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4 things to know before the bell


Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

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El Chapo's sentencing today may be the last time the public ever sees him


When Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, it could be the last time the public -- and even some members of his family -- ever see him in person.

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A man killed his girlfriend and then shared photos of her dead body on a gaming platform, police say


A recent high school graduate -- who cultivated an online following, particularly among gamers, by posting selfies -- was killed over the weekend

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WNBA suspends player after domestic violence allegation


The WNBA suspended a Los Angeles Sparks player without pay on Tuesday because of a domestic violence allegation stemming from an incident in December, the league said.

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Former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo was arrested in California on extradition orders


Former Peruvian president Alejandro Toledo was arrested Tuesday in California, the Peruvian Attorney General said on Twitter.

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NFL player accused of knocking out woman


The New York Giants have suspended safety Kamrin Moore after he was charged with aggravated assault following an incident in which a woman alleged he stepped on her neck before knocking her unconscious.

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Nestle introduces a new kind of chocolate


Nestle has introduced a new chocolate bar without added sugar, as the company tries to stay ahead of changing consumer tastes and trends.

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Former GOP Rep. Mark Sanford eyeing challenge to Trump in 2020


Former South Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Sanford, who lost his primary race last year after voicing criticism of President Donald Trump, says he is considering mounting a challenge to the President in 2020.

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Bye-kea: Company is closing its one US factory


Ikea is shutting down its only furniture factory in the United States.

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CNN Poll: Biden, Sanders and Warren top the 2020 Democratic field in New Hampshire


Former Vice President Joe Biden, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders sit atop the field of Democratic presidential contenders among likely primary voters in New Hampshire, according to a new CNN poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire.

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George Conway calls Trump a 'racist president' after his attacks on progressive congresswomen


George Conway, husband of top White House aide Kellyanne Conway, called President Donald Trump "a racist president" after remarks the President made attacking progressive Democratic congresswomen of color.

Here are the 4 congresswomen known as 'The Squad' targeted by Trump's racist tweets


Well before President Donald Trump launched a racist attack against four first-term, progressive Democratic congresswomen, "The Squad," as they've come to be known on Capitol Hill, had carved an outsized profile for themselves due to their willingness to take on the Washington establishment.

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Happy 61st birthday, IHOP. Here's how the chain still rakes in billions


IHOP celebrates its 61st birthday Tuesday, capping off a momentous year that introduced a fake name change and a new menu item.

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House Oversight plans vote to hold Kellyanne Conway in contempt unless she testifies


The chairman of the House Oversight Committee on Monday said the panel will vote to hold White House counselor Kellyanne Conway in contempt of Congress later this month unless she agrees to appear to testify in a hearing.

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Here are the 4 congresswomen in 'The Squad'


Four first-term, progressive Democratic congresswomen -- known as "The Squad" on Capitol Hill — were the target of racist tweets from President Donald Trump this weekend.

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Why some Amazon workers are going on strike on Prime Day


At a time of rising activism among workers, some Amazon employees are using Prime Day to protest their pay, working conditions and a range of other issues.

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Biden proposes massive new Obamacare subsidies, public option in health care plan


Joe Biden is proposing massive new subsidies to make health coverage through Obamacare's exchanges cheaper -- as well as a new "public option" that would allow people to buy into a program his campaign says would be similar to Medicare.

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Pelosi says House will take up resolution following Trump's 'xenophobic tweets'


House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday said that Republican lawmakers "must join" Democrats in "condemning the President's xenophobic tweets" and urged Democrats to support a resolution put forward by House Democratic lawmakers.

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A sunken barge might have saved these Louisiana towns from major flooding


While officials worked to restore power and remove fallen trees in Assumption Parish on Sunday, one hazard was notably absent in its towns as a major storm pushed north: flooding.

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Trial for Michael Flynn's ex-lobbying partner starts with a focus on 2016 meeting, op-ed


Prosecutors and defense attorneys spent the first day of the trial for retired Gen. Michael Flynn's ex-lobbying partner focused on a September 2016 meeting Flynn and others had with Turkish officials and an opinion piece Flynn published online on election day 2016.

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