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Parnas said he is speaking out because he is afraid of William Barr Click Here to Open in a New Window

Parnas said he is speaking out because he is afraid of William BarrRudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas said he was giving media interviews about his role in President Trump’s attempts convince Ukrainian officials to announce an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden because he wanted to protect himself from Attorney General William Barr.



An ISIS preacher captured in Iraq was apparently so overweight that police had to take him away in the back of a pickup truck Click Here to Open in a New Window

An ISIS preacher captured in Iraq was apparently so overweight that police had to take him away in the back of a pickup truckShifa al-Nima was captured in the Mansour neighborhood of Mosul by the Nineveh police command, according to Iraqi police.



Kidnapped US teen rescued by police thanks to Snapchat Click Here to Open in a New Window

Kidnapped US teen rescued by police thanks to SnapchatA California teen who had been drugged and kidnapped was rescued by police this week after using Snapchat to alert her friends to her abduction. One man was arrested as he left the motel in San Jose, in northern California, where the girl was being held and two other suspects were taken into custody on Wednesday, police said in a statement.



Denver officials won't hand over information sought by ICE Click Here to Open in a New Window

Denver officials won't hand over information sought by ICEDenver officials on Thursday said they would not hand over information requested by U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement on four men wanted for deportation. ICE, the Homeland Security agency tasked with arresting and deporting people in the U.S. illegally, sent four administrative subpoenas earlier this week to law enforcement looking for information on three Mexican nationals and one Honduran who had been in custody in Denver. It was the first time subpoenas had been sent to a law enforcement agency — an escalation of the conflict between the Trump administration and so-called sanctuary cities.



Princess Cruises responds after 'Marriage Story' actress speaks out, sues alleging bedbugs Click Here to Open in a New Window

Princess Cruises responds after 'Marriage Story' actress speaks out, sues alleging bedbugsA "Marriage Story" actress and her husband are suing Princess Cruises, alleging their room was infested with bedbugs.



'You have not seen anything yet,' climate activist Greta says ahead of Davos Click Here to Open in a New Window

'You have not seen anything yet,' climate activist Greta says ahead of DavosSwedish activist Greta Thunberg marched with 10,000 protesters in the Swiss city of Lausanne on Friday and said "you have not seen anything yet" before some head to Davos next week to challenge the global financial elite to fight climate change. "So, we are now in a new year and we have entered a new decade and so far, during this decade, we have seen no sign whatsoever that real climate action is coming and that has to change,” Thunberg said in a speech in Lausanne. Hundreds will take trains over the weekend and then march to Klosters near Davos, the annual gathering of world political and business leaders that Thunberg is attending for the second year in a row and will take part in two panel events.



These clothes use outlandish designs to trick facial recognition software into thinking you're not human Click Here to Open in a New Window

These clothes use outlandish designs to trick facial recognition software into thinking you're not humanPrivacy-focused designers, academics, and activists have designed wearable accessories and clothes meant to thwart facial recognition tech.



Meghan McCain: McSally ‘Didn’t Earn’ the Senate Seat She Inherited From My Dad Click Here to Open in a New Window

Meghan McCain: McSally ‘Didn’t Earn’ the Senate Seat She Inherited From My DadThe View’s Meghan McCain took some shots at Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ) on Friday after the lawmaker personally insulted a CNN reporter, pointing out that McSally didn’t “earn” the Senate seat she was appointed to after McCain’s father died.After CNN senior congressional correspondent Manu Raju attempted to ask McSally whether the Senate should consider new evidence in the impending impeachment trial, the Arizona senator snapped at Raju: “You’re a liberal hack—I’m not talking to you.” McSally, meanwhile, quickly seized upon the instantly viral moment to fundraise for her tight election race before predictably appearing on Fox News to do a victory lap.Discussing the incident on Friday’s broadcast of the ABC talk show, the View hosts noted that Raju’s question was “very reasonable” and that the lawmaker also refused to answer it when asked by Fox News’ Laura Ingraham during a chummy Thursday night interview. View co-host Ana Navarro speculated that McSally likely lashed out at Raju because she’s on “thin ice” in her Senate race, prompting McCain to offer up even more background.“She’s actually appointed,” the conservative host added. “She didn’t win that seat. I think that’s important.”After losing her Senate bid to Democrat Kyrsten Sinema in 2018, McSally was appointed by Republican Gov. Doug Ducey to permanently fill the seat that was vacated by Meghan’s father, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), after his death. (McSally succeeded retired Sen. Jon Kyl, who accepted a temporary assignment to the seat immediately following McCain's death.)“She didn’t earn it in the traditional sense of votes,” McCain added. “It’s an extremely tight race. Arizona could turn blue, which would—pigs may start flying around the studio if that ends up happening, I never thought I’d see the day.”McCain went on to say that she believes that McSally is “playing her cards completely wrong” by fundraising off of the confrontation, adding that it is also a “thankless job” being a Capitol Hill reporter.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.



Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr join Trump impeachment defense team Click Here to Open in a New Window

Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr join Trump impeachment defense teamThe legal team representing President Trump in his Senate impeachment trial will include some familiar faces, especially for regular viewers of Fox News.



Lev Parnas: Rick Perry said he told Ukrainian president aid was contingent on Biden investigation Click Here to Open in a New Window

Lev Parnas: Rick Perry said he told Ukrainian president aid was contingent on Biden investigationLev Parnas, the indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani, told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow in an interview that aired Thursday night that former Energy Secretary Rick Perry was directed by Rudy Giuliani to tell Ukraine its U.S. aid was contingent on the country announcing investigations of former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.Parnas alleges that after Giuliani made the request, Perry called him back and said he had been in touch with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and conveyed the message.Perry left the Trump administration last fall, shortly after reports came out that Perry, U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, and former U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine Kurt Volker — dubbed the "three amigos" — were put in charge of Ukraine policy. He later announced he would not comply with a subpoena for the House impeachment inquiry.More stories from theweek.com Trump is getting the band back together The Patriots only have one option French officials warn of violence from subgroups in protest movement



Off-duty Hong Kong police officer arrested for supporting protests Click Here to Open in a New Window

Off-duty Hong Kong police officer arrested for supporting protestsAn off-duty Hong Kong police officer was arrested along with seven other people on Friday as they tried to put pro-democracy posters on a footbridge, police said. It's the first known case of a police officer being apprehended for supporting the massive demonstrations that have led to more than 6,500 arrests in the past seven months. The officer, 31, and the seven other people aged 14 to 61, were arrested at 3:00 am on Friday in Tuen Mun, a district in northwest Hong Kong.



No Horsing Around: Syrian Man Has Big Surprise For Putin Click Here to Open in a New Window

Russia has been widely criticized for its military intervention in Syria to prop up Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad. Among other things, the Russian military has been accused of bombing schoo


Froome in full training, gunning for 5th Tour de France win Click Here to Open in a New Window

Paris - A defiant Chris Froome insisted he is out of rehab and back in full training, focused on being in prime shape and at the starting line for the 2020 Tour de France in July.<


Windies stun Australia with three wickets win in U19 World Cup Click Here to Open in a New Window
Kimberley [South Africa], Jan 18 (ANI): West Indies stunned Australia by three wickets win in the ongoing ICC U19 World Cup at Diamond Oval here on Saturday. Chasing a below-par target of 180, Nyeem Y
WHO Does Not Rule Out Human to Human Spread of New Coronavirus Click Here to Open in a New Window

GENEVA - The World Health Organization reports there is no evidence of human-to-human spread of the new coronavirus that has sickened dozens, but says the possibility cannot be ruled out.

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Kuchar goes low to lead in Singapore Click Here to Open in a New Window

Singapore - Olympic medallist Matt Kuchar fired a nine-under-par 62 to take the lead after the third round of the Singapore Open on Saturday, while fellow Rio winner Justin


Anderson to face little-known Belarusian in Australian Open Round 1 Click Here to Open in a New Window

Cape Town - South Africa's Kevin Anderson will begin his 2020 Australian Open title quest against little-known Belarusian, Ilya Ivashka.

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US to Screen Passengers at Airports for Signs of New China Virus Click Here to Open in a New Window

U.S. health officials announced Friday that the United States will begin screening airline passengers arriving from central China for signs of a new virus outbreak that has killed two people and si


Osaka vows to block out negatives after 'toughest year' Click Here to Open in a New Window

Melbourne - Defending Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka said on Saturday that 2019 was the "toughest year of my life" after the Japanese star ploughed through s


What Do We Know About Newly Identified Virus from China Click Here to Open in a New Window

A second person has died from a newly identified virus in central China that has sickened dozens. The outbreak prompted U.S. health officials to announce Friday that the United States would begin s


Austin grabs 36-hole lead at Mitsubishi Electric Championship Click Here to Open in a New Window
American Woody Austin shot a 4-under par 68 Friday to grab the 36-hole lead at the Champions Tour's Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai Golf Course in Kona, Hawaii. On a day that saw the hig
World Athletics officials happy with Eugene stadium work Click Here to Open in a New Window

Los Angeles - World Athletics officials said on Friday they were excited by a visit to Eugene, Oregon, this week to study plans and new stadium construction ahead of the 2021 World


US to Screen Airline Passengers From China for New Illness Click Here to Open in a New Window

NEW YORK - U.S. health officials announced Friday that they will begin screening airline passengers arriving from central China for a new virus that has sickened dozens and killed two, prompting wo




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910 AD Fujiwara no Asatada, a Japanese poet, designated one of the 36 Immortals was born.

1596 AD there was an earthquake in Japan; several cities made ruins, and thousands perished.

1792 AD - in Kyushu Island, Japan: collapse of old lava dome during eruption of Unzen volcano caused avalanche and tsunami that killed an estimated 14,300 people. (Most were killed by the tsunami.) Japan's greatest volcano disaster.

1896 AD - an earthquake and tidal wave killed 27,000 in Sanriku, Japan

1923 AD - in Japan: magnitude 8.3 earthquake destroyed one-third of Tokyo and most of Yokohama. More than 140,000 killed.

1995 AD - a magnitude: 6.9 earthquake hit Osaka, Kyoto, and Kobe, Japan


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