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Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins killed by a prop gun, just as her career was taking off

Halyna Hutchins, the cinematographer killed on set of an Alec Baldwin movie, was "going to be a very famous DP," according to a director who recently worked with her.


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Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to four years in prison
A court in Myanmar has sentenced deposed civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to four years in prison, according to a military spokesperson, in the first verdict against the Nobel Peace Prize winner since the military seized power in February.
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What to watch on Monday: ‘Landscapers’ premieres on HBO
Monday, Dec. 6, 2021 | “A Very Boy Band Holiday” broadcasts on ABC.
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Artist didn’t know Ethan Crumbley’s parents stayed in studio
Andrzej Sikora had a “friendly relationship” with James and Jennifer Crumbley, but was clueless to the charges brought against them.
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Armed robbers break into Palisades home during holiday party
Two armed robbers broke into a residence and stripped guests of jewelry, phones and a watch, according to the homeowners.
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One dead in Oregon plane crash
One person was killed after a plane crashed into a parking lot in Oregon on Sunday night, a report said.
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Power play success providing Islanders hope they can turn things around
The Islanders sounded the right notes after Sunday’s game about seeing things starting to fall into place, and to their credit, did play well in the loss. 
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Opinion: In their moment of need, Steelers make strides toward rediscovering identity
Trailing the rival Ravens in the fourth quarter, the Steelers keyed a crucial comeback with a formula that could serve them well the rest of the year.      
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Gerard Gallant: Maintaining leads key to Rangers’ late-game success
The Rangers have won six of their last seven one-goal games and are 7-1-3 on the season in matchups decided by a single tally.
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Desus & Mero Roast Elon Musk’s Wild New ‘Richard Spencer’ Hairdo
ShowtimeThis past week, World’s Richest Man Elon Musk debuted a new hairstyle that sits somewhere between Gary Oldman’s Zorg from The Fifth Element and neo-Nazi Richard Spencer.“Oh, damn! Elon Musk said, ‘Yo, let me go get the Richard Spencer,’” exclaimed Mero on Sunday night’s edition of Desus & Mero.Not to be outdone, his co-host, Desus, added, “He spent all his Dogecoin on one toupee. He got too much money—he can get better hair than that!”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Giants’ Kenny Golladay compiling more injuries amid paltry production
Kenny Golladay came to the Giants with a reputation for compiling injuries and touchdowns. 
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C.J. Mosley: Ill-advised Jets penalty was ‘bad play by me’
If there were a window in which the Jets could have stopped the Eagles’ offense on Sunday, it came with three minutes left in the third quarter.
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Kim Dickens Returning to ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ as Madison Clark in Season 7
Dickens will also be a series regular on the just announced eighth season of the series.
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Opinion: Brent Venables gets the keys to the Oklahoma football kingdom at age 50. Seems like the perfect time.
Brent Venables has been handed the keys to a kingdom as a 50-year-old. And that's OK. This seems like the right time. The perfect time.      
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Dole's death prompts nostalgia for a bygone era sullied by Trump's GOP
The bipartisan outpouring of praise following the death on Sunday of Republican Bob Dole, the longtime Senate leader and former presidential nominee, mourned both a man and a more outwardly collegial era as Republicans drive the country toward another debt ceiling deadline crisis and party leadership downplays dangerous radicalism in its ranks.
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Meet the people trying to expand Germany's franchise to immigrants
In Germany's political landscape, one group is significantly absent from the political process -- immigrants. An estimated one in seven German residents, roughly as many as 10 million adults, cannot vote in federal elections, according to MigLoom, an organization for migrant rights. CNN's Salma Abdelaziz follows the stories of three politicians fighting for greater representation.
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Carolyn Hax: Estranged father keeps pressuring child who wants ‘no contact ever’
A father's cruelty led his child to choose estrangement, but he won't take "no contact" for an answer.
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Hints From Heloise: Proceed with caution when buying a pet online
Reader warns against buying a pet online after a bad experience trying to adopt a dog.
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Ask Amy: I think my wife is lazy for not having a career while raising our kids
Reader resentful that wife wants to pursue a second degree after years as a homemaker.
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Miss Manners: Relatives want help with renovations but refuse to spend Christmas together
Reader’s sister-in-law and brother-in-law want help redoing their bathroom, but refuse to spend Christmas together because of the pandemic.
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Jets’ offense barely saw field in miserable third quarter against Eagles
The Jets’ offense spent a good chunk of the middle of Sunday’s game in the same spot as you — watching. 
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Kayleigh McEnany: Media Ask Psaki Softball Questions
During this week's "Sunday Night in America" on Fox News Channel, former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany pointed out a stark difference between her treatment from the media and that of President Joe Biden's press secretary Jen Psaki.
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CNN's Tapper on Peng Shuai: IOC 'Behaving Like a Mob Lawyer,' Has Blood on Its Hands
CNN "State of the Union" host Jake Tapper on Sunday sounded off on Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai, whose safety and welfare have been in question since accusing Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli of raping her in 2019.
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Virginia State campus locked down after student is shot, school says
Shooting occurred at off campus apartment, according to VSU
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Kennedy Center Honors: A toast to tradition
The Opera House ceremony, to be televised Dec. 22, recognizes Bette Midler, Justino Diaz, Lorne Michaels, Berry Gordy and Joni Mitchell.
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Brian Cashman has high praise for prized prospect Jasson Dominguez
Brian Cashman would typically be on his way to the winter meetings, which had been scheduled to begin Monday.
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32 things we learned from Week 13 of 2021 NFL season: Star players shine with clutch performances
From Kyler Murray's return to T.J. Watt's dominant day, Week 13 featured several marquee performances from some of the NFL's brightest stars.       
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Chiefs keep AFC West lead with 22-9 victory over Broncos
The resurgent Kansas City defense shut down Teddy Bridgewater and the Broncos, Daniel Sorenson returned an interception 75 yards for a touchdown, and the Chiefs beat Denver 22-9 on Sunday night for their fifth straight win.
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Trump brokers deal to remake the field in N.C. Senate race
The deal benefits Trump-endorsed Rep. Ted Budd, who has struggled to take command of the GOP primary in one of the nation’s key Senate contests.
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Oklahoma hires former assistant Brent Venables as new head coach
Oklahoma hired Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables as its head coach to replace Lincoln Riley.
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Report: Chris Cuomo Had Sexual Misconduct Allegation Against Him
Disgraced CNN anchor Chris Cuomo had a sexual misconduct allegation against him, which reportedly may have contributed to his firing, according to an attorney for his accuser.
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Skiing Santas back to shredding Maine slopes for charity
Santa is back to “sleighing” it on the slopes
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Rangers’ Artemi Panarin could tally 500th point against first NHL team
There was a point in time when Artemi Panarin got pregame jitters before facing the Blackhawks, the team that gave him his NHL chance and signed him as an undrafted free agent in April 2015.
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‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ Creators Break Down That Surprising Series Finale Post-Credits Sequence
Plus, where -- and when -- you might see the World Beyond characters again.
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Cal edges top-seeded USC to win NCAA men's water polo title
California captures its 15th NCAA men's water polo title, getting a defensive stop in the final seconds of a 13-12 win over USC.
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Asia-Pacific wants to live with Covid. Omicron is threatening those reopening plans
Little is known about the potential dangers posed by the Omicron coronavirus variant but concern over its spread is already threatening to wreck reopening plans in Asia-Pacific.
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Columbia graduate student stabbed to death in NYC: report
The Columbia University graduate student who was stabbed to death in New York City on Thursday called out for help moments after the attack, according to a report.
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Customer gifts Dunkin' employee the surprise of a lifetime
After learning that her favorite Dunkin' employee had been evicted, an Ohio woman worked with several organizations to find a new home and furniture for the woman and her children, just in time for the holidays.
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WWII veteran and former presidential candidate Bob Dole dies at 98; Veterans reflect on Pearl Harbor, 80 years later
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Rams get back on their feet in win over Jaguars, but big test comes next in Arizona
The Jaguars were the perfect remedy for the Rams, who were on a three-game slide. However, a lot of the season rides on next week's game at Arizona.
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Laughs have run out for these vile Cuomo bros: Devine
The karma train comes for us all in the end, and it has mowed down the Cuomo brothers with a delicious savagery.
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Jets’ kicking woes remain unsolved after Alex Kessman’s two misses
The second kick traveled off of Alex Kessman’s foot similar to how the first one did.
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Rams snap skid by beating Jaguars and rediscover a formula for winning football
The Rams took care of business and ended a three-game skid by beating the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars, but the performance doesn't show if they can handle the better teams.
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Gil Hodges heading to Hall of Fame is ‘unbelievable moment’ for family
The key words to the Hodges family, it turned out, were not “Hall of Fame.” They were “I’m so happy to tell you…”
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Politicians rally to fix ‘abandoned’ UES filth magnet
It’s a fancy neighborhood and its politicians against the weeds — and the weeds, and the rats, are winning.
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Islanders fall to Blackhawks in shootout to extend month-long losing streak
So this is what it looks like to lose for a month straight.
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Poll: Majority of Young Americans Believe Democracy Is 'in Trouble' or 'Failing'
More than half of young Americans — 52 percent — believe U.S. democracy is "in trouble" or "failing," according to a poll released this week from the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School.
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How USA Badminton found itself at the center of athlete abuse allegations
A young badminton player told a friend she was forced by her coach to have sex. Nine years later, the investigation into the allegation has raised new questions about athlete safety.
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Virginia to remove Robert E. Lee statue pedestal in Richmond, transfer state-owned land to city
Virginia announced it would remove the pedestal of the former Robert  E. Lee statue in Richmond and cede the property on which it stood to the city.       
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