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Mass Shooting Video Shows Man Open Fire on People While Walking Down Street

The gunman can be seen shooting a person lying on the ground multiple times at close range.
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Taiwan president resigns as party leader after election loss
Tsai offered her resignation on Saturday evening, a tradition after a major loss, in a short speech in which she also thanked supporters.
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5 new technologies could turn our world into scary, real-life ‘Peripheral’
Amazon Prime’s “The Peripheral,” starring Chloë Grace Moretz, depicts a bleak life in 2099, when people use virtual-reality headsets to travel back in time. But the show’s dystopian plot isn’t so farfetched...
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Early Voting Begins in Some Georgia Counties for Key Senate Seat
As Atlanta-area counties open its polls on Saturday, GOP-leaning areas won't do so until Monday—offering a slight boost to Senator Raphael Warnock's reelection.
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Donate This Holiday Season: Journalism Needs Your Help
We’re kicking off the 2022 Times Opinion Giving Guide.
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Donate This Holiday Season: Children and Families Need Your Help
A guide to holiday gifts that ease hunger and help kids read.
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NYC Columbia professor Sheena Iyengar accused of gender discrimination
Elizabeth Blackwell accused a renowned Columbia University professor Sheena Iyengar of “disturbing gender-based discrimination behavior and retaliation."
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A post-Thanksgiving check-in for your mental health
How's your mental health after the holiday? Here's your unofficial check-in with stories to help guide you.      
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‘Fame’ and ‘Flashdance’ singer-actor Irene Cara dies at 63
Singer-actress Irene Cara, who sang the title cut from the 1980 movie “Fame” and then belted out the hit “Flashdance ... What a Feeling,” has died.
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Donate This Holiday Season: L.G.B.T.Q. People Need Your Help
You can support reproductive rights, reduce recidivism and promote safety for L.G.B.T.Q. people.
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EEUU: No hubo el temido caos en los comicios intermedios
Los temores sobre la presencia de observadores electorales agresivos que sembraran el caos en la casillas o de grupos conservadores que intentaran intimidar a los votantes no se concretaron en las elecciones intermedias de Estados Unidos, algo que preocupaba a muchos funcionarios electorales y expertos en el derecho al voto
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Beverly D’Angelo dishes on her holiday turkey secret that delights ex Al Pacino
This Christmas, Beverly D'Angelo will be cooking up a dish that guests -- including her ex Al Pacino -- can't refuse. Her signature recipe, which she will serving to the "Godfather" actor whom she dated five years, and their 21-year-old twins, is turkey wrapped in prosciutto.
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Artista paraguaya destaca en Doha con pinturas sobre balones
En vez de un lienzo, la artista paraguaya Lili Cantero ha realizado fabulosos dibujos sobre balones de fútbol inspirados en las ocho selecciones que ganaron el Mundial y en la cultura de Qatar, exhibidos en una galería de arte de Doha
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Cápsula Orión de la NASA entra en órbita lunar amplia
La cápsula Orión de la NASA entra en una órbita que se extiende decenas de miles de kilómetros (millas) alrededor de la Luna, conforme se aproxima a la mitad del camino de su vuelo de prueba
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Protestas contra violencia hacia la mujer en América Latina
Marchas y manifestaciones en varios países de América Latina convocan a mujeres en protesta por el Día Internacional de la Erradicación de la Violencia contra las Mujeres
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Tras un año, ómicron sigue suscitando oleadas de COVID
La variante ómicron está provocando un aumento en los casos de COVID-19 en muchas partes de Estados Unidos
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EEUU: Inflación pesa sobre compradores en Black Friday
Consumidores cautelosos cazan las mejores ofertas en tiendas físicas y virtuales mientras los vendedores ofrecen nuevos descuentos de Black Friday para atraer a clientes ansiosos por comenzar a comprar regalos navideños, pero restringidos por la inflación
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Why Michigan State football may not have to upset Penn State to get to a bowl game
Michigan State football needs one win to get bowl eligible. Up next is No. 10 Penn State on the road. But the Spartans could still get in at 5-7.       
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Irene Cara, Singer of 'Fame' and 'Flashdance,' Dead at 63 Years Old
The cause of Cara's death is currently unknown, according to her publicist.
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DeAndre Hopkins wants to take Charvarius Ward ‘steroid boy’ shot to boxing ring
DeAndre Hopkins would like to settle the beef with fisticuffs.
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Quentin Tarantino and Bob Dylan Essentially Wrote the Same Book
One writes as acutely as his best critics. The other’s a different story.
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Accused NYC drug dealer was ‘security’ in fatal undercover bust
Jefry Silvestre and an unnamed co-conspirator were unknowingly selling cocaine to an informant, the US Drug Enforcement Agency wrote.
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Xinjiang loosens some restrictions after anti-lockdown protests
Residents held extraordinary late-night demonstrations against Urumqi's draconian "zero-COVID" lockdown after an apartment fire killed 10.
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William and Kate’s US trip highlights how they’re not Harry and Meghan
By downplaying their celebrity on Boston visit, the Prince and Princess of Wales are poised to claim the crown of the royal family's No. 1 couple.
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Coach Javier Mendez praises Usman Nurmagomedov's Bellator title win: 'He made it look easy'
Javier Mendez promises Usman Nurmagomedov is a future star after claiming Bellator gold.      Related StoriesCoach Javier Mendez praises Usman Nurmagomedov's Bellator title win: 'He made it look easy' - EnclosureVideo: Which Bellator champion could beat a UFC champ right now?Photos: 'BKFC Fight Night: Newcastle' weigh-ins 
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Nebraska announces hiring of Matt Rhule as its next football coach
Rhule, who was fired by the Panthers in October and previously coached Baylor and Temple, will be introduced as head coach in Lincoln on Monday.       
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Drug Task Force Seize Opium Poppies Mistakenly Grown for Bridal Bouquet
"I know that there are so many other people who have these poppies in their backyard," the flower farmer told Newsweek.
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Ukraine's Snake Island Defenders Released in Prisoner Exchange
Ukrainian official Andriy Yermak said Saturday that "over the last week, we managed to return 98 Ukrainians. We are working on the release of all our people."
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As the Commanders surge, Ron Rivera gives thanks with a holiday break
Washington players and coaches got a rare day off on Thanksgiving amid the strong performances and good vibes that have highlighted a 5-1 stretch.
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NYU students frightened over rash of creepy NYC dorm intruders
Brazen interlopers have repeatedly slipped past security at New York University dorms -- and in one case crept into a student's room and watched her sleep.
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These prosecutors promised us ‘reform’ but delivered chaos instead
Most of America’s big city prosecutors ran on a platform of “reform” as if calling something “reform” makes it magically good. And, after they got into office, they experimented on the people by unleashing their social justice agendas.
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US FCC bans sales, import of Chinese tech from Huawei, ZTE
The FCC's order applies to future authorizations of equipment, though the agency leaves open the possibility it could revoke previous authorizations.
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POLITICO Playbook: Trump world reels after white nationalist dinner
And the scramble for votes in the Georgia runoff continues.
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Scholar identifies alarming trends among US men
Richard Reeves, author of the book "Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It," discusses why men in the US are more likely to die by suicide than women.
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Will special counsel indict Trump?
Of the two cases involving former President Trump being investigated by special counsel Jack Smith, "the documents case is far more straightforward," says former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti. But "they need to make sure that the documents that they use in the trial are ones they feel comfortable with the world finding out the contents of."
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Ohio State and Michigan get major boosts ahead of rivalry game
Ohio State running back Miyan Williams will play on Saturday against Michigan, per ESPN's Pete Thamel.
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Changing MLB landscape should raise value of lefty-hitting free agents
Teams are more than ever going to talk themselves into the upside of flawed players such as Cody Bellinger, Michael Conforto and Joey Gallo.
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Global population hits 8 billion
The world's population just reached 8 billion, with the most growth in the poorest countries. "We need to invest in the developing countries of Africa." says Jack Goldstone of George Mason Univ. "...Because that's the best investment for our own economic growth, and to minimize the pressures of immigration."
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Taiwan's president resigns as party leader after election losses
Voters in Taiwan overwhelmingly chose the opposition Nationalist party in several major races across the self-ruled island in an election in which threats from China took a backseat to local issues.
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60 Minutes meets the smartest dog in the world
In 2014, 60 Minutes first attempted to answer the age-old question: does your dog really love you?
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Here’s who Elon Musk likes to talk to on Twitter — including Catturd
In his public tweets, Musk has shown a willingness to engage with accounts popular on the right.
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Russian State TV Host Slams His Own Staff After Questions Over His Heroism
Vladimir Solovyov also said Russian servicemen who abandon their military positions should face the death penalty.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Alone Together’ on Hulu, Katie Holmes’ Sweet But Tepid COVID Romance
Writer-director-star Holmes finds herself stuck in lockdown with Jim Sturgess. Could be worse!
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7 easy recipes for when you don’t feel like cooking (much)
When you're just trying to get something on the table, these easy recipes can help you cross the finish line.
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A loud super-fan: Remembering ‘the Howling Marine’ of Griffith Stadium
In the 1940s, Bruce McAllister was banned from at least two major league ballparks.
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Invest for less with this great deal on a stock screener app
Time to stock up.
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Taiwan's president resigns as her party's leader after election loss
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has resigned as head of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party following local election losses suffered by her party.
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Judge rules Missouri 19-year-old can't see father's execution
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit on behalf of Khorry Ramey asked a federal court to allow her to attend the execution.
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Qatar hosts World Cup Soccer
Qatar hosting this year's World Cup has brought world attention to its discriminatory practices and human rights abuses."If Qatar doesn't want these things brought up," says Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins, "don't host a world event."
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