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Planned Parenthood is celebrating a win at the U.S. Supreme Court. The nation's highest court said they won't hear an appeal from lawmakers in Louisiana and Kansas who are aiming to cut funding to Planned Parenthood through Medicaid. Planned Parenthood is known for providing women's healthcare and abortions.        Airports in the Southeast are working to resume normal activities following a massive snow storm this weekend. Employees at airports from Georgia to Virginia worked to clear taxiways and runways in addition to keeping planes de-iced. According to FlightAware, more than 900 flights have been cancelled with thousands more facing delays.        President Trump is determining who his next chief of staff will be. Trump promised he'd make a decision soon on who will replace the outgoing Chief of Staff John Kelly. Over the weekend, top contender Nick Ayers, who is Vice President Pence's Chief of Staff, took himself out of the running.        France wants the United States to refrain from interfering in their politics. On Sunday, the French foreign minister said France doesn't take domestic American politics into account and America should do the same for France. On Saturday, Trump said the Paris Climate Agreement is connected to protests over a plan to raise French fuel taxes.        NYPD officials are investigating after cops were seen ripping a baby from a woman's arms in Brooklyn. Cellphone video from bystanders shows people screaming as the cops yank the child away from a mother lying on the floor of a social services office. Authorities say cops were called Friday after staff at the facility were unable to get the baby away from the woman.        Screen legend Kirk Douglas is celebrating a huge milestone with his family. Douglas turned 102 yesterday. His daughter-in-law, Oscar-winning actress Katherine Zeta-Jones posted a video on Instagram wishing "Happy 102nd birthday to the most beautiful man." The video includes a slide show of family photos and video clips showing the star of Spartacus and more than 90 movies and TV shows.