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The Celtics expected to see a different LeBron James in Cleveland after the Cavaliers fell into a 2-0 hole to open the Eastern Conference finals. Two games and back-to-back wins later, James has reminded everyone exactly why he's been to seven straight NBA Finals. Boston will be back in the embrace of its raucous fans at TD Garden for Game 5 on Wednesday.... [Read More]
An order to withdraw 2,000 American troops from Syria cam from President Trump, who said on Twitter, "We have defeated ISIS in Syria." But fighting remains fierce, and last week allies launched more than 200 air and artillery strikes. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports. [Read More]
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The Indiana attorney general's office said USA Gymnastics' policy doesn't do enough to protect athletes and children from abuse.        ... [Read More]
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where the UK crashes out of the European Union without a transition plan in place - could cause food and medicine shortages for its closest neighbor, Ireland. [Read More]
No, it's not Elf. [Read More]
The 8-6 Baltimore Ravens fly across the country to battle the 11-3 Los Angeles Chargers on Saturday night. [Read More]
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The US House Oversight Committee will continue to investigate payments from foreign governments to the Trump Organization during the next session of Congress, incoming panel chairman Democratic Congressman Elijah Cummings said in a letter. [Read More]
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After a problematic 24 hours for the president yesterday, Chris Jansing breaks down the president's no good, very bad day including his former national security advisor Michael Flynn's day in court, the dissolution of the Trump Foundation and the fact that he might have to fold on his border wall demands. [Read More]
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Hungarian artist Gergely Dudás creates puzzles of hidden images. In a new illustration, there's only one red Santa hat without white stripes. Gergely Dudás' viral works of art challenge people to look closely at an image to find one small detail he's tucked inside. In past brainteasers, he's hidden a panda among snowmen, a card among gift bags, a heart among elephants, a lollipop among ice cream, a bunny among cats, a star among Jack-o'-lanterns, and a snowman among snowflakes. He's also released two books of brain teasers — one of holiday puzzles called "Bear's Merry... [Read More]
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There's preventative action hiding within your medicine cabinet: multivitamins. [Read More]
Former federal prosecutor Elliot Williams said Wednesday that recent sentencings in special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian election meddling show that the investigation could be nearing its end. "Because of the fact that we are beginning to see sentencings, those tend to be a sign that things are wrapping up because you only sentence people when they're done with their cooperation," Williams, who also worked in the Justice Department during the Obama administration, told Hill.TV's Krystal Ball and Buck Sexton on "Rising." Mueller's team has indicted or reached plea deals with 33 people, including onetime Trump campaign chairman... [Read More]
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A U.S. withdrawal from Syria poses a serious challenge to President Trump's strategy — Iran is poised to take advantage of the American withdrawal. [Read More]
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A project to help the Democratic contender, Doug Jones, in his closely contested race against Roy Moore used deception on Facebook and Twitter... [Read More]
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Lawmakers and others criticized the social network after a New York Times report revealed Facebook gave its partners extensive access to user data. [Read More]
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The Treasury Department's decision on the firms, owned by Oleg V. Deripaska, came after a sophisticated lobbying campaign and drew criticism from some Democrats and foreign policy analysts. [Read More]
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A man attempted to cash a check from a new employer at a Cleveland area bank. Police got involved after the bank had trouble verifying the check. [Read More]
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Facebook says that Spotify and Facebook needed the access to allow users to share private messages with each other via Messenger. [Read More]
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Can you say the most mispronounced words of 2018? We asked some USA TODAY staffers and they had a hard time. [Read More]
London aluminium prices sank to a 16-month low in early Asian trade on Thursday after the United States said it would withdraw sanctions on Russian aluminium producer United Company Rusal. Most dollar-denomintaed metals, including copper, were trading lower after the U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised interest rates for the fourth time this year and signalled further hikes ahead. Higher interest rates tend to push commodity prices lower, because they... [Read More]
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As investigators seek to determine the cause of the deadliest wildfire in California history, the culprit that fire officials have linked to more than a dozen fires that ravaged large swaths of Northern California last year is again in the hot seat. [Read More]
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