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'Ooh, the disrespect': Sheryl Lee Ralph shades Jimmy Kimmel's bit at the Emmys

The Emmy winner expressed her discontent with the late-night host and said that Kimmel 'understood.'


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The Taxi Air Jordan 1 is
On today's episode of SD, Sykes dives into the Taxi Air Jordan 1 and ranks it among the BEST Jordan 1s that have come out so far this year. Tap in to find out where.      
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Ginni Thomas tells Jan. 6 panel Justice Thomas was unaware of her Meadows texts
Her husband was "completely unaware of my texts with Mark Meadows until this committee leaked them to the press while he was in a hospital bed fighting an infection," Ginni Thomas said.
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2023 Met Gala theme revealed: Exhibit to honor designer who said ‘fashion is not art’
Fashion's hottest night at the Metropolitan Museum of Art has been revealed.
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Russians Fleeing Putin's Draft Can't Stay in Europe, EU Says
The European Union is calling for a stricter security assessment of every Russian trying to flee the country for the EU.
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Putin moves to annex 4 Ukraine regions despite global outcry
The Russian leader launched the process to unilaterally annex a huge swath of the country, and vowed to hold them by "all available means."
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Suspect charged with murder in stabbing of FDNY EMT: cops
The maniac who allegedly stabbed veteran FDNY EMT Lt. Alison Russo-Elling to death in an unprovoked Queens attack has been charged with murder, cops said Friday.
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What you need to know about Brazil's presidential election
As one of the world's largest democracies heads to the polls on Sunday, here are the main candidates and issues in the Brazilian election.
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Newsletter: Midterm races tighten as election enters the final stretch
The election battleground has narrowed as some races move out of contention. Control of the Senate remains very uncertain.
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Is 'Blonde' a bomb?
"Blonde," a new film about Marilyn Monroe, would seem to be Oscar bait. A frosty reception might derail its chances.
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Teaching kids how to create a safe space, one downward dog at a time
In a world that can often feel out of control, People's Yoga aims to teach kids how to create a safe place of their own through mindfulness and meditation.
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Critics of Netflix's controversial 'Dahmer' open up about lack of 'respect' they felt
The Times spoke to the most public critics of the streamer's No. 1 new series about why they object to 'Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.'
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The weirdest town names in all 50 states, from Ketchuptown to Monkey's Eyebrow.
Ever driven past a billboard announcing a town name and done a double take? We're unpacking the most head-turning city and town names in America.     
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Review: The author of a literary classic, Helen DeWitt tries a novella on for size
Helen DeWitt is best known for her vast, learned and hilarious novel 'The Last Samurai.' Her new novella packs the same punch into 60 delicious pages.
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Joy Reid gloats Ron DeSantis going ‘hat in hand’ to Biden for aid
On Thursday's episode of her nightly talk show "The ReidOut," Reid noted that the Republican DeSantis must now "go hat in hand to Joe Biden for aid."
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Op-Ed: Online gambling from Prop. 27 wouldn't solve a bigger issue for California's tribes
Our state needs a formal process to support Native American tribes that lack federal recognition.
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Iranian American Oscar Nominee Cautions Against Any Negotiations With Iran
Tehran-born actress and activist Shohreh Aghdashloo fled Iran before the Islamic Revolution, when she was 25. She sees new hope in the protests today.
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Young adults in California experience alarming rates of anxiety and depression, poll finds
A poll of young Californians finds a generation feeling the strain of problems from the cost of housing to a lack of healthcare.
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Column: Did the pandemic finally give working Americans power over their employers? Not really
The prevailing narrative says the pandemic gave workers more leverage over their employers. Unfortunately, it's not true.
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Which “Hocus Pocus” character are you based on your zodiac sign?
The black flame candle has once again been lit and after almost three decades "Hocus Pocus 2," the sequel to the 1993 cult classic film ,has returned. Starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimi, the film promises magic as spooky and spellbinding as ever before. But which zodiac signs rule them all?
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Strike some fun with bowling and arcade reservations at Bowlero
This is right up your alley.
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Hurricane Ian regains strength as it takes aim at the Carolinas
Hurricane Ian continued regaining strength overnight as it took aim at the Carolinas Friday -- with more than 2 million in Florida waking without power to survey the historic death and destruction left in its path.
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Army major and wife indicted for conspiring to give Russia medical secrets
The two, who work as healthcare providers, in August revealed to an undercover FBI agent their willingness to give Russia medical information to help its invasion of Ukraine.
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Defense theory: Shooter used her toe to pull the trigger
Odd crime scene raises odd question in the deaths of millionaire mom Pam Hargan and daughter Helen.
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Can Porsche cure an ailing IPO market?
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Ian reforms as hurricane eyeing the Carolinas, upcoming SCOTUS cases: 5 Things podcast
Hurricane Ian killed at least 14 in Florida and is now headed to the Carolinas, was cooking chicken in Nyquil a real TikTok trend?: 5 Things podcast       
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Corentin Moutet, Adrian Andreev in tennis handshake fight after ‘f–k you’ taunt
Top seed Moutet was upset by Bulgarian wildcard Andreev 2-6 7-6 7-6 in a hard-fought Round of 16 clash. But when they approached the net afterwards, Andreev slapped Moutet’s hand and reluctantly shook it.
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Woman 'Gutted' by Partner Attending Wedding Abroad Without Her Splits Views
"No, you're not entitled to a free holiday," commented one Mumsnet user.
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Candace Owens 'Offended' by Lizzo Playing James Madison's Crystal Flute
"It's like spraying graffiti on a historical building and going, 'Oh, it's art.' No, it's not art," said Owens on a recent episode of her show "Candace."
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Candidates recognize the power of TikTok, "for better or worse"
As TikTok's popularity has exploded, candidates realize that's where young people are getting their information.
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Illegal annexation fails to hide gulf between what Putin wants and what his forces can hold
It is a moment of two completely incompatible events. One staged in Moscow, of a pen on paper, theater and imperialist expansion. The other the slow, methodical advance of Ukraine's forces through poorly supplied and commanded Russian positions.
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Reflecting on the Las Vegas Harvest Music Festival shooting five years later
A new four-part documentary from Paramount+ called "11 minutes'' features in-depth interviews with people who survived the Harvest Music Festival shooting in Las Vegas five years ago, including radio host Storme Warren. He joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss the documentary and reflect on what he remembers from that day, which was the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history.
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Small protests appear in Havana over islandwide blackout
A few hundred Cubans have taken to the streets in Havana demanding the restoration of electricity, protesting more than two days after a blackout hit the entire island following the passage of Hurricane Ian
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Undefeated Sumiko Inaba trusting the process laid out by Scott Coker and Bellator
Ahead of her return at Bellator 286, Sumiko Inaba reacts to her pairing against Nadine Mandiau, a fighter she's already beaten once.      Related StoriesUndefeated Sumiko Inaba trusting the process laid out by Scott Coker and Bellator - EnclosureBellator 286 weigh-in results (noon ET)Patricio Freire planning eventual title chase at 135 – but says A.J. McKee trilogy looms, too - Enclosure 
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Names and numbers: Ranked fighters in action this week ending Oct. 1
Find out which fights have a little more at stake this week based on the latest USA TODAY Sports/MMA Junkie rankings.      Related StoriesUFC Fight Night 211 commentary team, broadcast plans set: Rare trio takes the boothUFC Fight Night 211 pre-event facts: 45-year-old Aleksei Oleinik goes for submission recordDana White's Contender Series 56: Grading the winners 
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Resilient US consumers spend slightly more in August
Consumers spent a bit more in August than the previous month, a sign the economy is holding up even as inflation lifts prices for food, rent, and other essentials
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Putin annexes areas of Ukraine: U.S. says Russia's actions illegal, illegitimate: Live updates
Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to announce the illegal annexation of parts of Ukraine following widely discredited referenda.      
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Consumer prices — a key inflation gauge — hotter than expected in August
The personal consumption expenditures index is the Federal Reserve's preferred inflation tracker.
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Putin formally annexes territories in Ukraine, in spite of global opposition
The Russian president signed what he calls "accession treaties" that world powers refuse to recognize. It's his latest attempt to redraw the map of Europe at Ukraine's expense.
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Threats to water and biodiversity are linked. A new U.S. envoy role tackles them both
"The loss of nature and rising water insecurity are global health threats that must be confronted together," Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
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New Inflation Data Shows Prices Remain Stubbornly High
Inflation remains far above the Federal Reserve’s goal, and prices climbed more quickly than economists expected in August.
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Pharaoh Ramesses II Era Burial Cave Uncovered at Israeli Beach
The 13th-century BCE burial cave was discovered by accident when a mechanical digger penetrated its roof.
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‘No gimmicks’: Longtime Buck Showalter confidant Wayne Kirby reveals what makes this Mets team different
Wayne Kirby has worked with Buck Showalter a long time, and that's why he knows exactly what makes this Mets team unique.
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Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher have open-door bathroom policy at home with kids
The actress joked that her family, which includes daughter Wyatt, 7, and son Dimitri, 5, has come to consider "bodily function as a very standard norm."
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Coast guard commander talks Hurricane Ian rescue efforts and challenges ahead
Rear Admiral Brendan McPherson, U.S. Coast Guard Seventh District Commander, joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss rescue efforts after Hurricane Ian, the destruction on the ground, and challenges ahead for their team.
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Fed's preferred measure of inflation shows prices surged again last month
After hitting an alarming 40-year high in June, the Federal Reserve's preferred benchmark for consumer inflation is once again flashing a warning sign about the persistence of high prices.
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Amazon worker blasts customers for placing orders during Hurricane Ian
An Amazon driver blasted customers in a tirade about having to make deliveries to 172 people during Hurricane Ian – yelling, “I hate all of y’all right now!” The employee shared his rant on TikTok under the username @abnormalpoet, Newsweek first reported. “I hate all of y’all right now. Y’all knew this hurricane was coming...
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Brazilian soccer star Neymar Jr. faces criticism for Bolsonaro support
Just days ahead of Brazil's national elections on Sunday, soccer star Neymar Jr. has appeared in a campaign video endorsing Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
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Putin plans to formally annex regions from Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to formally annex four regions from Ukraine, after Russia claimed victory in condemned referendums. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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