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Confronting his critics, Steele defends dossier in first major interview

British ex-spy Christopher Steele is opening up about his bombshell 2016 dossier in the ABC News documentary "Out of the Shadows: The Man Behind the Steele Dossier."
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Burglar Chased Off Property by Homeowners Ends up Crashing Getaway Car Into Tree
The thief was caught in the act by the homeowners when they returned to the property.
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Donald Trump Says He Would Not Have Survived If James Comey Kept FBI Job
The former president fired Comey as FBI Director in 2017, amid the Mueller investigation into accusations of Russian collusion in the 2016 election.
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On This Day: 6 December 1999
Tom Hanks and Michael Clarke Duncan joined stars on the red carpet at the premiere of "The Green Mile." (Dec. 6)
Sheriff’s office slammed for post of Santa getting concealed handgun permit: ‘What is your message to children?’
The El Paso County Sheriff's Office in Colorado apologized after tweeting an image of Santa getting a concealed handgun permit, just days after four students were killed in school shooting in Michigan.
Sheriff’s office slammed for post of Santa getting concealed handgun permit: ‘What is your message to children?’
The El Paso County Sheriff's Office in Colorado apologized after tweeting an image of Santa getting a concealed handgun permit, just days after four students were killed in school shooting in Michigan.
Meet the Mosotho mountaineer putting her village on the climbing map
Mapaseka Makoae is taking tourists to new heights all while highlighting Lesotho's unique culture and heritage.
5 things to know for December 6: School shooting, pandemic, Congress, China, Russia
Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day.
ShowBiz Minute: Kennedy Center, Bieber, BTS
Kennedy Center Honors and its traditions are back once more; Justin Bieber performs at Saudi F1 race after boycott calls; BTS will take an "extended period of rest" after U.S. concerts. (Dec. 6)
Omicron live updates: 17 people test positive for COVID on cruise ship in New Orleans
As the COVID-19 pandemic has swept the globe, more than 5.2 million people have died from the disease worldwide, including over 788,000 Americans.
Conch shell DNA leads to charge against pallbearer at victim's funeral
Investigators determined that injuries to the victim's face had been caused by the spiny exterior of the conch shell, and testing of the interior revealed a full DNA profile.
Water Gushes From Tree Being Cut Down in Viral Video Viewed Over 13M Times
Michael Adams, who posted the video, said the water had been pouring out for a minute before he started filming.
Kamala Harris Aide Says He 'Absolutely' Loves Job Amid Staff Exodus
"I work for Vice President Harris on behalf of the American people as Deputy Director for Operations and absolutely love my job," David Gins tweeted.
These peak performers reached the top -- now they're helping others scale to new heights
Award-winning mountaineer Saray Khumalo climbs with the purpose of helping children in South Africa. In Lesotho, mountaineer Mapaseka Makoae highlights the importance of preserving her heritage.
Jordan Spieth and Henrik Stenson get two-shot penalties after tee shots from wrong hole
When Henrik Stenson pointed out to Jordan Spieth that his tee was slightly ahead of the marker, the American thought he must've narrowly avoided disaster.
Democrats eye massive shift in war on wildfires: Prevention
Democrats' social spending bill includes largest-ever investment in forests, including major wildfire prevention funding.
Americans Deserve Clarity, Not Ambiguity, on China and Taiwan | Opinion
If our leaders are to commit blood and treasure in Taiwan, we must know why it should matter to America.
Negro Leagues ambassador Buck O’Neil among among six voted into Baseball Hall of Fame
Also getting the nod for enshrinement from a pair of veterans committees along with Buck O'Neil were Bud Fowler, Gil Hodges, Jim Kaat, Minnie Miñoso and Tony Oliva.
A Terrible Catch-22
Should wrongfully convicted people falsely admit guilt to win parole?
Why celebrate pizza? Google Doodle shares the cultural heritage of pizza around the world
Google's interactive Doodle lets you slice pizzas from around the world with your cursor. Why are we celebrating pizza on Dec. 6?
Tesla Cybertruck 4x4 to add these Hummer and Rivian features
Elon Musk said the Cybertruck is being updated with four-motor drive and four-wheel steering ahead of its launch next year. Both features can be found on the Rivian R1T and GMC Hummer EV.
Taliban declares women "free," not "property," but nobody celebrates
Activists protest as the U.S. says "much more is needed" than the extremist group's formal "decree" that a woman is "not a property" and can't be forced into marriage.
Russia and India Sign Military Agreement Despite U.S. Threat of Sanctions
The U.S. has warned its partners against purchasing Russian military equipment if they wish to avoid sanctions under a 2017 law.
BTS Ask Fans to Show 'Consideration' As They Announce 'Extended Period of Rest'
K-pop superstars Jungkook, Jin, J-Hope, Jimin, V, Suga, and RM will "recharge with creative energy" during their imminent break.
Crumbley search: Michigan detectives to interview man said to be named 'person of interest'
The Oakland County Sherrif's Office announced Sunday night that detectives would be interviewing an Oakland County resident on Monday who they believe may have a connection into the disappearance of James and Jennifer Crumbley.
SE Cupp: The podcast episode on mental health I hope everyone hears
Jalen Rose's December 2 episode of "Renaissance Man" features a bravely honest interview with Charlamagne Tha God, the hugely popular radio host, TV personality, and arbiter of cultural and political influence. It's practically a public service announcement on the importance of transparency with mental health, and it's one that everyone should hear.
Prince William Says Traumatic Incident Made Him Ask: 'Why Do I Feel so Sad?'
Prince William said he felt "the whole world was dying" as an air ambulance pilot, following a crash involving a child of a similar age to Prince George.
POLITICO Playbook: Return of the debt ceiling drama
And a former D.C. National Guard official levels explosive new claims about two Army leaders' response to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
NFL Week 13 winners and losers: Chiefs' revival, powered by defense, should scare AFC opponents
The revival of the Chiefs, behind a strong defense, should scare the rest of the AFC. Colts RB Jonathan Taylor is having a historical season.
Op-Ed: Yosemite has been at its best under pandemic restrictions. Keep the cap on crowds
The crowds that used to throng Yosemite show why it needs to limit admission in peak season.
Chicken tender shortages?
Supply chain issues
Detroit Lions end 15-game winless run and pay tribute to Michigan school shooting victims
After 15 straight losses across a period of almost a year, the Detroit Lions' winless run has finally come to an end.
Pregnant Jennifer Lawrence dazzles in golden gown at 'Don't Look Up' premiere
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence is positively glowing.
Op-Ed: College athletes are cashing in, and it's going better than many feared
Many of us thought that only an elite few male stars would reap endorsement deals. Instead, entire teams are, and not just in football and basketball.
Why America's journey toward racial justice shouldn't include reparations
The route to a better, more equal America is through colorblind reform and individual justice, not racial entitlements.
Who Just Gave Trump $1 Billion? Let’s Find Out.
Investments in a blank-check company backing the former president could turn out to be IOUs if he wins back the White House.
Letters to the Editor: Standardized tests are oppressive. Kudos to UC for abandoning them
Students who face challenges in high school or do poorly on the SAT often succeed in community college. That shows a problem with the tests, not the students.
Gerrymandering, veto overrides on deck as Maryland lawmakers convene
How much should Maryland lawmakers redraw some of the country's most gerrymandered congressional districts? The General Assembly convenes Monday to consider that, starting with hours of public comment on a proposal that could make reelection tougher for Maryland's lone Republican congressman.
Students have faced a huge jump in ‘hostile behaviors,’ a new report finds. Attacks with weapons doubled.
U.S. students faced a huge jump in "hostile behaviors," including attacks with weapons, during the Trump administration, a new Government Accountability Office report has found.
Repair legacy of racism: Explore reparations in housing, education, entrepreneurship
America still has far to go to foster a fully just society and to mitigate the lasting consequences of institutionalized racism.
Advocates push nationwide movement for land return to Blacks after victory in California
Would the Bruce’s Beach case be a one-off, or a tipping point in a national struggle over Black land ownership?
Letters to the Editor: Roe vs. Wade put the Supreme Court in a 'partisan stench.' Overturn it
A reader says the extremes on abortion fostered by the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision show the need for the Supreme Court to change course.
Congress members blast proposed Discovery WarnerMedia merger
More than 30 Democratic lawmakers said the proposed Discovery-WarnerMedia union 'raises significant antitrust concerns.'
BTS Members Launch Own Instagram Accounts After Announcing Break
BTS stars Jungkook, Jin, J-Hope, Jimin, V, Suga, and RM have gone their separate ways—at least when it comes to social media.
‘I spontaneously burst into tears’: How 13 songwriters felt watching the new Beatles documentary
In Peter Jackson's Beatles documentary, Paul McCartney writes "Get Back" in a number of minutes. Many musicians felt validated.
Biden polling plummets and 2022 midterm red wave gathers strength
President Joe Biden’s job approval rating is in free fall – and it’s not just Republicans saying so.
How the Wisdom of Crowds Could Solve Facebook’s Fact-Checking Problem
In 1907, statistician Francis Galton observed something strange at a county fair: Attendees were participating in a game where they guessed the weight of an ox, with the closest answer to the truth winning a prize. To Galton’s surprise, while the guesses of the individual attendees varied wildly, the average of the crowd’s guesses was…
There’s a long history behind Stacey Abrams
For two centuries, Black women have fought for voting equality in America.
Best of theater 2021: ‘Come From Away’ on the Mall, Macbeth in London and a streaming movie
Even in a year of recovery, theater hit some high notes, onstage and on-screen.