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YES! + Aroldis Chapman pumped about having 2 Cuban aces in Yankee camp + George Clooney warns about hate in age of President Trump + Oscar host Jimmy Kimmel set to CRUSH Globes' Jimmy Fallon gig + Demi Lovato attacked on Twitter for saying she is 1% African + Oscar nominee Natalie Portman will miss awards due to pregnancy + Woman targeted by Ivanka’s longtime stalker wants her to speak up + 'Human Ken Doll' Rodrigo Alves gets 51st surgery + Standing while eating could eventually make you fat + Five reasons why liberals should boycott Bill Maher + N.Y.’s democracy needs an overhaul + Trump & the madman theory of foreign relations + For trans kids and all kids: Safety and sanity required + Planned Back-Channel Talks Between U.S., North Korea Scuttled + Demand Lags at China's Remote Airports + Attacks on Security in Syria's Homs Kill Dozens + Islamic State Drones Terrorize Iraqi Forces + Suspect in Kim Jong Nam Killing Says Oil 'Prank' Earned Her $90 + Japanese Workers Unleash Their Inner Slacker---for a Day + One Dead, Two Injured After Man Drives Into Group in Germany + Myanmar Police Blame Grudge, Not Army, for Lawyer's Murder + Peru's President Talks Growth, Trade and 'Bridges' With Trump + French Presidential Hopeful Sets Economic Agenda + U.K. Opposition Leader Under Pressure After Election Defeat + Immigration Agents Discover New Freedom to Deport Under Trump + People From 7 Travel-Ban Nations Pose No Increased Terror Risk, Report Says + Democrats Elect Thomas Perez, Establishment Favorite, as Party Chairman + For Commerce Pick Wilbur Ross, ‘Inherently Bad’ Deals Paid Off + Trump Ruled the Tabloid Media. 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There's a petition for it. + EPA head suggests rollback of Obama-era rules may begin next week + Bedbugs kill woman, caretaker faces charges + Democrats elect Tom Perez, former Labor secretary, as new party leader + Is the slime craze causing a run on Elmer's glue? + Colorado rancher plows mile-long 'Trump' sign + Who is the 'bravest woman in America' Ida Lewis? + Trump lashes out at media for failing to report debt decrease + Turks push to turn iconic Hagia Sophia back into a mosque + Woman's first-person obituary honors the 'queen of sass' + Warren Buffett praises 'ambitious immigrants' in annual letter to shareholders + Study: Men who exercise strenuously have lower libidos + This week's discoveries: Sleeping late may be early warning of Alzheimer's