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Steve Somers leaving WFAN ‘sometime this fall’

Somers, 74, made somewhat of an announcement on his show Thursday, saying his time at that station is coming to an end “more sooner than later.” 
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Woman Awarded $2.1M After Walmart Demands $200 Settlement Over Dismissed Shoplifting Case
Lesleigh Nurse accused the retailer of sending a series of threatening emails demanding the settlement.
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People Mock 'The Queen's Gambit' Board Game: 'It's Not Actually Chess'
"It looks similar to the board game from that musical called Chess," joked one online commentator, while another urged people to "stick to snakes and ladders."
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Americans Less Concerned About Omicron Outbreak Than They Were About Delta, Poll Finds
Scientists and health officials fear Omicron may be more transmissible than other COVID-19 variants, but much is still unknown about the strain.
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Tyler Cameron reacts to Hannah Brown’s book: ‘I’ve got receipts, too’
"You know, she's writing a book — she's got to sell books, she's got to make headlines. Sell them books!" Cameron quipped about Brown's new book.
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New Migrant Caravan of 2K Moves North as Efforts to Contain in Southern Mexico Fail
"In Tapachula, there's no life for migrants. We don't have work, we don't have money to pay for housing," Atis, a migrant from Haiti, said.
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Mysterious mummy found in tomb in Peru with hands covering its face
A mummy, fully bound in ropes and with its hands covering its face, has been discovered in an underground tomb in Peru.
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FedEx driver dumped packages at least 6 times into Alabama ravine, sheriff says
Authorities investigating the discovery of hundreds of FedEx packages in an Alabama ravine have questioned the driver they think is responsible -- and believe the driver dumped packages there at least six times, a sheriff said Tuesday.
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Tiger Woods Does Not Expect to Play Golf Full Time Ever Again 9 Months After Car Crash
"As far as playing at the tour level, I don't know when that's going to happen," the golf legend said during a Tuesday press conference.
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Would Twitter's New Privacy Rules Have Banned George Floyd's Arrest Video?
The policy sparked criticism, as many believe it would have prevented people from sharing the video of George Floyd's arrest, which sparked nationwide protests.
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Employers split on whether vaccine mandates help or hurt recruitment
Most employers plan to require vaccines but they don't know if it will help or hurt their recruiting efforts -- or even lead to resignations, a new study by advisory firm Willis Towers Watson found.
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"QAnon Shaman" to appeal 41-month sentence for role in Capitol attack
Images from the January 6 assault feature a shirtless Chansley wearing red, white and blue face paint and a fur helmet and carrying an American flag as he marched through the halls of Congress.
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Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows cooperating with Jan. 6 committee
Meadows has provided records to the committee investigating the attack on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob and will give a deposition.
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Beyoncé dropping new Ivy Park collection, Halls of Ivy, for the holidays
It’s time to deck the halls. Beyoncé has fans covered for the holiday season, announcing on Tuesday that her new Ivy Park x Adidas collection — appropriately named Halls of Ivy — will be released on December 9. The fifth collaboration between the singer, 40, and the activewear company is meant to “unite all people,...
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NYC woman charged with murder of man covered in written messages: 'I touch little girls'
Rene Ayarde, 28, has been charged in connection to the July murder of 80-year-old Robert Baynor, of Staten Island, N.Y., who was found with messages written on his body, including one on his chest that read: "I touch little girls."
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It’s Time for CNN to Can Chris Cuomo for Being Completely Full of Crap
The star anchor misled viewers about advising his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, during the latter's sexual harassment scandal.
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Severed Foot Found in Lagoon Belonged to Man in Witness Protection
Convicted drug trafficker Justino Cordovilla had disappeared two months before the severed foot was found.
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ISIS fighter who murdered Yazidi girl, 5, is jailed for genocide
Taha Al-Jumailly was found guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity for his involvement in the slaughter of more than 3,000 Yazidis and enslavement of 7,000 women and girls
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Unvaccinated Man Who Lost Wife to COVID, Ended Up in ICU, Urges People To Get Shots
Jeremy Voss' daughter blamed her parents' plight on "idiots" spreading COVID misinformation.
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Namibian Diplomat Infected With Omicron Variant Becomes Japan's First Case
Japan announced a ban on all foreign visitors through the end of the year as a precaution for the new COVID variant after the country received its first case.
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Ex-footballer Mohamed Aboutrika calls homosexuality a 'dangerous ideology' against the backdrop of the Premier League's Rainbow Laces campaign
Former Egypt international Mohamed Aboutrika has described homosexuality as a "dangerous ideology" amid an English Premier League initiative championing LGBTQ+ inclusion.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene just called another House Republican "trash"
Marjorie Taylor Greene doesn't like Democrats. But she may dislike some of her fellow Republicans even more.
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11-year-old ‘prolific carjacker’ arrested in Chicago, eyed in several heists: cops
The boy, who was not publicly identified, was busted Friday on a felony count of aggravated vehicular hijacking with a firearm, Chicago police brass said Monday.
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NBA player Enes Kanter on his legal name change to include 'Freedom' after becoming American citizen
NBA player Enes Kanter, an outspoken critic of Turkey's authoritarian regime and human rights advocate, spoke about changing his legal name to include ‘Freedom’ in celebration of his American citizenship.
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'Sex Cult Nun' is a brutal and empowering memoir about living in the Children of God cult
Faith Jones' grandfather founded the Children of God cult. In her 20s, she broke away. Now, she's sharing her story.       
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Tourists flocking to lockdown-free Florida
Cooped-up tourists eager for a taste of Florida's sandy beaches, swaying palm trees and warmer climates are visiting the Sunshine State in droves, topping pre-pandemic levels in recent months.
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Miss USA Elle Smith wins ‘wokest’ pageant ever opposite first trans contestant
The 2021 event was dubbed "Pageantry Reimagined," and featured just 9 blonde contestants.
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Lindsay Lohan’s dad: Why Bader Shammas is better than ex Aaron Carter
The actress' father, Michael Lohan, told The Post of Shammas: "He's not a Hollywood type, you don't see any pictures of them in the press. That was one of Lindsay's problems — the paps encroaching on her and coming up with stories. It was tough."
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Powell says Fed may accelerate winding down of bond-buying stimulus as economy improves but Omicron variant poses risks
Fed Chair Powell says central bank may accelerate bond-buying stimulus as economy improves.     
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U.S. Labs Able to Spot Omicron Through Current COVID Swab Tests When Variant Arrives
Being able to effectively identify the variant is especially important as Dr. Anthony Fauci warns that its emergence in the U.S. is "inevitable."
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Slot machines and tearjerkers: Adele is heading to Las Vegas for a residency
With 'Weekends With Adele,' the British singer will perform at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas every Saturday and Sunday for three months.
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Ex-Miss Brazil Transsexual Mikaelly Martinez accused of drugging, robbing men she met online
Mikaelly Martinez, who held the trans crown in 2019, was arrested Sunday on Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro.
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Meghan Markle’s attorney tells controversial BBC doc there are ‘massive inaccuracies’ in bullying allegations
The allegations, originally published by the U.K. Times in March, were made public days before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's televised sit-down with Oprah Winfrey.
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Economists may be upbeat, but consumers don’t live by data points
There's a big disconnect between what we're being told and what we're experiencing.
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What Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick had to say about Brian Kelly departure
What now for Notre Dame football?Athletic director Jack Swarbrick discusses the future of the football program after Brian Kelly bolts for LSU.       
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Josh Duggar trial: Attorney argues witness's testimony should be prohibited, citing 'clergy privilege'
Josh Duggar's child pornography trial began on Tuesday with jury selection, and just hours before the disgraced star arrived to court, his attorneys filed legal documents that attempt to prohibit a witness from delivering further testimony.
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Woman Who Allegedly Shot, Killed 6-Year-Old Son Wanted to 'Send Baby to Heaven'
According to an incident report, the 31-year-old woman's brother reportedly tackled her as she was trying to reload the firearm.
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What Being Incarcerated Taught One Public Defender About the Criminal Justice System
While a senior at Tennessee State University (TSU) in 2002, Keeda Haynes agreed to receive multiple packages for her then-boyfriend. He told her that the deliveries were for a cell phone and pager business. As it turned out, the packages actually contained marijuana. Unbeknownst to Haynes, her boyfriend was being watched by the police. By…
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Bye-Bye, Miners! How Ethereum’s Big Change Will Work
Ethereum is making big changes. Perhaps the most important is the jettisoning of the “miners” who track and validate transactions on the world’s most-used blockchain network. Miners are the heart of a system known as proof of work that was pioneered by Bitcoin and adopted by Ethereum, the platform that supports Ether, the runner-up to Bitcoin as the world’s most valuable cryptocurrency. Proof of work has come under increasing criticism for its environmental impact: Bitcoin miners now use as much
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GOP lawmaker defends her record from Marjorie Taylor Greene attack after criticizing Boebert
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene attacked fellow House Republican Nancy Mace on Tuesday, after Mace condemned inflammatory and anti-Muslim comments made by Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert.
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MI6 Warns China 'Miscalculation,' 'Overconfidence' Could Lead to War With U.K., Allies
MI6 Chief Richard Moore said China, Russia, Iran and international terrorism were the U.K.'s "big four" security issues, with China taking the No. 1 spot.
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Another video shows Lauren Boebert suggesting Ilhan Omar was terrorist
Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado suggested to a crowd for in September that Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, whom she called "black-hearted" and "evil," was a terrorist.
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Michigan representative's office broken into and vandalized
A suburban Detroit office of U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell has been broken into and ransacked, with memorabilia belonging to her late husband and longtime Congressman John Dingell damaged.
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The 8 best breathable face masks for safely working out in
Protect yourself and others from COVID-19 at the gym, at the park or even on a run with these masks made for working out.
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University of Oxford on omicron: No proof COVID-19 vaccines won't prevent against severe disease
The University of Oxford said Tuesday there was no evidence that current COVID-19 vaccines would not continue to protect against severe disease from the omicron variant.
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Twitter Tightens Privacy Policies to Block Sharing Media of Private Users Without Consent
The newly updated policy bans the sharing of videos or photos without private users' permission.
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Everyone Expects the Supreme Court to Uphold or Overturn Roe. But There’s Another Option.
The escape hatch from this abortion battle that terrifies conservatives.
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How Old-Style Buy Now, Pay Later Became Trendy ‘BNPL’: QuickTake
Millennials and Gen Zers have an addictive new way to buy stuff that would look familiar to their great-grandparents. “Buy now, pay later” is a type of consumer credit that really got going in the 19th century when Singer sewing machines were sold for a “dollar down, dollar a week.” But the modern fintech twist in “BNPL” is that it’s aimed at people making impulse purchases of fashion or jewelry or electronics rather than sofas or refrigerators. It’s delivered through apps that are wildly popula
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Ansel Elgort hits ‘West Side Story’ premiere with girlfriend amid split rumors
A source told Page Six in September that the actor and Komyshan, who met in high school, “are together but not" and that “It’s complicated."
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