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February 16, 2020

The US is evacuating Americans who've been trapped on a ship in Japan under coronavirus quarantine since Feb. 3. They're not all happy about it.
The US plan to evacuate Americans and their families from the Diamond Princess cruise ship appears, on its face, to be the case of a powerful government coming to the aide of its most vulnerable citizens. ... click to read more

Americans evacuated from Japan cruise ship as coronavirus cases top 71,000
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In pictures: The novel coronavirus outbreak
The deadly novel coronavirus is spreading through Asia and across the world. ... click to read more

She tested positive, he didn't. So he's going home without her
An American couple who traveled in the Diamond Princess cruise ship that's docked at the Daikoku Pier Cruise Terminal in Yokohama, Japan, have had their hopes of coming home dashed. Rebecca Frasure has tested positive for the coronavirus, which means she has to remain in quarantine at a nearby hosp... click to read more

These people caught the coronavirus and survived
When 31-year-old engineer Edison Zhang was diagnosed with the deadly novel coronavirus, which has killed hundreds of people in his home city of Wuhan, he was actually relieved. ... click to read more

Universities around the world pay an unexpected price from virus
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Why stocks keep moving higher. And higher. And higher.
A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. ... click to read more

Here's what it's like to be on a quarantined cruise ship
More than 3,000 people are in quarantine on a cruise ship in Japan, after more than 200 on board tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus. Passengers have shared their stories of life on the ship. ... click to read more

How to protect yourself from coronavirus
The novel coronavirus is now a "public health emergency of international concern," killing more than 1,600 people and infecting more than 69,000 worldwide. ... click to read more

Bernie Sanders is in a very weird position
• More than 18,000 Democrats turn out for first day of early voting in Nevada • Pete Buttigieg responds to Rush Limbaugh's homophobic remarks • Opinion: The most radical 2020 candidate is not whom you may think ... click to read more

More than 1,100 former prosecutors and other DOJ officials call on Barr to resign
• Analyst: I've seen thousands of sentencings. I've never seen this • AG's actions spark outrage and unease ... click to read more

Two people dead after getting trapped under avalanche they accidentally triggered
Two snowmobilers in Colorado were killed after they were buried in an avalanche they accidentally triggered Saturday afternoon, the Colorado Avalanche Information Center said Sunday. ... click to read more

This insect swarm may threaten millions
Massive locust swarms could threaten millions of people in Africa. UN officials blame the climate crisis for the unprecedented locust breeding that could create widespread famine. ... click to read more

Bald eagles across the United States are dying from lead poisoning
Bald eagles across the United States are dying from lead bullets -- but it's not because they're being shot. ... click to read more

'Sex and the City' actress dies at 86
'Sex and the City' actress Lynn Cohen died on Friday in New York, according to her manager Josh Pultz. She was 86. ... click to read more

This father lost his wife during childbirth. Now he's taking action
Charles Johnston lost his wife Kira during what was supposed to be a routine Cesarian section. ... click to read more

A lost purse from 1957 was discovered inside a wall of an Ohio school
The mystery of the contents of a purse found in the space between a locker and a wall in an Ohio middle school have been revealed. ... click to read more

Buttigieg: I'm not going to take lectures on family values
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg responds to conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh's attack on Buttigieg's sexuality. ... click to read more

A taxi driver saved an elderly woman from being scammed out of $25,000
A California cab driver knew something sounded fishy when his elderly passenger said she needed a ride to the bank to withdraw $25,000. ... click to read more

Opinion: These people could make Trump's life miserable
In 2016, Donald Trump did his best to tarnish his opponent Hillary Clinton with an email "scandal" that amounted to nothing. In his 2020 reelection campaign, Trump's team has worked to conjure a similar cloud of controversy over Joe Biden's son Hunter, all without producing evidence of wrongdoing. ... click to read more

Trump continues victory lap with tweet about striking at 'king'
President Donald Trump tweeted a passage from a New York Times article which quoted the line from essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson, "when you strike at the king, you must kill him." ... click to read more

Trump campaign manager deletes Air Force One photo after realizing it's from 2004
President Donald Trump's campaign manager deleted a tweet featuring a dramatic photo of Air Force One at the Daytona 500 after users pointed out that the shot was from President George W. Bush's visit to the NASCAR race in 2004, not from Trump's visit on Sunday. ... click to read more

Birthday girl and her friends dressed as Target employees and took over the store
Brayden Lawrence turned 8 on Sunday and had her birthday party at her favorite place on Earth: Target. ... click to read more

Implosion fails to take down entire building
A building is still partially standing in Dallas after a scheduled implosion failed the take down the entire tower. ... click to read more

The price of wine is dropping fast
Let's raise our tumblers and toast to cheaper wine. ... click to read more

City shuts down part of a park due to snake orgy
Things got quite sssspicy near Lake Hollingsworth in Lakeland, Florida, this week. ... click to read more

These are the faces representing the young woman brutally killed and skinned in Mexico
Another march against femicide took to the streets this weekend, this time in solidarity with 25-year-old Ingrid Escamilla, who was found brutally slain a week ago, her body skinned and missing some of its organs. ... click to read more

Giant iceberg breaks off Antarctic glacier
An iceberg the size of Malta broke off the Pine Island glacier in Antarctica. The glacier has lost dramatic amounts of ice over the last 25 years as the region warms due to the climate crisis. ... click to read more

Elton John announces he has pneumonia on tour
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Med school accepts 364 new students -- by mistake
The Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine sent 364 letters of acceptance in error Thursday to students looking for admission. ... click to read more

Kate Middleton opens up about 'mommy guilt' on podcast
The Duchess of Cambridge opened up about feeling "mommy guilt" during an interview with British podcast "Happy Mum Happy Baby," saying that it's a "constant challenge." ... click to read more

Video of J.J. Watt dancing with his grandma takes internet by storm
Can your grandma bust a move? ... click to read more

Former college volleyball stars and their 2 daughters killed in crash
Two university communities are in mourning after two former star volleyball players and their daughters died in a crash in Missouri. ... click to read more

Daytona 500 postponed until Monday because of bad weather
The Daytona 500 was postponed until Monday because of rainy weather at the Florida track, NASCAR said Sunday. ... click to read more

Trump takes lap around track at Daytona 500
A portion of the presidential motorcade, including President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump, will take a lap around the speedway before the start of NASCAR's Daytona 500 on Sunday a source familiar with the event and a White House official confirms to CNN. They'll be riding the car known... click to read more

Obama: Kobe and Gianna's deaths especially heartbreaking
While speaking at the NBA All-Star Weekend, former President Barack Obama says the deaths of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna were especially heartbreaking to him as a parent. ... click to read more

Tony Fernandez, longtime Blue Jays shortstop, has died at 57
Tony Fernandez, a five-time Major League Baseball All-Star over 17 seasons, has died at 57, the Toronto Blue Jays tweeted on Sunday. ... click to read more

100+ Presidents Day deals to shop now
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Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip is now available for $1,380
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Instant Pots, air fryers and more Presidents Day appliance deals
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The best credit cards for Delta flyers in 2020
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Hadaka Matsuri: Thousands gather for Japan's annual 'Naked Festival'
Thousands braved chilly weather on Saturday to gather at the annual "Naked Festival" in Okayama prefecture in the southern part of Japan's Honshu island. ... click to read more

The truth about the woman accused of stealing a king
For many decades, Wallis Simpson has been seen as a temptress, the woman who pulled a king away from his duty and thrust his younger brother into a stressful role. ... click to read more

See house collapse in landslide
Hundreds of people in Jackson, Mississippi, are fleeing their homes as the swollen Pearl River nears historic flood levels. Also, a house collapsed and slide down a rain soaked bluff into the Tennessee River. ... click to read more

Former 'Love Island' host dead at 40
Caroline Flack, the former host of the hit British reality show "Love Island," has died, her family confirmed Saturday. ... click to read more

The BBC is nearly 100 years old. Will it survive the next decade?
Britain's public service broadcaster has been at the heart of media in the United Kingdom and many parts of the world for the best part of a century. Now it's facing a brutal fight for survival. ... click to read more

This man says he's stockpiling billions of our photos
Clearview AI's cofounder Hoan Ton-That claims his company has scraped billions of photos from the internet, including popular sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — all to help law enforcement solve crimes. But what does that mean for your privacy? ... click to read more

Boeing's got bigger problems than the 737 Max
Fixing the 737 Max and getting it back in the air is crucial for Boeing. But it's not the only major challenge facing the embattled aircraft maker. Boeing also needs to focus on its next generation of passenger planes. ... click to read more

Nearly everything you thought you knew about George Washington is wrong
Throughout American history, George Washington has been renowned for being first and much more: his boyhood moral rectitude, for example, and for his body parts -- real and fictional. Whether about his wooden teeth (fictional) or his sculpted thighs (true story), the narratives we learn and continu... click to read more

Trump's twisted 'winning streak'
This is what President Donald Trump's "winning streak" looks like. ... click to read more

A troubling question behind Rush Limbaugh's words
This week lawmakers in Iowa are debating whether a teacher can say "Pete Buttigieg is gay" in the classroom without first notifying parents. ... click to read more

Are Dems willing to let Bloomberg buy the election?
Michael Bloomberg has wanted to be President of the United States for a long time. He toyed with the idea both in 2008 and 2016. But as a shrewd data-driven political leader, Bloomberg must have had a difficult time seeing a path to winning the Democratic nomination. That is, until now. ... click to read more

Sam Donaldson: Bloomberg can defeat Trump
For 52 years, I was a reporter in Washington, covering every president from John F. Kennedy to George W. Bush. I did my best to report on both Democratic and Republican administrations honestly and fairly. ... click to read more

Russia learned this lesson from the 2008 election. Have our presidential candidates?
On the night of Barack Obama's election as president, as the results pointed toward a history-defining win for the junior senator from Illinois, former US Secretary of Education Bill Bennett remarked on what his victory would mean for American race relations. ... click to read more

Refi rates at 2.994% APR (15 yr). Do you qualify?
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9 cards charging 0% interest until 2021
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Apple's $7 trillion bet
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Caught between roadblocks, they were sitting ducks for Boko Haram massacre
Fatima Babagana hoped to become a top broadcaster in Nigeria. The 19-year-old had started a political science degree after a diploma in mass communications. She told everyone she was passionate about becoming a journalist. ... click to read more

Fan says she was told to remove rainbow flag during Israel Folau's debut match
Israel Folau's debut for rugby league side Catalans Dragons sparked controversy after a visiting fan claimed she was asked to remove a rainbow flag during the match. ... click to read more

Analyst: Zelensky was trying to address a PR problem
CNN national security analyst Samantha Vinograd outlined why Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky strongly rejected President Donald Trump's claim that Ukraine is corrupt during an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour. ... click to read more

Crash-filled Mexico E-Prix won by Jaguar's dominant Mitch Evans
Taking a risk paid off for Mitch Evans as the Jaguar driver secured victory in an action-packed Mexico E-Prix with a fearless overtake at the first corner. ... click to read more

Police found more than 1,400 marijuana plants inside a building in Northern California
A man was arrested in West Point, California, after authorities discovered 440 pounds of illegal marijuana inside a building, the Calaveras County Sheriff's Office said. ... click to read more

Deer bolts through a supermarket in Indiana
As customers strolled the aisles of a Kroger supermarket in Indiana they were joined by an unexpected visitor. ... click to read more

Pearl River is nearing historic flood levels as Mississippi residents flee their homes
Hundreds of people in Mississippi's capital have fled their homes as authorities fear the swollen Pearl River will soon unleash catastrophic flooding. ... click to read more

The daughter of former US diplomat John Negroponte is accused of stabbing a man to death
The daughter of former United States diplomat John Negroponte has been arrested and charged with murder, police said. ... click to read more

Miley Cyrus closes New York Fashion Week
It's no secret that the buzz surrounding New York Fashion Week has slowed to a flutter, with America's most experimental designers like Virgil Abloh and Heron Preston ditching the gritty Big Apple in favor of the more pomp displays in Paris and Milan. ... click to read more

NBA All-Star Game: A fashion runway
All-Star Weekend, which kicks off tonight, has always been a barometer for how far the NBA has come as a brand. It's where powerful forces (media, celebrity, advertisers, the league's old and new guard) meet -- and, on occasion, remember fallen icons like Kobe Bryant. ... click to read more

Inside 'Breaking Bad' actor's Idaho retreat
"Breaking Bad" actor Aaron Paul's idea of the perfect family getaway is simple: a log-clad, cabin style home in rural Idaho, where he's from. ... click to read more

The wooden skyscraper revolution
Surrounded by farmland and with a population of under 10,000 people, the Norwegian town of Brumunddal might seem like an unlikely setting for a record-breaking high-rise. ... click to read more




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