On This Day - 19 November 1990

On This Day - 19 November 1990

Milli Vanilli was stripped of its Grammy Award after it was discovered they didn't sing on their debut album.
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Pelosi announces agreement on USMCA trade pact

Pelosi announces agreement on USMCA trade pact

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday announced agreement on a modified North American trade pact, handing President Donald Trump a major win on the same day that Democrats announced their impeachment charges against him.
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Democrats unveil articles of impeachment

Democrats unveil articles of impeachment

House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment Tuesday against President Donald Trump, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
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Musical A-listers team up for Sting foundation

Musical A-listers team up for Sting foundation

Stars including Annie Lennox, Ricky Martin and Darryl McDaniels talk about saving the planet at the 30 year celebration of Sting's Rainforest Foundation in New York.
Sting: 'No more important thing' than saving the planet

Sting: 'No more important thing' than saving the planet

Before taking the stage to celebrate 30 years of his Rainforest Foundation, Sting says his foundation has won battles, but may be losing war to save the planet.
On This Day: 10 December 1962

On This Day: 10 December 1962

"Lawrence of Arabia" had a royal premiere in London, with David Lean, Peter O'Toole and Anthony Quayle in attendance.
ShowBiz Minute: Juice WRLD, Frates, Obama Roberts

ShowBiz Minute: Juice WRLD, Frates, Obama Roberts

No foul play suspected in Juice WRLD death; Pete Frates, who inspired ALS ice bucket challenge, dies; Michelle Obama and Julia Roberts visit school in southern Vietnam.
AP Top Stories December 10

AP Top Stories December 10

Here's the latest for Tuesday December 10th: Democrats prepare to unveil articles of impeachment; Justice Dept. probe says Trump Campaign-Russia investigation justified; Criminal probe into New Zealand volcano deaths; Kentucky swears in new Governor.
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Jack Black: Veganism is 'straight-up delish'

Jack Black: Veganism is 'straight-up delish'

At the premiere of "Jumanji: The Next Level," Jack Black says that if Tom Brady - "the greatest athlete in the history of the NFL" - can go vegan, then others can too.
Awkwafina emotional about Globe nom

Awkwafina emotional about Globe nom

Actress Awkwafina says she thought someone "had passed away" when she checked her phone early Monday, only to fine out she had received a Golden Globe nomination for her performance in "The Farewell."
Hart and Johnson - Oscar hosts?

Hart and Johnson - Oscar hosts?

At the premiere of the latest "Jumanji" movie in L.A., stars Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart say they would consider hosting the Oscars, while Nick Jonas contemplates a special 2019.
New Zealand: criminal probe into volcano deaths

New Zealand: criminal probe into volcano deaths

New Zealand police said Tuesday they were opening a criminal investigation into the deaths of tourists on a volcanic island. At least six people are known dead with more unaccounted for.
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Pensacola cyberattacked; no link to shooting found

Pensacola cyberattacked; no link to shooting found

The FBI said Monday it found no signs of any link between a cyberattack on Pensacola, Florida's computer systems and last week's attack at the naval air station there in which a Saudi flight student killed three sailors and wounded eight others.
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Global warming threatening reindeer herding

Global warming threatening reindeer herding

Global warming is threatening reindeer herding in Sweden’s arctic region as unusual weather patterns jeopardize the migrating animals’ grazing grounds.
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LAPD to test device for snaring suspects

LAPD to test device for snaring suspects

The Los Angeles Police Department will begin testing a device designed to snare a person from a distance, giving officers a potentially safer alternative to firing a Taser or a gun.
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Researchers level playing field for disabled kids

Researchers level playing field for disabled kids

A University of Michigan research team has created an augmented reality system that allows people with different levels of mobility to play and exercise together
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Today in History for December 10th

Today in History for December 10th

Martin Luther King, Junior accepts Nobel Peace Prize; Women get the right to vote in Wyoming Territory; America's first domestic passenger jet flight takes off; Soul singer Otis Redding, General Augusto Pinochet die.
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Snow falls in Minnesota ahead of deep freeze

Snow falls in Minnesota ahead of deep freeze

At least 10 inches of snow is expected in parts of northern Minnesota and Wisconsin before a deep freeze settles into the region.
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GOP, Dems split over reaction to IG's Russia report

GOP, Dems split over reaction to IG's Russia report

Republican and Democratic lawmakers came away with starkly different conclusions from the long-awaited report watchdog report of the Justice Department on the FBI's handling of the Russia probe.
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AP Top Stories December 9

AP Top Stories December 9

Here's the latest for Monday December 9th: Watchdog report: FBI's Trump-Russia probe justified, no bias; Impeachment hearing gets testy; Up to 13 feared dead in New Zealand volcanic eruption; and the First Lady hands out toys.
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Core stage of rocket for moon mission complete

Core stage of rocket for moon mission complete

NASA officials commemorate the completion of the core stage of the SLS rocket that will eventually propel the next mission to the moon in 2024.
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At least 50 vehicles crash in snowy Iowa pileup

At least 50 vehicles crash in snowy Iowa pileup

Authorities in Iowa say at least 50 vehicles were involved in a massive pileup on an interstate during a snowstorm. At least one person was seriously hurt.
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Chief slams federal lawmakers after officer death

Chief slams federal lawmakers after officer death

Houston police chief Art Acevedo slammed federal lawmakers for not doing enough to combat gun violence and not standing up to the National Rifle Association following the fatal shooting of a Houston officer.
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Artist who ate banana artwork at Basel 'not sorry'

Artist who ate banana artwork at Basel 'not sorry'

A banana duct-taped to a wall at Art Basel Miami and titled "Comedian" by artist Maurizio Cattelan was removed by fellow artist David Datuna on Saturday, and eaten as a crowd documented it with their phones.
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Nadler: 'Sharp cross-examination' is not badgering

Nadler: 'Sharp cross-examination' is not badgering

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler reminded his Republican colleagues during a testy impeachment hearing Monday that 'sharp cross examination of a witness is not badgering a witness."
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