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Caetano Veloso’s exquisite protest music has always rejected the idea of despair

The Brazilian icon’s first album of new songs in the Bolsanaro era feels playful and bold.
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"Bizarre" coral reef sounds offer hope of recovery after destruction
Scientists say there's now hope that reefs previously destroyed by fishermen using explosives to kill massive amounts of fish can be restored.
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Kelly Bensimon shares tip on scoring a Yankee amid A-Rod dating rumors
Page Six exclusively reported in November that the newly single former MLB slugger had been texting the "RHONY" alum and asking her to hang out.
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Democrats Warn Texas is Next Target for Disinformation Aimed at Latinos
"It's clear that 2020 was a wakeup call and Florida was a warning," San-Antonio based Democratic strategist Joaquin Guerra told Newsweek.
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‘And Just Like That’ filmed fake scenes to throw off fan spoilers
"Sex and the City" stars Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon made the admission during an interview Tuesday. "We don't want them to read the Cliff Notes beforehand," Nixon said.
Older Vehicles Put Seniors at High Risk of Car Accident Fatalities
Senior citizens tend to drive cars with less safety and driver assist tech, putting them at high risk of being killed in a traffic accident.
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Job openings jumped in October
America had 11 million jobs available in October, short of the record high from the summer, new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Wednesday.
Heavy rain triggered Indonesia's volcano eruption. This could happen more
The role of rain in this case has raised questions around whether climate change could bring more frequent "lava-dome" eruptions, which tend to be stronger and more destructive than other types.
Hearing set in NYPD detective’s challenge to de Blasio’s vaccine mandate
Anthony Marciano, who's been on the force for 10 years, claims city officials lack the “legal authority” to enact a vaccine mandate, since state lawmakers have not passed laws on it.
A Day After Rohingya Refugees Sued Facebook for $150B, the Company Announced Some Changes
BANGKOK — Facebook’s parent company Meta said Wednesday it has expanded its ban on postings linked to Myanmar’s military to include all pages, groups, and accounts representing military-controlled businesses. It had already banned advertising from such businesses in February. The February action, which also banned military and military-controlled state and media entities from Facebook and…
Dog adopted after swimming 3,300 feet across the Ohio River
Rescue dog Allie was recently adopted by the trainer who first took her in.
2021's Most Transporting Books
In a year when travel was limited, a weary world found comfort traveling through the pages of these books.
Biden has effectively set a red line for Putin
Will the Russian president cross it?
Combining Survey and Operational Data Provides Key Healthcare Insights
Tapping the power of survey and operational data is a practical way for healthcare providers in the United States to up their game.
Intel CEO: The best way to fix America's chip shortage
Congress must fund the CHIPS for America Act, which will invest $52 billion in domestic semiconductor capacity and capability.
The 10 Best Nonfiction Books of 2021
In an era when time spent trying new things and meeting new people was still a rare privilege, the best books served to please our wandering minds. These works, from well-known writers as well as exciting new voices, dissect a range of subjects from the history of Black performance in America to the value of…
See the family reunion 73 years in the making
Two sisters, aged 73 and 76, discovered they were siblings after finding each other on
Jennifer Lawrence had to explain G.O.A.T. to Meryl Streep
The fact that Meryl Streep didn't know what "G.O.A.T." means proves that she is just that.
Optical Illusion of Cat Looking out a Window Becomes 'Mythical Tree Creature'
The majestic cat has been compared to The Grinch, after the perfect angle and lighting changed its entire appearance.
He was the first American identified with Omicron. Hear his story
Peter McGinn, the first American to be identified as being infected with the Omicron variant, shares what it was like to be infected by Omicron.
Jason Garrett being considered for Duke coaching vacancy after Giants firing
Jason Garrett may be on the verge of finding a new job.
U.S. workers are about to see their biggest pay increase in more than a decade
Companies will raise pay an average 3.9 percent in 2022, the Conference Board reports. That’s the fastest wage growth since 2008.
Indiana pastor who danced in drag on HBO show 'relieved' of duties: 'Bullied him right out'
A pastor in Indiana was relieve of his duties following him dressing in drag for a segment on HBO series 'We're Here.'
Stacey Abrams Says Money and Peer Pressure Can Hold Politicians Accountable
Abrams' comments came from upcoming interview from three-time NBA champion Stephen Curry's new podcast Fifteen Minutes from Home.
Adam Sandler is 2021’s top style star, according to Google
According to Google's Year in Search report for 2021, people just couldn't stop Googling the "50 First Dates" funnyman's 'fits.
Texas police searching for suspect after active shooter situation at Killeen Mall
A suspect remains at large following an active shooter situation at a mall in Killeen, Texas, on Tuesday evening left one person wounded and forced patrons to shelter in place for hours.
Hertl's hat trick leads Sharks past Flames 5-3
Tomas Hertl scored his fourth career hat trick and the San Jose Sharks used a three-goal barrage in the second period to beat the Calgary Flames 5-3 on Tuesday night.
Navy SEAL dies after weekend training accident in Virginia
The SEAL Team 8 member, who was not publicly identified pending family notification, was hurt Saturday during a training incident in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Halle Berry Says She Set Her Razzie Award For ‘Catwoman’ On Fire
Three years earlier, Berry became the first and only Black woman to win the Oscar for Best Actress.
Man faces multiple charges after setting Christmas tree on fire outside Fox News building
A Christmas tree outside the Fox News building was set on fire Wednesday morning. The man responsible is now in custody and facing charges.
Comcast Just Launched A $350 TV — And Isn’t Stopping There
Comcast's new XClass TV looks to emerge in 2022 as a major competitor for Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, Samsung and other smart TVs.
Lakers-Celtics takeaways: Big Three's big effort a winning formula
LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook combined for 71 points in the Lakers' 117-102 win over the Boston Celtics. Here's what we learned.
Video of Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene Being Asked About Jan. 6 Officers Goes Viral
The remark was made as four GOP lawmakers—Greene and Gaetz, plus Paul Gosar and Louie Gohmert—held a press conference claiming that January 6 defendants were being treated unfairly.
Twitter’s Highest-Profile Users Get VIP Treatment When Trolls Strike
Twitter Inc.’s highest-profile users—those with lots of followers or particular prominence—often receive a heightened level of protection from the social network’s content moderators under a secretive program that seeks to limit their exposure to trolls and bullies. Code-named Project Guardian, the internal program includes a list of thousands of accounts most likely to be attacked…
Kim Potter trial: Minneapolis on edge as Daunte Wright's name posted around town
The name of Daunte Wright has been plastered around the Minneapolis area ahead of the trial of former police officer Kim Potter, who is facing manslaughter charges over his death.
Person drives through Alabama Christmas parade scaring parade goers: 'Oh my God!'
A suspect in Alabama has been taken into custody after being caught on video driving the wrong way along a Christmas parade route, just weeks after the deadly Waukesha attack.
Live Updates: Trial Over Daunte Wright’s Death to Begin
Opening statements are expected in the trial of Kimberly Potter, a former police officer in Brooklyn Center, Minn., who faces manslaughter charges for fatally shooting a Black motorist.
Rafael Cordeiro would like to train 'genius' Jon Jones: 'Maybe in the future my gym's gonna be open for him'
Kings MMA founder Rafael Cordeiro would like the opportunity to work with former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.       Related StoriesRafael Cordeiro would like to train 'genius' Jon Jones: 'Maybe in the future my gym's gonna be open for him' - EnclosureVideo: How excited are you for the rematch between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley?Video: Is Sergio Pettis the front runner for 2022 Bellator Bantamweight Grand Prix?
Craig Tamanaha Identified as Fox News Christmas Tree Arson Suspect
The NYPD said the fire at Fox Square was extinguished on Wednesday without further injury or incident.
Jack Brewer rips Jussie Smollett, support from CNN's Don Lemon: 'Never thought I would see this in America'
The Brewer Group CEO, Jack Brewer, torched Jussie Smollett on 'Fox & Friends First' for allegedly staging a fake hate crime, arguing 'America is better than this.'
End of year money saving tips and how to save on taxes
CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss end of year financial planning tips and moves Americans can make now to save on taxes next year.
Renters rights amid natural disasters, opening statements in Kim Potter trial: 5 Things podcast
Early reports from South Africa show omicron is highly infectious but not as contagious, Supreme Court to weigh school choice: 5 Things podcast
How Fox News Reacted to Their Own Christmas Tree Catching Fire
Fox News covered their own tree being engulfed in flames outside their New York HQ.
Mexican-American escaramuzas transcend borders with cultural tradition of choreographed horse riding
The escaramuza is an all-female synchronized team equestrian competition. Lilia Luciano reports on its growing popularity in the United States and how one woman became the American queen of Mexican rodeo.
The Washington Ballet's Nutcracker returns for in-person audiences
For the first time since the start of the pandemic, The Washington Ballet is performing “The Nutcracker” in-person. Vladimir Duthiers spoke to the dancers about what they learned while away from the stage.
Luka Doncic’s weight takes over NBA broadcast: ‘Heaviest I’ve ever seen’
Luka Doncic said he might've relaxed a bit too much over the summer after his weight became a topic of discussion during the Mavericks' loss to the Nets on Tuesday night.
GOP senators frustrated with McConnell deal to raise debt limit, as monthslong standoff appears close to end
Senate Republicans appear likely to grudgingly accept a deal Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell struck to raise the debt ceiling.
Indonesia volcano Mount Semeru erupts, at least 34 people dead
Mount Semeru erupted Dec. 4, 2021 on Indonesia's Java island killing at least 34 people in surrounding villages. More than 4,200 people evacuated.