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Man who went viral for eating Chipotle in all 50 states says he ‘never got tired of it’

Wyatt Moss, 19, went viral earlier this year for eating Chipotle in all 50 states in just 50 days with two friends.
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11 Products That Will Make Your Plants the Envy of Your Friends
Even the most hopeless would-be horticulturist can grow and maintain plants that are the envy of friends, thanks to these innovative products.
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Exclusive video shows arrest of Crumbley parents
Police arrested James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of the suspect in the Oxford High School shooting Ethan Crumbley, on manslaughter charges.
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‘Little House on the Prairie’ star Karen Grassle gets candid on sobriety, making peace with Michael Landon
Karen Grassle has written a book titled “Bright Lights, Prairie Dust: Reflections on Life, Loss, and Love from Little House’s Ma."
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Prince William was wary about Prince Harry slamming the press about Meghan Markle for this reason: book
The claim was made by bestselling author Christopher Andersen in his new book titled “Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan.”
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Gambians vote with marbles in key test for stability
Polls opened in Gambia on Saturday with voters using a unique voting system, marbles dropped in each candidate's ballot drum, in a tightly fought presidential election that will test stability and democratic progress.
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Russia Tells U.S. to look in 'Mirror' Before Accusing Russia of Aggression Over Ukraine
Russian foreign affair's spokeswoman Maria Zakharova referred to NATO campaigns in Iraq, Libya and Syria and Yugoslavia.
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Parents of Michigan Shooting Suspect Arrested After Manhunt
James and Jennifer Crumbley were arrested in Detroit hours after going on the run
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Op-Ed: IVF mixups should not discourage expanding reproductive care
IVF costs are a major barrier for the procedure.
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Opinion: Notre Dame's Marcus Freeman 'represents progress and hope' as Black coaches still often ignored
This is the significance of Notre Dame hiring Marcus Freeman as its football coach. For once, a qualified Black coach got a job he usually doesn't.       
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Sending holiday cards? Here's what USPS, Shutterfly and an etiquette expert want you to know
How do you address Christmas cards? Is it Miss, Ms. or Mrs.? Is it Happy New Year or Happy New Year's? All of your holiday card questions answered.      
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Decisions on same-sex marriage, contraception could be threatened by abortion ruling
The Supreme Court is considering Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban. Some worry its ruling could impact other rights if Roe v. Wade is overruled.       
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My daughter was murdered at her school: We need to elect leaders who support gun safety
The best way to defend democracy is to make sure we vote for candidates who support gun safety.       
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Paleologos: City polls show Black, white Americans divide in views on being treated differently due to race
Across all 5 surveyed cities in our CityView polls, Black respondents were more likely than other races to rate their cities lower.       
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The shooter 'methodically and deliberately' fired at students. A timeline of a school shooting tragedy
Zander Cumbey had walked into his afternoon high school classroom when he heard screaming outside in the hallway.
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5 books not to miss: Amanda Gorman's debut poetry collection, Vivian Maier biography
Inaugural poet Amanda Gorman releases her debut poetry collection "Call Us What We Carry" and more of this week's can't-miss book releases.       
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Opinion: 'It is time for another revolution' — readers on abortion and a post-Roe world
This is the first week in a generation that letter writers are reacting to actual comments made by Supreme Court justices who indicated they will gut or overturn Roe vs. Wade.
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Alex Ovechkin is improving at age 36, and teammates have ‘never seen anything like it’
Alex Ovechkin at 36 remains impossible to stop, and impossible to explain. Just listen to the men who share his dressing room.
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With omicron looming over the holidays, here's how to stay safe
There's a lot we don't know about the new COVID variant, yet many people are wondering if they can fly, go to holiday parties and restaurants — or should just hide out. We asked doctors for answers.
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Op-Ed: The U.S. shouldn't ignore Mexico's ongoing human rights catastrophe
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador not only hasn't stemmed violence in Mexico, he has undermined transparency and the rule of law.
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Does Planet 9 Exist? Why Scientists Are Puzzled by Potential Missing Planet
A source of speculation since the 19th Century, a new study may reignite the debate about a planet that could be lurking at the edge of our Solar System.
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With carjackings on the rise, this trio of fed up strangers intervened
Two victims and a good Samaritan follow fleeing carjackers, police say, leading to their capture.
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Why Tucker Carlson Is Defending Alex Jones
Earlier this week, Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson, the host of the top-rated news show on cable, rose in defense of the right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.“Jones is often mocked for his flamboyance,” Carlson said, “but the truth is he has been a far better guide to reality in recent years—in other words, a far better journalist—than, say, NBC News national-security correspondent Ken Dilanian or Margaret Brennan of CBS.”Flamboyance is a rather interesting word to apply to Jones; there are others.Last month Jones, the host of Infowars, was found liable for damages in a defamation lawsuit brought by parents of children killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, whose victims included 20 young children. Jones claimed that the shooting was a “false flag” operation carried out by “crisis actors.” He mocked grieving parents, saying, “I’ve looked at it, and undoubtedly there’s a cover-up, there’s actors, they’re manipulating, they’ve been caught lying, and they were preplanning before it and rolled out with it.”[Read: The lasting trauma of Alex Jones’s lies]This shows a level of depravity and cruelty unusual even among right-wing conspiracists. Yet there was Carlson on Wednesday night, offering praise for Jones, whom Carlson referred to as “one of the most popular journalists on the right.” (Aaron Blake of The Washington Post has provided a useful summary of Jones’s crazed claims.)Jones’s validation by Carlson is hardly surprising—but it is significant. Tucker Carlson, after all, is not some fringe figure; he is the most influential media personality on the right, the individual Republican lawmakers seek to impress and whom they genuflect before. (Carlson seems most impressed not by American politicians such as Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, but by the authoritarian leader of Hungary, Viktor Orban.)There was a time—and it wasn’t all that long ago—when Alex Jones would have been far too toxic and deranged a figure for any influential member of the right to embrace. No more. Jones fits right in, just as Marjorie Taylor Greene, Paul Gosar, Lauren Boebert, Madison Cawthorn, Ron Johnson, and many others do. The right wing and the Republican Party are more, not less, radical than they were when Donald Trump was president.In praising Jones, one of the most prominent conspiracists in American politics, Carlson called him “a far better guide to reality” than mainstream journalists. This is the kind of tactic that propagandists such as Trump and Vladimir Putin have employed so well: making claims that are so brazen, so outrageous, so untrue that they are disorienting, aimed at destroying critical thinking. Such claims are not just an attack on objective truth; they are an inversion of it, turning people such as Tucker Carlson and Alex Jones into the gatekeepers of reality.What Carlson is doing is poisonous to a free society, not just because our society can’t operate without shared public facts but also because he is inciting paranoia, which may well lead to political violence.That’s the reason Republican leaders’ effort to portray the 2020 election as stolen and the insurrection on January 6 as justified is so significant. They aim to convince ordinary Republicans that they have been victims of what Trump has called the “crime of the century,” the greatest election fraud in history. In Trump’s words, “the real insurrection happened on November 3rd, the Presidential Election, not on January 6th—which was a day of protesting the Fake Election results.”[Anne Applebaum: Tucker Carlson is stirring up hatred of America]Carlson recently released a three-part documentary suggesting that the January 6 insurrection was a “false flag” operation, while Jones was subpoenaed by the House committee investigating the Capitol attack. He reportedly helped organize the rally at the Ellipse near the White House the day of the riot; was among the group of Trump allies who met in and around a hotel near the White House the day before the riot; and spread the false narrative of a stolen election the day before the insurrection.Time after time after time over the past half-dozen years, people who care about American democracy have underestimated a movement that is inflicting enormous harm upon it. they became his enthusiastic backers. Many other Republicans who were privately horrified by Trump looked the other way, went silent, or signed up for the ride. At every key moment, when called upon, they publicly defended Trump. They might not have liked it, but they found a way to rationalize it. It would be an affectation to deny that there are policy achievements they can point to, but they should be honest about the enormous costs that accompanied their accommodation with such a corrupt and deranged president.A lot of Republicans I know assumed that after the Trump presidency, things would snap back. The opposite has happened. Trump is no longer president, but the damage to democracy doesn’t require his presence in office. People like Tucker Carlson and Alex Jones and a bevy of others are ready to complete the work Trump began.They can be stopped, but who in the Republican Party is willing to stop them?
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A Kamala Harris staff exodus reignites questions about her leadership style — and her future ambitions
The departures of Symone Sanders, Ashley Etienne and other aides have reignited questions about why Vice President Harris churns through top-level Democratic staff, an issue that has colored her nearly 18 years in public service.
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Alex Ovechkin is improving at age 36, and teammates have ‘never seen anything like it’
Alex Ovechkin at 36 remains impossible to stop, and impossible to explain. Just listen to the men who share his dressing room.
washingtonpost.com
Suspect's parents captured, Hawaii snow, College Football Playoff: 5 things to know this weekend
The parents of the suspected Michigan school shooter were arrested, Hawaii's Big Island under blizzard warning and more news to start your weekend.      
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Liberal TV Hosts Say U.S. Not a Democracy, Compare to Gilead Over Abortion
MSNBC host Joy Reid compared the United States to the fictional religious dictatorship from 'The Handmaid's Tale'
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Dr. Oz Joins a Robust List of Nutso Senate Races Already Underway
Welcome to the Battle for America’s Senate Soul 2022.
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Stephen Sondheim Didn’t Just Change Musicals Forever
He also helped introduce the U.S. to a new kind of crossword
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Michigan shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley's parents arrested in Detroit after manhunt
The parents of Michigan school shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley were taken into custody in Saturday's predawn hours after an extensive manhunt for the couple, who had failed to appear for their arraignment Friday.
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Militants kill at least 31 in central Mali, say local authorities
Militants killed at least 31 people in central Mali on Friday when they fired on a bus ferrying people to a local market, local authorities said -- the latest deadly attack in a region racked by violent insurgency.
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Joel Osteen’s Houston church had $600K inside wall from 2014 robbery, plumber claims
A Texas plumber was stunned when he found nearly 500 envelopes full of cash inside of Lakewood Church in Houston, where Joel Osteen is the pastor.
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Border Patrol agents rarely removed or terminated for wrongdoing, according to internal report
A new federal report reveals Border Patrol agents rarely get harsh discipline for misconduct. More than 200 agents were arrested last year.      
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A Black job applicant is suing over hair discrimination, but the company says it was a misunderstanding
A Black job applicant suing an employer over hair discrimination is demanding an apology and policy change -- but the company said it was a misunderstanding.
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Here are the travel restrictions across Central and South America due to COVID-19
Thinking about making a trip to Central or South America soon? You may want to get familiar with the countries' COVID-19 travel restrictions.     
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She was 'meant to be a mom.' Her death might save the lives of pregnant mothers in her area.
Lexi Poindexter was a vibrant and caring mother whose death after childbirth crashed through her community like a tidal wave. It also sparked change.       
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D.C.-area forecast: Temperatures see saw the next few days ahead of a stronger cold front early week
Warmer days are today and Monday. We run into a more sustained cool-down by Tuesday.
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An early glimpse of omicron's threat: High transmission likely, but vaccines provide hope
Many experts believe vaccines will likely continue protecting against severe disease, but the mutated variant may prove highly infectious.      
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In the Michigan Shooting, What Is the School’s Responsibility?
Oxford High School let Ethan Crumbley back into a classroom despite concerns about his behavior. Now, legal experts are asking why — and whether officials should be held accountable.
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Has Russia Beaten the U.S. in the Hypersonic Missiles Race?
Amid a Russian buildup by Ukraine, there is both concern and doubt at Russia's claims about its hypersonic missile capabilities.
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Donald Trump's Post-Election Fury Prompted a Warning from His General
In this daily series, Newsweek explores the steps that led to the January 6 Capitol Riot.
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Michigan DA Karen McDonald slammed for announcing Crumbley charges at media event -- long before arrests
The Michigan sheriff at the center of the investigation into Tuesday’s deadly Oxford High School shooting said Friday night he was blindsided earlier in the day when the county prosecutor held a news conference announcing charges against James and Jennifer Crumbley, parents of the teenage suspect in the case.
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Germany's Social Democrats set to approve government deal
The center-left party of German Chancellor-designate Olaf Scholz is meeting to decide whether to approve a deal to form a new government with environmentalist and pro-business parties
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Magnitude 3.5 earthquake strikes near Calexico, Calif.
A magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported at 1:20 a.m. Saturday 11 miles from Calexico, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
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Parents of Mich. school-shooting suspect in custody as police investigate possible accomplice
The pair “did not break in” to the building where they were found, but “were aided,” Detroit police said.
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All you need to know about the latest Omicron travel restrictions
More and more countries have introduced travel bans, Germany has gone into national lockdown, but in Asia-Pacific, Fiji has opened to tourism. Here are the latest travel developments this week
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We know who is attacking us and we know how to get even, says Israel's cyber defense chief
On a nondescript office park in the desert town of Be'er Sheva, a "war room" filled with screens showing various maps, rolling information, and graphics inform around a dozen or so staffers, manning computers at the central heart of Israel's civilian cyber defense system.
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Can Small Nuclear Reactors Really Help The Climate?
Much of the world has been turning away from nuclear power, with its aging plants, legacy of meltdowns and radioactive waste. But some governments, big companies and billionaires including Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are convinced the technology can help save the planet. Unlike wind and solar sources, nuclear power can be switched on and off at any time, and without the planet-warming emissions produced by gas and coal. Investments of hundreds of millions of dollars are going toward a new gene
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Is India Banning Cryptocurrency? How Can It Do That?
India is one of the world’s fastest-growing markets for cryptocurrency trading, even though the ability to trade Bitcoin and its peers freely and anonymously undermines the country’s limits on the convertibility of its currency, the rupee. The central bank is clear that it wants all private cryptocurrencies banned while it creates an official digital currency. The government, however, is open to exceptions to promote blockchain technology. Amid these competing goals, Prime Minister Narendra Modi
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