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FDA warns against consuming certain raw oysters distributed to 13 states after reported illnesses

The Food and Drug Administration is advising people in 13 states not to eat certain raw oysters from South Korea after at least one person in Las Vegas got sick with a virus that can cause diarrhea and vomiting.
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Will Householter's triple-double leads Mira Costa to big win over Lynwood
Will Householter recorded a triple-double to help Mira Costa stay undefeated on the season with a 92-64 win over Lynwood on Monday.
Two Rescued From Booby-trapped Boulder Home With Gunman Barricaded Inside
One officer fired their gun during the rescue, but no one was struck, the Boulder Police Department said.
Mitt Romney Calls Donald Trump 'Disgusting,' Says He Has 'No Bottom'
Mitt Romney said Trump had degraded himself and the nation by meeting the controversial Nick Fuentes.
Chinese university students sent home amid protests
Chinese universities are sending students home as the ruling Communist Party tightens anti-virus controls and tries to prevent more protests.
China lockdown protests pause as police flood city streets
With police out in force, there was no word of additional protests against strict government anti-pandemic measures Tuesday in Beijing, as temperatures fell well below freezing
Air Force to unveil its new B-21 Raider stealth bomber Friday
The U.S. Air Force and Northrop Grumman plan to unveil the latest stealth aircraft called the B-21 Raider at the company’s facility in Palmdale, California, this Friday.
‘I lost it’: Will Smith recalls Oscars slap in emotional ‘Daily Show’ interview
Smith didn't identify what troubles he was dealing with during the awards ceremony -- but said a lot of things he had been feeling came to a head all at once.
Extreme weather takes a toll on Christmas tree supply, shop now
Prices are rising country-wide as the weather has recently taken a toll on Christmas trees.
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Hong Kong to ask Beijing to rule on use of foreign lawyers in national security cases
Hong Kong's leader said he'll ask Beijing to determine whether foreign lawyers can work on national security cases in the city, a move with repercussions for the upcoming trial of jailed pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai.
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Putin Will Carpet-Bomb Ukraine Unless the West Acts
Zelenskiy is winning the land war, but Putin has the advantage in the air war.
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A Va. man catfished a teen — and then killed her family, police say
Officials said the suspect, Austin Lee Edwards, drove from Virginia to California and killed family members of a teenage girl he had met online.
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Lakers blow 17-point lead late as they fall to Pacers at the buzzer
The Lakers blew a 17-point lead late as Pacers' Andrew Nembhard made a 3-pointer at the buzzer as the Lakers fell to Indiana 116-115 on Monday.
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Palantir Failed to Spot Pattern in SPAC Debacle
The data-analysis company aimed to use deals with startups to jumpstart its non-government business. There were some misfires.
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Australia argues against 'endangered' Barrier Reef status
Australia's environment minister says her government will urge against the U.N. adding the Great Barrier Reef to a list of endangered sites, saying worries are a reflection of the previous government.
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China's 'white paper' protests cause headaches for country's top stationery supplier
The rare protests that spread across China over the weekend often featured demonstrators holding pieces of blank white paper, a phenomenon that has caused problems for the country's top stationery chain.
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Virginia Rep. Donald McEachin dies at 61; remembered as 'gentle giant' and 'valiant leader'
McEachin, 61, died Monday of complications from colorectal cancer. He is the fourth state representative since 2000 to die while in office.      
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Victims' family speaks out after tragic fire sparks protests across China
A fire incident in Urumqi, Xinjiang, has triggered the biggest nationwide display of discontent tightly-controlled China has seen in a generation. CNN's Ivan Watson exclusively speaks to family members of the victims killed in the fire in Xinjiang.
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Florida man who went viral for wide neck in mugshot arrested again on stalking charge
A wide-necked Florida man who became a viral sensation after his mugshot gained thousands of comments and shares has been arrested again and charged with aggravated stalking.
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What to watch on Tuesday: ‘My So-Called High School Rank’ airs on HBO
Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022 | ‘The Laughter & Secrets of Love Actually: 20 Years Later — A Diane Sawyer Special' premieres on ABC
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Man shot and killed in Staten Island
The man was taken by EMS to Richmond University Medical Center and pronounced dead at about 6:50 p.m., police said.
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Ukrainians adapt to life with intermittent power
Ukraine has rolled out hundreds of "Points of Invincibility" — a defiant name for makeshift centers around the country      
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Protests fueled by zero-COVID anger spread to HKong
Protests against China's strict anti-virus measures have spread to Hong Kong, as a crowd pays tribute to victims of an apartment fire in Urumqi in Xinjiang. (Nov. 29)      
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Bodies of 4 infants found in Boston apartment: police
Human remains belonging to four infants were found inside a Boston apartment earlier this month, police said.
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Computer crash causes chaos at Brooklyn hospitals network with ties to Hochul
The computer network system serving 3 hospitals in Brooklyn's poorest neighborhoods -- headed by a billionaire who is a mega donor to Gov. Kathy Hochul — has crashed and been off-line for more than a week -- leaving medical staffers unable to access patient medical records and raising the specter that private information has been...
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GREG GUTFELD: Gender politics is now being exposed
Greg Gutfeld shared an update on the Ontario teacher who wore oversized prosthetic breasts in the classroom on 'Gutfeld!'
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Chris Smalls Taunts Musk, Says 'Disgruntled' Employee Wants Help Unionizing
"Let's see how their freedom of speech will be heard," the labor organizer tweeted at the Tesla CEO.
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See family's reaction after reuniting with daughter kidnapped in 1971
A family in Fort Worth is reunited after their daughter was kidnapped 51 years ago, thanks to a DNA match on 23&Me, the family announced on Facebook. KTVT's Nick Starling reports.
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Gotham Awards 2022 red carpet: best celebrity looks
Honorees included Adam Sandler, Michelle Williams, Bowen Yang, and more. See what presenters and nominees alike were wearing on the red carpet here.
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Video of Kanye West Walking Out of Interview Viewed More Than 500K Times
West appeared on podcaster Tim Pool's show Monday night and stormed out after Pool pushed back on his antisemitic claims.
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Virginia congressman dies from cancer at age 61
Rep. Donald McEachin, a Democrat from Virginia, has died at the age of 61 from colorectal cancer, his chief of staff announced on Monday. “We are all devastated at the passing of our boss and friend, Congressman Donald McEachin. Valiantly, for years now, we have watched him fight and triumph over the secondary effects of...
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New judge named in Pelosi attack suspect David DePape's case
San Francisco County Superior Court Judge Stephen Murphy will take over the proceedings, which will resume Dec. 14 with a preliminary hearing, officials said Monday.
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Will Smith Forgives Himself in First Sit-Down After ‘Horrific’ Oscars on ‘Daily Show’
Comedy CentralEight months after he shocked the world by slapping comedian Chris Rock during the Academy Awards’ live broadcast—and then winning an Oscar moments later—Will Smith finally sat down for his first substantial TV interview with The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah.Aside from a brief semi-apology video posted to his own YouTube channel over the summer, Smith has stayed mostly silent about the incident that upended his superstar career. But now that he has a new Civil War epic Emancipation premiering on Apple TV+, which could land him another Oscar nomination despite being barred from attending the ceremony for 10 years, he is back out on the press trail. And he found a sympathetic interviewer in Noah, who is in his final run of episodes before departing the host chair at the end of next week.The two men began with some small talk about Smith’s recent world travels before pivoting to the new film, which he described as a “freedom movie” as opposed to a “slave movie.” But eventually, they had to get to the questions that, until now, had still yet to be answered about what really happened on Oscar night 2022.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Mother loses peripheral vision from apparent exposure to mercury in beauty creams. Toxic levels in her home put family at risk, say experts
A woman lost part of her vision and inadvertently put her family at risk of mercury poisoning, most likely from using skin whitening products containing high levels of mercury, a case report shared exclusively with CNN shows.
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This Igor Shesterkin is far from good enough to save fragile Rangers
Igor Shesterkin knows it and Igor Shesterkin is wearing it after surrendering another four goals in Monday’s depressing, but not unexpected 5-3 empty-net abetted defeat to the Devils.
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Anthony Ornato, a Key Jan. 6 Witness, to Speak With House Panel
Mr. Ornato, a former Secret Service agent and White House aide, is at the center of a dispute over competing accounts of President Donald J. Trump’s actions.
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On this day in history, Nov. 29, 1832, 'Little Women' author Louisa May Alcott is born in Philadelphia
Louisa May Alcott, best known as the author of "Little Women," was born in Philadelphia on Nov. 29, 1832. She served as a Civil War nurse before achieving literary fame.
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GOP reaction to Trump's embrace of Holocaust denier reveals who still won't cross him
Donald Trump's meeting with a Holocaust-denying extremist is finally drawing significant GOP criticism and casting doubt on his political viability following the tepid launch of his 2024 campaign.
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CBS Evening News, November 28, 2022
COVID lockdown protests sweep across China; White House unveils holiday theme and decorations
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Joyce Bryant, ‘bronze blond bombshell’ of the 1950s, dies at 95
One of the major Black nightclub singers of her era, she left entertainment in 1955 to pursue missionary work but later returned to the stage as an opera singer.
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Ask Amy: Should we tell our kids the details of their inheritance?
Dad wonders if sharing the details of the family’s estate with his children is the right choice.
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Miss Manners: Am I too nice to waitstaff?
Reader is confused by their mother saying they’re too nice to waitstaff.
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Carolyn Hax: Mom blames herself for lack of grandkids
After following in mother's footsteps with disordered eating, a reader decides not to risk having kids — and Mom now blames herself.
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Protester runs onto field with rainbow flag during World Cup match
Host nation Qatar has faced heavy criticism for its human rights record, treatment of LGBTQ+ people and the working conditions of the migrants who helped build the stadiums.
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Pittsburgh Steelers put Indianapolis Colts' playoff hopes on life support
The Indianapolis Colts' fading playoff hopes were further damaged after losing to the lowly Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night.       
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LAURA INGRAHAM: China doesn't have to invade the United States to subdue and change us
Laura Ingraham discussed how Biden is cozying up to the CCP and how China has already pervaded many areas of America on "The Ingraham Angle."
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Jimmy Kimmel Brutally Roasts Donald Trump, Kanye West and Nick Fuentes
ABCJimmy Kimmel returned from Thanksgiving break on Monday and could not wait to start talking about what he described as a “meeting of the mindless at Mar-a-Lago” between Donald Trump, Kanye West and “white supremacist slash Holocaust denier” Nick Fuentes.“And you know this one was bad because Trump posted not one, but three messages on his imaginary social media site trying to distance himself,” the late-night host said, gleefully reading the succession of “truths” that the former president put up about the dinner. “Only Donald Trump would defend himself by saying, ‘I was only planning to eat with one antisemite,’” he joked.In response to Trump describing Fuentes as a “guest whom I had never met and knew nothing about,” Kimmel joked it’s the “same thing he says whenever Eric comes over to eat.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Iran acknowledges more than 300 are dead from unrest from nationwide protests
The estimate from a military general of people dead from protests is considerably lower than the toll reported by a U.S.-based group that has been closely tracking the protests.
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'The Voice': Blake Shelton bills singer's performance as possibly 'greatest' in show's history
Rowan Grace and bodie of Team Blake stunned with the sincerity of their emotive performances during the third round of live shows Monday night.       
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