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Biden: ‘We’re Going to Fight Like Hell by Investing in America First’
My talk with Joe Biden on his first few months, and his next four years.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Tyrese Gibson's feud is over, singer says
Tyrese Gibson said that just a few weeks ago, he and Dwyane "The Rock" Johnson "peaced up" after years of feuding.
Ingraham: Blinken’s ‘peace through surrender’ foreign policy must be pressed as ‘major issue’
President-elect Joe Biden has nominated top foreign policy adviser Antony Blinken to be secretary of state, and Laura Ingraham warned Tuesday that Blinken's defense of global alliances will weaken the U.S..
Now we have proof that kids are paying the price of Covid
Nine months into the pandemic, the US still has not figured out how to get all of its kids safely back into classrooms, and now we are starting to see the cost of the cumulative individual and policy decisions that have made opening schools so hard.
Infectious disease expert on new quarantine time: This is a smart move
The CDC will soon issue new guidelines decreasing coronavirus quarantine time from 14 to 7-10 days, two senior administration officials told CNN. CNN's Don Lemon discusses with infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm.
These are Apple's top apps and games of 2020
Apps and services have become more essential to our daily lives than ever in 2020, and that's immediately evident in Apple's App Store Best of 2020 winners. From video conferencing software that helped us stay connected and productive to streaming services and immersive games that provided a much-needed escape, Apple has handpicked 15 apps on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and Mac that made life just a little bit better this year.
CNN looks into how China plans to ship Covid-19 vaccines
CNN received exclusive access to the infrastructure preparations at Shenzhen Airport in southern China where Alibaba's logistics and shipping unit, Cainiao, has prepared climate-controlled storage chambers and aircraft cabins to distribute Covid-19 vaccines to parts of the Middle East, Africa and Latin America as soon as China's Central Government approves them.
McDonald's McRib is back at restaurants nationwide Wednesday: 'The sauciest moment of the year is here'
The McRib is back at McDonald's restaurants nationwide Wednesday. It's the first time the chain's iconic barbecue sandwich is available nationwide.
Homes made of sandbags, barbed wire could offer cheaper, safer shelter as climate crisis worsens
As climate change worsens, SuperAdobe housing could provide a cheaper solution toward halting the exacerbation of damage created by natural disasters.
This Day in History: Dec. 2
The U.S. Senate passes a resolution condemning Sen. Joseph McCarthy. Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar is shot to death by security forces in Medellin.
Apple's most downloaded app: Zoom Cloud Meeting ranks No. 1 for iPhone, iPad in 2020
Zoom, which changed the way we work and learn from home, is Apple's most downloaded iPhone and iPad app of the year. TikTok is the runner-up.
After a rare shooting by a deputy at Lake Tahoe left a Silicon Valley engineer paralyzed, a huge payout
A Silicon Valley engineer left paralyzed by a Placer County deputy will be paid $9.9 million in a settlement.
Kicking off the holiday season: How to watch the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree lighting
NBC's annual special "Christmas in Rockefeller Center," which features the tree lighting," will be aired live on Wednesday night.
Ask Amy: Generous man was played for a piñata
Date invites him out but doesn’t pay the check
Hints From Heloise: A bitter taste
No way to get rid of Splenda aftertaste in preserves
Miss Manners: Exec’s disgusting habit needs to move off-screen
He spits tobacco juice during business calls, on camera
December 1 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
Carolyn Hax: Don’t expect a recycling miracle on 34th Street
Reader wants to give in-laws a trash can with compartments for Christmas. This gesture could prove more wasteful than them.
Georgia Secretary of State Approved Absentee Ballot Boxes but Security Concerns Remain over Transport of Votes
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, and the Georgia State Election Board authorized the use of 300 absentee ballot drop boxes for the November 3, 2020, general election, beginning 49 days before the election, in a July 2020 election code rule.
Unsealed court ruling discloses bribe-for-pardon probe related to Trump White House
The name of the person apparently seeking a pardon was redacted.
Elizabeth Warren Slams 'Unqualified Billionaire' Betsy DeVos for Criticizing Student Debt Forgiveness
Warren also blamed DeVos for worsening student debt with DeVos' slowdown of an Obama-era debt relief program.
At White House Christmas, Trump Tells Crowd 'See You in Four Years' If We Can't Stay in Power Next Year
"It's been an amazing four years," President Donald Trump reportedly told Republicans gathered during a Christmas event at the White House on Tuesday night.
Man identified after being found in house that burned in Laurel
Man, 78, lived at address where found, P.G. Fire Department says.
Whistleblowers share firsthand accounts of election irregularities: 'I couldn't go to my grave knowing'
Three whistleblowers alleged disturbing Election Day voting irregularities on "Hannity" Tuesday as the Trump legal team forges ahead with lawsuits in various states.
Trump says he’ll veto defense bill unless Section 230 is terminated
California unveiled a blueprint for the future of early education. Critics say it's built on shaky ground
After months of delays and pandemic upheaval, officials have released the Master Plan for Early Learning and Care, a blueprint to remodel California's Byzantine child-care system.
Attorney General Barr Appoints Special Counsel to Investigate Origins of Trump Russia Probe
Attorney General William Barr said he appointed John Durham as a special counsel under the same federal regulations that governed Robert Mueller
Upstate NY mayor charged with crack possession after police pursuit
The mayor of a small upstate New York village was arrested Tuesday for allegedly possessing crack cocaine, a report said. Massena Mayor Tim Currier was busted after a brief police pursuit through the village near the Canadian border at about 12:25 p.m., North Country Now reported, citing authorities. Currier, 55, was targeted as part of...
Obama slams ‘Defund the police’ in online interview: ‘You lost a big audience the minute you say it’
Former President Barack Obama had some harsh criticism for the “Defund the police” movement in an online interview scheduled to be released in three parts this week.
California dive boat captain indicted on multiple counts of manslaughter in connection with fire that left 34 dead
Jerry Nehl Boylan, 67, was indicted by a federal grand jury.
Giants bracing for DK Metcalf: He’s a ‘big monster’
Can anyone stop DK Metcalf? Darius Slay, one of the top cornerbacks in the NFL, was helpless Monday night, a big reason the Seahawks beat the Eagles 23-17. Slay at times covered the towering Metcalf like a blanket, to no avail, as Metcalf caught 10 passes for 177 yards. “A big monster out there catching...
'I think what he did was bold': Damian Lillard defends Nate Robinson's boxing debut vs. YouTube celebrity Jake Paul
Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard defended former NBA player Nate Robinson for his boxing knockout loss to YouTube celebrity Jake Paul.
Hannity blasts 'media mob' for ignoring 'serious claims' of voting irregularities
Sean Hannity ripped the mainstream media in his opening monologue Tuesday as they continued to ignore what he described as "serious claims" of voting irregularities across the U.S.
CNN boss Jeff Zucker urged staff not to 'normalize' Trump's behavior during election, leaked audiotapes show
Leaked audiotapes of top executives at CNN shed some light on the coordinated hostility the network has had towards President Trump in the weeks leading up to the election as well as after.
‘The Bachelorette’ Made a Scarf-Wearing Harvard Snob Implode
Craig Sjodin/ABCOne thing we can say for Bennett Jordan: He knew his Bachelorette brand from the start, from the moment he stepped out of a Rolls Royce into the balmy summer night in Palm Springs wearing a crisp white scarf. Any seasoned Bachelorette fan could have told you from the beginning that Bennett, a Clark Kent-Patrick Bateman face morph who seems to derive his greatest pleasure in life from “casually” mentioning he went to Harvard, was never going to win this thing. (Although his Bachelorette run is not over, it’s not looking good—but more on that later.) Still, over the past few weeks, Bennett has emerged as an unexpectedly fun character to watch—reliably amusing, often petty, and above all surprisingly oafish. Rarely in unscripted television have we seen someone so convinced of their own grandeur, all while being... so strikingly average. All of this made his implosion this week all the more amusing—and, if we’re being honest, somewhat satisfying.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Trump Calls DOJ 'Bribery for Pardon' Probe 'Fake News' As Schiff Suggests He Could Face Criminal Charges
"Someone in this conspiracy has to have a close enough relationship to the president or people around the president to make it happen," House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said.
15-month-old girl stabbed inside NYC apartment
A 15-month-old girl was left in critical condition after being stabbed in the stomach inside a Brooklyn home on Tuesday, law enforcement sources told The Post. The toddler was injured in the back room of a Bedford-Stuyvesant apartment on Patchen Avenue near Jefferson Avenue at around 5 p.m., the sources said. She was rushed to...
Clippers sign Reggie Jackson, waive Joakim Noah
The Clippers signed point guard Reggie Jackson to a one-year contract and waived center Joakim Noah, according to multiple people with knowledge of the moves not authorized to speak publicly on the matters.
CBS Evening News, December 1, 2020
CDC advisers vote health workers and nursing homes should get COVID-19 vaccine first; Charity provides blankets to children who are struggling
Trump threatens to veto defense bill over social media rule
The move is a "total non-starter," a senior House staffer said.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court hears arguments in Bill Cosby appeal
Cosby, 83, hopes to overturn​ his 2018 sex assault conviction because the judge let prosecutors call five other accusers who said Cosby mistreated them the same way he did his victim, Andrea Constand.
Live Updates: Health care workers and nursing home residents should get first vaccine, US panel says
Health care workers and nursing home residents should get priority when the first coronavirus vaccine shots become available, an influential government advisory panel said Tuesday.
Live Updates: Sen. Rick Scott criticizes Georgia Dem Senate candidates
Scott argued Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock are "going to be puppets for [Sen.] Chuck Schumer [D-N.Y.] if elected.
Live Updates: Trump campaign alleges abuse around the process of absentee voting in Wisconsin
A lawsuit was filed Tuesday morning and comes after Wisconsin completed its partial recount — which maintained that Joe Biden won the presidential race in the state — and after Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers formally certified Biden’s victory Monday night.
Live Updates: USPS whistleblowers allege ballots backdated, thrown out, law firm says
The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, which has forged ahead with an independent investigation of alleged voter fraud in several key battleground states that Trump lost, has claimed that the FBI asked them to turn over their findings to their Los Angeles Field Office.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed Attended Birthday Party at French Laundry
San Francisco Mayor London Breed attended a birthday party at the high-end French Laundry restaurant in Napa Valley -- one day after Gov. Gavin Newsom did the same, and three days before banning indoor dining at restaurants in her own city.