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Nic Claxton’s defensive versatility makes him underrated asset to Nets

In the Nets’ preseason finale, Nic Claxton showed why he could be such a valuable asset this season.
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Letters to the Editor — Dec. 2, 2021
New York Post readers sound off on CNN suspending Chris Cuomo for inappropriately helping his brother Andrew Cuomo and the drive by left-leaning Arizona State students to have Kyle Rittenhouse booted.
Russian National Sentenced to Prison for Creating Online 'Safe Haven' for Cybercriminals
The man pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to engage in a racketeer-influenced corrupt organization.
How Eric Adams can undo de Blasio’s damage to gifted and talented programs — and NYC’s neediest kids
Mayor Bill de Blasio last month announced his wrongheaded decision to subvert the will of public-school parents and end the Department of Education’s gifted and talented programs. Just as we successfully stopped de Blasio from destroying the city’s specialized high schools, we pledge to fight this new proposal with every fiber of our being. We’re...
Day Care Company Sued By Mother of Toddler Allegedly Slung Against Furniture By Worker
The Sunshine House's location in Aiken, South Carolina, is under fire after an alleged incident involving a 3-year-old boy.
Trump 'stoked' crowd on January 6 and should be held accountable, federal judge says
A federal judge suggested Wednesday that Donald Trump and others who spoke at the "Stop the Steal" rally on January 6 should be held accountable for the US Capitol riot that followed, saying the then-President "stoked" the crowd and "might've inspired what happened."
Investigators seek public help identifying Samuel Little victims
Authorities believe Little, the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history, is responsible for up to 31 additional unsolved murders.
Serial killer Samuel Little confesses to murdering 93 people
Texas Ranger James Holland tells "60 Minutes" how he got serial killer Samuel Little to confess to his crimes. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.
LeBron James convinced ‘something REAL fishy’ going on amid COVID absence
While it has not been confirmed that James tested positive for COVID-19, reported that the Lakers star is expected to miss several games.
President Biden's HIV/AIDS strategy to include new emphasis on older Americans
On World AIDS Day, President Joe Biden laid out an HIV/AIDS strategy, including a focus on the growing population of people aging with HIV.
Supreme Court hears oral arguments in high-stakes abortion case
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, a Mississippi case that has the potential to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, which established the constitutional right to an abortion. Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, a professor of constitutional law at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, joined CBSN to discuss.
Pr. George’s police officer charged with felony child abuse, suspended without pay
Cpl. Benjamin Lazic is suspended without pay, department officials said.
'White Lotus' star Jennifer Coolidge almost turned down role because of weight gain
Jennifer Coolidge admitted she was nervous to be on camera after her "excessive eating during COVID."
Del Rio, Texas sees illegal immigrants pour in from around the world
The migrants caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border at the sector are not just coming from South American countries, with many coming from Africa and the Middle East.
Opinion: Brian Kelly's high-minded words, promises don't match his actions
Brian Kelly's contract with LSU will pay him $100 million over 10 years, making him first public-school football coach to sign a nine-figure deal.
George Soros has blood on his hands for the rise in killings nationwide
The crime wave sweeping across the country is the direct result of a years-long campaign by George Soros to bankroll the election of far-left district attorneys.
Body camera footage shows Braves’ Marcell Ozuna grabbing wife’s neck
The Braves Marcell Ozuna had received a retroactive 20-game suspension on Monday for violating Major League Baseball’s domestic violence policy.
Why do we hang Christmas stockings? The history of the holiday tradition
Here’s what you need to know about the holiday tradition.
Sophia Bush unveils her top 8 holiday gifts from Amazon Launchpad
Sophia Bush teamed up with Amazon Launchpad to support small businesses and curate a holiday gift guide you won't want to miss.
How a little girl’s ‘growing pains’ turned out to be rare signs of cancer
A couple were heartbroken to be told their daughter, 6, was riddled with cancer, after what they thought was just growing pains.
NBC producer appears to admit ordering freelancer to tail Rittenhouse jury bus: Kenosha police video
A police video of the encounter between the Kenosha, Wisconsin police department, NBC freelancer James Morrison, and NBC booking producer Irene Byon shows the latter admitting that she instructed Morrison to follow a vehicle containing jurors in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
Disney names Susan Arnold chair of the board, replacing Iger
Bob Iger, who was replaced by Bob Chapek as CEO last year, is leaving the company at the end of December.
Cryptocurrency firm executives to testify before Congress
The top executives of eight major cryptocurrency firms, including Coinbase Global Inc., will testify before the U.S. House Financial Services Committee on Dec. 8.
How the GOP threatens harm to red state residents, as revealed in a new study
It's become a cliche, but Republicans are voting against their constituents' material interests.
Jimmy Crute moves past odd TKO loss, ready for UFC on ESPN 31 'fireworks' with Jamahal Hill
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Fauci's prescription is more government, as Biden likely to issue new unscientific 'gut' edicts: Rand Paul
Dr. Rand Paul, a Kentucky Republican senator, offered his response to comments by Dr. Anthony Fauci on the new coronavirus variant.
Facebook Parent Meta Removes China-Based Network Pushing COVID-19 Misinformation
Meta said it removed a China-based network of more than 500 Facebook accounts
Scientists have made a plastic cup out of salmon sperm — yes, sperm
Researchers developed a biodegradable plastic derived from salmon sperm that creates less than 5% of the carbon emissions resulting from conventional plastics.
Aaron Rodgers is the MVP, but vaccine-mandating 'journalists' may refuse to vote for him
Pat McAfee joked with Aaron Rodgers in November that Rodgers’ vaccination status and nebulous claims of immunization could cost him future MVP awards.
Alessandra Ambrosio explains why she posed nude for new photo book: ‘It was something very special’
The former Victoria’s Secret Angel teamed up with Stewart Shining for a coffee table book titled “Alessandra,” which features never-before-seen shots, new editorial images, throwback snaps and more intimate nude photographs.
NYC Could See About 1,100 Corrections Officers Suspended After Failure to Get COVID Shot
Mayor Bill de Blasio expects that as workers start to miss paychecks and exemptions are denied, more will be fully vaccinated.
Toy deals 2021 for every kid on your list this holiday season
Cyber Monday is here, which means Christmas is less than four weeks away. If you’re just getting started on holiday shopping for the kids in your life, those digital sale posters and emails flooding your inbox may be overwhelming.
Trump Believes Harry Will 'Regret' Life With Meghan Markle
The former president accused the Duchess of Sussex of using Prince Harry and acting inappropriately in calling U.S. senators to push for paid family leave.
Federal Reserve Can't Be Sure Inflation Will Ease in 2022, Prices 'Higher' Than Expected
Jerome Powell told a House committee Wednesday it's not possible to be sure when inflation will improve, but the pandemic fading would make it more likely.
The Supreme Court Wrestles With Abortion
Charles Blow, Ross Douthat, Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Michelle Goldberg agree on one thing after oral arguments: It’s not looking good for Roe.
OnPolitics: The lawsuit that could end abortion rights
In nearly two hours of debate, Supreme Court justices wrestled with the potential impact of overturning Roe v. Wade.
Listen to Episode 9 of the ‘Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast’
Andrew Marchand and John Ourand discuss the NFL's ratings dominance, the futures of Troy Aikman, Cris Collinsworth and Al Michaels.
Holiday gift out of stock? Heineken to offer free beer "IOU"
Consumers who can show that supply-chain snarls are foiling their gift giving have a chance to win free suds.
Opinion: WTA shows what leadership is in standing up to China and supporting Peng Shuai
The WTA suspended its tournaments in China after being rebuffed in efforts to talk with Peng Shuai, who accused a top Chinese official of assault.
Science proves Roe v. Wade wrong. Humanity doesn't start at 20 weeks: Lila Rose
Why should the Supreme Court rule that life at 15 weeks is not a life worth saving, but life at 20 weeks is?
Brian Laundrie's parents seen hiking in Myakkahatchee Creek park following son's death
Deceased fugitive Brian Laundrie's parents, Chris and Roberta Laundrie, were seen walking in the park where their son's remains were found on Nov. 30.
Katie Curran O’Malley, retired judge and former first lady, launches bid for Maryland attorney general
If she is elected — in addition to becoming the first woman to hold the office — O’Malley and her father would be the first father-daughter duo to serve in the position.
AOC slams 'Ku Klux Klan caucus' within the House GOP
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Wednesday alleged that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., is working with what she described as his “Ku Klux Klan caucus” to enable violent threats against Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and other women of color in Congress.
Here’s what we know about the students who were killed at Oxford High.
One was a star football player. Another was on the school’s bowling team.
Dolly Parton talks being a ‘boss’ and working with ‘vampires’: ‘I kick ass’
She may be famous for workin’ 9 to 5, but Dolly Parton is making sure her employees are putting in the hard yards too. The country music icon — who boasts an array of businesses, ranging from the Dollywood theme park to the brand new “Scent From Above” fragrance — spoke out about being a...
Biden marks World AIDS Day by renewing support for worldwide goal of ending the epidemic by 2030
In his first year in office, Biden has reinstated the White House Office of National AIDS Policy.
Thieves Break Into Bay Area Restaurant to Host Party, Steal Equipment, Owners Claim
A spokesperson for the San Francisco Police said that while the owners reported the incident as a burglary, police found "no evidence of forced entry."
Ethan Crumbley, his parents had school meeting over ‘behavior’ just hours before attack
Accused Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley was hauled into the school with his parents over his “behavior in the classroom” just hours before the deadly rampage. After first being talked to by school officials on Monday, Crumbley and his parents were hauled into the school Tuesday to meet with administrators, a short time before...
USC's new hire Lincoln Riley needs a house. What's on the market for a top football coach?
Norman, Okla., real estate is much different from Southern California's. What can Lincoln Riley, USC's new coach, buy on a multimillion-dollar budget?