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Bill Moyers says he fears for America for 'first time'

Legendary journalist Bill Moyers discusses the looming impeachment hearings with Brian Stelter. Moyers fears for the country "for the first time, because a society, a democracy, can die of too many lies. And we're getting close to that terminal moment, unless we reverse the obsession with lies that are being fed around the country."
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Trump has "every opportunity to present his case," Pelosi says
Pelosi told CBS News that "what the president did was so much worse than even what Richard Nixon did"
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The ‘Vanderpump Rules’ panel at BravoCon was a family affair
The “Vanderpump Rules” panel at BravoCon had some familiar faces in the crowd.
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Elise Stefanik rises as GOP impeachment star: ‘I am proudly the opposite of AOC’
"I am proudly the opposite of AOC," Stefanik told The Post.
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Elizabeth Warren backs Taylor Swift in music battle, rips private equity firms
Elizabeth Warren might soon find a place on Taylor Swift's squad.
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Report: Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa Hip Injury Diagnosed as Season-Ending Fracture
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa 's season has reportedly come to an end due to a hip injury he suffered during Saturday's game against Mississippi State...
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Dominic Thiem Beats Alexander Zverev to Advance to 2019 ATP Final
Dominic Thiem defeated Alexander Zverev in the last four of the Nitto ATP Finals on Saturday to set up a showdown with Stefanos Tsitsipas in London...
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Prince Andrew 'categorically' denies sex claims
The prince tells the BBC he has "no recollection" of meeting a US woman who says she was forced to have sex with him.
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Louisiana voters head to the polls for governor's election
It's election day in Louisiana and voters across the state are making their way to the polls to participate in the tight runoff race for governor. Associate producer for the CBS News political unit Sarah Ewall-Wice spoke with incumbent Governor John Bel Edwards and his Republican challenger Eddie Rispone before the vote. She has more from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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Trump undergoes part of his physical months early
The president made an unannounced stop at Walter Reed Army Hospital to have portions of his physical done before his 2020 schedule fills up
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3 children, 2 adults die after shooting inside San Diego home
An 11-year-old survived the violence and was in surgery, police said.
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Barr Accuses Democrats Of Trying To 'Cripple' The Trump Administration's Power
The Attorney General's remarks at The Federalist Society drew swift criticism from some legal experts, who decried his ideas as "authoritarian" and "dangerous."
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Pelosi: Trump’s offenses “so much worse” than Nixon’s
“At some point Richard Nixon cared about the country enough to recognize that this could not continue,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells Face the Nation
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US diplomat says he heard Trump question Gordon Sondland on Ukraine 'investigation'
A State Department official told lawmakers on Friday that the president asked EU Amb. Gordon Sondland in a phone call about the status of an investigation in Ukraine.
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Spotify's new road trip playlist generator is pretty neat!
I am a begrudging fan of algorithmic playlists. I miss putting together my own "new favorite songs" lists and assembling the perfect order of tunes for a burned CD. But damn if Spotify's Discover Weekly and Your Daily Mix playlists aren't convenient, and generally, really good. Spotify flexed its algorithmic playlist-making muscles again Friday when it released a new tool meant to provide the perfect soundtrack for an upcoming road trip: "Soundtrack your ride." It's a partially human, partially computer-directed playlist generator assembled to fit the length of your road trip.  A portal takes you through a series of questions about your upcoming road trip as well as your music taste. Ostensibly combined with what it knows about your music listening habits (you agree to let the portal look at your Spotify history when you begin), the answers help to generate a playlist that is on theme for where you are going, who you're with, and what your vibe is. Read more...More about Spotify, Road Trips, Playlists, Tech, and Music
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A immigration officer processed deportations for 20 years. Now he fears his own, after his Mexican birth certificate was unearthed.
REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez A former immigration officer for the US Customs and Border Protection agency lost his job and now fears deportation after an ironic twist of fate – he found out he wasn't actually a US citizen. Raul Rodriguez worked for the US government since 2000 processing deportations. But while trying to help his brother emigrate from Mexico, Rodriguez received a call from the Office of the Inspector General informing him they had discovered a Mexican birth certificate for him. KRGV News reports that Rodriguez, who has lived in the US for almost 50 years and served in five separate US Navy deployments, had never seen his real birth certificate before, and believed he had been born in the US. His father then revealed to Rodriguez during an OIG investigation that he had actually been born in Mexico, and Rodriguez lost his job.  Rodriguez filed for residency with US Citizenship and Immigration Services but his application has been withheld from processing, and he says he is constantly looking over his shoulder. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After nearly 20 years of working as an immigration officer for the US Customs and Border Protection agency, Raul Rodriguez knew a lot about deportation – he processed them. What he didn't know was that he would soon fear deportation himself. When Rodriguez – who has lived in the US for almost 50 years and served with the US Navy for five separate deployments – started the process of helping his brother emigrate from Mexico to the US, he began submitting his own citizenship paperwork along with his brother's to US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 9 items to avoid buying at CostcoSee Also:California rules set lower emissions for state vehicle fleetThe best yoga socksBerliners tried to send Trump a piece of the Berlin Wall with a message saying 'no wall lasts forever'
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Read transcript of closed hearing with White House official
Morrison said did not think "anything illegal was discussed" during the call with Trump and the Ukrainian president
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Germany 4-0 Belarus: Toni Kroos stars as Germany book place at Euro 2020
Toni Kroos scores twice as Germany book their place at Euro 2020 with a routine win over Belarus in Monchengladbach.
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Prince Andrew: I didn’t have sex with teenager, I was at home after Pizza Express in Woking
Duke of York claims alibi in Emily Maitlis interview for NewsnightThe Duke of York claimed on Saturday night that he could not have had sex with a teenage girl in the London home of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell because he was at home after attending a children’s party at Pizza Express in Woking.Prince Andrew gave the startling explanation in a bombshell interview with Emily Maitlis for BBC’s Newsnight in which he was grilled about his relationship with the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, who has been exposed as a paedophile. Continue reading...
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New York’s oldest charity to vote on allowing female members after 235 years
Members of the Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, the city’s oldest charity, will vote on a resolution this week to allow women to become members.
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In Bolivia, Interim Leader Sets Conservative, Religious Tone
The leader, Jeanine Añez, promised to unify a nation in turmoil. But her initial steps, taking the country rightward and injecting religious themes, risk deepening the divide.
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Several people, including 3 children, found dead in San Diego home
"This is absolutely being treated as a homicide," said San Diego Police spokesman Lt. Shawn Takeuchi.
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READ: Testimony Of Jennifer Williams, Aide To Vice President Pence
At the time of her deposition on Nov. 7, her lawyer told NPR that Williams's testimony "will largely reflect what is already in the public record."
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Yellow vest protests: More than 100 arrested as violence returns to Paris
Rioters clash with police, unleashing some of the worst violence Paris has seen in months.
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Germany Advance with Euro 2020 Qualifier Win vs. Belarus
Germany defeated Belarus 4-0 on Saturday in UEFA 2020 European Championship qualifying, guaranteeing their path towards the finals. The hosts broke the deadlock four minutes before half-time, as Matthias Ginter found the back of the net...
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READ: Testimony Of Tim Morrison, Former Russia Director For National Security Council
In his closed-door deposition on Oct. 31, Morrison said President Trump had indeed asked Ukraine's president for assistance, but argued the president's conduct wasn't unlawful.
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Antifa protesters crash Proud Boys rally near Trump Tower
A rally by 25 far-right Proud Boys was crashed by 300 protesters in Manhattan Saturday — and the two groups spent an hour hollering at each other across Fifth Avenue near Trump Tower. The Proud Boys had planned a rally to voice their opposition to two of their members getting four-year prison sentences last month...
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Conscious un-cup-ling: Dunkin' is breaking up with foam coffee cups
It's not you. It's the environment. Dunkin' is ending its relationship with foam cups.
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5 family members, including 3 children, dead in reported shooting at San Diego home
Five people have died and a child has been hospitalized after an apparent shooting Saturday in San Diego.      
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Ryan Kalil has season end in another Jets disaster
The Jets signed center Ryan Kalil in August, hoping he could help a shaky offensive line. Like most things in this Jets season, it did not work out. Kalil was placed on season-ending injured reserve on Saturday after playing just seven games for the Jets. He missed the last two games with a knee injury....
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Trump goes to Walter Reed National Medical Center for 'portions' of annual physical exam
Trump traveled to Walter Reed National Medical Center in Maryland on Saturday for "portions" of his annual physical exam, the White House announced.       
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Mom, three young children dead in San Diego shooting
Cops found six people with gunshot wounds inside the family's home in Paradise Hills, a suburb of San Diego, before 7 a.m. Saturday.
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Northern Ireland Open: Holder Trump will meet O'Sullivan in Belfast final
Defending champion and world number one Judd Trump will meet Ronnie O'Sullivan in Sunday's Northern Ireland Open final in Belfast.
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Read transcript of hearing with Pence adviser
Williams is testifying in an open hearing before the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday
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Google's fight with Oracle will be heard in the Supreme Court
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Tua Tagovailoa’s injury ‘very serious’ in major Alabama blow
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Adam Schiff slams Donald Trump as a ‘charlatan’ in speech to California Democrats
House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) told California Democrats that President Trump is a “profound threat to democracy” at the party’s fall nominating convention Saturday in Long Beach, California. But he notably emphasized that the way to remove him from office is voting. With Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down,” playing as he entered, Schiff...
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Lucas Torreira's Agent Says Midfielder 'Not at Ease' at Arsenal
Lucas Torreira is not comfortable with being asked to play a new position for Arsenal this season, according to his agent...
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Sam's Club is offering Black Friday deals on TVs, smart home devices, and more
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Stop Using Public USB Ports to Charge Your Phone
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View from Belfast: republicans cheering on Tories, loyalists for Corbyn – what’s going on?
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University Of Colorado's Live Buffalo Mascot To Retire Because She Runs Too Fast
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Pope Francis compared rhetoric from anti-gay politicians to Hitler speeches
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Chinese soldiers help clean up debris after Hong Kong protests
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Colin Kaepernick’s NFL workout: Last-minute change causes chaos
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. — Just 15 minutes before Colin Kaepernick was scheduled to work out Saturday for 25 NFL teams at the Atlanta Falcons’ training complex in Flowery Branch, the quarterback’s representatives announced the session was being moved 60 miles away to a high school in Riverdale. The representatives said the switch was made because they...
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European Champions Cup roundup: Quins crushed by rampant Clermont
• Alivereti Raka and Peceli Yato score twice each• Glasgow, Leinster and Leicester all winHarlequins suffered a heavy defeat in their Champions Cup opener at Clermont Auvergne, losing 53-21.The excellent Alivereti Raka and Peceli Yato scored two tries apiece in a dominant display from the three-time finalists, who were making their return to the competition after failing to qualify for last season’s tournament. Continue reading...
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Here's everything we know about Mina Chang, who rapidly rose from a self-described singer to a State Department official with a dubious résumé
Department of State Mina Chang, a 35-year-old State Department official, prompted a flurry of interest over her credentials this week after she was alleged to have embellished her work history and educational experience. In a statement from her previous nonprofit group, executive director Ian Dailey characterized the news reports as a "classic 'hit-job'" and said he was "disgusted with the unwarranted attack" against Chang. Here's what we know about Chang, who joined the Trump administration in April. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Mina Chang, a 35-year-old State Department official, prompted a flurry of interest over her credentials this week after she was alleged to have embellished her work history and educational experience. At first glance, the State Department's deputy assistant secretary to the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations appears to have received extensive training and education from prestigious institutions, but a closer look reveals she may have misrepresented her background. In a statement from her previous nonprofit group, executive director Ian Dailey characterized the news reports as a "classic 'hit-job'" and said he was "disgusted with the unwarranted attack" against Chang. "Shame on you every outlet [sic] that picked up this story without doing your own research and merely surmised the onerous positions of the original," Dailey wrote, in reference to NBC News's original report. "You wonder why the media isn't trusted? … it's this, right here." Here's what we know about Chang:Chang worked as the CEO of a nonprofit group. Chance Yeh/WireImage Chang was the CEO of nonprofit group Linking the World for nine years. "We create broad awareness of America's unique role in the world," the group says on its website. "By first helping others recognize why a stable and strong America is vital for global security, we will be able to make the case for a proactive national security, defense policy, and foreign policy rather than the more traditional reactive approaches of the past." Linking the World advocated for the use of drones in international humanitarian responses, including disaster relief. "Applying insights gleaned from a broad range of civilian and military data sets, data analytics, social science and geo-spatial intelligence capabilities to identify and assist vulnerable communities, the organization worked to isolate root causes of instability, and direct development initiatives to remove exploitation points used by violent extremist groups," the website adds. According to the nonprofit group, $10,000 was spent for overseas work in 2015. The group claims that the low spending is indicative of a highly efficient model of "minimal US staff and no local offices or employees."  In 2019, the group was notified by the IRS of a "potential issue" relating to its previous tax filings. The group stopped taking donations while it works to resolve the problem, according to Ian Dailey, the executive director. Chang was an aspiring musical artist. Screenshot via YouTube In 2014, Chang told The Dallas Observer that she previously had a career in music and recorded albums in Korean and English. The 2010 earthquake in Haiti is what she cites as the reason for her career shift. "I took a huge chance stepping away from something I thought was safe and such a huge opportunity, but I knew this is where my heart is," she said to The Dallas Observer at the time. Her works, including a rendition of "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas," can be found on YouTube. "My work has given me such a perspective and it's taught me to walk through a period of my life," Chang reportedly added. "When you're in the field you're stripped of who you are. You're just existing together in that moment. It's not about your clothes, or your image, it's about what you're giving. This year is just one season on my journey." Chang traveled the world for the nonprofit work. YouTube Chang claims to have traveled the world for her nonprofit work. Her destinations included Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Nigeria, and the Philippines, where she frequently uploaded photos and videos of her travels. At least one member of the media scrutinized her work during her trips. "I spent two days in Mogadishu at the same hotel as her in 2016," Kevin Sieff, a Washington Post bureau chief, said on Twitter. "A truly bizarre experience." "There were photo shoots in front of the city's ruins and vlogs back at the hotel," Sieff added. "She talked a lot about 'stability operations,' but mostly seemed confused. I remember thinking it was one of the more misguided humanitarian missions I'd seen." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Trump official with dubious résumé appears to have even skipped a 6-day leadership seminarHow a former British paratrooper prepared actors in '1917' to fight WWI's devastating battlesMeet the Night Stalkers, the pilots who fly SEALs and Delta Force to their most dangerous and secretive operationsSEE ALSO: Trump official with dubious résumé appears to have even skipped a 6-day leadership seminar
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California high school shooter dies of injuries
The shooter killed two of his classmates Thursday in Santa Clarita, California.
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Opinion: Forget about the predicted backlash against Dems
The first week of impeachment public hearings was devastating for President Donald Trump. The House Intelligence Committee heard testimony from foreign service officials deeply troubled by the administration's shadow policymaking cabal, headed by Rudy Giuliani, that withheld vital foreign aid in exchange for campaign support.
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