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Connecticut woman killed in Queens crash, husband suspected of drunk driving

The woman -- who was not wearing a seatbelt and sustained severe head and body trauma -- was taken to Jamaica University Hospital Medical Center.
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Mikaela Shiffrin equals Ingemar Stenmark's record with 46th World Cup slalom win
Skiing star Mikaela Shiffrin equaled Ingemar Stenmark's record for the most World Cup wins in a single discipline on Sunday as she claimed the 46th slalom victory of her career.
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What They Never Tell You Happens When You Get Your Semen Analyzed
I spent $255 to face down an existential nightmare
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Lincoln Riley's move from Oklahoma to USC 'genius,' Heisman Trophy winner says
Lincoln Riley got some praise for his decision to jet for USC and take the head coaching reins after a few years at Oklahoma from former NFL star and Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III.
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Lydia Ko: 'Sometimes results are so overrated,' says former world No. 1
The 24-year-old Lydia Ko has had more success than most golfers can imagine.
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Walmart Cyber Monday Tech Deals: Prices Slashed on Apple Watch, Cell Phones and Smart TVs
Walmart's Cyber Monday event is now live, offering huge savings on gaming laptops, Samsung phones, Apple Watches, earbuds and more. Here are the best deals.
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Elderly Dog Unable to Jump on the Bed Learns to Use Stairs, Melts Hearts Online
The heartwarming video clip shows 16-year-old pet dog Weeble being trained on the easy way to access its owner's bed.
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On This Day: 29 November 2005
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal and director Ang Lee premiered the award-winning "Brokeback Mountain" in Hollywood. (Nov. 29)      
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Who Is Maurene Comey? James Comey's Daughter Is Lead Prosecutor in Ghislaine Maxwell Trial
Maurene Comey, assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, is one of the lead prosecutors in the case against Jeffrey Epstein's aide.
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Three-bedroom, two-bathroom single-family house in Fort Washington, Md., lists for $395,000
AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | The house was updated in 2015 with a new roof, kitchen appliances, kitchen and bathroom cabinets, water heater, washer and dryer.
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WFT-Seahawks preview: Washington’s ascending defense faces a struggling Russell Wilson
The Washington Football Team will seek its third straight victory Monday night against the Seattle Seahawks at FedEx Field.
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WFT-Seahawks preview: Washington’s ascending defense faces a struggling Russell Wilson
The Washington Football Team will seek its third straight victory Monday night against the Seattle Seahawks at FedEx Field.
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As Iran’s Nuclear Talks Resume, the West Needs to Understand Who It’s Dealing With
A systemic change is well under way in the Islamic Republic, whose consequences should alarm the U.S. and its allies
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AP Top Stories November 29 A
Here's the latest for Monday November 29th: COVID-19 omicron variant found in more countries; Flooding in Washington state; Major abortion rights case goes to Supreme Court; Jewish festival of Hannukah begins.      
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Lydia Ko's journey back to the top
Two-time major winner Lydia Ko was on top of the golfing world, but then the wins dried up and her ranking dropped. But now, the Kiwi golfer is on the up, in the world top 10 again and looking to make a big impact on the sport again.
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A New Zealand politician rode her bike to the hospital while in labor. She gave birth an hour later.
“I genuinely wasn’t planning to cycle in labour, but it did end up happening,” Julie Anne Genter, an avid cyclist and member of New Zealand’s Green Party, wrote on social media.
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Jussie Smollett's Trial Begins as Actor Faces Charges He Faked Racist Attack
Former "Empire" star Jussie Smollett has been accused of orchestrating an alleged racist and homophobic attack on himself in Chicago almost three years ago.
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13 omicron cases in Portuguese soccer team
Portuguese health authorities said Monday they have identified 13 cases of omicron, the new coronavirus variant believed to be more contagious, among team members of a professional soccer club.
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Family Finds Snake Wrapped Around Car Mirror: 'Forget Fluffy Dice'
The coastal carpet python, which can reach up to four meters in length, slithered into the car through a window that had been left ajar.
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5 Best Anime and Manga Cyber Monday 2021 Deals
Funimation, Barnes and Noble and Amazon have brought out even more deals and special offers on anime gifts just in time for Cyber Monday.
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The Omicron Variant Is Creating a Lot of Anxiety
The Omicron variant is creating a lot of anxiety.
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From vaccine mandates to abortion to insurrection probes, key court fights could shape Biden's legacy
Coming off the Thanksgiving holiday, the Biden administration enters a legal crucible as several high-profile lawsuits that carry significant consequences for President Joe Biden's legacy get key hearings in court.
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Fatal Hit-and-Run Suspect Arrested After Witness Follows Vehicle From Scene
The Tacoma Police Department thanked the witness for following the driver from the scene of the collision.
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US needs weeks to learn about omicron's transmissibility, Fauci says; WHO gathers for special session: COVID-19 updates
The US needs weeks to learn more about the omicron variant and the WHO tries to create an international treaty for future pandemic responses. Updates.      
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Biden's infrastructure law mandates technology in new vehicles to stop drunk drivers. How would it work?
The bipartisan infrastructure law instructs regulators to develop requirements for automakers to include anti-drunk driving technology in new cars.       
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Avelo Airlines: What it's like to fly the new budget airline
The budget carrier started flights from California in April and recently expanded to the busy Connecticut-Florida corridor.       
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How Black tech entrepreneurs are tackling health care's race gap
Determined to improve the way doctors connect with their patients, a new wave of innovators are using technology to match people of color with culturally competent professionals.
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Saudi Arabia and China are accused of using sports to cover up human rights abuse
Saudi Arabia has invested hundreds of millions of dollars to stage high-profile sporting events. Critics say those investments are an attempt by the kingdom to cover up human rights violations.
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Recycled water can boost sustainable agriculture — if we get over the ‘yuck’ factor
Our research found ways to overcome farmers’ concerns about the safety of recycled water.
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D.C.-area forecast: Cold air is back through Tuesday, but milder by Thursday
60 degrees is possible later this week
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Democrats go on the offense with Biden's agenda to avoid a repeat of Obamacare battle
The Build Back Better agenda is the largest expansion of the social safety net in decades. Democrats say they learned from the debate over the Affordable Care Act and are selling their bills sooner.
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Kam Curl, cerebral and steady, has become an integral part of Washington’s defense
The seventh-round pick has stood out during his second season.
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What I Learned Testing My Dog’s DNA
There are some mysteries that even genetic science can’t explain.
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The Women Who Died After Abortion Bans
It should not take a high-profile death to expose just how much is at risk when medicine is hamstrung by politics, religion or culture.
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‘Self Defense’ Is Becoming Meaningless in a Flood of Guns
More guns, no matter in whose hands, will create more standoffs, more intimidation, more death sanctioned in the eyes of the law.
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Emily Ratajkowski Doesn’t Want You to Look Away
The model on wielding beauty and power in the age of Instagram.
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Virgil Abloh’s wondrous success
Abloh wasn’t interested in blowing up the fashion system. He was simply looking to blow open the door.
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Donald Trump Must Have a Diabolical Plan, Officials Assumed. But There Was No Plan
In this daily series, Newsweek explores the steps that led to the January 6 Capitol Riot.
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Kam Curl, cerebral and steady, has become an integral part of Washington’s defense
The seventh-round pick has stood out during his second season.
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Potential travel delays for this Cyber Monday
Potential travel delays for the Great Lakes with snow and cold, the Gulf Coast with dense fog and the Northwest with heavy rain. At least you will be able to distract from travel stress with Cyber Monday deals and CNN Meteorologist Pederam Javaheri's forecast.
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US health officials urge more vaccinations as they work to answer 3 key questions about the new Omicron variant
US health officials are urging Americans not to be complacent and to use every tool at their disposal to prepare for the Omicron variant of Covid-19, which was recently deemed a "variant of concern" by the World Health Organization (WHO).
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Video of Anthony Fauci Laughing Off Calls for His Prosecution Viewed Over 1M Times
Fauci has said that attacking him has an "anti-science" flavour to it as he discussed the animosity towards him from Republicans.
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COVID-19 live updates: WHO says overall global risk of omicron variant is 'very high'
As the COVID-19 pandemic has swept the globe, more than 5.2 million people have died from the disease worldwide, including over 776,000 Americans.
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All the Stars Taking Part in the 2021 'CMA Country Christmas' on ABC
Country music stars are arriving to perform on ABC to kickstart your Christmas 2021. Here's a list of who's performing and how to watch.
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Donald Trump Challenges Anyone to a Debate on Election Fraud: 'Will Be a Ratings Bonanza'
"It will be a ratings bonanza for television," said the former president in a statement.
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Deer are consuming the world's largest organism, killing off its opportunity for growth
In the Wasatch Mountains of the western US on the slopes above a spring-fed lake, there dwells a single giant organism that provides an entire ecosystem on which plants and animals have relied for thousands of years. Found in my home state of Utah, "Pando" is a 106-acre stand of quaking aspen clones.
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How to build a habit in 5 steps, according to science
Utilizing scientific research can help you be more successful at creating new habits and sticking to them.
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Rush for 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Tickets Sparks Wave of Jokes, Memes
Tickets to see the highly anticipated MCU blockbuster are now a red-hot commodity.
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Will Beto O'Rourke Capitalize on Matthew McConaughey Withdrawing From Texas Governor Race?
A recent poll suggested Texans would choose McConaughey over O'Rourke by 49 percent to 27 percent if the actor ran for governor.
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