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Obesity could be cured by turning off ‘hungry hormone’: trial study
Obesity could be cured without diet or exercise with a radical trial launched into turning off the so-called “hungry hormone.” The trial is set to investigate a process that could cut the desire to over-eat and reduce weight in just 40 minutes. And the process would cost the NHS £1,500 – a quarter of the...
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COVID cases on the rise worldwide as Omicron spreads
CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from Seoul, South Korea, on the global impacts of COVID-19
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Live updates: NFL Week 13 scores, news and highlights
Week 13 of the NFL season features 11 more games Sunday afternoon as the playoff races heat up. Follow along for live updates.
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Cartoon by Kal
A guest editorial cartoon by Kal.
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Biden's universal pre-K plan could mean a need for at least 40,000 new teachers
President Joe Biden's plan to create free, universal pre-K would make preschool available and affordable for 6 million more children. But that would mean hiring tens of thousands of new teachers at a time when schools are already struggling to fill existing positions.
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9 Fresh Nonalcoholic Drinks for All Holiday and Social Occasions
From Thanksgiving to Dry January, here are a selection of alternatives to alcoholic drinks to serve at your parties.
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North Carolina vs. Georgia Tech prediction: Tar Heels the pick
The North Carolina Tar Heels, whose defense got off to a bad start to begin the season, will play at Georgia Tech on Sunday having allowed an average of 52 points in their past two games. The Tar Heels are 11th in the country in 3-point shooting percentage while Georgia Tech is 17th, but the...
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U.S. braces for impact as Omicron found in at least 16 states
CBS News senior national correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on the ongoing impacts of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.
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Oxford school shooting charges against parents spur debate: Who's at fault?
There is no real debate the alleged shooter must pay. The much trickier question, is what about his parents and the prosecutor’s decision to file involuntary manslaughter charges against them?
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Prince William recalls singing with Taylor Swift and Jon Bon Jovi: ‘I’m cringing’
"To this day, I still do not know what came over me," the Duke of Cambridge jokes. "Honestly, even now I'm cringing at what happened next."
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Third Party to Investigate Events at Oxford High School Before Shooting
Parents have asked questions about “the school’s version of events leading up to the shooting"
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Blizzard warning in effect for Hawaii, 8 inches of snow expected
In addition to eight inches of snow potentially being dumped on the region, there may also be winds of up to 125 miles per hour, forecasters said.
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‘Sharks are amassing’: Tracker shows great white sharks gathering on East Coast
A Twitter user recently raised the alarm by posting a screenshot of a tracker app showing about 100 sharks gathering in the Atlantic Ocean near the East Coast of the US.
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Nashville mom arrested for bringing loaded gun into high school during fight, police say
Barquita Williams, 38, was arrested Thursday after carrying a loaded nine-millimeter semi-automatic handgun onto the East Nashville Magnet School grounds during a physical fight that broke out between students, authorities said.
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Open: This is "Face the Nation," December 5
Today on "Face the Nation," with the world still battling COVID's Delta surge, preparations are now underway to combat a new threat.
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Committing to a top running back can be a double-edged sword
Elite runners are essential, especially as playoff time approaches, but the risk of injury is a major concern for their NFL teams, Jarrett Bell writes.       
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Rep. Ilhan Omar shares death threat voicemail she received
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) shared a voicemail containing threats against her life that she received following her public feud with GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert over her anti-Muslim comments.
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Mother Accused of Stabbing 5-Month-Old Daughter to Death: 'She Seemed Like Such a Good Mom'
Officials say the infant's cause of death was homicide "as a result of multiple stab wounds," and that they found "multiple knives" at the scene.
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Fauci says Biden administration reevaluating Omicron travel bans
Dr. Anthony Fauci said the restrictions to South Africa, where the variant first was detected, and seven other countries were a preemptive measure.
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Carson Wentz trade about to get much better for Eagles
The Carson Wentz trade is about to hit the jackpot for the Eagles.
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Tom Brady’s daughter mimics her quarterback dad in sweet birthday post
Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady celebrated daughter Vivian's 9th birthday on Sunday with a touching Instagram tribute of the twosome playing football.
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Fauci says officials feel 'very badly' about Afrian travel ban, will reevaluate policy
Dr. Anthony Fauci revealed that officials are re-evaluating the travel ban on several southern African countries after a dozen other countries confirmed cases of the COVID-19 omicron variant.
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Fauci says officials feel 'very badly' about African travel ban, will reevaluate policy
Dr. Anthony Fauci revealed that officials are re-evaluating the travel ban on several southern African countries after a dozen other countries confirmed cases of the COVID-19 omicron variant.
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Omicron variant may have picked up a piece of common-cold virus: experts
Researchers from Nference, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based data analytics firm, found a piece of genetic code in Omicron that is present in the virus that can bring about a cold.
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Biden and Putin to speak this week
The meeting comes as U.S. intelligence is warning of a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine as soon as January.
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11 Cozy Home Upgrades from Walmart You Need this Winter
Walmart has an array of items that suit any style and size of home. Take a look at the 11 best we found and begin your move to coziness.
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Nature: Buffalo National River
"Sunday Morning" takes us to the banks of the Buffalo National River in northern Arkansas. Videographer: Scot Miller.
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Five Facebook hacks to improve your experience
The top five Facebook hacks that people use to make their experience on the social media site have been revealed.
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Rep. Omar: McCarthy is a liar and a coward
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) tells CNN's Jake Tapper that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy "is a liar and a coward" for his defense of Rep. Lauren Boebert's (R-CO) Islamophobic comments.
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Mississippi governor calls Supreme Court oral arguments on state's restrictive abortion law 'a watershed moment in American history'
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves called recent Supreme Court oral arguments on a restrictive abortion law in his state "a watershed moment in American history," saying he's cautiously optimistic the court will overturn two seminal decisions that secured abortion rights for women nationwide.
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Pope Francis decries 'shipwreck of civilization' as he visits refugees on Greek island of Lesbos
Pope Francis met with refugees on the Greek island of Lesbos Sunday, his second trip to the island -- which has become a symbol of the migrant crisis -- in five years.
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Jim Gaffigan on that most COVID time of the year
'Tis the season to beware of kissing under the mistletoe and other super-spreader events, says the comedian who offers "Sunday Morning" viewers his own brand of holiday cheer.
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At Least 14 People Dead After Indonesia’s Mount Semeru Erupts
Rescuers were sifting through smoldering debris and thick mud in search of survivors
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One killed in fatal car crash in Chantilly, Fairfax police say
The passenger was pronounced dead at the hospital.
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Our story of pregnancy loss shows the trauma state abortion bans could cause
After learning their third pregnancy would be stillborn, CNN journalist Josh Replogle writes that he and his wife could not bear the pain of going through labor and delivery. In Virginia, they have the option to receive a surgical procedure known as a D&E -- something that is often provided by doctors who perform abortions. Replogle writes that as his own family pursued this option, medical experts shared how a state anti-abortion law like the one in Texas could make it difficult to get access to a D&E, creating consequences for couples suffering pregnancy loss.
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Jim Gaffigan's holiday cheer, with added COVID
'Tis the season to beware of kissing under the mistletoe and other super-spreader events, says the comedian who offers "Sunday Morning" viewers his own brand of holiday cheer.
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Teacher Suspended for Allegedly Saying Oxford High Shooter Should Have Created Distraction
The teacher told students he would've pulled a smoke detector, according to one parent.
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UFC on ESPN 31 post-event facts: Jose Aldo's win comes with unique record
Check out all the facts and figures from UFC on ESPN 31, which saw eight fights end in a finish with some historic results.      Related StoriesFight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC on ESPN 31 with Bon Jovi, AC/DC, Motorhead and Christina AguileraUFC on ESPN 31 bonuses: Fiziev's wheel kick, Guida's submission among six total winnersUFC on ESPN 31 play-by-play and live results (7 p.m. ET) 
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In just 5 minutes, a gunman turned a normal day at Oxford High into a nightmare
Nov. 30, 2021 began as a cold Tuesday morning, with people in and around Oxford High School unaware of the calamity to come.       
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Rome Reinstates Outdoor Masking Despite Huge Drop in Coronavirus Cases
The city of Rome has reinstated its draconian outdoor mask mandate despite remarkably positive coronavirus data compared to last December.
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Fauci on GOP senator: How do you respond to something as preposterous as that?
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) falsely accused Dr. Anthony Fauci of "overhyping" the coronavirus pandemic in a Fox News radio interview. Dr. Anthony Fauci responds to the false claim with CNN's Jake Tapper.
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The legacy of Josephine Baker
Escaping segregation in 1920s America, she garnered fame in Paris as a nightclub artist, movie star and social activist, and was also a spy against the Nazis – roles that led her to become the first Black woman inducted into France's Panthéon of national heroes.
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Rep. Omar 'very confident' Pelosi will take action on Boebert this week after anti-Muslim remarks
Rep. Ilhan Omar said Sunday she is "very confident" House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will take "decisive action" on Rep. Lauren Boebert over the Colorado Republican's anti-Muslim remarks.
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Lenny Kravitz closes Art Basel with starry private show for billionaires
Leonardo DiCaprio, French Montana and Venus and Serena Williams were spotted partying at the exclusive 75-minute private gig at Wayne Boich’s Miami mansion.
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MS Gov. Reeves: If Roe v. Wade Overturned State Would Enact Stricter Abortion Ban
Governor Tate Reeves (R-MS) said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union" that if the Supreme Court overturned the 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade, his state would enact an even stricter abortion ban than the 15 weeks one the court is currently considering.
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Josephine Baker, legend
Entertainer Josephine Baker grew up poor in the slums of St. Louis, before garnering fame in Paris as a nightclub artist, movie star and businesswoman, far from the strictures of legal segregation in America. But Baker's roles also included a spy against the Nazis, and a pilot for the French Air Force during World War II. Her wartime exploits and social activism have led her to become the first Black woman inducted into France's Panthéon of national heroes. Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer talks with one of Baker's adopted children – the racially diverse "Rainbow Tribe" – about the incomparable Baker's life and legacy.
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Nolte: Fredo Finally Got Whacked
The end of Fredo and Andrew Cuomo reveals a lot about the lack of ethics in the Democrat party and at CNN.
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President Biden could make Russia pay if it invades Ukraine
The Biden administration has plenty of options to make good on its pledge to punish Russia financially if President Vladimir Putin invades Ukraine, from sanctions targeting Putin’s associates to cutting Russia off from the financial system that sends money flowing around the world.
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