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Carolyn Hax: She resents her job and her landlady and is planning to ‘disappear’

She can afford to retire and wants to know if there’s any reason she shouldn’t quit her job without notice and abruptly move out of her rental.
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Teen Smacks Shark After Predator Bites Friend at the Beach
Jack Shaw and his friend were neck-deep in water when the shark attacked.
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Juror Recant on Manslaughter Conviction Could Force Florida Judge to Declare Mistrial
When each of the jurors were asked whether they agreed with the manslaughter verdict, a standard trial practice, the first juror who was polled answered "No."
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Dorit Kemsley dons Christina Aguilera’s racy dress at People’s Choice Awards
The "RHOBH" star seemed to reference Christina Aguilera's 2010 "Not Myself Tonight" music video with her skin-baring red carpet style. 
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Half of likely voters have ‘very unfavorable’ opinion of Kamala Harris: poll
A Rasmussen Reports poll found that just 39 percent of likely voters have a favorable impression of Harris, while 57 percent have an unfavorable view of the veep.
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Josh Hartnett reveals why he left Hollywood in rare TV interview
The actor, who starred in films like "Saving Private Ryan" and "Pearl Harbor," said keeping "Hollywood at bay" was the "best thing" for his mental health.
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Pfizer says 3rd shot of COVID vaccine more effective at neutralizing Omicron variant
Pfizer and BioNTech say research shows three doses of their COVID-19 vaccine is more effective at neutralizing the new Omicron variant than just two doses. The companies also revealed plans to develop a variant-specific shot by March. Urgent care nurse practitioner Justin Gill joins CBSN to discuss the latest coronavirus headlines.
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'Jeopardy!' Champ Amy Schneider Reveals She Was Married Before Transitioning
Amy Schneider—the first transgender woman to qualify for the "Tournament of Champions"—opened up about her pre-"Jeopardy!" life on Twitter.
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Historic Kansas house moved to the country for new owners
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MO man arrested after threat to shoot students
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Neighborhood mourns loss of 'Carl the Turkey'
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Documents don't tie man to Delphi cold case
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Wrong-way driver slams into 18-wheeler
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Professor creates special mask for singers
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Food pantry helps provide fresh groceries
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Female Commander outlines challenges ahead
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Blackhawks’ Jujhar Khaira released from hospital after scary Jacob Trouba hit
The Blackhawks announced Wednesday morning that Jujhar Khaira was released from the hospital after being stretchered off the ice Tuesday night following a hit by Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba.
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The Giants have broken Carl Banks: ‘Figure it the f–k out’
"Simple. When there are plays to be made, make the f--king play."
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Rep. Boebert shares picture of her children posing with guns after backlash to Rep. Massie’s holiday photo
"The Boeberts have your six," she told Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), alongside a picture of her four young children holding long guns around a Christmas tree.
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How Brooks Koepka feels about fiancée Jena Sims sharing sexy bikini photos
Jena Sims, golfer Brooks Koepka’s fiancée, opened up to her Instagram followers on Tuesday. Brooks Koepka has no issues with fiancée Jena Sims posting bikini photos online. While participating in “Twenty Questions Tuesday” on Instagram, the future Mrs. Koepka was asked, “Does Brooks get insecure over all your swimsuit photos?” Sims, who has shared bikini...
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HVAC Expert: Deferred Maintenance Can Prevent Your Building From Overcoming COVID Conditions
HVAC units under constant stress fail, plain and simple.
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Who Is Janette Miller? Appraiser Sued by Black Couple Who Accuse Her of Lowballing Them
Tenisha Tate-Austin and Paul Austin filed a lawsuit after a second appraisal of their California home produced a valuation almost half a million dollars higher than Miller's estimate.
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Baby Frantically Devours His First-Ever Chicken Wing in Adorable Video
"He put those four teeth to work. So flipping cute," one lovestruck fan wrote.
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He put 1.1 million miles on a Porsche. These 10 cars and trucks could get you to at least 200,000
With new (and used) cars hard to come by, you might be looking for longevity in your next purchase. Here are the most durable cars, trucks and SUVs.     
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'My 5-Year-Old is Amazing at Basketball—But He Has Childhood Dementia'
When we stop and watch basketball players, Simon will vocalize his excitement. He's limited to one to three word phrases, but he'll always say something like "yay!" or "try again!" He'll just shake with excitement.
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Ex-Montana police chief admits distributing child porn using Facebook
William Daly Harrington, who resigned from the East Helena Police Department in March, pleaded guilty to using Facebook Messenger to share sexually explicit images of children.
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The South Asian health disaster that’s worse than covid
Why living in Delhi or Lahore is hazardous to your health.
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New Hampshire woman allegedly kept mother's corpse for months while Social Security payments continued
Kimberly K. Heller, 54, was arrested in Bedford, New Hampshire, and charged with abuse of a corpse after allegedly keeping her mother's corpse inside her home for nearly six months.
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Afghans wait and worry at US bases after frantic evacuation
More than three months after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban, about 35,000 Afghans are still housed at six U.S. military installations
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Camel Beauty Contest Sees 40 Disqualified for Botox, Other Cosmetic Procedures
The contest held during the King Abdulaziz Camel Festival in Saudi Arabia had its biggest crackdown in its more than 20-year history.
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'Facts of Life' star Lisa Whelchel's appearance shocks fans: 'Has not aged at all'
Whelchel played Blair on the original "The Facts of Life" sitcom from 1979 to 1988.
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The right’s rationalization of Putin colors the Russia-Ukraine tension
Putin sympathy has at times evolved into Putin apologia.
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Massachusetts man imprisoned over two decades for wrongful murder and armed robbery conviction released
A Massachusetts man who spent over two decades in prison for what a court is calling a wrongful murder and armed robbery conviction has been released from prison.
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U.K. Joins U.S., Australia Boycott of Beijing Olympics, Still Sending Athletes to Compete
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the U.K. will join in the diplomatic boycott, but he doesn't support boycotts involving athletes and they may compete.
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Black Lives Matter stands in solidarity with Jussie Smollett: ‘We can never believe police’
Melina Abdullah, a Black Lives Matter leader, said Tuesday that the movement will continue to support former "Empire" star Jussie Smollett regardless of the outcome of his trial, where he is accused of faking a racist, homophobic hate crime against himself in 2019.
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Studies suggest sharp drop in vaccine protection v. omicron — yet cause for optimism
In small studies in South Africa and Germany, the results indicate a marked decrease in the ability of vaccines to neutralize this variant. But there are other findings that are encouraging.
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Khloé Kardashian dazzles in first appearance since Tristan Thompson scandal
The former "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star looked totally unfazed by her ex's paternity lawsuit as she attended the PCAs to support her sister Kim.
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Man arrested after allegedly setting Fox News Christmas tree on fire
The 50-foot tree filled with 10,000 glass ornaments and 100,000 lights was burned down.
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Signs of Omicron found in California wastewater, suggesting variant is widespread
The number of cases associated with the new strain rose to double digits this week, including a newly confirmed infection in a Long Beach resident.
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Japanese tourists visit International Space Station
A Japanese billionaire rocketed to the International Space Station Wednesday, the first visit by a self-paying space tourist to the orbiting outpost in more than a decade.
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January 6 committee threatens contempt vote after Mark Meadows withdraws cooperation
Former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows could face criminal contempt charges after he said he'll stop cooperating with the House select committee investigating the January 6th attack on the Capitol. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge joined Anne-Marie Green to discuss the details of the investigation.
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Georgia governor's race ignites GOP showdown
Former Senator David Perdue is challenging Georgia Governor Brian Kemp in the state's Republican primary, igniting a political firestorm over the party's national direction. Atlanta Journal-Constitution Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell joins CBSN to discuss the race.
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Scott Peterson faces new life sentence in wife's murder after years on death row
Scott Peterson will be resentenced Wednesday, and a judge will hold a hearing early next year over whether Peterson should get a new trial.       
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Biden stops at church to mark Immaculate Conception ahead of KC trip
Biden attended the 8:15 a.m. Mass at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Georgetown, waving to children and parents outside the adjacent Holy Trinity School.
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The big, ugly truth that Biden cannot conceal from the world about the U.S.
How can Biden rally the world behind democracy amid our own terrible struggles?
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After snowless fall, flakes finally forecast for Denver, Salt Lake City
A storm system sweeping from the Rockies to the Great Lakes will end historically long snowless streaks in some places
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'…And Just Like That': 10 (Silly) Predictions About Where The 'SATC' Characters Are Now
And just like that, the iconic "Sex and the City" foursome whittled down to a trio. Ahead of the reboot, we take a look at where Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte could (perhaps) be now.
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White House launches new branding for infrastructure law: 'Building a Better America'
The White House on Wednesday launched a new website and an accompanying brand to promote the bipartisan infrastructure law, a White House official told CNN.
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Photo Shows Kellogg's Products Out of Stock as Employees Prolong Strike
About 1,400 Kellogg's staff at plants in Battle Creek, Michigan, Omaha, Nebraska, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Memphis, Tennessee, are on strike.
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