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Gas jumps 20 cents a gallon in a month

U.S. drivers paid an average of more than $3.36 per gallon Monday, according to one price tracker.
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Alec Baldwin Says ‘Someone is Responsible’ for the Rust Shooting, But ‘Not Me’
The actor told ABC he feels sadness over the shooting on set that killed a cinematographer, but not guilt
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CBS Evening News, December 2, 2021
Biden launches plan to combat Omicron variant; Brené Brown on her new book, a deep-dive into our emotions
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Minus Giannis, Bucks lose to Toronto, ending win streak at 8
Fred VanVleet scored 29 points, Pascal Siakam had 20 and the Toronto Raptors took advantage of Giannis Antetokounmpo’s absence to beat Milwaukee 97-93 Thursday night, ending the Bucks’ winning streak at eight.
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What we know about the Michigan school shooting victims
The four victims killed in a Michigan school shooting included athletes and artists looking forward to the future.
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Makar, Avalanche bounce back, beat Canadiens 4-1
Cale Makar scored to put Colorado ahead to stay late in the second period, Valeri Nichushkin had a goal and an assist, and the Avalanche beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-1 on Thursday night.
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NYC Mayor de Blasio Extends Vaccine Mandate To Include Staff at Private, Religious Schools
While questions remain about how the mandate will be enforced at private schools, about 56,000 employees will have to prove at least one dose by Dec. 20.
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60 Michigan Schools Close Following Oxford Copycat Threats
"It's overrunning our resources to investigate these false threats," said the Oakland County sheriff.
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Bidens help light National Christmas Tree
This was the 99th National Christmas Tree Lighting.
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WTA says Peng Shuai's email is '100% orchestrated'
Between censorship and staged photos, a new email is not enough to ease concerns for Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai. CNN's Will Ripley reports.
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Cadets' racist attacks push out JROTC instructor
Junior ROTC instructor Cardelle Anthony Hopkins said little was done after he discovered social media posts that included racist comments about him by some of his cadets at Lake Brantley High School in Florida. (Dec. 3)      
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LeBron James: 'Zero sense' for high school basketball players to have masks under chins
LeBron James is arguably one of the top three basketball players of all time and has one of the smartest basketball IQs of anyone who has ever stepped onto the floor.
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Rams' Jalen Ramsey is grateful for corner of his NFL life with Jacksonville
Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who will face his former team for the first time, says he is grateful for the time he spent growing with the Jaguars.
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Capitals stymied at home by Blackhawks in shootout
The Capitals, trying to rebound from the debacle in Florida, can't take advantage of their chances and loss 3-2.
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Capitals stymied at home by Blackhawks in shootout
The Capitals, trying to rebound from the debacle in Florida, can't take advantage of their chances and loss 3-2.
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Regulators in US, UK, EU All Alarmed By Chip Maker Nvidia's $40B Deal to Buy Chip Designer
The Federal Trade Commission claimed that the deal would give Nvidia control over technology that other companies need to manufacture their own chips.
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St. John’s has chance to ease any doubts in Kansas showdown
Friday's matchup with No. 8 Kansas could be a breakout performance that could set the tone for the rest of St. John's season.
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Biden outlines new COVID strategy as Omicron variant hits U.S.
President Biden has unveiled a new strategy to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. The measures are designed to help slow the spread of the Omicron variant, which has now been confirmed in the U.S. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joins CBSN's Lana Zak to analyze the president's plan.
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Trump-era "Remain in Mexico" policy to be reinstated as early as next week
As early as next week, the Biden administration will be responsible for enforcing a Trump-era policy that requires asylum-seekers wait outside the U.S. for their court appearances. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the program, as well as new data that shows only a small percentage of migrants are being offered COVID-19 vaccinations while in U.S. custody.
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Grizzlies top Thunder in record-setting blowout
The score between the Memphis Grizzlies and Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night was one basketball fans usually see between NCAA Division I schools and Division III schools or even at the high school level – but rarely ever in the pros.
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Waukesha parade aftermath: Jackson Sparks, 8, remembered at memorial service for his love of baseball
Hundreds of people in Waukesha, Wisconsin, paid their respects Thursday night to 8-year-old Jackson Sparks at a memorial service nearly two weeks after the city's Christmas parade tragedy left the third-grader and five others dead and 62 others injured.
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Bond with Brian Flores helped Joe Judge bring Patrick Graham to Giants
Patrick Graham is the opposite of all the snowbirds who can’t wait to flee New York for sunny Florida. 
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Grizzlies rout Thunder by NBA-record 73 points
The Memphis Grizzlies broke the NBA record for margin of victory on Thursday night in a beatdown of the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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Grizzlies rout Thunder by 73 points to set NBA record for largest margin of victory
The Grizzlies pounced early and poured it on like no other team in NBA history for a 152-79 win and record 73-point margin of victory.       
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Reeling Islanders suffer tough overtime loss to Sharks
The Islanders are still searching for their first win at UBS Arena.
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Best of NFL Week 13
Take a look at the best images from Week 13 of the 2021 NFL season.       
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Knicks’ comeback falls short in loss to Bulls as referee woes continue
Erasing its 5-1 start to the season, Tom Thibodeau’s team is tied with the idle Sixers for the 10th and final playoff position in the Eastern Conference. 
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U.S. Senate passes stopgap govt. funding bill
The Senate passed a stopgap spending bill Thursday that avoids a short-term shutdown and funds the federal government through Feb. 18 after leaders defused a partisan standoff over federal vaccine mandates. (Dec. 3)      
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Victor Davis Hanson: Fauci is acting like a 'monarch' with 'legislative, judicial and executive power'
Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Victor Davis Hanson criticized Dr. Fauci on Thursday for acting more like a “monarch" than the president, as Biden recently suggested.
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UPS Lays Off 100s of Workers in Biden’s Hometown Scranton 
UPS is laying off hundreds of workers in Atlanta, GA, Chicago, IL, Louisville, KY, and President Joe Biden’s hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania.
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Norris scores late, Senators beat Canes for NHL-low 5th win
Alex Formenton scored twice and Josh Norris broke a tie 19 seconds after the Ottawa Senators lost the lead in their 3-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night.
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LAPD announces 14 arrests in connection with recent smash-and-grab robberies
Mayor Eric Garcetti and Police Chief Michel Moore said none of the 14 suspects remains in custody, pointing to zero-bail policies put in place because of the pandemic.
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Oregon university student government wants critical race theory graduation 'requirement'
The Associated Students of the University of Oregon, the university's student government, is proposing that every student should be required to take a course on critical race theory in order to graduate.
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Hedman has 2 goals, 1 assist as Lightning beat Blues 4-2
Victor Hedman had two goals and an assist, and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the St. Louis Blues 4-2 on Thursday night.
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Intoxicated Sheriff Who Damaged 2 Boats When Trying to Dock Sentenced to Home Confinement
David Rhodes, Sheriff of Yavapai County, pleaded guilty and received a year of probation along with fines, two days of home confinement and other penalties.
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Senate passes stopgap bill to avert government shutdown
Congress averted a government shutdown Thursday evening when both chambers voted to pass a stopgap bill to extend funding through mid-February after party leaders brokered a deal to overcome GOP brinkmanship over vaccine mandates. CNN's Lauren Fox reports.
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Alec Baldwin, Stephanopoulos Interview Gets Massive Backlash: 'Disgusting,' 'A Money Making Ratings Grab'
News of Alec Baldwin's interview with George Stephanopoulos did not get the warm welcome he had hoped for as people denounced it.
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Nevada police identify victim of 41-year-old cold case homicide using genealogy and DNA testing
The victim of the 1980 cold case was identified as Tammy Terrell.
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No. 2 NC State women pull away late to beat No. 6 Indiana
Reserve Diamond Johnson scored 19 points, and No. 2 N.C. State used an 11-2 run late in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 66-58 win over No. 6 Indiana on Thursday night.
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Jets’ Denzel Mims expected to get another extended look
Injury and illness have created a need for the Jets at wide receiver, and Denzel Mims looks like he will get a chance to fill that void.
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Senate Passes Stop-Gap Funding Through February
The Senate passed a stop-gap funding bill on Thursday night, averting a government shutdown.
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Alec Baldwin: If I Felt I Was Responsible for 'Rust' Shooting, 'I Might Have Killed Myself' But I'm Not - I'll Make Another Movie in January
During an interview with ABC aired on Thursday, Alec Baldwin said that he isn’t responsible for the shooting on the set of “Rust,” he might have committed suicide if he thought he was responsible, and that while he is going
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Alec Baldwin describes "Rust" shooting in emotional interview
"Someone is responsible for what happened and I can't say who that is, but I know it's not me," Baldwin said.
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Millions in Overtime Pay to Handle The Pandemic Tops List of COVID Costs in Connecticut
So far, the state's 169 municipalities reported a total of about $41.6 million spent toward COVID-related expenses from July 1, 2020, to Sept. 30, 2021.
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Aziz Ansari engaged to Danish scientist Serena Skov Campbell
The comedian revealed the happy news during a surprise set at the Comedy Cellar on Wednesday night in New York City, spies told Page Six.
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Michigan student, 17, brought gun to school not far from deadly mass shooting day earlier, police say
A Detroit-area teenager was arrested for bringing a handgun inside a school, authorities said Thursday, a day after a student at another high school several miles away killed four students and wounded several others in a deadly shooting.
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As New York COVID Cases Surge to Highest Mark Since April, Governor Says Omicron Has Arrived
"This is not cause for alarm," the governor said. "We knew this variant was coming and we have the tools to stop the spread."
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Injured Nebraska guard joins on-court skirmish riding a scooter
Nebraska guard Trey McGowens, who is recovering from a broken foot, was ready to help his teammates out when the benches cleared during a men’s basketball game against North Carolina State on Wednesday.
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WTA suspends events in China over player
The Women's Tennis Association suspends events in China over concerns for a Chinese player who alleged sexual coercion by a Chinese official.
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