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'Sold By Amazon' Program to End After Feds Find Price Fixing, Antitrust Violations
The consent decree filed Wednesday orders Amazon to shut down the program, as well as $2.25 million to the Washington attorney general's office.
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Giants interview Patrick Graham as head-coaching search marches on
It was far from a day of all pomp and circumstances for Giants general manager Joe Schoen. After stepping away from behind the microphone, he went back to work, as the search for a new head coach was ongoing and reaching the final stages. Schoen, co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch and Chris Mara, the...
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As Tucker Carlson Heads Back to Hungary, NY Young Republicans Endorse Autocrat Orbán
The group called Orbán a "great defender of Western Civilization and the rights of the family."
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How a housewife became the opposition leader in Belarus
An exiled Belarus mother leads the opposition to her country's pro-Putin government. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.
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Ancient Bhutan trail set to open for first time in 60 years
Visiting the Land of the Thunder Dragon can be challenging, but there's new incentive to finally cross it off the bucket list in 2022 as its breathtaking Trans Bhutan Trail will be reopening to travelers for the first time in 60 years.
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Iraqi national pleads guilty to defrauding US refugee program: Justice Dept.
A Iraqi national has pleaded guilty to defrauding U.S. refugee programs, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.
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North Korea fires two missiles toward East Sea, South Korea says
North Korea fired two missiles into the sea off its eastern shore on Thursday, a South Korean military official claimed.
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Lawmaker on why DeSantis' surgeon general pick is so dangerous
CNN's Anderson Cooper talks to Democratic Florida State Senator Lauren Book about a contentious confirmation hearing for Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo that ended abruptly after Democrats walked out in protest, prompting Republicans to immediately vote to favorably recommend Ladapo.
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Westside Councilman Mike Bonin says he won't seek re-election
L.A. City Councilman Mike Bonin, who represents Venice and other coastal areas, said Wednesday he will not seek re-election.
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Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes to Stay in Jail Until Seditious Conspiracy Trial
"The evidence in the record overall indicates [Rhodes'] release could endanger the safety and wellbeing of others," wrote Judge Kimberly C. Priest Johnson.
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Russia and Ukraine agree to continue ceasefire talks
Russian and Ukrainian negotiators agreed that a permanent ceasefire in eastern Ukraine must be observed "unconditionally" following hours-long talks in Paris on Wednesday.
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Erika Jayne fires back at motion to surrender $750K earrings amid estranged husband Tom's bankruptcy case
Erika Jayne is responding to a motion from bankruptcy trustees who asked the reality star to turn over a set of diamond earrings valued at $750,000. The pricey piece of jewelry was a gift from her estranged husband Thomas Girardi, whose law firm was shuttered amid a fraud investigation.
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Lockdowns Expand in Greater Beijing 9 Days Before Olympics
Chinese Communist Party officials locked down much of the city of Sanhe, which borders Beijing, on Wednesday — just nine days before Beijing will host the 2022 Winter Olympics — after detecting a new Chinese coronavirus infection in a Sanhe resident who commutes to Beijing daily, the Global Times reported.
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Roommate accused of killing man’s ferrets because ‘they smell like s–t’
A Minnesota man was arrested after killing his roommate’s four emotional support ferrets last week because “they smell[ed] like s–t,” a report said.
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Atlanta high school stabbings leave 2 students wounded; multiple suspects arrested
Two Atlanta high school students were wounded in a stabbing spree Wednesday morning and three suspects were arrested.
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Peter Robbins, OG voice of Charlie Brown in Peanuts holiday staples, dies by suicide at 65
Peter Robbins, the original voice of Charlie Brown in beloved classic Peanuts cartoons, has died by suicide. He was 65.      
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New bill would force courts to clear cannabis convictions faster
Proposed legislation to speed dismissal of cannabis convictions comes two weeks after a Times investigation
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Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase on ex-LSU coach Les Miles: 'He told me I couldn’t play receiver'
In his sensational rookie season, Ja’Marr Chase took the NFL by storm.
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Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian do dinner with Jeff Bezos: report
The two billionaires and their thousandaire third wheel dined together, after which they returned together to Davidson's Beverly Hills hotel.
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2020 sore losers look to run the 2024 vote
Believing or promoting baseless claims of fraud, Trump acolytes are campaigning to take over secretary of state offices to manage elections their way.
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Indonesia: Machete-Wielding 'Warring' Tribes Spark Nightclub Fire, Kill 18
Rival ethnic tribes in Indonesia's West Papua province clashed in the early morning hours of Tuesday, sparking a nightclub fire that burned 17 people "alive," BenarNews reported, adding that an 18th victim died from stab wounds sustained in the fighting.
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"Just Burn Them": Father Finds Girlfriend's Dirty Underwear in Son's Room In Viral Post
"He needs to know how important boundaries are," one user said.
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REVEALED: Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s Husband Partly Owned a Chinese Company That Sold Spyware to U.S. Military
Peter Schweizer’s new book "Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win" tells the story of how Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s (D-CA) husband Richard Blum was part owner of a Chinese firm that allegedly sold computers with spyware chips to the U.S. military.
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100 bags of fentanyl found in bedroom of Connecticut teen who overdosed at school, police say
Authorities say they are confident that the 100 bags of fentanyl discovered in a Connecticut teen's room are the same drugs found in his school.      
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The Oscar-Shortlisted Documentary Writing With Fire Shines a Light on Only All-Women News Outlet in India
It’s 2016 and inside a newsroom in India, a group of rural female journalists are discussing why they need to pivot away from print reporting to digital. It’s a conversation that would feel familiar to journalists across the world—except many of the reporters at the online news outlet Khabar Lahariya have never even touched a…
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Clyburn: I Urged Biden to Vow to Pick Black Woman for SCOTUS Because I Thought That Would Save His Campaign, 'And He Did'
On Wednesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” House Majority Whip Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) stated that during the 2020 Democratic primaries, he urged then-candidate Joe Biden to raise the issue of nominating a black woman to the Supreme Court because “he
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Former 'Vanderpump Rules' star Stassi Schroeder announces book after being fired for past actions
Former "Vanderpump Rules" star Stassi Schroeder has announced that she has written a book called "Off with My Head: The Definitive Basic B*tch Handbook to Surviving Rock Bottom."
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Slain NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora’s organ donations save 5 lives: ‘Somebody did receive this hero’s heart’
Slain New York City police Officer Wilbert Mora died as the result of an ambush shooting in Harlem last week. But because he was an organ donor, Mora has been able to save at least five lives after his death, according to the CEO of New York City’s organ donation and transplant network.
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Kacey Musgraves gives surprise performance at Philly gay bar, covers Fleetwood Mac
While on tour in Philadelphia, singer Kacey Musgraves surprised fans when she showed up to a local bar and sang a classic Fleetwood Mac song.       
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Minnie Mouse to Shed Iconic Dress for a Pantsuit for Women's History Month
The Disney character Minnie Mouse will be shedding her iconic polka dot dress for a pantsuit in honor of Women's History Month at Disneyland Paris.
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Hiker dies after he slips while taking photo on Arizona mountain
Richard Jacobson, 21, fell an estimated 400 to 700 feet from the Flatiron Trail summit at Los Dutchman State Park after midnight Monday.
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'I Had To Google MP35, Too': Social Media Reacts As ABC's 'Abbot Elementary' Ratings Soar
Fans of 'Abbott Elementary' have been quick to sing the new sitcom's praises.
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Patient who refused COVID vaccine was denied a heart transplant
Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston said the COVID-19 vaccine is one of several immunizations required by most U.S. transplant programs.
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'Succession' star Brian Cox on getting feedback from Rupert Murdoch's family
"Succession" star Brian Cox tells Anderson about receiving some unexpected feedback about his role and the show. Anderson Cooper Full Circle airs Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6pm E.T.
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San Jose Moves to Require Gun Owners to Have Insurance and Pay Annual Fees
A proposed ordinance, believed to be the first of its kind in the U.S., calls for an annual “harm reduction fee” of about $25 to pay for programs to stem gun violence.
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Biden Makes Sexual Harassment in Military a Punishable Crime in New Executive Order
President Joe Biden signed an order on Wednesday intended to address sexual harassment in the military
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Navy SEALs to stop using Washington state parks after residents voice fears of seeing 'armed men'
The US Navy is pausing SEAL training at Washington state parks while a legal battle over their use winds its way through the courts.
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Eli Manning on Aaron Rodgers' future in Green Bay: 'It's not always greener on the other side'
Former New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning believes Aaron Rodgers should finish out his career with the Green Bay Packers because he could potentially have regrets later on.
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'Jeopardy!' champ ends impressive winning streak
It's game over for "Jeopardy!" champ Amy Schneider, but she has more than 1.3 million reasons to be grateful for her impressive run.
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Dana White explains to 'you idiots' why he didn't present Francis Ngannou's title at UFC 270
UFC president Dana White claims there was nothing personal behind his octagon absence after Francis Ngannou's UFC 270 title defense.       Related StoriesDana White explains to 'you idiots' why he didn't present Francis Ngannou's title at UFC 270 - EnclosureFrancis Ngannou to have knee surgery, faces nine-month recovery following UFC 270 winFrancis Ngannou to have knee surgery, faces nine-month recovery following UFC 270 win - Enclosure 
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San Jose passes first-of-its-kind gun control measure
The San Jose city council passed a first-of-its-kind gun control measure, requiring gun owners to have liability insurance and pay an annual estimated fee of $25. At least one lawsuit has been filed over the ordinance's constitutionality. San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo joined CBS News to discuss.
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'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' Finale: When Is the Final Episode and Where To Watch Season 7?
"DC's Legends of Tomorrow" is gearing up for its final episodes of Season 7, with the season finale available at a much later time than fans might expect.
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Ex-Met Billy Wagner: Hall of Fame ‘privilege’ shouldn’t go to PED takers
One Cooperstown hopeful wonders why PED-tainted ex-slugger Alex Rodriguez is even under consideration.
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Poll: Kemp, Perdue Locked in Tight Georgia GOP Primary; Both Tied with Stacey Abrams
Democrat candidate Stacey Abrams is in a virtual tie with her top opponents, incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp (R) and former Sen. David Perdue (R-GA), in the race for Georgia governor, according to a new poll released Wednesday.
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University of Washington department's website appears to violate own 'inclusive language guide'
The information technology department at the University of Washington might be the newest member of the "Do as I say, not as I do" club.
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A 15-month-old dies of COVID-19, becoming L.A. County's youngest coronavirus fatality
An additional 91 COVID-19 deaths were reported in L.A. County on Wednesday, the second-highest daily total of the Omicron surge. One of the deaths was a 15-month-old.
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Kim Kardashian playfully mocked by ‘Property Brothers’ Drew, Jonathan Scott in hysterical TikTok dance
Drew and Johnathan Scott poked fun at Kim Kardashian while filming their popular HGTV series “Property Brothers."
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ESPN’s Ryan Clark: If Cooper Kupp Were Black, We'd Talk About Him Differently
Commentator Ryan Clark is blasting the sports media for refusing to acknowledge how great the Rams Cooper Kupp has been because he's white.
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