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Five Russian Jets Buzz Alaska Airspace as NATO and Moscow Tensions Spike

The incident comes two days after Russia escorted U.S. military aircraft over the Black Sea, and amid a standoff between Moscow and the alliance.
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Helen Mirren looks unrecognizable playing Israel’s ‘Iron Lady’ Golda Meir
Mirren was photographed in London on the set of "Golda," a film that sees the typically glamorous actress looking frumpy while playing the iconic leader.
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Former dean of Temple University convicted of fraud for using fake data to boost its national ranking
The former dean of Temple University's business school was convicted Monday on charges of conspiracy and wire fraud for a scheme in which he and others used false data to boost the school's position on the US News and World Report's rankings, the US Attorney's Office said.
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Putin lays down ‘red line,’ threatens retaliation if missiles placed in Ukraine
Vladimir Putin warned NATO and the US Tuesday that any deployment of troops or missiles in Ukraine would cross a "red line" and prompt a military response.
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Fantasy football waiver wire: Time is running short to patch backfield holes
With the fantasy playoffs right around the corner, injuries to several top running backs make filling those spots a top priority in Week 13.       
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Mega Millions Drawing For 11/30/21, Tuesday Jackpot is $102 Million
Tuesday night's 11/30/21 Mega Millions jackpot is worth $102 million, with a cash-value option worth $73.3 million.
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Clint Frazier nearing deal with Cubs after Yankees release
Frazier, 27, was released by the Yankees last week following a disappointing 2021 season.
‘And Just Like That’ Trailer: The Girls Are (Mostly) Back In Town In This ‘Sex and the City’ Revival
It's time to dust off your Manolos.
Christmas tree displays across America that are larger than life
From sand creations to trees erected from LEGO bricks, along with beautiful hotel trees and larger-than-life displays in cities, these Christmas trees are sure to impress
The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season ends as the third most active year ever
Hurricane Ida alone caused more than $60 billion in damages, making it one of the five most costly U.S. hurricanes on record since 1980. Forecasters ran out of names for a record second year in a row.
A letter up for auction shows that Catherine the Great was an early advocate of inoculation
A letter set to go up for sale on Wednesday by the auction house MacDougall's shows the urgency that the empress felt around protecting the general population against smallpox.
Dr. Oz Gave Dr. Oz Show Staff Fifteen Minutes’ Notice That He’s Quitting to Run for Senate in State Where He May Not Live
This is now the most interesting race of the 2020 midterm elections, regrettably.
Klay Thompson headed to G-League
The last time Klay Thompson played in an NBA game, corona was still known primarily as a beer, President Donald Trump was overseeing an economic boom in the country, and Bill Cosby was still in jail. In other words, it’s been a while since Klay was raining threes on the NBA hardwood.
‘West Side Story’ cast on Stephen Sondheim’s impact and giving his ‘blessing’ for new film
Rachel Zegler, Rita Morena, and Justin Peck reflected on working with Sondheim at the film's premiere. The musical theater legend died just days shy of the premiere.
Boyfriend saves the day after nobody shows up to Friendsgiving
When Maryann Zizumbo’s friends failed to show up for the Friendsgiving event she hosted at her home, her quick-thinking boyfriend – Christian Zamora – stepped up to save the day.
Netflix’s ‘Blue Period’ is a Dynamic Dream For All Art Lovers
If you're looking for a title that's both thought-provoking and visually stimulating, then this is the show for you.
Sneak peek: The Corn Rake Murder
A farmer says he found his wife impaled by a corn rake. The rake has just four tines – so why does she have six puncture wounds? CBS News chief investigative and senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod reports for "48 Hours." Watch Saturday, December 4 at 9/8c on CBS.
NASCAR's return to historic Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway takes major step
Bristol Motor Speedway and Nashville Mayor John Cooper have reached an agreement in principle to renovate the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway and bring NASCAR Cup Series racing back to the facility.
What's wrong with Russell Wilson?
Your eyes weren’t deceiving you last night. I promise you that really was Russell Wilson quarterbacking the Seahawks in their third straight loss. Since returning from Injured Reserve in last week’s game against Arizona, Wilson has looked anything but his normal dangeRuss self. If anything, the signal caller appears Russ-ty.
White House responds to Moderna CEO concerns on omicron vaccine: 'we don't know yet'
The White House on Tuesday responded to concerns voiced by a Moderna executive who suggested the current vaccines slotted to fight the coronavirus will not be enough to counter the new omicron variant.
Man suspected of discharging firearm at Atlanta airport turns himself in
The man who fled after a gunshot set off a panic inside the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport more than a week ago has turned himself in, according to the Atlanta Police Department.
Department of Defense deploying military medical personnel to Michigan and New Mexico as COVID-19 support
The federal government is deploying dozens of additional U.S. military medical personnel to Michigan and New Mexico to support civilian health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. David Claeys, president of Beaumont Hospital in Dearborn, Michigan, joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero to discuss what the addition of 22 medical professionals from the Department of Defense will mean for his team.
Waukesha suspect Darrell Brooks griped about unfair treatment from jail in unearthed letter to court official
Waukesha Christmas parade suspect Darrell Brooks Jr. spent nearly two decades dodging child support payments and court appearances related to supporting his son – and sent the judge overseeing the matter two handwritten notes, including a letter asking for one "more shot" and griping that he was being treated unfairly, Fox News has learned.
4 ex-Minneapolis cops facing federal charges in George Floyd death will be tried together
A judge ruled Monday the four ex-Minneapolis police officers facing federal charges for allegedly infringing on George Floyd’s civil rights will face trial together.
KN95 vs. N95 masks: Experts explain the differences
The bottom line: wear a mask. However, with so many to choose from, which one should you wear?
'The Ingraham Angle' on the Biden booster club and Omicron variant
Guests: Jay Bhattacharya, Houman Hemmati, Tom Cotton, Raymond Arroyo, DineshT D'Souza, Victor Davis Hanson, Larry Kudlow
Column: These 10 Southland recruits need to be USC coach Lincoln Riley's top priorities
New USC football coach Lincoln Riley plunges ahead with recruiting Southland high school players. Here are 10 he should make a priority.
200,000-year-old remains of close relative to modern humans found in Siberian cave
Scientists have found 200,000 year old remains of a close relative to the modern human known as the Denisovans.
Dealer who distributed pills in Mac Miller’s overdose pleads guilty
Stephen Andrew Walter, one of the men charged with distributing the drugs that caused Mac Miller's fatal overdose, said he did not know the pills he distributed were laced with fentanyl.
Fauci warns Omicron variant case count could ‘change rapidly’ amid global spread
Dr. Anthony Fauci predicted Tuesday that the global case tally for the Omicron variant will "change rapidly" as it spreads around the world.
Netherlands says Omicron variant was already in country earlier than previously thought
The Covid-19 Omicron variant was present in the Netherlands a week before two flights arrived from South Africa carrying the virus, Dutch health officials said Tuesday, throwing the timeline of the variant's spread in Europe into question.
CNN’s Chris Cuomo scandal is Jeff Zucker’s scandal, too
Just-released documents detail the anchor's involvement in the political activities of his brother, former New York governor Andrew Cuomo.
What conjunction, sextile, square, opposition, trine mean in astrology
Astrological aspects are what create the daily mood — they’re the conversations happening in the sky and are reflected in our lives.
Tropical cyclones last hours longer and became more devastating, new research shows
Hurricanes, cyclones and other tropical storms have a devastating impact. Historical data show they've been getting worse, according to a new study
CDC expanding surveillance at 4 major US airports to look for Omicron
The CDC is expanding surveillance at four major international airports -- Atlanta, JFK, Newark and San Francisco -- to keep an eye out for the Omicron variant of coronavirus in travelers.
Former UCF Football Star, NFL Player Otis Anderson Jr. Dies After Double Shooting
The 23-year-old football player and his mother, Denise Anderson, were allegedly shot around 9:30 p.m. on Monday.
In Fresno's meth hell, there's no antidote
You can see and hear the impact of meth around Fresno, California. Users tend to disintegrate -- their teeth dissolving and their voices fading to a squawk.
3 dead, 6 injured in shooting at Michigan high school
Three people were killed and six were injured in a shooting at a Michigan high school, officials said. The suspect was taken into custody.
Cowboy's Trysten Hill suspended two games for Thanksgiving punch
Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill has been suspended for two games after he threw a punch at Las Vegas Raiders guard John Simpson following Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day game.
Woods has little to offer on past accident or future in golf
Tiger Woods had nothing to say about the February car crash that shattered his right leg and he had even less of an idea what his future in golf holds except that he's a long way from deciding whether he can compete against the best.
There’s a Reason the New Beatles Doc Had to Be Eight Hours
Get Back is long and winding, but that's because it had to be.
'Hannity' on COVID, Biden's agenda, Pelosi and inflation
Guests: Newt Gingrich, Miranda Devine, Ted Cruz, Kevin McCarthy, James Golden
‘Just turned into this orgy’: First accuser testifies at Ghislaine Maxwell trial
A woman testified on Tuesday about the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein starting when she was just 14.
New CDC report shows higher new HIV infection rates and disparities for Black, Latino men
From 2010 to 2019, a CDC disparity report found gay and bisexual men who are Latino and Black experienced higher rates of new HIV cases.
Alice Sebold Sorry Innocent Man Went to Jail for Her Rape, Blames 'Flawed Legal System'
"I will forever be sorry for what was done to him," the author, who wrote the memoir Lucky about her assault, said in a statement.
CNN women remain silent on Chris Cuomo amid outside calls for network to fire embattled host
CNN’s prominent female staffers have remained publicly silent on embattled host Chris Cuomo over his extensive involvement in defending his big brother amid his sexual harassment scandal.
‘Mowgli’ girl who survived weeks in woods places at prestigious ballet school
Karina Chikitova, a real-life Mowgli girl who was discovered living wild in Siberia, is one step closer to becoming a professional ballerina after landing a spot at a prestigious dance academy in Russia.
Ukraine’s prime minister says Russia ‘absolutely’ plotting coup attempt
Ukraine’s prime minister has said Russia is “absolutely” behind a suspected attempt to topple Kiev’s pro-Western government, citing intelligence pointing to Moscow’s involvement in the potential coup.​​ “We have secret data which demonstrates the special intentions (to foment a coup),” ​Prime Minister Denys ​Shmygal ​told Reuters on Tuesday. When asked if the Russian state was...
It’s probable that fewer seniors have been vaccinated than the government claims
The CDC's vaccination data for seniors is clearly flawed.