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February 16, 2019

The gunman started shooting in meeting where he was being fired, using a gun he carried illegally, police say
A man who was being let go from his job at a manufacturing business went on a shooting rampage at his workplace in Illinois, leaving five workers dead and five officers injured. ... click to read more

These are the victims of the mass shooting in Aurora, Illinois
Police have released the names of the victims in Friday's mass shooting in Aurora, Illinois. ... click to read more

He's made crosses for nearly every tragedy since Columbine. The five he just made were the toughest.
Aurora, Illinois, resident Greg Zanis' 26,275 crosses have been seen at nearly every national tragedy since Columbine. Now, five more stand in his hometown. ... click to read more

Aurora police chief: Those who died did not deserve this
The gunman at the Illinois manufacturing business where five employees were killed and five police officers were wounded was being let go by the company, according to Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman. ... click to read more

School of two shooting victims had just marked anniversary of a different mass shooting
On Thursday, the sound of bells rang out on the campus of Northern Illinois University to mark 11 years since five students were killed in a mass shooting. ... click to read more

The cycle of inaction after mass shootings
When tragedy strikes in the form of a mass shooting, families grieve, politicians react, and no further action is usually taken. ... click to read more

Heather Nauert withdraws from consideration as UN ambassador
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Saturday she has withdrawn from consideration as UN ambassador. ... click to read more

Governor blasts TV station for piece about her appearance
Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) slams a Detroit news station for covering discussions on social media over her appearance during her State of the State speech. ... click to read more

How four veteran lawmakers saved the budget deal and avoided a second shutdown
Richard Shelby needed a drink. As the top Republican negotiator in Congress, the powerful Appropriations Committee chairman had spent the past few days hammering out the contours of a bipartisan spending bill to avert a second government shutdown. ... click to read more

SE Cupp: What you saw is a presidential temper tantrum
CNN's SE Cupp slams President Trump's declaration of a national emergency over border wall funding. ... click to read more

Trump demands reporter sit down
President Trump gets contentious with CNN's Jim Acosta and another reporter during a press conference in which he declared a national emergency. ... click to read more

R.E.M. blasts Trump's retweeting video that uses 'Everybody Hurts' to mock Democrats
President Donald Trump's long list of Twitter foes has a new addition. ... click to read more

Opinion: US commits another diplomatic fumble in Warsaw
During the conference on Middle East security this week, the United States staged a big diplomatic show and tried to rally the world behind the Trump administration's aggressive stance against Iran. Instead of unifying its allies under a common cause, however, the administration only highlighted th... click to read more

The other times a president declared a national emergency, in photos
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Police sources: New evidence suggests Jussie Smollett orchestrated attack
Two law enforcement sources with knowledge of the investigation told CNN that Chicago Police believe Jussie Smollett paid two men to orchestrate the assault. ... click to read more

Analysis: Why Trump wants you afraid of high speed trains
In President Donald Trump's world, Democrats are after your cars and want to force everyone onto trains. ... click to read more

Building collapses in St. Petersburg
A building collapsed in St. Petersburg on Saturday afternoon, a spokesperson for the Russian Ministry of Emergency told CNN. ... click to read more

US aid lands in Colombia as part of effort to deliver supplies to Venezuela
A second wave of US aid arrived Saturday at the Colombian-Venezuelan border in the midst of Venezuela's humanitarian crisis. ... click to read more

CNN host shuts down commentator on Trump lie
CNN anchor Victor Blackwell shuts down Republican commentator Joseph Borelli over Trump's repeated lie that his administration has built new wall or fencing along the US-Mexico border. ... click to read more

Payless is closing all of its US shoe stores
Payless is the latest retail chain to close up shop in the United States. ... click to read more

Haiti protesters gather food and water as they prepare for more possible conflict
Protesters in Haiti's capital have taken the day to gather food, water and fuel, pressing pause on deadly demonstrations that have been calling for President Jovenel Moise's resignation. ... click to read more

Maryland judge overturns $37M awarded to family of woman killed in police standoff
A judge has overturned a more than $37 million verdict awarded to the family of a woman killed in an armed standoff with Baltimore County police. ... click to read more

Audience at 'Hamilton' erupts into chaos
A medical emergency caused mass panic and chaos in the audience at an evening performance of "Hamilton" at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco. ... click to read more

Steph Curry's mom hits underhand half-court shot
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Pro golfer says he'll apologize to caddie and pay remainder of the $50,000 he requested
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Immunotherapies could change kidney cancer care, studies suggest
The way doctors typically approach kidney cancer treatment could be evolving. ... click to read more

Oscar winner calls out Steve Harvey over remarks
Actress-comedian Mo'Nique had a tense exchange with talk show host Steve Harvey over her claim that she has been blackballed by Hollywood since her 2010 Oscar win for her role in "Precious." ... click to read more

NFL star addresses differences with his team's QB
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MLBer says players will strike, barring change
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Ultra-rare Babe Ruth card sells for $2
A California card collector scored big when he nabbed an ultra-rare Babe Ruth card at a shop for just two dollars. ... click to read more

Opinion: Where Robert E. Lee's portrait belongs
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LeBron: 'I kneel with Kap'
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NBA launching league in Africa, Obama involved
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Curry brothers put bet on NBA 3-point contest
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GM rejected his star player's trade demand. Now he's out of a job
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Comedian wins MVP in celebrity game
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Top Presidents Day discounts and deals to shop now
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Save big on your wardrobe during J.Crew's sale
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Learn a new skill with discounted courses
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Steph Curry surprises fans at his old stomping ground
NBA superstar Steph Curry stops by his old stomping ground of Davidson College in North Carolina to surprise fans. ... click to read more

She used to scrub toilets. Now her book about it is a best-seller
Five years ago, Stephanie Land was slumped over on her hands and knees scrubbing a bathtub. The single mom was a semester away from graduating college and pregnant with a second child. ... click to read more

The unexpected history of the Sikh turban
Growing up in Southall, West London, where many of Britain's Sikhs settled after moving to the UK, the turban was all around us: at home, in the gurdwara, on the street. It is Sikhs' most identifiable feature. ... click to read more

The week in 28 photos
Take a look at 28 photos of the week from February 8 through February 14. ... click to read more

JPMorgan is creating its own cryptocurrency
JPMorgan Chase, the nation's largest bank, is launching its own cryptocurrency. ... click to read more

Traveling for work? Bring a taste of home with you
Narrow plane seats, weird smells, unfamiliar food, and disrupted routines -- frequent business travel can be uncomfortable for very real reasons. But with a little prep, you can bring a piece of home with you wherever you go and make your trips less stressful and more effective. ... click to read more

6 easy ways to beat jet lag
Most jobs don't require attending meetings at 1 a.m., giving presentations at 2 a.m or dialing into conference calls at 3 a.m. ... click to read more

Where Robert E. Lee's portrait belongs
I was seated across from a senior cadet at West Point, marveling at her energy, idealism and desire to serve after she reached out to me for career advice. While I'm an older white male, the young, mixed-race woman reminded me so much of myself some three decades ago. ... click to read more

How I'm rethinking rock music in the MeToo era
In indie music circles, there had long been whispers about Ryan Adams being a jerk. Living in Chicago's rock hotbed neighborhood of Wicker Park in the 1990s, I certainly heard them. Still, how tragic to see the rumors confirmed and amplified in the New York Times story Wednesday about the "Heartbre... click to read more

You shared your views on frats. We heard you
The first fraternity began in 1775 at the College of William & Mary. Now known as Phi Beta Kappa, it long ago abandoned its fraternal secrecy in favor of its current character as an honor society. ... click to read more

What presidential greatness is all about
Presidents Day weekend 2019 is beginning with the spectacle of a commander in chief who is concocting a "national emergency" to try to usurp Congress' constitutional power to decide how the government should spend its money. And yet this is the weekend we remember George Washington and how he was t... click to read more

Mike Pence's hypocritical outrage
This has been a busy week at the moral outrage salad bar. ... click to read more

Amazon decision is a blow to NY
This is why we can't have nice things. ... click to read more

The instrument that spots killer asteroids
Astronomers have it rough. Their job is to scan the heavens, looking for something interesting. But often they see the same thing, night after night. After all, stars can burn placidly and essentially unchanged for billions of years. An unlucky astronomer could spend a lifetime turning his or her ... click to read more

Huge rate drop. Could be last chance to refinance.
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Fastest way to pay off $10,000 in credit card debt
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9 ways to ease stress without smoking
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Regina King aims to give us all the feels
In one way, we all owe thanks to Sally Field for the wonder that is Regina King. ... click to read more

John Krasinski isn't running away from 'Jim'
Actor turned director John Krasinski moved to New York to pursue a career in acting. After two years with little success, he was ready to call it quits. Then he got "The Office." ... click to read more

Bryan Adams is not Ryan Adams
Yes, they are musicians who share the same last name and the same birthday, but Bryan Adams is not Ryan Adams. ... click to read more

'Carlton Dance' refused copyright registration
It's not unusual for the "Carlton Dance" to be loved by anyone, but the US Copyright Office apparently doesn't think it's all that special. ... click to read more

'Umbrella Academy's' messed-up super-team
HBO has "Watchmen" coming, but in terms of dysfunction super-teams, it's about to have plenty of company. ... click to read more

How Amazon blew its chance in New York
The deal was supposed to be foolproof. ... click to read more

America's fight with Huawei is messing with the world's 5G plans
The US-led offensive against Chinese tech firm Huawei is creating big problems for mobile operators as they start building the next generation of wireless networks. ... click to read more

GM's new e-bike is called Ariv
General Motors newest product is an e-bike called Ariv, and it is now available for ordering, at least in some parts of the world. ... click to read more

Shell is taking on Tesla with batteries for homes
Royal Dutch Shell is making a bet on home battery storage as it tries to boost its sustainable energy business. ... click to read more

Schultz's claim he doesn't 'see color' at odds with Starbucks' 2018 anti-bias training videos
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz faced a swift backlash on Tuesday night when he said, in response to a question about race during a CNN town hall, that he doesn't "see color." ... click to read more

Fact-checking Trump's claims about fact-checkers
CNN's Jake Tapper, in partnership with FactCheck.org, looks at President Trump's suggestion that fact checkers didn't cover President Obama's claims about Obamacare. ... click to read more

FCC: Nearly half the calls you receive this year will be spam
Nearly half the calls made to US cell phones in 2019 will be spam, according to a study by First Orion referenced in a Federal Communications Commission report Thursday. ... click to read more

Do Americans really want outsider politicians?
More than half of Americans said that all things being equal, they would be more likely to support a candidate for Congress who is seen as a political outsider over a political insider, according to a Monmouth University poll from August 2018. ... click to read more





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