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Lewis Hamilton on the US Grand Prix and championing change off the track

In the midst of a thrilling title race, Lewis Hamilton finds himself just six points behind Max Verstappen in the Formula One standings. In a wide-ranging conversation with CNN, Hamilton didn't just discuss the GP, but his love of America, how he overcame adversity growing up in England, and the ways in which he is using his global platform.
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The Director of Hellbound and Train to Busan Wants to Emphasize That Korean Entertainment Didn’t Merely Explode Overnight
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Matthew Stafford’s wife calls out Instagram trolls who can’t get to QB
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'The B***h Who Stole Christmas' Cast on 'Special' Festive Film and Being in RuPaul's Orbit
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New York Dem says we are not 'in a democracy' without abortion access
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Have an All-American Christmas with the Duffys on Fox Nation
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‘Toyboy’ defends his romance with 82-year-old lover: ‘She’s the boss’
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Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi on "The Takeout" — 7/24/2020
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You can still shop these 53 extended Cyber Monday deals now
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Austin high school on lockdown over reports of ‘armed subject’
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Debt collectors can now DM you on social media
Consumer advocates say looser new federal rules could be harmful due to possible privacy violations.
Debt collectors can now send you DMs on social media, but they must comply with certain rules
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Waukesha parade victim, Milwaukee Dancing Granny, 'died doing what she loved,' obituary says
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Texas Congressman Michael McCaul on "The Takeout" — 7/17/2020
Texas Congressman Michael McCaul talks with Major Garrett about campaigning amid the coronavirus pandemic, the presidential election and China's role in the pandemic on this week's episode of "The Takeout."
Revenue From 'Buy Now, Pay Later' Plans Rose 21 Percent on Cyber Monday Compared to 2020
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Trump tested positive for COVID before debate with Biden, former chief of staff says in new book
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Former national security adviser John Bolton and former acting and deputy director of the CIA Michael Morell on "The Takeout" — 7/3/2020
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Four golfers test positive ahead of South African Open
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Celebrate the holidays in the 'Home Alone' house
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NC Lt Gov. confronts Dem lawmaker over LGBTQ 'lynching' floor speech: 'Equating Black people with gay people'
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Bulls, Heat lose draft picks for jumping the gun in free agent talks with Lonzo Ball, Kyle Lowry
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Fourth teen dies in Michigan high school shooting
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Sagrada Familia cathedral now topped with star
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What the AIDS crisis can teach us about the COVID pandemic response
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New Twitter rules, CEO Parag Agrawal signal social media giant still doesn't understand freedom of speech
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey resigned from his post this week and replacement Parag Agrawal was named to the job. Questions immediately circulated over what that would mean for speech on Twitter.
Dow jumps 500 points as stocks recover some Omicron sell-off losses
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Cartoon by Michael Ramirez
An editorial guest cartoon by Michael Ramirez of the Las Vegas Review-Journal
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Fauci says COVID-19 diverted resources from fight against AIDS
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Russia warns U.S.: More diplomats will have to leave next year
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CNN’s Jeff Zucker calls Chris Cuomo suspension ‘appropriate course of action’: report
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A 4th student has died in the Michigan high school shooting
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Capitals goaltender Ilya Samsonov showing flashes of growth amid inconsistencies
Tuesday's loss to Florida was Ilya Samsonov's first regulation defeat of the season.
Capitals goaltender Ilya Samsonov showing flashes of growth amid inconsistencies
Tuesday's loss to Florida was Ilya Samsonov's first regulation defeat of the season.
At least 4 killed in shooting at Michigan high school
At least four teenagers were killed in a school in Oxford, Michigan, on Tuesday. Follow here for the latest.
Yankees need to start spending big when impending lockout ends: Sherman
If there is anything to reiterate from what Steve Cohen is doing, it is that when necessary use the money as a blunt-force object to problem solve.