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Tim Conway, star of the ‘Carol Burnett Show,’ dies at 85:

Actor and comedian Tim Conway, best known for his work on “The Carol Burnett Show,” died on Tuesday morning in Los Angeles, according to his publicist.

Conway was 85.
He had been battling a longtime illness prior to his death, Howard Bragman, Conway’s representative, told CNN. He was not suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, Bragman said.
Conway won three Emmys for co-starring in “The Carol Burnett Show,” which ran from 1967 to 1978, and a fourth as a member of its writing team. He also briefly headlined his own variety series and co-starred in several Disney live-action comedies during the ’70s, such as “The Apple Dumpling Gang” and “The Shaggy D.A.

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Donald Trump Jr. reaches deal with Senate Intelligence Committee for testimony in June:

Donald Trump, Jr. and the Senate Intelligence Committee have reached a deal for the President’s eldest son to appear before the committee behind closed doors in mid-June, sources familiar with the matter told CNN.

The agreement for Trump Jr.’s testimony comes after the committee issued a subpoena last month that sparked an intense blowback against Republican Chairman Richard Burr of North Carolina from Trump Jr.’s allies and many of Burr’s Republican colleagues.
The interview will be limited to two-to-four hours and limited in scope to five-to-six topics, according to the sources. But questions about the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting and the Trump Tower Moscow project will not be off limits, said two sources familiar with the matte

DURHAM, NC - MARCH 05: Zion Williamson of the Duke Blue Devils smiles prior to their game against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at Cameron Indoor Stadium on March 5, 2019 in Durham, North Carolina. (Photo by Lance King/Getty Images)

NBA Lottery Results 2019: Full Selection Order, Analysis and More:

The New Orleans Pelicans could lose Anthony Davis this offseason, but they’ll gain Zion Williamson after winning the 2019 NBA draft lottery on Tuesday in Chicago.

The Pelicans entered the night with the tied-for-seventh-best odds of landing the No. 1 pick (6 percent). Lady Luck smiled down upon executive vice president of basketball operations David Griffin.

Many expect Davis to be out the door after he requested a trade ahead of the Feb. 7 trade deadline. In Williamson, the Pelicans will have a player around whom they can build for the long term.

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Facebook changes livestream rules after New Zealand shooting:

Two months after the mass shooting at a mosque in New Zealand was live-streamed by the accused gunman on Facebook, the company is introducing new rules for the feature.

Starting Wednesday, people who break Facebook’s “most serious policies” will be immediately banned from using Facebook Live for a period of time, such as 30 days. Facebook did not specify all the rules that it will use to enforce the new one-strike approach, but pointed to current community standards that prohibit spreading terrorist propaganda on the social network. The policy will expand to other topics in the coming weeks, and the company says it will stop the same offenders from purchasing ads.

Ohio town worries about safety after radioactive contamination is found at middle school:

Are we safe? That’s the concern that’s been in the back of neighbors’ minds when they look at the looming Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Pike County, Ohio, Jennifer Chandler said.

“It looks like they make clouds there,” the Piketon village councilwoman thought as a child, seeing steam coming out of the stacks. “When I was growing up, I didn’t have any idea what they did.”
The US Department of Energy plant was built to produce enriched uranium for the nation’s nuclear weapons program during the Cold War and, in later years, supported commercial nuclear reactors. One of three such plants in the United States, it operated from 1954 to 2001, when it commenced decontamination and decommissioning, which continues today.

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