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Ole Miss' Lane Kiffin fires off message after incident with Tennessee fans

Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin had a few hours to collect his thoughts after a win in a raucous atmosphere against Tennessee and fired off a tweet referencing the items that were thrown at him.
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Miami’s best new hotels for 2021
During the chaos of COVID in Miami-Dade County, curfews were instituted and mandates were mocked. South Beach business owners bemoaned the hordes of spring breakers who gathered on pedestrianized Collins Avenue below 15th Street, while crime skyrocketed. But this fall, as the virus slowly abates, crime is down more than 18 percent, and this stretch...
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Internet Backs Woman Who Refused to Work Weekends in Viral Post
She expressed her frustration with the expectation that she would need to respond to last-minute work requests outside of typical work hours with no notice.
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Internet Backs Man Who Says He Refused to Take Down Christmas Lights Despite HOA Complaint
"I'm so tired of unhappy people trying to ruin Christmas for others. Go Griswold my dude," one user commented on the post
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Miami’s hottest new restaurants for 2021
Lee Brian Schrager, founder and director of the Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival, dishes on the best new spots to dine during Art Basel. Como Como | 919 Collins Court Tucked inside the Moxy South Beach, this moody Mesoamerican take on a traditional marisquería (seafood restaurant) features a zesty...
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The lower 48 states are light on snow but Hawaii has a blizzard warning
As of Friday morning, only two states in the US have blizzard warnings -- and they are Alaska and Hawaii. Yes, you read that correctly. In fact, more snow has fallen in Hawaii this season than in Denver, Colorado.
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Madonna Slams 'Jealous' 50 Cent for 'Talking Smack' About Her Racy Photos
Madonna shared a 2003 photo of 50 Cent "pretending to be my friend" after he suggested the 63-year-old was too old to be posing in lingerie.
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Notre Dame promotes Marcus Freeman to head football coach
Notre Dame on Friday officially promoted Marcus Freeman to head football coach after Brian Kelly bolted for LSU earlier in the week.
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South African Student Tested Positive for Omicron in Malaysia Before WHO Alerted to Variant
The Malaysian Health Minister said the student had already arrived in Malaysia and tested positive before South Africa alerted the WHO about their first case.
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Raspy-voiced Biden says cough is due to grandson’s cold, not the coronavirus
“What I have is a one-and-a-half-year-old grandson who had a cold who likes to kiss his pop,” Biden said.
Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's 'Verzuz' battle turns physical
Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's "Verzuz" battle turned real on Thursday night.
Biden Doesn’t Support Vax Mandate for Domestic Flyers ‘At This Point’
Anna MoneymakerAs the number of Omicron variant cases continues to rise in the United States, President Joe Biden said on Friday that he remains opposed to implementing vaccine requirements for domestic air travel, but is leaving the door open to changing his mind.Biden said he didn’t think vaccine requirements for air travel within the country were necessary “at this point.”“I continue to rely on the scientists… right now, they’re saying no,” he said.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Justin Theroux praises ex-wife Jennifer Aniston’s LolaVie haircare line
The "Leftovers" actor says her products really "work," giving LolaVie his stamp of approval on Instagram.
Jury selected in trial of Kim Potter, the former police officer charged in Daunte Wright's death
A jury has been selected in the trial of former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter, charged in the death of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center.
Who is Davide Giri, the Columbia grad student fatally stabbed in NYC?
Davide Giri, 30, was knifed in the stomach in a random attack as he walked back to his Morningside Heights apartment.
Bride who uses wheelchair walks down aisle
Chelsie Hill said it was very difficult and she almost gave up, but her encouraging groom at the end of the aisle helped her get through it.
Baritone Biden: President blames voice change on ‘cold,’ not COVID
A firestorm of speculation broke out online as both journalists in the room and those watching remotely took note of Biden's abnormal tone of voice.
‘The Great British Baking Show: Holidays’: Where’s Noel Fielding? And Who is Tom Allen?
Noel skipped Christmas this year — but for a good reason.
Military Families Can't Use Tap Water at Pearl Harbor Base After Fuel Leaks Into System
The Navy said that 680 Navy homes and 270 Army homes complained of a fuel odor or physical side effects after consuming water from its system.
Astronomers Find Scorching Hot Planet Where A Year Lasts 8 Hours
One of the lightest exoplanets ever discovered, GJ 367b has a surface temperature of over 2,700 degrees Fahrenheit, and orbits a red dwarf star.
COVID Hospitalizations Surge Across U.S., Even in Most Vaccinated States
President Joe Biden's winter plan does not include lockdowns, but it will involve an increased focus on booster shots and more frequent testing.
Porn star Ron Jeremy has new trial date in rape case
In August, Jeremy pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles Superior Court to more than 30 counts of sexual assault, which include 12 counts of rape.
How Exactly Can Scientists Tweak the COVID Vaccine for Omicron?
Thibault Savary/AFP via GettyIf the omicron variant of the coronavirus is different enough from the original variant, it’s possible that existing vaccines won’t be as effective as they have been. If so, it’s likely that companies will need to update their vaccines to better fight omicron. Deborah Fuller is a microbiologist who has been studying mRNA and DNA vaccines for over two decades. Here she explains why vaccines might need to be updated and what that process would look like.Why might vaccines need to be updated?Basically, it’s a question of whether a virus has changed enough so that antibodies created by the original vaccine are no longer able to recognize and fend off the new mutated variant.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Why Paulina Gretzky ‘stayed away from athletes’ before Dustin Johnson
Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky Paulina Gretzky and Dustin Johnson are one of golf’s most beloved couples, but the daughter of hockey great Wayne Gretzky didn’t exactly have her heart set on dating an athlete. While appearing on the “Pillows and Beer” podcast Thursday with “Southern Charm” stars Craig Conover and Austen Kroll, Gretzky opened...
Stephen Colbert Tears Into Supreme Court On ‘The Late Show’: “We Don’t Live In A Democracy”
The late night host addressed many Americans' concerns that the Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Trump Doubts Biden Will Seek Reelection in 2024: 'I Would Not Imagine He Would Be Running'
The former president said he gives his successor an "F minus" for the job he is doing leading the country.
Kamala Harris' staffers leaving White House in part because they fear being labeled 'Harris person': report
A new report revealed that departing staffers for Vice President Harris are leaving their White House posts in part due to concerns of being forever labeled a "Harris person."
AP Top Stories December 3rd
Here's the latest for Friday, December 3: Bulgaria's new parliament convenes for first session; South Korea tightens restrictions on social gatherings as it grapples with bad virus wave; Pope presides over mass in Cyprus as protestors demonstrate outside stadium; Biden lights the national Christmas tree. (Dec. 3)
‘Rick and Morty’s Writers Explain Why Rick’s Backstory Got So Dark [Exclusive]
It's just one behind-the-scenes revelation the Rick and Morty Season 5 box set will bring to fans.
Impa Kasanganay among four fighters no longer on active UFC roster
Four fighters, including Impa Kasanganay, have parted ways with the UFC.      Related StoriesOn the Doorstep: 5 fighters who could make UFC or Bellator with December winsKhamzat Chimaev responds to 'fake gangster' Nate Diaz: 'You are the easiest money for me'UFC on ESPN 31 breakdown: Counters will be key in Rob Font vs. Jose Aldo
Parents of Michigan high school gunman Ethan Crumbley had their own run-ins with law
Michigan high school shooter Ethan Crumbley’s parents – who may be hit with charges in connection with the massacre – have both faced legal trouble before, according to court records.
A gravelly voiced President Biden says he has a cold
President Joe Biden has a cold, he told reporters Friday, after sounding gravelly and congested during remarks about the economy.
Congress passes spending bill and averts government shutdown
Congress has averted a government shutdown after passing a crucial spending bill. But legislators still face a series of deadlines this month. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion joined "CBSN AM" to discuss what's next on the agenda.
Internet Slams Man Who Refuses to Accept Driving Lessons From Girlfriend: 'Grow Up'
"I was never taught to drive, and it's not really necessary because I can Uber, take the bus, or my girlfriend can drive," he wrote.
Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Greene aren’t fringe. They’re leading indicators.
There's a reason GOP leaders are reluctant to condemn their anti-Muslim bigotry.
19 Senate Republicans Voted for Stop-Gap Funding Without Defunding Vaccine Mandate
Nineteen Senate Republicans voted Thursday night to fund the federal government without defunding President Joe Biden's vaccine mandates.
Oklahoma sues over National Guard vaccine requirement
The suit claims the "federal government is trying to disarm the state of Oklahoma from protecting itself."
Oscar De La Hoya addresses claim Travis Barker raised his daughter Atiana
The pro boxer showed love to the Blink-182 drummer on Instagram after a fan tried to stir up drama over their blended family with mutual ex Shanna Moakler.
WorldView: Coach acquitted in assault of French judo champion
A court acquitted a coach accused of domestic violence against Olympic judo champion Margaux Pinot, sparking outrage in France. Pinot had accused her partner and trainer Alain Schmitt of punching and attempting to strangle her during an altercation over the weekend. Ian Lee reports from London on this and other international stories making headlines.
Snow may vanish in Mountain West with climate warming, study finds
Study warns of impending water supply issues due to nearly snowless mountains in about 35 to 60 years
Pregnancy risks increase with age but there's no reason to believe risks 'jump' after turning 35, study suggests
A study shows patients just over 35 had better prenatal care and pregnancy outcomes compared to those who were a few months shy of the cutoff age.
Texas Woman Gives Birth in Parking Lot: 'No Pain, No Medicine, No Doctor'
Lubbock resident Jasmyne Hughes had been sent home from hospital that same day as medical staff thought the baby was not due.
The GOP’s vaccine shutdown gambit, and what it says about who’s in charge
Virtually every House Republican went along with a gambit, despite it being doomed to fail. So what happens when Republicans actually have the power and the will to force the issue?
When Will Supreme Court's Abortion Rulings Come In? Why We Might Be Waiting a While
The Court generally issues all its opinions by the end of term, but that could be in June or even early July.
'Vintage Tom Cruise': Hunky Secret Service agent makes internet swoon
Hot Secret Service agent has posters panting..."Please wrestle me to the ground." CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
SEC Championship: 3 questions as Alabama and Georgia battle it out
Well, we finally made it to the SEC Championship where Georgia and Alabama will battle it out on Saturday afternoon for the conference crown.
'Sabotage and bombings': Journalist on 'open war' between Israel and Iran
New York Times reporter and author of "Rise and Kill First" Ronen Bergman discusses the escalating tensions, sabotage and cyber attacks between Israel and Iran.
48 Hours: Young American couple adopted a 9-year-old Russian girl and later became afraid of her
More than two decades ago, an American couple traveled overseas to adopt a young girl, but they came to fear her. "48 Hours" contributor Troy Roberts sat down with the girl years later to hear her surprising story.
A Majority of Lawmakers Support Overhauling How the Military Handles Serious Crimes. It Still Might Not Happen
Amid partisan standoffs in which Democrats and Republicans are at odds over how to execute the most basic functions of Congress, an unlikely coalition of lawmakers has secured broad bipartisan support to overhaul how the military responds to allegations of serious criminal offenses. Four men behind closed doors could stop them. A provision in the…