4 dead, including shooter, at Florida naval base

4 dead, including shooter, at Florida naval base

A shooter opened fire in a classroom building at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola on Friday morning in an attack that left four people dead, including the assailant, and multiple people wounded.
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DiCaprio, Pitt, more pose for Oscar nominee class photo

DiCaprio, Pitt, more pose for Oscar nominee class photo

The 2020 Oscar nominees pose for a class photo at the annual luncheon, ahead of the ceremony on February 10.
AP source: Americans return from China virus zone

AP source: Americans return from China virus zone

An airplane that a federal official said was evacuating as many as 240 Americans from a Chinese city at the center of a virus outbreak landed in Anchorage, Alaska late Tuesday. The passengers are going through multiple medical screenings.
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Stuck inside, Chinese get creative to beat boredom

Stuck inside, Chinese get creative to beat boredom

Chinese people confined to their homes either by choice or by order are making the best of the situation as cities remained in lockdown in a desperate bid to contain a new, dangerous virus.
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Biden in Iowa: caucus for me, ruin Trump's night

Biden in Iowa: caucus for me, ruin Trump's night

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says Republicans are bringing up his name in the Trump impeachment trial because President Trump doesn't want to run against him.
Pastor's fight against KKK becomes a movie

Pastor's fight against KKK becomes a movie

A South Carolina pastor wants to make a shrine of reconciliation out of a store that once sold racist merchandise and had a Ku Klux Klan museum. Rev. David Kennedy obtained historic theater building that housed The Redneck Shop in Laurens, SC.
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Houston airport to start coronavirus screenings

Houston airport to start coronavirus screenings

Houston Bush Intercontinental is one of 15 airports nationwide at which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plan to expand screenings for the coronavirus.
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Today in History for January 29th

Today in History for January 29th

Highlights of Today in History: President George W. Bush warns terrorists still threaten United States;bomb rocks an abortion clinic in Birmingham;"The Raven" is first published; Ty Cobb named hall of famer;Oprah Winfrey is born
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Astronaut to return home after 11 months in space

Astronaut to return home after 11 months in space

After nearly 11 months onboard the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Christina Koch can't wait to dig into some salsa and chips, and swim and surf in the Gulf of Mexico. She holds the record for the longest spaceflight by a woman.
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CT man accused of killing wife airlifted to NY

CT man accused of killing wife airlifted to NY

A Connecticut man charged with murdering his estranged wife has been rushed to the hospital after being treated for carbon monoxide poisoning. Fotis Dulos was found when police officers went to his house in Farmington for a welfare check.
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AP Top Stories January 28

AP Top Stories January 28

Here's the latest for Tuesday, January 28th: Trump defense team argues against calling Bolton during impeachment; Palestinians reject Trump's peace plan; U.S. health officials expand China travel advisory; Hybrid fitness a huge hit in Hollywood.
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Schiff: Trump's defense reeling from Bolton's book

Schiff: Trump's defense reeling from Bolton's book

Lead impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff says the abrupt ending of the President Donald Trump's defense team today in the Senate shows "they are still reeling from the revelation of John Bolton's book and what he has to say."
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Schumer calls on GOP senators to rise to occasion

Schumer calls on GOP senators to rise to occasion

President Donald Trump's legal team argued against the relevance of testimony from Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton on Tuesday while the Senate braced for debate on whether to summon witnesses into the impeachment trial.
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Trump legal team wraps up opening arguments

Trump legal team wraps up opening arguments

President Donald Trump's legal team has concluded their defense in his impeachment trial. They are depicting a president being hounded by investigations. The Senate is now braced for debate on whether to allow witnesses to testify.
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China confirms 4,500 cases of new virus

China confirms 4,500 cases of new virus

China has confirmed more than 4,500 cases of a new virus, with 106 deaths. Most have been in the central city of Wuhan where the outbreak began in December.
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WNBA player Katie Lou Samuelson on Bryant's role

WNBA player Katie Lou Samuelson on Bryant's role

WNBA player Katie Lou Samuelson remembers Kobe Bryant as a friend and mentor, not just for her but for many in women's basketball.
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Trump Mideast plan calls for Palestinian state

Trump Mideast plan calls for Palestinian state

President Donald Trump's long-awaited Middle East peace plan calls for the creation of a State of Palestine with its capital in portions of east Jerusalem. A plan which strongly favors Israel, the Palestinians have already say no to.
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Lawyer: framers said few offenses are impeachable

Lawyer: framers said few offenses are impeachable

President Donald Trump's legal team was presenting its final day of arguments in his impeachment trial Tuesday as Republicans wrestled with whether to allow witnesses, including John Bolton who appeared ready to contradict a key Trump claim.
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Senate Democrats continue call for trial witnesses

Senate Democrats continue call for trial witnesses

Top Senate Democrat, Chuck Schumer calling for witnesses, says Former National Security Adviser John Bolton has relevant testimony that "gets to the heart' of the impeachment and Republicans call for Hunter Biden adds nothing to the proceedings.
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Officials: More coronavirus cases 'likely' in US

Officials: More coronavirus cases 'likely' in US

Top U.S. health officials say more confirmed cases of the coronavirus are likely to turn up in the U.S., but they assess the immediate health risk to the general public as low because they have not tracked any spread of the virus in U.S. communit...
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Republicans: Impeachment trial will hurt Biden

Republicans: Impeachment trial will hurt Biden

Republicans: Impeachment trial will hurt Biden
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AP probe raises doubts about murder conviction

AP probe raises doubts about murder conviction

Myon Burrell has served more than 17 years for the shooting of an 11-year-old girl _ a case originally prosecuted by presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar. But an Associated Press investigation uncovered myriad inconsistencies in the case.
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On This Day: 28 January 2010

On This Day: 28 January 2010

After 14 years in LA, the Grammy Awards returned to New York for one night only.
Sam Mendes' 'perfect storm'

Sam Mendes' 'perfect storm'

Oscar-nominated director Sam Mendes talks about his film "1917" launching at the perfect time in the awards season calendar and how that's helped its box office takings.
Gerwig: number of women directors 'still not where it needs to be'

Gerwig: number of women directors 'still not where it needs to be'

At the Oscar Luncheon, Greta Gerwig talks about focusing on work rather than accolades, working on increasing women's participation in movies and inspiring future generations.