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Mitch McConnell: 'Americans didn't sign up for Bernie Sanders' socialist vision'

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell joined “America’s Newsroom” Thursday, suggesting Americans would be 'better off' if Democrats' 'reckless' tax and spending package never passed.
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Aaron Rodgers teases possible attempt to slay Manningcast ‘curse’
Aaron Rodgers teased a potential attempt to slay the Manningcast curse in January.
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Shailene Woodley doesn’t have to flip out over these Aaron Rodgers pictures
Shailene Woodley probably didn't address new photos of Aaron Rodgers in L.A. because it was actually him in the paparazzi snaps this time.
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Maryland could ease school mask mandate
State officials are moving to give school systems more options, if vaccination rates are strong and transmission rates have eased.
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Man sues former employer for discrimination over hairstyle
A Black man in San Diego, California is suing his former employer, alleging the company denied him a job because he refused to cut his dreadlocks. CBS MoneyWatch reporter Khristopher Brooks shares his reporting with CBSN's Tanya Rivero.
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NY coughs up extra $2M to resettle Afghan refugees
Gov. Kathy Hochul says the state will provide an additional $2 million to nonprofits assisting nearly 2,000 Afghan refugees resettled in New York.
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The Trailer: David Perdue and the great 2020 rewrite
Trump's election obsession shakes up Georgia, Seattle votes on whether to remove a socialist city council member, and an $18 minimum wage could be coming to California.
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Omicron coronavirus variant partly evades Pfizer vaccine's protection, study shows
The Omicron coronavirus variant partly escapes the protection offered by the Pfizer vaccine, but people who have been previously infected and then vaccinated are likely to be well protected, researchers working in South Africa reported Tuesday.
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Hundreds of college professors blast ‘woke’ math movement
Some school districts -- including in New York -- have slowly eliminated advanced math options for some students as a means of easing achievement gaps.
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John Dickerson reflects on 80 years since the attack on Pearl Harbor
Today marks 80 years since the shocking attack on Pearl Harbor that killed more than 2,400 Americans and drew the U.S. into World War II. CBS News chief political analyst John Dickerson looks at how a dwindling number of survivors are marking the anniversary and joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, with more.
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Biden warns Putin as tensions escalate along Russia-Ukraine border
President Joe Biden spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin for two hours and warned that the U.S. will respond if Russia invades Ukraine. CBS News's Natalie Brand has more on what's at stake in Tuesday's meeting, and CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett explains how Russia's history factors into this potential geopolitical crisis.
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CNN 10 - December 8, 2021
December 8, 2021
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Review: The Los Angeles Philharmonic closes out a pandemic year with messages of hope
For its final show of 2021, the orchestra premiered Julia Adophe's violin concerto "Woven Loom, Silver Spindle" with Xian Zhang conducting.
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CNN10 - 12/8/21
The U.S. announces a diplomatic boycott of the upcoming Olympics, we remember the attack on Pearl Harbor, and we're observing a total eclipse from a snowy place.
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Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville will be melted down into artwork
The statue will be given to the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center in Charlottesville.
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‘Teen Mom’ Briana DeJesus denies having sex with Kailyn’s ex Chris Lopez
Lowry, 29, made the accusation during a Monday Instagram Story Q&A, responding to a fan’s question involving her ex, Javi Marroquin, who dated DeJesus from 2017 to 2018. 
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Judge Temporarily Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors
The mandate would have required that federal contractors get vaccinated by January 18.
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Climber scores $84K of jewels lost in Mont Blanc plane crash
The mountain climber who discovered precious jewels on Mont Blanc in 2013 will keep half of the treasure, worth a total of nearly $169,000.
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Pittsburgh man gets probation for planting explosives after 2020 riots
A man in Pittsburgh has been sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to leaving a bag of explosives downtown after riots overtook the streets last year.
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Federal judge slaps down another Biden administration vaccine mandate
A federal judge Tuesday blocked a national COVID-19 vaccine mandate that would have required private government contractors to get their shots.
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Rep. Dan Crenshaw Says 'Grifters' and 'Performance Artists' Exist Among Conservatives
"Performance artists are the ones who get all the attention...they know how to recite the lines they know that our voters want to hear," Crenshaw said.
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This 2-in-1 Mop-Vacuum is Perfect for Pet Owners and Parents With No Time for Dirty Floors
Photo: Scouted/The Daily Beast/Tineco.Let me set the stage for you: picture a kitchen where afternoon sunlight shines bright, crisply illuminating white cabinets, lightly flecked pale gray countertops, and large squares of matte charcoal tile on the floor. It’s a lovely tableau, to be sure, which is good because we spent a lot of effort in creating it. But now let’s zero in on that floor, because as it turns out that on dark, matte tiles, just about every crumb or speck of dust stands out starkly, especially when the aforementioned sunshine is pouring in.And now that the stage is set, let’s meet the characters: we have my and I, both of whom are a bit more concerned with cleanliness than most, our two kids (who are not as concerned) and our two cats, who could not care less. Given the minimum of two daily meals eaten in the kitchen (and usually three a day on weekends), the snacks, the play activities on the island, and the cat bowls in the corner, there’s a lot of action in this space. And in this case, action means crumbs, cat hair, pencil shavings, gobs of playdough, cat hair, stray cat food, bits of leaves or pine needles, and of course, more cat hair.In any light, the tiles of our kitchen do little to hide any dirt, dust, crumbs, and so forth—and as noted, in bright light, the mess is magnified, minimal though it may be. As I said, the adults love a clean house, which means nightly vacuuming of the entire tiled kitchen, and at least every three nights, one of us would also move the chairs out of the space and push a corded steam mop all around the room after the vacuum pass. Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Anthony Broadwater, Exonerated in Rape of Alice Sebold, to Be Focus of His Own Movie
Alice Sebold was to be portrayed as the heroine in a film based on her memoir, 'Lucky,' until the man she identified as her rapist 40 years ago was recently declared innocent. Now, a different movie (or two) are in the works.
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Unvaccinated NBA players unable to travel to Canada face pay cut, fines or suspensions: report
Unvaccinated NBA players could face serious disciplinary action by the league if they are unable to play in Toronto under the Canadian government’s new vaccination requirement for travelers, according to one report.
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Unvaccinated NBA players unable to travel to Canada face pay cut, fines or suspensions: report
Unvaccinated NBA players could face serious disciplinary action by the league if they are unable to play in Toronto under the Canadian government’s new vaccination requirement for travelers, according to one report.
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Halle Berry: Boyfriend Van Hunt is the ‘love of my life’
Besides directing my first movie, I also found the love of my life and I know it's true and this is how I know it's true … because I failed so many times, I now know what [love] really looks like."
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Ukraine, Omicron, Best Songs of 2021: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Biden Withdraws Radical Banking Nominee Saule Omarova
Saule Omarova, President Joe Biden's nominee for the office of the Comptroller of the Currency, withdrew her nomination Tuesday after Democrats and Republicans opposed her controversial views to eliminate community banks and fossil fuel companies. 
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MTA boss ‘super excited’ to tackle subway disorder with incoming mayor Eric Adams
Acting MTA Chairman Janno Lieber hopes the change in administrations will bring with it a more visible NYPD presence in the subways after a rash of violent attacks, he told The Post’s Editorial Board on Thursday.
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Biden Supreme Court commission votes to send president report taking 'no position' on court-packing
The Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of approving their final report and sending it to President Biden's desk.
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Bill authorizing $770 billion in Pentagon funding and setting Defense policy set to pass the House
The National Defense Authorization Act, the annual must-pass piece of legislation that sets the policy agenda and authorizes almost $770 billion in funding for the Department of Defense, is set for final passage in the House of Representatives.
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Biden’s ‘radical’ bank regulator pick Saule Omarova withdraws nomination
Saule Omarova withdrew her nomination for the post on Tuesday amid both Republican and Democratic backlash over her academic writings, which include advocating for the end of banking “as we know it.”
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Attacked, rejected and harassed: Asians around the world speak out on workplace discrimination
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Accuser testifies Ghislaine Maxwell told her she 'had a great body for Epstein and his friends.' She was 14.
Now in her 30s, the woman described her harrowing teenage experiences with Epstein on Tuesday in Ghislaine Maxwell's federal trial.
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Putin not prepping Russians for war with Ukraine, says analyst
Veteran Russia watchers Andrey Kortunov and Alexander Vershbow say an invasion wouldn't lead to a 'happy scenario' for President Putin.
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Massachusetts Middle School Offers Racially Segregated 'Safe Spaces' for Students to 'Process' Rittenhouse, Arbery Verdicts
Bigelow Middle School in Newton, Massachusetts, hosted racially segregated "safe spaces" in order for students to be able to "process" the verdicts in the Kyle Rittenhouse and Ahmaud Arbery cases.
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Trump says Putin ‘not worried’ by Biden threats, points to Afghanistan chaos
Donald Trump took a swipe at President Biden's handling of Vladimir Putin amid the Russian president's buildup of troops at the Ukraine border, saying Putin “is not worried” by his predecessor after the chaotic US withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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Sexy influencer shares how to get an ‘instant boob job’ in photos
We’ve all heard the saying, “Fake it until you make it,” and if you have ever wanted a boob job without going under the knife, here’s your chance. Fitness influencer Danae Mercer, 33, shared the secret to the least invasive breast enhancement ever: the right pose. The Dubai-based content creator, who has amassed 2.4 million...
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Rising concerns over Russia and Ukraine as Biden and Putin hold talks
President Biden holds a video call today with Russian President Vladimir Putin as tens of thousands of Russian troops gather near the Ukrainian border. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata joined Anne-Marie Green to discuss the possibility of another Russian invasion.
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New York City issues COVID vaccination rules for children for indoor and higher-risk activities
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is setting new vaccine deadlines for private sector employees who work in-person, and children ages 5 to 11 who want to participate in certain indoor activities. Dr. Dyan Hes, founder of Gramercy Pediatrics. joins CBSN to discuss the latest coronavirus headlines.
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White House preps for video call with Russian president Putin amid Ukraine border concerns
President Joe Biden and Russian president Vladimir Putin will talk via video as concerns grow over Moscow's recent military buildup along the Ukraine border. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joined CBSN with a preview and more news from the White House.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Slow Hustle’ on HBO Max, an Incisive Documentary About the Unsolved Death of a Baltimore Cop
Director Sonja Sohn returns to Charm City to direct one of the best documentaries of the year.
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10 things you didn't know are in the Democrats' Build Back Better bill
A sweeping $1.9 trillion social safety net bill is making its way through Congress and could make a key part of President Joe Biden's economic agenda a reality. Here are some of the lesser-known provisions in the Build Back Better bill.
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'Pissed off' Jake Paul rips injured Tommy Fury, indicates he won't rebook fight in future
"He’s done a terrible job of promoting the fight that we had," Jake Paul told MMA Junkie.       Related StoriesFormer UFC champ Holly Holm, James Toney among Boxing Hall of Fame Class of 2022Former UFC champ Holly Holm, James Toney among Boxing Hall of Fame Class of 2022 - EnclosureChael Sonnen to host 13th annual Fighters Only World MMA Awards; CEO details logistical challenges 
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EPA proposes changes to its biofuels program, notching a win for the industry and farmers
The Environmental Protection Agency announced proposed changes to its biofuels program Tuesday to spur more biofuel use and crack down on waivers issued to refineries by the Trump administration, notching a win for the biofuels industry and farmers and a blow to oil refineries.
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Maryland legislature overrides Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes of immigration bills
Advocates of the legislative action described it as one of the most significant pieces of immigration reform to pass in Maryland since the enactment of the Dream Act, a 2012 state law that provides in-state tuition grants to undocumented immigrants.
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D.C. attorney general’s office: Housing chair ineligible to serve because of tax debt
The opinion is nonbinding but causes more uncertainty for beleaguered agency.
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Exclusive — Pearl Harbor Historian Wonders If America Can Stay Together Through Its Third Century
America may not have what it takes to stay together in its third century, historian Craig Shirley assessed on the 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor.
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Cop Injured, Suspect Killed As Both Hit By Car During Foot Chase Over Traffic Violation
The officer was pursuing the suspect and the two began a "physical struggle" in a street as the officer tried to take the man into custody.
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