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Ozy’s Board Starts Investigation Following Times Report

The New York Times’s media columnist, Ben Smith, reported that Ozy’s chief operating officer had apparently impersonated a YouTube executive during a conference call with Goldman Sachs bankers.
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Carli Lloyd’s final, emotional USWNT moment
The two-time World Cup champion played her final match with the USWNT Tuesday in a friendly against South Korea. After the team's 6-0 victory, Lloyd gave an emotional farewell speech
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NeNe Leakes calls out Cynthia Bailey for not showing up after Gregg’s death
The former "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star also called out her former co-stars for going in on flowers instead of buying separate bouquets.
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Spotify CEO says COVID slump ‘behind us’ as podcasts fuel ad rebound
Spotify Chief Executive Daniel Ek told investors Wednesday that subscriber "choppiness in the first half of the year was primarily due to Covid -- and is now largely behind us.”
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DeVos family was misled by Elizabeth Holmes when they invested $100 million in Theranos, representative testifies
Holmes, who is on trial for criminal wire fraud, handpicked the DeVos family and other billionaire investors to invest in the biotech start-up, said Lisa Peterson, who oversees private equity investments at the family’s office, RDV.
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Joe Buck once peed in a bottle while calling an NFL touchdown
Joe Buck may have gone a little too far this time.
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Elon Musk reveals exactly why we need the Democrats’ new billionaires tax
The hidden benefits of the Democrats' new plan to tax the superrich.
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Steny Hoyer: Letting the Filibuster Stand Will Break American Democracy
In many ways, the United States Senate is an anachronism left over from a time when thirteen colonies were independent sovereign nations. The Senate was created as a representative of those entities, not of the people. Today, however, at a time when our very democracy is at risk, the Senate serves as a roadblock to…
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I kept my baby attached to my placenta for 5 days and named it Alice
The 36-year-old mom and mental health nurse welcomed her son last month in September and explained why she opted for a non-traditional birth.
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Virginia Councilman Darkens Skin to Portray 'Coming to America' Character
The councilman said that he never intended to be racist and instead did it because he believes everyone should have the freedom of expression.
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Revival's high-quality rugs and convenient services have transformed the rug-shopping experience
Rugs are one of those purchases that just seem unnecessarily inconvenient. For one, it can be hard to find a high-quality material with a design you truly love. For another, rugs are often ridiculously expensive and not all that durable — especially for something you walk on every day. Finally, if you're buying a vintage rug abroad, you have to worry about negotiations and extra luggage costs. Luckily, as the internet's best source for high-quality, handmade rugs, Revival is the exception and the solution.
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Tori Spelling smiles amid apparent marital woes and more star snaps
Tori Spelling appears on "The Wendy Williams Show," Lizzo looks great in leather and more...
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The Wind Turbine Failures Behind Europe's Energy Crisis Are a Warning for America
The situation highlights issues the U.S. might face when transitioning from traditional energy sources.
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Luke Bryan helps stranded mom change tire
"I knew his voice, and I was like, 'Okay, this is happening,'" Courtney Potts said when Bryan approached her.
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FDA advisers endorse Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for kids; Criminal charges still possible after movie set death
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What is a "billionaires tax," and how would it work?
About 700 Americans could face a new wealth tax under a Democratic proposal. Here's how it could work.
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Violent brawl breaks out at Miami dog show
Footage shared on Instagram showed attendees hurling punches, wrestling on the ground and tossing chairs at the Miami Bully Takeover.
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New Jersey Is the Best-Run State in America. Really!
This isn't necessarily something America as a whole should be super proud of. But it's good for people who live in New Jersey!
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Buck the system: In Italy, old towns eager for new blood sell homes for about $1
As the COVID-19 pandemic changes working patterns, rural Italian towns are offering cut-price homes to lure new residents. Even Americans are buying.
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Brian Laundrie remains: When to expect autopsy results from forensic anthropologist
A forensic anthropologist analyzing Brian Laundrie's remains will likely have some answers regarding the deceased fugitive's manner, cause and time of death in two to three weeks, according to Laundrie family attorney Steven Bertolino.
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'Xena' Star Lucy Lawless Wants to Be the Next Doctor Who
The New Zealand actress is currently lending her voice to a new animated epic, "The Spine of Night."
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Which five college football quarterbacks are in contention for the Heisman Trophy?
USA TODAY Sports' Paul Myerberg breaks down the top quarterback performances this season.       
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Virginia's governors race remains razor thin in final days
The race for Virginia's governor remains a virtual tie between former governor Terry McAuliffe and Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin, with the election less than a week away. Anthony Salvanto, CBS News' director of elections and surveys, joins "CBSN AM" with more on the race and a look at early voting in the state.
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Why this Facebook scandal bigger is than any other
Frances Haugen loves Facebook, she swears. And that makes her story compelling.
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The hiking boots you need this fall, according to expert hikers
Whether you have wide feet, narrow feet, need waterproof boots or lightweight ones, we asked experts what to look for when buying the best hiking boots.
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State Department issues first gender X US passport
The State Department on Wednesday issued the first U.S. passport with an "X" gender marker, granting a third option for American passport holders who do not identify as female or male. 
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Bring some everyday magic into someone's life with a Keurig brewer this holiday season
There's no better feeling in the world than when someone tells you you've made their day. And there's no better way to guarantee a great day than to start it off with a great cup of coffee. So whether it's for the coming holiday season or just because you feel like making someone's day — no, year — with a wonderful present, giving someone a Keurig coffee brewer is like leaving them a little note every morning that says "I think you're just terrific."
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Prince Andrew scandal: Duke's lawyer asks to keep Virginia Giuffre, Jeffrey Epstein settlement under seal
A lawyer for Britain’s Prince Andrew has asked a New York federal judge to keep sealed a 2009 legal agreement between his accuser and now-deceased sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, noting that the document can protect him against a lawsuit's claims that he sexually assaulted an American woman when she was under 18.
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U.S. government fighting to return WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the states to face espionage charges
The U.S. government is asking a British court to allow WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be extradited to face federal espionage charges over the leak of documents about the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Trevor Timm of the Freedom of the Press Foundation and Scott Anderson, a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution and former attorney-adviser for the U.S. State Department, spoke with Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers on CBSN about the case.
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'Hellbound': Netflix Trailer, Release Date, Cast and Plot Details Revealed
The new K-drama series from "Train to Busan" director Yeon Sang-ho features frightful supernatural beings who condemn people to hell.
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Pit Bull's Reaction to Feeling Baby Move Inside Pregnant Woman Is Blowing People Away
The moment a pit bull terrier felt his pregnant owner's baby move for the first time has been melting hearts online.
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A Third of Voters Think 2020 Election Should Be Overturned, but Fewer Think It Will Be
A majority of former President Trump's supporters think the election should be overturned. However, only about half think it's even somewhat likely to happen.
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Katie Maloney had an abortion early in Tom Schwartz relationship
The "Vanderpump Rules" star said "every woman ... should be able to decide what's best for them" after revealing she had a pregnancy terminated 10 years ago.
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Franchot taps Prince George’s Monique Anderson-Walker as running mate in gubernatorial bid
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot announced Wednesday that he has selected Prince George’s County Council member Monique Anderson-Walker (D-District 8) as his running mate in the race for the governor’s mansion.
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New Jersey gubernatorial race tightens with six days to go until Election Day
New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy's lead over GOP challenger Jack Ciattarelli has slightly deteriorated with just six days to go until Election Day, according to a new poll
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Zuckerberg's power makes him untouchable
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Which TV shows really get entrepreneurs? 'Breaking Bad,' 'Shark Tank,' 'Silicon Valley'
"Succession" may be the trendy new corporate drama but when it comes to business smarts, the Roys have nothing on Walter White from "Breaking Bad."       
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What Time Is ‘RHOBH’ On Tonight?
Don't miss your weekly dose of Kathy Hilton!
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NC couple arrested in 30-year cold case of badly beaten, suffocated baby dumped in trash can
A North Carolina husband and wife have been arrested in connection to a 30-year-old cold case involving an infant whose body was stuffed in a trash can in the Outer Banks after advanced DNA analysis identified the couple as the parents of the badly beaten and suffocated baby.
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How Sudan’s Coup Is Threatening Foreign Aid, Path to Democracy
Sudan’s military has long been the country’s pre-eminent power broker, propping up dictator Omar al-Bashir for three decades before ousting him in 2019 following months of protests against runaway inflation and brutality. Now the army has toppled an uneasy coalition of civilian and military figures that ran the North African nation after the popular uprising, detaining premier Abdalla Hamdok and four of his cabinet members. The coup sparked unrest and a deadly crackdown by security forces, put h
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Russell Knox a live long shot in Bermuda Championship
This week we expected two PGA Tour events but the WGC-HSBC Champions event in China has been canceled due to COVID-19. Now the Bermuda Championship becomes a full-field event and has the weakest field of the PGA Tour season.
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U.S., Australia and U.K. Argue Over Julian Assange as U.S. Seeks His Extradition
District Judge Vanessa Baraitser said WikiLeaks founder was likely to commit suicide if transferred to the U.S. and held under harsh conditions.
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No one seems worried about a housing bubble. Just like last time the bubble burst
Housing prices are surging to new records with no end in sight. They're being fueled by historically low interest rates -- but also investors and economists' belief that the housing market has a unique ability to support runaway prices.
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Alabama rep condemns Biden admin's supply chain crisis rhetoric, citing school lunch shortages in district
Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Ala., sent a letter to President Biden and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack informing them of students "going without food" due to supply chain issues facing the U.S.
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Facebook's public relations strategy seems increasingly desperate
After weeks of scandal revolving around Facebook, and now with a flood of new reporting coming out about the ways in which some its own employees think the company is bad for society, Mark Zuckerberg and his company's public relations team are trying to get through it, in part, by bashing the media.
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All Hail The Only Halloween Candy That’s Learned From Its Mistakes
“You can find humdrum green apple anywhere,” the commenter moaned.
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NFL best bets and picks for Week 8: It’s time to fade the Dallas Cowboys
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‘Bomb cyclone’ brings 90 mph wind gusts to New England, cuts power
Over 600,000 customers in the Northeast are without power.
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Where are the trouble spots for the Lakers this season?
SportsPulse: The Lakers are not off to a great start this season, USA TODAY Sports' Jeff Zillgitt talks about Russ Westbrook's fit with the team.       
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