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    London police said Tuesday they are investigating Downing Street lockdown parties in 2020 to determine if U.K. government officials violated coronavirus restrictions, putting further pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

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    U.S. President Joe Biden was caught on a hot mic uttering a vulgarity about Fox News reporter at a White House event on Monday after the journalist shouted a question about the impact of rising inflation on this year's congressional elections.

  4. A new social media campaign is targeting shoppers in Massachusetts, warning them of rising prices and empty shelves as long as potatoes from Prince Edward Island are blocked from the United States. 

  5. 'South Korea Koreas Tensions' width='460' title='People watch a TV showing file images of North Korea39;s missile launch during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022. North Korea on Tuesday test-fired two suspected cruise missiles in its fifth round of weapons launches this month, South Korean military officials said, as it displays its military might amid pandemic-related difficulties and a prolonged freeze in nuclear negotiations with the United States. The Korean letters read: North Korea fired two cruise missiles.

    North Korea fired what appeared to be two cruise missiles into the sea off its east coast on Tuesday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said, days after a flurry of ballistic missile tests.