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Alec Baldwin is ‘devastated’ over fatal film shooting, insiders say

Alec Baldwin is distraught after accidentally killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring the director on the set of his New Mexico film "Rust".
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Accused Michigan shooter told school officials violent drawings were for a video game
The accused Michigan high school shooter told officials that violent drawings he made ahead of his deadly rampage were for a "video game," a letter released Saturday said.
The world has the tools to end the coronavirus pandemic. They're not being used properly
The Covid-19 pandemic will not last forever.
Ohio driver keeps one hand on wheel, catches baby with other as wife gives birth in passenger seat
An Ohio man helped deliver his newborn daughter Friday when his wife gave birth on the way to the hospital.
Op-ed: Virgil Abloh dissolved 'barriers of entry' with joy and optimism
British fashion designer Samuel Ross was Virgil Abloh's first assistant. Here, he writes about the late designer's role as a mentor.
Arizona Cardinals at Chicago Bears: Live stream, time, date, betting odds, how to watch
The Cardinals hope to have QB Kyler Murray back on the field for the first time in over a month as they travel to face the Bears on Sunday on Fox.
'It's everywhere.' Fed up with racist bullying, students across the US are walking out and protesting hate
Some Black students are being told they stink while others are being called monkeys by their White peers. The n-word has been written on the walls of school restrooms as other students are the targets of racist rants on social media.
Rep. Lauren Boebert and the politics of outrage: Why lawmakers reap rewards from firebrand tactics
Rep. Lauren Boebert, a prolific fundraiser, won't likely lose her seat over her islamophobic comments. She may raise more money for her next election.
Is the new COVID-19 normal a new, worrisome variant every few months?
There is no "new" normal for COVID-19 yet, say experts. Any kind of steady-state is still years away.
Pro-Trump counties now have far higher COVID death rates. Misinformation is to blame
An analysis by NPR shows that since the vaccine rollout, counties that voted heavily for Donald Trump have had more than twice the COVID mortality rates of those that voted for Joe Biden.
Donald Trump Peddled His 'Stolen Election' Story. The Job was to Promote GOP Candidates
In this daily series, Newsweek explores the steps that led to the January 6 Capitol Riot.
Double Negative in Donald Trump Election Fraud Statement Raises Eyebrows
The former president's statement prompted sarcastic comments on social media from a range of his detractors.
Jets vs. Eagles: Preview, predictions, what to watch for
An inside look at Sunday’s Jets-Eagles Week 13 matchup at MetLife Stadium:
The US is averaging more than 100,000 new Covid-19 cases a day, the highest level in two months
For the first time in two months, the US is averaging more than 100,000 new Covid-19 cases each day, shortly after millions of Americans traveled for the Thanksgiving holiday.
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Giants vs. Dolphins: Preview, predictions, what to watch for
An inside look at Sunday's Giants-Dolphins Week 13 matchup at Hard Rock Stadium
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Milwaukee Dancing Grannies make parade return after Waukesha tragedy
The Milwaukee Dancing Grannies made their first appearance in a Christmas parade Saturday since a suspect drove through a parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, leaving four of the group’s members and two others dead.
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Dropping Cambo Oil Field Won’t Help U.K. Carbon Cuts
Climate activists claim victory but Shell’s decision won’t result in lowering demand for fossil fuels. 
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Death toll rises to 13 in Indonesia volcano eruption
The death toll following the eruption of the highest volcano on Indonesia’s most densely populated island of Java has risen to 13.
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Conviction of Ahmaud Arbery's killers puts new focus on first prosecutor
Those demanding justice for Ahmaud Arbery want another conviction beyond the three White men found guilty of murdering the 25-year-old Black jogger running in their south Georgia neighborhood in 2020.
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Texas man guilty of killing wife who wanted divorce day after wedding
Tareq Alkayyali, 39, of Arlington, was found guilty of strangling to death his 23-year-old wife Wasam Moussa in May 2019.
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Amy Coney Barrett Basically Thinks Women Are Incubators
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyBalls & Strikes Editor-in-Chief Jay Willis is a white man and even he admits there’s enough of them talking abortion rights. However, he is also an expert in topics related to the Supreme Court, and host Molly Jong-Fast has him on this bonus episode of The New Abnormal to parse them out, namely the future of Roe v. Wade and the truth about the conservative justices on the bench.With abortion back in the news cycle again as SCOTUS heard arguments this week about certain abortion rights cases, most recently the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization out of Mississippi, there’s no better time. The case may decide if the state is entitled to block women from getting abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. And quite frankly, pro-rights people are scared.According to Willis’ reports on the justices that make up this court—“It’s certainly the most conservative Supreme court since the great depression”—they have a reason to be.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Man fatally shot in South Bronx
A 44-year-old man was shot and killed in the Bronx on Saturday evening, cops said.
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Powerball Results, Numbers for 12/4/21: Did Anyone Win the $278M Jackpot?
The Powerball numbers on Saturday were 10, 40, 45, 56 and 67. The Powerball was 2 and the Power Play was 2X.
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Bomb squad rushes to hospital after WWII-era shell found in man’s rectum
An army bomb squad rushed to a English hospital after a man was admitted with a WWII-era munition shell stuck in his rectum, according to police.
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Ukrainians tense at frontline amid troop build-up
Ukrainian soldiers at the frontline with rebel-controlled areas say they are ready to fight back Russian aggression amid reports of a build-up of troops at the border.      
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Michigan schools order investigation after staff raised alarms about suspect hours before fatal shooting
Suspect Ethan Crumbley, 15, had numerous conversations with counselors who were concerned after violent images were found at his desk.
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U.S. congressman posts family Christmas picture with guns, days after school shooting
A U.S. congressman posted a Christmas picture of himself and what appeared to be his family, smiling and posing with an assortment of guns, just days after the Oxford High School shooting.
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NFL Week 13 predictions: Ride with Derek Carr and the Raiders
The Raiders, a 2.5-point favorite, are the pick against the Washington Football Team on Sunday.
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'Constant state of anxiety.' Yet another school shooting takes its pyschological toll
Legions of teachers, school administrators, staff and students have been emotionally scarred by rampages that -- according to the authors of a new book on mass shootings -- have become "routine events in our lives."
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Sex offender stages suicide to avoid court date
A West Virginia man is accused of pretending to kill himself to avoid being sentenced for failing to register as a sex offender.
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New Chris Cuomo sexual misconduct allegation emerged days before CNN firing: report
It is unknown if the reported revelation had any role in Cuomo's firing from CNN
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New Music: Deep Purple 'Turning to Crime'
The legendary rock band releases their first covers album, recorded during the pandemic. Rick Damigella reports.
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Video shows alleged gunmen who shot two subway riders
Two subway riders opened fire on two other straphangers on a train in Manhattan Saturday morning.
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RJ Barrett’s shooting woes continue in return to Knicks’ lineup from illness
RJ Barrett hasn’t put his finger on a reason for his 13-game shooting slump.
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College Football Playoff committee’s job made easier with upsets
By early Saturday night, Cincinnati was celebrating, Kirby Smart was bending the knee to former boss Nick Saban and the College Football Playoff committee was exhaling. A wild Saturday that featured two major upsets should make Sunday’s announcement easy. Alabama’s commanding 41-24 defeat of undefeated and top-ranked Georgia in the SEC championship game and fifth-ranked...
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Lincoln Riley era can't start soon enough for USC after season-ending loss to Cal
USC football closed out its unremarkable season with a 24-14 loss to California in the final game before Lincoln Riley takes control as coach.
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The Corn Rake Murder
A farmer says he found his wife impaled by a corn rake. The rake has just four tines – so why does she have six puncture wounds? CBS News chief investigative and senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod reports for "48 Hours."
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Paul Millsap gives Nets big lift off the bench
Paul Millsap hasn’t enjoyed many moments this season commensurate with his résumé as a four-time NBA All-Star, but the veteran forward posted his best statistical game for the Nets this season on Saturday in a 111-107 loss to the Bulls.
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Pope in Greece: Francis Renews Calls to Help Migrants
At the Presidential Palace, Pope Francis urged countries to take in the needy. He will visit a camp for migrants on Lesbos on Sunday. Here’s the latest.
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Gardena Serra defense comes through in 21-17 win over Long Beach Poly
Maalik Murphy throws for three touchdowns in Gardena Serra's Division 1-A regional bowl victory over Long Beach Poly.
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A man found his mother's vintage school cafeteria cookbook. He's now had the decades-old recipes reprinted
One man is bringing back memories, and delicious food, for the community of Abilene, Texas.
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What Happened to the Perfect Child?
After a young girl is adopted from Russia, her American parents come to believe she is capable of murder and return her. Years later, "48 Hours" contributor Troy Roberts learns her surprising story.
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Alabama Wins SEC, But Likely Captured Another First in Its Storied History
Alabama could celebrate something never done in its history.
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Jeff Garlin addresses allegations of misconduct on set of ‘The Goldbergs’
Jeff Garlin said that he has been subject to investigations from the HR department in each of the last three years due to things he has said on set.
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Explosion heard near Iranian nuclear site Natanz
An explosion shook the area near Iran’s main nuclear-enrichment plant late on Saturday, prompting conflicting explanations from Iranian officials as Tehran engages in talks with world powers over its nuclear program.
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Jose Aldo: T.J. Dillashaw 'the best opponent next' after UFC on ESPN 31 win
Jose Aldo wants to fight fellow former longtime UFC champ T.J. Dillashaw after a main event win at UFC on ESPN 31.       Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 31 results: Rafael Fiziev's slick wheel kick leads to TKO of Brad RiddellUFC on ESPN 31 results: Rafael Fiziev's slick wheel kick leads to TKO of Brad Riddell - EnclosureUFC on ESPN 31 video: Jamahal Hill KOs Jimmy Crute in 48 seconds, calls out Paulo Costa 
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UFC on ESPN 31 bonuses: Fiziev's wheel kick, Guida's submission among six total winners
UFC handed out more bonuses than usual after an event filled with exciting finishes at UFC on ESPN 31 in Las Vegas.      Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 31 play-by-play and live results (7 p.m. ET)UFC on ESPN 31 breakdown: Counters will be key in Rob Font vs. Jose AldoImpa Kasanganay among four fighters no longer on active UFC roster 
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Clippers have bumpy ride to Sacramento, where they lose to Kings
The Clippers had a rough ride north to Sacramento, where they lost 104-99 to the Kings. It was Los Angeles' first loss there since 2013.
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Motorcyclists remove dead friend from coffin for last ride
A group of motorcyclists in Ecuador took the body of their dead friend from its coffin, put it on the back of a chopper and leaned it against the driver's back, as half a dozen men cheered.
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