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Peter Scolari, 'Bosom Buddies' and 'Newhart' star, has died

Peter Scolari, a veteran actor who rose to fame alongside Tom Hanks on "Bosom Buddies," died Friday morning.
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Photo Shows Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell Visited Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral
Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell are seen relaxing at Queen Elizabeth II's Scottish retreat in an image that will heap further pressure on Prince Andrew.
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All the Ways to Watch Kanye 'Ye' West and Drake's 'Free Larry Hoover' Concert
Kanye West is hosting a benefit concert with Drake for the incarcerated Larry Hoover.
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UN suspends food distribution in two towns in Ethiopia after looting
The World Food Programme (WFP) has suspended food distribution in Ethiopia's Kombolcha and Dessie towns after looting of supplies that staff were unable to stop due to intimidation, including being held at gunpoint, the United Nations said on Wednesday.
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What Caused the Fox News Christmas Tree Fire in New York?
The 49-year-old homeless man who allegedly set the tree on fire outside Fox News' headquarters has been released without bail.
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Rocketing 300mph through the skies with nothing but a parachute: Welcome to speed skydiving
The next time you're in a car traveling along the freeway at 70 miles per hour, see what it feels like when you thrust your hand out of the window -- it's an intense sensation.
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How to Watch Mariah Carey's New Christmas Special Online
"Mariah's Christmas: The Magic Continues" will feature the first look at her new festive song in what is a follow on from last year's special.
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Florida Woman Stabs Dog 9 Times After Furious Argument With Husband
The incident was described as "sickening" by Sheriff Wayne of Brevard County as he showed pictures of the stabbed dog.
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Multi-telescope observatory sent into orbit
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carried a multi-telescope observer into orbit early Thursday. The observer, called IXPE, will look at extreme events in Space, revealing details about events like exploding stars and spinning black holes. (Dec. 9)      
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Speed skydiving: Rocketing 300mph through the skies with nothing but a parachute
Every athlete wants to be higher, faster and stronger, but there's one discipline where the speeds achieved are well over 300 mph! CNN speaks with the world champions and world record holders of speed skydiving, who say that the speeds they can travel are truly mind-blowing.
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Progressives get rolled on Pentagon policy
Liberal Democrats' losses show the limits of their party's slim majorities in Congress.
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Jan. 6 investigators' new challenge: Trump allies pleading the Fifth
Three witnesses with ties to Donald Trump have signaled they intend to invoke their constitutional right against self-incrimination.
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Breaking Down the Shocking First Episodes of Sex and the City Sequel And Just Like That
The HBO Max series is probably not the Sex and the City sequel that most fans were expecting
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Kirk Cousins is putting up spectacular stats but remains as polarizing as ever
Cousins has some of the best stats in the NFL, but the Vikings' pedestrian record is ammunition for his detractors.
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Behind the Scenes at Art Basel Miami: The Biggest IRL Metaverse Party Yet
NFTs took over Art Basel Miami this year. Here's what TIME saw there, from body mapping to property speculation to pure hedonism.
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Genomic sequencing is crucial in the battle against the coronavirus. These countries do it well
When South African scientists announced they had detected a new coronavirus variant with a worryingly high number of mutations, they were applauded for how quickly they were able to spot it.
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FDA OK's first antibody drug aimed at long-term COVID-19 prevention
The AstraZeneca drug is drug for people with immunodeficiency and other serious health problems or allergies who can't get adequate protection from vaccinations.
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A CEO laid off 900 workers over Zoom. A Fox News host praised him: ‘I loved this, actually’
On Fox News's "Outnumbered" talk show, host Emily Compagno said she "loved" that Better.com chief executive Vishal Garg laid off 900 workers during a Zoom call.
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A CEO laid off 900 workers over Zoom. A Fox News host praised him: ‘I loved this, actually’
On Fox News's "Outnumbered" talk show, host Emily Compagno said she "loved" that Better.com chief executive Vishal Garg laid off 900 workers during a Zoom call.
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With Roe v. Wade in peril in Supreme Court, abortion-rights activists ask: Where are the men?
With activists predicting Roe v. Wade will be overturned, they are seeking help from a largely silent segment of supporters: men who back abortion.       
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Watch NASA's IXPE Telescope Launch Into Space to Study Black Holes
The NASA/ASI project will tell us more about some of the most violent objects in the universe and what happens as gravity and magnetism are pushed to extremes.
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Father and son arrested on suspicion of starting massive Caldor Fire in California
A father and son have been arrested and accused of starting the Caldor Fire that burned more than 200,000 acres in California earlier this year, according to authorities.
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Hillary Clinton Reveals Her Planned 2016 Victory Speech
Clinton became emotional while reading the remarks she would have given if Donald Trump had lost the election.
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Major development in 45-year-old cold case
Authorities in Georgia's Troup county announced a significant breakthrough in a 45-year-old cold case. They have found the car of Kyle Clinkscales, then an Auburn University student, who went missing on his way to the university. CNN affiliate WGCL has more.
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Evergrande has defaulted on its debt, Fitch Ratings says
Evergrande, the embattled Chinese property developer, has defaulted on its debt, according to Fitch Ratings.
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Woman pulled from submerged car near brink of Niagara Falls has died, police say
A woman who was pulled from a car submerged in rushing water near the brink of Niagara Falls has died, New York State Park Police said Wednesday.
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Is It Time for Wealthy Tech Investors to Lie Flat?
The bloodbath in tech stocks will have consequences for the startup world. After a decade of minting money, hyperactive VCs may decide it’s time to relax.
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A GOP senator suggested gargling mouthwash to kill the coronavirus. Doctors and Listerine are skeptical.
A health expert said that gargling would not hurt — if accompanied with a coronavirus vaccination.
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Myanmar’s Military Accused of Massacring and Burning 11 Villagers
Photos and a video of charred corpses in Done Taw village in Sagaing region circulated widely on social media
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Navy reports contamination at a second water shaft servicing Hawaii base, state officials say
The Navy reported dangerous levels of petroleum contamination in a second ground water source at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii on Wednesday, state health officials said, expanding the scope of a tainted water crisis that has already forced hundreds from their homes and reportedly sickened military families.
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Rounds of snow for the West as the Deep South prepares for the threat of severe storms
Denver could finally see snow in the coming days as much of the West experiences rounds of snowfall. Meanwhile, the Deep South prepares for a severe storm threat. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the forecast.
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Have a gun in your home? Here's how to help reduce the risks for kids
Here's what experts recommend for storing your firearms and how to educate your kids.
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Should Omicron change your holiday party plans? An expert weighs in
With the arrival of the new Omicron variant coinciding with the holiday season, CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen gives her advice on whether or not you should change your plans.
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The US is undercounting COVID deaths, researchers say. Now they have a tool to figure out why.
COVID deaths in the United States have been undercounted, public health experts say. They're trying to figure out where and why.       
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COVID cases, hospitalizations climb as US reaches 200M vaccination milestone: Live updates
The number of Americans fully vaccinated against COVID reached 200 million Wednesday amid a dispiriting holiday-season spike in cases. More updates.       
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Poll: Americans agree with rejecting 'political hostility,' but think divisions will rise
The poll, conducted by Hidden Common Ground in partnership with USA TODAY, also found almost half of Americans value different political perspectives.       
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The Experiment Podcast: Protecting the Capitol One Year After January 6
Listen and subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google PodcastsOn January 6, 2021, William J. Walker was head of the D.C. National Guard. He had buses full of guardsmen in riot gear ready to deploy in case Donald Trump’s “Stop the Steal” rally turned dangerous. But when rioters violently stormed the Capitol building, the Guard was nowhere to be found. Walker says he was forced to wait for three hours before his superiors allowed him to send in his troops. “My soldiers were asking me, ‘Sir, what the hell is going on?’” Walker says. “‘Are they watching the news? Are they watching what’s going on at the Capitol?’ And I had no answer. I don’t recall ever being in that position, where I did not have an answer for my soldiers.”Now, almost one year later, Walker is the sergeant-at-arms of the U.S. House of Representatives—the first Black man to ever hold that office. The Experiment’s correspondent Tracie Hunte and producer Peter Bresnan visit Walker in his new office at the Capitol to ask him about what happened on January 6, and what he’s doing to make sure it never happens again.Further reading: “The Man Who Could Have Stopped an Insurrection,” “Trump’s Next Coup Has Already Begun,” “Are We Doomed?,” and “What the GOP Does to Its Own Dissenters”A transcript of this episode will soon be made available. Please check back. Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at theexperiment@theatlantic.com.This episode was produced by Tracie Hunte and Peter Bresnan with help from Alina Kulman. Editing by Emily Botein and Jenny Lawton with help from Julia Longoria. Fact-check by William Brennan. Sound design by David Herman with additional engineering by Joe Plourde. Transcription by Caleb Codding.Music by Keyboard (“Over the Moon,” “Water Decanter,” “Mu,” and “Small Island”), Arabian Prince in a UK World (“The Feeling of Being on a Diet”), Water Feature (“Ancient Morsel”), Laundry (“Laundry”), and Column (“Aerolove”) provided by Tasty Morsels. Additional audio from C-SPAN, The Untouchables, the FBI, and Forbes.
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Tucker Carlson Calls Fox News Tree Fire an 'Attack on Christianity'
Police said they don't believe the arson attack on the tree in Fox Square on Wednesday morning was politically motivated.
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Meta bans businesses run by Myanmar's military from Facebook
Meta, the owner of Facebook and Instagram, is further clamping down on content linked to Myanmar's military amid pressure to step up safety controls in the country.
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Canada bans conversion therapy, a practice Trudeau calls 'despicable and degrading'
Canada on Wednesday banned conversion therapy, which are treatments that claim to be able to change a person's sexual orientation or identity.
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Covid-19 live updates: Omicron may require fourth vaccine dose, Pfizer says
More than 40 people in the United States have tested positive for the omicron variant, the CDC said Wednesday. Nearly all had only mild symptoms.
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Sole survivor of India helicopter crash fights for his life as country mourns victims
Group Capt. Varun Singh, the only survivor of the helicopter crash that killed 13 people including India's top military official, is on life support, the country's Defense Minister told Parliament Thursday.
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How 'Sex and the City' Reboot 'And Just Like That' Explains Where Samantha Jones Is
The "Sex and the City" reboot is on HBO Max now...and straight away it tells us why Kim Cattrall's character is not in it.
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Boris Johnson’s Credibility Is Wearing Thin
The problem with the Downing Street Christmas Party that the prime minister won’t confirm is that it leaves the impression that those who set the rules don’t follow them.
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Did Anyone Win the Powerball Jackpot on 12/8/21? Numbers and Results
Three lucky players each bagged $100,000. But did anyone win the top prize in last night's game?
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Why targeting Trump by going easy on Biden is insane for journalists
A new argument over whether the media treats Joe Biden or Donald Trump worse is actually pretty troubling and should not be left to obscure algorithms.
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Manchin’s ‘historic context’ for spending is using the wrong metric
The West Virginia senator is using inflation-adjusted dollars to compare Biden's agenda but the more appropriate measure is percentage of GDP.
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What counts as a democracy? Biden's summit includes some countries with questionable human rights records
Pakistan, Iraq, Congo and other nations taking part in Biden's 'Summit for Democracy' have raised concerns. Here's why they're included.      
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Kevin McCarthy: Biden admin’s ‘work from home’ policy for federal employees looks like a scam
House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy is demanding answers from the Biden administration about how many federal employees are actually showing up for work amid "work from home" policies during the coronavirus pandemic.
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