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Wednesday 17th of January 2018
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The aunt of 13 siblings allegedly abused and held captive by their parents says her family tried "for years" to get in touch with her sister.

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Scientists hunting universal vaccine to protect against regular winter flu _ and the next super-flu, too
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Prosecutors plan to announce charges in the killing of a University of Pennsylvania student whose stabbed body found buried in a Southern California park
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The New York Times
By: CHOE SANG-HUN

The agreement is a milestone in inter-Korean sports relations, and Seoul has said in the past it hoped such a move could contribute to a political thaw.

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Koreas agree to form their first joint Olympic team and march together in opening ceremony

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The two countries were expected to discuss marching together in Pyeongchang.

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The former "Today" anchor speaks out about her former co-host.
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In her first interview since leaving NBC 4 years ago Ann Curry said she was the subject of constant "verbal harassment" at the network....

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The New York Times
By: THOMAS FULLER
Wednesday: La Conchita looks back, the Perris horror, a code of conduct for models, hospitals erect surge tents for flu, and East Coast pot rumblings.
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The New York Times
By: BEN ROTHENBERG
There’s no doubt the Ukrainian teenager can play at a high level, but she’s also learning to deal with the high expectations that come with early success.
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It looks as if a new entry might be developing, just in time for awards season.
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Comedians took aim at President Donald Trump’s doctor on Tuesday.

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Walmart is distributing a free opioid disposal product beginning immediately.
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The New York Times
By: FARHAD MANJOO
Apple gave us the modern smartphone. Now, it can create a new take on the device by encouraging us to use it more deliberately — and a lot less.
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The New York Times
By: JASON FARAGO
Newly discovered photographs by the Nobel-winning novelist reveal a South African adolescence shaped by art and apartheid.
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The New York Times
By: ISAAC OLIVER
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” has made stars of its contestants, catapulting many into full-fledged careers. But for some who have yet to catch this wave, drag is still an uncertain labor of love.
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The New York Times
By: JAN RANSOM
On Tuesday, Andy Byford started what will undoubtedly be his most challenging transportation job yet as president of the New York City Transit system.
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The New York Times
By: LIZ ROBBINS
The State Department notified hundreds of Yemenis they could enter the United States, but when the travel ban went into effect, they were rejected.
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The New York Times
By: EDUARDO PORTER
There is a precedent for letting states impose work requirements on the poor for medical coverage. It bodes ill for public health.
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The New York Times
By: AUDRA D. S. BURCH
Public universities grapple with balancing freedom of expression — even hate speech — with providing safe campuses.
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The New York Times
By: STANLEY NELSON
The president’s dealings with these important institutions have ranged from out-of-touch to outright bizarre.
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The New York Times
By: JAVIER CORRALES
Christians are seducing poor voters and conservative parties. Is that good for democracy and minority rights?
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The New York Times
By: NOAM COHEN
But will Mark Zuckerberg be any good at social engineering?
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The New York Times
By: ROSS DOUTHAT
The presidency may be racist, but it’s gender that’s the essential Trump-era divide.
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The New York Times
By: STEVEN BUSER
As a former military psychiatrist, I worry that the president would fail the military’s mental health standards.
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The New York Times
By: JUSTIN BANK
Writers from across the political spectrum on the president’s immigration preferences and what role ethnicity should play in policymaking.
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The New York Times
By: LINDA QIU
According to the polling company that President Trump cited, his approval among black Americans has actually declined.
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A storm stretching across the eastern U.S. was playing havoc with travel.
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The New York Times
By: ALEXANDRA S. LEVINE
Wednesday: Expert insight on the virus, a dicey commute, and looking ahead to the Women’s March.
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The New York Times
By: CHRIS STANFORD
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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The family is looking for answers after an 85-year-old man was exposed.
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Dole was one of the few prominent Republicans to support President Trump.
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The New York Times
By: HARA ESTROFF MARANO
In “Supernormal,” the psychologist Meg Jay derives lessons from the lives of her troubled patients.
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The New York Times
By: LAURA BEIL
Roundworm eggs, shed by stray dogs, can be ingested by children playing outside. The worm’s larvae have been found in the brain, experts say, perhaps impairing development.
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The New York Times
By: DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.
Can 500,000 thermometers transmitting 25,000 readings a day forecast the spread of flu more accurately than the C.D.C.?
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A place where Buddy the dog barks like mad whenever he hears “Hillary.”
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A cat lost in the California mudslides was tracked down by its paw prints and reunited with her owners.
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The dangerously low wind chills have also forced schools to close in several states.
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The New York Times
By: CARL RICHARDS
Before chasing Bitcoin or some other shiny thing, ask yourself this first: What are my financial goals? And does speculating fit within those goals?
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Residents near Michigan shared video of the dazzling display on social media.
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Fast Company
By: Michael Grothaus

It sounds like something out of a Roland Emmerich disaster movie, but it really happened. At around 8:10 pm local time last night a meteor streaked across the skies of Michigan and exploded in the atmosphere, reports ABC. That explosion, 5 miles...

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TheVerge
By: Thuy Ong

A meteor entering the Earth’s atmosphere exploded in Michigan’s sky overnight in a spectacle that briefly illuminated the city of Detroit. The US Geological Survey confirmed the meteor had entered the atmosphere about 5 miles from New Haven,...

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The New York Times
By: ADAM NOSSITER
Speaking in Calais, the port city at the epicenter of the migration problem, the French president defended his policies as a mix of fairness and firmness.
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The New York Times
By: MATT STEVENS and MATTHEW ...
The police found Hilinksi, who was expected to start at quarterback for the Cougars next season, after he did not show up for a practice.
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Hilinski's teammates and coaches expressed their heartbreak after hearing of his passing. 

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Hilinksi was a redshirt sophomore this season and appeared in eight games. 

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson discussed the U.S.'s readiness for talks.
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A swath of snow stretches over 1,700 miles from Houston to New England.
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“I wasn’t very far away,” the president said to laughter.
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The New York Times
By: MAGGIE HABERMAN and...

If the argument seems to amount to a distinction without a difference, neither the White House nor its allies have acknowledged it.

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Fortune
By: Bloomberg

The author started with a working title that signaled a sympathetic view.

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency says the state of Hawaii didn't need federal approval to retract a cellphone alert mistakenly sent over the weekend warning of a ballistic missile attack
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The New York Times
By: MATTHEW HAAG
White played 10 seasons for the Celtics and helped lead the team to N.B.A. championships in 1974 and 1976.
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ESPN
By: Chris ForsbergESPN Staff ...

BOSTON -- Celtics legend Jo Jo White, a two-time NBA champion and Finals MVP, passed away Tuesday at the age of 71.

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The New York Times
By: PATRICK BOEHLER
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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The New York Times
By: GINA KOLATA
New research suggests a strong link between genes, dietary fat and prostate cancer.
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The New York Times
By: CORAL DAVENPORT
The majority of members of the National Parks System Advisory Board have jointly resigned in protest of Trump administration policies.
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The New York Times
By: ALAN WONG
Joshua Wong got three months in prison for his role in 2014 protests demanding freer elections for the leader of Hong Kong.

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