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February 20, 2018

Shibutanis take bronze in 2018 Winter Olympics ice dancing, Canadians top French for gold
On Wednesday, the final figure skating event begins, the women's individual. The USA has three entries: Mirai Nagasu, Bradie Tennell and Karen Chen.         ... More >>

What you need to know about the FBI tip-line that failed in the Florida shooting
The busy call center had been operating in near-anonymity – until the Florida school shooting.         ... More >>

American ice dance duo Madison Chock and Evan Bates suffer shocking fall in long program
Americans Madison Chock and Evan Bates finished ninth after disaster struck during the routine of the 2015 U.S. national champions.         ... More >>

French ice dance team rebounds from wardrobe malfunction to earn silver medal
Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France turned in a spectacular performance that was made all the more meaningful by what preceded it.         ... More >>

History experts in New York Times op-ed: Trump worst president ever, Obama in top 10
Trump is America's worst president, says an opinion piece that's based on a survey of the American Political Science Association’s Presidents and Executive Politics section.         ... More >>

Katherine Heigl shows off her 14-month post-baby weight loss journey
Heigl shows photo proof of her progress, getting back to shape after giving birth to her son Joshua in Dec. 2016.         ... More >>

2018 Winter Olympics: U.S. men's hockey team downs Slovakia to earn spot in quarterfinals
The Americans found the scoring touch at last in a 5-1 victory and will face the Czech Republic on Wednesday.         ... More >>

TV meteorologist no longer at station; minors say he solicited them
Frank Scaglione, who apparently deleted his social media accounts Sunday, had been with the Des Moines television station since he was 17.         ... More >>

Blac Chyna will ask police to investigate leaked sex tape: 'This is a criminal matter'
Rob Kardashian's ex will ask police to investigate Monday's online leak of a sex tape.         ... More >>

Samsung's Galaxy S9 is coming: Here's what the rumors say it will be
The design won't be different, but there still promises to be plenty of changes.         ... More >>

Sick of school shootings, these Iowa moms took action to make their kids' classrooms safe
The school massacre in Florida triggered this grassroots fundraiser for safer classrooms in rural Iowa.         ... More >>

Florida school shooting: Judge orders social service records for Nikolas Cruz released
A judge ordered the release of state investigation into allegations of abuse and neglect in the home of Nikolas Cruz, accused of killing 17 people.         ... More >>

Students, free speech advocates outraged over policy that would censor yearbooks
The new regulation, which is wrapped in a larger policy regarding club sports in the district, would bar student-run yearbooks from publishing the photos of club athletes.         ... More >>

Florida school shooting: Parkland classes may resume 2 weeks after tragedy
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School aims to reopen less than 2 weeks after shooting that left 17 dead.         ... More >>

Lindsey Vonn hoping for 'medical miracles' in 2018 Winter Olympics medals quest
Lindsey Vonn is considered a favorite in Wednesday's downhill skiing event.         ... More >>

Shibutani siblings use different kind of passion to win Olympic ice dancing bronze medal
The ice dancers won bronze despite what their coach Marina Zoueva described as the inherent disadvantage of being brother and sister.         ... More >>

Ex-NHL player Slava Voynov competing for OAR despite domestic abuse issues
Slava Voynov, still suspended from the NHL and on probation for abusing his wife, plays in the KHL and is welcomed at the Winter Olympics.         ... More >>

What Americans are asking Google about guns
Here's what a look at Google Trends reveals about what Americans want to know about guns and gun control.         ... More >>

Florida school shooting victims honored across state
More than 20 vigils for the victims of the Parkland school shooting happened simultaneously Monday night at schools, churches and in parks across Florida.         ... More >>

Fergie says 'tried my best' after national anthem blowback
Fergie is apologizing after trying something different with the national anthem at the NBA All-Star Game.         ... More >>

Cavs, Warriors ready to chase in NBA's sprint to the finish
Cavs, Warriors ready to chase in NBA's sprint to the finish         ... More >>

School shootings are not the new normal, despite statistics that stretch the truth
If you think that our schools are under siege like never before, take a statistical trip back in time.         ... More >>

Bill Maher and Jimmy Kimmel talk Stormy, Russia and Mueller in Best of Late Night
Get the latest on White House scandals, then vote for your favorite weekend moment.         ... More >>

Column: NASCAR's youth movement may be good for business
Column: Daytona shows that NASCAR's youth movement may be good for business         ... More >>

Trump blames Obama — again — for not doing enough about Russian meddling
The attack on Obama was the latest in a series of tweets reacting to a grand jury indictment against Russian nationals accused of election interference.         ... More >>

News & views: It's time to leave Jennifer Aniston alone
News & views: With Aniston's separation from Justin Theroux, the "Poor Jen" trope is back. Here's why that's a bad thing.         ... More >>

Are boys 'broken'? Another mass shooting renews debate on toxic masculinity
Stereotypical or "toxic" masculinity is "not just outwardly destructive but also inwardly destructive," experts say.         ... More >>

Donald Trump Jr.'s trip to India could mix business and U.S. foreign policy
The president's son will be a keynote speaker at the end of the week with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other government officials.         ... More >>

Iceland could become first country to ban male circumcision
Iceland debates a bill to impose a six-year sentence on anyone who "removes part or all of (a child's) sexual organs" for non-medical reasons.         ... More >>

London Fashion Week 2018: See all the runway looks
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February political cartoons from the USA TODAY Network
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The most unusual baby names, from Stormi to Apple
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Must-see images from Friday at the Winter Olympics
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Widely anticipated 'Black Panther' movie
Widely anticipated 'Black Panther' movie         ... More >>

KFC is suffering from a chicken shortage in the U.K. Yes, you read that right.
KFC is engulfed in a crisis in the U.K., where about two-thirds of its restaurants are temporarily closed amid delivery challenges.         ... More >>

Muhammad Ali lost everything in opposing the Vietnam War. But in 1968, he triumphed
Muhammad Ali's refusal to be drafted during the Vietnam War made 1968, his first full year of exile from boxing, both humbling and empowering.         ... More >>

Father of ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis says wardrobe malfunction 'won't knock her down'
Emmanuel Papadakis is proud of his daughter, Gabriella Papadakis, who continued to skate after her outfit popped open during a routine at Olympics.         ... More >>

Wild, weird weather on the way: Record cold West, record warm East, flooding in the center
Wild, weird weather is coming to the U.S. this week, with record cold in the West, record warmth in the East, and a threat of heavy, flooding rain in the central U.S.         ... More >>

Dramatic Shadows and Light At Winter Olympics
At the Pyeongchang Olympics, most days are very cold and very bright. Associated Press photographers in Pyeongchang are catching some stunning images as they focus on shadows and light. (Feb. 20)         ... More >>

American triumph and disappointment in Olympic ice dance
Ecstasy, heartbreak and a crash for Americans in Olympic ice dance         ... More >>

Fights of the NHL 2017-18 season
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Virtue, Moir win ice dance for 3rd career Olympic gold medal
Canadian stars Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won the gold medal in ice dancing at the Pyeongchang Games on Tuesday, becoming the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history with a dazzling, dramatic free skate set to the music of "Moulin Rouge."         ... More >>


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