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Condoleezza Rice says that while Jan. 6 Capitol riot was 'wrong,' it's time to move on

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says the Jan. 6 Capitol attack was "wrong," but she adds it's time for lawmakers to move on.       
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Rutgers holds off Clemson in Big Ten/ACC Challenge game
Ron Harper Jr. scored 23 points and snared nine rebounds as Rutgers held off Clemson, 74-64 in a Big Ten/ACC Challenge game on Tuesday night in Piscataway, N.J. The Scarlet Knights held an eight-point advantage at the break, 33-25, and Harper turned in a three-point play in the first minute of the second half to...
Ohio State rallies to upset No. 1 Duke
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Zed Key scored a career-high 20 points and Ohio State held top-ranked Duke scoreless for the final 4 1/2 minutes, completing a rally from a 15-point second-half deficit to beat the Blue Devils 71-66 on Tuesday night. E.J. Liddell hit two free throws with 1:06 remaining to give the Buckeyes (5-2) their...
Biden Expected to Announce New, Tougher Testing Requirements For International Travelers
A senior Biden administration official said that some options the administration is considering are testing after arrival and self-quarantines.
MSNBC avoids breaking news of Chris Cuomo's suspension, refrain from criticizing rival CNN anchor
The Peacock network avoided the developing scandal plaguing its liberal rival
Atlanta airport suspect, in gunfire incident that sparked panic, surrenders to police: report
An Atlanta air traveler who fled the city’s airport Nov. 20 after a gun went off at a security checkpoint, setting off a panic among other travelers, has turned himself in to police, according to a report.
Space Force general says US satellites are attacked on daily basis
China and Russia regularly strike US satellites with lasers, radiofrequency jammers, and cyber attacks, Gen. David Thompson said.
Three teens killed by Michigan high school shooter identified
The three teens who were gunned down by a fellow student at their Michigan high school were identified Tuesday night -- as authorities revealed the gunman’s father purchased the firearm.
Dr. Oz dishes on senate bid: 'Values under attack,' COVID response turned into 'authoritarianism'
Cardiothoracic surgeon and well-known television host Dr. Mehmet Oz announced his candidacy for United States Senate in Pennsylvania.
Seattle to Pay $3.5M to Family of Black Pregnant Woman Fatally Shot by Police
Charleena Lyles was shot and killed in 2017 by two white Seattle police officers in her home after calling 911 to report a burglary.
The country recorded more than 5,000 new Covid-19 cases on Tuesday and is investigating suspected cases of the Omicron variant
Atlanta mayoral runoff: Councilman Andre Dickens defeats Council President Felicia Moore
City Council member Andre Dickens won a runoff election Tuesday to become Atlanta’s next mayor, riding a surge of support that powered him past current City Council President Felicia Moore.
Tom Thibodeau, Julius Randle ‘pissed’ at refs after Knicks’ loss to Nets
Instead of taking the close defeat and gleaning the positives, Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau and Julius Randle railed about the officiating.
Roe and Casey: The two abortion precedents the Supreme Court may overturn
When the Supreme Court hears a constitutional challenge on Wednesday to a Mississippi ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, the justices will start with the two seminal decisions that secured the abortion right for women.
The GOP's toxic squabble demonstrates the challenges for a party still controlled by Trump
Democrats could not look any more vulnerable in the 2022 midterm elections, but Republicans are showing every day just how easily the GOP could torpedo its political chances next year.
Omicron coronavirus variant puts world on edge
Scientists are racing to determine the Omicron coronavirus variant's severity, transmissibility and whether it evades current vaccines. Follow here for the latest.
Carolyn Hax: How can you tell if you’re being over-criticized or overly sensitive?
A letter writer chafes under their husband’s criticism and wonders which one of them is being overly sensitive.
Ask Amy: My siblings insulted my partner behind his back
Reader is stunned to learn that her siblings may not enjoy her partner’s company as much as they say.
Hints From Heloise: What’s the difference between light and dark brown sugar?
Reader used dark instead of light brown sugar and noticed it tasted different. Aren’t they interchangeable?
Miss Manners: What is the appropriate email greeting to use with overseas colleagues?
Reader wants to know the best email greeting to use with overseas colleagues.
Clinton Foundation Donations Hit Lowest Point in a Decade, Down 75% Since 2016
Donations to the Clinton Foundation hit $16.3 million last year, the lowest amount in at least a decade, down close to 75 percent from its 2016 peak of $62.9 million.
Ohio State upsets No. 1 Duke with second-half rally in Big Ten/ACC Challenge
The Buckeyes used a huge surge after the break to overcome a 13-point halftime deficit and upset the top-ranked Blue Devils 71-66.
‘It All Seemed Like a Movie:’ Inside the Terrifying Shooting at Oxford High School
Screenshot/TwitterAs the deadly chaos of a mass shooting unfolded at a Michigan high school Tuesday, an 11-year-old student found out from TikTok that someone claiming to be the local sheriff had tried to coax terrified students out of the safety of a classroom.A 15-year-old sophomore at Oxford High killed three people and wounded eight more in the Tuesday shooting rampage, according to Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.Tense video shows a group of Oxford High School students crouching down among their desks. On the wall near the closed door of the classroom hangs a “Keep Calm and Carry On” poster. A voice from behind the door says, “Sheriff’s office. It’s safe to come out.” But a student replies, “We’re not willing to take that risk right now.” The person on the other side responds, “Come to the door and look at my badge, bro.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
Preliminary Injunction Blocks Biden's Federal Vaccine Mandate in Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee
The blocking of the mandate for federal contractors in three states joined the series of current legal challenges to President Joe Biden's vaccine mandates.
People Are Fuming Over What A Man Did With Girlfriend's Towel: 'It's Not About The Towel'
"She insists that she can't use any regular towel for her hair," the man said.
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Pelosi Staffer Mask Shames Republicans Hours Before Boss Spotted Maskless At Event
The staffer made her comments hours before her boss was spotted maskless at a crowded event.
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Tucson Moves to Fire Officer Seen Fatally Shooting Man in Wheelchair
A man who was said to have stolen a toolbox from a Walmart and flashed a knife at an employee was shot nine shots in the back and side in a confrontation captured on video, the police said.
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Georgia police officer 'critical' after shooting; another officer among 7 others hit: reports
At least eight people, including two police officers were wounded in a shooting Tuesday night in Clayton County, Georgia, according to reports.
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'Rust' affidavit reveals new details about source of live ammunition in Alec Baldwin's gun
Law enforcement is continuing its investigation into the tragic prop gun shooting on the set of the film "Rust." Here's everything we know.       
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Man dies in Alexandria after tire blows out, Virginia state police say
Car ran off Shirley Highway, according to state police.
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What We Know About the Michigan School Shooting Victims
Authorities late Tuesday released the names of the victims in the Michigan high school shooting.
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In Light of World AIDS Day, CDC Reports HIV Rate Remains Severe Among Gay, Bisexual Men
While HIV infections among gay and bisexual men decreased 8 percent over the last decade, gay and bi men still accounted for 66 percent of all new HIV infections in 2019.
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Hannity: Biden White House lied to Americans about 'transitory' inflation
Sean Hannity commented on rising inflation and the Biden administration's response to the money Americans are forced to shell out for the same goods in his monologue Tuesday.
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Jussie Smollett’s attorney grills cop over ‘hot sauce’ evidence discovered by Post reporter
A hot sauce bottle with the odor of bleach was found by the reporter more than a week after an alleged attack on Jan. 29, 2019.
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NYCFC upset Revolution in thriller to reach first Eastern Conference final
Alexander Callens capped a perfect five-for-five shootout for fourth-seeded New York City FC en route to a 5-3 win on penalty kicks over the top-seeded New England Revolution in an MLS Eastern Conference semifinal matchup on Tuesday night in Foxborough, Mass. The teams played to a 2-2 draw after 90 minutes plus 30 minutes of...
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These Are the Victims of the Oxford High School Shooting
Seth Herald/ReutersThree teenage students were shot and killed at a Michigan high school Tuesday. The youngest was just 14.The Oakland County Sheriff’s office identified the victims of the rampage at Oxford High School as Tate Myre, 17, Madisyn Baldwin, 17, and Hanna St. Julian, 14. Myre died in a sheriff deputy’s vehicle as the officer attempted to rush him to the hospital. Sheriff Michael Bouchard said the teenager’s wounds were so grievous that there was no time to wait for an ambulance.“This wound will never go away,” Bouchard said in a press conference Tuesday night.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Knicks-Nets will be true rivalry with more games like this
Here was a game worthy of the city, worthy of New York, worthy of the boroughs that have delivered so much to the City Game across the decades.
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Gun Used in Michigan School Shooting Was Purchased by Suspect’s Father
The semiautomatic gun used in the shooting at Oxford high school was purchased by the suspect’s father on Nov. 26, four days before Tuesday’s shooting.
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Officials give update on school shooting in Oxford, Michigan
Officials held a press conference late Tuesday night to give an update on the school shooting in Oxford, Michigan, that left at least three dead and eight others wounded. Watch their remarks.
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Nevada's Boxing Commission Says Charity Event Where Student Was Killed Was Not Licensed
Nathan Tyler Valencia, 20, died Nov. 23 from blunt force head trauma, the Clark County coroner's office said, after partaking in a charity boxing event.
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AOC invited by Virginia GOP House hopeful to campaign for Dem incumbent Spanberger
Republican Tina Ramirez invited Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to campaign for moderate Democrat Abigail Spanberger, after Ocasio-Cortez' recent remarks to The New York Times.
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CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo for Helping His Brother Andrew in a Sexual Harassment Scandal
Details have emerged about how the news anchor helped his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, face charges of sexual harassment
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Oregon Working to Join States That Offer Electronic Vaccine Verification Tool
Oregon is looking to join the nine states that provide digital proof of COVID vaccination to its residents with a program set to release in the spring.
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LeBron James Enters NBA Virus 'Health and Safety Protocols,' Skips Tuesday Night Game
Fans hoping to see LeBron James face off against the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday were left wanting when the NBA announced the star Laker had entered "health and safety protocols."
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'Just about all of Oxford hurts': Community prays for peace in wake of Michigan high school shooting
Hundreds of people, shell shocked and in tears from the deadly shooting at Oxford High School, gathered at three prayer services Tuesday night.       
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Councilman Andre Dickens elected mayor of Atlanta
He won a campaign dominated by concern over rising violent crime in the city.
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CBS Evening News, November 30, 2021
At least 3 dead in Michigan school shooting; 7-year-old girl summits Grand Teton.
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11/30: Red and Blue
Omicron COVID-19 variant creates uncertainty across markets; Barbados becomes world's newest republic
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City Councilman Andre Dickens will become Atlanta's next mayor, CNN projects
City Councilman Andre Dickens will become Atlanta's next mayor, CNN projects, defeating City Council President Felicia Moore in a runoff election to determine who will hold the city's top post.
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