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Health care workers ask for help to slow COVID-19 spread
Health care workers in several states are demanding state officials do more to slow the spread of the coronavirus – not just to protect frontline workers, but to protect the entire health care system from being overwhelmed.
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Rumer Willis says she's 'pretty freaked out' after coronavirus exposure: 'WEAR A DAMN MASK'
Rumer Willis, daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, was exposed to coronavirus and urged fans to wear a mask.
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Pentagon blocked Biden's intelligence transition team from meeting with agencies
The Trump administration prevented President-elect Joe Biden's transition team from meeting with its counterparts at Pentagon intelligence agencies this week, according to a former senior intelligence official familiar with intelligence transition discussions.
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MyPillow CEO Says Trump Will Remain President, as Kellyanne Conway Admits Biden Won
"All the corruption, by the time it's all opened up here and they see it, even the Democrats are going to go, 'Wow, at least my party tried to steal it,'" the CEO said.
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Republican congressman explains planned challenge to Electoral College results
A 133-year-old law intended to fix the problems raised by a previous contested presidential election could be employed to hand the 2020 presidential vote to Donald Trump, Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., claimed on "The Story" Friday.
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Nearly 6 million in Northern California get stay-at-home order
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California campgrounds to close when COVID-19 stay-at-home order starts
Gov. Newsom's order Thursday prohibits overnight stays at campgrounds.
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The GOP Is the Party of Civil War
In Georgia’s Senate runoffs, the central issue is right-wing insurrection.
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China places its communist flag on the moon
A Chinese spacecraft departed from the moon on Thursday, leaving behind a sign of its trip on the lunar surface.
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Pentagon and Veterans Affairs preparing to get and administer Covid vaccine
The Department of Defense is set to receive the coronavirus vaccine directly from the companies that manufacture it once it is approved for use, and will administer it to DOD personnel, a US official tells CNN.
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Judge: Trump administration must take new DACA applications
The Trump administration must accept new DACA applications.
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UCLA vs. Arizona State matchups: Jayden Daniels will test Bruins
Arizona State quarterback Jayden Daniels played well against UCLA last season, but he'll face a revamped Bruins defense Saturday.
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San Francisco area counties set virus closure rule
The health officers in six San Francisco Bay Area counties have issued a new stay-at-home order as the number of virus cases surge and hospitals fill in the region. (Dec. 4)       
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WWE’s Lacey Evans says the Marines 'saved my life': 'I didn’t know what I wanted to be'
WWE Superstar Lacey Evans enlisted in the Marines at age 19.
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In CA: Mandate or not, Bay Area counties to begin stay-at-home order Sunday
Plus: L.A. County tests at-home coronavirus screening, Pasadena enforces mask guidelines and the Bond Fire continues to burn        
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U.S. Denies Extension of Friday Divesture Deadline to TikTok: Report
The Trump administration has reportedly refused to extend Friday's deadline for the parent company of TikTok to divest U.S. assets.
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How Joe Biden's past could shape Kamala Harris' future as vice president
President-elect Joe Biden knows the challenges and the opportunities of the vice presidency better than any incoming president since George H.W. Bush.
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Geoff Neal plans to take title of best welterweight striker vs. 'Wonderboy' at UFC Fight Night 183
Geoff Neal intends to prove Stephen Thompson is no longer the best welterweight striker in the UFC Fight Night 183 main event.        Related StoriesLouis Smolka hopes UFC on ESPN 19 win helps kickstart goal of buying family a new homeUFC on ESPN 19 faceoff video highlights, photo galleryArtem Lobov targets seven-figure paydays in boxing, happy to 'whoop' Jake Paul 
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Hear what a protest organizer said to a CNN reporter
Conspiracy theories and misinformation about the election are being used to raise money from Trump supporters. Websites supporting "Stop the Steal" ask for cash, and since election day the Trump campaign and other related groups have pulled in hundreds of millions of dollars. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
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US government won't extend the deadline for a TikTok deal, but negotiations continue
The US government will not extend the Dec. 4 deadline for TikTok's Chinese parent to sell off the social media app, but it will also decline to enforce the executive order requiring the sale, according to a person familiar with the matter.
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US government won't extend the deadline for a TikTok deal, but negotiations continue
The US government will not extend the Dec. 4 deadline for TikTok's Chinese parent to sell off the social media app, but it will also decline to enforce the executive order requiring the sale, according to a person familiar with the matter.
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Mexican beauty queen Delia Emily Castillo vanishes, claims mom wanted to commit her
Mexican authorities issued an Amber Alert for a missing beauty queen who they believed was kidnapped — but the teen later claimed she had merely run away from her mother. Delia Emily Castillo, 17, had last been seen on Tuesday, waiting alone in her parents’ car while the family had breakfast without her at a restaurant...
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Biden urges pandemic relief compromise, testing his faith in bipartisanship
Friday's jobs report and record number of daily COVID-19 deaths underscored the mess Joe Biden inherits — worse than he and Obama had. He's stepping into the void Trump has left.
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Federal judge orders restoration of DACA program
A federal judge on Friday ordered the Trump administration to fully restore an Obama-era initiative that protects undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children from deportation, requiring officials to open the program to new applicants for the first time since 2017. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez joins CBSN to discuss.
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Rom-com 'Love, Weddings & Other Disasters'
Maggie Grace, Andrew Bachelor, Diane Keaton and Jeremy Irons star in writer/director Dennis Dugan's multi-story, Boston-set romantic comedy.
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Kentucky board denies request from Breonna Taylor's family for special prosecutor
The Kentucky Prosecutors Advisory Council declined to appoint a special prosecutor in the case of Breonna Taylor's March death in a botched police raid, according to a report by CNN affiliate WDRB.
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Liberty nab top WNBA draft pick for second straight year
Sabrina Ionescu is going to have some company. For the second straight year — and second time in franchise history — the New York Liberty won the first-overall pick in the WNBA Draft lottery on Friday. “This is an exciting night for the Liberty franchise and for our fans,” GM Jonathan Kolb said via press...
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Cartoon Network and Black-owned animation studio launch awards show honoring Black animators
Cartoon Network Studios is partnering with animation house Black Women Animate to establish the Black in Animation Awards Show.
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Imprisoned hacker ordered to be released, promptly deported
In a handwritten motion from prison, Ferizi said earlier this fall that his asthma and obesity placed him at greater risk for COVID-19.
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Covid-19 has already exhausted the US. And it's only the start of a dark and deadly winter
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‘It’s Crazy Town.’ Georgia Election Official Gabriel Sterling on Calling Out Trump, Battling Misinformation, and Smoking His Own Meat
Gabriel Sterling spoke with TIME about the sudden scrutiny on Georgia, the dangerous effect of misinformation spread by the President and what he does to unwind.
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Teyana Taylor announces retirement from music after feeling ‘underappreciated’ in business
R&B star Teyana Taylor has released three studio albums in her time as a recording artist.
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'Attack on Titan' Season 4: When and How to Watch Final Season Online
Get ready to watch the final season of "Attack on Titan" on Crunchyroll or Funimation.
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Flaws in Census Count Imperil Trump Plan to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants
More problems arise as the Census Bureau rushes to compile information needed for apportionment before Mr. Trump leaves office.
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MSNBC's Kasie Hunt panned for saying she's 'struck' how Biden 'as a rule, doesn’t lie'
MSNBC anchor Kasie Hunt was widely mocked on social media Friday for being excessively trusting of President-elect Joe Biden. 
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Warner Bros. to stream all new movies in 2021
Warner Bros. is taking the unprecedented step of making all of its 2021 movie releases available on its HBO Max streaming service at the same time they're released in theaters. Sharon Waxman of The Wrap joined CBSN to break down what that means for the movie industry.
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Shane MacGowan doc, 'Crock of Gold'
Director Julien Temple talks with Rick Damigella about his new documentary on The Pogues' singer.
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Shane Johnson storms into ‘Power Book II’ on Starz
Shane Johnson says he's surprised -- and happy -- that he was able to continue playing US Attorney Cooper Saxe in "Power Book II: Ghost," the role he originated on "Power."
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Sanders opposes bipartisan COVID-19 relief deal, calling it 'not acceptable' as it lacks payments for Americans
Sen. Bernie Sanders objected to giving "legal immunity to corporations", as well as the exclusion of another round of $1,200 checks for Americans.        
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The EU’s biggest oil producer has taken a huge step: It’s ending oil production by 2050
The work of scrapping and recycling of the Tyra Field oil and gas platforms is underway at the port of Frederikshavn in Denmark, on September 15, 2020 | Henning Bagger/Ritzau Scanpix/AFP via Getty Images Denmark’s significant move makes EU climate change targets actionable. Denmark has just taken a significant step to lead the world on addressing climate change. The country announced that it will phase out all oil and gas exploration contracts in the North Sea by 2050. It’s the first major oil-producing country to take such a big step. Following a December 3 vote, the Danish parliament has issued a near-total ban on companies receiving new licenses to hunt for and extract oil. The agreement will also cancel an eighth round of licensing that was set to occur. Licenses that were issued before the vote will be honored until 2050. “We’re the European Union’s biggest oil producer and this decision will therefore resonate around the world,” Danish climate minister Dan Jorgensen said on Thursday. The move to end oil and gas contracts by 2050 is not going to be cheap as it’s estimated to cost Denmark $2.1 billion, but the country appears ready to foot the bill. “It’s a tough decision, it’s an expensive decision, but it’s the right decision,” Jorgensen told the Washington Post. Denmark has been extracting oil and gas from the North Sea since 1972. Tax revenue from oil and gas production has greatly benefited its economy, helping to build the Danish welfare state that takes care of its citizens across their lifetimes. But ending oil and gas extraction and exploration, experts say, is the only way Denmark can meet the European Union’s climate pledge. In October, the European Union voted to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent from 1990s levels by 2030. The decision, which passed overwhelmingly, increased the bloc’s pledge to the 2016 Paris Agreement, signaling Europe’s serious commitment to ending the climate emergency. Denmark’s plans put the country in line with regional targets. “It’s taking a measure that will probably ensure that Denmark can meet this goal within the EU of reducing emissions to the point where they can pursue carbon neutrality by 2050,” Wil Burns, professor and co-director of the Institute for Carbon Removal Law & Policy at American University, told me. “And this is the only way they could effectuate that.” Ole Jensen/Getty Images Climate demonstrators gather around Parliament during the opening day on October 6, 2020, in Copenhagen, Denmark. The vote also came due to increased pressure at home. Copenhagen, the Danish capital city, announced plans in late 2019 to become the first carbon-neutral capital in the world, achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2025. And as Reuters reported in June, the Danish Council on Climate Change, an independent body that advises Denmark’s government, called for an end to oil and gas activities to salvage the credibility of Denmark as a leader in the fight against climate change. “A Danish halt for further exploration in the North Sea could send a strong signal in international climate politics and may even encourage other countries to follow suit,” the council said at the time. The international environmental activist organization Greenpeace expressed their support for the decision on Twitter, heralding the move as a “landmark decision.” Historic WIN for climate & people power! In landmark decision, oil producer Denmark ends future licensing rounds for oil and gas exploration permits in the North Sea and sets existing production to expire no later than 2050. Now, more countries need to end oil! pic.twitter.com/NyUg4CtsCb— Greenpeace (@Greenpeace) December 4, 2020 Ending oil production by 2050 has been welcomed — and criticized The move was also hailed by EU government officials including Finnish Minister of the Environment and Climate Krista Mikkonen, who applauded the decision via Twitter saying that the world needs more leaders on climate change. Some other environmental groups were also happy. “This is a huge victory for the climate movement,” Helene Hagel of Greenpeace Denmark said in a statement. She added that Denmark has “a moral obligation to end the search for new oil to send a clear signal that the world can and must act to meet the Paris Agreement and mitigate the climate crisis.” Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg was far less impressed, though, tweeting that the decision means Denmark will continue extracting oil and gas for another 30 years. The real news here is that Denmark will apparently go on extracting fossil fuels for another 3 decades.To us children, this is not the "good news" that some people seem to think. We're in a climate emergency. Act accordingly.https://t.co/3ywKQNQXA0— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) December 4, 2020 Denmark’s decision shows that Paris and regional and national commitments to reducing emissions are starting to have some real impact — and that’s good. As the top oil producer in the European Union, Denmark’s move is significant, but other oil producing nations must take a similar pledge if there’s any hope of achieving the Paris Agreement’s target of limiting warming to 2 degrees Celsius. “You’re going to need a lot of other countries, especially major oil and gas producers, to step up,” Burns told me. “Norway and the UK both feel pressured to remain leaders on pursuing the climate agenda.” While the UK and Norway are both major oil-producing countries and located outside the EU, the desire to lead on climate change could push the nations to make stronger commitments. On December 3, the UK announced ambitious plans to cut emissions by 68 percent compared to 1990 levels by 2030. A report also calls on UK oil and gas firms to phase out production in the North Sea and make the transition to renewable energy sources. Peer pressure could also help further pave the way. Neighboring Norway, Burns noted, is a much larger producer of fossil fuels, so a commitment to end oil and gas extraction would be a much more dramatic step for that country to take. “If the US, this year or next year, starts to return as a positive force on climate, that along with measures like this one from Denmark might put pressure on other countries to do so,” Burns said.
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District judge orders Trump administration to accept new DACA applications
The Trump administration must accept new applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that protects some young immigrants from deportation, a federal judge ruled Friday, in vacating a memo from the acting Homeland Security secretary that had suspended it. U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis said the government had to post a public notice...
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Anthony Davis on his five-year deal with Lakers, sharing workload with LeBron James
After signing his five-year deal with Lakers, Anthony Davis says he pursued long-term security partly because of his history with injuries.        
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Church asking Supreme Court for relief from Democratic governor's COVID restrictions
A Colorado church is petitioning the Supreme Court for relief from COVID restrictions in the Centennial State, arguing that churches are treated less favorably than other establishments under the rules.
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Judge orders Trump administration to restore DACA
The Supreme Court had ruled in June that the Trump administration’s 2017 decision to wind down DACA was legally flawed.
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Colorado teen scientist is Time's Kid of the Year
A 15-year-old Colorado high school student and young scientist who has used artificial intelligence and created apps to tackle contaminated drinking water and cyberbullying has been named Time Magazine's first-ever "Kid of the Year." (Dec. 4)       
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St. Louisans chopping down Christmas trees early
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Wedding called 'super-spreader event'
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Worker allegedly spiking infant bottles
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