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Russia is suspending its mission to NATO: Russian foreign minister

Russia’s foreign minister said Monday the country is suspending its mission to NATO.
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Apple AirTags Are Being Used by Car Thieves to Track High-End Vehicles
A police department recently warned residents about the new car theft trend, advising them to regularly inspect their vehicles for "any suspicious potential tracking devices."
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Brooke Shields Says Barbara Walters’ Invasive 1981 Interview Was “Practically Criminal”
In 1980, Shields became the face of a controversial Calvin Klein campaign at just 15 years old.
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3 Myths About Pearl Harbor, According to a Military Historian
Tuesday marks the 80th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, killing some 2,400 American servicemen and leading the U.S. to enter World War II. And 80 years later, myths and misunderstandings persist about what President Franklin Roosevelt called “a day that will live in infamy.” “The attack on Pearl…
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‘Big Brother’ star in Argentina says she was haunted for months after an exorcist rid her body of demons
Andrea Rincón, 36, who was on the Argentinian version of Big Brother, opened up about the horrifying experience on the popular radio show 'Un Dia Perfecto'.
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‘Sex and the City’ star Chris Noth calls Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall feud ‘sad and uncomfortable’
Chris Noth is starring as Mr. Big in HBO Max's "And Just Like That..."
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Kiernan Shipka Teases There’s a “Strong Possibility” Sabrina Could Return to ‘Riverdale’
"I don't think that we're done with Sabrina entirely," Shipka told Decider.
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Better.com's CEO just burnished his reputation as a bully
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What The Heck Happened With That Breadfruit on ‘Below Deck’?
"It smells like rotten vagina."
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Wife of former NFL quarterback Cade McNown arrested
Christina McNown, the wife of former UCLA and NFL quarterback Cade McNown, has been arrested for allegedly stealing luxury goods, TMZ reported on Tuesday. Cade and Christina McNown The mother of four, who works as a stylist, was arrested following an investigation that noted she “allegedly lifted” designer items, such as purses, clothing, and jewelry,...
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Daunte Wright shooting: BLM protester charged with intimidating Kim Potter trial judge held in Wisconsin
The Black Lives Matter protester charged with intimidating the judge presiding over the case for Kim Potter likely won’t be extradited back to Minnesota until after the ex-police officer’s trial over the shooting of Daunte Wright concludes.
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Take a look inside Jeffrey Epstein’s creepy Manhattan lair
The images reveal what FBI agents and the NYPD discovered when they raided the dead pedophile's seven-story Upper East Side home in July 2019.
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Elon Musk Has It All Wrong on Subsidies
If any company has benefited from government support, it’s Tesla. 
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‘Ted Lasso’ Star Hannah Waddingham Stole the Show in ‘Michael Bublé’s Christmas in the City’
She's way more than just Rebecca.
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The Only Two Pieces of Advice You’ll Ever Need
There are two kinds of people who can almost always help you achieve your goals, whatever they might be.
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Chris Cuomo saga: MSNBC primetime hosts continue ignoring scandal plaguing CNN
None of MSNBC's biggest stars, including Cuomo's former rival Rachel Maddow, have mentioned the CNN scandal.
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Price for USA's cheapest cars up 50% on used market
Used prices for the Chevrolet Spark and Mitsubishi Mirage are up 50% compared to last year, and that's not even the biggest increase.
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Tayshia Adams walks off ‘Men Tell All’ after addressing Zac Clark breakup
The Season 16 "Bachelorette" told co-host Kaitlyn Bristowe during Monday night's special that she is "heartbroken" over the end of her engagement.
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Dan Hardy gives 'better martial artist all around' Charles Oliveira good chance to beat Dustin Poirier
Dan Hardy finds it hard to pick against lightweight champion Charles Oliveira at UFC 269.       Related StoriesDan Hardy gives 'better martial artist all around' Charles Oliveira good chance to beat Dustin Poirier - EnclosureVideo: UFC 269 'Countdown' for Charles Oliveira vs. Dustin PoirierVideo: UFC 269 'Countdown' for Amanda Nunes vs. Julianna Pena 
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Chicago police cancel days off for officers following violent weekend
The Chicago Police Department is canceling upcoming days off for its rank-and-file “to address current crime patterns” following a series of violent incidents that took place over the weekend, reports say.
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Norwegian Wolves Are Extinct, With No Genetic Trace Left Behind
Scientists confirm the wolf population that roamed Norway and Sweden for around 12,000 years was wiped out by humans.
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Read: Mark Meadows' letter to January 6 committee
Former Donald Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows will no longer cooperate with the House select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol Hill riot, according to a letter obtained by CNN from his attorney to the panel.
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Internet Backs Couple Buying Deliberately Annoying Christmas Gifts for Nieces and Nephews
The couple bought gifts designed to drive their sibling parents to distraction as part of an ingenious revenge.
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Fact Check: Has Israel Announced a Fourth COVID Vaccine Shot for All Citizens?
Scientists have stressed the importance of booster shots as the COVID vaccines become less effective over time.
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Merrick Garland Sees the Big Picture
Garland has been criticized for not pursuing former President Donald Trump over the January 6 Capitol riot.
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Gilgamesh tablet stolen 30 years ago returns to Iraq
A small clay tablet dating back 3,500 years and bearing a portion of the Epic of Gilgamesh that was looted from an Iraqi museum 30 years ago and recently recovered from the United States formally returned to Iraq on Tuesday.
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New York billionaire Michael Steinhardt surrenders $70 million of stolen ancient art
US billionaire Michael Steinhardt has surrendered 180 stolen relics worth an estimated $70 million and agreed to an "unprecedented" lifetime ban on acquiring antiquities, officials in Manhattan have said.
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Josh Duggar trial: Prosecution rests, defense brings in forensics computer analyst
Defense attorneys for former reality TV star Josh Duggar have begun presenting their case to a federal jury with testimony from a computer analyst who said it's possible that the computer where child pornography was downloaded could have been accessed remotely.
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Prince Andrew's Ex-Wife Says She Still Loves Him Despite Jeffrey Epstein Accusations
Prince Andrew's ex-wife Sarah Ferguson told a French magazine "he is a good man" despite allegations he raped a 17-year-old Jeffrey Epstein victim.
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How to practice religion could be a big question for some space tourists
For centuries, a setting sun has signaled the end of fasting rituals on holidays such as Ramadan and Yom Kippur, a cue to tuck into a delicious meal after a full day of deprivation. But what if the sun's clockwork were to suddenly change, as it does for astronauts riding aboard the International Space Station, which whips around the Earth at 17,000 miles per hour, giving passengers 16 sunrises and sunsets each day?
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Meadows pulls out of tentative cooperation deal with Jan. 6 investigators
The move comes as he takes heat from Donald Trump allies for writing a book that addresses the former president's vulnerability while battling Covid.
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China's Diplomat to Russia Calls U.S. Olympic Boycott a 'Senseless Desecration'
The Biden administration says it will not send any diplomatic or official representation to the Beijing Winter Olympics.
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Mark Meadows Walks Back on Deposition Agreement With Jan. 6 Committee
This latest development comes just a week after the House panel had announced the former White House chief of staff's cooperation.
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Cloud Seeding Explained As China Reportedly Controlled Weather Before Political Parade
China's government has invested well over a billion dollars into weather control technology, the Xinhua news agency reported in 2017.
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More than 100 Los Angeles firefighters suspended without pay over vaccine mandate
113 LAFD firefighters have been placed on leave without pay for refusing to comply with the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate, according to local reports.
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Meet NASA’s newest class of astronauts who will train for future moon missions
The space agency introduced the six men and four women during a ceremony in Houston, home to Mission Control and the astronaut corps.
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Texas AG says Biden admin's recent lawsuits show they want 'control,' 'don't like Texans'
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is firing back at the Biden administration after it launched another lawsuit against his state.
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Sex toy ad backfires spectacularly at Olympic qualifying event
A Dutch sex toy company’s attempt to reach fans of the wholesome sport of curling led some broadcasters to cancel their livestream of a tournament that will determine the final spots in the Beijing Olympics. Local organizers of the Olympic Qualification Event in the Netherlands said they were told that on-ice ads with the EasyToys...
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China Threatens To Derail Joint Climate Action Over U.S. Olympics Boycott
The White House said China's cooperation on global issues such as climate change "is not a favor" to the United States.
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Unvaccinated hospital patients in Illinois should pay for their covid-19 care, Democrat proposes
The proposed bill, which calls for unvaccinated hospital patients to pay for health-care expenses out-of-pocket, comes as Illinois is grappling with increases in covid-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations in the last week.
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“Halo Infinite” is embracing esports. Now teams want in.
Esports organizations want to help video game publishers bring in players. "Halo Infinite" is letting them do just that.
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Reporter reads from Meadows' letter to January 6 committee
Former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows reverses course and says he will no longer cooperate with the House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection. CNN's Whitney Wild reports on the letter released by his attorney.
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2022 Beijing Winter Olympics Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
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Olivia Rodrigo is taking her teen angst on tour
Olivia Rodrigo is planning on hitting the road in 2022.
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Two men fatally struck by NYC subway trains overnight: cops
Two men were fatally struck by trains in Brooklyn and Manhattan overnight according to the NYPD. One of the deaths has been ruled a suicide.
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Devin Nunes chose Trump-branded truth as a career five years ago
A culmination, not a change.
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Kansas Police Spend Entire Day Chasing Camel Who Escaped From Live Nativity
Law enforcement tried to catch the dashing dromedary—branded "Forrest Hump" by local residents—using golf carts and a lasso.
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People are regretting spending $800 dollars on a Chanel advent calendar featuring stickers and a dust-bag
“Bro stop selling the advent calendar,” one angry social media user begged the brand amid growing backlash.
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Is Eddie Leaving '9-1-1'? What We Know About Ryan Guzman's Future on the Show
"9-1-1" this year ended on the cliffhanger that Eddie is ready to leave – and some clues from actor Ryan Guzman might reveal what happens next.
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