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Super Bowl LIV’s offensive-minded quarterbacks could lead to interception bonanza, historic marks

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Joe Montana #16, Quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers prepares to throw a pass during the National Football Conference East game against the New York Giants on 11 September 1988 at the Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey, United States. The 49ers won the game 20 – 17.

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Trump Senate impeachment live blog: Lawmakers debate ground rules

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Senators on Tuesday will debate the ground rules for President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial.

Proceedings are expected to begin at 1 p.m. ET.

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Trump Senate impeachment live blog: Lawmakers debate ground rules

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Senators on Tuesday will debate the ground rules for President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial.

Proceedings are expected to begin at 1 p.m. ET.

Follow below on Fox News’ live blog. Mobile users click here.

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Skeletal remains found in California national park are those of Canadian hiker who went missing in 2018, officials say

Park officials in California confirmed last week that remains found in Joshua Tree National Park last month belong to a Canadian man who disappeared while on a hiking trip with his wife in July 2018.

Police officers with the park reported the discovery of “human skeletal remains” and personal belongings in the 49 Palms Canyon area on Dec. 20. The San Bernardino County coroner has since confirmed the remains belong to 51-year-old Ontario resident, Paul Miller.

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Paul Miller, 51, disappeared on July 13, 2018. (GoFundMe)

Miller disappeared July 13, 2018, last seen on the 49 Palms Oasis Trail, officials said in a news release. The cause of death was not immediately clear.

Miller’s wife, Stephanie, said at the time he told her he was going for one more hike in the park before they returned to Ontario, according to a USA Today report. When he didn’t come back to their hotel, she reported him missing.

The search for Miller was downgraded days later after there was no sign of him, but his family never stopped looking.

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The family told CTV News that they have returned multiple times to the park to search for Miller. When the coroner’s office confirmed that his remains were discovered, they realized they had been looking just 15 feet from where he died.

“It’s bittersweet. It’s almost like I lost him twice. Back in July and then now,” Stephanie Miller told the outlet.

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Measles patient in Los Angeles possibly exposed others to disease, health officials say

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A person with measles may have exposed others to the disease after traveling to multiple locations in Los Angeles, Calif., while infectious, health officials said.

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In a statement over the weekend, the Los Angeles County of Public Health said the infected person arrived at Los Angeles International Airport on Jan. 12. He or she then visited the following locations on the following days:

  • 1/12/2020: LAX international terminal and baggage claim from 1:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • 1/13/2020: CVS Pharmacy, 11941 San Vincente Blvd., LA 90049, 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
  • 1/18/2020: CVS Pharmacy, 11941 San Vincente Blvd., LA 90049, 8:45 a.m. -11:00 a.m.

“Unvaccinated persons or those with unknown vaccination status who were at these sites during the dates and times at any of the above locations are at risk of developing measles from 7 to 21 days after being exposed,” health officials said in the news release, noting people who are symptom-free after 21 days are no longer at risk.

Measles is a highly contagious virus that spreads through the air after an infected person coughs or sneezes. Others can contract measles when they breathe the contaminated air or touch a contaminated surface, and then touch their eyes, nose or mouth.

“Infected people can spread measles to others from four days before through four days after the rash appears,” says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The MMR vaccine can protect both individuals and other people from contracting the virus. Young children are typically most at risk of contracting measles. The CDC recommends children get two doses of the MMR vaccination, but the first dose is typically given to children when they are between 12 and 15 months old, with the second occurring between ages 4 and 6.

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At least 20 Los Angeles residents were infected with measles in 2019, according to health officials.

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Chicago man dies nearly decade after suffering wounds in shooting; coroner rules death homicide

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A Chicago man’s death has been ruled a homicide after he died last week of complications from multiple gunshot wounds he suffered in a shooting nearly a decade ago, officials said.

Marco Rainge, 41, was shot multiple times around 10 a.m. in October 2010, in the West Humboldt Park neighborhood, local newspapers reported, citing the Cook County medical examiner’s office.

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Police records said no arrests were ever made in the shooting, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Rainge was in critical condition following the shooting, suffering gunshot wounds to his arm, chest and hip, but had been uncooperative with investigators on the case, ABC News reported.

He died Jan. 14 due to complications from those injuries, the medical examiner’s office said following an autopsy conducted Sunday. Police reclassified the shooting case as a homicide on Monday, the outlet reported.

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It is not uncommon to rule such deaths a homicide, according to health officials.

Dr. Reinhard Motte, a now-retired assistant medical examiner for Palm Beach County, Fla., told health news website Stat in 2017 that he sees one or two such cases a year.

Motte and forensic supervisor Richard Long told the outlet that forensic investigators must connect the dots from a gunshot wound to how the person died.

According to Motte and Long, the death of a 77-year-old paraplegic man who died of sepsis was ruled a homicide after investigators learned his paraplegia, which left him susceptible to the infection, stemmed from a gunshot wound decades earlier.

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As of Monday, police had made no arrests or named any suspects in the Rainge case, according to reports.

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Supreme Court refuses to hear expedited ObamaCare appeal

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a motion from a coalition of Democrat-led states asking the justices to speed up the review of a federal appeals court decision that put the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in doubt.

That means the case – which pits a group of blue states led by California, as well as the House of Representatives, against Texas and 18 other GOP-led states’ effort to strike down the ACA – is unlikely to be heard by the Supreme Court this term.

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals last month ruled that the individual mandate, a key funding mechanism for the law, was unconstitutional now that Congress eliminated a financial penalty for not having health insurance — making it impossible to say the individual mandate is a tax. It sent the case to a lower court, asking it to rule on whether the rest of the ACA, also known as ObamaCare, could stand without the individual mandate.

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“The individual mandate is unconstitutional because it can no longer be read as a tax, and there is no other constitutional provision that justifies this exercise of congressional power,” the ruling said. “On the severability question, we remand to the district court to provide additional analysis of the provisions of the ACA as they currently exist.”

The coalition led by California and its Attorney General Xavier Becerra was trying to get the Supreme Court to circumvent the lower courts and rule on the case directly – and immediately – because “the lower courts’ actions have created uncertainty about the future of the entire Affordable Care Act, and that uncertainty threatens adverse consequences on our Nation’s healthcare system, including for patients, doctors, insurers, and state and local governments.”

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Tuesday’s ruling was simply on the motion for expedited consideration of the petition, not on the petition itself, which means the Supreme Court could still hear the case as the blue states are asking it to. It just means that if the court agrees to hear the case, it most likely won’t be until October at the earliest.

In the meantime, the case will continue in district court, with that court’s ruling almost certainly being appealed by the party that loses. It is unclear, however, when or whether the Supreme Court will decide to hear this case and rule on the ACA’s constitutionality.

Fox News’ Morgan Phillips contributed to this report. 

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Bizarre Polaris Slingshot three-wheeler updated with new engine for 2020

The Polaris Slingshot is one of the strangest (looking) automotive success stories in recent years.

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The powersports company has sold over 40,000 of the three-wheel “autocycles” since it first shocked the market with its dramatic styling in 2015. The oddball auto becoming a favorite of celebrities and superstar athletes, despite being priced like an economy car.

It’s done so well that Polaris has given it a major update for 2020 that includes an all-new engine and the addition of an automatic transmission option to help broaden its appeal.

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The new ProStar 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine was designed in house and replaces the GM-sourced 2.4-liter four-cylinder that was previously used. The new motor cranks out 186 hp as it screams to a sky-high 8,500 rpm redline, up from the GM engine’s more pedestrian 6,200 rpm. A high-performance Slingshot R model increases the output to 203 hp.

All of it goes to the single rear wheel through either a five-speed manual transmission, or one equipped with an automated hydraulically-actuated clutch that’s operated by pushbutton controls on the center console. Polaris says the Slingshot can accelerate to 60 mph in under five seconds.

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The new Slingshot also gets a standard keyless ignition and an updated passenger compartment with additional padding and storage that retains its water-resistant design and drain plugs in the floor. Exterior changes are mostly limited to new lighting and colors, but a new selection of accessories allows for an extensive variety of personalization options.

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The 2020 Slingshot starts at $26,499 and is set to hit dealers this Spring, while the outgoing model is still available for a starting price of $20,999. Regulations on its operation differ from state to state, with various licensing and helmet rules.

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Woman who photographed romantic proposal finds mystery couple after putting Internet on the case

A woman in the U.K. has identified the mystery couple whose engagement she photographed during a stroll with her family last week.

Charlene-Louise Johnstone first shared the photo to Facebook on Jan. 18, telling her followers that she spotted the then-unidentified couple at Cleave Hill in Gloucestershire earlier that day.

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The woman captured the couple’s special moment while she was out for a walk with her family. (SWNS)

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“Didn’t fancy running up to them and giving them the photo and intruding in their moment… so if anyone wants to help share see if we can find them as I’m sure they’d like the photo,” Johnstone wrote in the post, which soon went viral with over 17,000 shares to date.

“They were hugging and were emotional. She was wiping away tears and I’m pretty sure it was a ‘yes,’” she added, per SWNS.

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The story soon took off, with some commenters offering to share the photo on their own social media accounts. And within days, the mystery lovebirds became aware of Johnstone’s picture.

On Monday, Johnstone explained in a follow-up post that the couple reached out after learning of her efforts — and they were absolutely delighted at the response their photo had generated.

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“Just want to say a huge congratulations to this lovely couple on their engagement,” Johnstone posted to Facebook on Monday, along with a photo submitted to her by the bride- and groom-to-be.

They also told Johnstone that they preferred to remain anonymous for the time-being, but confirmed they were “over the moon with the photo I took, the reaction and all the lovely comments received,” she wrote.

“Love a happy ending,” Johnstone added.

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Johnstone’s story also brings to mind a similar search effort that was launched in October 2018, after a photographer captured a stunning engagement on a far-off peak at Yosemite and enlisted the Internet’s help in identifying the couple.

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Predators most likely to be lost when habitats are converted for human use, study claims

Predators, especially small invertebrates like spiders, are more likely to be decimated when natural habitats get converted for human use, a new global study claims.

The first of its kind study looked at over one million records of animal abundance at sites that included primary forests, managed farmland and cities. The data represents over 25,000 species across 80 countries.

“Normally when we think of predators, we think of big animals, like lions or tigers. These large predators did not decline as much as we expected with habitat loss, which we think may be because they have already declined because of human actions in the past (such as hunting),” Tim Newbold, at UCL (University College London) and lead author of the research, said in a press statement. “We find small predators – such as spiders and ladybirds – to show the biggest declines.”

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A Malaysian spider, one of the small predators found in the study to be most affected by habitat loss. (Tim Newbold_ (Tim Newbold)

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According to researchers, the results show that humans are having a major impact on the world’s ecosystems, with disproportionate losses happening at the top of the food chain. Scientists hope that gaining a stronger understanding of how land-use impacts different species could help us figure out more about these ecosystems.

“Human land use has caused substantial declines in global species richness. Evidence from different taxonomic groups and geographic regions suggests that land use does not equally impact all organisms within terrestrial ecological communities, and that different functional groups of species may respond differently,” the scientists write in the paper’s abstract.

“We know that different types of animals play important roles in the environment — for example, predators control populations of other animals,” Newbold explained. “If some types of animals decline a lot when we lose natural habitats, then they will no longer fulfill these important roles.”

Their work was published on Monday in the British Ecological Society journal Functional Ecology.

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