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The Dish: Chef Douglass Williams on his culinary inspirations, living his "dream"
Chef Douglass Williams spent decades mastering his craft in kitchens across the globe before being highlighted as Food and Wine Magazine's best new chefs of 2020, calling him a "master of texture." Four years ago, the Atlantic City, New Jersey native bet big on himself, going from chef to chef and owner, opening his Italian-inspired restaurant Mida in Boston. He speaks to Dana Jacobson about how culinary school and a trip to Europe after high school sparked his passion for the kitchen
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Biden Expects Small Crowd at Inauguration to 'Keep America Safe'
President-elect says the unprecedented times would probably mean a lower key event when he takes the oath of office on January 20.
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Pelosi, Warren, Other Dems Hail Judge's Decision Ordering Trump Admin to Restore DACA
Many Democratic politicians tweeted their support for the New York judge's DACA ruling on reinstating the program.
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Amusement park in Japan offers ferris wheel cubicles for stunning views while working remote
As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, and people around the world brace for many more months stuck at home, people in Japan are going to great lengths to get out of the house. As Lucy Craft reports from Tokyo, for some remote workers, the sky's the limit
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Shakira drops addictive dance moves in Black Eyed Peas video ‘Girl Like Me’
"I had so much fun with this one -- hope you guys love watching as much as we did shooting!"
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Would U.S.-born citizens pass new citizenship test?
The author of the best-seller 'Don't Know Much ABout History' says most U.S.-born citizens would flunk the citizenship test.
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Adorable Instagram account Drawings For My Grandchildren is now a book
Staying in touch has been a challenge for families across the globe long before the pandemic; with so many extended families living apart, connection sometimes requires creativity. Five years ago, Korean grandparents Grandpa Chan and Grandma Marina decided to learn how to use Instagram in order to stay in touch with their family; they now...
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'Cyberpunk 2077' Reviews May Be Limited on Release Day As Codes Arrive Late
"Cyberpunk 2077" may not have many complete reviews at launch, as it sounds like press codes are coming in pretty hot. Get the full details here.
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Smerconish: Don't know much about history
The new, more difficult exam for immigrants to become citizens raises the question: how many U.S.-born citizens could pass it?
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'Parents are desperate.' Zoom Santas are cashing in
"Is the audio on?" said Mrs. Claus, leaning closer to the webcam and tapping at the iPad screen. Mr. Claus, seated to her left in front of a backdrop of a fireplace with stockings they purchased off the internet for $10, added: "Hello! Is that Jesse or James who's speaking? I can't tell because your video isn't on."
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Democrats should dump ‘defund the police’ slogan, new poll finds
Democrats should stop pressing “defund the police” and other hot-button social issues if they want to stay competitive in 2022, according to new research from longtime Democratic pollster Douglas Schoen. “The data says to me that if the Democrats go the progressive route they can lose the House and the Senate overwhelmingly in 2022,” Schoen...
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Fantasical is Apple's Mac app of the year, but would you pay $40 for a calendar?
Fantastical offers many features not seen in other calendar programs, like ability to add release dates of TV shows and sports and full moons       
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COVID-19 becomes top killer in the U.S. as hospitals fill up
Across the country, 100,000 people are in hospitals, and 11 states broke records this week for new cases reported in a single day.
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It's a record year for LGBTQ representation in holiday movies
Holiday movies are a time-honored tradition, and this season could signal that queer couples are finally getting a seat at the table.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci says healthy Americans won’t get COVID-19 vaccine until April
Dr. Anthony Fauci says healthy Americans should not expect to receive a coronavirus vaccine until April and that health care workers, the elderly and people with chronic health conditions would be prioritized. “A healthy non-elderly person with no recognizable underlying conditions, will likely start … in the end of March, early April. Once you get...
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Author Janet Evanovich on her latest Stephanie Plum best-seller
Four decades into her blockbuster career, Janet Evanovich is still pumping out best-selling books. Her most recent is the 27th book in the hugely popular Stephanie Plum series, but the first that is not directly named after a number. There was "One for the Money," "Two for the Show," and many more. The celebrated author speaks to Jeff Glor about her one of her latest efforts, "Fortune and Glory."
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Maya Wiley staying on as MSNBC expert in 2021 despite NYC mayoral run
Maya Wiley left a cushy contributor’s job at MSNBC in July so she could launch her campaign for NYC mayor, but you’d never know she exited the left-leaning network from all the airtime she continues to get. Since departing from her official role at the channel, the former counsel to Mayor de Blasio has made...
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Japanese capsule returns to Earth with important asteroid samples
Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft successfully released a small capsule on Saturday and sent it toward Earth to deliver samples from a distant asteroid that could provide clues to the origin of the solar system and life on our planet, the country’s space agency said.
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John Lennon's final interview explored in new documentary
The coming week will bring the 40th anniversary of the murder of John Lennon. The former Beatle was shot to death outside his New York City apartment on December 8, 1980. Just one day before, he sat for what would turn out to be one of his last interviews, with BBC DJ Andy Peebles. Tapes from those three hours are the basis of a new documentary, "Lennon's Last Weekend," debuting on BritBox. Anthony Mason spoke to Peebles about that day.
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Biden weighs ambassador picks amid pressure to diversify
President-elect Joe Biden's team is in the early stages of considering who to appoint as ambassadors around the world, with a handful of selections for high profile posts expected to come sometime in January, according to three sources familiar with the discussions.
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Yes, some Americans may be required to get a COVID-19 vaccine. But not by the federal government.
Will you be required to get a coronavirus vaccine? For some, the short answer is yes, but not anytime soon and not by the federal government.        
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California father arrested for allegedly decapitating his son, daughter: Police
A Lancaster, California, man has been arrested for allegedly killing and decapitating his son and daughter, police said.
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Hoops coach pleads guilty to having sex with teen sisters during erotic sleepovers
A female teacher and basketball coach in Illinois has pleaded guilty to having sleepover sex with two teen sisters and received probation.
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Gonzaga vs. Baylor prediction, line: Take Bears in No. 1 vs. No. 2 battle
t is not often that college basketball’s top two ranked teams hook up. It will happen Saturday for the 43rd time in since the advent of the AP Poll in 1948 when Baylor and Gonzaga meet in Indianapolis to try to prove their supremacy. Gonzaga and Baylor both enter averaging between 93 and 93.5 points...
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Mexico urging citizens to cancel Christmas celebrations amid COVID-19 surge
Mexico’s president is urging his citizens to cancel Christmas this year, as the number of daily new coronavirus cases hit a record-high in the country. “Let’s leave Christmas presents for another time,” President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said, as he tried to discourage people from traditional celebrations, and even avoid exchanging gifts. An additional 12,127...
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A struggling recycling industry faces new crisis with coronavirus
Still reeling from the loss of foreign markets, waste recyclers are facing new perils due to coronavirus and the falling price for new plastics
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Artem Lobov: Conor McGregor will stop Dustin Poirier again in first round at UFC 257
Artem Lobov expects a repeat from their UFC 178 matchup and explains why.        Related StoriesUFC 259's Randy Costa hopes to continue gaining promotional push with fan-friendly styleLFA 96 video: Stipe Miocic teammate Mo Miller earns brutal slam KO after multiple suplexesLFA 96 video: Stipe Miocic teammate Mo Miller earns brutal slam KO after multiple suplexes - Enclosure 
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Jobs That Might Not Exist in 50 Years
Many of the jobs most likely to disappear are among the last well-paying jobs one can get with only a high school diploma. Here's a look at high-risk careers that will probably wilt over the next 50 years.
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What's the science behind L.A.'s new restrictions? We asked the experts
What's the reasoning behind Los Angeles County's new restrictions designed to stop the coronavirus from spreading? We assess the science behind each one.
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Packers RB Aaron Jones surprises 12-year-old who designed his custom cleats
Packers running back Aaron Jones will be rocking colorful cleats designed by 12-year-old Ethan Haley, who is battling brain and spine tumors.       
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NBA star DeMar DeRozan reportedly saved kids, Kylie Jenner from burglar
NBA player DeMar DeRozan saved his kids — and neighbor Kylie Jenner — from an intruder who broke into their gated community last month, according to a new report. DeRozan was hanging out at his Los Angeles-area home on Nov. 19 when he discovered the stranger upstairs near his children’s room, where one of his...
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Appeals court OKs Trump taking military money for border wall
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that a lower court was wrong to bar the Trump administration from taking $3.6 billion from military construction projects for a border wall.
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'A very, very dark place': Hospitals brace for crisis-care mode with too many patients, not enough staff
Hospital ICUs are filled with a record number of critically ill Americans with COVID-19, and there's no relief in sight.      
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Learn to invest in real estate and flip houses with this $40 training
If you’ve thought about investing in real estate as a career or flipping houses as a side hustle, you’re not alone. This booming industry continues to thrive, even through a pandemic, and the resources for those looking to get in on it are more robust than ever. While you previously may have needed to shadow...
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Get your slice of savings with these 20 knife sets on sale for Cyber Week
We’ve rounded up 20 excellent knife sets that will upgrade your kitchen experience or are great for gifting. These sets are already priced up to 68% off, but you can save another 15% when you use coupon code DEC15 at checkout for a limited time. Pacific67 Essentials 2-Piece Knife Set, on sale for $135.96 when...
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Kellyanne Conway: ‘It Looks like Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will prevail’
Kellyanne Conway says the party is probably over for her former boss and that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will likely be moving into the White House in January. “The president wants to exhaust all of his legal avenues, as he has made clear many times. His team is doing that, and that is his...
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GOP anticipation builds ahead of Trump's Georgia rally
GOP anticipation and trepidation over Trump’s Georgia Senate runoffs rally.
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5-year-old Georgia girl dies after she’s shot in the face
A 5-year-old Georgia girl died after being shot in the face in what police believe was an accidental shooting, according to local reports. Officers responded to a 911 call around 3:30 p.m. Friday and found the child injured inside her family home in Lithonia, just outside of Atlanta, Fox 5 reported. She was taken to...
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Carbon Monoxide Leak Leaves 18 Dead At Coal Mine In Southwest China
Workers were inside the shuttered mine to dismantle equipment when dangerous levels of carbon monoxide began to seep into the air.
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Hot Property: Doc Rivers makes a big pass in Malibu
Former Clippers coach Doc Rivers sells his Malibu beach house for $12.25 million after heading to Philadelphia to coach the 76ers.
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Newsom's stay-at-home order set to be triggered in Southern California
The Southern California region's ICU capacity has dropped to 13.1% because of the growing number of COVID-19​ cases.
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Massive East Village building fire spreads to nearby church
A massive blaze raced through a vacant East Village building early Saturday before spreading to a nearby church, the FDNY said. Nearly 200 firefighters are navigating heavy rains as they battle the five-alarm fire that broke out just before 4:50 a.m. at the vacant building on East 7th Street. FDNY officials said the flames began...
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Why inbound marketers need to add this lead tracking and management platform to their workflow
In this modern age of marketing, data is king. Especially during times of uncertainty, business leaders look to customer data to spot patterns in their target market. Customer data helps you understand behavior within the context of economic, cultural, and lifestyle changes. And even in a pre- or post-pandemic world, the more insights you can...
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Fantasy football is a billion-dollar pastime. Covid-19 is wreaking havoc with it
This NFL season has been a chaotic mix of coronavirus precautions, postponed games and infected players, all unfolding under a looming concern for the health of players, staff and spectators.
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Joe Biden weighs picks to lead his big infrastructure push
Joe Biden's plan to remake America's crumbling infrastructure as President is expected to increase the pressure on three key Cabinet picks to work together for results that Americans can see clearly and quickly in the early months of his presidency, sources told CNN.
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Eye Opener: COVID-19 was leading cause of death this week
More Americans have died of the coronavirus this week than any other cause. Also, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said there is momentum toward a coronavirus relief bill. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
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College football predictions: Auburn will dash Texas A&M title hopes
 
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Lockdowns are depressing and economically devastating. But California might not have a choice
Stay-at-home is unpopular and it crushes businesses. But it might be California's only option
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