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UConn women still No. 1; S Dakota, Michigan, Princeton in

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UConn cruised to two more conference wins and remained No. 1 in The Associated Press women’s basketball poll to start off 2020.

The Huskies received 19 first-place votes Monday from a 30-member media panel to stay ahead of second-ranked Oregon. The Ducks got seven first-place votes, picking up two from Oregon State, which got three. The Beavers stayed No. 3 and were followed again by South Carolina, Stanford and Baylor.

The Lady Bears will play at Connecticut on Thursday — the first of three marquee matchups for the Huskies over the next month. UConn, which beat Wichita State and SMU last week, also plays Tennessee and Oregon, as well as having an exhibition game against the USA Basketball national team.

Louisville was No. 7, with UCLA jumping two spots to No. 8 after the Bruins beat previously undefeated Arizona on Sunday. North Carolina State was No. 9 and Texas A&M moved up to No. 10.

While the top of the poll was relatively unchanged, South Dakota, Michigan and Princeton entered the rankings at Nos. 22, 23 and 25 while Miami, Minnesota and Texas fell out.

The Tigers entered the poll despite not playing since Dec. 29. Princeton (12-1) plays rival Penn on Saturday and then is off for exams for a few weeks.

“I’m really thrilled to be in the Top 25 and for us to be recognized,” first-year Princeton coach Carla Berube said. “It’s great for our league. Our league is really, really strong this year. Opening up this weekend so we’re excited about that. It’s great to get this national attention. We’ve put together a great nonconference these first couple months. Had some really great wins. I like where our team is at.”

Princeton is the only Ivy team ever to be ranked, reaching the women’s Top 25 for the first time in the final poll of 2012 before having an 11-week run in 2015. The Tigers edged Northwestern by one point for the final spot. The Wildcats had a huge 23-point win over then-No. 12 Maryland before getting blown out by Iowa.

Here are a few other tidbits from the poll:

FALLING SEMINOLES: Florida State dropped three spots to No. 11 after losing its first game of the season on a last-second shot in overtime at Syracuse. The Seminoles bounced back with a nine-point victory over then-No. 23 Miami on Sunday.

WILY COYOTES: South Dakota is back in the poll for the second time this season. The Coyotes (15-2) had a one-week stay in the middle of December. South Dakota plays Omaha on Saturday.

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Mississippi men tried cashing in lottery ticket after gluing on the winning numbers, officials say

Two men in Mississippi wanted to claim a $100,000 lottery prizes so bad, they glued the winning numbers onto a losing ticket, authorities said.

Odis Latham, 47, and Russell Sparks, 48, both of Columbus, tried to claim the scratch-off winnings at the lottery headquarters in Flowood on Monday, Mississippi Lottery Corp. spokeswoman Meg Annison told the Clarion-Ledger.

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Russell Sparks (left) and Odis Latham allegedly tried gluing the winnings numbers onto a Mississippi lottery ticket to claim the $100,000 prize. (Photo: Flowood Police Dept.)

The ticket was immediately determined to have been altered using glue to paste on the winnings numbers to match the prize. The lottery agency called the Flowood Police Department about two adult males allegedly trying to claim the ticket.

Latham and Sparks were arrested at the lottery headquarters and have been charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and uttering a counterfeit instrument over $1,000. Latham was also charged with false identification information.

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Both are being held in the Rankin County jail and are expected to appear in court Tuesday.

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Hunter kills mountain lion after it ‘partially consumed’ pet dog

Pet owners in an Idaho town may be able to rest easy.

A hunter killed a mountain lion that “attacked and partially consumed” a pet dog near Cascade, Idaho, on Jan. 3. It’s unclear if this lion was responsible for another dog attack that occurred nearby several days earlier.

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In early January, a neighbor of the dog’s owner discovered the remains and notified the owner and the Valley County Sheriff’s Office. Officers responded to the scene, along with a houndsman and a local hunter. (iStock)

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game issued a press release about the incident, confirming that the lion responsible for at least one dog attack had been killed.

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In early January, a neighbor of the dog’s owner discovered the remains and notified the owner and the Valley County Sheriff’s Office. Officers responded to the scene, along with a houndsman and a local hunter.

The lion was discovered nearby, where it was “spooked from a day bed.” After the hounds chased the lion up a tree, it was killed by the hunter. The lion, a young male, reportedly had porcupine quills stuck in its skin near its mouth and head, which is apparently common for the area.

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Another dog was attacked and killed by an unidentified mountain lion on New Year’s Eve about a mile from the Jan. 3 attack site. Authorities have not confirmed if the same lion carried out both attacks.

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According to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, mountain lion attacks on people and animals are rare. When lions do attack pets as a food source, however, the department takes the situation very seriously as “the risk to human safety is heightened.”

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Hi Reddit! I’m Wired’s Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson. I write and speak about how technology is influencing democracy. Ask me anything!

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Hi, Reddit! I’m Wired Editor in Chief Nicholas Thompson. I co-authored two cover stories on the mess inside Facebook before and after the 2016 election, and a feature on the technological cold war between the US and China. I’m deeply interested in how social media, artificial intelligence, and the internet are influencing democracy at home and abroad.

Have questions about elections and fake news? The growing tensions between the US and China? Ask me anything!

Proof: https://twitter.com/nxthompson/status/1214257449445789704

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Trump Admin Bars Top Iranian Diplomat From Entering U.S.: Report

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The Trump administration blocked Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran’s top diplomat, from entering the U.S., Foreign Policy reported Monday. 

Unnamed diplomatic sources, who told Foreign Policy about this move by the Trump administration, also said it violates a 1947 agreement with the U.N. that the U.S. allow foreign officials into the country for U.N. affairs. 

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Massachusetts woman sues TripAdvisor after falling off camel in Morocco

A New Jersey woman is suing TripAdvisor after she was tossed to the ground while riding a camel during a 2018 tour in Morocco.

Breanne Ayala, 24, is accusing the Massachusetts-based travel website and its San Francisco-based subsidiary Viator of negligence and breach of contract for failing to ensure the tour company was operating safety, The Boston Globe reported.

Ayala and her family booked a sunset camel tour in Marrakech through Viator, according to the lawsuit filed Monday. She said she was told by the tour company that the camel she was riding was pregnant and a month away from giving birth.

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During the tour, the camel ran away from the caravan, causing Ayala to fall and break her arm, according to the lawsuit. Ayala’s attorney, Andrew Abraham, said his client was “hanging on the side and then fell off.”

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A New Jersey woman is suing TripAdvisor and one of its subsidiaries for an injury she suffered while riding a camel in Morocco in 2018.  (Google Maps)

The handlers waited an hour to call for an ambulance until the tour company owner arrived, the lawsuit said. Ayala underwent surgery in Morocco after she was told by doctors she would have permanent nerve damage if she didn’t, the paper said, citing Andrew.

The lawsuit further alleges that the group was not given a safety briefing before the tour, which was promised when they booked the excursion. Abraham said TripAdvisor and Viator have a responsibility to make sure excursions advertised on their websites are safe.

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Viator’s terms state it is not responsible for problems related to the tours on its site. Customers are required to agree to the company’s terms, which says tour “suppliers” come “at your own risk,” The Globe reported.

“What was supposed to happen didn’t happen, and I don’t think you can say, ‘It’s at your own risk, too bad,’” Abraham said.

A spokesperson for TripAdvisor told the Globe the company doesn’t comment on pending litigation. The company did not immediately return a Fox News request for comment Monday.

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Kate Beckinsale seen leaving Golden Globes after-party with Pete Davidson’s best pal rapper Machine Gun Kelly

Kate Beckinsale has a type.

The “Underworld” actress, 46, has apparently gone from dating Pete Davidson to spending time with his best friend, Machine Gun Kelly.

After last year’s Golden Globes, Page Six exclusively revealed that Beckinsale was spotted flirting with Davidson, who was 25 years old at the time. The stars ended up dating for a couple of months before breaking up in April.

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Kate Beckinsale holds hands with ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson as they left the ‘LAGO’ bar on Feb. 2, 2019, in Los Angeles, Calif. Beckinsale was spotted leaving a Golden Globes after-party at the Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood on Sunday with Davidson’s best friend, rapper Machine Gun Kelly (MEGA)

Seemingly turning flirting into a Golden Globes tradition, Beckinsale was spotted leaving a party after this year’s show with the 29-year-old tattooed rapper, whose real name is Colson Baker, according to photos exclusively obtained by Page Six.

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The duo was photographed leaving Chateau Marmont in the same car early Monday following a night of festivities.

Davidson, meanwhile, is now dating 18-year-old model Kaia Gerber.

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Page Six has reached out to reps for Beckinsale and Kelly for comment.

This article originally appeared in Page Six.

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KT McFarland: Soleimani was the terror king – Dems and liberal media decry his death. Here’s why they’re wrong

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The Democrats and their allies in the Trump-hating media have decided that killing the world’s King of Terror, Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani, was a bad thing. They’re wrong – for three very important reasons.

First, it shows the awesome power and precision of America’s military and intelligence capabilities. Killing someone with a drone in broad daylight while driving along a Baghdad street is not like killing someone in a missile barrage, a firefight or a bomb blast.

There are no warning signs, no sounds, nothing to see overhead or across the street. The drones hit their target with 100 percent accuracy.  One second Soleimani was there, the next second he was gone, with minimal collateral damage to anyone nearby.  Trump gave a sober warning to those who would harm Americans – we know where you are and we will eliminate you.

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Second, Soleimani’s demise has likely sent Iran’s leaders into disarray. He has been the mastermind behind Iran’s web of foreign terror campaigns for decades and is not easily replaced. The Ayatollah, Iran’s Supreme Leader, is in his mid-80s and in poor health, with no successor named.

Iran’s leaders were already operating under extreme duress before the Soleimani killing. Their economy is reeling from Trump’s sanctions, with 40 percent unemployment and upwards to 70 percent inflation.

Winter has arrived, gasoline and heating oil prices are rising out of control, and a good number of Iran’s 80 million people are struggling to survive.

Just a few weeks ago thousands of Iranians all across the country took to the streets to protest the regime. Iran’s leaders don’t just have to worry about Americans targeting them, they have to worry about their own people rising up against them.

Finally, the leaders of China, Russia and North Korea are taking note. Trump’s decision to launch a surgical strike to kill Soleimani, especially after the restraint he has shown Iran in the last year or so, sends a strong signal to our adversaries — don’t underestimate our president.

Trump is a counterpuncher and will always punch back harder. He will not pull his punches in an election year and the Democrats’ impeachment efforts haven’t constrained his ability to act decisively. — And don’t think you can wait him out, he’s likely to be reelected in 2020.

I was in China just before Thanksgiving on a bipartisan, Track Two mission to meet with senior Chinese government, foreign ministry and Communist Party leaders. Many believed what they were reading in the New York Times and Washington Post and seeing on CNN. They were convinced Trump has been weakened, would soon be removed from office, and had zero chance of being reelected. They implied they could just play for time until a China-friendly President took his place. There is no doubt a lot of rethinking in Beijing this week.

Trump’s decision to launch a surgical strike to kill Soleimani, especially after the restraint he has shown Iran in the last year or so, sends a strong signal to our adversaries — don’t underestimate our president.

What’s Iran’s next move?  Democrats and their media allies are convinced Trump has just started World War III. Iran will no doubt respond, but their options are not as unlimited as Trump’s domestic enemies have suggested.

Trump’s maximum pressure campaign has taken its toll on Iran’s economy. There is some evidence they have already drawn down the tens of billions in payouts they received from Obama’s nuclear deal, and have been forced to curtail funding for Soleimani’s foreign terrorist movements.  Wars are expensive and Iran would be hard-pressed to afford large scale military operations on top of their support for terrorist movements in the greater Middle East.

Iran has just put an $80 million bounty on Trump’s head. Interestingly, they asked for donations from their people to pay for it. It’s like they had to start a Go-Fund-Me page for terrorists.

For years Iran has threatened to shut down the Strait of Hormuz or interfere with oil tankers transiting the Persian Gulf, which could send world oil prices skyrocketing and oil-importing countries’ economies plummeting.  But America’s energy boom has changed the situation dramatically in just a few short years.  Trump’s emphasis on fracking technology has led to our oil and gas boom and turned us from an importer to exporter.

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Wreaking havoc on Middle East oil exports could actually end up doing Iran more harm than good because it could present them with difficulties in getting their own oil to the countries still doing business with them – especially China, India and Japan.  Furthermore, disruption of middle east oil exports could do the United States more good than harm, since we are now the world’s largest oil and natural gas exporter and still have additional capacity. American energy exports could fill some of the void left by Arab oil.

But we should not fool ourselves. Of course, Iran will retaliate. They will be forced to if for no other reason than a point of national pride.   Their most likely target is Americans in the middle east, especially where Iran has terrorist operations or proxy forces– Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Yemen for starters. It’s only prudent that the State Department warn all Americans in the region, including in Iraq. Iran’s proxies could also launch rocket attacks against Israel.

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What should Trump’s next move be?  Be quiet! Stay off Twitter. Cease trash-talking Iran, and stop taunting them.  Trump should let his actions speak for themselves. Trump has humiliated Iran, as well as rendering them economic and military damage. Let them get their frustrations off their chests. They will need to recover some measure of national pride before they can even contemplate seeking accommodation with the United States.

Meanwhile, increase the pressure on Iran’s economy. Tighten the sanctions, push them even further toward economic collapse.  At the same time make clear that we want a new and better relationship with Iran. Trump’s remarks after the attack were perfect. He laid out the case for killing Soleimani but didn’t gloat or brag.  He held out the hand of friendship to the Iranian people.

Trump has told Iran’s leaders he does not want war, nor will he press for regime change.  He has urged them to join us at the negotiating table and reach an agreement. He wants America to work with Iran to rebuild its economy, welcome them into the world community and once again be good friends.  It is up to the Iranian regime whether to accept Trump’s offer.

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If not, if the Iranian regime chooses war instead of peace, Trump should take his case directly to the Iranian people and encourage them to choose a new regime, and work covertly with the Iranian resistance groups. If there is regime change in Iran, it must not be Bush or Obama style – brought about by American military forces. It should be Reagan and Trump-style regime change: stressing their economies to the point where the people themselves rise up and demand it.

Finally, once this round of tensions subsides, either in a new relationship with the current Iranian regime or its successor government, the US should start redirecting its forces and resources from the Middle East to Asia. With American energy independence, we no longer need to be sucked into the ethno-sectarian psychodramas of Arab tribes which have been warring for millennia. Trump was elected to stop the forever wars of the Bush and Obama administrations. As Trump has said about Syria, but it applies also to the rest of the region, “Let someone else fight over this long bloodstained land.”

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