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Arkansas homeless man returns to pay for Little Debbie snack he took during robbery

A homeless man returned to a gas station in Little Rock, Arkansas, to pay for a Little Debbie cake he was told to take after walking in on a robbery in progress last week, according to a local report.
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TikToker Encourages Parents to Burn Fake Christmas Presents in Viral 'Life Hack' Video
"Christmas is coming, and here is a sure fire way to ensure your little darlings [are] behaving proper," TikTok user Bennyg7070 suggested in the comments.
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Jerome Powell: The Fed may wind down its stimulus sooner than expected
The Federal Reserve might end its pandemic-era stimulus sooner than expected, Chairman Jerome Powell told the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday.
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Most Americans say Biden bears some blame for division in US: poll
54.2 percent of likely general election voters thought Biden was "very responsible" or "somewhat responsible" for divisions among the American people according to Trafalgar Group survey.
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Fact Check: Did a Child Shout 'Shut the F*** Up' During a Jill Biden Book Reading?
A video on Twitter featuring the first lady at a Christmas reading event for children appears to end with profanity directed at her.
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Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to cooperate with Jan. 6 select committee
The chairman of the committee said Meadows has been "engaging" with the panel.
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Video of Cat 'Dreaming of Warm Milk' Goes Viral: 'Dangerous Level of Cute'
One pet lover commented: "Thank you for the purest, most wholesome thing I have witnessed all day.."
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Meadows to Testify Before Jan. 6 Committee as Other Trump Allies Cite Executive Privilege
Meadows came to an agreement with lawmakers, narrowly avoiding a referral of criminal contempt charges from the House panel.
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Rare Sea Turtle Fighting for Life After Washing up on Beach 4,000 Miles From Home
A dog walker came upon the turtle usually found in the Gulf of Mexico on a beach in the U.K.
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The Republicans’ sweeping plan to sabotage Biden’s presidency
It's playing out at every level and in every available forum. And if the country is the real victim, so be it.
Biden signs slate of bills aimed at supporting veterans
President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed into law four bills aimed at supporting the nation's veterans, including legislation intended to combat racial disparities related to benefits as well as addressing maternal mortality among female veterans.
Fewer Americans shopped during Thanksgiving weekend than last year
Analysts say it remains to be seen whether the omicron variant — news of which broke just before Black Friday — will weigh on holiday retail sales.
Woman awarded $2.1 million over shoplifting arrest at Walmart
Jury rules in favor of customer who accused the retailer of "falsely accusing innocent Alabama citizens of shoplifting."
Stock selloff worsens on worries over omicron impact, Powell comments
Stocks fell on Tuesday as investors weighed the potential economic fallout from the new coronavirus variant. Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell said the central bank could end its bond-buying early.
Six players, $995 million: Breaking down MLB's new nine-figure men, from Corey Seager to Javy Baez
Enormous contracts have been handed out early in free agency this winter, a stark contrast from years past.
Meadows cooperating with House January 6 committee, chairman says
Earlier this month, the committee threatened to seek a contempt referral​ for Meadows if he did not cooperate.
Kings' Tristan Thompson has Grizzlies fan ejected over Kardashian comments: report
A Memphis Grizzlies fan was ejected from Sunday night’s game against the Sacramento Kings after reportedly making comments about the Kardashians directed at forward Tristan Thompson.
‘The View’ Fans Applaud Hosts For Taking Guest John McWhorter to Task: “Did Not Come to Play Today”
So, did anyone in the audience actually want to keep their free book afterwards?
Five names Notre Dame football should consider for its head coach opening to replace Brian Kelly
These five coaches likely will be on Notre Dame's list to replace Brian Kelly as head football coach after his departure to LSU.
The new Miss USA is Elle Smith, a local TV reporter from Kentucky
Elle Smith traded in her Miss Kentucky sash for a Miss USA crown on Monday night. She is slated to compete in the Miss Universe pageant in Israel next month.
Woman Awarded $2.1M After Walmart Demands $200 Settlement Over Dismissed Shoplifting Case
Lesleigh Nurse accused the retailer of sending a series of threatening emails demanding the settlement.
Hear Afghan women's rights activist react to HRW report
The Taliban executed dozens of members of the Afghan security forces after they surrendered following the militants' seizure of Afghanistan in late summer, new research released by Human Rights Watch (HRW) alleges. CNN's Becky Anderson speaks to Fawzia Koofi, former Deputy Speaker of the Afghan Parliament, about the report.
People Mock 'The Queen's Gambit' Board Game: 'It's Not Actually Chess'
"It looks similar to the board game from that musical called Chess," joked one online commentator, while another urged people to "stick to snakes and ladders."
Negging: The popular flirting technique that hinges on emotional manipulation
Negging, or sending backhanded compliments as a form of flirting, is more than just playful banter. Experts say it's emotional manipulation.
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.
Americans Less Concerned About Omicron Outbreak Than They Were About Delta, Poll Finds
Scientists and health officials fear Omicron may be more transmissible than other COVID-19 variants, but much is still unknown about the strain.
Comcast, Disney reach new distribution agreement for Disney channels
Announced Tuesday, the deal keeps ESPN, FX, Disney Channel, Freeform and National Geographic channels available to Comcast's Xfinity customers.
Former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows providing records to Jan. 6 committee, to sit for deposition
Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is providing records to the Jan. 6 committee and is expected to testify.
Tom Brady gets cocky on podcast while trolling Colts
Tom Brady had fun trolling the Colts after Tampa Bay’s 38-31 comeback win over Indianapolis on Sunday.
Amazon, Walmart and the world's biggest retailers are making port congestion and pollution worse, new report finds
The supply chain is facing major blockages, and container ships are heaping pollution into communities near the congested ports.
Tyler Cameron reacts to Hannah Brown’s book: ‘I’ve got receipts, too’
"You know, she's writing a book — she's got to sell books, she's got to make headlines. Sell them books!" Cameron quipped about Brown's new book.
Scott Peterson moved from death row ahead of resentencing hearing
Scott Peterson, a California man convicted of murdering his pregnant wife and unborn son in 2002, has been moved from death row ahead of a resentencing hearing scheduled for Dec. 8, according to jail records.
New Migrant Caravan of 2K Moves North as Efforts to Contain in Southern Mexico Fail
"In Tapachula, there's no life for migrants. We don't have work, we don't have money to pay for housing," Atis, a migrant from Haiti, said.
A pizza delivery driver was carjacked. Two children, ages 12 and 13, were arrested
Officials said such cases have become more common in recent years.
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.
Tangier, Morocco: Where creative energy is free to flow
Long romanticized as an artistic escape, Tangier is evolving. Now an active generation of Moroccan curators and cultural entrepreneurs are emerging as its keepers, looking to the past to inform its future and demonstrating the city's creative spirit is as strong as ever.
Fishing in Orange County resumes after oil spill near Huntington Beach
A 45-mile stretch of coastline in Orange County was closed to fishing and other seafood procurement for nearly two months.
Mysterious mummy found in tomb in Peru with hands covering its face
A mummy, fully bound in ropes and with its hands covering its face, has been discovered in an underground tomb in Peru.
Gingrich on CNN's Chris Cuomo helping brother amid scandals: He 'has got to go' after lying to viewers
Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich told “America's Newsroom” on Tuesday that CNN's Chris Cuomo “has got to go” after a report revealed the extent to which he went to help his brother Andrew during the former NY governor's scandal probe.
FedEx driver dumped packages at least 6 times into Alabama ravine, sheriff says
Authorities investigating the discovery of hundreds of FedEx packages in an Alabama ravine have questioned the driver they think is responsible -- and believe the driver dumped packages there at least six times, a sheriff said Tuesday.
Tiger Woods Does Not Expect to Play Golf Full Time Ever Again 9 Months After Car Crash
"As far as playing at the tour level, I don't know when that's going to happen," the golf legend said during a Tuesday press conference.
More than 400 toxic sites in California are at risk of flooding from sea level rise
Lower-income communities of color are five times more likely to live within half a mile of a toxic site that could flood by 2050, new research shows.
Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows cooperating with Jan. 6 panel; averts contempt showdown – for now
Mark Meadows initially defied a subpoena from Capitol insurrection investigators but is now cooperating, averting a contempt charge for now.
Would Twitter's New Privacy Rules Have Banned George Floyd's Arrest Video?
The policy sparked criticism, as many believe it would have prevented people from sharing the video of George Floyd's arrest, which sparked nationwide protests.
Employers split on whether vaccine mandates help or hurt recruitment
Most employers plan to require vaccines but they don't know if it will help or hurt their recruiting efforts -- or even lead to resignations, a new study by advisory firm Willis Towers Watson found.
"QAnon Shaman" to appeal 41-month sentence for role in Capitol attack
Images from the January 6 assault feature a shirtless Chansley wearing red, white and blue face paint and a fur helmet and carrying an American flag as he marched through the halls of Congress.
Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows cooperating with Jan. 6 committee
Meadows has provided records to the committee investigating the attack on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob and will give a deposition.
Beyoncé dropping new Ivy Park collection, Halls of Ivy, for the holidays
It’s time to deck the halls. Beyoncé has fans covered for the holiday season, announcing on Tuesday that her new Ivy Park x Adidas collection — appropriately named Halls of Ivy — will be released on December 9. The fifth collaboration between the singer, 40, and the activewear company is meant to “unite all people,...
NYC woman charged with murder of man covered in written messages: 'I touch little girls'
Rene Ayarde, 28, has been charged in connection to the July murder of 80-year-old Robert Baynor, of Staten Island, N.Y., who was found with messages written on his body, including one on his chest that read: "I touch little girls."