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China's Hypersonic Missile Tests Leave U.S. Officials 'Stunned': Report

U.S. officials expressed surprise at the capabilities achieved by the Chinese military, according to a report by the Financial Times.
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Kyle Richards’ daughter Farrah Aldjufrie is engaged to Alex Manos
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star celebrated her daughter's engagement on Instagram, writing, "We love Alex so much and couldn’t be happier!"
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Snowstorm strands 61 in pub in Yorkshire, England, for third night
The snowstorm made driving on roads in the area unsafe.
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Alec Baldwin hires ex-assistant US attorney in ‘Rust’ shooting lawsuit
Alec Baldwin has hired a former assistant US attorney in Los Angeles to represent him in the deadly shooting on the set of the independent Western flick “Rust,'' a new report says.
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'The Power of the Dog' Star Kodi Smit-McPhee is 'Absolutely Humbled' by Awards Buzz
"The Power of the Dog" star spoke to Newsweek about being chased by a naked Benedict Cumberbatch, working with Jane Campion, and the awards season buzz.
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What Is Mistletoe and Where Did the Christmas Kissing Tradition Come From?
The mistletoe Christmas kissing tradition appears to originate from an amalgamation of myths from around the world.
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'Omicron' cryptocurrency soars on new variant
As global markets fell last week on news of the new Omicron coronavirus variant, one cryptocurrency with the same name soared after the Greek letter entered the investor lexicon.
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Internet Backs Man Who Won't Let Parents Move in After They Kicked Him Out Years Ago
The Redditor says after almost two decades of no contact with his parents, they now want to move in with him after discovering his success.
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Q&A with Garry Kasparov: How foreign dissidents can help renew U.S. democracy
We've been an inspiration to others. Now they return the favor.
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Football Top 20: Wise, Quince Orchard in top five ahead of meeting in Maryland 4A finals
Four local schools will be competing for Maryland state titles this weekend, while six area programs will compete in Virginia state semifinals.
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Disney+ scrubs ‘Simpsons’ episode in Hong Kong over Tiananmen Square joke
The missing episode comes at a time when Chinese authorities are cracking down on dissent in Hong Kong, and it adds to concerns that China's censorship is becoming the norm.
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Julia Roberts celebrates her twins’ 17th birthday with throwback pic
The "Pretty Woman" actress celebrated her twins turning 17 by sharing an old picture them when they were just newborns on social media.
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As Bradford pears remain a nuisance in South Carolina, methods of attack range from bounties to bans
The troublesome tree is being killed with fire, it will be banned and there are bounties. Is it enough to stop the tree's wild spread?       
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Thousands Attack Police, Burn Station in Effort to Lynch Man Accused of Desecrating Quran
Blasphemy carries the death penalty in Pakistan, where mere allegations of the offense are often enough to provoke mob violence.
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Internet Backs Redditor Accused of 'Backseat Parenting' 4-Year-Old Nephew in Viral Post
"Your nephew needs boundaries," wrote one supportive commenter. "Good on you for establishing them at your house."
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Congress facing government funding deadline after returning from holiday break
Congress is facing a government funding deadline as it returns to work this week, along with pending legislation like the president's Build Back Better plan. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion joined CBSN with more.
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Alice Sebold Memoir 'Lucky' Flooded with Negative Reviews After Anthony Broadwater Exoneration
Anthony Broadwater was exonerated last week, having served 16 years in prison after being falsely accused of raping the author.
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Man Who Refused to Make $120 Steak 'Well Done' for Woman Divides Internet
The man said: "steak is about the closest thing I have to a religion and I take it very seriously."
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Paulina Gretzky’s ‘lazy weekend’ photo brings the heat to Instagram
Nothing like a "lazy weekend" after a holiday for Paulina Gretzky.
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Why Prince Andrew Allegations Will Not Feature in Ghislaine Maxwell Trial
One of the royal's most noted accusers, Virginia Giuffre, is not part of this case against Maxwell.
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Tom Holland will continue as ‘Spider-Man’ in new trilogy: producer
"Yes, Marvel and Sony are going to keep going together as partners," said Amy Pascal.
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Flying taxis being tested for use at 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris
Does this mean the future promised by "The Jetsons" in 1962 — one with flying cars — is finally coming to fruition? An "unprecedented" program aims to launch flying passenger drones to shuttle fans during the 2024 Summer Olympics.
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Philadelphia women shoots ex in the face as he tries to break into her house: report
A 31-year-old Black male was shot in the left side of his face while trying to break into a home in the Holmesburg neighborhood of Philadelphia on Sunday night, authorities said.
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Vintage 70s JCPenney's Catalog Resurfaces With Painfully Retro Flares and Platforms
The catalog page sparked a wave of nostalgia for those who remembered wearing that sort of out-there fashion in their youth.
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Fenway Sports Group adds Pittsburgh Penguins to its growing portfolio
The NHL team will join a stable that includes the Red Sox, Liverpool and NASCAR’s Roush Fenway Racing team.
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Trump's former defense secretary sues Defense Department over book redactions
Former Defense Secretary Mark Esper has sued the Defense Department over redactions made to his upcoming book which includes details of his time working under Trump.
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Where To Watch ‘Shrek The Halls’
Shrek The Halls is the perfect short film to enjoy this Christmas.
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As Worries Mount About Omicron, What to Know About Other Variants of Concern
Along with Omicron, the World Health Organization (WHO) is keeping a close watch on three other variants that pose an increased threat to the world.
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'He went for miles and miles.' Escaped goat was on the run for days
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Firefighters, volunteers, build bikes for kids
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Small business owners donate to community
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Off-duty officer killed by alleged drunk driver
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Woman orders wood carving to honor late husband
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Doordash driver with mother, daughter carjacked
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Covid-19 brought new technology into elementary school. It’s time to remove it.
A clinical psychologist explains why.
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Videos Show Volcano Spewing Lava as Eruption Set to Break La Palma's 500 Year Record
The Cumbre Vieja volcano has been erupting since September 19, with lava flows causing widespread destruction on La Palma—a Spanish island.
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Keira Knightley ‘feeling pretty rubbish’ after family contracts COVID-19
The "Pirates of the Caribbean" star said her husband, James Righton, has been "smug" that he's asymptomatic while she and their young daughters recover.
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Long Island Rep. Tom Suozzi enters field for New York governor
The Democratic primary for New York governor next year just got more crowded with Rep. Tom Suozzi entering the race.       
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Omicron variant clouds Biden's efforts to show pandemic progress
As scientists study the Omicron variant, President Biden strives to show he can still control an evolving pandemic threat.
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Fauci Warns Americans Not to 'Panic' Over Omicron as Scientists Rush to Determine Threat
The coronavirus variant was first detected in South Africa and has now spread to over a dozen countries, with no cases reported yet in the U.S.
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Internet Supports Woman Who Left Boyfriend at Party After He Humiliated Her in Viral Post
"Dump that guy AND the friends fast," one Redditor wrote about the woman having her embarrassing moment brought to light.
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Lukashenko Says Lithuania Left 2 Dead Bodies at Belarus Border, 'What An Abomination'
Other migrants were also found freezing in a nearby farmhouse, according to the Belarusian President.
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Bus Driver Allegedly Caused Students Injuries After Slamming Brakes in Viral Video
"Kids have concussions, bloody noses, hurt necks and backs, and headaches," the caption of the video alleged.
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Iran nuclear talks: A breakdown of the Vienna negotiations
Since then-President Donald Trump withdrew from the agreement in 2018, Iran has raced forward with its nuclear program, making it all but impossible to simply turn back the clock. The election of a hard-line leader in Iran, coupled with a U.S. administration seen as weak in the region, have further dampened prospects for a breakthrough.
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Woman Wins $50K Lottery Prize for Third Time From Same Store
"People play every day and not win," the 61-year-old winner said. "It's amazing that I won three times."
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Virgil Abloh remembered: Kanye West, Hailey Baldwin lead celebrity tributes
Baldwin called the late Louis Vuitton fashion designer "a once in a generation creative mind that is so rare and I’ll never forget his impact."
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What Uber’s Spies Really Did
A former co-worker accused the men of wiretapping their colleagues, hacking foreign governments and stealing trade secrets. It wasn’t true, but the allegations still follow them.
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Rare Colorized Footage of Bustling Street From 1897 Compared to a 'Time Machine'
The footage captured a snippet of daily life at the eastern side of the Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem, more than 100 years ago.
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