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Packers Pace Buccaneers

Packers Pace Buccaneers

Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images(TAMPA BAY) -- The Green Bay Packers took care of business Sunday with a 20-3 win over the Buccaneers.

Aaron Rodgers continued his magnificent season, picking apart the Bucs secondary, completing 31 of 40 passes for 318 yards and a touchdown.

Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson proved to be the reliable targets that Rodgers has trusted all seasons. Cobb caught 11 passes for 131 yards and Nelson 9 passes for 113 yards and the one Packers aerial touchdown.

Eddie Lacy provided balance for the Packers offense, rushing for 99 yards and one touchdown on 17 carries. 

The Packers' defense clamped down on Tampa Bay, as they held Bucs running back Doug Martin to 17 yards on the ground and kept Josh McCown in check. McCown threw for just 147 yards and tossed an interception.

The Packers host the Detroit Lions next week, with the winner earning the NFC North title.

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Yankees Charity to Pay For Education of Slain Police Officer’s Children

Yankees Charity to Pay For Education of Slain Police Officer’s Children

Bilgin S. Sasmaz/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The New York Yankees' Silver Shield Foundation is offering to pay for any and all education expenses for the children of Rafael Ramos, one of the two NYPD officers killed Saturday in Brooklyn.

In a phone interview with ABC News on Sunday, the group's chairman William Walters said the group has already reached out to the police department, but has not been in contact with Ramos' family.

The Silver Shield Goundation was started by James Fuchs and George Steinbrenner in 1982 to pay for the education expenses of all children and spouses of New York law enforcement and other authorities killed in the line of duty.

"We just want to do good for these people that take care of us," Walters said.

Walters said the foundation plans to set aside funds Monday for both of Ramos' children, and also said money will be made available to both of the officers' spouses for any education related expenses they might take on.

Officer Wenjian Liu, 32, the other officer killed Saturday, was married just two months ago.

Ramos' 13-year-old son Jaden Ramos posted a message on Facebook Saturday evening.

In a news conference Saturday night, Mayor Bill de Blasio said he met with both Jaden and Officer Ramos' wife, and said Jaden "couldn't comprehend what happened to his father."

Ramos and Liu were shot with "no warning, no provocation" shortly before 3 p.m. Saturday as they sat in their patrol car in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn by Ismaaiyl Brinsley, NYPD Commissioner William Bratton said.

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Falcons Sweep Saints; Set Up NFC South Title Bout with Panthers

Falcons Sweep Saints; Set Up NFC South Title Bout with Panthers

Leon Halip/Getty Images(NEW ORLEANS, La) -- With the season sweep of the New Orleans Saints, the Atlanta Falcons guaranteed that the winner of the NFC South will have a losing record.

The Falcons defeated the Saints 30-14 Sunday, giving both teams a 6-9 record on the season.

Matt Ryan led the Atlanta charge, completing 30 of 40 passes for 322 yards and one touchdown pass to Eric Weems. 

Julio Jones returned from injury and looked in fine form, as he caught seven passes for 107 yards.

Drew Brees and the Saints offense continued their season-long inconsistencies. Jimmy Graham fumbled on the Falcons' 1-yard line in the fourth quarter, and Drew Brees threw two interceptions, including one to Robert McClain that set up an Atlanta field goal.

The Falcons will host the Carolina Panthers (6-8-1) next week in Atlanta, with the winner earning the NFC South crown. 

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LA Dodgers Are Biggest Spenders in Major League Baseball

LA Dodgers Are Biggest Spenders in Major League Baseball

Harry How/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- After a fifteen year run, the New York Yankees are no longer the biggest spenders in baseball.

Based on final calculations made by Major League Baseball, the Los Angeles Dodgers, who were knocked out in the divisional playoffs this year, reportedly finished the 2014 season with a record payroll of over $257 million. The Dodgers owe $26.6 million in luxury tax.

The Yankees, the previous biggest spenders, cut almost $10 million off their payroll, but they still owe $18 million in luxury tax.

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Marco Rubio: Rand Paul ‘Chief Cheerleader’ of Obama Foreign Policy

Marco Rubio: Rand Paul ‘Chief Cheerleader’ of Obama Foreign Policy

Robert Giroux/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Sen. Marco Rubio responded to criticism from fellow Republican and potential 2016 presidential rival Sen. Rand Paul over his position on Cuba, insisting Sunday that he would oppose the “Obama-Paul foreign policy,” and referring to the Kentucky senator as “chief cheerleader” of the president’s overseas agenda.

“Rand, if he wants to become the chief cheerleader of Obama’s foreign policy, he certainly has a right to do that,” Rubio, R-Fla., told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on This Week. “I’m going to continue to oppose the Obama-Paul foreign policy on Cuba because I know it won’t lead to freedom and liberty for the Cuban people, which is my sole interest here.”

Earlier this week, Paul tweeted on Rubio’s position on engagement with Cuba that he “is acting like an isolationist who wants to retreat to our borders and perhaps build a moat. I reject this isolationism.”

President Obama announced in an historic but controversial decision that the U.S. would move to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba and open an embassy in Havana, the country’s capital. Rubio, who is of Cuban heritage, criticized the president’s decision this morning.

“I want closer ties with Cuba, as well, but those closer ties have to come about as a result of a policy that will also ultimately lead to freedom. And that’s my problem with what the president’s done here. It’s not that I simply want to continue to do what we’ve been doing. I’m OK with changing policy toward Cuba,” Rubio said.

“But it has to be a policy change that has a reasonable chance of achieving freedom — freedom for the Cuban people. And I just don’t think this pol… — no, let me rephrase that. I know that this policy change that the president has now undertaken will not lead to freedom,” he added.

Rubio, questioned about Pope Francis’ role in the U.S. talks on engagement with Cuba, said it was important for the pontiff to encourage democracy as well.

“The pope is a spiritual leader and he always, naturally, is going to want to bring people closer together. And I respect that as a spiritual leader,” Rubio said. “But I think it’s also important to say that people deserve the right to be free. Our certain — our nation was founded on that principle.”

Asked about the race for the White House in 2016, Rubio said he anticipated supporting whomever the Republican party nominates, while seeming to indicate that Paul, whom he had just discussed, did not fit the bill.

“I’m pretty confident that the Republican nominee for president will be someone who has a pretty forceful role — view of America’s role in the world as a defender of democracy and of freedom and also understands that it’s important for America to be engaged on the global stage,” he said.

When asked about former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s potential entrance into the 2016 race, Rubio said he had “tremendous respect” for Bush and said he would be a very “credible” and “strong” candidate if he decides to run.

Rubio told Stephanopoulos he has not decided whether to make his own bid for the presidency.

“I think ultimately, that first I have to make the decision that that’s what I want to do, that that’s the best place for me to serve the country at this time. And then I think that’s why you have a primary. And that’s the greatness about our system of government in comparison to what they have in Cuba, for example, where they don’t get to choose their leaders,” he said.

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“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” Tops Box Office in Opening Weekend

“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” Tops Box Office in Opening Weekend

Warner Bros.(LOS ANGELES) -- The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies topped the box office in its first weekend.

The latest Lord of the Rings installment brought in $56.22 million between Friday and Sunday. The fantasy film stars Martin Freeman, Orland Bloom, Ian McKellen, Richard Armitage, Lee Pace, Luke Evans, and Evangeline Lilly.

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, which also opened this weekend, came in second earning $17.3 million, while Annie debuted in third with $16.3 million.

Here are the weekend's top films according to boxofficemojo.com:

1. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies: $56.22 million2. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb: $17.3 million3. Annie: $16.3 million4. Exodus: Gods and Kings: $8.065 million5. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1: $7.75 million6. Wild: $4.15 million7. Top Five: $3.57 million8. Big Hero 6: $3.563 million9. Penguins of Madagascar: $3.525 million10. P.K.:$3.50 million

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Clinton: Off Her Peak, but Still Towering

Clinton: Off Her Peak, but Still Towering

Alex Wong/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Hillary Clinton is off her peak but still overwhelmingly strong in support for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, while Elizabeth Warren has inched up in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll.

Clinton’s backed by 61 percent of Democratic and Democratic leaning independents who are registered to vote, giving her a vast advantage over potential rivals Joe Biden, at 14 percent, and Warren, the freshman U.S. senator from Massachusetts, at 13 percent.

See PDF with full results here.

Still, Clinton’s support has slipped from 69 percent in June, down by 8 points, while support for Warren is up by 6 points – not remotely enough to make it look competitive at this stage, but movement nonetheless. Biden has held essentially steady.

Warren’s been described as the darling of liberals, and indeed her support among liberals has gained 11 points since June, while Clinton’s has slipped in this group by 14 points. Nonetheless, Clinton still holds a wide 59-19 percent lead over Warren among liberals, with 12 percent for Biden. (Narrow it down to “very” liberals, combining the last two ABC/Post polls for an adequate sample size, and it’s similar – Clinton 63 percent, Warren 21, Biden 6.)

There are few if any substantive differences across groups in this poll, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates - and very little support for three others tested, Bernie Sanders, Jim Webb and Martin O’Malley. That makes it a far different-looking race from the GOP contest, in which, as reported last week, allegiances are widely scattered, with no clear leader.

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Goodbye Facebook Revolutions? Page Supporting Putin Critic Blocked

Goodbye Facebook Revolutions? Page Supporting Putin Critic Blocked

Sean Gallup/Getty Images(MOSCOW) -- Facing pressure from Russian authorities, Facebook blocked a page Saturday supporting a prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin.

A page urging Russians to attend a rally in support of opposition leader Alexey Navalny was unavailable after Russia's media watchdog reportedly requested that Facebook take it down because it promoted an unauthorized mass gathering.

On Friday, Navalny was in court facing what he says are trumped up corruption charges aimed at silencing Putin's opponents. Prosecutors are seeking to put him in prison for 10 years. During his closing argument, Navalny issued a stinging rebuke of Putin's government.

The Facebook page called on Russians to attend a rally in Navalny's defense on Jan. 15, the day of his sentencing hearing. By the time it had been blocked, more than 12,000 people said they planned to attend.


The new world is here people, it’s brave. Russians publicize unsanctioned rally by “warning” people against attending pic.twitter.com/5wgbONBQTx

— Kevin Rothrock (@KevinRothrock) December 20, 2014


A spokesman for Facebook said there was no comment on the blockage of the page.

The social network had been a popular platform for Russians to organize during a winter of anti-government protests three years ago. It played a similar role during the Arab Spring, when it was hailed as a free and open tool for oppressed masses to communicate.

That era may now be over.

Facebook has been keen to grow its user base in Russia, one of the few countries in the world where a local social network, in this case VKontakte, has more members.

Yet Russian authorities have become increasingly wary of social media and have sought to control it. Facebook says it blocked 29 pieces of content in Russia during the first half of this year due to requests from the government, compared to just four during the previous six months.

VKontakte has also faced strong pressure. The site's founder, Pavel Durov, defied repeated requests from Russian authorities to provide information on users. Durov eventually left the company and temporarily fled the country as the pressure intensified. VKontakte is now controlled by Putin allies.

Foreign websites, including Facebook and Twitter, are facing a looming deadline to store their data on Russian servers in accordance with new Russian legislation. A representative from Twitter recently visited Moscow to discuss the new requirements.

Shortly after the initial page in support of Navalny was blocked, a new event page sprung up in its place. Proving the resilience of the Internet age, within a few hours nearly 10,000 people had already pledged to attend.

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US Seeks Help from China with Korean Hackers

US Seeks Help from China with Korean Hackers

Sony / Columbia(WASHINGTON) -- The United States has asked for the cooperation of China to help combat the destructive cyber-attack on U.S. information systems the government says was carried out by North Korea. The attack has created fears of attacks in the U.S. and caused Sony to pull the Dec. 25 release of The Interview.

“We have discussed this issue with the Chinese to share information, express our concerns about this attack, and to ask for their cooperation. In our cybersecurity discussions, both China and the United States have expressed the view that conducting destructive attacks in cyberspace is outside the norms of appropriate cyber behavior,” a senior administration official told ABC News on Saturday.

In a rare official statement, released Friday, the FBI blamed North Korea as the force behind the cyber-attack.

“North Korea’s actions were intended to inflict significant harm on a U.S. business and suppress the right of American citizens to express themselves,” the statement said. “Such acts of intimidation fall outside the bounds of acceptable state behavior.”

President Obama has promised a response, saying the North Koreans have caused significant damage.

“We will respond,” Obama said. “We will respond proportionally, and we’ll respond in a place and time and manner that we choose.”

The decision to seek help from China comes a day after the president said Sony made a “mistake” and wishes Sony had spoken with him before deciding to cancel the planned release of the movie.

“Sony is a corporation. It suffered significant damage. There were threats against its employees. I’m sympathetic to the concerns that they faced. Having said all that, yes I think they made a mistake,” Obama said.

Sony says it is actively surveying alternatives to release the movie on a different platform, as it is still their hope that those who want to see the movie with have the opportunity to do so.

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Elton John and David Furnish Are Married

Elton John and David Furnish Are Married

Jason Kempin/Getty Images for EJAF(LONDON) -- After more than 20 years together, Elton John and his partner David Furnish are married!

The music icon shared the news on Instagram:


That's the legal bit done. Now on to the ceremony! #ShareTheLove @DavidFurnish

Фото опубликовано Elton John (@eltonjohn) Дек 12, 2014 at 3:20 PST


The couple, who have been together since 1993, are already parents to Zachary Jackson Levon Furnish-John, who will be 4 years old this Christmas, and Elijah Joseph Daniel Furnish-John, 23 months.

A law passed earlier this year in England allowing same-sex marriage and the Grammy winner has always been open about his relationship with Furnish, telling Parade magazine in 2010 that he "was attracted to David immediately."

He regaled the magazine on how they met.

“In 1993 I went back to my house in Windsor for a while. I wanted meet new people so I rang up a friend in London and said, ‘Could you please rattle some new people together for dinner here Saturday?’” John told Parade. "[David] was very well dressed, very shy. The next night we had dinner. After it, we consummated our relationship. We fell in love very quickly.”

John added that to keep that spark in their relationship, "Every Saturday for 16 years, we’ve sent each other a card, no matter where we are in the world, to say how much we love each other.”

The couple famously already entered into a civil partnership in 2005.

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Lance Bass Marries Michael Turchin

Lance Bass Marries Michael Turchin

Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Lance Bass is a married man!

The former 'N Sync star, host and producer, 35, married Michael Turchin in Los Angeles Saturday, People magazine reported.

According to People, the couple married at the Park Plaza Hotel.

Earlier this week, Bass couldn't contain his excitement, tweeting, "Heading to Santa Barbara to do a our walk through of the wedding at the venue!! Ahhhhhh! #LanceLovesMichael."

He added that the rings arrived on Thursday.


The rings just arrived!! #LanceLovesMichael 2 more sleeps!!!!! http://t.co/ozNXIp3qBw

— Lance Bass (@LanceBass) December 18, 2014


Bass and the artists got engaged last September and shortly after, he spoke to ABC News about what to expect from his grand wedding.

"I love a party. It's going to be nice and big and over the top," he said. "We're wanting all of our guests to come completely over the top, high fashion like you're heading to the MET Ball or the Royal Wedding."

Bass also said the wedding was filmed by E! for a special to air early next year.

"The network is doing the first celebrity, gay wedding, which is such an honor to be a part of," he said. "It's almost 2015, and we are just now having the first gay wedding special on television. As a little kid from Mississippi, I would have loved to have seen something like that go down on TV, so that I knew nothing was wrong with me."

Bass revealed last year the couple hadn't fought once in their years together.

"I think it's just the universe telling me he's the one," he said.

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Flu Widespread in 29 States

Flu Widespread in 29 States

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Flu season is gaining steam.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting widespread flu activity in 29 states--twice as many states as last week.

Hospitalizations are increasing and 11 children have died from the virus.

Maryland State Health Secretary Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, whose state is one of those impacted, says, "It happens every year. There's always a point where enough people get it and the virus is very infectious and it can be transmitted from person to person before the illness starts."

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Muhammad Ali Hospitalized with Mild Case of Pneumonia

Muhammad Ali Hospitalized with Mild Case of Pneumonia

Jay Reilly/Getty Images(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) -- Boxing legend Muhammad Ali was hospitalized with a mild case of pneumonia on Saturday night.

Doctors caught the pneumonia early enough for Ali to be in stable condition, family spokesman Bob Gunnell said.

"Muhammad Ali who suffers from Parkinson's Disease is being treated by his team of doctors and is in stable condition," Gunnel told ABC News Radio.

Gunnell would not release where Ali is being hospitalized and no other details are being released due to the Ali family's request for privacy.

"Because the pneumonia was caught early, his prognosis is good, with a short hospital stay expected," Gunnel continued.

Ali, 72, retired from boxing in 1981 and his last public appearance was at the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards in September.

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Lions Prepare for Bears QB Jimmy Clausen

Lions Prepare for Bears QB Jimmy Clausen

Leon Halip/Getty Images(DETROIT) -- The Lions (10-4) enter Sunday's game against the Bears tied with the Green Bay Packers for first place in the NFC North.

Chicago announced this week that they benched quarterback Jay Cutler and are going with backup Jimmy Clausen, who hasn't made a start since 2010.

Lions head coach Jim Caldwell said on Friday that with the news coming on Thursday, the team still had a chance to prepare for it.

"We heard fairly early, so we had a chance to take a look at him," Caldwell said. "There's always still a question of whether they'll do the same things that they've been doing with him."

"So, they'll certainly be a bit of an unknown there but we certainly have a chance," Caldwell continued. "There's enough tape on him in preseason and things of that nature to get a good look at him."

Caldwell said that despite Clausen's little experience as a starter, their defense will be ready for him.

"This year we've had a couple backup quarterbacks that have stepped in and played pretty well against us," Caldwell said. "Obvious (Drew) Stanton played pretty well and (Kyle) Orton stepped in and played extremely well. We're guarded about all that stuff, we're trying to make sure that we're functioning as well as we possibly can.

"It doesn't matter, if he's got on a uniform in the National Football League, that guy can play, they can make some things happen."

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Ron Rivera on Newton Starting: ‘Pointing in the Right Direction’

Ron Rivera on Newton Starting: ‘Pointing in the Right Direction’

Streeter Lecka/Getty Images(CHARLOTTE) -- Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is probable for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns, head coach Ron Rivera said on Friday.

Newton sat out last week's game after he had minor injuries due to a car crash, but is doing his best to be ready come game time.

"Everything is pointing in the right direction," Rivera said. "He did a lot of turning and twisting today. We put a lot of pressure on him, did some things on purpose so we could see, and he seems to be right on track.""He did really well today in terms of the amount of stress we put on him," Rivera continued.  "He's done a nice job and has a good handle on what we want to do. I like the way he practiced. Everything is positive."

The Panthers want Newton to be close to 100 percent before they choose him over Derek Anderson, who led them to a 19-17 win over the Buccaneers.

"They both bring a lot to the table," Rivera said of his two quarterbacks, "but Cam brings that extra dimension with his ability to run. That was big for us against New Orleans. He had a really good rhythm, and we're hoping he can recapture some of that."

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Spurs’ Forward Kawhi Leonard has Torn Ligament in Right Hand

Spurs’ Forward Kawhi Leonard has Torn Ligament in Right Hand

Andy Lyons/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The San Antonio Spurs will be without one of their best players for a little while as forward Kawhi Leonard has a torn ligament in his right hand, and it is unknown when he'll return.

Leonard must wait for swelling to reside before considering returning.

Not as bad as it sounds,” he said. “I should be back soon,” Leonard said via Mike Monroe of the San Antonio Express-News said.

There is some speculation/hope that Leonard will only miss a few games, which would be best-cast scenario for the team.

Leonard is the reigning NBA Finals MVP and a key cog of the team's offense as well as defense.

In 22 games this season, Leonard is averaging 15.2 points and 7.6 rebounds per game. Since his rookies year during the 2011-2012 season, Leonard's points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks per game have improved each season.

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Marlins Trade Third Baseman Casey McGehee to the Giants

Marlins Trade Third Baseman Casey McGehee to the GiantsMike McGinnis/Getty Images(SAN FRANCISCO) -- The San Francisco Giants have found their replacement for former third baseman Pablo Sandoval as the team has acquired Casey McGehee from the Miami Marlins. In exahcange for McGehee, the Giants are sending t...

State Department Issues World Travel Alert

State Department Issues World Travel Alert

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- The State Department issued a travel alert for the world on Friday.

The alert reminds Americans to be "extra cautious" when they travel. The alert, which expires in March, also tells Americans to "maintain a very high level of vigilance, and take appropriate steps to enhance their personal security."

The alert is allegedly prompted by the lone wolf attack in Sydney earlier this week.

According to a State Department official, a similar warning was issued in August 2013 to warn U.S. citizens of the potential for terrorist attacks, specifically in the Middle East and North Africa. That month there was a large car bomb explosion in Beirut.

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Australian Woman Arrested for Fatally Stabbing Eight Children

Australian Woman Arrested for Fatally Stabbing Eight Children

iStock/Thinkstock(SYDNEY) -- Following the discovery of eight children's bodies in an Australian home Friday morning, police have arrested the woman who was found injured at the scene. Police confirm that the woman who was found with stab wounds to her head and neck has been arrested in her Cairns hospital bed.

Detective Inspector Bruno Asnicar said, "We will look at everybody and anybody that we need to look at and there might be at a point later down the road, we'll be talking to more people, we may even have more persons of interest."The victims ranged in age from 18 months to 15 years. Seven of them were the suspect's children and the eighth was her niece.

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Turkey Issues Arrest Warrant for US-Based Islamic Cleric Fethullah Gülen

Turkey Issues Arrest Warrant for US-Based Islamic Cleric Fethullah Gülen

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- An Islamic Turkish cleric who has become a critical voice against Turkey's leadership is now wanted Turkey, but is in exile in the United States.

Turkish officials say an arrest warrant has been issued for U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gülen, who lives in eastern Pennsylvania in self-imposed exile.

Charges include leading a criminal organization and an "armed terrorist group."

Gülen was a one-time supporter of Turkish President Recep Tayipp Erdogan. However, the President blames Gülen for orchestrating a corruption scandal last year that implicated Erdogan, his allies, and his family.

The warrant for Gülen follows the recent detention of dozens of journalists and other supporters of the cleric on similar charges.

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