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Actor and director Regina King's son, Ian Alexander Jr., has died by suicide, her representative confirmed to CNN Saturday.

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One New York police officer is dead and another is in critical condition after a suspect in a domestic disturbance opened fire inside a Harlem apartment, authorities said on Friday.

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Bitcoin has lost almost half its value since its November high, with cryptocurrency prices continuing to plunge as major economies look to curb their growing popularity.

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NFL News

Derrick Henry is back, officially activated and set to start for the Titans. Take out the hoopla of one of the NFL’s best players making a dramatic return for the playoffs, Ian Rapoport writes, and the King will be essentially back to normal. Well, except

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Cbslocal.com

Actor and former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed that he was behind the wheel when he was involved in a four-vehicle crash in Pacific Palisades that sent an injured woman to a hospital for treatment.

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CNBC

New NIH-funded research found that Covid-19 vaccines don't impair fertility in men or women, but a Covid infection can affect men's sperm quality for up to 60 days.

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The Verge

On Friday, Intel announced it would build the “largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet” here in the United States, on a 1,000-acre plot of land in New Albany, Ohio. There’s more to it than that.

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MMA Mania

Francis Ngannou is no longer interested in a heavyweight fight with Jon Jones as he enters his weekend clash with Ciryl Gane at UFC 270.

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Reuters

The first shipment of the United States' $200 million security support package for Ukraine arrived in Kyiv, the U.S. Embassy said on Saturday.

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ESPN

Since 2014 there have been 101 different starting quarterbacks to start a game with kickoff temperatures below 40 degrees. Jimmy Garoppolo is not one of them. Temps in Green Bay could be single digits, but the cold hasn't helped the Packers recently.

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New York Times

The federal agency said it was unaware that three hostages were already escaping the temple as an elite rescue team entered from different sides, killing the attacker.

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Space.com

Undocking is set for 10:40 a.m. ET. The capsule carries nearly 5,000 pounds of science ready to come back to our planet.

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CBS News

If all goes well, Webb will be 100 times more powerful than Hubble​ — so sensitive to infrared light that it could detect the faint heat of a bumble bee as far away as the moon.

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New York Times

A preponderance of boulder tracks on the red planet may be evidence of recent seismic activity.

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The Wall Street Journal

The department store has been under pressure to boost its share price

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CNN

The US Embassy in Kyiv has requested that the State Department authorize the departure of all nonessential staff and their families, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter.

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