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Alec Baldwin Addresses Shooting Incident: 'No Words to Convey My Shock and Sadness'

The actor released a statement about the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
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Ghislaine Maxwell trial: Exhibit images released
Court exhibit images have been released by the US Southern District of NY during the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell.
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Male Caimans Sing to Females for Love
The caiman courtship strategy was filmed for the Discovery+ series "The Mating Game."
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‘Beasts Of The Southern Wild’ star Jonshel Alexander dead at 22
Former child star was shot to death Saturday night in New Orleans: "She was a really bright burning light. Her character in the film is named Joy Strong, which always seemed like a perfect description of Jonshel," her director said.
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Man Boasting About Not Being Vaccinated Says He's Stranded After Airport Kicked Him Out
In a Facebook video, Patrick King said: "Well, here it is guys, there's your proof—I cannot get on an airline. I am stuck, officially stuck, in Toronto."
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TIME and Cricket Media Announce Launch of TIME for Kids in China
NEW YORK, NY December 2, 2021: TIME for Kids announced a new partnership with Cricket Media, award-winning publisher and eLearning provider for children in the United States and China. Cricket’s NeuPals business in Dalian, China, will publish TIME for Kids in English and Chinese for the home and school markets providing insight into current events,…
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How will the Lakers contend while LeBron James is in health and safety protocols?
USA TODAY Sports' Jeff Zillgitt breaks down how the Lakers will manage without LeBron James in the lineup.       
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Layoffs around the U.S. fall to lowest level since 1993
Announced job cuts are at a three-decade low, while new claims for jobless aid are down to pre-pandemic levels.
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Brent Musburger calls Jon Gruden’s Raiders exit a ‘professional hit job’
Brent Musburger is floating a new theory about the Jon Gruden fallout. Gruden, who resigned as the head coach of the Raiders in October following a bombshell New York Times report that revealed he had used homophobic and misogynistic language in previous emails, is currently suing the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell, accusing the league...
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New Binary Star Type Discovered is The 'Missing Link' In Stellar Evolution
The discovery could finally explain how a type of stellar remnant called extremely low mass white dwarfs form, something that has puzzled scientists for decades.
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Lady Gaga reveals ‘exactly’ what she did wrong during ‘Sopranos’ acting debut
“House of Gucci” isn’t the first time Lady Gaga has paid homage to her Italian roots. Before she scored the 2019 Oscar of Best actress for her role in Bradley Cooper’s ‘A Star Is Born,’ she was just “Girl at Swimming Pool #2” in “The Sopranos.” Gaga, whose legal name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta,...
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AOC is latest Democrat to launch attack on Supreme Court
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., took to Twitter to attack the Supreme Court hours after the justices heard oral arguments in what could be the most significant abortion case in decades.
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Second US case of Omicron variant found in Minnesota
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‘Laverne & Shirley’ actor Eddie Mekka dead at 69
He also had roles on "Fantasy Island," "The Love Boat," and later "Family Matters."
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Ohio Deputy Charged a Year After Fatally Shooting Casey Goodson Jr. in Front of Children
Franklin County Sheriff's Deputy Jason Meade was indicted Thursday on two charges of murder and one count of reckless homicide in the fatal shooting of Casey Goodson, Jr.
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Man Who Attended NYC Anime Convention Becomes Minnesota's First Omicron Case
Officials worry the Omicron variant is more transmissible and could potentially reduce the effectiveness of vaccines and therapeutics.
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Rory McIlory is over the jokes about his ‘f–king ripped shirt’
Rory McIlory doesn't want to talk about his "f--king ripped shirt."
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MSNBC analyst: Republicans opposing Anthony Fauci because they want pandemic to continue
Liberal MSNBC analyst John Heilemann appeared to accuse Republicans, without evidence, of wanting Americans to ignore the advice of Dr. Anthony Fauci so that the coronavirus pandemic would continue.
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Biden's COVID task force is a failure and urgently needs a shakeup
The entirety of President Biden’s White House COVID Task Force has been an abysmal disaster, and it is time for a change.
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Tips to level quickly in the ‘Halo Infinite’ battle pass
The "Halo Infinite" battle pass and progression system has changed. Here's how to gain experience quickly.
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'The Ingraham Angle' on Biden, Build Back Better, Boebert-Omar feud
Guests: Jim Banks, J.D. Vance, Peter McCullough, Tate Reeves, Lauren Boebert, Ken Starr
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Lawmakers react to Mississippi Supreme Court abortion case
Lawmakers react to the Supreme Court case over a Mississippi abortion law.
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Cellar’s market: Record-high rents push New Yorkers into basement homes
These New Yorkers aren’t scared of the basement. Last year, Caroline Caugliere, 28, a project manager, rented an apartment in the beneath a seven-unit, four-story residential building in Prospect Heights with her bartender boyfriend Christian, 30, and their two cats Sterling and Cyrus. What their recently renovated digs lack in natural light was made up...
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Christmas dark comedy 'Silent Night'
Family and friends gather at a UK country estate for a holiday celebration just before an environmental apocalypse. David Daniel has a look.
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Britney Spears turns 40 with new independence: Experts on why women should be 'proud' of the age
Britney Spears turns 40 Thursday, and like many stars hitting the milestone age, the pop icon is experiencing a renaissance in her life.       
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Biden, Mexico reach agreement to restart Trump-era 'Remain in Mexico' program
The 'Remain in Mexico' policy will begin Monday but the U.S. is taking steps to address Mexico's human rights concerns with the Trump-era policy.      
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Omicron variant in the US: What we know
Here's what we know about the omicron variant of COVID-19 in the U.S. after its first case was announced Wednesday.
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What places are missing from our California winter list?
We picked 40 experiences throughout California great for winter. Tell us: What activity did we leave off our list?
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The major miscalculation behind 'Succession's' unspectacular season
In Season 2, HBO's Emmy-winning drama walked a tightrope of savage comedy and Shakespearean drama. In Season 3, it's lost its balance.
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BuzzFeed is voting to go public, but much of its staff just walked out
BuzzFeed may soon trade on the stock market, serving as a bellwether for the rest of the media industry's financial futures. Even before the decision on going public is final, though, it's already reflecting a key tension in the industry: In preparation for the vote that will take the company public, much of its staff is staging a walkout.
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TV stations yank ‘Dr. Oz Show’ as surgeon runs for Senate in Pennsylvania
Fox Television Stations in New York City and Philadelphia have pulled the show in light of the Federal Communications Commission’s “equal time” rules for broadcast TV stations.
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Elle magazine bans fur in all its titles
Fashion magazine Elle is banning fur from the pages of all its international editions in a move to support animal welfare and reflect changing tastes, the publication said on Thursday.
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Congress Strikes Deal on Stop-Gap Funding Through February
Congressional leaders struck a deal Thursday to fund the government through February, which serves as a victory for Republicans. 
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Omicron COVID Variant Outbreak at Christmas Party Infects 60 People
If confirmed, the infections that followed an event in Oslo could be the biggest single outbreak recorded of the new COVID variant.
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“Cows Are the New Coal.” How the Cattle Industry is Ignoring the Bottom Line When it Comes to Methane Emissions
One of the early, attention-grabbing announcements at November’s COP climate conference in Glasgow was a commitment by more than 105 countries to join a U.S.- and E.U.-led coalition to cut 30% of methane emissions by 2030. The potent greenhouse gas, which is up to 80 times more effective at heating the planet than carbon dioxide…
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Sandra Bullock calls boyfriend Bryan Randall the ‘love of my life’
The couple blended their families after falling in love in 2015. The actress has two children, Louis and Laila, while the photographer has a daughter, Skylar.
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Government shutdown would cost the US economy $1.8 billion a week, S&P says
Congress is flirting with a shutdown that would cost the US economy $1.8 billion for each week the government is closed, according to estimates by S&P Global Ratings.
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Inflation causing financial strain for nearly half of U.S. households, poll finds
Among low-income households, more than 7 in 10 say the rising cost of food, gas and other necessities is creating hardship.
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Philadelphia teen shot 18 times while waiting for school bus; 2 charged with murder
Philadelphia police have charged two men with the murder of 14-year-old Samir Jefferson, who was shot 18 times while waiting for a school bus on Monday afternoon.
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MLB Opening Day Threatened By First Work Stoppage Since 1995
IRVING, Texas — Major League Baseball plunged into its first work stoppage in a quarter-century when the sport’s collective bargaining agreement expired Wednesday night and owners immediately locked out players in a move that threatens spring training and opening day. The strategy, management’s equivalent of a strike under federal labor law, ended the sport’s labor…
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Texas nanny sentenced to 30 years for child molestation
A Houston man will spend his next 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to molesting two boys under his care while working as their nanny.
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Britney Spears, Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake and more celebrities turning 40 in 2021
Lordy, lordy, look who's 40! Some of your favorite stars are celebrating four decades of life in 2021, including Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake.       
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Blind Toddler Sees Mom's Face for First Time in Tear-Jerking Video
Watch the special moment when a little girl named Riley was able to see her mother's face for the first time after being given glasses.
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Fossils reveal a new dinosaur species that was the size of dogs
Fossils found in Chile are from a strange-looking dog-sized dinosaur species that had a unique slashing tail weapon, scientists reported Wednesday.
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During Arguments Over Roe’s Fate, Justice Breyer Played Right Into the Conservatives’ Hands
The most senior liberal justice showed why it’s time for him to retire.
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Striking Kellogg's workers to get 3% raises in new contract
Kellogg’s has reached a tentative agreement with its 1,400 cereal plant workers that will deliver 3% raises and end a nearly two-month-long strike
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Legal expert weighs in on arguments in Supreme Court over Mississippi abortion law
The Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments over a law in Mississippi than bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The case is putting the future of Roe v. Wade in doubt. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford reports on the latest. Then, CBS News legal contributor and Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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Aaron Paul and wife Lauren expecting second child
The "Breaking Bad" star and his wife, who are already parents to 3-year-old daughter Story Annabelle, are expecting their second child together.
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Police whistleblowers ousted by "blue wall of silence"
A USA Today investigation revealed alleged retaliation against whistleblowers within police forces across the country, including death threats and destroyed careers. USA Today investigative reporter Daphne Duret joins CBSN to discuss the investigation.
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