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Fey and Amy Poehler, hosting their final Golden Globes, drew awkward groans and nervous laughs when they launched into dueling Cosby impressions.
According to People magazine, the 59-year-old cringes at the notion of being considered a “prude.”
Passengers were told to keep the doors shut as the train filled up with smoke. Some people lay down near the ground to breathe better, while others passed around a water bottle to moisten scarves held around their mouths and noses.
The man, Michael Robert Hoyt, was taken to a hospital for psychiatric evaluation. A .380 handgun was recovered from his residence.
The State of the Union will be delivered by Obama on Jan. 20.
The deadly raid is the latest in a series of police responses to recent terror attacks in France, which left 17 dead.
On Sunday, more than 3.5 million people joined together in solidarity throughout France, in the largest-ever rally in the European country’s history.
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