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North Korea's Latest Weapons Test Hurls Projectile into Sea of Japan

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pledged to strengthen his country's nuclear capabilities following the departure of former U.S. President Donald Trump.
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German doc accused of doling out 20K homemade COVID ‘vaccines’
Millionaire Dr. Winfried Stöcker said he didn't submit his self-concocted shot for approval to German authorities because that "would take too long and cost millions."
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Mandatory Vaccination Could Be Among Measures Germans Face as COVID Cases Rise Sharply
German lawmakers will decide on new COVID measures on Thursday, considering restrictions on the unvaccinated and a possible vaccine mandate.
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CDC Expands Omicron Variant Monitoring to 4 Airports Servicing South African Flights
The biosurveillance program was expanded to Atlanta's airport, which services flights from Johannesburg.
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Nikola Jokic partied with brothers in Miami after Nuggets beat the Heat
After the Nuggets topped the Heat on Monday, 120-111, center Nikola Jokic partied the night away with his brothers in Miami.
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Mike Tomlin doesn’t care for Chase Claypool’s practice music suggestion
Chase Claypool suggested some music to help liven up Steelers practices. Coach Mike Tomlin wants him to concentrate on playing receiver instead.
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Getting a booster shot? Here are 10 products that may help ease discomfort
COVID-19 vaccine booster shots from Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson may come with side effects—these products can help treat the symptoms.     
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Did Alan Ruck really crash a Ferrari in ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’?
The sleek 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder shockingly crashed through a window in the coming-of-age 1986 film.
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How a Discarded Coffee Cup Led Police to Alleged Rapist Who Beat Woman, Left Her for Dead
The information on the cup allowed authorities to track down and arrest a suspect only hours after the attack.
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Kemba Walker confidant ‘taken aback’ by sudden Knicks benching
Knicks point guard Kemba Walker has not commented yet as of Tuesday afternoon, but his camp was surprised at the recent the turn of events.
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Murdaugh 911 call in housekeeper Gloria Satterfield's alleged fall released: 'Stop asking so many questions'
South Carolina authorities on Tuesday released the full, unredacted version of the 911 call for Gloria Satterfield, a housekeeper for prominent lawyer Alex Murdaugh.
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Jerome Powell suggests it’s time to stop describing inflation as ‘transitory’
Fed chairman Jerome Powell explained that "transitory" has “different meanings to different people" and that it is time "to explain more clearly what we mean."
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Brad Marchand confirms Russia dig at Artemi Panarin: ‘Softest league in the world’
Brad Marchand isn't apologizing. He's doubling down.
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Jesse Jackson Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about the life of civil rights activist and clergyman Jesse Jackson.
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Meta exec behind Facebook's cryptocurrency project to step down
David Marcus, the executive in charge of the troubled cryptocurrency project at Meta Platforms — the company formerly known as Facebook — announced Tuesday he will step down at the end of the year to pursue other projects.
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Jennifer Coolidge: I gained 30 to 40 pounds ‘eating myself to death’ amid COVID
Coolidge told us that she almost turned down her iconic role in "White Lotus" because she thought she was too heavy for the role. 
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NYC estate of famed Bergdorf and Gucci exec Dawn Mello sells for $2.5M
A penthouse owned by late fashion powerhouse Dawn Mello — the former president of Bergdorf Goodman, mentor to Donna Karan, and Gucci chief designer — has found a buyer.
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Josephine Baker Becomes First Black Woman Inducted Into France’s Pantheon
(PARIS) — The U.S.-born entertainer, anti-Nazi spy and civil rights activist Josephine Baker was inducted into France’s Pantheon on Tuesday, becoming the first Black woman to receive the nation’s highest honor. Baker’s voice resonated through streets of Paris’ famed Left Bank as recordings from her extraordinary career kicked off an elaborate ceremony at the domed…
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3 dead, 6 injured in Michigan high school shooting; 15-year-old suspect in custody, authorities say
A student was taken into custody after authorities say he fatally shot three students and injured six other people at a high school north of Detroit.      
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Aaron Rodgers said surgery is still possible for his toe during bye, but Packers QB vows he won't miss time
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said on the "Pat McAfee Show" that surgery remained an option, even during the bye week, but he won't miss time.       
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Why Wednesday is a big day for abortion at the Supreme Court
The justices could decide whether to end 50 years of abortion protections with a case from Mississippi.
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Olivia Rodrigo packs on the PDA with boyfriend Adam Faze
Page Six confirmed in July that the "Drivers License" singer and the producer began dating after being friends. The pair have yet to walk a red carpet together.
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Fashion legend JoAnn Berman lists eclectic Brooklyn home for $1.5M
Fashion and furniture designer JoAnn Berman — whose clients include Madonna, Bette Midler, Cher, Salt-N-Pepa, Puff Daddy, Rihanna, Patricia Field and Betsey Johnson — is listing her Bed-Stuy row house for nearly $1.5 million. The 3,000-square-foot space, at 301A Hart St., is divided into an owner’s triplex (with four bedrooms and 2 ½ baths) and...
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Here are four reasons why college football coaches salaries have gone crazy
The college football coaching marketplace has been rocked by massive contracts in recent days, with some blueblood programs outmaneuvering others.       
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Rihanna Is Officially a National Hero in Newly-Independent Barbados
Randy Brooks/AFP/GettyOn Monday night, Barbados celebrated its final separation from the United Kingdom and Queen Elizabeth II’s removal as head of state. One of the newly independent republic’s inaugural acts? Naming Rihanna a national hero.The timing of Monday’s Pride of Nationhood ceremony was apt, as The New York Times pointed out—the date marked exactly 55 years since the island nation gained its independence from England. The celebration took place in Barbados’ capital, Bridgetown—where Rihanna also grew up and where a street is now named in her honor. Former governor-general Sandra Mason swears in Tuesday as Barbados’ first president, and the nation will remain part of the Commonwealth. Prime Minister Mia Mottley bestowed Rihanna’s National Hero title with a nod to one of the singer and Fenty founder’s most recognizable songs. “May you continue to shine like a diamond,” she said, “and continue to bring honor to your nation by your words, by your actions, and to do credit wherever you shall go.” Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Kim Potter to Testify About Daunte Wright's Death as 3 Jurors Seated for Upcoming Trial
Ex-police officer has been charged with first- and second-degree manslaughter after shooting Wright at a traffic stop in April in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.
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Administration working with vaccine manufacturers to 'develop contingency plans' amid new variant
The Biden administration is coordinating with Covid-19 vaccine manufacturers to develop contingency plans in the event future coronavirus vaccines need to be modified, including to fight the Omicron variant, the White House's Covid-19 response coordinator said Tuesday.
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‘Hamilton’ stars Anthony Ramos and Jasmine Cephas Jones break up
The couple reportedly met during rehearsals for "Hamilton," when it was still an off-Broadway play, in 2015. They began dating shortly after and got engaged in 2018.
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Why One Mom’s Viral Video About Her Night Doula Made So Many People So Angry
A longtime doula explains.
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Robert Griffin III promises to expose a lot in new book about ‘dysfunctional’ Washington Football Team
Robert Griffin III is promising a bombshell book.
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Elizabeth Holmes Accuses Ex-Lover, Business Partner of Abuse
The Theranos founder said she fell under Sunny Balwani's sway after she dropped out of Stanford in 2003 to found the company
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Adrienne Shelly’s widower confronts her killer in new doc
Andy Ostroy treasures the photographs he’s taken over the years of his daughter, Sophie. They capture the milestones in her life: first days at school, triumphs in soccer and even her attempts to ride a bicycle without training wheels. In a heartbreaking scene from “Adrienne,” the documentary — premiering Wednesday on HBO — Ostroy directed...
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Op-Ed: Japan demands COVID tests and tracking. California, not so much. Which is right?
Ten times in 21 months I've flown between Japan and California, and on every occassion I've come away shocked at how starkly Far East and Far West inhabit different COVID universes.
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Live updates: Multiple injured after shooting at Michigan high school
One suspect is in custody, and police said they believe that person is the only shooter.
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See it: Cuomo smirks as creepy comments read back to him during AG probe
Video of then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo testifying in the state Attorney General probe of sexual harassment claims against him shows a selectively forgetful, conceited and often defiant.
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U.K. Blocks Facebook From Buying Giphy, Says Deal Stifles Competition for Animated Images
"By requiring Facebook to sell Giphy, we are protecting millions of social media users and promoting competition and innovation," said Stuart McIntosh.
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Bees with a taste for rotting flesh evolved to have guts like vultures, researchers find
Researchers say a species of bees evolved to have an extra tooth for biting and a gut that more closely resembles a vulture's.       
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Judges Suggest Trump's Executive Privilege Claim May Upset WH's Relationship With Congress
To date, Trump has made at least four assertions of executive privilege since leaving office in an attempt to block the release of sensitive information.
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An Alabama city is facing a $25,000 fine for changing a street named after Jefferson Davis
The capital of Alabama is coming under fire and facing a large fine after removing a street name honoring president of the Confederacy.
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Column: Raking in profits, Moderna denies government scientists credit for the COVID vaccine
Thanks to the astounding success of its COVID-19 vaccine, Moderna is locked in a fierce battle with the U.S. government over who should get credit.
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Director Adam McKay explains how his Lakers project led to a split with Will Ferrell
"Don't Look Up" director Adam McKay talks candidly about his split with longtime creative partner Will Ferrell for the first time in a new Vanity Fair profile.
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Switzerland may reintroduce work-from-home mandate amid Omicron variant
Switzerland may reintroduce a work-from-home mandate to stop rising COVID-19 cases and limit the spread of the new Omicron variant, the government said after an emergency meeting Tuesday.
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Testing labs brace for first U.S. cases of Omicron
The U.S. surveillance system is in a far stronger position than when the Covid-19 Alpha variant emerged last year.
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California's High-Capacity Magazine Ban Upheld, Gun Rights Groups to Appeal to SCOTUS
"The statute outlaws no weapon, but only limits the size of the magazine that may be used with firearms," the judges ruled in a 7-4 decision.
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Melissa Gilbert’s husband drove from New York to Chicago to drop off clothes for her
Gilbert is happily ensconced in Chicago playing a therapist in "When Harry Met Rehab," a play loosely inspired by the city's well-known stand-up comic Harry Teinowitz.
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New York City opens nation's first supervised injection sites
The opioid crisis has plagued the nation for years, and the pandemic only made the situation worse. Advocates hope New York City's new supervised injection sites will help.
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New York City Opening Safe Sites for Narcotics Use After Setting Overdose Record in 2020
There were more than 2,060 overdoses in New York City during 2020. The CDC estimated the U.S. had more than 93,000 overdoses last year, up 30 percent from 2019.
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Netflix Previews 2022 Geeked Slate: ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4, ‘Umbrella Academy’ Season 3, ‘Resident Evil’ Series & More
Vampires and demogorgons and zombies, oh my!
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Bidenflation Sends Consumer Confidence Stumbling to 9-Month Low
High and rising inflation is convincing more people that business conditions are poor and the labor market will weaken in the months ahead.
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