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La AppGallery de España sigue creciendo, ofreciendo una mayor variedad de apps de calidad y relevancia a los usuarios españoles. En reconocimiento de sus socios comprometidos en España, AppGallery ha demostrado el poder del marketing regional para tres de sus apps más populares.
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Top Trump Defenders Join Growing List of Republicans That Have Accepted Biden's Win
"I voted for President Trump," tweeted Louisiana Republican Senator Bill Cassidy in November, "but Joe Biden won."
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Initial vaccine distribution will cover fraction of health care workers
Pfizer's first tranche of vaccines will be delivered on December 15.
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Yet another mysterious monolith appears — this time in California
Eerie things come in threes? Yet another monolith has appeared — this time in California. The mysterious silver structure — similar to ones recently found in Utah and Romania — was spotted by locals Wednesday morning atop Pine Mountain in Atascadero, a city in San Luis Obispo County. Gary Lyons, a regular runner and hiker...
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CNN liberal apologists caught burying The Post’s Hunter Biden exposé: Devine
The collusion of mainstream media and Big Tech to censor The Post’s Hunter Biden story now is laid bare in leaked recordings of CNN’s news meetings from the time. CNN boss Jeff Zucker is heard instructing his staff to downplay the bombshell story which implicated Joe Biden in a shady foreign-influence peddling scheme, according to...
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Tucker Carlson Doesn't Think Fauci Should Work in Public Policy Ever Again
Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Wednesday insisted that Dr. Anthony Fauci would "never work in public policy again" in a "well functioning society" over his early comments about China's information sharing during the initial outbreak of COVID-19.
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Leaked Files Show Trump's Ability To Alter Census May Come Down To The Wire
The Census Bureau may not be able to finish putting together a key census count before President Trump's term ends, internal documents obtained by the House Oversight Committee confirm.
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Trump's Job Approval Rating Ticks Up After He Takes Credit for Vaccine Development: Poll
The rise also occurred as Trump continued to make unproven allegations of widespread voter fraud that, he says, cost him the election.
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Jarrett Allen is aware of his precarious Nets position
This isn’t just a huge season for Nets center Jarrett Allen, but a pivotal month.  Allen may get his first real shot at a title. But he’s also competing against the veteran he was benched for last season, waiting to see if he gets a contract extension by the deadline, and finds his name in...
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Giants would be worthy playoff hosts — even with losing record: Pete Carroll
Imagine if what takes place Sunday in Seattle is a precursor to another Giants-Seahawks meeting later on in the playoffs, only this time, the game takes place at MetLife Stadium.  Imagine the Seahawks, currently 8-3, finishing 10-6 and in second place in the NFC West and having to travel across the country to face the...
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The Darkest Stretch of the Pandemic Is Here
On Wednesday, the United States blew by two grim pandemic milestones. The country recorded a record 195,695 coronavirus cases and reported 100,226 hospitalizations, passing the 100,000 mark for the first time according to the COVID Tracking Project at The Atlantic. While the 2,733 deaths on Wednesday did not break the all-time record, it was the first day since May with more than 2,500 deaths, as well as the second-most of any day so far. (By the New York Times’s methodology, today was the highest coronavirus death toll on record.)These shocking numbers came on the same day that CDC director Robert Redfield warned that this winter could be “the most difficult time in the public-health history of this nation” and as public-health experts await signs of a post-Thanksgiving surge. Some of today’s increase can be attributed to the numbers catching up after an expected holiday data lag, but it’s also reflective of a bad reality that is poised to get a lot worse as pandemic winter comes into view.Daily case numbers and death tolls can exaggerate short-term trends because the numbers can be volatile; hospitalizations much less so. The reasons are pretty simple. Case numbers depend on people deciding to get tested, and there’s evidence that demand for tests increased right before Thanksgiving before quickly falling off on and right after Thanksgiving Day. The labs that process the tests slowed down at the same time. Death counts also decreased during the holiday, just as they have slowed on weekends throughout the pandemic. Hospitalizations take no such break because of their urgency: People have less choice in seeking treatment for severe cases than in getting tested, and hospitals have to take those patients as they arrive.These patterns are evident in the data over the past week. Daily cases were at 194,804 on November 27, fell to 135,172 on November 29, and now are back over 195,000. Daily deaths were at 2,288 on November 25, 803 on November 29, and now over 2,700. But hospitalizations have been far steadier: They hit 90,481 on November 26, declined to 89,834 on November 27, and have increased each day since to break 100,000.That’s why hospitalizations are a good number to watch for the most stable view of the situation. As the numbers start to straighten out, we’ll soon have a sense of the magnitude of the post-Thanksgiving surge. (Any surge in cases will be apparent in the coming days, while a surge in deaths may not be clear until the beginning of the new year.) But the hospitalization trend is the clearest, especially at this particular moment, and the trend is very bad. Today’s new case and death numbers tell the same story, even keeping in mind that they reflect inevitable delays in reporting: A harsh winter is only just beginning.
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How YOLO will Trump go?
There are not Republicans and Democrats this month. There are people who buy President Donald Trump's conspiracy theories and those who don't. Those who don't have less and less patience for their former allies.
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Donald Trump retweeted a photo of this Nevada doctor and called it 'fake.' Here's the doctor's response.
Dr. Jacob Keeperman never expected his tweet to blow up on social media after it got hijacked by President Donald Trump.       
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UCLA community remembers Rafer Johnson, 'the greatest of all Bruins'
The 1960 Olympics champion in the decathlon was a regular at UCLA sporting events. "We've really lost a legend," said former athletic director Dan Guerrero.
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Olympic fans from abroad may have health tracked by app
TOKYO — A mobile app could be among the measures used to track the health of fans from abroad if they are permitted to attend next year’s Tokyo Olympics. An interim report on contingencies for holding the Tokyo Games was released on Wednesday. It was compiled by the Japanese government, the Tokyo city government and...
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CNN 10 - December 3, 2020
December 3, 2020
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‘Out of touch’ Bill Clinton didn’t know what ‘Friends’ show was, ex-aide says
Former President Bill Clinton was so “out of touch” with reality he didn’t even know what the Emmy award-winning show “Friends” was about, an ex-adviser revealed. Doug Band, in a tell-all interview with Vanity Fair published Wednesday, claimed that working for the Clintons felt like being in a “cult” he found difficult to get out...
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'The Masked Singer' Eliminations: Which 3 Celebrity Identities Were Revealed on Season 4 Semi-Finals
Season 4 contestants Seahorse, Jellyfish and Popcorn were eliminated on "The Masked Singer" on Wednesday.
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'The wettest day ever': At least 6 people missing, homes destroyed after record-breaking Southeast Alaska rainstorm
Multiple precipitation records were broken Tuesday across Southeast Alaska, including a single-day rainfall record from 1946, the NWS said.        
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'The Masked Singer' recap: Popcorn, Jellyfish and Seahorse unmasked in heated semi-finals
Six contestants remained at the start of "The Masked Singer" on Wednesday — but only three moved on to the finale. Here's everything that went down.        
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MMA Junkie's 'Submission of the Month' for November: The 'McKee-otine'
With another action-packed month of MMA in the books, MMA Junkie looks at the best submission from November 2020.       Related StoriesBellator re-signs three standouts, adds two newcomers to rosterMMA Junkie's 'Knockout of the Month' for November: A 30-second starchingHoliday countdown: The UFC's 24 best year-end fights of all time 
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NYPD believe they’ve found missing Staten Island doctor
After weeks of searching, police believe they have located the body of a missing doctor in a Staten Island park, The New York Post has learned.
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Election officials face death threats
Amid false claims of fraud by President Trump, election officials, many of them Republicans, face death threats, from Philadelphia to Arizona to Georgia.
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Yankees let go of Jonathan Holder in MLB free agency
While the Yankees chose to make a pricey commitment to Gary Sanchez, one veteran didn’t survive the cut on tender day. The Yankees announced Wednesday night that they didn’t offer reliever Jonathan Holder a contract, making him a free agent. Holder, 27, posted a 4.98 ERA in 18 regular-season games for the 2020 Yankees and...
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Cuomo explains why CNN won't air Trump's 46-minute speech
CNN's Chris Cuomo slams Republicans who continue to empower President Donald Trump and his continued misleading claims about the election.
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Barr had 'intense' meeting with Trump after AG undercut voter fraud claims: Sources
Attorney General Bill Barr had an unscheduled meeting with President Trump Tuesday following an interview in which he disputed the president's claims of election fraud.
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Grinch steals citrus-scented fir tree from Ohio landscaper
A thief in Ohio may have a summery smelling Christmas this year.
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CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield Calls Again for In-School Learning
The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) repeated his call for schools to open for in-person learning, asserting that schools are not a major cause of coronavirus contagion.
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CNN10 - 12/3/20
A challenging call for American medical advisers, the use of facial recognition technology for humans and bears, and a mysterious monolith are today's topics.
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Kaley Cuoco addresses Margot Robbie feud rumors
Both stars portray comic book character, Harley Quinn, in different projects.
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Three alleged gang members charged with killing Gardena man
Three men are charged with killing a 29-year-old man, a crime prosecutors contend was committed to raise the defendants' standing in the Gardena-13 street gang.
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'Mad Max' actor Hugh Keays-Byrne dead at 73
"Mad Max" and "Mad Max: Fury Road" actor Hugh Keays-Byrne died on Wednesday, his rep confirmed.
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L.A. police chief says city officials are 'seriously contemplating' laying off police officers
Los Angeles faces a projected budget deficit expected to reach or exceed $600 million. Last month, the police union declined to return to the bargaining table, saying city leaders should look elsewhere for cuts.
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Census officials discovered data issues that could delay its completion, internal documents show
Census Bureau officials discovered data issues while working through 2020 Census responses, which include several "high complexity" problems and threaten to delay completion of a key tally until February, according to a new set of internal Census documents shared by House Democrats on Wednesday.
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Daily Beast ripped for tying Gov. Kristi Noem to grandmother's death over COVID response despite negative test
An article published this week by The Daily Beast has been widely criticized for seeming to blame South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem for the death of her own grandmother. 
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L.A. mayor announces $800 stipends for food service workers
Mayor Eric Garcetti said 4,000 food service workers will get a one-time $800 stipend to help with the losses suffered by the industry during the pandemic.
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Pressure intensifies as Biden weighs final Cabinet picks
The president-elect is facing significant pressure from competing elements of the Democratic Party to fill remaining Cabinet positions and other senior government posts with minority nominees.
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Rockets trade Russell Westbrook to Wizards in exchange for John Wall: reports
The Houston Rockets are shipping former NBA MVP Russell Westbrook to the Washington Wizards in exchange for John Wall and a first-round draft pick, according to multiple reports.
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Staten Island bar co-owner speaks out after arrest for defying New York COVID-19 orders
The co-owner of a Staten Island bar spoke to "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Wednesday, hours after he was arrested and accused of disorderly conduct for remaining inside his pub when it was supposed to be shuttered under New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's "orange zone" coronavirus orders.
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Chelsea Clinton ‘hated’ her father’s ex-chief aide, Doug Band, report claims
Chelsea Clinton reportedly grew to despise her father’s longtime former right-hand man, Doug Band, whom she felt was more like a son to the former president than his chief aide. The two were not always estranged — at times treating each other as family. But the relationship, Band told Vanity Fair, imploded when Chelsea Clinton...
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In California: Prisons report record high COVID-19 infections. And porpoises bounce back.
Plus: Oakland bans natural gas in new residential and commercial buildings. LeBron signs a contract extension with the Lakers. And porpoises bounce back.        
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Consulting firm linked to Biden's cabinet scrubs China work from website
WestExec, a Washington, D.C. consulting firm, has reportedly scrubbed its work with China from its website as its history receives more scrutiny in the lead-up to Joe Biden’s presidency.
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Elfrid Payton looking to silence doubters as Knicks’ starting point guard
The biggest surprise of Knicks president Leon Rose’s modest free-agent signings late last month was Elfrid Payton returning after the Knicks declined his $8 million team option.  But it was no surprise to Payton, the Knicks’ starting point guard most of last season and a client of Rose’s former Creative Artists Agency.  “From the beginning...
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Ex-Bill Clinton confidante: former prez saw Hillary’s career as a threat
Former President Bill Clinton may have seen his wife’s Oval Office ambitions as a threat, a one-time top adviser said in a blistering new interview. Longtime Bubba confidante Doug Band dished to Vanity Fair about Clinton’s oftentimes unhinged behavior on the 2008 primary campaign trail — saying he thinks the outbursts were caused by a...
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Los Angeles County coronavirus surge could lead to ICU bed shortages
Los Angeles County health officials are warning that if the surge of new coronavirus cases continues, they fear some hospitals will run out of ICU beds in the next four weeks. CBS Los Angeles' Tom Wait reports.
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Cubs non-tender one-time Yankees target Kyle Schwarber
A one-time New York Yankees target is back on the market again. Kyle Schwarber, part of the Chicago Cubs’ World Series-winning team in 2016, was non-tendered Wednesday. Nevertheless, there is a chance the Cubs could bring back the 27-year-old left fielder, according to NBC Chicago. The Yankees in 2019 engaged in talks with the Cubs...
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Whitney Houston wanted to make a ‘Waiting to Exhale’ sequel
Co-star Loretta Devine believes a follow-up to the 1995 hit could still happen.
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Longtime confidante says Bill Clinton visited Epstein's island, likens family's world to a 'cult'
A new story is detailing allegedly explosive confrontations and shady activities that took place with former President Bill Clinton and his family, including that he took a 2003 trip to the "pedophile" island of disgraced billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
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Watch Mark Kelly get sworn in as Arizona senator
Former astronaut Mark Kelly (D-Ariz) was sworn in as a US senator during a ceremonial event at the US Capitol after defeating Republican Sen. Martha McSally last month. CNN's Sunlen Serfaty reports.
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