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Gabby Petito's Utah hotel, where she was last seen, was 2 blocks from FBI field office: report

Missing woman Gabby Petito was just two blocks away from Salt Lake City’s FBI office last month when she was last seen in public at a hotel near the airport, according to reports. 
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Video shows broad-daylight shootout near Bronx elementary school
The clip shows two groups of men at the corner of East 150th Street and Cedar Lane in Mott Haven, just around the corner from the Boys Prep Bronx Elementary School.
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High School Student Injures Teacher in 'Aggressive' Classroom Attack—Officials
Fort Bend school district officials said the student ""engaged in aggressive behavior and injured a teacher."
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Stephen Breyer Says Clarence Thomas Asking More Questions Is a 'Plus for Everybody'
The liberal justice again defended the Supreme Court against claims that it makes decisions based on political motivations.
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Mortgage rates rise amid growing concerns about inflation
Home prices also rose more than 13 percent during the past year.
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Ex-Minneapolis police officer sentenced to 57 months in the killing of a 911 caller
Mohamed Noor, who fatally shot an unarmed woman after she called 911 to report a possible rape behind her home, was sentenced on a lesser charge after his murder conviction was overturned.
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Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor resentenced to 4 years and 9 months in prison for fatal 2017 shooting
The former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot a woman while responding to her 911 call in 2017 was resentenced Thursday to 4 years and 9 months in prison on a second-degree manslaughter charge after Minnesota's highest court threw out his third-degree murder conviction last month.
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Health problems tied to global warming are getting grimmer
The annual reports commissioned by the medical journal Lancet tracked 44 global health indicators connected to climate change, including heat deaths, infectious diseases and hunger.
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Do not forget these courageous fighters in Russia
The Memorial organization is threatened as Alexei Navalny languishes in prison.
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Sinema’s attack on Biden’s tax plan may be great news for the 1 percent
How Democrats may end up squandering a big opportunity for lasting change.
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Local Matters: Virginia governor's race currently tied, poll says
A new Monmouth University poll shows the Virginia gubernatorial race is tied. Republican Glenn Youngkin has closed the gap with former governor Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat. Zach Montellaro, state politics reporter for Politico, joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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5 things to watch for CNN's Biden town hall in Baltimore
President Joe Biden on Thursday is expected to face questions about his legislative agenda and his handling of key issues during his first year in office when he participates in a CNN town hall in Baltimore.
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TIME’s NFT Community Initiative, TIMEPieces, Announces its First-Ever Artist-in-Residence Program; Inaugural recipient is 12-Year Old Digital Artist and Creator of the “Long Neckie” Collection, Nyla Hayes
Today, TIMEPieces, a recently launched web3 community initiative from TIME, announced that 12-year old NFT digital artist Nyla Hayes would serve as its first-ever “Artist-in-Residence.” Nyla Hayes is the creator of the Long Neckie Collection, which features diverse women with elongated necks inspired by her favorite dinosaur, the Brontosaurus. She is the founder of NFT…
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Port of Long Beach executive director talks supply chain efforts
President Joe Biden announced plan to address supply chain bottlenecks by expanding round-the-clock operations at key West Coast ports. Executive Director of the Port of Long Beach Mario Cordero joins Lana Zak on CBSN to discuss how the move could help ease the major backlog.
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Chicago officer accidentally fires his handgun, wounding two other officers
An officer accidentally fired his handgun during a struggle while police were making arrests in suburban Chicago, wounding two other officers, authorities said.
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NBC's 'Premier League Mornings Live' will be live at Coliseum this weekend
Soccer fans can attend a live show of NBC's "Premier League Mornings Live" at the Coliseum on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
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The Joe Manchin party-switch question
Regardless of how real the possibility is, it reinforces Manchin's leverage in his relationship with his party — whether Democrats want to acknowledge that or not.
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Nevada Gov. candidate shoots ‘CRT,’ ‘vaccine mandate’ beer bottles in campaign video
Michele Fiore has released a campaign video of her shooting down beer bottles with “critical race theory” and “vaccine mandates” scrawled across them.
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A break-up, an idol and work-life balance. How Mia Hansen-Løve found 'Bergman Island'
Critically hailed French filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve makes her English-language debut with 'Bergman Island,' featuring Vicky Krieps and Mia Wasikowska.
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What Time Will ‘Canada’s Drag Race’ Season 2 Episode 2 Premiere?
Bring it to the runway, Canada.
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Are you using the right credit card when ordering food for delivery?
With everything from cash back to monthly dining credits, these are the best credit cards to use when ordering food for delivery from your favorite restaurants to the comfort of your own home.
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Carrie Lukas: I'm a Virginia mom and I don't trust my local public school
When I moved to Virginia, public school quality was top of mind. I wanted schools that would give my kids a quality education, a supportive environment, and a positive community. As a busy, working parent, I needed schools I could trust.
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Virginia QB Brennan Armstrong is putting up video game numbers this season
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Adorable Video of Baby Dancing Along to Dad's Piano Playing Viewed 5M Times
Gus the baby's enthusiastic reaction prompted one fan to declare it was the "best thing I've ever seen."
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Extreme atmospheric rivers to bombard California with beneficial precipitation
Multiple rounds of rain and snow will bring drought relief but also the risk of mudslides and debris flows
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Unvaccinated Oregon workers who had covid-19 argued they don’t need a vaccine. A judge denied their request.
The judge wrote, “Whatever hardships Plaintiffs face in choosing between accepting vaccination or leaving their employment are substantially outweighed by the interests and needs of the State of Oregon and her people.”
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Moscow is going back into lockdown as Covid-19 deaths multiply in Russia
Moscow will impose a 10-day lockdown from next week in an effort to curb soaring Covid-19 cases, the city's mayor has said, as Russia endures its worst-ever phase of the pandemic.
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California Town Charging Nearly $8 a Gallon For Gas as Prices Hit 7-Year-High Across U.S.
The town of Gorda is seeing sky-high gas prices as the cost of gasoline is surging around the U.S., with the national average at around $3.30 per gallon
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Outrage As Teacher Mocks Native American Dance Wearing Feather Headdress: 'Disrespectful'
A Native American high school student filmed his teacher appearing to mock his culture, explaining he felt "that violence was being committed against him."
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Fisher-Price toy telephone gets upgrade and can now make and receive real calls
Fisher-Price announced its classic Chatter toy phone has been updated to make and accept real phone calls.      
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James Gandolfini had a 'tantrum' over raunchy 'Sopranos' scene
James Gandolfini wasn’t jerking around on the set of “The Sopranos.”
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Two teen passengers killed, driver hurt in Long Island crash, cops say
Two unidentified passengers inside the BMW -- a 19-year-old male and 17-year-old female -- suffered severe trauma and were pronounced dead on scene.
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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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Shocked NYC fishermen are catching ‘monster’ 600-pound tunas
In an unprecedented phenomenon, trophy Atlantic bluefin tuna have been swimming inshore, off NYC, prompting hundreds of anglers to venture out for a shot at blue gold.
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Red Sox fans chant ‘F–k Joe Biden’ after loss to Astros
Red Sox fans turned their ire toward Joe Biden after Wednesday's loss to the Astros.
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Eddie George disappointed in Tennessee State home crowds: We're playing 'in front of nobody'
Football coach Eddie George is disappointed in Tennessee State's average home attendance, the worst in the OVC, ranking 122nd out of 129 FCS teams.       
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Myles Garrett held players-only meeting to help Browns defense get back on track
Myles Garrett sent a message to his Browns teammates this week. "We'll see Thursday if everybody received it," Malik Jackson said.       
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Mitch McConnell: 'Americans didn't sign up for Bernie Sanders' socialist vision'
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell joined “America’s Newsroom” Thursday, suggesting Americans would be 'better off' if Democrats' 'reckless' tax and spending package never passed.
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Marine Corps vet disarms gun-wielding robbery suspect at Arizona gas station, video shows
A U.S. Marine Corps veteran who foiled an attempted robbery at a gas station in Yuma County, Arizona, on Wednesday told deputies that the Marine Corps "taught me not to [mess] around.”
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Amazon Prime has its own personal shopper service
Get personal style recommendations on items like clothes, shoes, and more with Amazon Personal Shopper.      
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Atlanta police sending four-decade-old ‘deteriorated DNA’ from child murders to private lab
The Atlanta Police Department is sending "deteriorated DNA" from the Atlanta Child Murders that happened four decades ago to a private lab in Salt Lake City with the hope of identifying a suspect in the slayings.
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Concerns Mount Some Unemployed Have Stopped Looking for Work as Job Postings Hold Steady
Labor Department data shows that hiring has slowed in the past two months while the number of available jobs are at near-record levels.
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Why switching parties would be idiotic for Joe Manchin
A report on Wednesday suggested that West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin told associates that he "is considering leaving the Democratic Party if President Joe Biden and Democrats on Capitol Hill do not agree to his demand to cut the size of the social infrastructure bill from $3.5 trillion to $1.75 trillion."
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Tesla’s Normcore Earnings Meet an Abnormal Stock
Boring calls are standard for traditional automakers, but then Tesla isn’t priced like a traditional automaker.
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Calif. Gov. Newsom signs executive order to combat supply chain crisis
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order directing multiple state agencies to identify different solutions to alleviate the supply chain crisis.
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South Korea launches space rocket
South Korea's first domestically produced space rocket reached its desired altitude on Thursday but failed to deliver a dummy payload into orbit in its first test launch. (Oct. 21)      
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Brian Laundrie search: Attention shifts to parents after human remains found
With human remains found alongside Brian Laundrie's backpack and notebook in the Myakkahatchee park, attention shifts to his parents following Gabby Petito's homicide and their son's disappearance.
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Mount Holyoke College prof jailed for beating, torturing colleague she ‘loved’
Rie Hachiyanagi, an arts professor at Mount Holyoke College, was sentenced to 10 to 12 years in prison on Wednesday over the 2019 attack on fellow professor Lauret Savoy,
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Company Offering $51 Ticket for 5-Hour Bus Tour to Get Some Sleep, First Trip Sells Out
The "Sleeping Bus Tour" lulls riders to sleep who often can only sleep on their commute to work.
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