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Red Cross talks to US about risks of sending Venezuela aid
Red Cross talks to US about risks of sending Venezuela aid

WASHINGTON (AP) - The International Committee of the Red Cross has talked to the United States about the risks of delivering humanitarian aid to Venezuela without the approval of security forces loyal to President Nicolas Maduro, an official with the agency said Friday.

Tesla drivers are getting screwed by the polar vortex
Tesla drivers are getting screwed by the polar vortex

Keep those batteries charged.

New Jersey man accused of staging a slip-and-fall incident at business

A 57-year-old man is facing insurance fraud and other charges in connection with allegedly staging a slip and fall incident at a local business.

Guaido Says Venezuelan Police Came to His Home to Intimidate Him
Guaido Says Venezuelan Police Came to His Home to Intimidate Him

During a news conference on the opposition's economic plans, Guaido, who is gathering international support in his bid to unseat President Nicolas Maduro, abruptly announced that the feared Special Action Force had come to his house. "They came into my home asking for Fabiana," Guaido said, referring to his partner, who accompanied him on stage.

2 Suspects Plead Guilty in Murder of Woman Whose Body Was Dismembered, Scattered
2 Suspects Plead Guilty in Murder of Woman Whose Body Was Dismembered, Scattered

Two of the four people facing charges in the grisly murder of Megan Metzger in Virginia have pleaded guilty.

State of the Union Will Be Another Wasted Opportunity
State of the Union Will Be Another Wasted Opportunity

With the government shutdown over, for now, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited him to Congress on Feb. 5. White House speechwriters try to compose an oration with a theme and a structure, only to be undermined as one after another new sentence or paragraph is inserted until the thing just becomes an ungainly laundry list of policy proposals. The address furnishes a deadline for the administration to make decisions.

Guaido rules out risk of civil war in Venezuela
Guaido rules out risk of civil war in Venezuela

Venezuela's self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido ruled out the possibility of civil war in his country, saying the overwhelming majority of his compatriots wanted Nicolas Maduro to step down. In an interview to Spain's El Pais newspaper published Thursday, Guaido repeated an appeal to Venezuela's armed forces to take his side. "The risk of a civil war in Venezuela does not exist, despite what certain people want to believe or want to let us believe.

How small businesses can prepare for the next government shutdown
How small businesses can prepare for the next government shutdown

Entrepreneurs are still recovering from the government shutdown and aren't likely to forget their pain come election time.

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