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Donald Trump's Businesses Facing Multiple Criminal Investigations

A probe into the ex-president's golf club at Westchester County, 30 miles north of New York City, is the latest incident.
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David Perdue Entering Georgia Governor Race Splits Bookmakers
Betfred believes a Republican is likely to win next year's election, while Betway believes Stacey Abrams is still the favorite.
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Jussie Smollett's Attorneys Mum on Whether Actor Will Take Stand in Defense
Attorneys not affiliated with the trial say that testifying could be the actor's only chance at overturning his charges.
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Teacher Schools Kids With Impressive Dance Moves in Video Viewed 18M Times
The educator's impressive shapes have earned praise online: ""His knees regretted it but I know it was worth it."
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Oxford High School Officials May Be Charged in School Shooting, Prosecutor Says
"In this case a lot could have been done different," Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said.
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What BTS Stars Have Said About Splitting As They Announce Extended Break
BTS' Jungkook, Jin, J-Hope, Jimin, V, Suga, and RM have announced they're taking a break—and they also once discussed the reality of splitting in the future.
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‘The View’ Fans Turn on “Very Annoying” Guest Host Mia Love
The audience hasn't fallen in love with Mia Love.
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Alec Baldwin’s ‘misguided’ interview slammed by 'Rust' gaffer's attorney: 'An attempt to sway public opinion'
Serge Svetnoy, the head electrician/gaffer of the movie “Rust,” previously confirmed he was standing next to Halyna Hutchins when she was shot and held her as she died on the New Mexico movie set.
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Liberal columnist claims Biden gets worse press coverage than Trump, media needs to do 'soul-searching'
Dana Milbank argued the last four months of President Biden's presidency often came with worse media coverage than Trump
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The Best Holiday Gifts to Give Teachers This Year
The last few years have been rough, especially for teachers. From learning how to teach remotely to navigating COVID-19 protocols, educators have shouldered the pandemic’s burden often without complaint. To show the teachers and school staff members you know your appreciation, send them a gift for the holidays. This list has you covered whether you…
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261 vehicle crashes in 18 hours as snow sweeps across Minnesota
A Minnesota snowstorm turned highways and roads into a slippery destruction derby in which at least 261 vehicles crashes were reported in an 18-hour period.
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Woman Working Out at Gym Confronts Man Who Got Too Close in Video Viewed Over 6M Times
"Am I too sensitive or was he not rude," the influencer asked her followers after posting the video.
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Reports: Disputed Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit dies after workout
Disputed Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit died Monday morning after a workout at Santa Anita Park, according to reports.      
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'Kill Me I'm White': Man Harasses Bar Customers, Slams Door After Seeing BLM Sign
According to police, the man was served a citation at the scene and was also arrested in relation to vandalizing the door.
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Patients Waiting for Life-Saving Organ Transplant to Be Denied Treatment Unless Vaccinated
Australia's Queensland Health says patients seeking a kidney, lung or heart transplant must have two doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine.
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Flights to New York or Florida: Budget airline Breeze is offering fares as low as $39
Breeze Airways to add service to Islip, New York's Long Island MacArthur Airport and Florida's Palm Beach International Airport in mid-February.       
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Lucky Man Buys Two Identical Lottery Tickets, Hits Jackpot Twice
A North Carolina man took home a total of $780,000 after buying two identical lottery tickets.
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Oregon's Mario Cristobal is leaving Ducks to coach Miami Hurricanes
Mario Cristobal's decision to return home to coach at Miami shouldn't come as a total surprise. He was born and raised in the city.       
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New international travel restrictions take effect as U.S. responds to spread of COVID-19 Omicron variant
The Biden administration is enforcing new travel requirements as the Omicron variant raises concerns globally. Meanwhile, the Delta variant is still largely responsible for a surge in U.S. infections, with average cases topping 100,000 per day. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Leslie Diaz has more on the latest coronavirus headlines.
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Google delays January return-to-office date
Ford follows in Google's footsteps as the Omicron variant derails companies' plans to bring workers back to offices.
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Evergrande Posts Images of 'Construction' Online as Shares Fall to 12-Year Low
Bloggers said that at some sites there's been "no construction for months" and in other areas where construction has begun "there are fewer than 10 workers."
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Giants’ Arizona getaway is far too late for team bonding in dreadful season
Get out of here. That is what the Giants are doing this week and there is certainly a large segment of their fan base that says “good riddance.” The less seen and said about this team, the better, and if they are out of sight for a while, perhaps out of mind will follow. Which...
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Tyra Banks celebrates 48th birthday with body-positive swimsuit photo
“My body is fuller. And so is my mind,” the former "America's Next Top Model" host captioned a series of swimsuit-clad photos on her birthday.
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Over a dozen COVID cases were found on a cruise ship that just docked in New Orleans
At least 17 people on board the Norwegian Breakaway tested positive for COVID-19, including one probable case of the omicron variant. The cruise line said that all confirmed cases are asymptomatic.
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Internet Backs Woman Who Doesn't Want Mentally Ill Sister to Be Bridesmaid
"You've done WAY more than your fair share, and it is well past time some of your other family members took a turn," a commenter on the viral post wrote.
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Overhyping AIDS? Fauci calls Sen. Ron Johnson's comments 'preposterous'
Dr. Anthony Fauci received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush for his work on AIDS.       
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The MAGA cult of violence is having predictable consequences
Schools are reporting a rise in "hostile behaviors." Is anyone surprised?
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Porn star Maitland Ward reveals cover for ‘steamy’ memoir, ‘Rated X’
"All the behind-the-scenes info and salacious tales are here," she told The Post. "I hold nothing back."
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Football Top 20: Northern, Quince Orchard and Douglass rise after earning Maryland state titles
In Virginia, Madison, Stone Bridge and Broad Run punched their tickets to the state finals.
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Prince Harry encourages people to quit their jobs if it doesn’t bring joy
Harry and his wife Meghan Markle did their own resigning in February when they both stepped down from their senior royal positions and moved to California.
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Missing Indiana woman last seen in San Diego nearly a month ago found safe
A 20-year-old Indiana woman who vanished in California nearly a month ago has turned up safe, the San Diego Police Department says.
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Over a Third of Americans Say COVID-19 Major Source of Stress: Poll
A new poll found that while the COVID-19 pandemic is a large stressor for all Americans, Generation Z is feeling the strongest impact.
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Tomorrow's crucial Biden/Putin call could be a matter of war and peace
Ukraine, ransomware, energy all expected topics as the leaders connect.
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Volunteer at Massachusetts farm rammed to death by ‘comfort animal’ sheep
Kim Taylor, who had been a volunteer at the therapy farm for just over a year, was in the pen alone with the sheep when it charged at her
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Former Rep. Max Rose to run again for the House seat in New York he lost in 2020
Former Democratic Rep. Max Rose announced he will run again for the US House seat he lost in 2020 after a single term to Republican Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, who serves the New York district that includes Staten Island and some of Brooklyn.
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Nigerian Official Calls U.K. Travel Ban 'Discriminatory' and 'Not Driven By Science'
Only 3.78 million Nigerians have been fully vaccinated out of the country's 206 million population.
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Suu Kyi sentenced in further blow to democracy
Aung San Suu Kyi, the civilian leader of Myanmar who was ousted in a de facto coup this year, was convicted of incitement and another charge Monday and sentenced to a reduced prison term. (Dec. 6)      
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BTS taking ‘extended period of rest’ for first time since 2019 hiatus
The South Korean band, who are still set to release a new album, will spend the holidays with their families for the first time since they debuted in 2013.
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Violence as French far-right TV pundit holds campaign rally
France is holding its presidential election on April 10, with a runoff if needed on April 24.
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Better.com CEO fires 900 employees on Zoom call
Better.com CEO VIshal Garg told 900 employees on a Zoom call that they were being laid off from the mortgage company, telling them they are "part of the unlucky group." The company had a $750 million cash infusion last week and is getting ready to go public, according to CNN's Christine Romans.
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Edward Shames, last surviving ‘Band of Brothers’ officer, dead at 99
Shames was the oldest surviving member of the Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division, now known globally as the "Band of Brothers."
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Teacher Nails Viral Dance Move, Students Lose Minds in Video Viewed 17M Times
According to the video's poster, dancing has "become a regular thing at [their] school."
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Internet Slams Man Who Secretly Used Wife's Savings Account For Sister's Wedding Dress
One Reddit user told the husband: "You're not getting that money back. And you will probably never get your wife's trust back either."
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George Kittle’s wife Claire swoons over 49ers tight end’s monster game
George Kittle’s wife Claire had a front-row seat to his monster game Sunday in Seattle. Claire Kittle and husband George Kittle on Sunday, Dec. 5, during the 49ers’ game against the Seahawks. Kittle, the 49ers’ superstar tight end, had nine catches for two touchdowns and 181 yards in the NFC West showdown, which saw the...
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Ex-DC Guard official accuses Army brass of lying about Jan. 6 response
Col. Earl Matthews alleged that the Pentagon inspector general's report on the military response to the violence contained "myriad inaccuracies, false or misleading statements."
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Schumer details plan to pass Biden bill by Christmas amid growing skepticism about timeline
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is still insisting that President Joe Biden's Build Back Better bill can pass his chamber by Christmas -- even as doubts grow that such a timeline is achievable given the procedures of the Senate and the lingering differences among Democrats.
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Atlanta Medical School to Gift Each Student $6,300 From COVID Relief Bill
School leadership said the funds are to help students with "academic, financial, and mental health support costs such as childcare, food and healthcare needs."
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Jalen Ramsey, Trevor Lawrence in possible dirty play that ends with helmet slam
Trevor Lawrence and Jalen Ramsey became entangled in a potentially dirty play during the Rams’ 37-7 win over the Jaguars on Sunday. The Jaguars quarterback tackled L.A.’s star cornerback in the first quarter and appeared to gator roll across the 30 yard-line while holding onto Ramsey’s ankle. As the two twisted, Ramsey appeared to sit...
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Man hides country's largest model train railway from girlfriend
Simon George spent over $330K building a 200-foot-long model train set that recreated the train tracks near his childhood home in Britain.
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