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Rams trade inside linebacker Kenny Young to Broncos for draft pick

The Rams have traded inside linebacker Kenny Young and a 2024 seventh-round draft pick to the Denver Broncos for a 2024 sixth-round pick.

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Washington State pummels Washington 40-13 in Apple Cup
Travell Harris rode on the shoulders of the crimson fans that engulfed the field. Jayden de Laura waived a version of Ol' Crimson before spiking the unmistakable flag into the turf field.
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New Earth observing-satellite beams first images back to Earth
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Arch Manning struggles in Isidore Newman’s lopsided playoff loss
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Kanye West says presidential bid strained his marriage to Kim Kardashian in 'Thanksgiving prayer'
Kanye West posted a five-minute-long "Thanksgiving Prayer" to social media in which he opened up about his desire to reunite with Kim Kardashian and how his 2020 presidential campaign put a strain on their marriage.
Kalscheur leads Iowa State to 78-59 rout of No. 9 Memphis
Gabe Kalscheur scored 30 points and led Iowa State to a 78-59 win over No. 9 Memphis in the NIT Season Tip-Off championship game on Friday night.
Group looks to build city’s first curling center
A Brooklyn-based group is hoping Gothamites will open their wallets to fund its blueprint for the city's first-ever dedicated curling facility.
Spurs best Celtics 96-88 after blowing 24-point advantage
San Antonio blew another big lead, but this time it led to a celebration for the Spurs.
Children's mental health in crisis, made worse by pandemic
The physical health of American kids got much safer now that they can get the covid vaccines. But during this pandemic, their mental health has also been hurting. How can they be helped?
Young leads Hawks past Grizzlies as Morant injures left knee
Trae Young had 31 points and 10 assists to lead the Atlanta Hawks to a 132-100 victory Friday night over the Memphis Grizzlies, who lost star point guard Ja Morant to a left knee injury.
First migrant victim identified in English Channel capsize
Maryam Nuri Mohamed Amin, 24, a Kurdish woman from northern Iraq, had begun texting her fiancé as the group's dinghy began to deflate, the BBC reported.
Cockburn's career night lifts No. 14 Illinois to 94-85 win
Kofi Cockburn scored a career-high 38 points to lead No. 14 Illinois to a hard-fought 94-85 win over Texas Rio Grande Valley on Friday night.
How anti-Trump conservatives have fled Fox News
The audience of right wing media such as Fox News, Newsmax and One America News Network wants little to do with resisting Trump... Republicans who don't get news from these networks are far more unfavorable to the former President.
Christine Brown celebrates first Thanksgiving after Kody Brown split
The reality star shared holiday photos featuring snaps of Brown with her own mother, Ruth Ann LeBaron, as well as with daughter Truley, whom she shares with her ex.
Jarry, Pens keep Isles winless in new arena, 1-0
Tristan Jarry made 25 saves, Kasperi Kapanen scored in the second period and the Pittsburgh Penguins kept the depleted New York Islanders winless at their new arena with a 1-0 victory Friday night.
From my dad's death in Afghanistan 20 years ago to Taliban retaking the country. How did we get here?
On Nov. 25, 2001, I was an infant when a group of Marines came to my family’s house to inform us that my father, Johnny “Mike” Spann, wasn’t coming home. He had been killed in Afghanistan.
‘The Great British Baking Show’ Finale: Chigs Paid Tribute to Jürgen in the Best Way Possible
The Teutonic titan's presence was felt in that Finale tent.
Booker, Suns extend win streak to 15, beat Knicks 118-97
The Phoenix Suns are taking a 15-game winning streak to Brooklyn for a showdown with the Nets.
6 easy, satisfying snacks for weekend grazing
If you're looking for something fun and filling to eat on the weekend but don't want a whole meal, try these satisfying snack recipes.
Omicron: How to Think About the New Variant of Concern
There are many unknowns but we have the means to manage the variant.
Heart-Pounding Video Shows Man Escaping Burning Building by Jumping Off Balcony
A trapped resident was saved when he jumped from his balcony into the arms of first responders.
Travel Gifts They'll Actually Use
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L.A. Affairs: I'd been single for 32 years. Then he walked in
We had so much in common. Our political and religious views were complementary too. That was some kind of miracle right there.
Lost luggage: In May, 10 strange sculptures showed up in the Potomac River
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The new Omicron variant is a pandemic gut check
The emergence of the newly identified Omicron coronavirus variant feels like a pandemic gut check.
Dave Chappelle Didn’t Exactly Get A Warm Welcome From His Former High School
Chappelle spoke to nearly 600 students at his alma mater Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday.
At least 2 people in the U.K. have the omicron variant, health secretary says
The cases involve travel to southern Africa, where the latest COVID variant of concern was first identified, the British health secretary said. No cases have been identified in the U.S. so far.
Raekwon reflects on Wu-Tang Clan and new book
He is Raekwon The Chef — not a cook, but a music man who stirs up words like few others. Born Corey Woods, he's one of the original members of the Wu-Tang Clan, the legendary hip-hop group that changed the music industry in the 1990s. Raekwon has also put out his own ground-breaking solo work. Now he's out with "From Staircase to Stage,” a book published by Simon & Schuster, a division of ViacomCBS. It is a raw, rollicking look at a group that remains a cultural touchstone.
Group of 20-30 robbers swarm Best Buy in Minnesota on Black Friday
The theft resembles other mass robberies recently seen across the country.
The work secrets of best-selling author James Patterson
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POLITICO Playbook: MTG plays cat and mouse with McCarthy
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New book examines 14-year construction process of the Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge has been an indelible part of the New York City skyline for 140 years. When it was completed in 1883, it was hailed as an engineering marvel and called the Eighth Wonder of the World. It also linked what were then two of America's largest cities -- New York and Brooklyn. The story of its construction is a drama in itself and now a new book, "Building the Brooklyn Bridge," gives readers an inside view of the 14-year construction process that has been largely out of sight, until now. Michelle Miller has the details.
Holiday shoppers spend big, hunt for out-of-stock items
There's evidence American consumers are very much in a buying mood. Adobe estimates shoppers spent as much as $9 billion on Black Friday. Consumers are also expected to show up for Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. CBS News senior business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS Saturday Morning” to look at what this spending could mean for the upcoming holiday season.
The Dish: Meet the team behind Pig Beach BBQ
Pig Beach BBQ is the brainchild of three friends who are trying to remake the world of barbecue. They opened their first location in Brooklyn, New York in 2016, a second in neighboring Queens just a month ago and are eyeing a Florida location. None of those spots are traditionally considered barbecue destinations but that is changing fast.
UK Records Two Cases of 'Omicron' Variant as Countries Impose Travel Restrictions
New restrictions were being slapped on travel as the world scurried Saturday to contain the new omicron variant of the coronavirus.
John Jay College skirted law about paying former president’s drivers
Former college president Jeremy Travis' drivers earned far more than the annual $30,000 cap on taxpayer money they could collect.
Will smash-and-grab thefts impact holiday shopping?
Many of America's high-end retailers have been targeted by coordinated, group burglaries. Could this scare consumers off from in-person holiday shopping?
Vasilevskiy gets 200th win, Lightning top Kraken 3-0
Andrei Vasilevskiy made 17 saves in his 200th victory and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Seattle Kraken 3-0 Friday night for their sixth win in seven games.
First Omicron Variant Cases Discovered in U.K. Says Health Secretary
Sajid Javid said the two cases have a "connection with travel to southern Africa."
Man visiting family in Miami for Thanksgiving disarms carjacker
A man's Thanksgiving visit to his family in Miami turned into a fight for his life.
DeMar DeRozan scores 23 points, Bulls rout Magic 123-88
DeMar DeRozan scored 23 points, Zach LaVine added 21 and the Chicago Bulls beat the Orlando Magic 123-88 on a Friday night that belonged to Nikola Vucevic.
World reacts to omicron much faster than previous variants; vaccine contingency plans in motion: Latest COVID-19 updates
Fears over the omicron COVID-19 variant have rapidly spread across the globe, sending stocks tumbling and prompting travel restrictions.
Woman Left Devastated After Nobody Turns up to Her 'Friendsgiving' Meal
A video has gone viral showing a woman waiting for the friends she had invited over for a Thanksgiving meal, but they never arrived.
Remembering musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim
Stephen Sondheim, one of the theater's most influential composers and songwriters, whose career dated back to the 1950s, has died at the age of 91. Sondheim reshaped the American stage, winning eight Tony Awards, eight Grammys and an Oscar. Jamie Wax details his life and legacy.
Merzlikins stops 39 shots, Blue Jackets beat Canucks 4-2
Elvis Merzlikins stopped 39 shots, Gustav Nyquist scored short-handed and had an assist, and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat Vancouver Canucks 4-2 Friday night.
New Covid variant Omicron alarms world, restricts travel
Covid-19 'is going to become endemic ... the goal is just to tame it,' says infectious diseases specialist Dr. Amesh Adalja. UNICEF's Lily Caprani warns that many people across the globe remain 'dangerously unprotected.'
Two storm systems threaten travel delays this weekend
One of the busiest travel weekends of the year is here and if you are among the estimated 53.4 million people traveling home from Thanksgiving festivities this weekend one of two storm systems could impact your plans.
Biden poll numbers creep upwards
The Nov 16-18 survey from Hill-HarrisX found Biden's numbers edged from 42% to 44%.
Doctor explains why he thinks Ominicron likely in US at a low level
Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious disease specialist, explains why he thinks the Omnicron variant of the Covid-19 virus is likely in the US at a lower level than the Delta variant.