'The Mandalorian' team tease 'gritty' 'Star Wars' spin off

'The Mandalorian' team tease 'gritty' 'Star Wars' spin off

At D23, "The Mandalorian" creator Jon Favreau, actor Pedro Pascal and episode director Taika Waititi talk about what fans can expect from the TV series.
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AP Top Stories February 27th

AP Top Stories February 27th

WHO cautions on coronavirus readiness; Pope Francis ill; hearse and corpse recovered after chase; Dow tumbles again.
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Census looks to avoid US population undercount

Census looks to avoid US population undercount

The U.S. Census Bureau is putting the word out about the population count, held once every ten years. The agency is paying special attention to portions of the popualtion that were undercounted in the 2010 census, trying to avoid a repeat of that ...
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Police ID brewery shooter as 15-year electrician

Police ID brewery shooter as 15-year electrician

Police have identified the man who gunned down five co-workers at Molson Coors brewery as 51-year-old Anthony Ferrill of Milwaukee. Ferrill's neighbors have said he worked at the brewery complex for 15 years as an electrician.
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Health officials expand testing for coronavirus

Health officials expand testing for coronavirus

In the wake of the latest California case, U.S. health officials on Thursday expanded their criteria for who should get tested, and took steps to increase testing.
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Yo Gotti on new album, owning his music and Mississippi prison controversy

Yo Gotti on new album, owning his music and Mississippi prison controversy

Yo Gotti on new album, owning his music and Mississippi prison controversy
Female wrestler wins NC high school championship

Female wrestler wins NC high school championship

A female wrestler has made history by winning the state high school wrestling championship in North Carolina.
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Calif. expanding testing amid new virus case

Calif. expanding testing amid new virus case

Health officials are trying to locate everyone who came in contact with a northern California woman believed to be the first in the U.S. to contract the coronavirus with no known connection to travel abroad or other known causes.
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Pence tries for calm as virus response coordinator

Pence tries for calm as virus response coordinator

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence convened his first meeting of the coronavirus Task Force on Thursday, one day after President Donald Trump made him the government's point-person for the epidemic.
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Drivers rescued after Texas water main break

Drivers rescued after Texas water main break

A water main break in Houston leaves roadways flooded and some drivers had to be rescued when their vehicles were suddenly submerged in water and mud.
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Bloomberg says he can flip Texas for Democrats

Bloomberg says he can flip Texas for Democrats

Former New York City Mike Bloomberg says he has the record and resources to flip Texas in the presidential election.
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Ex-wrestler urges more victims to 'speak up'

Ex-wrestler urges more victims to 'speak up'

A University of Michigan wrestler from the 1970s says he was kicked off the team and lost his financial aid after complaining he had been physically abused by a sports doctor
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Crash ends chase of stolen hearse with body inside

Crash ends chase of stolen hearse with body inside

Authorities have recovered a stolen hearse with a casket and body inside after a police chase Thursday morning on a Los Angeles freeway.
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Pelosi: Can't let market affect actions on virus

Pelosi: Can't let market affect actions on virus

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi says the volatility of the stock market over the coronavirus cannot affect how the U.S. reacts.
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Kimono: From Kyoto to the catwalk

Kimono: From Kyoto to the catwalk

A new exhibition at London's V&A Musueum celebrates the heritage and craftsmanship of vintage Japanese Kimono and traces its influence into haute couture, movies and music.
On This Day: 27 February 1972

On This Day: 27 February 1972

Elizabeth Taylor celebrated her 40th birthday at a star-studded party in Budapest.
ShowBiz Minute: Loughlin, Snoop Dogg, 'Mockingbird'

ShowBiz Minute: Loughlin, Snoop Dogg, 'Mockingbird'

Lori Loughlin lawyers claim their client is innocent over bribery charges; Snoop Dogg appears on Jada Pinkett Smith's "Red Table Talk" show to discuss his recent controversy with Gayle King; The cast of “To Kill a Mockingbird” play the cavernous M...
Refinery fire near Los Angeles under investigation

Refinery fire near Los Angeles under investigation

The cause of an explosion and fire at the largest oil refinery on the West Coast was under investigation. No one was injured. There were no immediate signs that any toxins affected the community around the Marathon Petroleum refinery in Carson.
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Trump advises to treat coronavirus 'like the flu'

Trump advises to treat coronavirus 'like the flu'

President Donald Trump declared Wednesday that a widespread U.S. outbreak of the coronavirus isn't inevitable even as top health authorities at his side warned Americans that more infections are coming. He also dispensed some of his own advice.
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Hayek praises the 'miracle' that made her career

Hayek praises the 'miracle' that made her career

At the Berlin International Film Festival, Salma Hayek says it was a "miracle" that she's enjoyed the career she has.
Broadway comes to Madison Square Garden

Broadway comes to Madison Square Garden

Introduced by Spike Lee and New York mayor Bill de Blasio, Madison Square Garden hosts a performance of "To Kill a Mockingbird" for 18,000 school children.
Hayek, Blanchett discuss Weinstein verdict

Hayek, Blanchett discuss Weinstein verdict

While promoting their latest projects at the Berlin International Film Festival, actresses Salma Hayek and Cate Blanchett gave their reaction to the Harvey Weinstein verdict.
Bardem was scared to work with Hayek

Bardem was scared to work with Hayek

Speaking at the Berlin International Film Festival, friends Javier Bardem and Salma Hayek both praised each other and admitted they were scared to work opposite each other on new movie, "The Roads Not Taken."
AP Top Stories February 27

AP Top Stories February 27

Here's the latest for Thursday February 27th: US coronavirus case apparently not linked to travel; Milwaukee gunman kills 5 & self; Explosives used to build border wall on land considered sacred by Native Americans; California refinery fire invest...
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Gunman kills 5, self at Milwaukee brewery

Gunman kills 5, self at Milwaukee brewery

An employee opened fire Wednesday at one of the nation's largest breweries in Milwaukee, killing five fellow workers at the Molson Coors complex before taking his own life, police said.
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