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New trailer for 'The Batman' shows a gritty Gotham featuring several familiar foes

The new trailer for "The Batman," the latest reboot of the iconic movie franchise, features a recognizably dark and gritty Gotham and previews the return of several of the superhero's most infamous enemies.
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Devin Nunes' Cow Celebrates Congressman's Resignation: 'Anyone Up For an Epic Party?'
The parody Twitter account has been the focus of legal battles from the California congressman for years.
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Olivia Rodrigo 'Sour' Tour: 2022 Dates, Tickets, Setlist & More
Pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo has announced her "Sour" Tour dates for 2022 — here's the lowdown.
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UAE's stunning Expo pavilion is topped by 'falcon wings'
Designed by Santiago Calatrava, the UAE pavilion is one of the architectural highlights of Expo 2020 Dubai.
Jussie Smollett testimony: Actor says he received text from CNN's Don Lemon during police investigation
How the West Can Prevent a War in Ukraine
The U.S. and Europe should make clear that Russia will pay a heavy price for invading a sovereign state.
Why de Blasio’s heavy-handed vaccine mandate probably won’t last
Bill de Blasio’s vaccine mandate in New York is nothing less than a grandstanding move by a lame duck and may last only a few days.
A giant 'black box' will gather all climate data for future civilizations to learn from
The "black box" will tell future civilizations how humankind created the climate crisis, and how we failed or succeeded to address it.
Michigan school shooting could have been prevented given warning signs, prosecutor says
One week after a school shooting in Michigan that killed four students and led to the manhunt and arrest of the suspect's parents, officials are wondering how the tragedy could have been prevented.
Ahead of Biden’s Democracy Summit, China Says: We’re Also a Democracy
Beijing argues that its system represents a distinctive form of democracy, one that has dealt better than the West with challenges like the pandemic.
Bannon's lawyers balk at government's push for a speedy trial
The former top White House aide is facing contempt charges related to the January 6 attack on the Capitol, and his lawyers say the case should not be tried on a "rushed basis."
Greg Gutfeld: The worse you feel about America, the better CNN does
CNN is not about ratings, it's about reach. Meaning that the network exists only to create angry clips of fake news which they then disperse on the internet, where its influence is really peddled.
Hawaii faces life-threatening flooding after some areas of the state see more than a foot of rain in 48 hours
Relentless rain in Hawaii has left parts of the state under the threat of "significant and life-threatening flooding," the National Weather Service in Honolulu said Monday night, with some areas already tallying more than a foot of rain over a 48-hour span.
Instagram unveils new teen safety tools ahead of Senate hearing
Instagram announced the tools designed for its youngest users and their parents a day before the app's head, Adam Mosseri, testifies to the Senate about Instagram's potential risks to kids and teens.
Instagram is touting safety features for teens. Mental health advocates aren’t buying it.
The changes come one day before its CEO testifies before Congress about the app’s impact on young people.
Instagram will now tell users when to take a break from using the app
Just a day before the head of Instagram will face questions from lawmakers over its child safety practices, the company is rolling out a handful of new features aimed at making it harder for users, particularly teenagers, to fall down rabbit holes that could be harmful to their mental health.
Oxford district declined offer to launch independent review into school shooting, Michigan AG says
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said late Monday that Oxford school officials have declined her offer of an independent review of the shooting.       
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‘Cheugy,’ ‘omicron’ among 2021’s most mispronounced words
“Cheugy” is apparently a lot to chew on. Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Billie Eilish and Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce have something in common — broadcasters butcher their names.
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Bob Costas shares personal story on Beijing's playbook of repressing criticism
Veteran American sports commentator Bob Costas joins CNN's Erin Burnett to discuss the Biden administration's decision to partially boycott the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
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As millions fell into poverty during the pandemic, billionaires' wealth soared
The coronavirus pandemic has worsened the massive financial gap between rich and poor around the world, a new report has found.
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UPenn transgender swimmer continues dominant season with more record-breaking wins
A 22-year old transgender swimmer at the University of Pennsylvania continued her dominant performance this season -- setting numerous pool, meet and program records at a three-day event in Ohio last weekend.
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State of emergency declared in Hawaii, forecasters warn of 'catastrophic' flooding
A powerful storm system is pounding Hawaii with heavy rain, and forecasters warn about the chance for "dangerous" and "catastrophic" flooding.      
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Texas could test one of Biden's core political bets
No state may benefit more than Texas from the social programs included in President Joe Biden's Build Back Better agenda, an array of recent analyses show -- despite the fierce opposition to the bill from the state's Republican leadership. And over time that dynamic could make the state a crucial proving ground for one of the White House's core political bets.
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China threatens the US with retaliation over diplomatic boycott of Winter Olympics
China has threatened the Biden administration with retaliation over its decision to impose a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, warning the move could damage bilateral relations.
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‘War in the Air’: Russia Has Some CHOICE Words for America Ahead of Putin-Biden Talk
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Photos GettyAs U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin prepare for their Tuesday video summit, Russian state media is broadcasting its own predictions about the goals of the meeting—and the outcome of the talks.The latest Russian media tirades have made one point very clear: gone are the days when Putin’s Russia sought to be treated as an equal with the West. Today, the Kremlin strives to dictate its terms to the world’s leading superpower, using military blackmail to make a point.The U.S. recently revealed its intelligence assessments that Russia could be planning to invade Ukraine as soon as early 2022. This data has been shared with EU and NATO allies, bringing them up-to-date on Moscow’s ongoing military scheme. On Sunday’s state TV show Vesti Nedeli, notorious propagandist Dmitry Kiselyov scoffed at Biden’s statement about not recognizing Russia’s “red lines” when it comes to Ukraine, and predicted that over the course of the summit, Putin will snap Biden “back to reality.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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A Crisis of Masculinity as Robots Replace Men
The loss of blue-collar jobs to automation reduces men’s marriage prospects. That has consequences.
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David Letterman takes aim at Bill Belichick as Patriots coach became source of amusement on ManningCast
ESPN's primary telecast spared Bill Belichick during an embarrassing moment caught on national TV. There was no such luck on the ManningCast.      
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Biden 'so weak,' not equipped for face off with Vladimir Putin: Laura Ingraham
Laura Ingraham comments on escalations between Ukraine and Russia in light of Joe Biden presidency on "Ingraham Angle" Monday.
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Mandy Moore honors airline pilot father as he retires after 42 years: 'I hope you’re proud'
"This Is Us" actress Mandy Moore paid tribute to her father as he retired as a pilot from American Airlines after 42 years.
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Hawaii health officials order Navy to clean up contaminated drinking water after families are forced to move out of their homes
The Hawaii Department of Health is ordering the Navy to take immediate action to address contaminated drinking water at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, an issue that has forced more than 700 people from their homes and left parents fearing the water they bathed their children in made them sick.
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Marine, 20, killed while helping crash victims on California interstate
A 20-year-old Marine died early Monday on Interstate 5 in Southern California while attempting to assist two people who were involved in an earlier crash.
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Chris Cuomo saga: CNN's Don Lemon ignores firing of disgraced bestie
CNN anchor Don Lemon offered zero acknowledgment of his fallen primetime bestie Chris Cuomo on his show Monday night.
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Tucker Carlson: Peaceful assembly is suddenly a crime depending upon who you voted for
Tucker Carlson examines the Democrats' hypocrisy in their response to political dissent.
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Texas Highway Department Says 'Let's Go Brandon' Road Sign is Not Theirs
The state's highway department said the sign was posted by a contractor, and not the state itself.
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F1 down to the wire in thrilling title fight
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Dangerous storm threatens havoc across Hawaiian archipelago
From the empty shores of Oahu’s Waikiki Beach to the snowy summit of the Big Island’s highest peak, an unusually strong winter storm is clobbering the Hawaiian Islands and raising the threat of dangerous flash floods, landslides and crashing tree limbs.
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Clippers grind out win against shorthanded Trail Blazers
The Clippers pulled away late to beat the Trail Blazers 102-90 on Monday in Portland to improve 13-12 on the season.
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What to watch on Tuesday: ‘Nicole Byer: BBW (Big Beautiful Weirdo)” debuts on Netflix
Tuesday, December 7, 2021 I “2021 People’s Choice Awards” airs on NBC.
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These are red flags students and schools can look out for to help prevent school violence
The clues can range from subtle to overt. And students are often in the best position to notice concerning behavior, a former FBI special agent and profiler says.
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Drake withdraws Grammy nominations from final 2022 ballot
"Fair Trade" rapper Drake has withdrawn his two Grammy nominations from the final ballot.
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Can Germany’s New Chancellor Revive the Left in Europe?
Olaf Scholz wants to win back workers who defected to the populist far right. Success could make him a model for Social Democrats everywhere.
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Texas substitute teacher sings ‘Toxic’ during class with karaoke machine, asked to leave: report
Allegations of toxic culture inside schools seem to have taken on a whole new meaning inside one Texas classroom.
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Bill de Blasio’s vaccine mandate will force companies to question staying in New York City: Borelli
New York City councilman Joe Borelli joins 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' with reaction to Mayor de Blasio's vaccine mandate for private companies.
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David Perdue on Georgia governor bid: I got in to 'stop' Stacey Abrams
Former U.S. Sen David Perdue, R-Ga. is challenging Peach State Gov. Brian Kemp in the 2022 Republican primary and told "Hannity" the incumbent has lost the confidence of Georgians.
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68 Spanish hospital workers test positive for COVID-19 after Christmas party
A total of 68 doctors and nurses who work at a Spanish hospital have tested positive for COVID-19 since attending a massive Christmas party last week, officials said Monday.
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SNL Alums Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer Reunite for the Ultimate Christmas Movie Parody
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyDuring the three years they overlapped in the cast of Saturday Night Live, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer didn’t have “some big sketch together.” But they always made each other laugh and have kept looking for new ways to collaborate since leaving the show. Now, they have reunited in a big way, co-writing and co-staring in A Clüsterfünke Christmas, their new parody of those guilty pleasure Hallmark and Lifetime Christmas movies for Comedy Central.In this week’s episode of The Last Laugh podcast, Dratch and Gasteyer break down how they pulled off their spot-on send-up and reminisce about the highs and lows of their time on SNL—from behind-the-scenes antics to wild after parties to the struggles they faced in the entertainment industry when they each decided to move on.When I let the pair of comedians know that their new movie really got me into the holiday spirit early, Gasteyer exclaims, “How exciting! That was the goal. If it didn’t, that would be sad.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Stallone Says 'Storm' in Instagram Post Was Not Tied to QAnon, That He Meant 'Thunderstorm'
Stallone recently excited QAnon supporters by posting an Instagram picture of himself wearing a "Q" hat and captioning it "Heading into the Storm."
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Man sentenced for running fake Biden, Trump PACs
A Las Vegas fraudster was sentenced Monday to four years behind bars after he allegedly ran a scam through phony PACs for Joe Biden and Donald Trump during the 2020 election.
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Anti-Vax Christian TV Mogul Laid to Rest as His Daystar Network Airs COVID Lies
Daystar TelevisionWe are taught not to speak ill of the dead, these now including 64-year-old Marcus Lamb, the anti-vax, pro-ivermectin televangelist who died of COVID-19 last week.But what of the still living who may join the dead if they listen to the falsehoods about the virus and the vaccines that were being aired by Lamb’s television network even as his funeral was held at a Texas megachurch on Monday?Among the shows available for streaming on the Daystar Christian TV network valued at more than $1 billion and capable of reaching 2 billion viewers is one from last Mother’s Day, in which Lamb actually insisted that his opposition to the vaccine was an effort to save lives. That, and to thwart the Devil.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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