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Salvation Army's giant red kettle in Times Square
A giant red kettle in Times Square kicked off the Salvation Army's holiday fundraising campaign. Measuring over 7-feet, the aluminum kettle hangs from a 32-foot tall stand. It is meant to represent the spike in need seen during the pandemic. (Nov. 30)      
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Powell comments jolt markets, Dow off 652 points
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell roiled markets Tuesday after he said the Federal Reserve will consider acting more quickly to dial back its ultra-low-interest rate policies to counter higher inflation. (Nov. 30)      
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Are travel bans worth it? They could slow the spread of omicron but they have repercussions, experts say
Experts who spoke to USA TODAY agreed that travel bans could help buy time to build a response to the new variant, but they wouldn't stop the spread.       
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WH: Omicron variant found in 20 countries, not US
U.S. public health officials said Tuesday the omicron variant of the coronavirus has been detected in at least 20 countries across the globe, but right now there is no evidence it exists in the United States. (Nov. 30)      
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Potential jurors in Potter trial quizzed
Attorneys began sifting through potential jurors Tuesday in the trial of a suburban Minneapolis police officer who says she meant to use her Taser instead of her gun when she killed Daunte Wright, a Black motorist. (Nov. 30)      
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3 dead, 6 injured in Michigan high school shooting; 15-year-old suspect in custody, authorities say
A student was taken into custody after authorities say he fatally shot three students and injured six other people at a high school north of Detroit.      
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Bees with a taste for rotting flesh evolved to have guts like vultures, researchers find
Researchers say a species of bees evolved to have an extra tooth for biting and a gut that more closely resembles a vulture's.       
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Multiple victims reported after Michigan high school shooting; suspect in custody
Multiple victims were reported after a shooting at a high school in Oxford Township, Michigan. A suspect was taken into custody.       
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'Fascinated by death': Why Americans can't get enough of drug cartel dramas like 'Narcos'
Power, drug lords, sex, guns, blood and fear combine into a potent mix that has proven attractive to millions of people worldwide, experts say.      
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Day 2 of Ghislaine Maxwell's trial begins
A longtime pilot for Jeffrey Epstein has resumed his testimony at the trial of a British socialite charged with helping the financier find teenage girls to sexually abuse. (Nov. 30)      
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Powell: New virus variant clouds economic outlook
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell says the appearance of a new coronavirus variant could slow the economy and hiring, while also raising uncertainty about inflation. (Nov. 30)      
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As controversy over his enrollment swirls, ASU says Kyle Rittenhouse is not currently a student
While ASU said Rittenhouse is not currently enrolled in ASU classes, the 18-year-old said in interviews last week he plans to continue studying there.       
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Hundreds of FedEx packages discovered near ravine in Hayden, Alabama
Boxes of different sizes were found in the area looking as though they had been thrown off a ravine. Credit: Natasha Marie Abney via Storyful.       
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FedEx 'debacle': Driver dumped packages into Alabama ravine at least six times, police say
A FedEx driver tossed packages into an Alabama ravine at least six times, The Blount County Sheriff's Office says. More than 400 packages were found.      
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Scientists made tiny xenobots out of frog cells. Now they say those robots can reproduce.
Using artificial intelligence, the xenobots were able to replicate themselves using a process not seen in humans or any other animals.      
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Prince Charles sees Barbados become new republic
Barbados celebrated becoming a republic Tuesday night with a 21-gun salute and a parade featuring giant puppets. (Nov. 30)      
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'Horrible situation': Police say Texas man fatally shot 11-year-old daughter while hunting
A father was hunting and fired a high-powered rifle, striking his daughter, 11, once. She was rushed to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead.      
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NY comes alive at Gotham Awards
Honorees including Kristen Stewart, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Peter Dinklage and "Squid Game" creator Hwang Dong-hyuk pose for photos with their Gotham Award trophies. (Nov. 30)      
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Man who bought Lamborghini with $1.6 million PPP loan sentenced to 9 years in prison
A Texas man was sentenced to nine years in prison after authorities said he fraudulently obtained $1.6 million in PPP loans.      
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People are naming their dogs Fauci and Pfizer. Here's the most popular pet names of 2021
Lady Whistledown. Grogu. Fauci. Pfizer. The most popular pet names of 2021 took a page from pop culture...and a pandemic. Rover's annual list is out.      
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Jessica Watkins to be first Black woman to join an extended mission on the International Space Station
NASA has assigned astronaut trainee Jessica Watkins to SpaceX's next crewed launch, making her the first Black woman to join a full ISS mission.       
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Pope Francis to visit migrants on Greek island
Pope Francis is heading back to the Greek island of Lesbos to meet migrants and asylum-seekers for the second time in five years.      
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Omicron variant brings more questions than answers, Giving Tuesday is here: 5 Things podcast
Health reporter Elizabeth Weise has an omicron explainer, a federal appeals court will hear arguments about Trump's Jan. 6 records: 5 Things podcast      
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Michigan teacher resigns after being told to remove LGBTQ pride flag from classroom
Ball, an 11-year educator who joined the school district as a late hire a few months ago, said he has been inundated with support.       
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A man on a California beach thought he saw a jellyfish. It was a rare deep sea monster.
A man stumbled upon a rare deep sea monster called a Pacific footballfish while walking Black's Beach in San Diego.       
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'Squid Game' celebrated at Gotham Awards
Speaking at the Gotham Awards where the Netflix show won two gongs, "Squid Game" star Jung HoYeon said she's "flustered but happy and grateful" with her newfound success. (Nov. 30)      
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Stewart, Gyllenhaal, more celebrated at Gotham Awards
Hollywood stars including Maggie Gyllenhaal, Tessa Thompson and Nicolas Cage talk film at the prestigious Gotham Awards in New York, where Kristen Stewart won Performer Tribute for playing Princess Diana in "Spencer." (Nov. 30)      
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ShowBiz Minute: Abloh, Smollett, Rihanna
Virgil Abloh's creativity celebrated at The Fashion Awards in London; Prosecutors to begin case against Jussie Smollett in Chicago; Rihanna named a national hero in Barbados. (Nov. 30)      
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On This Day: 30 November 2004
The mammoth winning streak of "Jeopardy!" champion Ken Jennings came to an end (Nov. 30)      
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AP Top Stories November 30 A
Here's the latest for Tuesday November 30th: Opening statements in Ghislaine Maxwell sex trafficking trial; COVID-19 omicron variant appears in more places; California man accused of killing his four children; Barbados becomes a republic.      
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