donald Trump Supporter Says President Winning the Election Was God Giving 'Us One More Chance'
Trump's supporter added that the president is the only thing "holding us above water."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

China Military Threat Growing 'Every Day,' Taiwan President Warns
"It's not just Taiwan's interests at stake, it's the whole region's or even the whole world's," said President Tsai Ing-wen.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Pokémon Day 2019 Brings New Apparel, Trading Card Game Events and Twitch Marathons
Pokémon fans will be able to binge the anime on Twitch.

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Feb 20, 2019

Where is Robert Berchtold Now? True Story about 'Abducted in Plain Sight' Villain
Berchtold served one year in prison for the rape of a child.

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Feb 20, 2019

Donald Trump's Approval Rating Is Worse Than Embattled Governor Ralph Northam's in Virginia: Poll
Despite a blackface scandal, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is still more popular in his state than President Donald Trump.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Watch the Samsung Unpacked Keynote 2019, Galaxy S10 Reveal Live Stream Online
The Galaxy S10 is expected to be revealed Wednesday.

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Feb 20, 2019

‘Anthem' Day One Patch Notes: EA Fixes Load Times, Challenge Errors and Lots More
The day one patch for "Anthem" has officially been revealed, giving players less time in loading screens and more flying around.

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Feb 20, 2019

Google Admits Home Security Device Had Secret Microphone For Over a Year, Says it was 'Never Intended' to be Covert
"The microphone has never been on and is only activated when users specifically enable the option," Google said.

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Feb 20, 2019

Beer and Wine Could Be Contaminated with Arsenic Because of Filtering Process
Scientists tested beer and wine and found they contained potentially dangerous heavy metals.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

The Hottest Restaurants in Miami During SOBEWFF
From Authentic Hole-In-The-Walls to Luxe Late-Night Snacks, Get the Flavor of Miami At These Spots During One of the Biggest Wine and Food Festivals.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone As A Young Entrepreneur | Opinion
Whenever I think I'm not good enough or not "business-y" enough, I remind myself that nobody was born an entrepreneur. So why not me?

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Transplanting Bone Marrow From Young Boosts Brains of Old Mice, Preserving Memory and Learning
Study adds to growing evidence that blood cells play a role in cognitive decline—but human impllications are still a long way off.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Tye Dillinger Requests Release from WWE
Dillinger's second run with the WWE is seemingly coming to an end.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Seinfeld Actor Patrick Warburton Reenacts Famous David Puddy Scene Before New Jersey Devils Game
Patrick Warburton recreated the famous scene from the season six episode "The Face Painter" in which Puddy shows off his love for the Devils.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Ivanka Trump Wishes Mom Ivana Happy 70th Birthday: 'Never Older, It Just Takes Longer Getting Ready Every Morning!'
Ivana Trump is President Donald Trump's first wife.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Ivanka Trump Wishes Mom Ivana Trump Happy 70th Birthday: "Never Older, It Just Takes Longer Getting Ready Every Morning!"
Ivana Trump is the president's first wife.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Philadelphia Man Who Worked for Child Medical Center Collected 56,000 Images, Videos Showing Sex Abuse of Kids
Files held by Cameron Carlucci, 27, depicted "mostly prepubescent boys, infants, and toddlers being sexually abused and exploited."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Vladimir Putin Treats Donald Trump as 'An Asset,' Former National Intelligence Director Says
"The strange thing, I think, that's bothered a lot of people both in and out of the intelligence community, is this strange personal deference to Putin by the president," retired Lieutenant General James Clapper said.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Federal Pay Raise 2019 Update: When New GS Pay Scale Takes Effect, Locality Changes, Back Pay and More
On Friday, President Trump signed a spending bill that gives Federal GS employees an average 1.9 percent pay raise, but when will the changes take effect? Find out everything you need to know about the 2019 GS pay scale, new localities, back pay and more.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Blasts Republicans 'Screeching' About 'Socialism' While Cheering 'Authoritarian' Trump
The president's declaration that The New York Times is "the enemy of the people" drew quick backlash, including from Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Lindsey Graham Said Trump Withdrawing From Syria Is 'The Dumbest F***ing Idea I've Ever Heard': Report
President Donald Trump's ally has his own ideas about U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Lindsey Graham Said Trump Withdrawing From Syria Is ‘The Dumbest F***ing Idea I've Ever Heard': Report
President Donald Trump's ally has his own ideas about U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

'Leaving Neverland' Releases First Trailer Featuring Two Michael Jackson Accusers
"He told me if they ever found out what we were doing, he and I would go to jail."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Convicted Drug Dealer Heading Back To Prison After Assuming Customer's Identity For 34 Years
By 1984, James Thompson ventured for a fresh start in Denver, Colorado and took on "his former customer's name."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Convicted Drug Pusher Heading Back To Prison After Trading Drugs For Customer's Identity 34 Years Ago
By 1984, James Thompson ventured for a fresh start in Denver, Colorado and took on "his former customer's name."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Pregnant Meghan Markle Baby Shower Pictures: See the Duchess Celebrating New Royal in New York
Markle enjoyed a night out with her pal Serena Williams after the baby shower.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Season 3 Spoilers: Series to Reportedly Head to Miami
Tony Shalhoub, who plays Abe Weissman on the show, also spilled that the show is set to begin shooting for Season 3 soon.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Deutsche Bank Had Major Concerns Trump Org Would Default on $340 Million Loans While He Was President: Report
The concern from executives was not the creditworthiness of Trump or his company, but rather about Deutsche's reputation and a potential public relations fiasco if they were ever faced with seizing assets of a sitting president.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Donald Trump's Favorite Fox News Hosts Allege 'Coup' Led By FBI, Democratic Party Conspirators
All of Trump's most vocal supporters and Fox News favorites including Sean Hannity and South Carolina GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham continue making the case the president is the victim of an attempted and potentially ongoing coup d'état.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Tomi Lahren Says 'Lying Dirtbag' Tristan Thompson's Cheating Scandal Takes the 'Heat Off' Jussie Smollett
After spending a week rattling off on Smollet's attack, the Fox News commentator turned her attention to Khloe Kardashian's estranged boyfriend.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

‘Enough Facts to Indicate' Donald Trump May Have Committed a Crime When Obstruction Case Was Opened: Andrew McCabe
"I was confident in May of 2017 that we had ample facts to indicate that the president may have committed obstruction of justice," the former acting FBI director told MSNBC's 'Morning Joe.'

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

School Criticized for Body Shaming 'Big Booty Judy,' 'String Bean' Awards at Cheerleader Banquet
"The district needs to take action to make the schools a safe place for all students."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Kim Jong Un Has Reorganized His Team in Effort to Manipulate Donald Trump in Second Summit, Defector Says
"North Korea's diplomacy has taken an unprecedented tactical course, which is tailor-made for Trump," Thae Yong Ho, ex-North Korean deputy ambassador to Britain who defected in 2016, warned.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Solar Mystery Starts to Unravel as NASA Detects 'Tadpole' Jets Coming From Sun's Surface
The jets were recorded coming from sunspots—temporary regions on the Sun with reduced surface temperatures.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Snow Plow Trackers: How to See Where Plows Are in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York City
There is a tracker for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and more cities.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

North Korean Diplomat Purged, Possibly Executed, by Kim Jong Un, on Suspicion He Was U.S. Spy: Report
Trump and Kim will meet in Vietnam next week for what will be their second summit to discuss the possible denuclearization of the Korea peninsula.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

‘Apex Legends' Twitch Prime Loot Guide - How to Claim Loot & Link to EA
"Apex Legends" has new Twitch Prime Loot, and we're here to tell you how to claim it and link to your EA account.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Oregon Getting Close to Becoming First State to Change Legal Voting Age to 16
"It seems we are more afraid to see young people with beer, cigarette, or ballot in their hands rather than an assault weapon."

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Pope Francis: People Constantly Accusing Church of Wrongdoing Are Friends, Relatives to Devil
Pope Francis said people can't spend their whole lives accusing the church of wrongdoings.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Cleveland Man Punches His Lawyer in Face after Being Sentenced to 45 Years for Pistol-whipping Girlfriend
The man had been handcuffed with his hands in front of him rather than behind his back, as is customary.

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Feb 20, 2019

Border Patrol Agents Find Drug Catapult Used to 'Launch' Marijuana Into U.S. From Mexico
Agents also found 47 pounds of marijuana ready to be launched.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

‘PUBG' Test Server Update 26 Adds Zima, Snowbikes & More - Patch Notes
"PUBG" update 26 has made its way to Test Servers. It adds two new vehicles to Vikendi and tweaks Survivor tile progression. Read the patch notes here.

Newsweek
Feb 20, 2019

Vladimir Putin: Russia Will Aim Missiles at U.S. 'Decision-making Centers' if Threatened
Putin said American leaders should consider the "range and speed of our prospective weapons" before threatening Russia.

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