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Supreme Court Will Not Take Up Obamacare Challenge Before Election

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At issue is whether the 2017 Republican tax cut, which reduced the law’s individual mandate to zero, introduced a constitutional flaw that requires invalidating the entire program. Projections suggest 20 million people could lose insurance if the law prevails, as it did in the lower courts.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.

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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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Greta Thunberg’s Message at Davos Forum: ‘Our House Is Still on Fire’

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DAVOS, Switzerland — Greta Thunberg on Tuesday punched a hole in the promises emerging from a forum of the global political and business elite and offered instead an ultimatum: Stop investing in fossil fuels immediately, or explain to your children why you did not protect them from the “climate chaos” you created.

“I wonder, what will you tell your children was the reason to fail and leave them facing the climate chaos you knowingly brought upon them?” Ms. Thunberg, 17, said at the annual gathering of the world’s rich and powerful in Davos, a village on the icy reaches of the Swiss Alps.

Her remarks opened a panel discussion hosted by The New York Times and the World Economic Forum. The full transcript is available here.

“Our house is still on fire,” she added, reprising her most famous line from an address last year at the forum. “Your inaction is fueling the flames by the hour.”

Her remarks came at a time when climate change and environmental sustainability rose to the top of the talking points of many of the executives and government leaders assembled at Davos.

Ms. Thunberg, a climate activist known for speaking bluntly to power, rebuked the crowd for promises that she said would do too little: reducing planet-warming gases to net zero by 2050, offsetting emissions by planting one trillion trees, transitioning to a low-carbon economy.

“Let’s be clear. We don’t need a ‘low carbon economy.’ We don’t need to ‘lower emissions,’” she said. “Our emissions have to stop.”

Only that, she said, would enable the world to keep temperatures from rising past 1.5 degrees from preindustrial levels, which scientists say is necessary to avert the worst effects of climate change. She and a group of young climate activists have called on private investors and governments to immediately halt exploration for fossil fuels, to stop funding their production, to end taxpayer subsidies for the industry and to fully divest their existing stakes in the sector.

Scientists have said emissions must be reduced by half in the next decade to reach the 1.5-degree target. The opposite is happening. Global emissions continued to rise, hitting a record high in 2019, according to research published in December.

Her address began barely an hour after President Trump’s speech at the forum, which barely mentioned climate change, except to implicitly describe climate activists as “heirs of yesterday’s foolish fortune tellers.” Ms. Thunberg did not address him directly, except to remind the audience that the United States will withdraw from the Paris climate agreement by the end of this year.

Ms. Thunberg took pains to distance herself from politics. “This is not about right or left. We couldn’t care less about your party politics,” she said. “From a sustainability perspective, the right, the left as well as the center have all failed. No political ideology or economic structure has been able to tackle the climate and environmental emergency.”

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Pelosi Statement on McConnell Cover-Up Resolution

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Sadly, it won’t matter for McConnell. He’s senator for life. The man has a perpetually low approval rating, yet overwhelmingly wins his seat back in every election. As a Kentuckian, I see our crooked election process play out all the time. It’s “good ‘ol boy” politics. If the power players want you in, you’re in.

Bevin getting elected was a glaring example of the problems here. He handily won the governorship when he got elected in 2015. The story was that the dems just didn’t have the turnout. However, there were numerous other races down the ballot that had votes cast that were significantly higher than the number of votes cast for governor. To think that dems would, en masse, just not vote for governor when the opposing candidate was a religious zealot (or at least openly pandered to the evangelicals) is pretty preposterous. Especially given, prior to Bevin, we’ve only elected two republican governors since WWII. True to form though, it got buried and forgotten about. I’m honestly surprised it didn’t happen again against Bashear. I guess there were too many eyes watching this time.

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Kate Middleton Dazzles In Sequined Red Gown Amid Royal Turmoil

Prince William and Kate Middleton had a glamorous night out on Monday, hosting a reception for the U.K.- Africa Investment Summit at Buckingham Palace. 

The Duke of Cambridge wore a navy suit with a red tie for the formal occaision. The Duchess of Cambridge was simply stunning in a long, sequined red number by Needle & Thread, as identified by People.

The $460 dress, which is now sold out, features a ruffled collar and long, beaded sleeves. Kate paired the gorgeous gown with a matching red clutch and heels, along with her trusty blowout hairstyle. 

Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, also attended the event alongside Kate and William. 

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YUI MOK via Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge host a reception for heads of state and government at Buckingham Palace in London on Jan. 20, following the U.K.-Africa Investment Summit.

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At one point during the reception, the duke spoke about his love for Africa.

“The African continent holds a very special place in my heart. It is the place my father took my brother and me shortly after our mother died,” William said, standing alongside the Duchess of Cambridge and Prime Minister Boris Johnson. 

“And when deciding where best to propose to Catherine, I could think of no more fitting place than Kenya to get down on one knee,” the duke added. 

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YUI MOK via Getty Images Harry and William, the Princess Royal and the Earl and Countess of Wessex join heads of government, ministers and members of NGOs attending the U.K.-Africa Investment Summit for a group photograph at London’s Buckingham Palace.

William and Kate’s reception comes one day after Prince Harry publicly addressed his royal exit and his talks with Prince Charles, Prince William and Queen Elizabeth. 

“It brings me great sadness it’s come to this,” the Duke of Sussex said in his speech Monday, adding that there “was really no other option” for he and Meghan Markle. 

“Our hope was to continue serving the Queen, the commonwealth, and my military associations, but without public funding. Unfortunately, that wasn’t possible,” the prince said.

“I’ve accepted this, knowing that it doesn’t change who I am or how committed I am,” he continued. “But I hope that helps you understand what it had to come to, that I would step my family back from all I have ever known, to take a step forward into what I hope can be a more peaceful life.” 

After the speech and spending most of Monday in meetings with African leaders and U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson on behalf of the U.K.-Africa Investment Summit, Harry jetted to Canada to rejoin Meghan and their son, Archie. He did not attend the Buckingham Palace reception.

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Coronavirus outbreak in China sparks ‘super-spreader’ fears as pneumonia-like illness sickens hundreds

Health officials in China grappling to manage the outbreak of a new coronavirus now fear the disease could be a so-called “super-spreader.”

As of Monday, the central city of Wuhan — where the outbreak first emerged — reported a total of 198 infected patients. Some 15 medical staff in the city have been infected, while at least six people have died from the pneumonia-like illness which has also spread to Thailand, South Korea, Japan and other areas in China, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Workers spray antiseptic solution on the arrival lobby amid rising public concerns over the possible spread of a new coronavirus at Incheon International Airport in Incheon, South Korea, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020. Heightened precautions were being taken in China and elsewhere Tuesday as governments strove to control the outbreak of a novel coronavirus that threatens to grow during the Lunar New Year travel rush. (Suh Myung-geon/Yonhap via AP)

Some 218 additional cases have been confirmed in mainland China, while 14 people are infected in Guangdong. At least five are sickened in Beijing, and one person is infected in Shanghai, according to the South China Morning Post. 

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People wear face masks as they ride an escalator at the Hong Kong International Airport in Hong Kong, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020. Face masks sold out and temperature checks at airports and train stations became the new norm as China strove Tuesday to control the outbreak of a new coronavirus that has reached four other countries and territories and threatens to spread further during the Lunar New Year travel rush.  (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

Officials this week also confirmed that the new coronavirus, which is linked to a seafood and animal market in Wuhan, is transmissible between humans. This ultimately sparked fears that a person infected with the virus and experiencing the most severe stage of infection could be a super-spreader —  someone who transmits the virus to a considerable more amount of people than the average infected person, the South China Morning Post reported.

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An official uses an infrared thermometer on a traveler at a health screening checkpoint at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport in Wuhan in southern China’s Hubei province. (AP Photo/Emily Wang)

Coronavirus can cause a range of illnesses, from the common cold to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) — the latter of which also began in China and infected some 8,000 people during a 2002-2003 outbreak. At least 770 died after it spread to other cities and countries across the world. At the time, international travel in combination with a few super-spreaders facilitated the massive outbreak, according to one report. 

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In response to the outbreak, the World Health Organization (WHO) is holding an emergency meeting on Wednesday to determine whether or not it should be considered an international public health emergency, according to the South China Morning Post. Meanwhile, the CDC and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced “enhanced health screenings” for airline passengers arriving from or traveling through the Wuhan province. San Francisco International Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport all began the initiative on Jan. 17.

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A traveler wears a face mask as she sits in a waiting room at Beijing West Railway Station in Beijing, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

Australia is taking similar measures, with officials there announcing Tuesday that the country will also begin screening passengers who are arriving from Wuhan, according to The New York Times. Japan and South Korea also announced increased airport screenings.

But even with screening measures, “You cannot absolutely prevent entry into the country of a disease like this,” Brendan Murphy, the chief medical officer for the Australian government, said, according to the newspaper. Some people who are infected may not show symptoms, he explained.

Fox News’ Alexandria Hein and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Hillary Clinton Candidly Criticizes Bernie Sanders In New Documentary

Hillary Clinton gives an unvarnished view of her 2016 Democratic presidential primary opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in a new Hulu documentary airing in March, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

“He was in Congress for years,” she says of Sanders in the documentary, per an interview with THR published Tuesday. “He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician. It’s all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it.”

The documentary is set to premiere this weekend at the Sundance Film Festival, before streaming on Hulu starting March 6.

When THR asked Clinton whether her criticism still stands, Clinton said, “Yes, it does.”

A spokesperson for Sanders, now one of the 2020 Democratic presidential front-runners, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Clinton’s remarks.

In the interview, Clinton declined to say whether she would endorse and campaign for Sanders if he becomes the nominee. Instead, she went on to criticize “the culture around him,” including the sexist verbal attacks that his supporters, often referred to as “Bernie Bros,” have launched on social media in the past. Sanders condemned their comments at the time.

She also took aim at Sanders allegedly telling Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) during a 2018 meeting that he didn’t believe a woman could defeat President Donald Trump in 2020. Sanders has denied the exchange ever happened.

“Well, number one, I think [that sentiment] is untrue, which we should all say loudly. I mean, I did get more votes both in the primary, by about 4 million, and in the general election, by about 3 million,” Clinton said, calling the alleged comments “a very personal attack on [Warren].”

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Directed by Oscar nominee Nanette Burstein, the four-hour documentary series, which Clinton described as telling a “larger story about women,” reportedly makes gender in politics a central focus. In the interview, Clinton told THR she believes media coverage of the 2020 race has been “reverting back to stereotypes, and many of those are highly genderized.”

She revealed that she has spoken to most of the other 2020 contenders, including two of the remaining women in the race: Warren and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.).

“I always say [to the female candidates], “Look, you can run the best campaign, but you’re going to have to be even better than your best campaign to overcome some of the unfairness that will be directed at you as a woman,” Clinton said.

Clinton — who struggled with how pointedly she should have attacked Trump in 2016, given the double standard often applied to women when they publicly express anger — said that bind still exists for the women in the 2020 race.

“It’s hard still. Very hard,” Clinton said, though she praised Warren’s retort to Sanders at the Democratic presidential debate earlier this month, when Warren said, “The only people on this stage who have won every one of their races are Amy and me.”

“I thought that was clever. Some people loved it, some hated it,” Clinton said.

“It’s really hard ever to score 100 when you’re trying to navigate gender expectations and barriers,” she added. “Sometimes you really do want to let loose, and then you think, ‘Oh, great, they’ll say I can’t take it, so I’m getting angry.’ Or they’ll say that I’m mad, and that that’s not a very attractive look. So, it’s a constant evaluation about, how can I best convey who I am, what I believe, what I stand for and what I’m willing to fight for?”

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Coyote on Arizona airport’s airfield forces flights to briefly circle runway

If cartoons have taught us anything, it’s that these types of wily little coyotes are always causing trouble.

Arrivals at Arizona’s Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport were briefly delayed after a coyote got loose on the airfield on Monday morning, airport officials told Fox News.

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“Airfield staffers were able to coax it to a gate where it exited toward the mostly dry riverbed which borders Phoenix Sky Harbor on the south,” a spokesperson for Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX) confirmed.

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Staffers were able to “coax” the coyote off the airfield on Monday morning, minimizing any impact to operations. (iStock)

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Airport operations were largely unaffected, the spokesperson added, with the exception of three incoming flights which were forced to briefly circle the runways until airport staffers were able to confirm the airfield was clear.

The airport returned to normal operations shortly afterward.

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PHX officials did not say whether the airport plans to institute further coyote-repelling measures, like employing the use of unreliable Acme products, or painting a fake runway on a rock and allowing the coyote to run into it, full-speed.

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Elizabeth Warren wants to create a Justice Department task force to investigate Trump administration corruption

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