• Police: Smollett faked hate crime for pay raise
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    Police: Smollett faked hate crime for pay raise

    Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson says "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett "took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career" because he was dissatisfied with his salary. (Feb. 21)

  • Snow Continues to Fall on Las Vegas and Wider Area
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    Snow Continues to Fall on Las Vegas and Wider Area

    Snow continued to fall on Las Vegas, Nevada, on the morning of Thursday, February 21, after the National Weather Service reported that the 0.5 inches that fell on Wednesday broke the daily snowfall record for that date. This footage shows snow falling on the west Las Vegas neighborhood of Rainbow Park

  • Boy in wheelchair shows off trampoline moves
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    Boy in wheelchair shows off trampoline moves

    A North Dakota charity event turned into worldwide inspiration when a 4-year-old boy performed his favorite trampoline act in his wheelchair. Wyatt Burggraff bounces at a gym with programs for kids with disabilities (Feb. 21)

  • Natural Hair Or Otherwise, Black Women Are Beautiful And They Deserve It
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    Natural Hair Or Otherwise, Black Women Are Beautiful And They Deserve It

    Kennedy Johnson, Brittany Noble Jones, Minda Harts and Maya Allen discuss natural hair for black women and share advice for feeling comfortable in your own skin and look.

  • Mexico’s navy seizes boat carrying 1,400lbs cocaine
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    Mexico’s navy seizes boat carrying 1,400lbs cocaine

    The Mexican Navy released dramatic video of marines descending from a Black Hawk helicopter onto a speed boat they say was loaded with cocaine.

  • Smollett staged attack to advance career: police
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    Smollett staged attack to advance career: police

    Chicago police chief Eddie Johnson told reporters Thursday that actor Jussie Smollett claimed to be the victim of a racist and homophobic attack because he was dissatisfied with his salary on the hip-hop TV drama "Empire". Rough cut (no reporter narration).

  • Sneaker malfunction puts Nike in the spotlight
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    Sneaker malfunction puts Nike in the spotlight

    Nike is in damage-control mode on Thursday after emerging basketball star Zion Williamson was injured when his Nike sneaker split during a game. Chirs Dignam has more.

  • Pope promises change at first sex abuse summit
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    Pope promises change at first sex abuse summit

    Pope Francis opened a landmark Vatican conference on the sexual abuse of children by priests on Thursday by saying the Church would "listen to the cry of the little ones seeking justice". Gracie Jerome reports.

  • Florida Police Seek FBI Impersonators Involved in Robbery
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    Florida Police Seek FBI Impersonators Involved in Robbery

    Police in Miami-Dade County, Florida, are looking to identify two men who impersonated FBI agents to gain access to a home in Miami Lakes on January 30. Miami-Dade Police Department released security footage on February 20 showing what they said was a “home invasion robbery,” and appealed for help to

  • US and China resume talks in trade standoff
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    US and China resume talks in trade standoff

    The Trump administration resumed high-level talks with Chinese officials on Thursday, aiming to ease a trade standoff that's unnerved global investors and clouded the outlook for the world economy. (Feb. 21)

  • Life Sentence: Lawyer Stages Elaborate Trial to Propose to Girlfriend
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    Life Sentence: Lawyer Stages Elaborate Trial to Propose to Girlfriend

    Two attorneys who met while working as prosecutors in Palm Beach, Florida, entered into a very special agreement on February 7. Brandon Dinetz told his girlfriend, Jennifer Lettman, that he’d like her to watch him arguing a “big DUI trial” at a Palm Beach court. She went along to lend her support. She

  • Remain or leave? Carmakers confront hard Brexit choices
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    Remain or leave? Carmakers confront hard Brexit choices

    With Brexit just over a month away, carmakers are preparing for risk and potential opportunities offered by Brexit. Francis Maguire reports.

  • BFF? McBrayer and Skarsgard
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    BFF? McBrayer and Skarsgard

    Jack McBrayer and Alexander Skarsgard became pals on the TV circuit but it was a telescope that brought them closer together. (Feb. 21)

  • Visitors immerse in Vincent Van Gogh's paintings in Paris
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    Visitors immerse in Vincent Van Gogh's paintings in Paris

    L’Atelier des Lumieres is projecting multilayered versions of Vincent Van Gogh’s most famous artworks letting visitors experience what it’s like to be inside the paintings.

  • Volkswagen eyes bigger slice of African car market
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    Volkswagen eyes bigger slice of African car market

    The head of Volkswagen South Africa says he hopes to develop a pan-African auto industry as the company looks to venture into more African countries. Sisipho Skweyiya reports.

  • Jones wants England to "spoil the party" ahead of crunch Wales clash
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    Jones wants England to "spoil the party" ahead of crunch Wales clash

    England head coach Eddie Jones has stoked the fires ahead of his side's crunch Six Nations clash with Wales as he urges his side to "spoil the party" in Cardiff.

  • Catalan Separatists Block Road With Burning Tires
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    Catalan Separatists Block Road With Burning Tires

    Catalan separatist protesters set fire to tires, blocking a highway outside the city of Berga, north of Barcelona, on February 21. The demonstration was one of a number of disruptions to transportation carried out in protest against the trial of 12 pro-independence leaders accused of holding an illegal

  • Separatists Block Roads and Railway Lines in Catalonia
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    Separatists Block Roads and Railway Lines in Catalonia

    Protesters blocked roads and train tracks across Catalonia on Thursday, February 21, in a protest against the trial of 12 Catalan separatist leaders who attempted a failed bid for independence in 2017. Trial proceedings for 12 separatists accused of holding an unauthorized referendum and misusing public

  • UK: pound upbeat on Brexit hopes, finances
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    UK: pound upbeat on Brexit hopes, finances

    Sterling rose on Thursday before losing some gains after British finance minister Philip Hammond said that Brexit talks with Brussels had been constructive and that lawmakers could vote on a revised deal as early as next week. As David Pollard reports, a more upbeat mood over the UK outlook was boosted

  • ShowBiz Minute: Smollett, R Kelly, BRIT Awards
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    ShowBiz Minute: Smollett, R Kelly, BRIT Awards

    "Empire" actor turns self in to face charge; Lawyer likens R. Kelly to Beethoven to explain studio move; P!nk honored for outstanding contribution to music at the BRIT Awards. (Feb. 21)

  • First Crush: Jason Blum
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    First Crush: Jason Blum

    Horror super-producer Jason Blum's first crush was on a star from "The Love Boat." (Feb. 21)

  • Jackpot! California Police Destroy Equipment After Shutting Down Illegal Gambling Facility
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    Jackpot! California Police Destroy Equipment After Shutting Down Illegal Gambling Facility

    The San Bernardino Police Department hit the jackpot when local residents tipped them off about illegal gambling facilities operating in the city. Police were able to shut the place down and, as seen in video released on February 20, put the equipment out of use thanks to SA Recycling, in San Bernardino

  • Jussie Smollett charged with faking racist attack
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    Jussie Smollett charged with faking racist attack

    Actor Jussie Smollett is charged with lying to police after claiming he was attacked and beaten by two masked men. Chicago police are now seeking his arrest. Eve Johnson reports.

  • 'Time is running out' on climate, Swedish teen activist tells EU officials
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    'Time is running out' on climate, Swedish teen activist tells EU officials

    Speaking at an EU conference, sixteen-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg told officials on Thursday (February 21) that the thousands of children marching out of lessons each week to demand action on climate change sought to clean up their "mess" after decades of inaction. Rough

  • Macron announces anti-semitism measures
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    Macron announces anti-semitism measures

    French President Emmanuel Macron told Jewish leaders on Wednesday (February 20) that a bill aimed at curbing hate speech on the internet would be introduced by May. Lauren Anthony reports.