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California officials blasted for 'appalling' COVID rules: 'They either don't have children or are sadists'

Founder of Reopen California Schools, Jonathan Zachreson, torched a school district after it forced students to eat lunch in the rain in order to comply with COVID-related protocols.
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Omicron Outbreak at a Wisconsin Wedding Infects 5 Vaccinated People in California
Little is still known about the new variant, but experts fear it may prove to be more transmissible than other versions of the virus or be capable of bypassing certain levels of immunity.
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Joe Biden vows to deter Russian invasion of Ukraine
President Joe Biden vowed the U.S. would make it “very, very difficult” for Russia to take military action in Ukraine.
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Common wishes Tiffany Haddish a happy birthday days after breakup
"Happy Birthday to the Queen! One of the most beautiful and dynamic and wonderful people I’ve ever known. May the most HIGH continue to bless and shine through you."
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The most likely winners of a potential Russell Wilson sweepstakes
Here is a look at the prospective field should the Russell Wilson Sweepstakes begin following the season, with odds established by the Serby Says crack staff.
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Tom Holland and Zendaya joke about doing 'Spider-Man' stunts with their height difference
Tom Holland may play a big-time superhero, but it seems his co-star Zendaya is doing all the heavy lifting, according to a fun anecdote they shared on "The Graham Norton Show."
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Locals flee in terror from volcanic eruption in Indonesia
Video posted to Twitter shows residents screaming as the ash plume mushroomed behind them.
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13-Year-Old Charged After Saying School 'Better Watch Out' Following Oxford Shooting: Police
A Michigan teen faces a 20-year felony charge after admitting to posting a threat that included a firearm image, police said on Friday.
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Bucs' Bruce Arians tries moving on from players' vax card drama: 'I don't give a s--- about that'
Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians addressed the media for the first time since the NFL suspended Antonio Brown and Mike Edwards after it was determined the players misrepresented their COVID vaccination status to the league.
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Christmas gift idea: This coffee company helps veterans, first responders, and more
Just in time for Christmas shopping, the veteran-owned Got Your Six Coffee Co. offers an array of gift selections. Its founder and CEO, Eric Hadley, appeared on "Fox & Friends Weekend" on Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021.
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Boyfriend of Serena & Venus Williams’ sister recalls night she was killed
Rolland Wormley never talks about the night his girlfriend, Yetunde Price, was murdered right beside him.
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Parents of Michigan school shooting suspect arrested, plead not guilty
James and Jennifer Crumbley have each been charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter.
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Total solar eclipse seen from Union Glacier, Antarctica
A total solar eclipse could be seen from Antarctica on Saturday with NASA live streaming the event, showing a striking image of the sky darkening. (Dec. 4)      
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25 Best Alcohol Gifts for 2021
These are the best bottles of booze to give in 2021. From bourbon and whiskey to scotch, gin, vodka, tequila, mezcal and more—we have you covered from under $30 to a splurge of $499.
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This 'weekend brisket' recipe is perfect for Hanukkah
This Hanukkah, make this satisfying brisket recipe crafted by the flavor connoisseurs at Savory Spice, an online spice, extract, and sauces shop.
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Parents of Michigan school shooting suspect plead not guilty
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Contact tracing revs up in some states as omicron reaches US
The arrival of the omicron variant of the coronavirus in the U.S. has health officials in some communities reviving contact tracing operations in an attempt to slow and better understand its spread as scientists study how contagious it is and whether it can thwart vaccines.
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LeBron James angered over COVID testing drama: 'Thought it was just handled very poorly'
LeBron James expressed his frustration with the NBA’s COVID-19 testing policy following his brief stint in isolation and after his first game back in which the Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Clippers on Friday.
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8 wolves were poisoned in Oregon. Police are asking for help finding who killed them
The animals, including an entire wolf pack, were found poisoned earlier this year. "All investigative leads have been exhausted," says Oregon State Police Capt. Stephanie Bigman.
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Michael Bublé's Christmas: a TV special, Adam Sandler song and 'loving too much'
Michael Bublé's NBC Christmas special brings Kermit the Frog, Camila Cabello, Hannah Waddingham and friends to "SNL"'s home of Studio 8H in New York.       
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Parents of Michigan School Shooting Suspect Arrested After Intense Manhunt
James and Jennifer Crumbley were detained 12 hours after they were charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter.
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Lakers tip their hats to Clippers: 3 takeaways from the game
What we learned from the first hallway rivalry game of the season.
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Manchester United's former wonderkid Adnan Januzaj on life after leaving the Premier League
On October 5, 2013, Adnan Januzaj made his mark in a big way.
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U.S. Drugstores Under Pressure From Demand for Vaccines Amid Staff Shortages
'We’re doing everything we can to take care of people'
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Adnan Januzaj on Real Sociedad's rise in La Liga
Darren Lewis speaks with Adnan Januzaj about Real Sociedad's blistering start to the season and just what's led the Belgian to rediscovering his form.
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Expert spills secrets to success after quitting your job: ‘Be willing to look stupid’
“When I quit, everyone one in my life thought that I was crazy. And I was OK with that,” said one woman who found financial success after quitting a corporate gig .
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Anger simmers over Omicron travel bans in southern Africa
African leaders are hitting back against travel bans imposed over the Omicron variant, accusing wealthy countries of being hypocrites for delivering new restrictions instead of the vaccine doses the continent desperately needs.
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Are parents legally complicit in Ethan Crumbley's high school shootings?
Ethan Crumbley's parents have been charged with involuntary manslaughter after buying their son a gun and being made aware of his troubling note. What are the legal issues of their role in his alleged killing of four schoolmates?
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Detroit police on capture of parents of charged teen
The parents of a teen accused of killing four students in a shooting at a Michigan high school were caught early Saturday, several hours after a prosecutor filed involuntary manslaughter charges against them, officials said. (Dec. 4)      
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How Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s zodiac signs helped them build their empire
Jay-Z, a Sagittarius, and Beyonce, a Virgo, are a power couple ruling the world.
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Nobody seems to know what's going on with the economy
If you're confused by the US economy, which simultaneously shows signs of strength and cause for concern, you're not alone. The November jobs report may have been disappointing to some in terms of jobs creation, but it also suggests the pandemic recovery is progressing.
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Should Tom Allen Replace Noel Fielding on ‘The Great British Baking Show’?
Is Noel's holiday substitution a better fit for the franchise? Or more of the same snark?
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Populist and National Conservative Leaders Meet in Poland to Discuss Future of EU
WARSAW, Poland (AP) - The leaders of right-wing populist parties gathered Saturday in Warsaw to discuss how they can work together to bring change to the European Union, which they accuse of acting like a super-state that is eroding the traditions and powers of the EU's 27 member nations.
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L.A. Affairs: Who knew Home Depot was the most romantic place on Earth?
I had had enough. I was done with online dating. I decided to remove my profile from SilverSingles. But that very day, I found a new profile waiting for me.
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7 cabbage recipes to make the most of long-lasting and versatile vegetable
Cabbage keeps well in the fridge, and when you're ready for it, you have your pick of these recipes that roll, braise and roast it.
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Spike Carlyle 'had to dig very deep' for Bellator 272 win, hopes to fight in Japan soon
In his four years and 16 fights as a pro, Spike Carlyle has been in some crazy fights, but his Bellator debut might have been the craziest of all.       Related StoriesSpike Carlyle 'had to dig very deep' for Bellator 272 win, hopes to fight in Japan soon - Enclosure'The knockout of my career': Sergio Pettis thinks development culminated with Bellator 272 win'The knockout of my career': Sergio Pettis thinks development culminated with Bellator 272 win - Enclosure 
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Glove of Empress Assassinated With a Needle Sells for Fortune
The black silk glove was one of several items of the empress' clothing up for sale.
newsweek.com
Tennis Diplomacy and Online Freedom
Plus, stories from the recent past of Future Tense.
slate.com
Voting Battles of 2022 Take Shape as G.O.P. Crafts New Election Bills
Republicans plan to carry their push to reshape the nation’s electoral system into next year, with Democrats vowing to oppose them but holding few options in G.O.P.-led states.
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Parents of Michigan school shooting suspect plead ‘not guilty’ to manslaughter charges
Police said they were tipped off that the fugitives were hiding out in a commercial building about 50 miles north of their Oxford, Michigan, home.
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Heat will immediately be on Yankees, many others when MLB lockout ends
These clubs and players will emerge from their shutdown slumber and immediately face the most heat, no matter the season.
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New tools on Google for finding a doctor: Talking Tech podcast
New tools on Google for finding a doctor: Talking Tech podcast      
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Non-deadly force: GA. Police dept. trains to 'shoot to incapacitate'
Seeking an alternative to the use of deadly force, one Georgia police department is trying a training program called 'Shoot to incapacitate.'
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Jon Stewart Joins ABC’s Live ‘Facts Of Life’ Revival Special
Stewart will reportedly play a "surprise role" in the program airing December 7.
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New Twitter CEO raises free-speech worries
The concern is that Parag Agrawal's leadership will bring even more restrictions to the site than Jack Dorsey's — who infamously censored The Post over its Hunter Biden email exposés,
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Taylor Swift sends flowers to Don McLean after song breaks record held by 'American Pie'
Taylor Swift's rerelease of her hit song "All Too Well" has broken the record for the longest song to take the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart -- and Swift has handled the win with grace.
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Vigil held for victims of Michigan school shooting
A vigil was held Friday for the victims of a school shooting in Oxford Township, Michigan, near Detroit. (Dec. 4)      
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The Lawyer Who Defended Abortion Rights at SCOTUS Explains What It Was Like
“This case is just about whether Roe should be overturned, and so it was very, very different.”
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Just don’t call it a ‘reset’
And U.S. intelligence assesses Russia is planning a major Ukraine offensive.
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politico.com