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Marine Corps vet disarms gun-wielding robbery suspect at Arizona gas station, video shows

A U.S. Marine Corps veteran who foiled an attempted robbery at a gas station in Yuma County, Arizona, on Wednesday told deputies that the Marine Corps "taught me not to [mess] around.”
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Matthew Stafford’s wife calls out Instagram trolls who can’t get to QB
Kelly Stafford's Instagram was flooded with comments after the Rams' loss Sunday, with trolls taking aim at her husband, Matthew Stafford.
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Teresa Giudice’s pending house offer falls through, $2.25M home relists
The "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star can't seem to shake off her past just yet.
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Influencer Reveals 'Horrible' Details of 'Wife Swap' Appearance in Viral Video
"To this day my heart still races when I think about it," explained Heidi Mae, who appeared with her family on an episode of "Wife Swap" in 2010.
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‘Toyboy’ defends his romance with 82-year-old lover: ‘She’s the boss’
An Egyptian toyboy who married an elderly British woman is blasting critics who claim he is using her for a visa and money.
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You can still shop these 53 extended Cyber Monday deals now
Forgot to shop last weekend? Here are the best extended Cyber Monday deals you can still take advantage of now. 
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Austin high school on lockdown over reports of ‘armed subject’
Authorities were called to Akins High School shortly after 10 a.m. local time, Austin Police Chief Ashley A. Gonzalez said.
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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.
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Looking Again at Amy Winehouse, 10 Years After Her Death
In “Amy: Beyond the Stage,” the Design Museum in London explores — and tries to somewhat reframe — the “Back to Black” singer’s life and legacy.
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Woman Crush Wednesday: Meagan Good Brings it in Amazon Prime Video’s ‘Harlem’
This brand new sitcom will have wishing you had her as a best friend!
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Revenue From 'Buy Now, Pay Later' Plans Rose 21 Percent on Cyber Monday Compared to 2020
One major credit card company said that about six of every 10 of its customers in the U.S. began a buy now, pay later plan for the first time this year.
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Trump tested positive for COVID before debate with Biden, former chief of staff says in new book
Former President Trump reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 three days before the Sept. 29 debate with Joe Biden, Mark Meadows' new book asserts.       
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Four golfers test positive ahead of South African Open
Four golfers scheduled to play in the South African Open have been forced to withdraw after testing positive for Covid-19, the tournament announced on Thursday.
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Celebrate the holidays in the 'Home Alone' house
Calling all filthy animals: Airbnb is renting out the "Home Alone" house this month for one hijinks-filled night.
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Fourth student dies in Michigan high school shooting
The victim has been identified as 17-year-old Justin Shilling.
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NC Lt Gov. confronts Dem lawmaker over LGBTQ 'lynching' floor speech: 'Equating Black people with gay people'
North Carolina's lieutenant governor, a Republican and the highest-ranking Black official in the state, confronted a Democratic lawmaker after her speech on the state Senate floor.
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'Open the door': Chilling video shows Michigan students escape through window during shooting
Students cower in an Oxford High School classroom, hiding from a gunman on a shooting rampage outside. Then, comes a knock at the door.       
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Bulls, Heat lose draft picks for jumping the gun in free agent talks with Lonzo Ball, Kyle Lowry
The NBA took second round picks from the Bulls and Heat for the timing of their free agent discussions with Lonzo Ball and Kyle Lowry.       
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ABC Confirms Which Man From Michelle Young's Season is the New Bachelor
After months of fan speculation, we have our new Bachelor—and ABC has announced when we can see the reject from Michelle's season in action.
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December launches with exceptional warmth over large parts of Lower 48 states
Temperatures will be more than 30 degrees above average in some locations
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Fourth teen dies in Michigan high school shooting
Justin Shilling, a student at Oxford High School, died on the morning of December 1, 2021.
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Sagrada Familia cathedral now topped with star
The Sagrada Familia cathedral in Barcelona, Spain, was topped with a new 12-pointed, 5-ton star. CNN's Becky Anderson has the story.
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What the AIDS crisis can teach us about the COVID pandemic response
This is the second World AIDS Day during the coronavirus pandemic. Public health officials are calling on world leaders to do more to address the inequities at the root of both crises.
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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.
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Dow jumps 500 points as stocks recover some Omicron sell-off losses
The gains come after Tuesday's sell-off as investors fretted over fears that COVID-19’s new Omicron variant could wreak fresh havoc on the world economy.
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Michigan high school team ends up on FaceTime with Tom Brady after dialing wrong number
Ever texted the wrong number? For some high school students in Pontiac, Michigan, the errant text message led to being on FaceTime with Tom Brady.       
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Police Department Under Fire After Video of Cop 'Brutally' Kicking Dog Goes Viral
An official investigation has been launched and the officer has been placed on "administrative duty assignment," said the department.
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Fauci says COVID-19 diverted resources from fight against AIDS
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top U.S. infectious disease expert, said Tuesday the COVID-19 pandemic has diverted scientific and financial resources from the fight against AIDS, seriously impeding global efforts to achieve the U.N. goal of ending AIDS by 2030.
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Russia warns U.S.: More diplomats will have to leave next year
It's a tit-for-tat response to the U.S. sending 55 Russian diplomats home, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
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CNN’s Jeff Zucker calls Chris Cuomo suspension ‘appropriate course of action’: report
Jeff Zucker made the remark during a daily news meeting at which subordinates were not able to ask the network boss about the controversy rocking their network, according to a report.
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A 4th student has died in the Michigan high school shooting
Authorities say a 17-year-old boy has become the fourth student to die from a shooting at Oxford High School on Tuesday. Seven other people were wounded, some critically, when a sophomore opened fire.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Rita Moreno Reveals Why She Almost Turned Down ‘West Side Story’ On ‘The View’
The actress won an Oscar for playing Anita in the 1961 film.
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Adm. Giroir: There is no reason New York governor should halt elective surgeries
Former Assistant Health Secretary Admiral Brett Giroir told “America’s Newsroom” that “there is no reason” for New York Gov. Kathy Hochul to halt elective surgeries in the wake of the new omicron variant.
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Europe unveils its $340 billion answer to China's Belt and Road infrastructure initiative
The European Union has unveiled its €300 billion ($340 billion) alternative to China's Belt and Road initiative — an investment program the bloc claims will create "links, not dependencies."
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This rare McDonald's treat is making a comeback
'Tis the season for McDonald's to bring back a fan favorite sweet treat: the Holiday Pie.
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Capital One becomes largest bank to end overdraft fees
The Virginia-based bank will no longer charge its customers fees when account balances dip below zero, the bank announced Wednesday.
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Health experts question Biden's new travel bans: 'Their role in public health is minimal'
Health experts question President Biden's travel ban prompted by the omicron variant.
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Aston Martin reveals 'final' V12-powered Vantage before electric motors kill it
Aston Martin will debut a new V12 Vantage in 2022 that will be the last before the model goes all electric.
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Mets owner Steve Cohen invests in startup 24-7 stock-trading platform
Steve Cohen is investing in a startup that wants to make 24-7 stock trading a reality -- cashing in on the armchair-trading craze that heated up during COVID lockdowns.
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Arizona cop fatally shoots man in wheelchair nine times in the back: video
The officer, Ryan Remington, was on assignment at the Walmart in Tucson on Monday when an employee alerted him about 6 p.m. that a customer had swiped a toolbox, KGUN reported.
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Lava from volcanic eruption threatens more homes on La Palma
A fresh river of lava from the volcano on Spain’s La Palma island threatened Wednesday to engulf a parish church that has so far survived the eruption that shows no signs of relenting after 10 weeks.
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Fourth Student Dies After Shooting Rampage at Michigan High School
Seth Herald/ReutersA fourth teenager has died from injuries sustained in Tuesday’s horrific shooting rampage at Oxford High School in Michigan, authorities have confirmed.Justin Shilling, 17, died Wednesday morning at McLaren Oakland Hospital, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office said. Sheriff Michael Bouchard preciously identified the other three victims as 16-year-old Tate Myer, 14-year-old Hana St. Juliana, and 17-year-old Madisyn Baldwin. A 15-year-old sophomore, who has not been publicly identified because he is a minor, was arrested by an on-site deputy about five minutes after the rampage began at the school located about an hour outside of Detroit. Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Why Can't I See My Spotify Wrapped? Yearly Review Not Working for Some Users
Spotify's annual review is now available, but some users are struggling to access it on their phones. Here is how to get round the problem.
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Putin is banning the group that memorializes Stalin’s crimes. That’s bad for Russia
Extinguishing independent thought opens up a path straight back to the Gulag.
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4th student dies from Michigan school shooting: Latest
The teenager who allegedly gunned down three classmates and injured eight others took his father's gun to his Michigan high school.
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