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Buttigieg says US supply chain issues will 'certainly' continue into 2022

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg predicted on Sunday that supply chain issues facing the US will continue into 2022, but stressed that Congress potentially passing President Joe Biden's infrastructure proposal is the best way to help alleviate those problems.
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Video shows smash-and-grab robbery mob suspect spray security guard in face
The clip released by the LAPD shows a hooded and masked man nonchalantly strolling through a Nordstrom department store, before speeding up to cut off a guard walking toward a door.
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Rohingya Refugees Sue Meta for $150B, Say Failure to Stop Hate Speech Led to Genocide
The lawsuit says Facebook spread misinformation and hate speech that "amounted to a substantial cause, and eventual perpetuation of, the Rohingya genocide."
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Dow surges more than 500 points as rebound from Omicron sell-off continues
The Dow was last seen up about 530 points, or 1.5 percent, as investors continued to shrug off the new variant.
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TikToker Surprises Husband With Pet Cow in Viral Clip: 'Where the F**k Did You Get a Cow?'
"You know I love you, right?" asks Destiny Lane of her husband before telling him about the new member of the family.
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Wastewater Helps Cities Detect Community Spread of COVID Variants Like Omicron
Wastewater tests tend to be more accurate, as patients shed the virus into waste even when asymptomatic or when they test negative for COVID.
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Insured Michigan Drivers to Get $400 Check Next Year Thanks to State Fund Surplus
"I will always work to put money back into Michiganders' pockets," Governor Gretchen Whitmer said in a tweet.
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Lala Kent posts about ‘narcissists’ after Randall Emmett breakup
The "Vanderpump Rules" star reposted a telling Instagram graphic a month and a half after Page Six broke the news that her engagement to the producer was off.
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Muhammad Mokaev vs. Cody Durden on tap for UFC Fight Night on March 19
After Cody Durden's recent controversial post-fight interview, Muhammad Mokaev called for the fight.       Related StoriesSpinning Back Clique: UFC-Bellator bantamweight supremacy, Paul-Woodley 2, UFC 269Spinning Back Clique: UFC-Bellator bantamweight supremacy, Paul-Woodley 2, UFC 269 - EnclosureDan Hardy gives 'better martial artist all around' Charles Oliveira good chance to beat Dustin Poirier 
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Biden urges Putin toward diplomacy, not war, with Ukraine
President Biden spoke Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, urging him during a video conference not to invade Ukraine.
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US Capitol Police has made a fraction of recommended changes since January 6, internal watchdog says
Only about one-quarter of recommended changes to US Capitol Police following the January 6 riot have been implemented, department Inspector General Michael Bolton told a Senate committee Tuesday.
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Bed rails recalled after two deaths in US
Nearly half a million adult portable bed rails sold nationwide have been recalled after being linked to two deaths, according to federal safety regulators.
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Captioners Say Most Mispronounced Words of Year Include Omicron and a 'Squid Game' Treat
The U.S. Captioning Company released the report commissioned by the language-learning platform Babbel.
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200 officers left Capitol Police since Jan. 6 insurrection, watchdog tells Senate hearing
About 200 Capitol Police officers have left since the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, which injured 140 officers, the inspector general told senators.       
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Beachy keen treasures for your favorite surfer girl
From luxury surf boards and sunglasses to sandals and jewelry, the best holiday gifts for your favorite beach-loving sun goddess.
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Nick Cannon's 5-month-old son dies of brain cancer
Zen, Cannon's youngest son, died from a form of brain cancer.
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U.S. retains water polo coaches Adam Krikorian, Dejan Udovicic through Paris Olympics
Adam Krikorian, who has led the U.S. women's water polo team to three Olympic gold medals in a row, and men's coach Dejan Udovicic are back for 2024.
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The Heisman Trophy will be awarded Saturday. Here’s what to know.
The Heisman Trophy, given annually to college football’s top player, will be awarded Saturday night. Here’s what you need to know.
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Stories that stayed with us from 2021
These are among the tales of redemption, forgiveness and love told in Column One, The Times' showcase for storytelling, in 2021.
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The Justice Department should unleash its wrath on Mark Meadows — and all other obstructionists
Trump's inner circle must not be allowed to impede the House select committee.
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UFC on ESPN 31 medical suspensions: Jose Aldo, Rob Font face 180 days for facial fractures
As a result of their UFC on ESPN 31 bouts, Jose Aldo, Rob Font, and five other fighters are facing six-month bans.      Related StoriesEdmen Shahbazyan fires back at Brendan Allen after UFC on ESPN 31: 'Talk that sh*t and get laid out'Bryan Barberena doesn't understand Nate Diaz's stance, wants to fight everyoneWilliam Knight had no doubts about decision over Alonzo Menifield 
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CNN chief Jeff Zucker says Chris Cuomo ‘deserved termination’
CNN president Jeff Zucker told the network's staffers on Tuesday morning that former host Chris Cuomo "deserved termination" and won't be paid any severance, according to reports.
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Abnormally warm weather to dominate Lower 48 through winter solstice
Temperatures set to swell 10 to 20 degrees above average for an extended time
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Controversial ‘suicide pod’ that ‘kills peacefully’ gets go-ahead in Switzerland
Individuals are asked a series of questions before they can press a button, which brings oxygen down to a critical level.
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Sylvia Matthews Killed by Man Released From Years in Prison for Stalking Her: Police
Earlier in the year, the woman accused him of putting her in a headlock and punching her in the face. A report filed against him was ultimately suspended.
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Best music of 2021: Playboi Carti, Grouper, Turnstile, Yasmin Williams and more
Some of the year’s best albums helped push time forward. Others made it blur.
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Amazon not loading? Can't hook up on Tinder? The internet has failed you again. Here's what to do
Can't stream Disney+? Load Amazon? Hook up on Tinder? Websites and apps that use Amazon Web Services were knocked offline Tuesday by another outage.      
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Oxford School District Declines Michigan AG's Offer to Investigate What Led to Shooting
The district chose to have a third party investigate the events leading up to the November 30 shooting at the high school in which four students were killed.
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Iran Deporting Up to 30K Afghans Per Week As Illegal Migration Spikes Under Taliban Rule
Iran, which already hosts around 3 million Afghan residents, has had to deport over one million Afghans as of November 21 as they flee in large numbers.
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Yet another billionaire heads to space tonight
Yusaku Maezawa, a Japanese billionaire, will strap into a Russian-built Soyuz capsule and rocket into outer space early Wednesday morning, kicking off the first self-funded tourism mission to the International Space Station in a decade.
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Can Oklahoma keep killing inmates on Native land? Julius Jones' clemency renews death penalty fight
Julius Jones was set to be executed at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary, which sits on the Choctaw reservation. Native activists said #NotOnOurLand.       
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U.S. Capitol Police inspector general says only small number of recommendations adopted after Jan. 6 attack
Michael A. Bolton said his team is finalizing a report that it will issue in the coming days on the security flaws.
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Brittney Johnson to Be First Black Woman to Play Glinda Full-Time on Broadway's 'Wicked'
Johnson joined the cast of Wicked in 2018 as a standby for the character, but will move into the leading role full-time starting on February 14, 2022.
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Save big on cold weather staples during J.Crew’s 60% off sale
Ready to upgrade your winter wardrobe? Take advantage of J.Crew's latest sale now. 
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Metaverse now: The top AR and VR devcices you can today
The metaverse isn't just a concept — with the right gear, you can start exploring it immediately. Here's how.
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Jussie Smollett gets testy as he’s grilled on Instagram messages with alleged attacker
The embattled actor lost his cool and got testy when questioned by special prosecutor Dan Webb about some of his private messages on Instagram with Abimbola "Bola" Osundairo,
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Japan billionaire Maezawa to fulfill childhood dream with space flight
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa said he could barely contain his excitement a day ahead of blasting off to the International Space Station.
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Video Shows Moment Gunman Opens Fire on Pedestrians in Front of New York City Deli
No arrests had been made in connection with the mid-November shooting by midday Tuesday, according to police.
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Ryan Clark compares Bill Belichick to God in bizarre ESPN moment
After the Patriots beat the Bills 14-10 on "Monday Night Football," Ryan Clark did more than just heap praise on Bill Belichick.
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Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit to undergo necropsy following sudden death
Medina Spirit is set to undergo a postmortem to determine the cause of the Kentucky Derby-winning horse's sudden death at Santa Anita racetrack in Southern California, according to the California Horse Racing Board (CHRB).
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French Police Arrest Man in Connection With Khashoggi Killing
A man with the same name, Khalid Alotaibi, is wanted in connection with the murder of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents in Istanbul in 2018.
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Crypto CEOs Head to Congress to Fight Looming Regulations. Here’s What to Expect
As debates about cryptocurrency regulation continue to be waged around the world, six key executives will attempt to defend the rapidly growing field before Congress on Wednesday. 
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"Disastrous": Locals speak out against putting mining wastewater in well
Officials want to put millions of gallons of wastewater in a deep injection well. But with a long history of incidents and issues, locals and some officials say they have "zero confidence" there won't be any problems.
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‘The View’ Hosts Butt Heads Over Biden’s Accomplishments After First Year In Office
"Joe Biden really has, in some respects, restored the soul of our nation."
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Ice Hockey Top 10: Churchill at No. 5 after shutting out Wootton in ‘measuring stick game’
In the first ice hockey rankings of the young season, St. John's and Yorktown come out on top.
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From Mistletoe to Holly, These 10 Christmas Plants Could Be Toxic to Your Pet Dog
While holly, mistletoe and Christmas trees are part of the festive season, they can be toxic to our four-legged friends.
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Bethenny Frankel reveals her favorite gift from fiancé Paul Bernon
Plus, find out what the former "RHONY" star's hoping to unwrap this year. (Spoiler alert: Hermès and Tiffany are involved.)
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Vanessa Bryant says she lives ‘in fear’ that Kobe Bryant crash photos will go viral
The widow of the Hall of Famer is suing Los Angeles County over photos taken by first responders of remains that included her daughter, Gianna.
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Netflix and IllumiNative launch program supporting Indigenous creators: How to apply
Producers must identify as Native and be attached to a current project to qualify for Netflix's IllumiNative Producers Program. Here's how to apply.
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