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Prince Philip's will to be kept secret for 90 years

The will of Prince Philip, the late husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, will be sealed and remain private for at least 90 years to preserve the monarch's dignity, a judge at London's High Court has ruled.
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Photos: Beautiful fall foliage around the world
Vibrant reds, oranges and yellows shine as trees' colors change in the fall months. Check out the best autumn views of 2021.
Trump to give video deposition. Here's what to expect
Former President Donald Trump will sit for a video deposition in a case involving an alleged assault during a 2015 demonstration outside of Trump Tower. CNN's Kara Scannell and Laura Coates discuss what prosecutors may focus on.
'Brainwashing' author says Fox tears families apart
Brian Stelter asks Jen Senko, the creator of a film and book titled "The Brainwashing of My Dad," about anti-vaccine propaganda's impacts on listeners. Plus, Oliver Darcy asserts that Fox's coverage is "like a firehose of anti-vax rhetoric."
Sean Penn spotted wearing wedding ring amid divorce from Leila George
The Oscar-winning actor stepped out wearing his wedding ring in Malibu, Calif., on Saturday, one day after his wife, Leila George, filed for divorce.
Why did Couric conceal some of Justice Ginsburg's comments?
Brian Stelter says Katie Couric's decision to "protect" Ruth Bader Ginsburg by cutting some of the late justice's remarks about anthem protests contributes to a lack of trust in media. "The best disinfectant is sunlight," so transparency should rule, Robert Costa adds.
76ers players believe Ben Simmons was dodging having to play in Game 7 against Hawks
After 76ers’ All-Star passed up a wide-open dunk during Game 6’s loss to the Hawks, he apparently was “exposed to a masseuse” that held him out of shoot around prior to Game 7.
Pelosi and Sanders blame press for budget confusion
Brian Stelter asks Robert Costa about complaints from top Democrats about the media's coverage of the Build Back Better act. Making policy news "accessible" is "a challenge for the media every day," Costa says, but reporters serve the needs of the public, not individual politicians.
Multiple people injured in shooting at Pennsylvania mall
A shooting at a Pennsylvania mall left several people injured and shoppers scrambling for safety Sunday afternoon.
Costa: Political reporters are on the democracy beat
"This is such an important beat, democracy," Robert Costa says. "It's not just red versus blue any more... you have to see how power is being used, not just in the halls of the Capitol, but outside." Costa adds, "More reporting is always the answer."
Why threats to American democracy should be front-page news
Marc Elias, a leading Democratic voting rights attorney, says threats to democracy should be a daily story: "Treat it like we treat other major stores that pose existential risks to the country by covering it every day in a clear pro-democracy slant."
Conservatives Attack Kamala Harris, Jen Psaki Over Virginia Governor's Race 'Violations'
"Why does the media not hold @PressSec accountable for potential Hatch Act violations?" former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany asked in a tweet.
17 American and Canadian missionaries kidnapped in Haiti
The kidnapped group includes five children, according to a statement by the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries on Sunday.
Churches gather for Atlanta United event to pray over Texas
Police: Missing child with person of interest
Firefighters hold fundraiser for colleague
Volunteers help girl with special needs celebrate
Starting 11: Chaos in Knoxville edition
Let’s start here: no one should throw anything on the field or court at any game.
Pennsylvania mall shut down after reports of shooting
Park City Mall in Lancaster, Pennsylvania is closed for the day after a shooting reportedly took place there on Sunday afternoon.
Wisconsin therapist charged with sexual exploitation of a client
A Wisconsin ex-therapist is charged with felony exploitation of a client who reported for counseling sessions as part of a court-ordered treatment for alcohol and drug addiction.
Dodgers vs. Braves prediction: Max Scherzer makes LA the pick
Celebrate good times, c’mon! Doctors are advising 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth to give up her favorite pastime, martinis. The Jaguars (0-5) play in England. Coach Urban Meyer can take another victory lap, this time after a win. Max Scherzer said, “We can party hard tonight.” The Dodgers’ ace was shirtless and looking to celebrate after the...
FDA vaccine panel recommends Moderna and J&J booster shots
The FDA vaccine advisory panel is recommending booster shots for some Americans, and these recommendations will head to the FDA and CDC for further authorization. Dr. Ofer Levy, a voting member on that FDA vaccine panel, joins CBSN's Lana Zak for more on the story.
Patrick Mahomes' mom takes issue with one interception being counted against her son
Patrick Mahomes was having a tough day as the Kansas City Chiefs looked to right the ship against the Washington Football Team on Sunday.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam Sharing 'Long COVID' Experiences as Warning Before Term's End
"Why take a chance...of having symptoms that may affect you for the rest of your life?" Northam asked, noting his favorite foods now taste like cardboard.
Prince William, Duchess Kate, Emma Watson and more step out for Earthshot Prize red carpet
Stars including Emma Watson and Emma Thompson joined Prince William and Duchess Kate for the inaugural Earthshot Prize award ceremony.
Gabby Petito’s parents thought Brian Laundrie would ‘take care of her’
Gabby Petito's parents said they were duped by a "quiet and polite" Brian Laundrie, thinking he would "take care of her" and keep her safe during the young couple's trip out west.
Vitek Vanecek, consistent on and off the ice, makes his case to be Washington’s No. 1 goalie
Vanecek has impressed through Washington's first two games this season.
St. Margaret Mary marks 85th anniversary with special mass, festival
Non-profit hands out gun safes to gun owners
Student burned after 'intentional' bus fire
School fights prompt City officials to meet
Workers could be terminated if not vaccinated
Georgia professors protest new changes
MLB in talks to launch nationwide streaming service for home games without cable TV
Major League Baseball is in talks to launch a nationwide video-streaming service that would enable fans to watch their teams' hometown games without a cable-TV subscription, The Post has learned.
China Stuns U.S. Intelligence with Hypersonic Missile Test
The Financial Times reported on Saturday that U.S. intelligence agencies were caught by surprise when China secretly tested a nuclear-capable low-orbit hypersonic missile in August. The weapon circled the globe before descending upon its target, missing by about two dozen miles.
Meredith Marks ‘offended’ by Jen Shah claiming she called the feds on her
Marks told Page Six she felt "a little bit attacked" when Shah pointed a finger at her after the embattled "RHOSLC" star's arrest for fraud in March.
Protester shot by Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha is now suing Wisconsin authorities
The lawsuit alleges that authorities in Kenosha not only knew that armed vigilantes planned to patrol the protest attended by Black Lives Matter supporters, but also encouraged their participation.
Aspen Ladd's coach apologizes for being 'a little harsh' in corner at UFC Fight Night 195
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ESPN's Allison Williams Quitting Network Over Vaccine Mandate
ESPN's college football reporter Allison Williams has confirmed that she is quitting the network over its coronavirus vaccine mandate.
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Ed Orgeron, LSU parting ways after 2021 season
Less than two years after leading LSU to a national championship, Ed Orgeron will soon be without a job.
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Man steals two duffel bags of electronics, food from NYC Target: NYPD
The crook snatched electronics, pharmacy items and food, stuffing the pilfered goods into a pair of duffel bags.
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Nolte: Hollywood Stands Behind Ted Sarandos and Dave Chappelle... Quietly
Hollywood is quietly standing behind Dave Chappelle and Netflix chief Ted Sarandos against the Gay Mafia.
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GOP Senator Bill Cassidy Doubts Trump Will Be 2024 Nominee: He Lost 'House, Senate, Presidency'
"Elections are about winning," the Louisiana Republican said.
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White House continues to push debunked zero-cost claim on Biden's agenda
President Biden is sticking to his claim that his Build Back Better agenda will cost the average American taxpayer zero dollars, with the White House declaring Sunday that the $3.5 trillion reconciliation package is "fully paid for by ensuring big corporations and the very wealthy pay their fair share."
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Curtis Sliwa vows to wage ‘war’ on Gov. Hochul’s open-drug-use legalization
Curtis Sliwa accused Gov. Kathy Hochul and Democratic lawmakers of stifling the Big Apple's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic by passing the legislation.
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As a Woman Was Raped, SEPTA Riders Failed to Intervene, Police Say
The SEPTA train car near Philadelphia had several passengers aboard but none called 911 while the woman was sexually assaulted, the authorities said.
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Ed Orgeron to leave LSU after 2021 season: reports
LSU coach Ed Orgeron will not return to the team for the 2022 season, according to multiple reports.
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AP Top 25: Cincinnati up to No. 2; Purdue snaps poll drought
Cincinnati moved up to No. 2 behind Georgia in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday, the first time a team from outside the traditional power conferences has been ranked that high since 2010.
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