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New York TimesUSA
  • A Back-Channel Plan for Ukraine and Russia, Courtesy of Trump Associates
  • Washington Memo: Liberals Are Still Angry, but Merrick Garland Has Reached Acceptance
  • Trump Proposal Would Deport More Immigrants Immediately
  • Political Memo: With Coverage in Peril and Obama Gone, Health Law’s Critics Go Quiet
  • Democratic Member to Quit Election Commission, Setting Up Political Fight
  • Fact Check: What Trump Got Wrong at His Rally
  • Trump Returns to Campaign Trail After a Month in Office
  • Trump to Interview 4 Candidates for National Security Adviser
  • A Worry on the Right That Trump’s Conservative Acts Are Fleeting
  • A Long-Running Scandal and a Senate Pick Stir Corruption Questions in Alabama
  • Sweden Confused After Trump Conflates Fox News Segment with Terrorist Incident
  • McCain Keeps Criticizing Trump, Warns Against Attacks on Press
  • Trump Attempts Reset with Recycled Campaign Stump Speech in Florida
  • Report: Senior National Security Council Aide Fired After Criticizing Trump
  • Trump’s Presidency ‘Enhances’ a $200,000 Mar-a-Lago Membership
  • John McCain the Republican vs. John McCain the Patriot
  • Upper East Side Parents Are the Latest Trump Resisters
  • Trump Might Be Planning to Deploy the National Guard Against Undocumented Immigrants, or He Might Not, Who Can Say? But It Definitely Seems Like He’s Been Thinking About It
  • Senate Confirms Leading Opponent of Environmental Regulation As Head of the EPA
  • R.I.P. Bob Michel, the Last House GOP Leader Before Anger Took Over
Washington PostUSA
  • Memos signed by DHS secretary describe sweeping new guidelines for deporting illegal immigrants
  • Supreme Court considers case of a shot fired in U.S. that killed a teenager in Mexico
  • Even a Democratic congressman has to answer for Trump
  • Shadow president or mere shadow? In Europe, Pence seeks to reassure allies unnerved by Trump.
  • Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein: Trump's attacks on the press are more dangerous than Nixon's
  • Fox News anchor Chris Wallace warns viewers: Trump crossed the line in latest attack on media
  • Trump called the press 'the enemy.' Reince Priebus says he meant it.
  • FEC commissioner’s departure sets up test of how Trump will approach money in politics
  • Priebus, McCain react after Trump calls media ‘enemy of the American People’
  • Media, under attack from Trump, needs to return to the fundamentals
    • The Latest: Storm Aiming for California Renews Flood Fears
    • Dodgers Send LHP Vidal Nuno to Orioles for Prospect Moseley
    • Adams Hit Game-winner as UConn Rallies Past Temple, 64-63
    • Clark: Comments 'Unprofessional' on Betances Arbitration
    • Senior Trump Appointee Fired After Critical Comments
    • Former Va. News Anchor Raises $30,000 Early in Campaign
    • Tatar, Vanek Lead Red Wings Past Penguins
    • Michigan State Beats No. 20 Michigan Before Record Crowd
    • Red Wings-Penguins Sums
    • Obama National Security Adviser: He Made 'Colossal Mistakes' in Syria
    • Bono Praises Pence For Work on AIDS Relief
    • Harvard Poll: Americans Brimming With Confidence on Jobs, Economy
    • AT&T Testing 'Flying COW' Drones to Enhance Cell Coverage
    • Ed Klein: Soros, Liberal Billionaires Behind 'Sometimes Violent' Anti-Trump Protests
    • Kasich: 'World Leaders' Not Sure About Trump
    • Musk's SpaceX Launches Rocket Carrying Supplies to Space Station
    • Peter King: Trump's 'Unforced Errors' Have Distracted From Achievements
    • Could 'Nexit' Follow Brexit After Dutch Elections?
    • Report: Netanyahu Turned Down Regional Peace Initiative
Headline & Global newsUSA
  • Pakistan kills more than 100 militants after shrine attack
  • US troops take part of NATO operations in Bulgaria
  • Justin Bieber Chugs Beer and Parties in Celebration of Law Breaking
  • Paternal Depression is Now Striking Expectant Fathers
  • Brooklyn Nets News: Boston Celtics and New Orleans Pelicans potential destination for Brook Lopez prior to trade deadline
  • NBA News: Sacramento Kings ready to move point guard Darren Collison if good offers come
  • COC Developer Supercel May Not Release A New Game In 2017
  • NBA News: Los Angeles Lakers looking to trade shooting guard Lou Williams before the trade deadline
  • Huawei MediaPad T3: Leaks suggests Android Nougat, 8-inch display, 3GB RAM, 5MP Camera and 4G LTE
  • Black Holes can be Stranger than Expected: New ‘Middleweight’ Black Hole Discovered
  • NYC 'I Am A Muslim Too' rally protests travel ban
  • Trump cites (fake) attack in Sweden
  • Biggest news you missed this weekend
  • Right-wing fringe group building multimedia empire near Detroit
  • Blast in Somalia kills 34 in Mogadishu marketplace
  • Florida bait shop shocks some with its raunchy name
  • Voters in Ecuador choosing between change, continuity in presidential race
  • SpaceX launches rocket from historic NASA launchpad
  • New, more powerful storm takes aim at California
  • Kraft Heinz,Unilever scrap $143 billion deal
Wall Street JournalUSA
  • Teva Bids for Mylan, Seeking to Create Biggest Generics Firm
  • Credit Suisse Profit Rises
  • Traders Wield Social Media
  • Migrants' Trip Takes a Tragic Turn
  • Norway Steams Up Investors in Pipeline
  • Behind Ginni Rometty's Plan to Reboot IBM
  • Limited Fallout From Greek Bond Slump
  • Primark Grapples With Impact of Weaker Euro
  • Peugeot to Boost Production
  • Fortunes of Kering Brands Diverge
Time Magazine USA
  • White House: ‘Silly’ to Allow Critics to Serve
  • President Trump Made a Confusing Reference to Sweden. Here’s What the White House Says He Meant
  • Drake Says He Shouldn’t Win Grammys for Rap: ‘I Don’t Even Want Them’
  • Reince Priebus Denies ‘Inaccurate’ Report That Trump Campaign Team Had Contact With Russia
  • People Who Fear Deportation Under President Trump Are Fleeing to Canada for Asylum
  • First They Killed My Father Author Describes Working With Angelina Jolie’s Kids on Film Set
  • The Fight to Retake Mosul From ISIS Reaches Perilous New Stage
  • A Middle School Student Faces Charges for Throwing Wood at President Trump’s Motorcade, Police Say
  • At Least 20 Dead in Blast at Mogadishu Marketplace
  • Vice President Mike Pence Visited a Former Nazi Concentration Camp
  • Russia is testing US, Pentagon officials say
  • Pence: US will hold Russia accountable
  • McCain's speech targets Trump
  • Anxiety fills vacuum at National Security Council
  • 1 killed in Belgium train derailment
  • 1993 World Trade Center bombing plotter dies
  • North Korean man arrested in Kim Jong Nam's death
  • Bana Alabed visits Syrian boy who lost legs in bombing
  • Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Lessons from meditating with the Dalai Lama
  • The 'Donald Trump' Mexicans love to hate
    • Face the Nation transcript February 19, 2017: Priebus, Graham, Nunes, Cummings
    • Intel experts explain key traits for next national security adviser
    • Senior Trump appointee out after critical comments
    • Cummings: Dems should work with Trump, but push back when "values clash"
    • Is the media "the enemy"? Pentagon chief weighs in
    • FTN: Page 2
    • 2/19: Priebus, Graham, Nunes
    • GOP senator: U.S. allies “feel better” after Pence reassurances
    • As Trump makes foreign moves, Tillerson avoids spotlight
    • Governor's proposed gun permit fees come under fire
Los Angeles TimesUSA
  • Mahershala Ali and Janelle Monáe on the Oscars rarity of appearing together in two best-picture contenders
  • High risk of flooding in Northern California as waterways reach their limits
  • Dustin Johnson maintains imposing lead during final round of Genesis Open
  • Gritty clashes mark what Iraq hopes will be 'the dawn of a great victory' in Mosul
  • As questions deepen, White House denies collusion between Trump campaign and Russia
  • City Section wrestling championships produces lots of champions
  • White House denies that campaign colluded with Russia
  • Senate committee asks White House and others to retain records related to Russia probe
  • Escondido family is separated after mother deported to Mexico
  • Hyun-Jin Ryu says he's ready to prove he belongs in the Dodgers' rotation
San Francisco ChronicleUSA
  • Israeli leader rejected secret peace offer, officials say
  • Ecuador presidential race pits continuity against change
  • Ruling party candidate seen leading Ecuador president vote
  • Dutch candidate rebuked over inflammatory remarks
  • Major offensive begins against militants in Iraq
  • 20 killed in market bombing in Somalia
  • Iran dismisses U.S. pressure, seeks respect
  • Ex-officials: Israeli leader spurned secret peace offer
  • Fashion takes London by storm with Preen, Topshop, Mulberry
  • Blast in Somalia kills 34 in Mogadishu marketplace
New York PostUSA
  • Video emerges of violent knockout aftermath in Darrelle Revis fight
  • Rangers’ defensive system flexes with suffocation of Caps
  • In My Library: Lucinda Rosenfeld
  • This skateboarding dog is way cooler than you
  • The hyped hair that captivates — and tests? — Yankees camp
  • Yacht owner ran us over on Long Island waterway: suit
  • State assemblywoman’s niece busted for embezzlement
  • The High Line divides neighborhood along class lines
  • Schumer urges Trump to reimburse NYC for security costs
  • Private equity firm founder pleaded guilty to escape Rikers violence: suit
New York Daily NewsUSA
    • Small plane crashes on street in Bayonne, N.J.
    • Sweden wants U.S. to explain Trump's remark about incident
    • Cops kill man armed with fake gun after Brooklyn deli robbery
    • Moving Carmelo Anthony to Celtics makes most sense for Knicks
    • Ex-Syracuse football player gets 10 years for stabbing teammates
    • David Cassidy slurs words, falls off stage during concert
    • WATCH: MMA fighter knocked out after showboating during bout
    • Man with neo-Nazi fliers at Calif. college gets punched in face
    • Ex-NFLer Stanley Wilson II again busted for naked home romp
    • Drake explains Meek Mill feud, reacts to Kanye calling him out
Chicago TribuneUSA
  • Swedes scratch heads after Trump says 'look what's happening last night in Sweden'
  • Javier Baez hopes to keep his flash, eliminate mistakes as second baseman
  • Police divers locate body in Columbus Park pond
  • White Sox prospect Charlie Tilson calls foot injury 'a very minor setback'
  • Ben Zobrist relishes family memories of celebrating Cubs' World Series title
  • Fox News anchor Chris Wallace warns viewers: Trump crossed the line in latest attack on media
  • Lessons keep coming as Northwestern marches toward NCAA tournament
  • Shadow president or mere shadow? In Europe, Pence seeks to reassure allies unnerved by Trump
  • Anti-Trump protesters take to downtown streets again
  • As questions deepen, White House denies collusion between Trump campaign and Russia
Houston ChronicleUSA
  • Reports: Man fatally shot in parking lot
  • Winning numbers for Feb. 19, 2017
  • Galveston's 2017 Mardi Gras is celebrated with a parade, smiles
  • Injured constable recovering after hit by vehicle
  • Man hospitalized after West Gulf Bank stabbing
  • Galveston Causeway bridge reopens
  • Man suspected of killing mother of 3 in custody after two-day hunt
  • Donald Trump may be unpopular, but Texas congressmen love him
  • 2 men flee after rollover crash
  • Overnight blaze destroys southeast Houston home
Philadeplphia InquirerUSA
    • Flowers: She fought on both sides of abortion issue
    • Families torn apart by slavery sought lost loved ones in newly archived ads
    • Baer: Gov. Wolf’s costly consultant sure talks pretty
    • 4 survive airplane crash in Berks Co.
    • Could reporters be hunted down if Trump goes after leakers?
    • Tariq El-Shabazz to announce run for DA
    • Cops: Cabbies used knife, gun, and fist in fight over fare
    • 4 teens shot in West Philly
    • In Philly archives, a native chief finds traces of his father — and of his people
    • Along the hotly disputed Pinelands pipeline's path, hopes, fears, and doubts
Star TribuneUSA
  • Record high today for Twin Cities, but snow by week's end?
  • Trump steps up security aide search, focuses on health care
  • Man kills mother near Hudson, shoots at police and kills himself in Minnesota
  • Mpls. cafe owners charge ahead with pay changes
  • Kraft Heinz withdraws $143B bid to buy Unilever
  • Man's punch outside west metro bar leaves brother with severe head injury
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  • P.J. Fleck lands QB, as Brennan Armstrong commits to Gophers
  • SpaceX launches rocket from NASA's historic moon pad
  • Jack Link's looks to broaden appeal of jerky with new products, marketing, space
  • Will this major property tax break survive a Trump presidency?
  • Kraft Heinz abandons $143B bid for Unilever just as quickly as it extended offer
  • One of Snap’s top ad execs is leaving right before the IPO
  • SpaceX's Falcon 9 stages successful launch, Dragon heads toward rendezvous with ISS
  • US sends strike group to South China Sea in 'routine operation'
  • Iraqi prime minister expresses optimism country won't be on new travel ban
  • Trump turns random supporter Gene Huber into 2017's 'Joe the Plumber'
  • Trump once again takes aim at media at Florida rally, reiterates 'I inherited a mess' claim
Foxnews USA
  • Trump clarifies 'Sweden' remark, says he was referring to Fox News report
  • Trump to meet with Congressional Black Caucus after all
  • Netanyahu rebuffed secret peace offer, ex-US officials claim
  • Rand Paul: US is 'lucky John McCain's not in charge'
  • Limbaugh blasts news media attacks on Trump as pointless, 'kind of comical'
  • Former Trump pal Russell Simmons leads 'I Am A Muslim Too' rally against president
  • DHS' Kelly proposes hiring more immigration officers, fast-tracking deportations
  • AP source: Senators want materials saved for Russia probe
  • Senior Trump appointee fired after critical comments
  • Melania Trump attacked for reciting 'The Lord's Prayer' at campaign rally
Voice of America USA
  • Focus on Trump's Attacks on News Media
  • Trump's Attacks on News Media Provoke Backlash
  • Turkey Continues Tough Battle Against IS in Syrian Town
  • Two Senior US Senators Question Trump's Grasp of Foreign Affairs Issues
  • February 19, 2017
  • VP Pence Reassures Europe US Remains Staunch Ally
  • Trump Hints of Attack in Sweden, but Swedes Say They're Just Baffled
  • Gambia's New President Commits to End Human Rights Abuses
  • Ecuador Election May Put In Question Outgoing President's Legacy
  • Trump Weighs Choice of New National Security Adviser
Chicago suntimesUSA
  • Draft DHS guidelines seek to aggressively detain immigrants
  • St. Charles house fire caused by discarded ashes
  • Photos: Anti-Trump march, rally in downtown Chicago
  • Man seriously wounded in Lawndale shooting
  • ‘Too much drama in the neighborhood,’ Henderson principal says
  • Police find body in Columbus Park pond
  • $1M bond for 2 men accused of supplying lethal drug mixture
  • Blind love and immortality haunt ‘The Invention of Morel’
  • Warm Sunday weather sets record high for third day in a row
  • Northwestern Medicine nurses help battle ‘diaper disparity’
Denver PostUSA
  • “Sorryy anger isusesh:” Man leaves misspelled note on battered pickup truck in Colorado
  • We thought New Zealand was an island nation; scientists say it’s the tip of a ‘hidden continent’
  • Chase Elliott edges Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win 2nd straight Daytona 500 pole
  • Bomb explodes by Colombia bull ring, injuring 26
  • Haley Smith’s double-double leads Colorado Buffaloes women’s basketball past Oregon
  • Dexter Fowler fitting in perfectly with St. Louis Cardinals
  • Fact-checking President Trump’s rally in Florida
  • “Here I come to save the day!” Nationals’ Adam Eaton likes Mighty Mouse look
  • PHOTOS: President Trump, first lady hold campaign rally in Florida
  • High school transgender wrestler wins Texas regional title
  • 75 Years Later, Americans Still Bear Scars Of Internment Order
  • Mattis Disagrees With Trump's Characterization Of Media As 'The Enemy'
  • Facebook Wants Great Power, But What About Responsibility?
  • Trump Says, 'Look What's Happening In Sweden.' Sweden Asks, 'Wait, What?'
  • Iraq Opens Offensive On Western Mosul In New Push To Reclaim ISIS Stronghold
  • On Second Attempt, SpaceX Launches Rocket At NASA's Historic Pad
  • 5 Questions After A Chaotic Week In The Trump White House
  • A Thriving Rural Town's Winning Formula Faces New Threats Under Trump Administration
  • North Korean Regime Blamed As Kim Jong Nam Death Investigation Widens
  • Farming Behind Barbed Wire: Japanese-Americans Remember WWII Incarceration
  • Trump's remarks about Sweden 'not referring to a specific incident,' White House says
  • WATCH: Rep. Adam Schiff calls Trump's comment about press 'most alarming' remark since election
  • Trump invites supporter on stage at Florida campaign rally
  • Scientists hold rally in Boston to protest threat to science
  • Senate committee asks agencies to preserve documents related to Russia investigation
  • Senior Trump appointee fired after critical comments
  • Ex-officials: Israeli leader spurned secret peace offer
  • Congress members met with crowds and protests at town halls
  • US slams Russia's move to recognize Ukraine rebel documents
  • Iran, NKorea officials: Let's strengthen relationship
Newsday USA
  • Trump, aides say Swedish comment was about crime, not terror
  • Draft Homeland Security guidelines seek to aggressively detain immigrants
  • Reince Priebus defends Michael Flynn, Trump's press tweet on talk shows
  • Kraft Heinz withdraws $143B bid to buy Unilever
  • Who is Betsy DeVos, Trump's new education secretary?
  • SpaceX blasts off from historic NASA launch pad
  • Swedes scratch heads at Trump's suggestion of major incident
  • Blast in Somalia kills 34 in Mogadishu marketplace
  • I Am A Muslim Too rally in Times Square: See photos
  • Trump rallies supporters by renewing old promises, insults
Miami Herald USA
  • School district push for more control of WLRN raises concerns about news operation
  • Ecuador exit polls indicate ruling-party candidate has clear lead but runoff in doubt
  • One year later, the pain of a son lost to gun violence remains raw
  • The new Watsco: A techie takeover in an old-school industry
  • Explosion rattles Colombia’s capital, injuring dozens
  • The secrets of Santería lie deep in these Cuban families
  • NBA scouts assess Heat at All-Star break
  • Sloppy Miami Hurricanes (six errors) fall to Rutgers 17-6 in baseball
  • Ellis building chemistry with new pitchers and Realmuto
  • UM targets another veteran cornerback
Boston Globe USA
  • Can Isaiah Thomas dunk? A brief investigation
  • Paul Pierce does not help his old man reputation
  • Europeans wonder if Trump will act on Pence's reassurances
  • Takes a village: 'Greek Freak' got many assists growing up
  • Company involved in fatal trench collapse faces arraignment
  • Who is the best shooter in NBA history?
  • Swedes scratch heads at Trump's suggestion of major incident
  • A Boston mommy blogger picks 3 February vacation week activities
  • 'When did car keys get so expensive?'
  • No. 1 UConn escapes Tulane with 101st straight win
Orange County Register USA
  • Orange County emerging as battleground in movement to counter Trump
  • Mother thanks police for saving her 8-year-old son from rushing waters in Santa Ana River
  • Owner Arte Moreno says the Angels are staying at Angel Stadium, and he will have more money to spend on the team
  • Deals of the Week: Angels tickets, yard sale, free preview and more
  • A whirlwind tour of New Mexico proves enchanting
  • Man dies in multi-car crash on 55 freeway in Tustin; another crash, injuries follow
  • You don’t have to be rich to get a valet to store your stuff - and bring it back
  • 75 years ago, how Executive Order 9066 sent Japanese Americans into WWII internment camps
  • California pay gap for women grows to about $7,000 a year
  • Storm reveals the weak spots in Southern California's road network
New Jersey Local News USA
  • Plane narrowly misses Bayonne gas station, avoids devastating damage
  • Presidents Day 2017: What's open and closed for holiday, store hours, post office, mail delivery
  • N.J. woman awarded $4M in Old Bridge bus crash lawsuit
  • Christie taking on the wrong opponent again | Editorial
  • Knife-wielding taxi driver reportedly shot by fellow Philly cabbie
  • 5 things to know about the Bayonne plane crash
  • Which N.J. power broker is a member of Trump's Mar-a-Lago club?
  • What Kellyanne Conway's alma mater said about its famous graduate
  • Trenton police officer fires at suspect during struggle
  • Christie's office blasts report about taking Trump administration job
Baltimore Sun USA
  • Melo Trimble gets little help as Maryland loses at Wisconsin, 71-60
  • Guinness enters Maryland lawmakers' beer debate
  • Orioles nearing deal with Dodgers to acquire left-hander Vidal Nuno
  • 'Everybody who lives in the city is currently outside': Baltimore crowds enjoy spring-like weather
  • College students show off power, creativity of software systems at Hopkins hackathon
  • As questions deepen, White House denies collusion between Trump campaign and Russia
  • Even if Maryland fracking ban fails, Garrett County doesn't foresee a drilling boom
  • Trump order punishing 'sanctuary cities' faces hurdles in Baltimore
  • In immigrant crackdown, a 'fine-tuned' police state
  • Glen Burnie-based Mission BBQ blends barbecue and patriotism in bid to become national brand
Kentucky com USA
  • Experiment of Kentucky high schoolers gets launched into space
  • She didn’t want to be a prostitute. She became one anyway.
  • Today in Trump tweets, Feb. 19, 2017: Fox News responsible for Sweden statement
  • Trump’s chief of staff uses anonymous sources to bash media for using anonymous sources
  • Evangelical pastor opens church to refugees. His congregation isn’t sure God wants that
  • Defense Secretary Mattis disagrees with Trump, says media are not the enemy
  • ‘Look what’s happening … in Sweden,’ Trump warns. What’s he talking about? Swedes ask
  • McCain tweaks Trump by saying suppressing free press is ‘how dictators get started’
  • Lexington council, neighborhoods oppose legislation on development
  • ‘Life happened too fast’: Kansas City star’s final year was filled with turmoil
Western Journalism USA
  • Just One Touch Launches A Diatribe Of Outrage From CNN Guest
  • US, European Officials Probe Soros’ Meddling In Foreign Elections
  • Bill Clinton Accuser Gives Chelsea A New Word For ‘Horrifying’
  • Historian Launches His Countdown To The Pence Presidency
  • McCain Takes Trump’s Worldview To Task In Fiery Munich Speech
  • Charlie Daniels Warns Liberal Protesters Against More Violence
  • Former Clinton Aide Could Face Charges For Stonewalling Congress
  • Ryan’s Optimistic Pledge: ‘Most Productive Presidency And Congress In Our Lifetimes’
  • Video Shows The Moment When A Fallen Soldier Makes It Home
  • Jewish Reporter Who Was Told By Trump To Sit Down Defends Him
Dallas NewsUSA
  • Donald Trump, Tony Romo, B'nai B'rith: Your weekend digest
  • This Day in Trump, Day 30: Rally in the Sunshine State
  • Hundreds of Texans may have voted improperly, AP reports
  • This Day in Trump, Day 29: White House reset proves elusive amid immigration tumult
  • National Guard proposal on immigration? Disgust, fear, rage
  • Explainer: Is the president allowed to mobilize National Guard for immigration raids?
  • Could Gov. Greg Abbott really force NFL players to stand for the national anthem?
  • Your Dallas County DA wants you to know she's ready to talk — and to run again
  • After cost cuts, Trump now says F-35 program 'very much in control'
  • Steady growth has local Republicans sounding the alarm over 'possible Californization' of Collin County
The OnionUSA
  • Notable Hidden Bank Fees
  • American Girl Introduces Male Doll
  • Onion Fact Checks: President Trump’s Press Conference
  • Most Valuable Sports Memorabilia
  • A Primer On History’s Greatest Presidents
  • Trump Staffer Grateful To Work With So Many People He Could Turn Over To FBI In Exchange For Immunity
  • Pickup Football Pioneer Credited With Idea For ‘5 Mississippi’ Blitz Count Dead At 94
  • Humiliated Man Discovers Embroidery On His Jean Pockets
  • Open-Minded Man Tries To Get News From Variety Of Facebook Friends
  • ‘Love Actually’ Sequel In The Works

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