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  1. Politicized, Weak, Woke And Afraid Of Literally Everything, Gen Z Is A Failed Crop…
  2. Australian Open: Daniil Medvedev beats Stefanos Tsitsipas to reach final
  3. The Root: Republican Party Now A Terror Cell…
  4. Watch: Man Beaten In Broad Daylight With A Pipe In NYC…
  5. Algeria frees first activists after presidential pardons
  6. House Puts Fourth Bill To Prevent “Twice Impeached Presidents” From Being Buried In Arlington National Cemetery…
  7. Princess Latifa 'being cared for at home' - Dubai royal family
  8. Self-assessment taxpayers given more time to avoid 5% late payment penalty
  9. A BILLION HERE, A BILLION THERE, AND PRETTY SOON, YOU’RE TALKING REAL MONEY: New ‘COVID’ Legislation Contains $300 Billion in Unrelated Spending, Budget Watchdog Warns.
  10. EXTENDED LOCKDOWNS ARE SUCH A BAD IDEA EVEN THE W.H.O. HAS DENOUNCED THEM: Philadelphia study links COVID-19 lockdowns, gun violence spike.
  11. Turkey Hires US Lobbying Firm to Return to F-35 Jet Program
  12. UN Rights Watchdog Raises Concerns About Dubai Princess
  13. High Court urged to overturn PM's decision to stand by Priti Patel
  14. Algeria releases pro-democracy protesters as president calls fresh elections
  15. Bo Snerdley Pays Tribute to Rush Limbaugh
  16. Spain: Rapper’s jailing, riots lead to rift within government
  17. Lawyer: Ivanyushchenko has nothing to do with money confiscated in Latvia
  18. U.S. officially rejoins Paris climate agreement – media
  19. Iran will reverse nuclear actions when US lifts sanctions - Zarif
  20. Lincoln Project Resists Calls to Disband
  21. Here’s How the U.S. Navy Could Use Drones to Kill Submarines
  22. Record Breaking Cold Temps Strip Texans of Heat and Water
  23. U.S., European Allies Stress Iran Must Not Get Nuclear Weapons
  24. Facebook, Google, and Twitter CEOs to Appear Before Congress Again in March
  25. Oliver L. North: Talent on Loan From God…
  26. 179 Democrats Currently Support a $12 Million Slavery Reparations Commission
  27. Biden Admin Says They’re Ready for Negotiations With Iran
  28. Judge Rules Citibank Isn’t Entitled to $500 Million It Wired by Mistake
  29. Danish man imprisoned for four months for coughing on policeman and shouting "corona"
  30. Sweden-based podcast host and ad network Acast says it is acquiring RadioPublic; RadioPublic's podcast app will remain live and its team will stay in the US (Ashley Carman/The Verge)
  31. New Honda president set to focus on growth through ecological models
  32. Rocks: Drama starring schoolgirls wins British Independent Film Awards
  33. Kyiv mayor reports over 540 new COVID-19 cases, seven fatalities
  34. Mars landing: Excitement builds over new images from Nasa Perseverance rover
  35. Tsikhanouskaya Says Belarusian Regime Telling Media: 'You're Either With Us, Or In Jail'
  36. Turkey hires US lobbying firm to return to F-35 jet program
  37. JCPOA important achievement for multilateral diplomacy
  38. Myanmar female protester dies as military crackdown hardens
  39. Biodegradable plastic may not degrade as quickly as expected
  40. Switzerland sets out exit strategy for easing coronavirus restrictions
  41. Deputy PM Reznikov warns about Russia's POW swap attempt bypassing Minsk process
  42. Number of COVID-19 cases confirmed worldwide exceeds 110.3 mln
  43. US rescinds Trump claim that UN sanctions reimposed on Iran
  44. University watchdog faces 'impartiality' questions
  45. Aggressors using blockade as weapon against Yemen: envoy
  46. US and Israel announce work on new Arrow 4 air defense system amid Iran tensions
  47. Spain arrests 80 in three nights of riots over rapper’s jailing
  48. Pink balls, help for Root, and Stokes v Ashwin - how England can bounce back in India
  49. Hryvnia gets stronger against U.S. dollar on Feb 19
  50. Technocracy is back in Italy – but with a different agenda