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Long Island cops investigating second French bulldog dognapping
A French bulldog was snatched from a Long Island home -- the second time Suffolk County crooks stole a dog of that breed since Thanksgiving.
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Beverly Hills police say they're investigating anti-Semitic flyers distributed one night before the beginning of Hanukkah
Police in Beverly Hills, California, have launched an investigation after residents received anti-Jewish hate speech flyers ahead of the first night of Hanukkah, the department said Sunday.
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Snowstorm strands 61 in pub for third night, ‘plenty of beer available’
About 61 people were stranded for days at a pub in England after a massive snowstorm
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British pubgoers trapped in bar with Oasis cover band amid blizzard
British fans of an Oasis tribute band spent the weekend confined to a remote Yorkshire pub with the group when a mountain of snow trapped them all in the bar. Fans of Noasis had gathered at the Tan Hill Inn Friday night to hear renditions of their favorite rock songs when piles of snow up...
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Opinion: Ravens and Browns each entered season with great expectations, only one is on track thanks to ability to win ugly
Sunday served as another reminder of the differences between the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns.       
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"Sunday Morning" special: "Forever Young: Searching for the Fountain of Youth"
"Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley hosts this one-hour primetime special exploring the wonders, rewards and challenges of growing older, including reports on promising cutting-edge research into drugs and therapies that might slow, or even reverse, aging itself. Also: A visit to a village on Sardinia, which has one of the highest concentrations of centenarians in the world; interviews with Hollywood legends Candice Bergen and Billy Crystal, talking about their secrets to long careers in youth-centric Hollywood; examining the longevity gap between women and men; studying long-lived animals for clues that can help humans adapt to aging; creating ways to live forever (virtually) through avatars and artificial intelligence; and a look at how some people, legally dead, are being kept frozen until scientists in the future can possibly revive them.
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China extols isolation as countries rush to impose Omicron travel bans
As countries around the world scramble to impose travel bans to stem the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant, China remains outwardly calm -- at least for now.
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Leftist claims victory in Honduran vote, setting up a showdown with National Party
The leftist opposition candidate claimed victory in Sunday's presidential election, while the National Party also said its candidate had won. Complete results may not be known for days.
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Global markets brace for a nervous week ahead over Omicron concerns
Global markets were muted on Monday as investors continued to digest news about a new Covid-19 variant. US futures, including Dow futures, pointed up, while oil prices rose.
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Merriam-Webster chooses vaccine as the 2021 word of the year
With an expanded definition to reflect the times, Merriam-Webster has declared an omnipresent truth as its 2021 word of the year: vaccine.
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China’s use of refueling aircraft during recent Taiwan sortie raises concern
China’s unusual decision to deploy a Y-20 aerial refueling aircraft during Sunday’s foray into Taiwan’s air defense buffer zone may be indicative of the country’s ambition to extend its military reach and capabilities in the region, according to a report.
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Chris Myarick’s unlikely first NFL catches prove decisive for Giants
Chris Myarick is about to discover who his true friends are and who are true Eagles fans. 
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Interfaith love a risk as India nationalism surges
Arbaz Mullah's love story began, as romances often do, when he first laid eyes on the woman of his dreams, Shweta Kumbhar. The romance so angered relatives of Kumbhar, a Hindu, that they allegedly hired members of a hardline Hindu nationalist group to kill the 24-year-old Mullah, who was Muslim. (Nov. 29)      
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1 dead after gunmen open fire on car in Newark with teenagers inside
Men in another vehicle fired shots and killed 17-year-old Djiba Kaba and injured three others, acting Essex County prosecutors said in a statement.
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What to know about omicron     
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U.S. will miss electric-vehicle targets without big investments in semiconductor manufacturing, commerce secretary warns
The Biden administration wants half of all new vehicles sold in 2030 to be zero-emissions vehicles, including electric, plug-in hybrid or fuel cell electric vehicles.
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Photos: Christmas returns to Hollywood
The Hollywood Christmas Parade returned for the first time since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing marching bands, floats, balloons and celebrities including Danny Trejo and Tom Arnold to a 3.2-mile route in Hollywood.
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Evan Fournier looking forward to first glimpse of Knicks-Nets rivalry
The Knicks starting backcourt of Evan Fournier and Kemba Walker has played the Nets more recently than their Knicks teammates. 
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What to watch on Monday: ‘The Black Pack: We Three Kings’ on CW
Monday, Nov. 29, 2021 | “Copy That!” on YouTube.
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DeAndre’ Bembry becoming Nets’ bargain as fill-in starter
Over his last two games, Bembry averaged 13.5 and 9.5 boards, totaling 13 of 18 from the floor and a plus-24.
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Ghislaine Maxwell's sex-trafficking trial begins Monday. Prosecutors allege she created a network of underage victims for the late Jeffrey Epstein
The public will get a glimpse into the life of the late Jeffrey Epstein as the sex-trafficking trial of his longtime companion Ghislaine Maxwell gets underway.
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Tom Ford 'often laughed out loud' watching 'House of Gucci,' criticizes some 'absolute hams'
Designer and filmmaker Tom Ford's new essay criticizes the "House of Gucci" drama and some of scenery-chewing performances. But he praises Lady Gaga.       
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Japan suspends arrivals of all foreign nationals over Omicron Covid variant
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Former defense secretary Mark Esper sues government for blocking unclassified materials from his memoir
Mark Esper accused the Pentagon of restricting him from using unclassified materials for his book about his experience with Donald Trump.
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Jets’ Austin Walter has prayers answered: ‘Wasn’t going to be denied’
A 3-8 team headed for an 11th consecutive year without a playoff appearance — as the Jets are — needs a feel-good story every once in awhile to numb the negativity.
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Couple with COVID-19 leave quarantine, arrested trying to flee country, Dutch police say
A married couple who tested positive for COVID-19 left their hotel quarantine and were arrested in an “airplane that was about to” leave the country, Dutch military police said, according to a report.
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Opinion: Packers' addition of cornerback Rasul Douglas again pays huge dividends
Rsaul Douglas, an NFL castoff, has won more games for the Packers than Odell Beckham Jr. has won for anyone this season.       
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Lakers overcome meltdown vs. Pistons in yet another tense performance
The star-filled Lakers shouldn't be struggling to beat teams like the Detroit Pistons, and their recent performances hint big changes could be coming.
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New Rams quarterback but same bad Lambeau luck as Packers hand them third loss in row
The Rams were beaten soundly by the Packers in Green Bay and suffered a third consecutive loss for only the second time in the Sean McVay era. Matthew Stafford's interception problems continue.
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Cyber Monday PS5 restock: Check the status at Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Gamestop, Amazon and more
Looking to buy a PS5? Here's a handy guide for tracking restocks at Target, Best Buy, Gamestop, Amazon and more.
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DOJ prosecutors push back against Bannon for wanting to publicize evidence against him
Prosecutors in the case against former President Donald Trump's ex-adviser Steve Bannon have accused him of attempting to try his criminal case through the media instead of in court, saying his tactics could affect witnesses against him, according to a new filing in DC District Court.
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Older and … wiser?
Wisdom may be gained with age but, researchers say, you have to pursue it. Correspondent Susan Spencer looks at what accounts for the accumulation of wisdom, which can represent a freedom and creativity unknown to our younger selves.
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Giants’ offense continues to sputter under Freddie Kitchens
The Giants actually scored fewer points after an offensive coordinator change. But winning really does hide a lot of flaws.
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Biden moves to reassure weary Americans as fears rise about new Covid variant
President Joe Biden's attempts to limit the spread of the new Omicron Covid-19 variant begins on Monday with new US restrictions on travel from South Africa and seven other countries taking effect, as his administration seeks to assure Americans that they are moving swiftly to try to contain the threat.
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Solving the puzzle of female longevity
In nearly every country in the world, women outlive men. Correspondent Nancy Giles talks with researchers trying to understand why there is a longevity gap, answers to which could ultimately help us all.
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New Covid-19 variant Omicron cases, travel updates from around the world
The US, European Union, Japan and other major destinations have moved to block flights from African countries following the discovery of a newly identified coronavirus variant Omicron. Follow for the latest news updates.
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Billy Crystal now acting his age
Seems that comedian Billy Crystal has always enjoyed playing old, like in 1987's "The Princess Bride." Actually getting old? Not so much. But it will be less of a stretch for the now-73-year-old to play an aging comic in the upcoming Broadway musical, "Mr. Saturday Night." Correspondent Tracy Smith finds out how Crystal stays so youthful.
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Carolyn Hax: Move in with a boyfriend who vapes and has ‘no motivation to quit’?
A letter writer doesn’t want their boyfriend vaping around them constantly when they move in together. Is there a way to compromise?
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Ask Amy: I was ready to move to another continent for my relationship before she dumped me
Reader fell in love with a woman from New Zealand before the pandemic. He was ready to move before she dumped him.
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Hints From Heloise: Are we becoming too entitled?
Reader wonders whether people are developing too much of an “entitlement mentality.”
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Miss Manners: My partner’s daughter took all the best Thanksgiving leftovers
Reader is livid that her partner’s daughter helped herself to most of the Thanksgiving leftovers.
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Jets use three-man backfield to pound Texans without Michael Carter
It wasn’t next man up — it was next men up. 
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Home Depot employee dies after being trapped beneath forklift
A Home Depot employee in Virginia was killed after he became trapped beneath a forklift while working, according to local officials.
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The mountainous talent of Stephen Sondheim
Gene Seymour writes that Stephen Sondheim began his career writing a modern take on Shakespeare. In his death, he may be one of Shakespear's only peers. Sondheim leaves behind him a body of work that will be analyzed and beloved for generations to come.
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Ravens overcome Jackson's 4 INTs, beat Browns 16-10
Lamar Jackson provided one brilliant highlight during an otherwise subpar performance and his 13-yard touchdown pass to Mark Andrews in the third quarter was enough to lift the Baltimore Ravens to a 16-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday night.
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'Use this technology to monitor the progression': How space tech can help the world fight the pandemic
Could technology developed for space help us battle the pandemic? The answer is yes, according to an article published in Nature Medicine.     
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Cryonics: Chilling into the future
In an Arizona laboratory, the bodies of nearly 200 people, and 90 pets, are being stored in liquid nitrogen, to be kept frozen until scientists in the future can possibly revive them. Correspondent Luke Burbank visits the Alcor Corporation, where some very patient patients are being held for an uncertain future, and talks with a neuroethicist about the lethal and moral propriety of cryonics.
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Jews around the world celebrate first night of Hanukkah: 'May the light pierce all the darkness in the world'
Jews around the world gathered Sunday night to mark the first of eight nights of Hanukkah.
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