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Man Dies After Being Hit With Brick Thrown by Monkey

The monkey reportedly threw the brick from the second floor of someone's home.
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Volcano erupts in Indonesia, killing one and injuring dozens
Mount Semeru's eruption left several villages blanketed with falling ash.
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Homeless suspect arrested for attempted rape in Queens
The alleged assailant, Tyrone Brown, tackled the woman, put his hand under her skirt, pulled the victim's tights down and attempted to rape her, authorities said.
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'Those are your guys': CNN reporter presses Richard Spencer on Charlottesville
CNN correspondent Elle Reeve returns to the scene of the deadly and violent "Unite the Right" white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and talks to defendants in a federal civil suit, including Richard Spencer, about their roles that weekend. Watch "CNN Special Report: White Power on Trial: Return to Charlottesville" Sunday, December 5th at 9pm ET on CNN.
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Washington State vs. USC prediction: Go with the underdog
Washington State, a 1.5-point underdog, will cover against USC on Saturday afternoon.
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Princess Charlene and Princess Grace’s shared tragic Monaco ‘misery’
Real-life princesses don’t always get a fairy-tale ending. But in Monaco, tragedy has a tendency to repeat itself. Now some say that the troubles of Monaco’s Princess Charlene — who returned to Monaco in November after months in South Africa, only to leave again within days for a treatment center — eerily echo those of her...
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This is Zach Wilson’s second chance to captivate Jets fans
Root for the kid to keep hope alive.
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Texas police officer shot to death
A police officer has died from gunshot wounds he sustained while responding to a disturbance in Mesquite, Texas, authorities said.
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Diabetes warning: The ‘irreversible’ signs you can spot in your mouth
Common signs of high blood sugar include an increased thirst and needing to go the bathroom more.
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Brian Kelly dismisses longtime LSU strength coach Tommy Moffitt
Brian Kelly's first big move as LSU's football coach is an unpopular one.
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Jake Matthews vs. Jeremiah Wells off UFC on ESPN 31 after cornerman positive for COVID-19
UFC on ESPN 31 has lost a fight at the last minute because of COVID-19.       Related StoriesJake Matthews vs. Jeremiah Wells off UFC on ESPN 31 after cornerman positive for COVID-19 - EnclosureJosh Hill feels snubbed as Bellator bantamweight grand prix alternate: 'I want in that sh*t'Josh Hill feels snubbed as Bellator bantamweight grand prix alternate: 'I want in that sh*t' - Enclosure 
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Door-kicking’ TikTok trend mistaken for home invasions, prompting calls to police
In September, TikTok told Fox News it does not allow content that "promotes or enables criminal activities" as written in the site's Community Guidelines.
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Democratic lawmakers renew calls to add seats to the Supreme Court after abortion debate
The growing push by some Democrats to reshape the Supreme Court reignited this week as the court heard oral arguments in the Mississippi 15-week abortion ban case that has the potential to limit abortion access across the U.S.
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Panera’s ‘secret formula’ for popular green tea goes viral on TikTok
A Panera employee has revealed the secret behind the chain’s popular green tea drink. 
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Crowdfunding sends 101-year-old Pearl Harbor hero to 80th anniversary ceremony
An Oregon family has turned to crowdfunding to send their 101-year-old Navy veteran dad back to Pearl Harbor — where he heroically helped fend off Japan’s surprise attack 80 years ago.
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Omicron in the US: Where is it?
Cases of the omicron COVID-19 variant are being confirmed around the country this weekend.
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Florida Still Reporting Lowest Coronavirus Cases Per Capita
Florida continues to report the lowest daily coronavirus cases per capita in the nation as blue states see significant spikes, with the trend now continuing weeks on end.
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Jan 6. Rally Organizer’s Wild 2AM Sermon: Acid, Yoda, and a Congressional Subpoena
REUTERSAn early Saturday morning Telegram call took an unexpected turn, as Jan 6 “Stop the Steal” rally organizer Ali Alexander—who Congress has subpoenaed—splattered a series of random thoughts against the brains of approximately 30 listeners while declaring that Congress wants to see him dead.The unhinged 45-minute phone call at 2 a.m. further divulged into topics ranging from plastic surgery, consuming acid, and taking life lessons from the Star Wars character Yoda.“I was actually moved to sadness. I was moved empathetically to mourn the loss of reason amongst otherwise well-intentioned people,” Alexander said at the start of the call, seemingly stringing a series of words together which he referred to as “very beautiful.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Biden, Putin set Tuesday video conference as Ukraine invasion fears loom
President Joe Biden will sit down for a video conference with Russia's Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, the Kremlin said, as fears of a Russian invasion of neighboring Ukraine escalate.
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Gas Station Shooting Sees 2 Teen Girls Shot Dead, Baby Injured: Police
The victims were parked at a gas pump when someone in another vehicle began firing shots Friday night.
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Friends who went to an anime convention with a man who tested positive for Omicron also got sick, he says.
Most of the infected had traveled to southern Africa recently, but health officials are bracing for the inevitable community spread.
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'Pope, You Are a Heretic!' – Francis Confronted by Elderly Orthodox Priest in Athens
ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Pope Francis was heckled by an elderly Greek Orthodox priest on Saturday as he arrived for a meeting with the head of the country's Orthodox Church, evidence of the lingering distrust between some Orthodox and Catholics 1,200 years after Christianity was cleaved in half.
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NYC lawyer’s feathers ruffled over false ads’ poultry condition claims
Attorney Jesse Langel says in court papers he can no longer stomach "misleading" advertising that purports humane treatment from major companies.
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Broken Promises: One Year Ago, Joe Biden Said He 'Wouldn’t Demand' Mandatory Vaccines
One year ago, Joe Biden, who was then president-elect, promised that he "wouldn't demand" mandatory coronavirus vaccines for the American people -- a promise he has since broken, attempting to coerce millions of American workers to get the jab against their will.
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Tom Holland and Zendaya joke about their height difference
"I'm the superhero. I'm supposed to look cool," the young "Spider-Man: No Way Home" star joked about needing help from his taller co-star/girlfriend while filming a stunt.
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More than half of Omicron cases in the UK are among fully vaccinated people
A total of 134 cases of Omicron were confirmed in the UK as of Friday night.
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Missing dog saves Virginia family from house fire, gets reunited with his humans in process
A missing dog started barking loudly outside a Virginia family's home to warn them of the fire blazing outside their home.      
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Giants must find way to beat Dolphins with Mike Glennon – no excuses
This is the Sunday that the Giants need to become relevant again.
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Cardi B stuns in Prada at Playboy party after becoming Creative Director
Cardi B is Playboy's first Creative Director in residence, making her debut as CD -- in Prada -- at Art Basel's Playboy party Friday night in Miami.
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Parents of alleged Michigan school shooter plead not guilty to involuntary manslaughter
James and Jennifer Crumbley pleaded not guilty to four counts of involuntary manslaughter on Saturday. They are charged in connection to Tuesday's high school shooting in Oxford, Michigan, which killed four students and wounded seven others. Their son, the suspect in the shooting, faces two dozen charges himself. CBS News' Michael George reports, and CBS News legal contributor Jessica Levinson joins CBSN with analysis.
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A plumber found cash and checks stashed in a wall at Joel Osteen's Houston mega-church
A plumber doing repair work at pastor Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church found hundreds of envelopes of cash and checks hidden in a wall that police think is connected to a massive 2014 theft at the Houston mega-church.
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Former football coach fired for removing Black Lives Matter poster alleges First Amendment rights violated
A former Illinois State University (ISU) assistant football coach has sued the team's head coach and the school's former athletic director, alleging his First Amendment rights were violated after he removed a Black Lives Matter poster from his door and replaced it with a different one.
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Five people hurt in overnight shootings across NYC
Five people were hurt in overnight shootings across the city, the NYPD said.
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Cher Strauberry and Twompsax on validation, trans joy and refusing to be tired
The punker-turned-pro-skater from Oakland inspires trans kids to be whatever they want to be.
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And make it snappy! Queen once served tea to grouchy palace workman
The sitcom-worthy tale comes from Kevin Andrews, a Royal upholsterer who worked for the late Queen Mother and shared the tea-tale in a documentary.
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Michigan school shooting: Crumbley lawyer says gun was locked up, accuses prosecutor of creating media circus
Attorneys Mariell Lehman and Shannon Smith, representing the parents of Oxford High School shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley, said Saturday that the gun Ethan Crumbley allegedly used was “locked” before Tuesday's tragedy.
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Enrolling in health insurance can be like a new language. Here's a glossary of terms to help
Here's a glossary of terms sourced by USA TODAY with additional resources to help you on your insurance-selection journey.      
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Federal election agency has not accounted for $74M of COVID voting aid
The Election Assistance Commission has still not accounted for $74 million worth of election aid given to states in 2020 during COVID-19.
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Eight cases of Omicron variant detected in New York, Kathy Hochul says
Three more cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant have been detected in New York – bringing the total to eight, Gov. Kathy Hochul said.
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Josh Hill feels snubbed as Bellator bantamweight grand prix alternate: 'I want in that sh*t'
After a thunderous one-punch knockout at Bellator 272, Josh Hill will stay ready in case he's needed for the bantamweight tournament.       Related StoriesJosh Hill feels snubbed as Bellator bantamweight grand prix alternate: 'I want in that sh*t' - EnclosureSpike Carlyle 'had to dig very deep' for Bellator 272 win, hopes to fight in Japan soonSpike Carlyle 'had to dig very deep' for Bellator 272 win, hopes to fight in Japan soon - Enclosure 
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Thousands gather to mourn Michigan school shooting victims; parents of suspect in court: What we know
Thousands gathered at a Friday night vigil to honor the students who were killed in the shooting. What we know about the Oxford High School shooting.       
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Army Col. Edward Shames, the last remaining member of World War II's 'Band of Brothers,' dies at 99
Col. Edward Shames, the last surviving officer of the historic World War II parachute infantry regiment of the US Army known as Easy Company, died Friday at the age of 99.
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Make this latke toppings board for Hanukkah
Jazz up your Hanukkah spread with this recipe from the American Egg Board.
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NASA to launch latest mission to test laser communication in space
NASA's next laser communications mission will launch early Sunday morning.
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Critics blast NYT article arguing adoption more traumatic than abortion
Critics on Saturday ripped the "sheer viciousness" of a guest essay in The New York Times by Democratic consultant Elizabeth Spiers.
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North Texas Police Officer Dies After Shootout
A veteran Mesquite, Texas, police officer was killed outside a grocery store while responding to a disturbance call Friday. As the officer investigated a dispute, a male suspect produced a firearm -- prompting a shootout. The officer was struck twice and later died. The unidentified suspect was shot once and remains in critical condition.
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Afghan families fear for their safety in Taliban-controlled Kabul
For the Afghans who got out, the next hurdle is to start a new life. But others must continue to wait.
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Omicron variant cases identified in at least 12 states but Delta still dominates
While at least 12 states have identified cases of the Omicron coronavairus variant, US health officials remain concerned about the Delta version that accounts for practically all new infections.
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Georgia not worried about the past, as Kirby Smart looks to finally beat the Alabama bug
There are only so many times you can bring up the past. That’s the case for Georgia this week, as they prepare for Alabama and the SEC Championship on Saturday.
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