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Cowboys fans brawl with concession worker in stadium concourse

Cowboys players brawled with their opponents on Thanksgiving, and their fans brawled with a concession worker in the AT&T Stadium concourse.
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Volcanic ash at airport delays aid to Tonga as reports of damage emerge
Volcanic ash blanketing a runway at an airport in Tonga was delaying much-needed aid deliveries to the island nation, officials said.
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Co-owner of the NBA's Warriors lambasted after saying 'nobody cares about the Uyghurs'
The 34-year-old billionaire repeatedly told his podcast co-hosts that "Nobody cares about the Uyghurs." The sound bite has gone viral and has been viewed millions of times on Twitter.
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Cardinals’ Budda Baker stretchered off field after scary collision with Cam Akers
As if it couldn’t get worse for the Arizona Cardinals on Monday night, safety Budda Baker was stretchered off the field after taking a shoulder to the head from Rams running back Cam Akers.
A timeline of North Korea's recent missile tests
North Korea has conducted four missile tests in January alone in 2022. CNN's Bianca Nobilo takes a look at the timeline and explains the motives behind the high frequency of tests.
Cracker Barrel ordered to pay man $9.4 million after he was served glass filled with a chemical
A jury in Marion County, Tennessee, ordered Cracker Barrel to pay a man $9.4 million after it found the company at fault for serving him a glass filled with a chemical instead of water.
Les Grobstein, Chicago reporter who got Lee Elia’s rant, dies at 69
Les Grobstein, a longtime Chicago sports radio reporter and talk show host who recorded Lee Elia's famous profanity-laced postgame rant about Cubs fans, has died.
Rams clobber Cardinals in NFC wild-card game, rematch with Bucs awaits
The Los Angeles Rams breezed through the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC wild-card playoffs on Monday night 34-11 to move on to the divisional round next week.
Energetic Barry Trotz surprises Islanders in return from COVID protocol
Brock Nelson was making a pregame drink on Monday night when Barry Trotz popped into the room.
'Justice League' director Joss Whedon responds to Gal Gadot, Ray Fisher's claims of poor behavior
"Justice League" director Joss Whedon has pushed back against claims of poor behavior made against him by the film's stars Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher.
Dog Waiting For Statue To Play Fetch Liked 29,000 Times on Twitter
Video captures an eager dog repeatedly trying to play fetch with a statue in the woods.
Virginia man arrested for abducting store clerk, who remains missing
Virginia police have arrested a man in connection to the disappearance of a 28-year-old shop clerk, who was last seen taking out the trash after work.
North Korea Continues Display of Force by Announcing New Tactical Missile Test
The test "confirmed the accuracy, safety, and operational effectiveness of this weapon system being produced," according to the North Korea's state news agency.
Peyton Manning gibes Eli about Giants’ infamous QB sneaks
Eli and Peyton Manning decided to join the party.
Celebrities who have been open about mental health struggles
Celebrities have mental health challenges too. We've rounded up stars who have opened up about their struggles, from Duchess Meghan to Demi Lovato.
Betty White's assistant shares one of her final photos
Betty White would have celebrated her 100th birthday on Monday and her assistant commemorated the day by sharing one of the final photos taken of the beloved late actress.
CBS Evening News, January 17, 2022
Hostages describe "terrifying" synagogue attack; Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.'s fight for voting rights.
1/17: Red and Blue
Democrats plea for Senate to pass voting rights bill; Biden to meet with Japanese PM Fumio Kishida
Larry Fink’s Letter to CEOs Says Stakeholder Capitalism Is Not ‘Woke’
Larry Fink’s latest annual letter to corporate America clarifies, and defends, his approach to social and environmental issues at the world’s largest money manager.
Keilar rolls the tape as GOP-led state legislatures move to control elections
CNN's Brianna Keilar takes a closer look at the changes being made to voting access in various states across the country following the 2020 election.
Winter Storm Izzy Rips Roof Off Nursing Home, Elderly Residents Evacuated
More than 40 nursing home residents were evacuated after strong winds heavily damaged a roof at a Maine facility during Monday's storm.
The Rock's T-Rex skull on 'ManningCast' raises questions over whether it's real historic fossil
Dwyane “The Rock” Johnson appeared on the “ManningCast” during the NFC wild-card playoff game between the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals on Monday night.
Today in History for January 18th
Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks WWII Leningrad siege; Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler suspect Albert de Salvo convicted. (Jan. 18)      
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Leo Terrell blasts Democrats in '1965 time-warp' over racism claims in opposition to election law overhaul
Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell ripped liberal Democrats for claiming critics of the election federalization bill, the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, are racist.
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Conservative Host of Most Watched Cable News Show Rants About ‘Zero Diversity’ in Media
Fox NewsTucker Carlson Tonight was the most-watched cable news show of 2021, yet the program’s namesake host spent Monday night decrying an alleged lack of diversity in the same media ecosystem that his employer, Fox News, dominates.In a segment about President Joe Biden’s low approval ratings and the recent obstacles to his agenda, Carlson took the opportunity to play news clips of pundits and reporters offering pessimistic takes on the administration. This was part of a trend, he figured, as it aligned with how some of them expressed joy at Biden’s 2020 election win, and also how some described the Jan. 6 insurrection as “one of the darkest days” in U.S. history.“Everyone in the Democratic Party sounds exactly alike because message discipline is what they do. It’s who they are,” Carlson complained. “No one in the party thinks independently—that’s not allowed. Everybody in the group must say the same thing in concert with everybody else in the group all the time. Think for yourself, even for a second, and you are denounced as a conspiracy theorist.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Xi Jinping Rejects ‘Cold War Mentality’ and Calls for Cooperation at World Economic Forum
China sought “peaceful coexistence and win-win outcomes,” the country's leader told the World Economic Forum
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Marvel Drops ‘Moon Knight’ Trailer Starring Oscar Isaac and a Creepy Ethan Hawke
Disney+Marvel Studios has dropped the first trailer for its upcoming Disney+ series Moon Knight, starring Oscar Isaac as a former Marine with a dissociative identity disorder who gets embroiled in a deadly battle between gods.“I can’t tell the difference between my waking life and dreams,” Isaac’s Marc Spector complains in the moody preview, which sees him transform from mere mortal to a silver-caped vigilante with special powers. Creator Jeremy Slater’s series—which begins streaming March 30—also stars a long-haired Ethan Hawke as a villainous mad scientist, who has a clear message in the trailer: “Embrace the chaos.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Cracker Barrel shooting: Suspected gunman killed by deputies, report says
The person authorities believe shot and killed a beloved Texas Cracker Barrel employee on Saturday was shot and killed by deputies on Monday, a report said.
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John McEnroe Vehemently Defends Novak Djokovic Then Backtracks In Debate With Chris Evert
McEnroe called this incident a "joke" and lauded Djokovic as "gutsy" before learning Djokovic knowingly exposed others to COVID.
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Ilya Sorokin bails out Islanders in much-needed win over Flyers
It’s not particularly fair to declare Game 31 of 82 a must-win under any circumstances for the Islanders.
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Volcanic Ash Delays Aid to Tonga as Damage Reports Emerge
Significant damage is being reported, days after a huge undersea volcanic eruption and tsunami
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The Rock touts XFL's return with focus on the players
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on Monday touted the resurgence of the XFL during the NFC’s wild-card playoff game between the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals.
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2 Earthquakes in Remote Area of Western Afghanistan Kill at Least 22
There were fears the death toll could rise as the first rescuers reached some of the mountainous villages struck by the temblors in one of Afghanistan’s most impoverished regions.
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Omicron forces more cruise lines to cancel trips.
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Civil Rights Icon Barbara Jordan's Legacy, 26 Years Later: Protecting Americans from Mass Immigration
On this day in 1996, Civil Rights icon Barbara Jordan died just weeks before Congress and then-President Bill Clinton were set to advance her reforms to illegal and legal immigration focused on protecting poor and working class Americans from waves of job-killing and wage-crushing mass immigration. 
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2 pedestrians killed in separate incidents in Montgomery County
Two pedestrians were killed in separate incidents Monday evening.
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MSNBC's Reid: Republicans 'Same' as Dixiecrats -- They Oppose 'Everything Dr. King Fought For'
MSNBC host Joy Reid said Monday on her show "The ReidOut" that Republicans were the "same" as the Dixiecrat segregationist political party.
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Clyburn: Biden Should 'Stay the Course' to Fix Poll Numbers, Press 'Needs to Be Exposing' Trump
During an interview with CBS’ “Red & Blue,” on Monday, House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC) said President Joe Biden “has to stay the course” to fix his bad poll numbers and help Democrats going into the 2022 elections. He
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Michigan judge berates cancer patient over blighted lawn, 'If I could give you jail time on this, I would’
A Michigan judge scolded a 72-year-old man battling cancer over his overgrown lawn, telling him he “should be ashamed" of himself and that “If I could give you jail time on this, I would."
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Video: Recapping KSW 66's best moments, including Marian Ziolkowski and Ibragim Chuzhigaev's title wins
This past weekend's KSW 66 event featured a pair of title clashes, with Marian Ziolkowski and Ibragim Chuzhigaev each earning wins.       Related StoriesKSW 66 weigh-in results: Two title fights set in PolandKSW 66 weigh-in results: Two title fights set in Poland - EnclosureJust tell 'soldier' Jamie Pickett whom he's fighting next and when 
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Hawks rally to beat Bucks 121-114, snap 10-game home skid
Trae Young scored 30 points for the struggling Atlanta Hawks, who trailed for much of the game before rallying for a 121-114 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday night, snapping a 10-game home losing streak.
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Federal appeals court sends Texas abortion law case to Republican-majority state Supreme Court
A federal appeals court on Monday punted a case about Texas' controversial abortion law to the state's majority-Republican Supreme Court, dealing another defeat to those opposed to the legislation that bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected.
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Residents save driver after car sinks in frozen river
Residents near Ottawa used a kayak to save a woman whose car plunged into icy water after she drove on a frozen river, police said in a statement.
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Washington withstands high winds on the day after the month’s third snow
By 4 p.m. the west wind had gusted up to 47 mph.
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Republican-Led States Move on Texas-Style Pro-Life Measures
An Oklahoma state lawmaker is planning to introduce a Texas-style pro-life bill that would allow individuals to sue doctors who perform abortions that are not to save the life of the mother.
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Raiders fire GM Mike Mayock after 3 seasons
The Las Vegas Raiders fired general manager Mike Mayock on Monday.
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FBI and DHS warn faith-based communities 'will likely continue' to be targets of violence
Top officials with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security warned in a letter Monday that faith-based communities will likely remain targets for violence, urging state and local partners to evaluate their security postures for mass gathering events and at houses of worship.
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Celtics' Enes Kanter Freedom blasts Warriors' co-owner's 'disgusting' dig at Uyghur crisis
Enes Kanter Freedom responded to a part-owner of the Golden State Warriors, after he dismissed the ongoing human rights abuses by the Chinese Communist Party against the Muslim-minority Uyghurs in Xinjiang Province.
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Kamala Harris 'will not absolve' senators who oppose Biden agenda
Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday said she is “not going to absolve” senators who stand in the way of Democratic-led legislation aimed at overhauling the U.S. election system.
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