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US men’s soccer team cancels Qatar training camp after Soleimani death

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The U.S. men’s soccer team announced Friday that it had canceled plans to train in Qatar later this month following the death of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in an American drone strike.

“Due to the developing situation in the region, U.S. Soccer has decided to postpone traveling to Qatar for the Men’s National Team scheduled January training camp,” the U.S. Soccer Federation said in a statement. “In the meantime, we are working on alternative arraignments in preparation for the match against Costa Rica on February 1 at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, Calif.”

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“We are working with the Qatar Football Association to find an opportunity in the near future for our team to experience Qatar’s world-class facilities and hospitality,” the statement concluded. Qatar is hosting the 2022 World Cup, and the U.S. will begin playing qualifying matches for that tournament later this year.

Tensions remain high at home and abroad after President Trump ordered a drone strike on Soleimani, who was the head of Iran’s elite Quds Force. Trump defended his actions Friday and claimed America is a safer place following Soleimani’s demise.

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“Qassem Soleimani masterminded Iran’s reign of terror for decades, including the deaths of hundreds of Americans,” he said.

“Tonight, he got what he richly deserved, and all those American soldiers who died by his hand also got what they deserved: justice. America is safer now after Soleimani’s demise.”

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Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George appear in rare, new portrait

The royal family is ringing in the new decade with a rare portrait featuring Queen Elizabeth and three heirs.

The portrait, taken by Ranald Mackechnie and released on Friday, shows the British monarch along with Prince George, 6, Prince William, 37, and Prince Charles, 71, in the Throne Room of Buckingham Palace.

According to People magazine, it was taken just before the Queen’s annual Christmas luncheon on Dec. 18.

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A statement from the royal family’s official social media accounts, which shared the image, read: “To mark the start of a new decade, a portrait has been released of Her Majesty The Queen and Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge and Prince George. The portrait was taken by Ranald Mackechnie in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace.”

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This is the second time a portrait featuring the Queen and the next three in line to the throne has been published.

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In this file handout photo provided by Buckingham Palace and released in 2016, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George pose for a photo to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday, in the White Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace, London.  (Ranald Mackechnie/Buckingham Palace via AP)

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The first portrait was released in April 2016. It marked the Queen’s 90th birthday.

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Sen. James Risch on Soleimani kill: Trump ‘did what he had to do’

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Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman James Risch, R-Idaho, defended President Trump’s decision to order the drone strike that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.

The Story” host Martha MacCallum reported that shortly before Risch joined the program, an Iraqi official claimed five people were killed in a new airstrike that targeted vehicles carrying members of an Iranian-backed militia. She asked Risch if he had been briefed on the report and if he had any information for the public.

Risch said he did have information about the latest reported airstrike, but added that he would wait to share it with the American people until it is declassified or released in a formal statement.

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“The actual attack took place about an hour and 45 minutes ago,” he said, “But, look, the president acted on very specific information that he had that came from the intelligence agencies. That information was rock-solid.”

Risch said Trump is not customarily inclined to take offensive action or risk military escalation, but that he “had to do what he had to do” when he ordered Thursday’s deadly drone strike on Soleimani at the Baghdad International Airport.

“This president hates doing this sort of thing. He doesn’t like doing kinetic attacks,” he said. “We hope that the Iranians will step back, take a breath, and understand they have been escalating this for a long time.”

Risch said that if Trump took no action Thursday and Soleimani orchestrated new attacks, Democrats and critics would bash the president for not taking out the Iranian officer.

He added that he is certain America is safer thanks to the airstrike against Soleimani and that critics in the media are simply spreading “vitriol” against the president as they routinely do.

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In that regard, MacCallum played a clip of author and liberal journalist Jonathan Alter, who said on MSNBC that Soleimani “deserved” to be droned, but that it was an example of the “right decision, wrong commander-in-chief.”

“The hate and the vitriol amongst most of the Democrats and, for that matter, some — not all — of the national media, there is no bounds to this,” Risch said in response, going on to call some of Trump’s critics “deranged,” and claiming they will never give him credit for any action.

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Heidi Klum opens up about ‘amazing’ return to ‘AGT: The Champions’: ‘The whole audience chanted my name’

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Heidi Klum made her return to “America’s Got Talent” in a huge way.

The model spoke with Entertainment Tonight ahead of the premiere of the upcoming “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” season and raved about making her return to the franchise after leaving the program in 2018.

“It feels so good to be back and everyone has been so amazing,” Klum said of returning to the judge’s table. “You know, there were welcome signs everywhere, the whole audience was chanting my name. I was like, ‘Oh my God.’ I was going beet red.”

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“It was just really sweet,” she continued. “I didn’t expect it for everyone to be this welcoming.”

Klum said she couldn’t contain herself when one performer left her “mind blown,” prompting the 46-year-old to press her coveted golden buzzer – though she wouldn’t spill the beans on which contestant it was for.

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“I’m like, ‘How come this person is not a star already that we have not heard of this person yet again?'” she recalled. “I’m actually so honored and proud that I got to push my buzzer for this person and hopefully help them launch it or go to the next step.

“I mean fingers and toes crossed that my golden buzzer is gonna win this thing,” Klum added, noting: “I know I’ve said it before, but this time mark my words – this is it.”

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Klum’s return to “AGT: The Champions” will mark a reunion with Howie Mendel and Simon Cowell. She’ll also be joining Alesha Dixon, a newcomer to the American version of the show.

Dixon has served as a judge on the British iteration since 2012. She credited that experience for allowing her to get acclimated to the role “pretty quickly”

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“I’m kind of learning everyone’s personalities and character traits,” Dixon said. “They’re all super easy and the blend is nice, because you never know when you put a panel together like how the chemistry is gonna be.”

“America’s Got Talent: The Champions” makes its season two return on Jan. 6 on NBC.

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Tennessee Rep. Phil Roe announces retirement at end of term

Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn., on Friday announced he will retire at the end of his term, adding his name to the growing list of Republicans opting to not seek re-election ahead of the 2020 elections.

In a statement, Roe, 74, said “serving East Tennesseans these past 11 years has been the honor of my life.”

He said he would only serve five or six terms because he “never intended this job to be a second career.”

Roe, a physician for over 30 years and currently serving as the top-ranking Republican on the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, said his legislative goals in Congress were to increase access to health care, improve the electronic health records system and improve resources at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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In this 2018, file photo, House Veterans Affairs Chair Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn., speaks during a subcommittee hearing about the Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act on Capitol Hill in Washington. Roe on Friday announced that he will retire at the end of the 116th Congress. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)

“I’ll leave Congress at the end of the year knowing that our nation’s heroes are better served today because of our work,” he said. “I am still hopeful that, before the 116th Congress adjourns, we will pass important reforms that improve outreach to veterans in crisis to address the suicide epidemic.”

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He said he ran for Congress with the hope that his experience as a physician could positively influence health care policy. He opposed President Barack Obama’s signature legislative victory the Affordable Care Act.

“We have made great progress in reversing some of the most damaging effects of this law,” Roe said.

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“The challenges we are facing now are as complex as ever, and I still have a lot of fire in my belly,” he added. “I look forward to finishing my term strongly for the East Tennesseans that I love representing and working with President Trump in favor of the free-market, conservative policies so many of us hold dear.”

Roe joins fellow Tennessean Sen. Lamar Alexander, who is also retiring at the end of his term. Roe’s seat is in a GOP-leaning district. Names being floated to run include state Reps. David Hawk, Jeremy Faison and Timothy Hill and state Sen. Jon Lundberg.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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FLASHBACK: Charles Krauthammer compares Iran policy of Trump, Obama

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The late Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer spoke at length about White House policy toward Iran in recent years, often contrasting Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump.

On Friday, Trump accused Qassem Soleimani of planning “imminent and sinister attacks” following the airstrike that killed the general at Baghdad’s international airport.

Krauthammer, who died in June 2018, offered his view on both presidents’ Iran policy many times as a contributor to the All-Star Panel on “Special Report.”

Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier shared some of Krauthammer’s comments in a Facebook post earlier Friday.

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On the day Obama announced the Iran nuclear deal in July 2015, Krauthammer said Iran’s ideology has consistently been adversarial toward the United States and many of its allies.

“This regime — the Iranians and the Quds Force — dedicated in their ideology from day one to the expulsion of the influence of the United States, the dominance of American allies and the eradication of Israel, that’s the pillar of the worldview,” Krauthammer said that evening on “Special Report.”

He added that hopes that the Iran regime would ever be a meaningful ally to the U.S. were “delusional and dangerous.”

Earlier that year, Krauthammer had said that the Obama administration was “negotiating out of weakness and desperation.”

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“What [Obama] is telling the Iranians is, ‘I am exerting no leverage over you,'” he said.

Two days after a Christmas 2013 announcement by Tehran that it would increase uranium enrichment if U.S. sanctions were increased, Krauthammer said the regime’s declaration was a bold move by a nation unconcerned by the Obama administration.

“The Iranians are so confident about how supine Obama is on this that they stick a finger in his eye and announce it publicly,” he said.

In February 2017, Krauthammer spoke about Trump’s very different stance toward the Iranian regime, telling the panel that Trump was sending signals that the Obama style of foreign policy is no more.

“What the Trump administration is doing is saying those days are over,” he said. “We are not afraid of you doing something to the nuclear deal. We are going to respond point-by-point to the violations in terms of aggression in the region.”

Fox News’ Bret Baier, Ashley Koerber and Alex Pappas contributed to this report.

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Biden now denies he told Obama not to launch Bin Laden raid in 2011

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DUBUQUE, Iowa — Joe Biden is the only 2020 presidential candidate who was in the White House Situation Room as Navy SEALs descended on Usama bin Laden’s Pakistan compound in 2011.

But a critical detail in his story about that mission has changed in the last eight years.

During a brief exchange with Fox News on Friday, the former vice president was presented with a hypothetical situation similar to the one President Trump says he faced before ordering an airstrike to kill Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.

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“As commander in chief, if you were ever handed a piece of intelligence that said you could stop an imminent attack on Americans — but you have to use an airstrike to take out a terrorist leader — would you pull the trigger?” Fox News asked Biden.

“Well we did – the guy’s name was Usama bin Laden,” Biden replied.

“Didn’t you tell President Obama not to go after bin Laden that day?” Fox News followed up.

“No, I didn’t,” Biden said.

That’s not the story Biden told almost eight years ago during a retreat in Maryland for congressional Democrats, as he described a tense 2011 strategy session ahead of the raid.

“Mr. President, my suggestion is, don’t go — we have to do two more things to see if he’s there,” Biden had said in January 2012 of the strategy session.

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The Republican National Committee (RNC) hit back at Biden over Friday’s claim.

“This isn’t another instance of Joe Biden misspeaking, it’s an instance of Biden flat-out lying,” spokesman Steve Guest said.

At Friday’s event in Dubuque, Biden also argued that Thursday’s Trump-ordered airstrike targeting Soleimani crossed a dangerous line.

“No matter how rightly reviled he was in the West, he was a senior figure in the Iranian government,” Biden said.

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As tensions increase in the Middle East following Soleimani’s death, Biden expressed mixed feelings about President Trump’s decision to send several thousand American troops to the region.

“I don’t know and you don’t know what the hell he’s done,” Biden told Fox News. “We don’t know if he’s coordinated with our allies, we have no idea what commitments he’s made, we have no idea. I just hope he has a plan for second and third iterations of this — but it’s clear there’s going to have to be more folks there to protect the embassy, to protect American personnel in Iraq.”

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Michael Moore hits Trump over Qassem Solemani killing: American’s haven’t even heard of him!

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Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore slammed President Trump for his airstrike that led to the killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Solemani, suggesting that Americans have “never heard of him.”

Soleimani, the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ elite Quds Force, was described by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as being just as dangerous as ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who killed himself during a raid by U.S.-led forces in Syria this past October.

The “Fahrenheit 9/11” director, however, responded to the strike by addressing “fellow Americans.”

“Hello fellow Americans. Do you know this man? Did you know he was your enemy? What? Never heard of him?” Moore tweeted. “By the end of today you will be trained to hate him. You will be glad Trump had him assassinated. You will do as you are told. Get ready to send your sons & daughters off 2 war.”

Moore was criticized for the tweet on social media for being so dismissive of the Solemani killing.

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“You are so stupid. This man was a famous Terrorist and killed thousands of people – women and children,” Yahoo News journalist Tobias Huch reacted.

“A lot of people didn’t know about Osama Bin Laden until 9/11 either Mike,” New York Post reporter Jon Levine wrote.

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Moore isn’t the only celebrity to be outspoken on the airstrike. Actress Rose McGowan sent out her own series of tweets early Friday, attacking the United States and leaving some followers questioning her sanity.

“Dear #Iran, The USA has disrespected your country, your flag, your people. 52% of us humbly apologize. We want peace with your nation. We are being held hostage by a terrorist regime. We do not know how to escape. Please do not kill us. #Soleimani,” she wrote.

Fox News’ Frank Miles and Melissa Roberto contributed to this report. 

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Nobel Prize-winning scientist retracts paper, saying results were not ‘reproducible’

Frances Arnold, an American scientist and winner of the Nobel Prize in chemistry, retracted a paper published last year after admitting to faulty research.

Arnold’s paper on enzymatic synthesis of beta-lactams was published in May 2019 in the Science journal.

The award-winning scientist said in a series of tweets Thursday that the work had not been “reproducible” and that she had been “very busy” when the paper was submitted. Arnold added she “did not do my job well.”

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“For my first work-related tweet of 2020, I am totally bummed to announce that we have retracted last year’s paper on enzymatic synthesis of beta-lactams. The work has not been reproducible,” she posted.

“It is painful to admit, but important to do so. I apologize to all. I was a bit busy when this was submitted, and did not do my job well,” Arnold said in a follow-up tweet.

In a notice published to its website, the Science journal outlined why it was retracting the paper Arnold co-wrote with Inha Cho and Zhi-Jun Jia.

“After publication of the Report “Site-selective enzymatic C‒H amidation for synthesis of diverse lactams” (1), efforts to reproduce the work showed that the enzymes do not catalyze the reactions with the activities and selectivities claimed,” the statement read.

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“Careful examination of the first author’s lab notebook then revealed missing contemporaneous entries and raw data for key experiments. The authors are therefore retracting the paper.”

Many of the responses to Arnold’s tweets commended her for her honesty and transparency.

“Sometimes things appear to work, then they don’t. Science should be a process, not winner takes all whatever the cost,” wrote Professor Lee Cronin of the University of Glasgow in Scotland.

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Frances Arnold, a Nobel Prize laureate in chemistry, retracted a paper after admitting the research was not “reproducible.” (TT News Agency/Claudio Bresciani via REUTERS).

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“Seeing a Nobel laureate tweet about a paper retraction teaches how important it is for scientist to be honest about their data,” tweeted scientist Anmol Kilkarni.

Arnold works as a chemical engineer at the California Institute of Technology and won the Nobel Prize in chemistry with two other scientists for their work on the evolution of enzymes.

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Country singer Sam Hunt drops new single ‘Sinning with You’ following DUI arrest

Sam Hunt is back in the music saddle after his DUI arrest.

The country crooner, 35, released his new single “Sinning with You” on Friday. It’s his first piece of work since being arrested for driving under the influence on Nov. 21 – just one day before the song was initially supposed to debut.

On the record, Hunt seems to take a look in the mirror at himself as he sings about his relationship with religion and the manner in which he questions what it all means.

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“Raised in the first pew / Praises for Yeshua / Case of a small-town repression / Your body was baptized / So disenfranchised / I was your favorite confession,” Hunt sings on the track.

“My past was checkered, your spotless record was probably in jeopardy / Your place or my place, his grace and your grace, felt like the same thing to me.”

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Hunt also sings about his connection to religion as it pertains to love and sex – and in the chorus, challenges the teachings he had been taught in the past.

“I never felt like I was sinning with you,” he sings. “Always felt like I could talk to God in the morning / I knew that I would end up with you / Always felt like I could talk to God in the morning / If it’s so wrong why did it feel so right? / If it’s so wrong why’d it never feel like / Sinning with you? / Sinning with you.”

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Sam Hunt was arrested for DUI on Thursday. (Metropolitan Nashville Police Department)

Hunt was arrested after allegedly driving the wrong way down a one-way road, according to a police report obtained by Fox News. He was also allegedly swerving in and out of his lane and “crossed the center divide several times,” the report said.

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Following Hunt’s arrest, for which he admitted to “consuming alcohol recently,” according to police, the musician took to Twitter to apologize for his actions.

“Wednesday night I decided to drive myself home after drinking at a friend’s show in downtown Nashville,” Hunt wrote at the time. “It was a poor and selfish decision and I apologize to everyone who was unknowingly put at risk and let down by it. It won’t happen again.”

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Hunt was released on Nov. 21 after posting $2,500 bail and will have to appear in court on Jan. 17.

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