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Miss Manners: Am I offending my daughter’s in-laws with my elaborate Thanksgiving meal?

Reader wonders whether they should tone down Thanksgiving festivities to match effort level of daughter’s in-laws.
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Mary Cosby ‘has not filmed’ for ‘RHOSLC’ season 3 after skipping reunion
Meredith Marks, Jen Shah, Whitney Rose, Heather Gay, Lisa Barlow, and Jennie Nguyen have all been spotted filming season three of the franchise, the source noted.
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Your iPhone’s Apple logo can turn into a secret button – here’s how to ‘unlock’ ‘Back Tap’
If you have an iPhone then you need to try this hidden feature that utilizes the Apple logo on the back of your phone. Apple iPhones come equipped with several clever features, one of these features includes “Back Tap.” What is ‘Back Tap?’ ‘Back Tap’ is an iOS 14 feature that was launched on September 16, 2020....
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Bengals Meet Titans, and Packers Host 49ers in N.F.L. Playoffs
The N.F.L.’s divisional round kicks off with two games today. Follow along for updates.
PM Update: Very cold again tonight; moderating temperatures on Sunday with late snow showers
Temperatures will drop into the teens in many spots again tonight.
Griffin hits 5 3s, No. 6 Duke beats Syracuse 79-59
AJ Griffin attempted 10 shots Saturday, nine of them from behind the arc. If Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski had his way, Griffin would've put up even more.
Bulls' Alex Caruso out 6-8 weeks with broken wrist caused on hard foul by Bucks' Grayson Allen
Grayson Allen grabbed Alex Caruso's wrist while Caruso was going up for a layup in Friday's game, sending him crashing to the court on his wrist.
Gillespie scores 28, No. 11 Villanova beats Georgetown 85-74
Collin Gillespie scored 28 points, Justin Moore added 19 and No. 11 Villanova won at Georgetown 85-74 on Saturday.
Vanessa Bryant lawsuit alleges Kobe crash site photos were shared on several sheriff's department devices
A lawsuit from Vanessa Bryant, the widow of Kobe Bryant, alleges that graphic photos of her husband and daughter were shared on at least 28 different LA County Sheriff's Department devices.
'Multiple' dogs may have been sickened by rat-transmitted illness: NYY official
New York City dog owners are being warned after several pets may have been sickened by leptospirosis, a disease commonly associated with rats.
Mother of alleged NYPD cop killer speaks on ‘distorted’ mind of son after Harlem shooting
The mother of the gunman who allegedly killed an NYPD cop and critically injured another in Harlem told The Post Saturday her son is mentally ill.
Arizona Democrats have censured Kyrsten Sinema over her pro-filibuster vote
The symbolic action comes as Sinema has come under criticism from progressive groups in Arizona after she voted to uphold the filibuster in the Senate.
More Republicans View Right-Wing Group Oath Keepers Favorably Than Not: Poll
Over half of Americans believe right-wing militias pose a serious threat to the United States, according to the same poll.
Live updates: Titans host the Bengals in the NFL playoffs
Ryan Tannehill and the Tennessee Titans host Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. Follow along for live updates.
Packers vs. 49ers prediction: Green Bay will show why it’s top seed
Given the week off provided by the No. 1 seed that’s involved here, we’re not looking to get in Green Bay’s way.
New York grandmother tricks would-be scammer in trap captured on video
A Long Island, New York grandmother is being hailed for setting up and helping capture a suspected scammer in a trap that was all caught on video.
Chicago alderman demands CPS explain COVID-19 dashboard discrepancy
A Chicago alderman is asking the Chicago Public Schools to explain a discrepancy in their coronavirus dashboard amid alleged discrepancies in the data provided
Ex-Yankee Sergio Mitre convicted of murdering child, sentenced to 50 years in prison
Sergio Mitre, who pitched in parts of eight major league seasons and won a World Series ring with the 2009 Yankees, likely will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Adam Kinzinger Rips Ted Cruz for Suggesting Ray Epps Worked With Feds on 1/6: 'Absolute Lie'
The congressman said fellow Republican Ted Cruz "could care less who he manipulates and what BS he spews."
US embassy families to evacuate Ukraine as Russia tensions rise: report
Families of US embassy personnel in Ukraine will reportedly be ordered by the State Department to evacuate as soon as Monday, as Russian belligerence continues to mount.
How a Calm Call for Help Led 2 N.Y.P.D. Officers Into a Hail of Gunfire
The latest deadly episode to rattle the city began with a routine domestic disturbance call and ended with one officer dead and another in critical condition.
'Defeat the Mandates' march coordinator explains why DC event is critical to push back on restrictions
The organizer of a march against vaccine mandates taking place in Washington, D.C., on Sunday says he hopes the event will give people the confidence to speak up against such requirements.
'In some political peril': Commentator on Sinema censure
Former Clinton White House adviser and CNN political commentator Paul Begala reacts to news that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) has been censured by the Arizona Democratic Party after Sinema voted to maintain the Senate's filibuster rules.
Wounded NYPD officer faces 2nd surgery in struggle to survive Harlem shooting
NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora was expected to undergo a second surgery as he struggled to survive the shooting that took his partner's life, according to police and union sources.
Big Sur Sees Wildfire From Palo Colorado Canyon
A late-season blaze that started on Friday grew to 1,500 acres in the scenic region of California.
Senator Kyrsten Sinema formally censured by Arizona Democratic Party
Sinema's censure came as "a result of her failure to do whatever it takes to ensure the health of our democracy," the party said.
Video Shows Staff Pinning Teen Down for 30 Mins in Cell Before He Died
YouTube/Sedgwick County CommunicationsFootage released late Friday by authorities in Sedgwick County, Kansas shows employees of a county juvenile center holding a 17-year-old boy on the floor of a cell for more than half an hour, just two days before his death.The Sept. 26 death of the teenager, Cedric Lofton, attracted national attention after an autopsy report ruled it a homicide. The county DA has declined to press charges against the juvenile center employees, but Lofton’s family members have demanded they be held accountable.“Cedric’s death was caused by the hands of the very authorities that were obligated to protect him and make sure he was safe,” the family said previously in a statement through civil rights attorneys Andrew M. Stroth and Steven Hart. “These senseless killings by authorities must stop! Cedric and his family deserved better.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
Toddler Slapping Dad to 'Make Sure He's Alive' After Being Left With Dead Mom: Lawyer
The baby was reportedly left for five days with her mother's body in a homeless shelter.
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Alex Murdaugh charged with stealing more than $8.5M as new indictments filed
Former South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh is now facing a total of 71 charges and is accused of stealing more than $8.5 million from clients after a new round of indictments.
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How a Calm Call for Help Led 2 N.Y.P.D. Officers Into a Hail of Gunfire
The latest deadly episode to rattle the city began with a routine domestic disturbance call and ended with one officer dead and another in critical condition.
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Marilyn Monroe's close friend weighs in on her death
"'The Cubans weren't there. The Kennedys weren't there," Marilyn Monroe's friend Amy Greene said of Monroe's tragic death. Don't miss "Reframed: Marilyn Monroe" on CNN this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.
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Russia, NATO maintain dicey impasse, experts divided on best next steps
The U.S. and NATO remain at a diplomatic impasse with Russia as the Kremlin has yet to make any moves in dismantling its 100,000-strong troop buildup along Ukraine’s border.
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Magruder High School student charged as adult with attempted second-degree murder
The 17-year-old Maryland student was armed with an “ghost gun," police in Montgomery County said.
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'My heart drops': Photographer describes the surprising way Marilyn reviewed his photos
"She knew more about photography than most photographers that ever photographed her." A photographer walks through Marilyn Monroe's surprising reaction to the photos he took of her. Tune in Sunday at 9 p.m. ET to watch all-new episodes of the CNN Original Series "Reframed: Marilyn Monroe."
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‘Ozark’ Season 4 Episode 5 Recap: Stop the Steal
Everyone loves the introduction of a loose-cannon, wrench-in-the-works character.
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How to Retreat From Ukraine
Searching for a non-disastrous way back from American overreach.
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Powerball Drawing For 01/22/22, Saturday Jackpot is $76 Million
Saturday night's 01/22/22 Powerball jackpot is worth $76 million, with a cash-value option worth $53.0 million.
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Detroit man accused of setting pregnant girlfriend on fire released on 10% bond
A man accused of pouring gasoline on his pregnant girlfriend and lighting her on fire has posted bond in Detroit, Michigan.
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Goldie Hawn details being sexually harassed by cartoonist Al Capp
"He said, 'I'll be back in a minute, I'm just going to slip into something.' And he came back in a robe. So now, I am freaking out..." 
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Drinking water tops list of needs in Tonga as aid arrives following tsunami
Tongans lined up to access cash for the first time since the disaster, while the government said emergency response crews had already distributed 60,000 liters of water to residents.
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Churchville group gathers to learn more about proposed waste pit
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Police charge alleged shooting victim
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Police: Magruder student shot is out of surgery
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Viewing held for father, twins who died
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Op-Ed: Praying for the end of the fourth quarter: Playing fantasy football with Meat Loaf
The 2004 Main Event in Las Vegas, with its $100,000 grand prize, was not Meat Loaf's first foray into fantasy sports. He could hold his own.
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Heavy fighting continues for 3rd day to stop ISIS prison break attempt in Syria
The prison attack marks ISIS' biggest operation in Syria since its defeat in 2019.
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Arizona Democratic Party censures Sinema over voting rights stance
Top donors have threatened to stop funding the senator if she didn’t reevaluate her opposition to a filibuster carve-out.
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