• Winter Weather Advisory begins at 5pm for the metro
Winter Weather Advisory begins at 5pm for the metro

According to the National Weather Service , northwest winds will whip at speeds of 20 to 30 miles per hour with gusts up to 50 miles per hour. After 2 p.m., some areas of freezing rain, sleet & snow are possible, mainly in our western & northwestern counties.

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  • Kim's right-hand man visits White House
Kim's right-hand man visits White House

The White House announced on Friday following the meeting that the second summit between the two leaders "will take place near the end of February". Among possible venues is Vietnam, according to people familiar with preparations. Pompeo held a luncheon with the North Korean delegation afterward. He described the exercises as "war games", using P...

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  • Scientist behind CRISPR twins sharply criticized in government probe, loses job
Scientist behind CRISPR twins sharply criticized in government probe, loses job

It did not say what laws or regulations he may have broken. He embraced the tool, called CRISPR , and previous year rocked an worldwide conference with the claim that he had helped make the world's first gene-edited babies, despite a clear scientific consensus that making genetic changes that could be passed to future generations should not be a...

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  • Twitter Gives Rudy Giuliani Hell For His Imagined Talk To St. Peter
Twitter Gives Rudy Giuliani Hell For His Imagined Talk To St. Peter

President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani seems to have stepped in it during another interview. BuzzFeed also reported Cohen had told the special counsel about Trump's instructions to lie to Congress and that documents and witness testimony would support Cohen's statements.

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  • China demands U.S. stop extradition of Huawei executive from Canada
China demands U.S. stop extradition of Huawei executive from Canada

Her comment came after Canadian media said that the United States will proceed with the formal extradition of Meng from Canada, where she is now on bail. Ms Meng's arrest was "plainly aimed at putting unreasonable pressure on China's high-tech enterprises", she added. She did not elaborate. "We hope that both Canada and the United States will recog...

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  • Pressure mounts on Theresa May to rule out No Deal Brexit
Pressure mounts on Theresa May to rule out No Deal Brexit

Ms. "The prime minister seems to be going through the motions of accepting the result but in reality is in deep denial", said Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn . The former minister has teamed up with Conservatives Nick Boles and Nicky Morgan, as well as other Labour members of Parliament, to propose a bill that would force the government to give Parl...

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  • At Least 65 Killed In Taliban Attack On Afghan Intel Base
At Least 65 Killed In Taliban Attack On Afghan Intel Base

He was not able to provide a casualty breakdown or say how numerous wounded were transferred to Kabul following the coordinated Taliban attack on Monday morning on a military base and a training center in eastern Maidan Wardak province. On Sunday, a Taliban suicide bomber rammed an official convoy in Logar province, which borders greater Kabul. ...

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  • 14 dead after fire on two vessels off Crimea
14 dead after fire on two vessels off Crimea

Russian rescue authorities say the two ships were alongside each other transferring fuel when a fire started. Authorities in the Crimean city of Kerch were preparing to receive the victims, he added. Russian media is reporting firefighting vessels are now attempting to douse the flames on both ships. Of them, 16 were Turkish citizens and 15 fro...

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  • Video of child walking with hands up to police goes viral
Video of child walking with hands up to police goes viral

But more video, this time from a Florida police officer's body camera, tells a very different story. The clip shows a man and woman exit the vehicle with their hands above their head, before their two-year-old daughter then imitates her parents and clambers out of the passenger's door and walks towards the officers barefoot.

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  • Death toll reaches 79 in Mexico fuel duct blast
Death toll reaches 79 in Mexico fuel duct blast

The disaster occurred as President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's government wages a massive crackdown on fuel theft, which cost Mexico an estimated $3 billion in 2017. Since they began reopening it on January 16 it had been hit four times he said. "Within a week, fuel shortages led to shuttered stations and long lines around the country".

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  • Ireland knocks back Polish proposal to break Brexit deadlock over backstop
Ireland knocks back Polish proposal to break Brexit deadlock over backstop

She also repeated arguments against a second referendum - another "people's vote" on Brexit. That is what this Government is seeking to achieve. In her statement , the PM also added that the option of a 2nd referendum won't be supported by the majority of the House of Commons lawmakers.

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  • Kamala Harris makes stop at Penn Station after announcing presidential bid
Kamala Harris makes stop at Penn Station after announcing presidential bid

Sens. Elizabeth Warren of MA and Kirsten Gillibrand of NY have both formed exploratory committees. Said Harris in the clip: "The future of our country depends on you and millions of others lifting our voices to fight for our American values".

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  • Mike Pence compares Donald Trump to Martin Luther King Jr
Mike Pence compares Donald Trump to Martin Luther King Jr

King ...' "You think of how he changed America, he inspired us to change through the legislative process to become a more ideal union", Pence continued . Martin Luther King III was among the attendees. Florida State's football program has taken to Twitter to issue an apology for their controversial Martin Luther King, Jr .

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  • Marchers urged to stand strong, fight for life with 'compassion, hope'
Marchers urged to stand strong, fight for life with 'compassion, hope'

Though Trump himself wasn't at the march, the vice president and his wife showed up to introduce the president's videotaped remarks. After Pence spoke, Trump spoke to the marchers via video - and promised them that "as president, I will always defend the first right in our Declaration of Independence, the right to life".

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  • BuzzFeed journalist: ‘Our reporting is going to be borne out’
BuzzFeed journalist: ‘Our reporting is going to be borne out’

The special counsel's office does not usually issue statements in response to news reports about the Russian Federation investigation. The Kremlin was not engaged in any discussions regarding the potential construction of a Trump Tower skyscraper in Moscow, even though it received several emails regarding the matter, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Pesk...

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  • World’s oldest man, 113, dies at his home in northern Japan
World’s oldest man, 113, dies at his home in northern Japan

Speaking to Japanese media, Yuko said: "We feel shocked at the loss of this big figure". He was presented with his Guiness World Record a year ago at his home in Ashoro after the death of the then-oldest living man, Spaniard Francisco Nunez Olivera.

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  • Cohen Likely to Appear Again Before Senate Intelligence Panel, Warner Says
Cohen Likely to Appear Again Before Senate Intelligence Panel, Warner Says

BuzzFeed reported late Thursday that Cohen, who worked for Trump for more than a decade, has told investigators that the president personally instructed him to lie about the Moscow Trump Tower plan in testimony in 2017 to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees.

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  • Kamala Harris enters 2020 presidential race
Kamala Harris enters 2020 presidential race

Harris launched a book tour in early January to promote a memoir , making a series of media appearances that helped bolster her visibility ahead of her campaign announcement. Harris is planning to base her presidential campaign in Baltimore, with a second office in Oakland. "It's also likely that her record on criminal justice and banking reform a...

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  • Arctic air, gusts make for risky cold
Arctic air, gusts make for risky cold

A slightly warmer air mass is expected to move into the area Tuesday . A Wind Advisory went into effect at 6 p.m. Sunday evening, according to the National Weather Service . Those at risk of cold-related illnesses include young children, older adults, people with chronic illnesses, and people without proper shelter. The wind finally settles l...

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  • A Winter Storm Warning continues through 4 a.m
A Winter Storm Warning continues through 4 a.m

Snow and ice covered freeways, highways and roads across parts of the Midwest as the storm moved Saturday toward the Northeast and New England. "It's been a very challenging event", said Weather Service meteorologist Paul Fitzsimmons.

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