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Sports 2020-02-10T14:24:48Z
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Medical staff test facilities and make the bed at Huoshenshan (Fire God Mountain) Hospital to make final preparations to admit patients infected with the novel coronavirus in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, Feb. 3, 2020. Medical staff test facilities and make the bed at Huoshenshan (Fire God Mountain) Hospital to make final preparations to admit patients infected with the novel coronavirus in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, Feb. 3, 2020.

The coronavirus crisis is putting China's military to the test

Even after decades of economic growth, China's civilian health system is not able to meet demand, one analyst says
Transportation 2020-02-10T11:17:49Z
BA flight aborts landing at Heathrow during Storm Ciara BA flight aborts landing at Heathrow during Storm Ciara

A terrifying video shows the 'touch-and-go' moment a passenger jet was forced to abort a landing in Britain's 'storm of the century'

A British Airways flight was forced to abort a landing attempt at Heathrow Airport after Storm Ciara winds proved too strong.
News 2020-02-10T07:29:38Z
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The number of coronavirus cases on the Diamond Princess cruise in Japan nearly doubles as passengers report going 'stir crazy' under quarantine

60 new cases of the coronavirus were confirmed on Monday. The ship was placed on a two-week quarantine upon arrival in Yokohama, Japan on February 3.
News 2020-02-10T06:04:00Z
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News 2020-02-10T05:19:05Z
Jeff Bezos Oscars 2020

Jeff Bezos was roasted during the Oscars opening monologue, with Chris Rock saying he is 'so rich' that even a divorce settlement couldn't put a dent in his net worth

"He's got cash," the comedian Chris Rock said during the Oscars opening monologue. "When he writes a check, the bank bounces."
News 2020-02-10T03:59:20Z
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Joe Biden called a New Hampshire voter 'a lying dog-faced pony soldier' during a campaign event

"You're a lying dog-faced pony soldier," Biden told a female audience member during a question-and-answer session in New Hampshire.
News 2020-02-10T01:34:00Z

'The Irishman' is a fictionalized true crime story about the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, a mystery that still hasn't been solved

Here's what we know so far about the real-life Jimmy Hoffa and the ongoing investigation into his disappearance.
Science 2020-02-10T01:34:00Z
Coronavirus mask Wuhan China

The Wuhan coronavirus has killed more than 900 people and infected over 40,000. Here's everything we know about the outbreak.

Chinese authorities have confirmed more than 40,000 cases of the Wuhan coronavirus. Cases have been reported in at least 26 other countries.
Politics 2020-02-10T00:05:00Z
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LIVE RESULTS: Buttigieg narrowly leads Sanders in pledged delegates from the controversial Iowa caucus

Sen. Bernie Sanders received more raw votes out of Iowa, but Buttigieg holds a narrow lead in national pledged delegates according to figures released Sunday.
Politics 2020-02-09T21:31:17Z

Trump expected to ask for $2 billion in funding for border wall, make cuts to medicare, medicaid, and social security in 2020 budget

Democrats took control of the House last year and are unlikely to pass Trump's budget. Disputes about wall funding led to last year's record shutdown.
Politics 2020-02-09T21:20:21Z

Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg are neck-and-neck in New Hampshire polls ahead of the primary

In the second release of CNN's New Hampshire poll, Sanders and Buttigieg outpace the rest of the candidates by 10 points, with Biden following.
Politics 2020-02-09T20:23:56Z

Libertarian Gary Johnson offers 'whatever I can do' to help Tulsi Gabbard in New Hampshire amid third party talk around the candidate

The 2016 Libertarian Party nominee left a voicemail to a local Gabbard volunteer offering his help to the Democratic presidential hopeful.
Politics 2020-02-09T20:02:00Z

Impeachment explained: No, it won't nullify an election or allow a 3rd term

President Donald Trump and his supporters have floated several inaccurate and misleading theories about what impeachment means.
Sports 2020-02-09T19:51:09Z

Players and coaches at Kobe Bryant's Mamba Sports Academy describe the devastating moment they heard about the athlete's death

"It was horrible inside," Mamba Sports Academy employee Madison Murray told the Los Angeles Daily News. "So silent you could hear a pin drop."
Politics 2020-02-09T19:40:43Z

A 'Never Trump' Republican leader organized a campaign to call independent New Hampshire residents in an attempt to persuade votes against Sanders in the Democratic primary

'Never Trump' Republicans don't want Sen. Bernie Sanders to win, so they're urging right-leaning independents to vote in the Democratic primary.
Politics 2020-02-09T17:59:41Z

A man was arrested at the White House after he told a Secret Service agent he planned to kill Trump

The 25-year-old man was taken into custody and brought to a hospital for a mental health evaluation in the Secret Service's latest security incident.
Military & Defense 2020-02-09T17:51:09Z

Iran tried and failed for the fourth time in a row to put a satellite into orbit

Iran, despite US opposition, has tried four times since January 2019 to put a satellite into orbit, but each attempt has been a failure.
Politics 2020-02-09T17:35:24Z

Trump shared a doctored video of Pelosi ripping his speech that's been viewed millions of times, and Democrats are outraged Facebook and Twitter still won't remove it

Twitter and Facebook say the video, edited to show Nancy Pelosi ripping President Donald Trump's speech as he spoke, doesn't violate their policies.
News 2020-02-09T17:05:26Z

Two NYPD officers were ambushed by gunmen in less than 24 hours in 'assassination' attempts

In one incident a gunmen walked into the 41st precinct in the Bronx and shot an officer. Mayor Bill de Blasio condemned the attacks.
Retail 2020-02-09T16:40:15Z

A KFC food worker in China was infected with the coronavirus, despite efforts to curb spreading with contactless delivery and thousands of store closures

Yum China, the parent company of KFC in China, has already closed multiple stores to curb further spreading of the deadly disease.
News 2020-02-09T15:46:37Z

A Chinese citizen journalist who went viral for his reporting on coronavirus from Wuhan has gone missing, and his family says he's been forcibly quarantined

Chen Qiushi is a Chinese lawyer and citizen journalist whose social media profiles grew popular for his video reporting in Hong Kong and in Wuhan.
Retail 2020-02-09T15:35:32Z

Nike's new CEO reveals how the company decides when to take a stand on social issues — and when to stay quiet

Nike's new CEO John Donahoe explained the process behind brand-led campaigns like Nike's?infamous Colin Kaepernick ad.

How a crew flying the Air Force's biggest plane landed safely after amid aircraft warnings and a medical emergency

A crew flying a C-5M Super Galaxy tackled an unscripted chain of events and challenges during an unscheduled flight in January.
Military & Defense 2020-02-09T14:42:34Z

2 US troops killed and 6 injured in shooting on an Afghanistan Army base amid uncertain plans to withdraw troops

American troops killed the shooter after the Afghan soldier opened fire on the US servicemen at an Army base in Nangarhar.
BI Prime Transportation 2020-02-09T14:39:00Z

JetBlue founder David Neeleman reveals how his airline can succeed by flying weird routes for low prices

In an interview with Business Insider, Neeleman explained how the unorthodox strategy can succeed, despite the costs of running an airline.
News 2020-02-09T14:09:00Z

Spain confirms a second case of the deadly coronavirus, marking nearly 40 cases in Europe

Spain confirmed a second case of the virus on February 9 — the same day a UK plane evacuated more than 200 citizens from Wuhan.
Sports 2020-02-09T13:54:27Z

An MMA manager said Conor McGregor is 'a scumbag' and his only chance of fighting Khabib Nurmagomedov is in the streets

Ali Abdelaziz said McGregor needs to fight Justin Gaethje, another client of his, if he is to earn a second shot at Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Politics 2020-02-09T13:42:00Z

Here's why the 2020 election-year economy is shaping up perfectly for Trump

The number of jobs added and unemployment rate looks great on the surface, but it masks deeper problems in the US.
News 2020-02-09T12:31:27Z

A 4th person in the UK has tested positive for the coronavirus, and is being treated in a London hospital

The person was infected after coming into contact with a known carrier of the illness in France, while a British man in Spain has also tested positive.
Sports 2020-02-09T10:12:48Z

Dominant women's champion Valentina Shevchenko kicks so awesomely she looks like a video game cheat code has come to life

Shevchenko made a third successful defense of her UFC women's flyweight championship, and wowed the Houston crowd with highlight-reel moments.
Sports 2020-02-09T08:49:19Z

Long-reigning champion Jon Jones narrowly won a fight which the UFC president Dana White said he should have lost

Stats show Dominic Reyes had perhaps done enough to win and even UFC boss Dana White said his kids were terrorizing him, saying Jon Jones had lost.
Military & Defense 2020-02-09T02:56:00Z

A Thai soldier has been shot dead after killing 21 people, including his commander, in an 18-hour attack briefly livestreamed on Facebook

The attack took place Saturday at a shopping mall in Thailand. Local media reported the suspect's name to be Cpl Jakrapanth Thomma.
Politics 2020-02-09T02:49:32Z

A group of Republican senators including Susan Collins tried and failed to stop Trump from firing Gordon Sondland

Among those who tried to stop Trump was Sen. Susan Collins, who endured widespread derision for saying she believed Trump "learned from this case.
Military & Defense 2020-02-09T01:47:10Z

There are multiple US casualties after troops were fired on during an operation in Afghanistan, US official says

Several US personnel were either injured or killed, but the exact number and other details were not provided, a US official told the Associated Press.
Science 2020-02-09T00:58:00Z

With more than 800 dead, the Wuhan coronavirus has killed more people than the SARS outbreak

The Wuhan coronavirus death toll has surpassed that of SARS, another deadly virus that originated in China in the early 2000s and killed 774 people.
Sports 2020-02-08T23:34:24Z

A 20-year-old USA-born Swede just broke the pole-vaulting world record, and said he wanted to do it since he was 3 years old

Watch the record-setting jump right here as Armand Duplantis cleared 6.17 meters on his second attempt at the World Athletics Indoor Tour on Saturday.
News 2020-02-08T22:24:18Z

A Maryland county is the first in the US to ban hairstyle discrimination at the local level

To combat racist policies that prohibit Black people from wearing natural hairstyles, city council members passed the CROWN Act.
Science 2020-02-08T21:48:02Z

12 photos show the chilling futuristic tech being used to find people with the Wuhan coronavirus

Screeners have deployed sanitary accessories like gloves and masks, in addition to more advanced technology like thermal imaging.
News 2020-02-08T20:43:55Z

Trump called out a viral picture of his tan line for being edited, but originals didn't look too different

After #OrangeFace trended on Twitter, President Trump responded calling a viral photo showing his stark tan line "photoshopped, obviously."
Military & Defense 2020-02-08T19:33:45Z

Two-dozen US Marines were discharged after an investigation over their alleged involvement in drug crimes and a human trafficking operation along the border

One of the ex-Marines will face time in military prison, others did not face judicial action after chargers were dropped following an unlawful arrest.
Politics 2020-02-08T19:03:59Z

Joe Biden launched an attack ad making fun of Pete Buttigieg for being a small-town mayor tasked with tracking down pets and revitalizing sidewalks

Biden's digital director said the ad had more views than the population of South Bend, while Buttigieg's team hit back at Biden's stance in the race.
News 2020-02-08T18:43:00Z

Americans in coronavirus quarantine were flown from Wuhan on cargo planes with no windows and flight crews dressed in full hazmat suits

The passengers had to wear red wristbands on the plane that marked their body temperature to track if anyone spiked a fever during the flight.
News 2020-02-08T18:42:00Z

10 Wuhan professors signed an open letter demanding free speech protections after a doctor who was punished for warning others about coronavirus died from it

One petition was signed by Wuhan professors, and another was signed by academics from around China calling for a national holiday in Li's honor.
Politics 2020-02-08T18:31:24Z

The Trump administration went back on its promise to protect whistleblowers' safety

President Donald Trump fired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman in an apparent act of personal vengeance after his impeachment testimony.

Why Trump's aggressive foreign policy hasn't backfired — yet

Backlash takes time to develop, which is why it's premature to say Trump has definitely avoided the worst-case scenario for his actions abroad.
Politics 2020-02-08T17:50:12Z

When discussing a possible Bernie Sanders presidency, MSNBC's Chris Matthews ranted about hypothetical executions in Central Park under Castro

Matthews said he had a problem with "people who took the other side" during the Cold War, inventing hypothetical executions in Central Park.
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