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Parts of India continue to see heavy rain and flooding

Parts of India see heavy rain and flooding as the monsoon rains continue their retreat. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam gives an update and when the rains will subside.
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Packers’ Aaron Rodgers: Rest during off week helped injured toe
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says the off week has assisted him in his recovery from a toe injury, though it’s still painful enough to keep the reigning MVP from practicing.
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Fox Christmas tree arson suspect released without bail
The arsonist who allegedly torched the Fox News Christmas tree was freed after his arraignment Wednesday night because his charges were not eligible for bail under new liberal reform laws.
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Abortion rights advocates call for California to become a true 'Reproductive Freedom State' if Roe v. Wade is overturned
A coalition of more than 40 organizations, including abortion rights advocacy groups, issued a report on Wednesday with 45 recommendations to "protect, strengthen and expand abortion services" in California.
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Alec Baldwin's wife Hilaria shares 'possible holiday card photo' amid husband's 'Rust' shooting scandal
Alec Baldwin's wife Hilaria shared a photo of their family Christmas tree shopping.
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Black couple sues for housing discrimination after experiment yields shocking result
A Black couple in California is suing an appraiser over housing discrimination after their home was valued significantly under what they expected it to be. Their suspicions were confirmed after their White friend showed the home to another appraiser and the value went up by nearly $500,000. CNN's Joe Johns has more.
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Finland's Prime Minister apologizes for not isolating after nightclub photo surfaces
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin apologized to the public on Wednesday after a photo surfaced of her in a nightclub following the foreign minister testing positive for Covid-19.
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James Harden could be next Net to get rest day Friday vs. Hawks
James Harden could be the next Net to get a rest day. That would be Friday night against the Hawks.
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Greg Gutfeld: Maybe it's time for a national intervention
A dark fascism is fed daily on college campuses by elites who decide the best way to get revenge against a country they despise is to poison impressionable minds, and then release them into the wild.
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Brandon Boston Jr. showcases Clippers' future and present in win over Celtics
With Paul George injured, Clippers rookie Brandon Boston Jr. shows why the team considers him such a big part of their future in win over Celtics.
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New Zealand plans to ban smoking for the next generation
New Zealand plans to outlaw smoking for the next generation so they will never be legally able to buy tobacco in the country.
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L.A. County records fifth Omicron variant case, possibly the result of community spread
Unlike previous Omicron cases, officials believe the latest case was transmitted locally. It brings California's statewide tally of confirmed Omicron cases to 12.
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Scientists look at evolution to save coral reefs
With coral reefs threatened by rising ocean temperatures, scientists are working to breed "super corals" that can better withstand climate change. They're trying to help corals adapt to survive global warming faster than they could in Nature. (Dec. 9)      
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Stephen Curry closing in on big record as Warriors rip Trail Blazers
Stephen Curry scored 22 points and moved within nine 3-pointers of tying Ray Allen's career record, and the Golden State Warriors held off the injury-depleted Portland Trail Blazers 104-94 Wednesday night.
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'Sounds Like He's Trying to Delay,' Adam Kinzinger Says of Mark Meadows' 1/6 Lawsuit
Meadows sued the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol, as well as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday.
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NYC correction officers sue over deBlasio’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, work conditions
The union representing New York City correction officers, the department known as the city’s “boldest,” took a stand Wednesday against Mayor Bill de Blasio’s “draconian” vaccine mandate and subsequent dangerous work conditions by filing a lawsuit against the city demanding that the jab policy be halted.
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What to watch on Thursday: ‘And Just Like That . . .’ premieres on HBO Max
Thursday, December 9, 2021 I “Anne Boleyn” debuts on AMC Plus
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House votes to ban goods made by forced labor in China’s Xinjiang region
The bill's passage, by an overwhelming bipartisan majority, came several days after the Biden administration announced a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Games due to China's human rights abuses.
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Hong Kong democracy activists found guilty over June 4 assembly
A Hong Kong court found three prominent pro-democracy activists guilty on Thursday of unauthorized assembly over a June 4 vigil last year to mark Beijing's 1989 crackdown on protesters in and around Tiananmen Square.
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Father, son arrested on suspicion of starting Caldor wildfire
David Scott Smith and his son, Travis Shane Smith are accused of reckless arson in a warrant issued before formal charges are filed, the El Dorado County District Attorney’s office said.
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Trump freezes 2024 Republican primary before it even begins
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Mark Meadows responds to potential contempt charges from January 6 committee: 'Fishing expedition'
Mark Meadows responded on "The Ingraham Angle" Wednesday to an announcement from the leaders congress' January 6 committee that they would continue pursuing contempt of Congress charges against him
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States in US deploy National Guard amid Covid-19 spike
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L.A. police union offers $20,000 reward for information in fatal Wilmington shooting
The Los Angeles Police Protective League is offering $20,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the shooters who killed a 12-year-old boy in Wilmington on Monday.
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A potential Pacers fire sale would be of interest to Knicks
The Pacers reportedly are considering a drastic rebuild, meaning some of their top players could become available as the NBA trade market develops this winter.
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Twisted Covid politics scramble Washington's partisan battlefield
The message from Capitol Hill on Wednesday night was clear. Nearly two years after the pandemic began, with a new coronavirus variant sweeping the US, the search for bipartisan political consensus on the way forward continues, with no end in sight.
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Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson reunite in photo from 'Harry Potter' anniversary special
It's Hogwarts Homecoming.
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Kshama Sawant, far-left Seattle councilmember, in recall danger after Tuesday's vote: reports
Far-left Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant was in danger of being ousted Wednesday as results continued to be tabulated from Tuesday’s recall election.
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WWE star Naomi talks career moves with Jalen Rose
The one-named Naomi is a trailblazer in the professional wrestling world. She is the first African-American woman to win a SmackDown title. She has danced for the Orlando Magic and been a backup moneymaker-shaker for Flo Rida. The WWE superstar has done some big things in her life. But she might be sleeping on the...
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Father of former NFL player who died in police custody says his son may have had a manic episode
Former NFL player Glenn Foster Jr. may have been going through a manic episode in the days leading up to his arrest and was acting strangely during a recent phone call, his father told CNN.
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Researchers explain why they believe Facebook mishandles political ads
"We can do a lot better," said Laura Edelson, lead author of a new study on Facebook's ad program. "This is not the state of the art of content moderation, or detection of problematic content."
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A record number of journalists are in prison right now, according to press freedom report
A staggering 293 journalists were imprisoned in 2021, according to an annual census by nonprofit group Committee to Protect Journalists. That tally is up from 280 journalists in 2020 and is the highest number CPJ has ever reported since it started keeping track of the data in 1992.
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Renters should prepare for disaster. Here's what to do after a storm, flood or wildfire.
When a disaster occurs, the most important terms in your lease are the rent abatement or lease termination provisions.     
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Carolyn Hax: Their chores are split evenly, but the mental load is not
This couple shares the chores evenly — but when it's time for anything extra, only one of them ever steps up.
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NYC transit advocates call on city to scrap ‘gridlock alert days’
Transit advocates want the city to scrap its "gridlock alert days," which they claim do nothing to stem the crush of cars that cripple NYC streets during the holiday season.
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Miss Manners: How to handle inane, nosy questions
Reader is sick of people who interrogate strangers and ask invasive questions.
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Ask Amy: Physician uncle suspects niece’s child has autism. Should he say something?
Reader and family are worried about the development of the child as she gets older.
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Hints From Heloise: Unique holiday gift wrapping ideas
Jazz up plain gift bags, incorporate flowers or even use paper tablecloths to wrap gifts this holiday season.
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2021 Goodreads Choice Award Winners include Amanda Gorman, Sally Rooney, Andy Weir
Goodreads announces the winning 2021 books picked by members in 17 categories.       
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Biden's low poll numbers a result of bad policy: Hannity
Hannity discussed what is causing Joe Biden's falling poll numbers in his opening monologue Wednesday.
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Obi Toppin’s impressive dunk couldn’t even inspire woeful Knicks
The breakaway slam should have sparked a raging fire inside the Knicks, but it didn't.
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Man Who Tortured Wife Also Gruesomely Murdered 99-Year-Old Grandma: Cops
Sergio Flores/ReutersA Utah man who allegedly held his wife captive and tortured her for nearly two weeks in their home also committed the gruesome murder of his 99-year-old grandmother, authorities said in charging documents filed Wednesday.Garman Shaun Cunningham, 50, allegedly beat the near-centenarian until her skull “caved in,” tossed her down stairs three times, and stabbed her—once in the neck with a piece of her own walker and once with a steak knife, according to the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s office.The 99-year-old’s body has not been found.Cunningham, who tried to fight police with a sword when they descended his West Valley City home, is charged with aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping, and two counts of aggravated assault. He is being held without bond in Salt Lake County Jail awaiting a hearing Friday. Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Laura Ingraham: Voters won't forget how the medical cartel played politics during COVID
Laura Ingraham comments on what she believes is the polarization of the medical community during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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Internet Commiserates With Worker Docked 15 Minutes For Running One Minute Late
"If you're gonna take my money, I'm gonna take your minutes," a Redditor wrote.
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Texas gunman who mistook cop for home intruder acquitted of murder
David Wilson faced life in prison if convicted of the 2019 killing of Midland Police Department Officer Nathan Heidelberg.
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Georgia authorities find human remains that may belong to college student missing for 45 years
Authorities in Georgia on Wednesday announced the discovery of remains they believe belong to a college student who vanished in 1976 while driving to Auburn University, a report said.
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Tucker Carlson: Societies that prefer violent criminals over citizens will not last
Tucker Carlson explores the 'left-wing ideologues' behind the violent crime attacking cities across the countries.
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Teen accused of sexually assaulting 87-year-old woman outside Waukesha library
A 14-year-old boy was arrested after allegedly sexually assaulting an 87-year-old woman before stealing her car at knifepoint outside a Wisconsin library last month, a report said.
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Adam Huska didn’t get much help from Rangers’ defense in NHL debut
Goalie Adam Huska’s NHL debut Wednesday night in a 7-3 loss to the Avalanche likely didn’t go how he imagined it would.
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