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February 21, 2017 10:07 AM DC panda fans bam-boo-hoo as US-born cub leaves for China

The National Zoo in Washington is saying a final goodbye to its panda cub Bao Bao. The zoo is packing up the American-born panda for a one-way flight Tuesday to China, where the 3-year-old will eventually join a panda breeding program. Bao Bao is scheduled to leave the zoo Tuesday morning and fly from Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia 11

February 21, 2017 9:24 AM France's Le Pen refuses headscarf to meet Lebanon's mufti

France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has refused to go into a meeting with Lebanon's grand mufti after his aides asked her to wear a headscarf. Le Pen is on a three-day visit to Lebanon this week and has met senior officials. She was scheduled to meet Grand Sunni Muslim Mufti Sheikh Abdel-Latif Derian on Tuesday morning. Shortly after 12

February 21, 2017 5:47 AM From historic flub to cultural win, national media evaluate Cousins trade

When one of the NBA’s most polarizing players gets traded, it’s the sportswriter equivalent of Steph Curry unguarded at the 3-point line. So as news broke of Kings All-Star DeMarcus Cousins being traded to the New Orleans Pelicans for Buddy Hield, Tyreke Evans, Langston Galloway and draft picks on Sunday, those who cover the league hurried to make sense 12

February 20, 2017 11:56 PM St. Paul Jewish Community Center reopened after bomb threat

No bombs found, but it's the second threat at a JCC in as many months. The St. Paul Jewish Community Center in Highland Park has reopened after being evacuated Monday morning after a bomb threat, police said. By 12:21 p.m., a St. Paul police spokesman said on Twitter that police did not find any bombs or "dangerous devices" at the center and people were allowed 19

February 20, 2017 9:13 PM Great Westcott! Sign misspells street name

A rebuild of traffic signals at Westcott and Memorial led to a little more change than drivers probably expected, after crews hung a sign that misspelled the street’s name. Rather than reading “Westcott,” as the road is named, the new sign said “Westscott.” A Reddit user posted a photo late Sunday, noting the mistake had been hanging around for weeks 11

February 20, 2017 8:37 PM Free Speech Has a Milo Problem

Conservatives deserve a better poster boy for their right to free expression. To understand the core of the free-speech challenge in this country, consider the case of a hypothetical young woman named Sarah. In college, Sarah is a conservative activist. She’s pro-life, supports traditional marriage, and belongs to a Christian student club. Her free speech 14

February 20, 2017 7:15 PM One officer dead, another injured in shootout after report of traffic collision in Whittier

One officer was killed and a second injured in a shootout with a suspected gang member Monday morning in Whittier, authorities said. The officers were responding to a report of a traffic collision near Colima Road and Mar Vista Street about 8 a.m when the shooting occurred, said Lt. Steve Dean of the Whittier Police Department. The three injured were were taken 14

February 20, 2017 7:01 PM Mike Pence, Mosul, Jim Mattis: Your Morning Briefing

Iraq’s fight against the Islamic State, aided by about 5,000 American troops, intensified with the start of a major operation to liberate the western side of Mosul. Russia denied any knowledge of a peace plan for Ukraine secretly put forward by two Trump associates and a Ukrainian lawmaker. It was delivered to the office Michael Flynn, Mr. Trump’s first 12

February 20, 2017 5:39 PM Severe storm leaves nearly 40,000 without power in San Antonio

A severe storm ripped through parts of San Antonio, Texas, early Monday morning, causing significant damages in the area and leaving nearly 40,000 residents without power. More than 100 structures were damaged in the city's Northside, San Antonio Fire Department officials told ABC News on Monday. Residential homes accounted for most of the destruction 11

February 20, 2017 4:07 PM 'I'm honored': Janelle Monae on playing NASA's first black woman engineer in 'Hidden Figures'

Actress Janelle Monae is appearing in two best picture Oscar nominees, including the biographical drama "Hidden Figures." Monae stopped by "Good Morning America" to share what it means portraying Mary Jackson, the first black woman to be an engineer at NASA in the 1950s. For her to become a NASA engineer, Jackson, who died in 2005, needed to take classes 10