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Kyrie Irving is now with the Mavericks 😯 And NBA players were taken aback by the Dallas-Brooklyn monster trade. ftw.usatoday.com/lists/kyrie…
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Does this count as a tailgate party?
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The Department of Defense confirmed a fighter jet shot down the suspected Chinese spy balloon as it floated off the coast of South Carolina. bit.ly/3X9WymW
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"Saturday Night Live" took its own shot at the suspected Chinese spy balloon that wandered into U.S. airspace and how the media covered the story. bit.ly/3HD277B
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Nearly 200 people have been cleared of charges tied to a corrupt Chicago cop and his team in what attorneys say is the largest series of exonerations in the city’s history.
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Chicago police Sgt. Ronald Watts and his team extorted money and planted drugs and guns on innocent people at a public housing project for almost a decade, said Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx. Watts and other officers deny framing people.
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Collectively, the wrongful prosecutions cost 183 people sentences of 459 years in prison, plus 57 probation and 10 boot camp sentences. Now exonerees are searching for justice. These are their stories. bit.ly/3HXWO45
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By me: Before Valentine's Day, let's talk about sex, baby – and babies. Whether you're in a serious relationship or just exploring people, this is a talk you should be having – not only with the person you're dating but, most important, with yourself. usatoday.com/story/opinion/c…
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.@sherylcrow, @dionnewarwick and more stars were happy to “second that emotion” in honoring @smokeyrobinson and #BerryGordy at the #MusiCares #PersonsoftheYear event in Los Angeles. bit.ly/3YnA2bs
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Ahead of the #Grammys tonight, we caught up with Måneskin, Tobe Nwigwe, Anitta and more at Spotify's Best New Artist party. bit.ly/40suRbT
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Lewis Hamilton has become one of the leading athletes in all of professional sports that fights racism. In many ways, he's dedicated his life to it, and his background of being racially bullied might explain why. usatoday.com/story/sports/co…
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The Democrats are shaking up their 2024 primary calendar: bit.ly/3lbG0xN
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President Biden will answer five big questions in his State of the Union address Tuesday. Starting with his opening words. Here's my take >>>
Joe Biden's State of the Union speech is likely to draw his biggest audience of the year and provide a blueprint for the rest of his presidency.        rssfeeds.usatoday.com/~/7264…
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