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Las películas del oeste, los westerns, tenían tres personajes secundarios que casi nunca aparecían pero sobrevolaban: el juez –no siempre de carrera–, el pianista –un profesional que nunca llegó a la sinfónica de Filadelfia por el amor de una mala...
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Maine’s Extremely Detailed Vaccine Distribution Plan Involves Lobster Ice
Getting the vaccine everywhere involves a few hacks.
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Meet TIME’s first-ever ‘Kid of the Year’
For the first time ever, TIME Magazine has named a “Kid of the Year” — a 15-year-old scientist and inventor named Gitanjali Rao. The Colorado teenager was picked for the title out of a field of more than 5,000 Americans, aged 8 to 16, the mag said Thursday. “My goal has really shifted not only...
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Volunteers build homes made out of shipping containers
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Real XMAS trees increase are in demand
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Couple decorates house with face and mask
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Teen's life is honored through a rodeo
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Brother advocates to reopen his sisters case
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Vehicle crash causes gas leak in restaurant
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Renewable energy hits record-high growth
About 90% of all new energy generated this year has been renewable, according to the International Energy Agency's Renewables 2020 report. Heymi Bahar, the lead author on that report and a senior analyst at the International Energy Agency, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
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Target’s ‘kinky’ Christmas cookies have moms boycotting — and giggling
These holiday cookies have landed Target firmly on the Naughty List.
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Column: Anthony Davis signing again shows the Lakers are the real deal
As the world around them has descended into chaos, the Lakers restored order in their house by signing Anthony Davis to a $190-million contract.
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Former ‘Harry Potter’ star Daniel Radcliffe reveals why he won’t get social media
The “Harry Potter” franchise star appeared on "Hot Ones" and explained why he'll never get social media.
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Fauci says U.K. rushed vaccine approval, FDA won't cut corners
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the U.S. government's top infectious disease expert, tells CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett that he thinks regulators in the U.K. "rushed" their approval of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, and that U.S. needs to be more careful, due to vaccine skepticism in the country. Politico health care reporter Dan Diamond joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" host Elaine Quijano to discuss the long road ahead for what's expected to be the largest vaccination program in U.S. history.
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Libbie Mugrabi’s mom, Jane Scher, snatching up art in Miami
She picked up a $40,000 work, "Gopt," from a Kenny Scharf pop-up and is eyeing another for $175,000.
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Hero granny knocks down irate customer at her San Francisco restaurant
A heroic grandmother — and owner of a San Francisco Salvadoran restaurant — knocked down an irate customer who tossed a bottle of hand sanitizer toward her grandchild. Doris Campos fought back against the customer last Friday at Panchita’s restaurant in the city’s Mission District, NBC Bay Area reported. The patron, a woman, grew agitated...
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Some Georgia voters have never been asked about politics
There is a small, but key, voting group that could decide who wins the Georgia Senate runoffs and control of the US Senate. CNN's Kyung Lah has the details on Georgia's Asian American voters.
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U.S. surpasses 14 million coronavirus cases as country awaits vaccine approval
The U.S. has hit a number of grim coronavirus milestones this week as hospitals are inundated with patients. This comes as the country awaits vaccine authorization by the FDA. Dr. Theodore Strange, the interim chair of medicine at Staten Island University, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the pandemic.
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Demetric Felton Jr. has UCLA moving in the right direction
Finally given a chance to be the primary running back, Felton is averaging nearly 135 yards a game, including a career-best 206 last week against Arizona.
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Giuliani's witness draws audible laughter during testimony
Matthew Travis, a former US election security official, evaluates the unfounded testimony of Melissa Carone, an IT contractor for Dominion Voting Systems, who spoke with Rudy Giuliani at a hearing in Michigan.
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How to buy a live Christmas tree
Decorating for the holidays is a big deal this year. If it's your first time buying a live Christmas tree, here's what you need to know.
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Wisconsin high court won't let Trump campaign bypass lower court
The Trump campaign argued that the state's high court should hear its case directly because presidential electors will soon be casting their votes.
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Defense Bill Released Without Section 230 Repeal, Despite Trump's Threats to Veto
Republicans and Democrats in Congress have agreed to a version of an annual defense funding bill that does not include a repeal of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which provides protections for social media companies like Facebook and Twitter to moderate their content.
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Rapper Casanova allegedly promoted gang ties with diamond-encrusted gorilla pendants
Rapper Casanova allegedly promoted his ties to a violent street gang by posting images of diamond-encrusted gorilla pendants on social media, prosecutors wrote in a memo urging a judge to hold him and most of his associates without bail.
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Garry Tonon sees multiple titles in his future after ONE Championship 122
Garry Tonon has big plans for his future after Friday's ONE Championship 122 bout against Koyomi Matsushima.        Related StoriesAfter training camp change, Maycee Barber says she's 'evolved a ton' ahead of return at UFC 258Marvin Vettori on UFC on ESPN 19: 'My whole journey comes down to an opportunity like this'Marvin Vettori on UFC on ESPN 19: 'My whole journey comes down to an opportunity like this' - Enclosure 
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Saquon Barkley’s injury woes complicate Giants future
Which comes first: Saquon Barkley’s next play date or next payday? Had this season gone as envisioned, the Giants and Barkley would’ve spent months negotiating a contract extension to make him the highest-paid running back before Kickoff 2021. Instead, an ACL tear, MCL strain and partially torn meniscus in his right knee cost him all...
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John Wall reflects on time with Wizards after trade to Rockets
Point guard John Wall was traded from the Washington Wizards to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Russell Westbrook on Wednesday.
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The Sinister Grift of Spotify’s “2020 Wrapped”
Your year-in-review numbers tell you nothing, but they tell Spotify a lot.
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Chinese propagandist calls GOP Sen. Martha Blackburn a 'bi---'
A senior reporter for China’s state-funded outlet, China Daily, blasted Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., on Thursday for her comments on Chinese culture, calling her a “lifetime bi---.”
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Chinese reporter calls GOP Sen. Martha Blackburn a 'bi---'
A senior reporter for China’s state-funded outlet, China Daily, blasted Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., on Thursday for her comments on Chinese culture, calling her a “lifetime bi---.”
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Calendar Feedback: Readers would prefer the imagined movies
Calendar Feedback Sun., Dec. 6, 2020
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David Perdue appears to tacitly acknowledge Biden’s victory in video call with Republican group
Speaking just days before President Trump is set to campaign for him and fellow senator Kelly Loeffler, Perdue went further in nodding to President-elect Joe Biden’s win than he has publicly.
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Former FBI lawyer who altered email in Russia investigation seeks probation
Kevin Clinesmith's attorneys say he made a "grievous mistake," but he did not mean to mislead investigators.        
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Alexis Sharkey: Experts weigh in on circumstances surrounding Houston social media influencer's death
Experts weighing in on the death of Houston social media influencer Alexis Sharkey said Thursday that investigators are now likely analyzing the woman's final days and how her body appeared when it was found.
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Volunteer brings joy to nursing home residents
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Man rescues dolphin on the verge of drowning
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Police search for woman using counterfeit bills
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Man looking for parking spot gunned down
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Police break up potential super-spreader party
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13-year-old in custody after man shot in chest
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Newsom adviser allegedly tried to 'suffocate a child with a pillow,' sheriff's office says
A prominent California Democratic strategist is fighting domestic violence charges after allegedly shoving a woman and trying to “suffocate a child with a pillow” at a luxury spa in Napa Valley, according to local authorities.
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Collins implores GOP voters to turn out for Georgia Senate runoffs: 'People cannot give up on the system'
Republican voters in Georgia must turn out for next month's Senate runoff elections, regardless of how disappointed they may be with the outcome of last month's presidential elections, House Judiciary Committee ranking member Doug Collins, R-Ga., told "The Story" Thursday.
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COVID-19 outbreak in elections office latest mishap in Brindisi-Tenney race
A minor coronavirus outbreak in the Madison County board of elections office this week has caused two employees to quarantine, marking the latest mishap in yet-to-be called race for New York’s 22nd Congressional district.
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Trump Announced a Major Vaccine Summit but Forgot to Tell Key Figures
Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast/Photos via GettyWhen the White House announced on Tuesday that President Donald Trump would be hosting a summit to spotlight the progress on a COVID-19 vaccine summit, it came as news to many of the stakeholders involved in the vaccine production process.According to three individuals familiar with the matter, including senior administration officials working on the federal government’s coronavirus response, key members of the White House’s coronavirus task force and top representatives of the pharmaceutical industry were unaware of the event before it became public.The event, first reported by STAT News, is set to take place at the White House on Dec. 8. And it will likely include executives and representatives from the pharmaceutical, pharmacy and logistics industries. But the process by which it came together caught several individuals off guard, underscoring for them once more that the Trump White House is more concerned with the pomp and presentation of the COVID fight than the fight itself.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Colts' Philip Rivers dealing with 'a really bad problem with his foot,' teammate says
Quarterback Philip Rivers has played a vital role for the Indianapolis Colts this season.
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California's stay-at-home order allows essential travel only. What does that mean?
This new phase in the pandemic means new rules for hotels and other travel providers.
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One of world's largest telescopes collapses in Puerto Rico
The telescope at the Arecibo Observatory fell Tuesday, ending 57 years of astronomical discoveries.
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