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Billy Porter slams Vogue over Harry Styles cover: 'This is politics for me'

"Cinderella" star Billy Porter slammed Vogue's choice to use Harry Styles, "a straight white man," to don a dress and become their first male cove model.
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Candice Bergen, Billy Crystal tell Jane Pauley about aging in Hollywood
Jane Pauley wants you to know that her new "CBS Sunday Morning" primetime special, "Forever Young: Searching For The Fountain of Youth," is not about plastic surgery.
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Fantasy football: Tyrod Taylor a strong fantasy fill-in vs. Jets
Texans quarterback Tyrod Taylor vs. the Jets is a good fill-in fantasy football option for team owners.
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Devoted student fans stick together despite tough stretch
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Mr. Thanksgiving celebrates 51 years
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Crime Stoppers looking for man accused of theft
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Divers suspend search for missing 2-year-old
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Man facing charges for murder-for-hire scheme
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Horses dead after trailer catches fire
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Resident faces uncertain future after explosion
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Brain injury survivor appointed to state board
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Jackson scores 21 points, Clippers beat Pistons 107-96
Reggie Jackson scored 21 points and the Los Angeles Clippers got back on track with a 107-96 victory over the lowly Detroit Pistons on Friday.
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Kim Kardashian's daughter has a new TikTok account
Kim Kardashian teamed up with her daughter, North West, to launch a new TikTok account. See what they've posted so far.
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WHO skips two letters in Greek alphabet in naming Omicron COVID variant
The emergence of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 has international health experts worried, financial markets stumbled — and the Internet baffled over how the new name was chosen.
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Broadway stars and more pay tribute to the legendary Stephen Sondheim
The "West Side Story" and "Gypsy" composer died on Friday at the age of 91. 
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No. 17 Iowa's rally deals Huskers another heartbreaking loss
Spencer Petras ran for a 2-yard touchdown with 2:58 left to give 17th-ranked Iowa its first lead, and the Hawkeyes came back from a 15-point deficit in the third quarter to beat Nebraska 28-21 on Friday.
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Lauren Boebert's Apology to Omar Makes No Mention of 'Chest Feed' Remark Aimed at Buttigieg
Critics of Boebert's "chest feed" remark called it homophobic and insulting to the estimated 228,000 same-sex parents raising children in the United States.
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Saquon Barkley, Kenny Golladay hope Giants changes spur seasons
Two of the Giants’ most important — if underperforming — offensive weapons praised fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett on Friday, but discussed changes they are hoping to see.
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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul issues state of emergency in response to omicron variant
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul issued a state of emergency order on Friday in response to the identification of the COVID-19 omicron variant.
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Amzil hits jumper at buzzer, Dayton beats No. 4 Kansas 74-73
Mustapha Amzil's lone basket of the game was a memorable one.
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Fox News Host Still Thinks Dems Used COVID to ‘Steal’ the Election
Fox NewsMore than a year after Donald Trump decisively lost the 2020 presidential election, there are still some pro-Trump Fox News personalities who believe the “Big Lie” that the election was stolen.Fox News host Sean Duffy, a former Republican congressman and ex-cast member of MTV’s The Real World, used concerns over a newly identified COVID-19 variant on Friday to baselessly accuse Democrats of “cheating” in the 2020 elections.Filling in as one of the panelists on late-afternoon opinion show The Five, Duffy quickly pivoted from his co-hosts’ complaints that President Joe Biden hasn’t done enough to stem the tide of COVID-19 to insisting that Democrats have exploited the ongoing pandemic.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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China's crackdown on Hong Kong may have pushed Taiwan further away than ever
Beijing's crackdown on Hong Kong has played an important role in how Taiwanese view China, with opinion polls suggesting more people now support the self-ruled island becoming formally independent from the mainland.
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Brooks Koepka fulfills quest to ‘spank’ Bryson DeChambeau in ‘The Match’
Koepka bested DeChambeau at The Match at the Wynn golf course in Las Vegas in a one-sided affair.
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No. 22 San Diego State rallies past Boise State 27-16
Jordon Brookshire's last competitive pass had been thrown in mid-October, back when he lost San Diego State's starting quarterback job and got labeled a third-stringer.
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After Wuakesha parade attack, progressives need to admit their bail reforms don’t work
Most people arrested for violent crimes are guilty of those crimes. Those who have committed violent crimes in the past are likely to commit more violent crimes in the future.
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Spike Carlyle fills in on short notice to fight Dan Moret at Bellator 272
"The Alpha Ginger" is back on the big stage as Spike Carlyle will meet Dan Moret at Bellator 272.       Related StoriesKyoji Horiguchi says he's 'real champion' entering Bellator 272 title fight vs. Sergio Pettis'I was almost going broke fighting in MMA': Rachael Ostovich says BKFC far more lucrative'I was almost going broke fighting in MMA': Rachael Ostovich says BKFC far more lucrative - Enclosure 
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NYT: Legendary composer Steven Sondheim has died
Legendary composer Steven Sondheim died at the age of 91 in his home in Roxbury, Connecticut, according to the New York Times.
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Will flight restrictions help as new virus variant emerges?
A new coronavirus variant identified in South Africa is leading to a new round of travel restrictions just as many had finally begun to ease.
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No. 3 Purdue takes inside track to blow out Omaha 97-40
No. 3 Purdue accomplished one goal Friday by keeping the foot on the accelerator.
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Chargers injury updates: Left guard Matt Feiler questionable
Starting left guard Matt Feiler was limited in practice Friday and is questionable for the Chargers' visit to Denver because of an ankle injury.
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Artemi Panarin starts 3-goal third; Rangers beat Bruins 5-2
Artemi Panarin scored the first of New York’s three third-period goals with 8:25 left and the Rangers beat the Boston Bruins 5-2 on Friday afternoon, giving Gerard Gallant the best start in his first 20 games as coach in team history.
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I dropped out of Oxford to become a stripper and I can’t get enough attention
Melissa Todd, now 45, is baring all about her decision to drop out of Oxford University and become a stripper.
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Black Friday: Hottest coat deals for women
Sure, winter technically starts Dec. 21, but you’ll want to grab a coat long before then.
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China's crackdown on Hong Kong fuels fears in Taiwan
As China cracked down on the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong, the Taiwanese public watched on anxiously. Some fear they could be next to see harsher clampdowns as China steps up pressure on the democratic island of 24 million to "unify" with the mainland. CNN's Will Ripley reports.
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Zion Williamson inching closer to long-awaited Pelicans return
Pelicans forward Zion Williamson has been cleared to participate in full team activities, the club announced Friday.
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At least 19 dead, 32 injured after bus crash in Mexico
At least 19 people are dead and dozens more injured after a bus crash in central Mexico Friday.
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Omicron variant sparks travel bans and worries scientists
CNN's David McKenzie reports on the new Covid-19 variant known as Omicron and why its mutations are concerning scientists and health professionals.
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Starter mentality: Despite injuries, Washington’s offensive line has been one of its deepest and strongest units
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Starter mentality: Despite injuries, Washington’s offensive line has been one of its deepest and strongest units
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DC police officer assaulted while attempting to stop theft suspect
A police officer in Washington, D.C. was assaulted while trying to stop an individual accused of theft.
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150,000-year-old beads found to be world’s oldest form of jewelry
Archaeologists were recently digging in the Bizmoune Cave in southwest Morocco where they found the oldest set of jewelry known to man.
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Florida mom and python hunter save their car from serpent ahead of Thanksgiving
A mother and son have gone viral for their python removal team-up, which was captured on video and uploaded to TikTok five days before Thanksgiving.
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Hochul’s playing politics with the MTA at the city’s expense
In a grim return to politics as usual, Gov. Kathy Hochul is messing with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in a bid to boost her chances in next year’s Democratic gubernatorial race. This week, she pledged to expand the Second Avenue subway into East Harlem, though there’s no clear way for the MTA to pay for...
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Gov. Kathy Hochul orders elective surgery canceled amid COVID spike, Omicron
Gov. Kathy Hochul signed an executive order Friday to postpone elective hospital surgeries -- something that hasn't been done since the worst of the initial coronavirus outbreak last year.
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Cowboys fans brawl with concession worker in stadium concourse
Cowboys players brawled with their opponents on Thanksgiving, and their fans brawled with a concession worker in the AT&T Stadium concourse.
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Adam Kinzinger Calls Lauren Boebert 'Trash,' Says Kevin McCarthy Tried to 'Hug a Skunk'
Kinzinger called McCarthy "a living example of what happens when you try to hug a skunk" and said that Boebert "is TRASH."
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Teen punches woman who asked her to wear mask on Brooklyn street: video
The victim, who wasn’t identified, had apparently asked the girl to mask up — sparking a “verbal dispute” before things got physical, new video shows.
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Musical Theater Legend Stephen Sondheim Dies at 91
(NEW YORK) — Stephen Sondheim, the songwriter who reshaped the American musical theater in the second half of the 20th century with his intelligent, intricately rhymed lyrics, his use of evocative melodies and his willingness to tackle unusual subjects, has died. He was 91. Sondheim’s death was announced by his Texas-based attorney, Rick Pappas, who…
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