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Los termómetros superan los 36 grados en la zona del aeropuerto, y Santander y Castro Urdiales los rozan

Los termómetros en la zona del aeropuerto Seve Ballesteros han llegado estar tarde a los 36,3ºC, mientras que en Castro Urdiales han alcanzado los 35,6º y en Santander han marcado 35,5ºC , según datos de la Agencia Estatal de Meteorología...
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As NY politicians eye new taxes on the rich, high earners eye the exits
With Gov. Cuomo now threatening to go for “soak the rich” tax rates if he doesn’t get a federal bailout as ginormous as he wants, it’s well worth remembering just how much New York already depends on these citizens — who can easily afford to move away. Indeed, many have decamped temporarily during the pandemic...
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Pennsylvania high court rejects lawsuit challenging election
Court threw out lower court order blocking certification of dozens of contests.
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Pennsylvania high court tosses lawmaker’s petition to halt election certification
The seven-member court unanimously agreed that the effort to halt the election results came too late.
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NYC bar in COVID-19 hotspot refuses to shut down after state yanks liquor license
A Staten Island pub located in a coronavirus hot spot is stealing a page from Seattle’s anarchist cookbook, declaring itself an “autonomous zone,” free from the public-safety restrictions its owners say they will refuse to abide by.
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Republican candidate leads congressional race in Iowa by 6 votes, recount finds
Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks remains atop Iowa's 2nd District congressional race with a lead of just six votes over Democrat Rita Hart.       
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Teachers union’s latest bid to bury any hope for NYC schoolchildren
Mayor de Blasio has routinely sold out kids and parents to please the teachers union, but that’s not good enough for its boss, Michael Mulgrew — who now vows to push to end to mayoral control and return more power to . . . the union. “Parents and educators need more voice,” the United Federation of Teachers...
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Pa. Supreme Court dismisses Republican congressman's bid to toss mail-in ballots, halt certification
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed a case Saturday night brought by Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Pa., and a handful of other Republican voters who sought to overturn last year's law creating no-excuse mail-in voting as well as halt any further action in certifying Pennsylvania's votes. 
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Pennsylvania court dismisses lawsuit trying to toss mail ballots
The case had earlier this week let to a stay for Pennsylvania act on further certification efforts.
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'Politics are why things aren't getting done': Yang on Covid-19 relief
CNN's Natasha Chen reports on struggling small businesses in Georgia and CNN political commentator Andrew Yang responds saying the holdup on Covid-19 relief is due to lack of leadership in Congress.
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In Japan, more people died from suicide last month than from Covid in all of 2020
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Iran suffers more humiliation with killing of nuclear chief. But no one in the region wants war
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50 stores having massive Cyber Monday 2020 sales you won't want to miss
Cyber Monday 2020 sale events are happening at all your favorite retailers, including Nordstrom, Anthropologie, Cole Haan and more—where to shop.      
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Michigan State turns Big Ten race upside down with upset of No. 12 Northwestern
Michigan State got a late field goal from Matt Coghlin to upset No. 12 Northwestern and shake up to the Big Ten race with Ohio State in doubt.        
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Iowa GOP congressional candidate holds lead after recount
The race will help determine the size of Democrats’ majority in the House.
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses lawsuit against mail ballots with prejudice in another defeat for Trump
The Republican lawsuit had sought to halt certification of the state’s election results and challenged a 2019 law establishing universal mail voting.
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10-year-old boy slashed in face during dispute in NYC apartment
A 10-year-old boy was slashed in the face during a fight inside an uptown housing project apartment, police said Saturday. The woman who slashed the boy fled the apartment at Frederick Douglass Houses on West 104th Street shortly after the 2:37 p.m. incident and was being sought Saturday night, police said. The victim was taken...
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RNC Chair Struggles to Energize Georgia Republicans to Vote in Runoffs They See as Rigged
Georgia Republicans have been worried for weeks that Trump's baseless claims of voter fraud will affect turnout.
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Iranian diplomat, accused of Europe terror plot, skips first day of trial
An Iranian diplomat accused of being behind a foiled 2018 terror attack against an Iranian dissident group near Paris invoked diplomatic immunity as he skipped his first day of trial Friday.
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Black Friday 2020: The best Nordstrom deals right now
Black Friday deals are still going strong at Nordstrom this weekend—but they won't last.      
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GOP Lawmaker Slams Republican Trump Loyalists, Calls MAGA Base 'Anti-American,' Says He's 'Damn Sick of It'
Congressman Denver Riggleman accused his Republican colleagues of a "massive grift" in remaining quiet, as the president continues to cast doubt on the election results.
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Jordan Fuller learned how to perform on biggest stage, in brightest lights, from mom
Rams rookie safety Jordan Fuller has performed well as a starter, but his mom, Cindy Mizelle, sings with some of music's biggest acts, including Bruce Springsteen.
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Two teenagers dead after Black Friday mall shooting in Sacramento, California
Two teenagers died after being shot in a Sacramento mall during Black Friday shopping, officials said.       
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No. 1 Alabama needs no magic or Nick Saban to shut down No. 19 Auburn in Iron Bowl
No. 1 Alabama has little trouble with rival Auburn. Even without Nick Saban, it wasn't one of those years as the Crimson Tide rolled.      
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Police crack down on secret warehouse parties
Even as cases and hospitalizations spike across the country, police are seeing a spate of crowded underground parties -- in violation of local coronavirus guidelines. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports these parties are getting shut down.
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2 hurt after rented red Ferrari wipes out on Chicago expressway
Chicago firefighters responded to a one-vehicle crash on Lake Shore Drive expressway involving an expensive red Ferrari that was a weekend rental. The vehicle was being driven by a 22-year-old man around 12:45 a.m. Saturday, according to a report. They were in the northbound lanes of the road which runs alongside the Lake Michigan shoreline when they...
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Randy Costa vs. Trevin Jones added to UFC's March 6 event
Bantamweights Randy Costa and Trevin Jones will square off on March 6.        Related StoriesRandy Costa vs. Trevin Jones added to UFC's March 6 event - EnclosureShane Burgos vs. Hakeem Dawodu added to UFC 257Shane Burgos vs. Hakeem Dawodu added to UFC 257 - Enclosure 
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Pa. Supreme Court dismisses GOP congressman's lawsuit that sought to invalidate mail-in votes
In an unsigned order, the PA Supreme Court found petitioners had waited too long to challenge the 2019 state law that authorized mail-in ballots.        
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Granderson: Clippers needed a new floor general, not a new sideline general
The Clippers' decision to make a coaching change rather than overhaul their roster sends a clear message: Last season's failure was on Doc Rivers
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Ex-Lions celebrate Bob Quinn, Matt Patricia firings on Twitter
Former Lions players don’t seem very broken up about the firing of general manager Bob Quinn. In fact, a few seem thrilled after he was let go on Saturday — along with head coach Matt Patricia — 11 games into his fifth season in Detroit. Cornerback Darius Slay and tight end Eric Ebron had some...
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Consulting firm promised pharmacy rebates for OxyContin overdoses: report
Powerhouse consulting firm McKinsey & Co. promoted a questionable strategy to increase the sales of OxyContin — giving distributors a rebate for every overdose tied to the pills they sold, according to a report. A trove of documents released in a bankruptcy court case showed McKinsey’s role in advising the Sackler family, which owned Oxy...
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Adriana Cohen: Give teachers priority for COVID-19 vaccinations so schools can reopen
Now that COVID-19 vaccines are expected to soon become available, governors nationwide must prioritize vaccinating teachers so America's schools can reopen without delay.
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses another election case brought by Republicans
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit Saturday night from US Rep. Mike Kelly and other Republicans, after they had tried to invalidate absentee voting and block the certification of votes in recent weeks.
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All Denver Broncos quarterbacks ineligible for Sunday's game vs. Saints following COVID exposure
All three Broncos QBs on roster, Drew Lock, Brett Rypien and Jeff Driskel, ineligible for Sunday's game against Saints due to coronavirus exposure.       
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US is 'rounding the corner into a calamity,' expert says, with Covid-19 deaths projected to double soon
As Thanksgiving week draws to an end, more experts are warning the Covid-19 pandemic will likely get much worse in the coming weeks before a possible vaccine begins to offer some relief.
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Every Broncos quarterback ruled out for game because of COVID-19
The Broncos will not have an experienced quarterback available as their three active quarterbacks all have been ruled ineligible for their home game Sunday against the Saints, according to multiple reports. Drew Lock, backup Brett Rypien and practice squad member Blake Bortles were pulled off the practice field Saturday and sent home over concerns about...
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Supreme Court sets deadline for NJ response to religious gathering restrictions
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has called for a response from New Jersey officials after a church and synagogue petitioned the court to intervene in their lawsuit alleging the state unequally applies COVID-19 restrictions to religious activities.
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49ers not allowed to play in stadium under new COVID-19 restrictions
The San Francisco 49ers will not be allowed to practice or play in their stadium under new restrictions that prohibit contact sports for the next three weeks.
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Everlane Black Friday 2020 deals take up to 40 percent off select styles
Even though Black Friday may be gone, the holiday deals are still live at Everlane. Everlane launched its first-ever Black Friday sale this year. And during the four-day event, you can take up to 40% off some of its top-selling styles. You can score everything from leather boots and dresses to comfy T-shirts. So you’re sure...
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An Oregon mink farm has reported a Covid-19 outbreak
An Oregon mink farm has reported an outbreak of coronavirus among mink and farmworkers.
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20 days of fantasy and failure: Inside Trump’s quest to overturn the election
With his denial of the outcome, Trump endangered America’s democracy, threatened to undermine national security and public health, and duped supporters into believing, perhaps permanently, that Biden was elected illegitimately.
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A more sweeping stay-at-home order is likely if L.A. County can't slow COVID-19 spike
Most gatherings are banned for three weeks starting Monday.
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Biden's cabinet picks send a clear message
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Louisiana gov speaks out on SCOTUS declining to hear case of pastor who defied coronavirus orders
The Supreme Court declined to hear the case on Friday of a Louisiana Pastor who is facing criminal charges for defying coronavirus restrictions by holding large Church services. 
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‘Saved By the Bell’ under fire for mocking Selena Gomez’s kidney transplant
On Saturday the star's name and "RESPECT SELENA GOMEZ" trended on Twitter, as fans rushed to her defense, with many asking for the episode to be taken down.
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NYC bar in COVID-19 hotspot refuses to shut down after state yanks liquor license
It’s an “open” rebellion. A Staten Island bar located in a COVID-19 hotspot is stealing a page from Seattle’s anarchist cookbook, declaring itself an “autonomous zone” free from the public safety restrictions its owners say they will refuse to abide by. “!ATTENTION! We hereby declare this establishment an !!!AUTONOMOUS ZONE!!!” reads signs outside and around...
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Black Friday 2020: Get these noise-canceling Sony headphones for a seriously low price
It's Black Friday weekend, and you can still get this terrific pair of noise-canceling, wireless Sony headphones for a seriously low price on Amazon.       
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Ex-Trump campaign adviser Carter Page sues FBI, Comey, McCabe and others for $75M over Russia probe surveillance
Earlier this year, the Justice Department found it had "insufficient" cause to wiretap Page during its probe into Russian election interference.        
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Our favorite facial cleansing brush is on sale this Black Friday 2020
Black Friday 2020: The PMD Smart Facial Cleansing Device is on sale       
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