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New York • Twitter’s tweaking its timeline to emphasize certain tweets from people you follow, but don’t expect dramatic changes from the chronological feed you’re used to. The rearrangement will show up only if you enable it. And it might …

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  • Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho, centre, celebrates scoring a goal during the English FA Cup fourth round replay soccer match between West Ham United and Liverpool at the Boleyn Ground stadium in London, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) Liverpool fans force owners’ U-turn on price hike
    London • Liverpool’s American owners apologized to fans and reversed planned rises in ticket prices on Wednesday, insisting they were not “greedy.” Th...
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  • Senate holds website in contempt over sex ads
    Washington • A Senate panel voted on Wednesday to hold the classified advertising website Backpage.com in civil contempt for failing to comply with a ...
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  • White House: Scrap drilling revenue sharing in Gulf
    New Orleans • Louisiana’s U.S. senators and environmental groups are blasting the White House for proposing to help Alaska deal with rising seas by t...
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  • As catch booms, debate rages over lobster license rules
    Augusta, Maine • Members of the next generation of Maine lobster fishermen say they fear they will never get a license to fish for the valuable critte...
    Updated Feb 10 2016 05:09 pm   |     |   Share


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