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Sanders, powered by a diverse liberal coalition, forces a reckoning for Democrats

With his emphatic victory in the Nevada caucuses, Sen. Bernie Sanders has edged closer to a takeover of the party, prompting a season of open hostility.
The next Democratic debate is scheduled for Tuesday in Charleston, S.C., ahead of the Feb. 29 primary.
It’s scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET and is co-hosted by CBS News and the Congressional Black Caucus Institute.

The anti-Greta: A conservative think tank takes on the global phenomenon

German teen Naomi Seibt is the newest face of the Heartland Institute’s effort to promote what it calls “global warming realism.”

At a Greek refugee camp, migrants wait in bread lines. Nearby, grilled octopus is on the menu.

The food situation at Europe’s largest migrant camp reflects the continent’s political gridlock.
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who sentenced Stone last week to 40 months in prison, said his claims of bias were baseless.
The worldwide organization he founded for people with disabilities has completed an investigation into his inappropriate relationships, less than a year after his death.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline has been halted for more than a year because of revoked permits.
But critics say the revision is all about keeping Vladimir Putin in control.
The trial of the WikiLeaks founder begins Monday in Britain. U.S. prosecutors have accused Assange of violating the Espionage Act.
Carol Kiparsky, 77, and Ian Irwin, 72, drank from a puddle to survive.
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‘Mad’ Mike Hughes, who wanted to prove the flat-Earth theory, dies in homemade-rocket disaster

Hughes was perhaps the most visible advocate of the theory that Earth isn’t a sapphire-and-emerald globe revolving around a massive star.
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A hard fall unmasked an unusual condition that caused her pain for years

After tripping over a dog and falling, she received an X-ray that raised the possibility of cancer. But the intractable pain had gotten better.
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The turbulence of the Astros’ scandal calls for a steady hand. Enter Dusty Baker.

Seeking one more shot at a World Series championship, the manager brings desperately needed integrity and authority.
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