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Biden’s latest gift to well-off college grads — at the expense of everyone else

The big winners: Doctors, lawyers and so on who took out more loans to cover the costs of higher degrees.
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2 killed in small plane crash at Southern California airport
The single-engine Arion Lightning crashed while the pilot was attempting to land at Torrance Municipal Airport, the FAA said.
Victoria Fuller and Greg Grippo moving in together after 1 month of dating
"It's Nashville for us," Grippo, who lives in New York City, revealed. "I think that's the step that we're taking right now is moving in together."
BM: Aumentan las remesas a Latinoamérica en 2022
Las remesas a Latinoamérica y el Caribe ascendieron a 142.0000 millones de dólares en los primeros nueve meses de 2022, un 9,3% más que en el mismo período del año anterior, dice el Banco Mundial
Narbonne shows off Adams brothers in win over Long Beach Jordan
Marcus Adams Jr. scores 23 points, grabs 16 rebounds; Maximo Adams scores 13 points to lead Narbonne over Long Beach Jordan.
Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting: Katharine McPhee and David Foster bring in holiday cheer
It's not Christmastime until the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is lit up for the holiday season.
Former NFL player Damian Parms accused of swiping luggage at Atlanta airport
Parms was signed by the Atlanta Falcons after he went undrafted in the 2015 out of Florida Atlantic University.
Patrick Beverley would repeat his shove of Deandre Ayton all over again: ‘F–k him’
The 11-year NBA veteran said he’d shove of Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton again if he got the chance, despite his three-game suspension.
Biden and Democrats Are Walking a Tightrope With Rail Worker Union Allies
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyWhen Democrats secured a trifecta in the 2020 elections—winning control of both chambers of Congress and the White House—labor advocates rejoiced. Their allies, including a devout pro-union president, would be at the helm. Visions of paid leave, organizing reforms, and more worker-friendly initiatives seemed within reach.But one by one, those dreams began to crumble.Throughout the protracted, deeply negotiated process of crafting the Build Back Better (BBB) bill— which, in essence, later became the Inflation Reduction Act—Democrats fought tooth and nail to include expanded paid parental and medical leave. But those proposals were cut before passage.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Commentary: Where does Lincoln Riley’s first-year turnaround at USC fit in the sport’s history?
Where does USC's first-year revival under Lincoln Riley rank among college football turnarounds? Here's at look at what Urban Meyer, Ara Parseghian and others did.
Macron presents medals to US veterans
French President Emmanuel Macron presided over a ceremony at the French embassy in Washington on Wednesday, where he presented US veterans with Legion d'Honneur medals and thanked them for their service. (Nov. 30)
Kim Kardashian declined Balenciaga offer after BDSM ad scandal
Kardashian addressed the campaign earlier this week, saying she was "disgusted and outraged" by the images of toddlers holding BDSM teddy bears.
Video: ONE on Prime Video 5 pre-event press conference
Watch the ONE on Prime Video 5 press conference ahead of Friday's even headlined by a middleweight title fight.      Related StoriesPFL champ Rob Wilkinson confident he would've caught fire in UFC but happy where he is nowLiz Carmouche plans to leave no doubt in Bellator 289 rematch vs. Juliana Velasquez: 'It's personal'Amanda Ribas: UFC on ESPN 42 matchup with Tracy Cortez 'is a fight of the smart fighters'
House passes rail deal to try to avoid strike
The House has approved legislation to avert a potential nationwide rail strike, forcing rail workers to accept the labor agreement brokered by the Biden administration in September. The House also voted on a separate measure that provides seven days of paid sick leave, which also now heads to the Senate. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane joins CBS News to discuss.
Indiana: Piden sancionar a médica que habló de aborto a niña
La fiscal general republicana de Indiana pide a la junta médica del estado que sancione a un médico de Indianapolis que ha hablado públicamente sobre el aborto que practicó a una niña de 10 años que fue víctima de una violación y que había viajado desde Ohio donde se aprobó una ley restrictiva
Crypto's golden boy says he 'didn't ever try to commit fraud'
During the New York Times' DealBook Summit, Sam Bankman-Fried spoke about his bankrupt crypto empire and his "bad month."
Con ADN, sobrevivientes del Holocausto buscan a familiares
El Centro de Historia Judía, con sede en Nueva York, lanza un proyecto que ofrece kits gratuitos de prueba de ADN para los sobrevivientes del Holocausto y sus hijos
Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots: Predictions, picks and odds for NFL Week 13 matchup
Predictions and picks for the 2022 NFL Week 13 matchup between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots.
Georgia Voters Defy Efforts to Suppress Them
Voter suppression is one of the surest cures for apathy. Nothing makes you value a thing like someone trying to steal it from you.
At least 2 killed after powerful storms hit South
At least two people were killed after powerful storms brought tornadoes and hail to the Southeast Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Montgomery County, Alabama.
Timeline: Man accused of financially preying on women he met on dating apps
As multiple investigations involving Timothy Olson are underway by Wisconsin police, here's what we know so far about his alleged crimes.
New York City mayor announces plan to hospitalize mentally ill people involuntarily
New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced a new policy this week of treating the city's mentally ill homeless residents, even if they refuse. Philip Yanos, psychology professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, discussed how this will affect the city's most vulnerable.
What conservatives need to win the culture wars: creative visionaries
Trilling wanted “liberalism to be aware of the weak or wrong expressions of itself.”
Brandon Staley explains how Chargers must not fumble against Raiders' pass rush
Justin Herbert had been the NFL's least-sacked quarterback, but the Chargers allowed nine sacks the last two weeks and now face the Raiders' vaunted rush in key AFC West game.
Paulina Rubio promete amor y luz durante su participación en el ambicioso festival musical Bésame Mucho
La estrella del pop Paulina Rubio habla de su presentación estelar en el festival masivo de este fin de semana en Los Ángeles
Chinese student risks his and his family's lives to speak out against China's Covid restrictions
In an exclusive interview, CNN's Erin Burnett speaks to a Chinese student, now living in England, risking his life to speak out against China's attempts to suppress demonstrations that erupted across the country against the government's zero-Covid policy.
Breaking down what it could take for Jets to make playoffs
This could be a December to remember for the Jets.
Elon Musk Backtracks on Apple Criticism, Says It Was a 'Misunderstanding'
On Monday, Musk claimed that Apple had "threatened" to remove Twitter from its App Store and was pulling its advertisements off the social network.
EEUU: Fed mantendrá tasas más altas durante más tiempo
La Reserva Federal elevará las tasas de interés más de lo que tenía previsto y las mantendrá así durante un periodo largo, anuncia el presidente del banco central estadounidense Jerome Powell
NYC’s school application website crashes day before deadline
The New York City Public Schools’ online application website for middle schools and high schools crashed on Tuesday the day before the deadline.
Idaho college murders: Investigators asking local businesses about potential knife sale get 'no real help'
University of Idaho students Ethan Chapin, 20; Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and 21-year-old Madison Mogen were stabbed several times and killed on November 13.
Anne Heche estate appoints son Homer Laffoon as general administrator after months-long court battle
James Tupper, Anne Heche's ex-boyfriend, opposed Homer Laffoon's bid to become general administrator of her estate after her death in LA on Aug. 11. Heche was 53.
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NFL Week 13 odds: Moneylines, point spreads, over/under
Here's the betting odds for NFL Week 13 including moneylines, point spreads and over/under.      
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Prince William, Kate Middleton cheered on by sports fans at Celtics game
The royal couple arrived in town on Wednesday for a three-day trip, which will culminate in The Earthshot Prize ceremony Friday.
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Royals arrive in Boston for climate activism
The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived in Boston aboard a commercial British Airways flight on Wednesday. (Nov. 30)      
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UE advierte a Musk que Twitter debe reforzar protecciones
Un alto funcionario de la Unión Europea advierte a Elon Musk que Twitter necesita reforzar sus medidas para proteger a los usuarios de los discursos de odio, la desinformación y demás contenido perjudicial para evitar infringir las nuevas reglas que amenazan a grandes compañías tecnológicas con fuertes multas o incluso con un veto en el bloque de 27 naciones
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Las Vegas Strip suspect drives on sidewalk, arrested after 'barricade situation,' police say
A suspect who drove on the sidewalk and refused to stop for authorities was arrested Wednesday in Las Vegas, police said.
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Who is the wealthiest person at Art Basel? This ATM machine is displaying users' bank balances for all to see
Art collective MSCHF's latest project dares the annual fair's wealthiest attendees to reveal themselves.
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Giants’ defense eager for Azeez Ojulari’s return: Missed him ‘a lot’
The second-year outside linebacker is set to return Sunday against the Commanders after he missed the last seven games with a calf injury.
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These unique baby names will be the most popular in 2023
"Combine the trendy 'ever' sound with an adventurous, outdoorsy feel in tune with recent fast-risers Atlas and Wilder, and you get Everest."
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Plan antifuego cortaría 2,4 millones de árboles en N.Jersey
Hasta 2,4 millones de árboles serían talados como parte de un proyecto para prevenir incendios en un bosque de Nueva Jersey con protección federal y que es considerado un tesoro ambiental único
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Argentinos recobran la ilusión tras pase a octavos de final
Luego del contundente triunfo de Argentina a Polonia 2-0 que selló su pase a octavos de final en el Mundial, los hinchas argentinos se ilusionan cada vez más con el buen juego de la selección dirigida por Lionel Scaloni
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Period blood face masks are a big beauty trend — but experts warn they’re dangerous
This trend is a thing of dermatologists' nightmares: TikTokers are smearing their own period blood on their skin.
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'Let them live there': Russia claims harsh anti-LGBTQ law is defense against US influence
Russia's upper house of parliament unanimously voted to toughen a controversial law banning what the bill describes as LGBTQ "propaganda," making it apply to Russians of all ages. CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports.
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Biden enciende el árbol de Navidad de la Casa Blanca
“¡Cinco, cuatro, tres, dos, uno!”
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Biden appears to declare himself the greatest president in US history
President Biden, while speaking at the Tribal Nations Summit at the Department of Interior on Wednesday, all but claimed to be the greatest president in U.S. history.
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Scientist: lava may take two days to get to road
The world's largest volcano oozed rivers of glowing lava Wednesday, drawing thousands of awestruck viewers who jammed a Hawaii highway that could soon be covered by the flow. (Nov 30)      
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Hall of Famer Terrell Owens claims self-defense in incident outside CVS store
Retired NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens said the fight caught on camera in which he punched a man in a CVS parking lot started because an "aggressor" directed threats towards him.
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Hear the promises Stewart Rhodes made to his lawyers before Oath Keepers trial
Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes' lawyers James Lee Bright and Phillip Linder discuss the trial and seditious conspiracy conviction for their client's role in the January 6th attack on the Capitol.
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