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Rosario Dawson comes out while discussing sexuality and relationship with Cory Booker  


Actress says she's 'never had a relationship in that space'


Fury's promoter Warren 'disappointed' at prospect of Wilder rematch  

Tyson Fury's promoter Frank Warren says he would be "disappointed" if Deontay Wilder exercised his option for a world heavyweight title rematch.


What Thailands unlikely Twenty20 success tells us about what we must do to grow cricket   50%


Thailand are set to make their debut appearance at this month's Women's T20 World Cup in Australia and their heartening rise serves as a lesson for how the sport can change for the better


Trump mocks Oscar win for Parasite: 'What the hell was that about?' video   50%


Donald Trump takes a jab at the South Korean film Parasite, best picture at this year's Oscars, telling supporters in Colorado that the US has 'enough problems with South Korea', and: ‘Can we get Gone With the Wind back?’ He also dismisses Brad Pitt, who – during his Oscars speech said his 45-second slot was more than John Bolton received at the US president's Senate impeachment trial. Trump calls the actor a 'little wise guy'

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When is the Michigan presidential primary 2020? Everything you need to know   45%


Michigan's presidential primary is March 10. Here's what to know on poll times, absentee ballots, the presidential candidates and more.

       


Germany's top court to decide on legalizing assisted suicide   -7%

On Wednesday, Germany's highest court rules on whether to overturn a section of the criminal code forbidding assisted suicide. Many terminally ill patients and medical professionals are hoping the law will change.


America's massive debt load a no-show on the campaign trail  

Public health care, education and gun laws are the hottest issues in the US election campaign. But neither Democratic nor Republican hopefuls are eager to discuss the burning question of the country's financial future.


Romulus mystery: Experts divided on 'tomb of Rome's founding father'   50%

A discovery at an ancient temple divides experts over possible links to the city's legendary founder.


How regenerative agriculture could help save the planet   10%


A quiet revolution is reshaping the agricultural world, with farmers like Danie Slabbert saying that if we want to save the planet, it's not so much about what we eat, but how we farm. CNN's David McKenzie reports.


Lebanon's cash crisis: Is the country heading for a default?   18%

Is Lebanon heading for a debt default? As a major payment deadline approaches, we look at the causes of the country's financial crisis. Also, which countries are doing the most to help the globe's richest citizens hide and launder money? We talk to John Christensen, co-founder of the Tax Justice Network, which has just released its Financial Secrecy index. And we go hunting for black truffles with a French farmer in the Vaucluse region.


Column: As Supreme Court considers its fate, Obamacare's popularity is higher than ever   60%


A new poll shows that the Affordable Care Act is more popular now than ever. Here's why.


Mahathir Mohamad appointed interim prime minister after resignation   8%

Mahathir's shock resignation came after 24 hours of high political drama and after months of speculation about the stability of the governing Pakatan Harapan (Alliance of Hope) coalition.


Tilted towers: Secrets beneath leaning buildings   43%


From the Tower of Pisa in Italy to Britain's Big Ben, some of the world's most famous buildings have a distinct list. However, architectural leanings are not confined to history.


Egypt pulls plug on popular street music  

The ban targets mahraganat music, rooted in impoverished Cairo suburbs, that went mainstream after Egypt's 2011 uprising


Oil prices slump as coronavirus sparks demand concern   20%


Oil prices are under pressure on fears that reduced economic activity will hit demand for energy. CNN's John Defterios reports.


Grace Glenn makes NCAA gymnastics history for UCLA in loss to Utah   68%


Grace Glenn achieved the first leadoff perfect 10 on beam in NCAA history, but another perfect score by Utah's Abby Paulson stymied UCLA's chances of winning.


Labour leadership: What you need to know about Rebecca Long-Bailey  

The BBC's Iain Watson reports on the Labour leadership contender firmly on the left of the party.


Coronavirus claims first victim in Europe after patient dies in Paris  


French health minister confirms tourist's death from virus


Gambia: Queen Scorpions Leave Ahead of Wafu-Zone a Tourney  

[The Point] Gambia national women's team will today Monday leave Banjul for Freetown ahead of the West African Football Union (WAFU) zone A football tournament to be held in Sierra Leone.


Winsford shooting: PM's father Stanley Johnson's tribute to neighbour  

The shooting happened at a Somerset property which is next to Stanley Johnson's rural estate.


The 'Gray Cardinal' Has Left The Kremlin. What Does That Mean For The War In Ukraine?   -2%

When longtime Kremlin aide Vladislav Surkov's imminent departure was first announced by an acquaintance last month, the reason given was a supposed shift in Moscow's policies toward Ukraine. But does Surkov's dismissal really mean new prospects for an end to the war between Kyiv and Russia-backed separatists in the Donbas?


President George W. Bush proudly displays paintings of world leaders  

You're either with these paintings, or against them: Olmert, Putin, Merkel, Singh, Dalai Lama, among others, inspire Bush's art.



Video and recipe: Ganache-filled Hanukkah donuts (sufganiyot)   25%

This recipe for Hanukkah's classic fried sweet incorporates a pastry chef's expertise and is finished with a decadent whipped chocolate ganache topping


WTA roundup: Rybakina wins opener in Doha   4%

Kazakhstan's Elena Rybakina, a finalist in the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships last weekend, kept the momentum rolling at the Qatar Total Open in Doha on Monday by rallying from a set down to defeat Romania's Sorana Cirstea.


Steve Bruce: Danny Rose determined to prove doubters wrong and earn place in Englands Euro 2020 squad   20%


'He wants to play. He wants to get in the England team. He's fitted in well'


Tunisian film 'Sortilge' casts a spell on audiences   25%

Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's film news, including Tunisian movie "Sortilège" from Ala Eddine Slim whose title means "to cast a spell"; but also Oscar-winning French director Michel Hazanavicius's latest movie "The Lost Prince", which is aimed at children and stars Omar Sy as a single dad who tells his daughter lavish bedtime stories.


Neymar blames PSG's handling of injury for poor form in Dortmund defeat   -12%

Neymar has criticised Paris Saint-Germain's handling of his recent injury after the Parisians slipped to a 2-1 defeat at Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday, a disappointing result that leaves the French club facing the prospect of yet another early Champions League exit.


Lighthizer heading to London   -15%

Coronavirus threatens economy, Trump's reelection — Mexico shuts down Canada's aluminum issue in USMCA


Islamic Jihad strikes Netanyahu's soft spot a week before Israel's election   -21%

The last thing embattled Netanyahu needs is a violent conflict in Gaza. Paradoxically, hitting the Islamic Jihad's No. 2 in Syria is less sensitive than bombing the Strip


US Supreme Court denies Apple's bid to avoid paying $440 million damages in patent fight   20%


The United States Supreme Court on Monday dealt a blow to Apple in a decade-long legal battle over whether the iPhone maker infringed on another company's patents.


From petri dish to plate, Harvard researchers make lab-grown meat a reality  

“Everything I learned about building tissues for patients, you just flip the equations, and it's building meat.”


ComPost Live with Alexandra Petri (Feb. 18)   31%

Catch up on the transcript of Alexandra Petri's latest live chat.


Tottenham vs RB Leipzig: Player ratings from the Champions League as Spurs come up short   -15%


Tottenham 0-1 RB Leipzig: Timo Werner's penalty was the least the visitors deserved and Spurs now have it all to do when the second leg comes around in Germany


Steve Yzerman: 'Not my place' to tell Ilitch family to retire Sergei Fedorov's No. 91  


Steve Yzerman weighed in — sort of — on whether former teammate Sergei Fedorov's number should hang from the rafters next to his.

       


Michigan State basketball vs. Iowa: Scouting report, prediction   -13%


Michigan State basketball has an outside chance to win a share of the Big Ten title. But it must win out, starting with Tuesday's game against Iowa.

       


FBI official warns Russia wants to see US tear ourselves apart ahead of presidential election   -12%


A member of the FBI's Foreign Influence Task Force accused Russia of conducting brazen operations aimed at spreading disinformation


Manchester United vs Watford confirmed line-ups: Team news ahead of Premier League fixture today   80%


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team can go into fifth with a win, while the Hornets could escape the bottom three


'Doomsday' food vault in the Arctic to welcome one millionth crop seed variety   -12%


A vault in the Arctic built to preserve seeds for rice, wheat and other food staples will contain one million varieties with the addition on Tuesday of specimens grown by Cherokee Indians and the estate of Britain's Prince Charles.


UAE falcon hospital a window into Emirati tradition  

Eid al-Qobeissy's two birds perch majestically in the waiting room of Abu Dhabi's falcon hospital, awaiting a routine check-up ahead of their hunting trip to Azerbaijan.