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For Uber and Lyft, the Rideshare Bubble Bursts

Rideharing companies made a lot of promises. They’re not being kept.
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Lawrence Taylor doesn’t watch Giants, apparently has no clue who Daniel Jones is
Being an icon of the franchise doesn't mean keeping up with it — at least not for Lawrence Taylor.
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NFL 'acknowledges' bad call on Saints' Garrett Griffin in loss to Cowboys: report
Officials during Thursday night’s Cowboys-Saints game were criticized for a bad call against New Orleans and, according to a report, NFL is taking responsibility for the bad officiating – this time.
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Five reasons your feet are always cold, from diabetes to stress
Freezing feet are a common problem, but if you still have cold feet despite wearing warm, fluffy socks, it may be a sign of a medical issue.
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Washington mourns Bob Dole
Dole died in his sleep early Sunday morning, according to the Elizabeth Dole Foundation.
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Cuomo firing adds to vacancies across cable news landscape
Brian Stelter discusses the empty host chairs dotting the cable landscape and asks David Zurawik and Sara Fischer for analysis. "Losing stars in primetime makes a difference," Zurawik says.
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Media analysts take stock of Chris Cuomo's firing
Brian Stelter talks with Sara Fischer, David Zurawik and Mara Schiavocampo about CNN's termination of Chris Cuomo. Schiavocampo says "a circumstance like this" may reinforce "the public's trust in the media because they did make the right call."
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Greek Orthodox priest heckles Pope Francis, calls him 'a heretic'
A Greek Orthodox priest decried Pope Francis as "a heretic" during a visit to Athens on Saturday.
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Remembering the life of Senator Bob Dole
Senator Bob Dole has died at the age of 98. Dole was a World War II veteran and presidential nominee in addition to his long career in the Senate. Sean Sullivan, CBS News political contributor and White House reporter for The Washington Post, joins CBSN's Lana Zak to talk about Dole's legacy.
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Panthers, Joe Brady part ways with 5 games left in season
The Carolina Panthers parted ways with offensive coordinator Joe Brady on Sunday in a stunning move with five games remaining in the 2021 NFL season.
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Edward Shames, last of the surviving WWII officers who inspired HBO's 'Band of Brothers,' dies at 99
Shames, who took part in D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, was in Easy Company, the unit that inspired the 'Band of Brothers' book and miniseries.       
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China’s space operation poses an ‘incredible threat,’ US must adapt, Space Force general says
China poses an "incredible threat" in space, launching twice as many satellites as the U.S., Gen. David Thompson, vice chief of the U.S. Space Force, said on "Fox News Sunday."
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NXT WarGames 2021 Live Stream: Time, Card, How To Watch NXT WarGames Live
DIY reunites at WarGames!
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Newspaper Photographer Working in San Francisco Robbed at Gunpoint: 'Incredibly Troubling'
A newspaper photographer working in the San Francisco Bay Area was recently robbed at gunpoint, Fox News reported Sunday.
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Better.com CEO fires 900 employees over Zoom
Better.com CEO Vishal Garg announced the mortgage company is laying off about 9% of its workforce on a Zoom webinar Thursday, abruptly informing the more than 900 employees on the call they were being terminated just before the holidays.
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Bob Dole's constant pen in hand was reminder of war injury, advocacy for disability rights
A WWII wound stripped former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole of the use of his right hand, but it also instilled in him an ethic of perseverance.       
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Machine Gun Kelly, Megan Fox attend party chained together by their nails
The lovebirds linked up – literally – at the launch party for his new unisex nail polish line, UN/DN LAQR, in West Hollywood, Calif., Saturday night.
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'Fox News Sunday' on December 5, 2021
'Fox News Sunday' welcomed guests Vivek Murthy, David Thompson, Joni Ernst and Michelle Flournoy
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Jussie Smollett may have to testify to convince the jury of his case, legal experts say
After two brothers spent hours telling a jury how Jussie Smollett paid them to carry out a fake racist and anti-gay attack on himself in downtown Chicago, the big question when the actor's trial resumes Monday will be whether or not he will tell his side of the story.
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Ryan Tannehill enjoys Titans’ bye week in ‘paradise’ with wife Lauren
Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill enjoyed a trip to "paradise" with wife Lauren and their family during Tennessee's recent bye week.
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Antonio Brown’s ex-chef will sue Bucs receiver amid vaccine card suspension
Steven Ruiz blew the whistle on Antonio Brown by saying the Buccaneers receiver had a fake vaccine card. Now, Ruiz is going after money he says Brown owes him.
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Wednesday brings season’s first chance of light snow to D.C. regon
The chance of meaningful accumulation is low
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Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem talk playing Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in 'Being the Ricardos'
Nicole Kidman and her “Being the Ricardos” co-star Javier Bardem opened up about what it was like to get to know the real-life characters they embody, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.
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Marcus Lamb's death highlights Christian media's vaccine problem
The media may not be paying enough attention to the influence of Christian broadcasters when it comes to Covid-19, CNN chief media correspondent Brian Stelter said on "Reliable Sources" Sunday.
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Hackers Nab $150M as BitMart Crypto Exchange Reports 'Large-Scale Security Breach'
BitMart temporarily suspended all withdrawals until further notice after it lost millions worth of crypto in a hacking incident.
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COVID-19 infected Norwegian cruise ship arrives in New Orleans
A Norwegian Cruise Line ship with at least 10 passengers and crew members infected with COVID-19 docked Sunday in New Orleans, where health officials said they were trying to disembark people without worsening the spread of the coronavirus illness.
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Finger lickin' gone? A chicken tender shortage may be underway because of supply chain issues
Chicken tenders require more processing and packaging to sell, making them harder to find and more costly. Some fast-food chains are pulling back.     
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Full interview: Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy on "Face the Nation"
Dr. Murthy discusses concerns around the Omicron variant.
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U.S. Military Has Acted Against Ransomware Groups, General Acknowledges
Gen. Paul M. Nakasone, the head of Cyber Command, said a new cross-functional effort has been gathering intelligence to combat criminal groups targeting U.S. infrastructure.
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Virginia gives ownership of site where Robert E. Lee statue stood to city of Richmond
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has agreed to give the city of Richmond ownership of the traffic circle where the giant statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee stood until its removal. As part of the deal, the graffiti-splashed pedestal that became an icon of last year's social justice protests will also come down.
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Biden ran on bringing people together. He's failed so far
President Joe Biden ran on a campaign of bringing people together. But nearly a year into his administration, Biden has been overwhelmed by the long-term trend of polarization.
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Detroit artist suspected of helping Ethan Crumbley’s parents hide from cops
Andrzej Sikora, 65, allegedly allowed James and Jennifer Crumbley to hide out in the basement of an art studio in the Motor City.
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NYC’s first female chief medical examiner reveals tales of the job
Barbra Sampson helped perform autopsies and send collected human and bird tissue in the baffling case to the US Army Medical Research Group of Infectious Disease.
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'An extraordinary life': Lawmakers react to Bob Dole's death, honor his legacy
Biden recalled Dole as a friend and 'statesman like few in our history.' Others called Dole 'truly great' and 'the last of the lions of the Senate.'       
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Congress must investigate Hunter Biden – and those protecting him. Here's why
As more stories about Hunter Biden’s meetings with foreign agents in Serbia, China and elsewhere come out, serious scrutiny will become unavoidable.
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12/5: Gottlieb, Lamont, Murthy
This week on "Face the Nation," with the world still battling COVID's Delta surge, preparations are now underway to combat a new threat.
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NIH Director Collins: 'Possible' Omicron Will Not Be Last Emerging Variant of Pandemic
The director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Francis Collins said Sunday on "Meet the Press" that it was "certainly possible" that the Omicron variant will not be the last COVID-19 variant of the pandemic.
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Clay Guida recalls laughing and telling himself, 'Get your crap together' during UFC on ESPN 31 rally
It was mayhem, but just another day in the office for 15-year UFC veteran Clay Guida.       Related StoriesClay Guida recalls laughing and telling himself, 'Get your crap together' during UFC on ESPN 31 rally - EnclosureDusko Todorovic was struck by car in July, re-injured mangled foot while warming up at UFC on ESPN 31Dusko Todorovic was struck by car in July, re-injured mangled foot while warming up at UFC on ESPN 31 - Enclosure 
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Carolina Panthers fire Joe Brady as offensive coordinator with five games left in season
Joe Brady was hired to the Carolina Panthers with a lot of fanfare. He lasted one-and-a-half seasons after the team announced his firing Sunday.       
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Democrats’ ‘frightening’ policies legitimize crime, Rep. Jordan says
Rep. Jim Jordan told 'Justice with Judge Jeanine' Saturday that Democratic policies are causing a nationwide crime wave.
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CDC's Walensky: Recommendations for Masking Have Been 'Crystal Clear'
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Sunday on ABC's "This Week" that their recommendations for masking had been "crystal clear."
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U.S. COVID-19 rule for all international travelers takes effect Monday
CBS News national correspondent Mark Strassman reports on the spread of coronavirus in the U.S. and the new rule that all international travelers entering the country will need to test negative for COVID-19 within 24 hours of departure. Dr. Esther Choo, professor of emergency medicine at Oregon Health and Science University, talks with CBSN's Lana Zak about these and more coronavirus topics.
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Alabama likely without star wide receiver for remainder of the season
Alabama has the top ranking heading into the College Football Playoff but may be without one of their star wide receivers for the entire postseason.
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Boris Johnson Reported to Police for Allegedly Breaking COVID Rules
Boris Johnson has been reported to the police by multiple Labour MPs over accusations he broke his own government's coronavirus regulations.
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Kodi Smit-McPhee walks us through that 'Power of the Dog' ending
We didn't see that 'Power of the Dog' ending coming. Neither did Kodi Smit-McPhee, the actor at its center.
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latimes.com
A timeline of Bob Dole's life: War hero, Republican leader, presidential candidate
Born in 1923 in Russell, Kansas, Dole earned 2 Purple Hearts in WWII. He then focused on lawmaking; his distinguished political career ended in 1996.      
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Stelter's 'non-CNN voices' Cuomo panel includes former CNN staffer, professor who won't say CNN lost trust
Brian Stelter addresses Chris Cuomo firing by inviting a panel of so-called non-CNN voices to discuss
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foxnews.com
The best holiday e-gifts and streaming service presents
Whether you’ve waited until the 11th hour to knock off your holiday shopping or simply want to get someone a gift card more thoughtful than a big box retailer, here are 16 fun gift ideas.
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EXCLUSIVE: 100K Migrant 'Got-Aways' Since October, Says CBP Source
Border Patrol agents estimate more than 100,000 known migrant got-aways since the fiscal year began in October. A source operating under the umbrella of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, speaking on the condition of anonymity, says the agency recorded 47,500 got-a-ways during the month of October. That is followed by an additional 52,000 got-aways in November. The source believes the increase in November means more than 600,000 migrant got-aways will be recorded this fiscal year if the trend continues.
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