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Jill Biden boosts group that helps illegal immigrants avoid arrest amid border crisis

First lady Jill Biden touted a private school run by a Democratic donor that has posted tips on how illegal immigrants can avoid arrest while in the U.S.
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A new Tiger Woods video gives hope for a return soon
The PGA Tour Twitter account posted a 23-second video on Wednesday that showed Woods taking two shots, with a golf cart and tipped-over bucket of balls next to him.
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Xbox Series X Restock Update for Amazon, Walmart, GameStop, Target, Best Buy and More
Xbox Series X drops have been especially frequent over the past week, thanks to the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Here is the latest restock update.
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Liberal DC mayor's former spokesman blasts Biden over border crisis: 'We don't have an immigration policy'
Victor Jimenez said the Democratic Party no longer aligns with his values, pointing to immigration, unemployment and the narrative that all Republicans are racist as his reasons for leaving the party.
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Alec Baldwin’s interview following ‘Rust’ shooting ‘was a mistake,’ legal experts say: It 'may backfire'
Several legal experts weighed in on Alec Baldwin's interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos about the "Rust" shooting that resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
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Video of Realistic Humanoid Robot Has the Internet Terrified: 'Oh My God'
The robot can be seen looking around the room and staring at its hands in a demonstration by British robotics firm Engineered Arts.
newsweek.com
Hawaii under blizzard warning as 12 inches of snow and winds up to 100 mph expected
From Friday until Sunday, the Big Island of Hawaii is under a blizzard warning. A foot of snow and winds up to 100 mph are expected.       
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Oklahoma AG sues Biden administration over COVID-19 vaccine mandate for Air National Guard
The lawsuit challenges a federal requirement that would require all members of the Oklahoma National Guard to be vaccinated for COVID-19.       
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The Omicron variant is putting America's coronavirus sequencing efforts to the test
Rows of scientists sit before racks of coronavirus samples inside a laboratory in Henderson, North Carolina, wearing face masks and scrubs. All hours of the day and night, they transfer the samples from tubes to processing plates, searching for answers about the virus behind these Covid-19 cases.
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Allergy sufferers have nearly 40% lower risk of COVID-19 infection, study says
People who suffer from allergic conditions have a lower risk for developing COVID-19, according to a new U.K. study.
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Kirk Cousins has Aaron Rodgers numbers but Vikings need more
No one thinks he’s an MVP candidate and very few people outside of the Minnesota Vikings organization are expecting him to lift his team to any great heights the final few weeks of this season or enter that MVP race because his reputation is almost 180 degrees removed from Aaron Rodgers.
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Florida, North Carolina Latest States Dealing With Spike of Smash-and-Grab Robberies
Florida officials announced a new task force dedicated to combating retail theft, while in North Carolina thieves stole handbags from a retailer this week.
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Sinema Cites Inflation, Corporate Taxes as Red Lines While Schumer Presses for BBB Vote
"I won't support any legislation that increases burdens on Arizona or American businesses," the Democratic senator said.
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Oakland Superintendent Said 'No Discipline Warranted' for Student Before Mass Shooting
"No discipline was warranted. There are no discipline records at the high school," said Oakland Community Schools' superintendent Tim Throne.
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Woman Shares 'Amazing' Hacks for Stopping Avocados Turning Brown
A mom-of-two has gone viral online with her clever and easy-to-follow hacks that keep avocados greener for longer.
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Olympic bobsled star Kaillie Humphries becomes US citizen ahead of Beijing Games
Kaillie Humphries will be on the brink of history when she participates in the bobsled event at the 2022 Beijing Olympics in February.
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U.S. could be unable to pay its bills in weeks as debt limit approaches
The Bipartisan Policy Center updated its "X date" projections to fall between December 21 and January 28, 2022.
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Dozens of Dogs Kept in 'Inhumane Conditions' Seized From Illegal Puppy Farm
"Most of the adult dogs were completely covered from head to toe in excrement," an animal welfare charity involved with the operation said.
newsweek.com
LA police blast liberal 'zero bail' policy amid rash of looting: 'Christmas every day for criminals'
A Los Angeles Police Department detective said Friday that Californians were sold a "bag of goods" on bail reform as thefts surge in cities across the state.
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Billie Eilish shocks fans with new brunette hair
The pop star, 19, shocked fans by ditching her platinum blond bob for a dramatically darker style on Thursday.
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Kim Potter trial: Jury nearly set in case of Daunte Wright's shooting death
A jury is nearly set in the trial of Kim Potter, a suburban Minneapolis police officer charged in Daunte Wright’s shooting death, as only two alternates must be chosen before opening statements can begin next week.
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Norway’s wonky Christmas tree gift to England hilariously mocked on social media
Reuters photographs show the tree has some broken branches. One side appears to have less growth than the other, though it was unclear when the damage was done.
nypost.com
Billie Eilish changes her hair again: See the star's blonde to brunette transformation
Billie Eilish has revealed new tresses to fans again and is showing off her new brunette locks in a recent Instagram post.       
usatoday.com
‘The Power of the Dog’ Is A Rare Empathetic Study of Toxic Masculinity
No one writes lonely men like Jane Campion.
nypost.com
Copycat threats after Oxford High shooting cause dozens of Michigan schools to close
Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said at least 100 threats or threatening social media posts have emerged since Tuesday’s shooting in Oxford, Mich., straining law enforcement resources.
washingtonpost.com
The U.S. has added nearly 1 million more jobs in 2021 than initially reported
The November jobs numbers come in lower than expected … for now.
washingtonpost.com
This week on "Sunday Morning" (December 5)
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
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Adrian Peterson is latest NFL player to have dad whine publicly
Earlier this week, Nelson said he's "disappointed" that the Vikings didn't reach out to Peterson for a reunion when Dalvin Cook suffered a shoulder injury Sunday in a loss to the 49ers.
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Big carmakers show they too can gain from the electric car shake-up
Startup automakers, like Lucid and Rivian, often make the point that, as Tesla has shown, electric car shoppers are open to trying new brands. What's true for startups, though, is also true for big automakers like Ford, General Motors and Volkswagen.
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Sylvester Stallone Excites QAnon by Wearing Q Hat, 'Into the Storm' Remark
The actor posted an image of himself on a plane with a caption believed to be a nod to the radical conspiracy.
newsweek.com
'Hannity' on supply chain crisis, Alec Baldwin 'Rust' shooting
Guests: Mike Pompeo, Mike Huckabee, Gregg Jarrett, Donald Trump Jr., Kellyanne Conway, Bryan Carpenter
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What it's like to hitch a ride with Prince Charles
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MMA Factory Paris: An inside look
Take an inside look at the new MMA Factory Paris facility, training home of upcoming UFC title challenger Ciryl Gane. (Photos courtesy of MMA Factory Paris)       Related StoriesUFC Fight Night 198: Best photos from Las VegasPhotos: Bellator 272 ceremonial weigh-ins and faceoffsPhotos: Felicia Spencer through the years 
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92-year-old UK woman died from under-cooked shepherd’s pie
John Croucher said he "was rushed" when he failed to properly cook the meat in the traditional British dish served to 35 congregants at a Northamptonshire village event in 2018.
nypost.com
Joshua Bassett shades ex-girlfriend Olivia Rodrigo in savage new songs
He's calling out the "Driver's License" diva for "messing with my life as a career move" on a trio of tunes dropped overnight.
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Abrams defends lack of concession after 2018 gubernatorial loss
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams defended herself from criticism that she never conceded her loss to Gov. Brian Kemp in 2018 on Friday, addressing what Republicans have already used against her in her newly announced 2022 rematch against Kemp.
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'Jeopardy!' Champ Amy Schneider Says GOP Will Work To Make Her Life 'Harder'
Transgender woman Amy Schneider weighed in on the Ohio Senate race after receiving praise for her "Jeopardy!" success from Rep. Tim Ryan.
newsweek.com
Gang member reportedly stabs Columbia University student, 30, to death
A 30-year-old Columbia University student was stabbed to death on Thursday evening, according to New York City authorities.
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‘It’s Always Sunny’s Cast Wanted to Address Their Blackface Controversy “In a Responsible Fashion”
"We realized that we should address this in some way," Rob McElhenney said.
nypost.com
Prosecutor considers charging parents of Michigan school shooting suspect: What we know
A Michigan prosecutor is set to hold a news conference Friday to provide an update on the Oxford High School shooting case.       
usatoday.com
What it's like to hitch a ride with Prince Charles
We were invited to join the heir to the throne's flight to Bridgetown, Barbados to cover the celebrations marking the Queen's removal as the island's head of state.
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Inflation, supply chain, wages: Rising threats loom over small businesses
California's small businesses waded through COVID to a rebound in consumer spending, only to face rising costs for supplies and wages.
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Stacey Abrams claims she didn't 'challenge' 2018 Georgia gubernatorial election results
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said Thursday that she didn't challenge the results of the 2018 Georgia governor's race following her loss to current Republican Brian Kemp.
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Hawaii Blizzard Warning Leaves Meteorologists Dumbfounded: 'Wow!'
Weather forecasters expect up to 12 inches of snowfall alongside wind gusts of over 100 mph.
newsweek.com
International Space Station swerves to dodge space junk
Calls to monitor and regulate space debris, or space junk, have grown since Russia conducted an anti-satellite missile test last month. This generated a debris field in orbit that U.S. officials said would pose a hazard to space activities for years.
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Pearl Harbor families are alarmed about petroleum found in their tap water
The Navy's water system somehow became contaminated by petroleum, and the problems have afflicted one of the most important Navy bases in the world.
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Duggar trial focusing on computer where child porn was found
Testimony is continuing in the federal trial for former reality TV star Josh Duggar, who is charged with downloading and possessing child pornography
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Hulu Removes ‘Astroworld: The Concert From Hell’ News Special After Online Backlash
Some Hulu subscribers mistakenly believed that the investigation special was produced by Hulu, rather than a local news station.
nypost.com
How 'Money Heist' Volume 5 Part 2 Leaves The Door Open for Season 6
The Spanish crime drama came to an end on Friday, December 3 but the way in which it concludes the story allows for the possibility of more to come.
newsweek.com