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Climber's body recovered from mountain after she sent message for help

Madeline Baharlou-Quivey's message said she had strayed from the standard route to Kit Carson Peak.
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Monday Night Football: Russell Wilson has 'to do better, we all got to do better,' says Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll
It was an unhappy birthday for Russell Wilson on Monday Night Football as the quarterback saw his potential game-tying pass intercepted to seal a 17-15 loss for the Seattle Seahawks (3-8) against the Washington Football Team (5-6), scuppering a dramatic comeback.
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Fans Breach Barriers at Sold-Out Wizkid Gig Sparking Astroworld Comparisons
"A breach of the security cordon on the arena entrance occurred and as a result, a number of fans in the queue were able to enter the venue," the O2 Arena said.
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Yankees fans frustrated with lack of offseason moves as others make big splashes
New York Yankees fans were left wondering what the team was doing as two of the top free agents, Corey Seager and Max Scherzer, were reportedly taken off the market on Monday.
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A Texas man hit the strip club and bought a Lamborghini with coronavirus aid. He received 9 years in prison.
A Texas man was sentenced to nine years in prison for fraudulently obtaining PPP loans and using the money on a Lamborghini and a Rolex watch.
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A Texas man hit the strip club and bought a Lamborghini with coronavirus aid. He received 9 years in prison.
A Texas man was sentenced to nine years in prison for fraudulently obtaining PPP loans and using the money on a Lamborghini and a Rolex watch.
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5 things to know for November 30: Coronavirus, Supply chain, China, Barbados, Twitter
Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day.
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Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh to donate bonuses to athletic department employees
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh stands to earn significant bonuses this postseason and vowed to donate that money to athletic department employees.       
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McCarthy's floor speech pays off as he becomes first House GOP leader to launch national ad blitz
Kevin McCarthy hauled in over $400,000 in fundraising following his marathon House floor speech. And McCarthy becomes the first House GOP leader to go up with a national ad blitz
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CDC says all adults should get booster due to omicron variant: Latest COVID-19 updates
The omicron variant causes the CDC to change its guidance on booster shots and unvaccinated federal workers get to keep their jobs for now. Updates.      
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Barbados holds celebrations ahead of officially becoming a republic
Celebrations were held in Bridgetown, Barbados, on November 29, ahead of the Caribbean nation becoming a republic after midnight. Dame Sandra Mason was sworn in as the island nation's first president just an hour before the country became a republic at midnight. Credit: UKinCaribbean via Storyful       
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Can You Find Spotify Wrapped From Previous Years? How to See Your Older Playlists
With Spotify Wrapped 2021 almost here, now is the perfect time to look through your older roundups and see how your music taste has changed over the years.
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On This Day: 30 November 2004
The mammoth winning streak of "Jeopardy!" champion Ken Jennings came to an end (Nov. 30)      
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Seahawks’ offense continues to struggle in loss to Washington, and answers are hard to come by
Seattle falls to 3-8 after continuing to generate little production despite the return of Russell Wilson from a finger injury.
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Kia Employs EV6, Sportage Looks in Redesigned 2023 Niro
Kia has employed sustainable materials within its new hybrid, plug-in hybrid and battery-electric model.
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Time To #EndJewHatred in UNRWA Schools | Opinion
It is up to us to join together as one voice and warn UNRWA that the jig is up.
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Joe Biden's Growing List of Failures | Opinion
For many, electing Joe Biden represented a return to normality. Unfortunately, his presidency has only ushered in divisiveness and staggering incompetence.
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Several NFL divisional races could go down to the wire. We predict winners for each.
Predicting winners for the NFL's competitive division title races, including the Patriots over the Bills in the AFC East.
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Seahawks’ offense continues to struggle in loss to Washington, and answers are hard to come by
Seattle falls to 3-8 after continuing to generate little production despite the return of Russell Wilson from a finger injury.
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High-profile Americans among China's network of international apologists
From NBA star LeBron James to shoe giant Nike, China has been on the receiving end of lip service and defense for actions many call indefensible.
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MLB non-tender deadline candidates: Will sluggers Luke Voit (Yankees), Adam Duvall (Braves) return?
MLB's deadline to tender contracts to arbitration-eligible players is Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET, with players who are non-tendered becoming free agents.      
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Who Is Elle Smith? Meet Miss USA Pageant Winner 2021 and Miss Kentucky
The full-time journalist will go on to represent the U.S. in the Miss Universe competition, which will be held in Israel for the first time in December.
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Josh Duggar child pornography trial: Everything to know
"19 Kids and Counting" alum Josh Duggar will face trial for child pornography charges in Arkansas.
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How the continuing resolution stole Christmas
And Chris Cuomo lands in hot water.
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Britney Spears Says She's Now on the 'Right' Medication After Conservatorship
Pop icon Britney Spears' conservatorship, which had seen her personal and financial decisions taken out of her hands since 2008, came to an end on November 12.
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Ted Cruz Calls Anthony Fauci 'Most Dangerous Bureaucrat' in American History
The Republican compared Fauci to the 17th century French King Louis XIV for saying he represented science.
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Las Vegas police use DNA testing and genealogical research to solve 42-year-old homicide of teen girl
Advanced DNA testing and genome sequencing helped Las Vegas police crack the case of a 16-year-old girl who was found dead 42 years ago, investigators announced Monday.
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Column: The hypocrisy of Democrats' 'Build Back Better' bill giving the rich a colossal tax cut
No matter how you slice it, giving a huge tax cut to the super-rich is a weird thing to do when you've been claiming that the solution to our problems is simply getting the rich to "pay their fair share."
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Why Dollar Tree is ditching $1 forever
Dollar Tree is throwing away those green "Everything's $1" signs at stores, ditching the brand identity it created and stuck to devotedly for 35 years.
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Ex-Notre Dame star Brady Quinn on Brian Kelly's reported departure: 'LSU is desperate'
Brady Quinn, a former Notre Dame star quarterback, was among the alumni who reacted to the report Brian Kelly was going to leave the Fighting Irish to take the LSU job.
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The Biden administration has given some pretty conflicting advice on coronavirus boosters
As of Monday, the CDC now says all eligible Americans should get their third shot.
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Fox Hosts Compare Anthony Fauci to Josef Mengele, Benito Mussolini
Fox hosts Lara Logan and Tucker Carlson have faced condemnation after their comments towards Dr. Anthony Fauci.
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Viral Video Shows Why You Should Be Regularly Washing Your Hairbrush
Newsweek consulted experts who agreed with the video and warned of the gross things you might find in your unwashed brushes, including dust mites.
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QAnon Shaman Jacob Chansley Wants Rittenhouse Attorney for Jan 6 Appeal
The most well known Capitol rioter fired his old counsel and brings in John Pierce ahead of reported plans to appeal his 41 month sentence.
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Bucks MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo is changing his game, and his body may thank him for it
One of the game's most physical players, Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo is evolving in ways that should save wear and tear on his body.      
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Pro-Herschel Walker PAC to attack Warnock, give GOP candidate 'air support' as he runs sunny campaign
A PAC run by allies of Herschel Walker says it will give "air cover" to the GOP Senate candidate as he runs a campaign in which he rarely attacks his opponent.
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AP Top Stories November 30 A
Here's the latest for Tuesday November 30th: Opening statements in Ghislaine Maxwell sex trafficking trial; COVID-19 omicron variant appears in more places; California man accused of killing his four children; Barbados becomes a republic.      
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Man Saves 10 People From Burning Apartment Building
Arnez Merriweather reportedly put his ability to stay calm in this kind of emergency down to a mix of jogging and meditation.
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So you want to become a better writer? Be a better reader.
By reading good writing aloud, even to yourself, you may feel things and learn things you might never have otherwise felt or learned about language.      
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Most employers will require workers to get COVID shots, survey shows
A survey finds the majority of U.S. employers will require employees to get COVID-19 vaccinations; few workers are quitting over the mandate.      
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Plaschke: USC gets their man in Lincoln Riley, who vows to ‘fight like crazy' and win
New USC football coach Lincoln Riley came to Los Angeles to fight and bring back the Trojans to national prominence, writes columnist Bill Plaschke.
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A shadow war in space is heating up fast
Space Force general: China and Russia are attacking U.S. space assets “every day.”
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‘A post-Roe strategy': The next phase of the abortion fight has already begun
“We’ve had a post-Roe strategy for the last 15 years,” said Kristan Hawkins, the president of the anti-abortion group Students for Life of America. “Now is when the rubber will meet the road.”
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Markets are shrugging off omicron worries. But the variant offers a lesson investors should heed.
The market plunge on Black Friday — and recovery on Monday — after the news about omicron offers an important lesson to investors: If you’re going to own stocks long term, you need to have enough cash on hand to ride out volatility.
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Media hit for 'sophomoric and ridiculous' take on Biden's travel ban after calling Trump's restrictions racist
Some media who deemed Trump's travel bans racist give tamer coverage to Biden's travel restrictions
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The Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol was bad. It may have set the stage for worse
In the months since the deadly attack, election denialism has grown, paving the way for future efforts to violently overturn elections.
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How to treat and prevent wood rot
ASK THE BUILDER | If you don’t want to use screws as I did, then you need to excavate the wood so the bottom of the hole is larger than the top. Dentists employ this simple trick so fillings don’t pop out of your teeth.
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GOP resistance to preschool plan could imperil key Biden proposal in many states
The White House’s pledge to create universal prekindergarten is set to face enormous implementation challenges, as GOP lawmakers in at least a half-dozen states are already balking at the proposed program and others are likely to follow.
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Library book returned after 110 years in Idaho
Boise Public Library recently checked in a book that’s more than a century old
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