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    1. Officials Have Yet to See Intelligence Gained in Deadly Yemen Raid, Report Says

      U.S. officials claim that no significant intelligence has yet been revealed after a Special Forces raid in Yemen last month that turned into a chaotic firefight, taking the life of one Navy SEAL and possibly dozens of civilians, including children. The botchedMore

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    2. Kristina Mladenovic advances, John Isner loses in Acapulco tournament

      Second-seeded Kristina Mladenovic of France opened with a 6-2, 6-3 victory.More

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    3. President Trump Aims for a Reset With Speech to Congress

      After a troubled first month in office, President Trump aims to reset his agenda with the American people through his first speech to a joint session of Congress Tuesday. The Joint Address to Congress—not technically called a State of the Union becauseMore

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    4. Carolina Panthers re-sign DE Wes Horton to 2-year pact

      The Carolina Panthers re-signed defensive end Wes Horton to a two-year contract, the team announced Monday.More

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    5. Read the Academy’s Statement on the Oscars Best Picture Mix-Up

      The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has issued a statement apologizing for mistakes made during Sunday’s Oscar ceremony, which resulted in La La Land initially being announced as the Best Picture category winner instead of Moonlight. In theMore

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    6. Google’s New Doodle Celebrates the Founder of the World’s Largest Network of Volunteer Ambulances

      On this day in 1928, Abdul Sattar Edhi was born in Gujarat, western India. By the time he was 30, he had moved to what had then become Pakistan, and planted the seeds of what would grow into the world’s largest network of volunteer ambulances. GoogleMore

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    7. Study: Humans to blame for 84 percent of wildfires, longer wildfire season

      Wildfires are getting bigger, more frequent and sparking for a larger percentage of the calendar year. And new research suggests humans are largely to blame.More

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    8. A Judge Has Rejected a Request to Move Bill Cosby’s Trial, But Will Bring in Outside Jury

      (NORRISTOWN, Pa.) — A sequestered jury from an outside county will decide the sexual assault case against Bill Cosby, a suburban Philadelphia judge ruled Monday, rejecting a defense request to move the trial itself because of worldwide media reports that theMore

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    9. In Yemen, UN aid chief rallies support for relief efforts to prevent famine

      Stephen O'Brien, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator visits IDP families living on the edge in Aden with nothing but the most rudimentary shelter Yemen. Photo: OCHA Yemen 27 February 2017 - The parties to the conflictMore

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    10. Senate Confirms Wilbur Ross as Commerce Secretary

      WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate on Monday confirmed billionaire investor Wilbur Ross as commerce secretary as President Donald Trump adds to his economic team. The vote was 72-27. Breaking with Republican orthodoxy, Ross said the Trump administration will workMore

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    11. Yemen SEAL Raid Has Yielded No Significant Intelligence: Officials

      The White House has repeatedly called the raid a success, but senior officials who spoke to NBC News said they were unaware of any 'actionable intelligence' gathered so far in the raid last month on a suspected terrorist camp in Yemen.More

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    12. Billionaire Wilbur Ross confirmed as commerce secretary

      Former commerce secretaries, including one who served under former President Obama, have praised himMore

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    13. A Top Republican Said He’d Vote Against the GOP’s Obamacare Replacement Bill

      Rep. Mark Walker (R-N.C.) said he would not vote for an Obamacare replacement bill, according to a statement on Twitter. “There are serious problems with what appears to be our current path to repeal and replace Obamacare. The draft legislation, which was leakedMore

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    14. Yemen SEAL Raid Has Yielded No Significant Intelligence: Officials

      The White House has repeatedly called the raid a success, but senior officials who spoke to NBC News said they were unaware of any 'actionable intelligence' gathered so far in the raid last month on a suspected terrorist camp in Yemen.More

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    15. Tony Romo expected to be cut 'within next two weeks'

      Jerry Jones' decision on quarterback Tony Romo is on its way.More

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    16. SpaceX says it will fly civilians to the moon next year

      Next year, two private citizens are expected to be the first humans in nearly 50 years to fly to the moon, aerospace company SpaceX announced Monday.More

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    17. Exactly What Went Wrong With the Oscars Best Picture Mistake

      Accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers—the company responsible for managing the envelope distribution at the Academy Awards since 1934—has finally released an official explanation for the Sunday night mixup that led La La Land to originally receive theMore

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    18. adidas will gift NFL Draft prospect private island for breaking 40 record

      There should be an abundance of athletes sporting 2017 adizero 5-star 40 cleats this year at the combine.More

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    19. Justice Department Abandons Case Against Texas Voter ID Law

      (AUSTIN) — The Trump administration plans to abandon the federal government’s longstanding opposition to a key portion of Texas’ toughest-in-the-nation voter ID law, a U.S. Justice Department spokesman said Monday. It’s a dramatic break fromMore

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    20. Review raises questions about herbal heart meds

      While there's scant evidence that herbal medications are safe or effective to treat heart conditions, they remain popular among people with heart disease.More

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    21. Austal's next-gen patrol boat completes detailed design review

      Austal's Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement Project for Australia will move forward after completing its detailed design review, the company announced.More

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    22. Police probe drone that crashed through New York woman's 27th floor window

      A New York woman received an unusual fright when a drone crashed through the window of her home -- on the 27th floor of a Manhattan high rise.More

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    23. Best Picture Winner Moonlight Is a Window Into Florida’s Past

      Though the awards-presentation mishap that capped Sunday night’s Oscars broadcast may garner much of the attention when it comes to the Academy’s recognition of Moonlight as 2016’s Best Picture, this film also deserves a second look from aMore

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    24. Daytona 500 demolition derby a sign of things to come in NASCAR Cup Series

      If you like wreck-fests and fuel-mileage finishes, Sunday's Daytona 500 was a real gas.More

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    25. Bacterium protects sponge host from arsenic poisoning: Study

      Scientists have discovered a bacterium that plays the role of arsenic detoxifier in the sponge it calls home.More

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    26. Nasal swab shows promise in confirming lung cancers

      Researchers now say it may someday be possible to quickly confirm lung cancer after a CT scan by using a simple nasal swab.More

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    27. Construction workers take on dizzying 'Cement Mixer Challenge'

      A group of British road construction workers came up with a new way to keep themselves amused -- and somewhat nauseous -- "The Cement Mixer Challenge."More

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    28. Why an Early Spring Is Very Bad News for Your Health

      Unless you’ve been living under a climate-controlled rock, you’ve likely noticed the recent unseasonably warm weather. New data from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) shows that spring is indeed coming early this year—up to three weeks ahead ofMore

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    29. My-King Johnson: First openly gay FBS player 'here to play football'

      He was 12-years-old when he came out to his friends and family.More

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    30. Dangerous Facebook scam returns, hoping for "likes"

      "Like-farming" scam is back in the spotlight after fake child cancer posts go viral on FacebookMore

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    31. Pediatricians revise guidelines for teen victims of sex assault

      New guidelines say pediatricians should be comfortable screening for sexual assault, and should know where to send teen patients for any other help they need.More

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    32. U.S. Air Force taps Raytheon for mobile sensors

      Raytheon received a $128 million contract to support the U.S. Air Force's Mobile Sensors program.More

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    33. The Story Behind an Iconic and Sultry Portrait of Elizabeth Taylor

      On what would have been Elizabeth Taylor‘s 85th birthday — the actor, born Feb. 27, 1932, died in 2011 — TIME looks back on one of the most iconic portraits ever captured of her. Philippe Halsman, the prolific 20th-century portrait photographer, wasMore

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    34. Scientists invent new sound-shaping metamaterial

      Researchers from the universities of Sussex and Bristol, in England, have invested a new material capable of bending and focusing sound waves.More

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    35. Many Americans unaware of 'superbug' threat: Poll

      Antibiotic-resistant "superbugs" are a major public health threat, but most Americans are clueless about the dangers, a new HealthDay/Harris Poll shows.More

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    36. Australia restores defense ties with Indonesia

      Canberra and Jakarta will resume military training exercises and defense-related exchanges according to a joint statement from government leaders.More

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    37. Paddleboarder fends off bag-snatching raccoon in Florida

      A woman paddleboarding in Florida was recorded struggling with a sneaky raccoon that climbed onto her board and tried to steal her bag of food and clothing.More

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    38. See Why Brie Larson and Emma Stone Embodied Friendship Goals at the Oscars

      Hollywood can be a cutthroat community, with actors competing for a small number of prime roles and opportunities. But for 2016’s Best Actress Academy Award winner Brie Larson and 2017’s new Best Actress honoree Emma Stone, their friendship transcendsMore

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    39. Orthodox Jews try to disrupt women's service at Israel's Western Wall

      Thousands of Orthodox Jewish men and women attempted to disrupt progressive women from conducting a prayer service at the Western Wall in Old City of Jerusalem.More

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    40. Study shows molecule may stop pediatric brain tumor

      Researchers at Northwestern University have found a molecule that can kill an aggressive pediatric brain tumor called diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, or DIPG.More

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    41. Official says phone threats to JCCs appear coordinated

      The calls appear to be coming both from within the U.S. and from overseasMore

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    42. U.K. MOD reveals $2.12B upgrade plan for Scottish bases

      Britain's defense ministry will spend $2.12 billion to upgrade Scottish military bases, government officials announced.More

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    43. Dilapidated Jeep Wagoneer removed from sand dune after 40 years

      The Jeep Wagoneer buried beneath a Massachusetts sand dune for 40 years has been removed from its tomb, but time has taken a noticeable toll on the vehicle.More

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    44. Polar Bear: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

      Images, whether captured by a satellite, a scientist, an explorer, a photojournalist or an artist, enable us to record, study and reflect on our planet’s evolving state. To raise awareness to the planet’s changing climate, melting ice, and its impact onMore

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    45. 2017 NFL Draft: Top 50 prospects as the Scouting Combine begins

      The 2017 NFL Draft is more than two months away and with the NFL Scouting Combine this week, there is plenty still to be learned about this class of prospects. But if the NFL draft happened tomorrow, this is what my draft board would look like.More

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    46. Kim Jong Nam's death ordered by Kim Jong Un, South Korea says

      South Korean intelligence officials said that North Korean leader Kim Jung Un ordered the Feb. 13 death of his older half-brother Kim Jong Nam.More

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    47. Scientists create 3D-printed scaffold for ACL reconstruction

      Researchers from the Mayo Clinic have designed a 3D-printed scaffold for reconstructing a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL.More

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    48. GA-ASI forms team to supply Reaper drones to Australia

      General Atomics Aeronautical Systems has formed a team with Australian industry to support an Australian military program for Reaper remotely piloted aircraft.More

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    49. How New Orleans Became Mardi Gras Central

      Mardi Gras has been synonymous with New Orleans for well over a century: this year’s celebration, on Tuesday, marks the 160th anniversary of the city’s first parade. But Mardi Gras, sometimes referred to as Carnival (after the pre-Lenten festive season ofMore

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    50. Arizona Cardinals' Chandler Jones gets franchise tag for birthday

      Defensive end/linebacker Chandler Jones is returning to the Arizona Cardinals on a one-year, $14.6 million franchise tag tender.More

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    51. Turkey will end operation in Syria after Manbij captured: Erdogan's adviser

      Turkey plans to end its military operation in Syria after the city of Manbij is captured, an adviser to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in Moscow.More

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    52. Storm chasers find unique way to honor "Twister" star Bill Paxton

      Hundreds of storm chasers — literally — put actor Bill Paxton’s name on the map SundayMore

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    53. Researchers aim to measure risk of exploding asteroids

      Scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are trying to improve their ability to predict the risk of midair meteor explosions.More

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    54. Study finds young adults at greater risk for sunburn

      Research from the American Osteopathic Association has found young adults with higher melanin content are at an increased risk of getting a sunburn.More

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    55. White House to Propose $54B Defense Spending Increase

      The White House is expected to release a 'budget blueprint' Monday afternoon, adding $54 billion in defense and security funding while cutting that amount from 'lower priority programs' across government agencies. 'We're going to do more with less,' President TrumpMore

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    56. How 3 of Donald Trump’s Executive Orders Target Communities of Color

      This month, President Donald Trump signed three executive orders that will intensify the criminalization of communities of color, under the false premise of the need to increase “law and order.” Leveraging public perception that crime is on the rise andMore

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    57. Cleveland Browns cut WR Andrew Hawkins

      Andrew Hawkins became a free agent when he was cut Monday by the Cleveland Browns.More

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    58. Israel strikes Gaza in retaliation for rocket attack

      Israel Defense Forces tanks and aircraft struck five Hamas targets in Gaza in retaliation for a rocket attack, the army confirmed.More

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    59. Study finds patients choosing cannabis over opioids

      Researchers from the University of British Columbia have found patients prefer cannabis over opioid medication to treat chronic pain.More

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    60. Airbus Helicopters modernizing Germany's CH-53s

      Airbus Helicopters is to retrofit 26 German military CH-53 heavy lift aircraft, replacing obsolescent components with up-to-date parts.More

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