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  • Heavy snow brings Istanbul to a standstill

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  • Biden swears at Fox News reporter on hot mic

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  • Kurdish forces close in on ISIS militants who seized Syrian prison

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Chicago Police Chief : We're Prepared for Protests

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Chief Garry McCarthy says he expects protests once the department releases video of the shooting of Laquan McDonald but criminal behavior will not be tolerated. Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he hopes the incident will serve as a moment of understanding and learning.