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Winter Olympics 2018: Japan creates story with gold, china in men’s figure skating

It was a unsatisfactory night for Americans in Pyeongchang Friday: American Nathan Chen searched for emancipation in the free movement at the Olympics, but it wasn’t adequate to overcome Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu, who steady his bullion medal. And Lindsey Vonn unsuccessful to award in the super-G. Stay present with the latest updates from Pyeongchang Friday night with CBS News.   …

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3 hikers discovered from San Francisco cliff

SAN FRANCISO — The San Francisco Fire Department was means to rescue 3 adults who got trapped on a precipice at San Francisco’s Baker Beach Friday afternoon, officials said. Firefighters used harnesses and ropes to lift the 3 up, and they were means to walk out on their own from there, CBS San Francisco reports.  The 3 hikers went over …

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Bodies of baby babies found in suitcase

WYNNE, Arkansas — Authorities contend the bodies of two baby babies have been found in a container along a highway in northeast Arkansas. The infants seem to be twins, Detective Sargeant Jeffrey Nichols told CBS associate WREG. The Cross County sheriff’s bureau says the bodies were detected Friday afternoon in a purple suitcase, which was on a embankment bank along …

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NYC subways behind by poodle on the tracks

NEW YORK — It doesn’t take much to delayed down the New York transport system. On Friday afternoon, one gold of fur stopped sight service on a movement line between Brooklyn and Manhattan. The dog named Dakota has a face that will stop traffic – or at slightest the F train, CBS New York reports.  It was coming to the …

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"The pursuit they’ve finished is incredible," Trump tells doctors, first responders

President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited the victims of the Parkland, Florida mass sharpened Friday night, as good as members of law coercion at the Broward County Sheriff’s office.  The president, speaking to reporters at Broward Health North Hospital, reliable that he had seen victims who were recuperating — including a girl who had suffered 4 bullet wounds …

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Court filings: "Additional rapist conduct" unearthed against former Trump campaign chairman

Paul ManafortSpecial warn Robert Mueller purported in justice filings expelled late Friday that “additional new crimes” by former Trump campaign authority Paul Manafort had been uncovered. These enclosed a series of bank frauds and bank rascal conspiracies, at slightest partial of which associated to a debt on his Fairfax, Va. property.  The special warn will exhibit the new justification to …

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Indictment underscores how social media firms got played by Russian agents

The election-interference indictment brought by Robert Mueller, the U.S. special counsel, underscores how entirely social-media companies like Facebook and Twitter were played by Russian propagandists. And it’s not pure if the companies have taken sufficient movement to forestall something identical from happening again. Thirteen Russians, including a businessman close to Vladimir Putin, were charged Friday in a tract to meddle …

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Ex-Cuomo aide’s wife did ‘sloppy’ work for company: testimony

The wife of former Gov. Cuomo help Joseph Percoco submitted “sloppy” work at a low-show teaching gig that’s at the core of her hubby’s temptation trial, according to justice testimony. Lisa Percoco, once a New York City schoolteacher, had a $7,500-per-month consulting position at Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) from 2012 to 2016, to indoctrinate schoolchildren on energy. Lisa Percoco, the …

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Brooklyn man pleads guilty to roving to Yemen to join ISIS

A Brooklyn man charged with trying to yield element support to ISIS pleaded guilty in sovereign justice Friday. Mohamed Rafik Naji pronounced he’d trafficked abroad with the vigilant of joining with the bloody militant organisation — and had speedy another crony to come along. “I went to Yemen to join ISIS,” Naji told Brooklyn Federal Judge Frederic Block. But Naji, …

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Congestion devise inches forward, but sum need to be ironed out

ALBANY — Gov. Cuomo took some baby stairs toward enacting a overload pricing devise this week but still needs to work out major sum with the Legislature. Included in a set of due bill amendments denounced by the Cuomo administration late Thursday were a handful of “near-term” recommendations done by the governor’s Fix NYC row to understanding with traffic overload …

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