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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Lørenskog Disappearance’ On Netflix, A Norwegian Noir Drama About The Disappearance Of A Billionaire’s Wife

Based on a true story, a new limited series examines the twists and turns involved in the disappearance of Anne-Elisabeth Hagen.
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'RuPaul's Drag Race UK's' Starlet Was Left in 'Vulnerable Place' After Exit
"RuPaul's Drag Race UK" queen Starlet spoke to Newsweek about her shock exit from Season 4, and why she feared she was "disrespectful" to RuPaul.
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Coolio reprised his role for ‘Futurama’ revival before he died
'Futurama' co-creator David X. Cohen said that late rapper Coolio recorded an episode for the Hulu reboot a few weeks before his death.
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Restaurant CEO Allegedly Caught Punishing Pro-Union Worker in Recording
"I also am gonna ask you to not vote the union in," said a restaurant manager in the leaked recording.
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Key Midterm States See Faster Economic Decline Than Average
The latest GDP data shows that only 10 states are growing, while several key midterm election states saw sharp falls in their economies.
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Investigating the Caldor Fire | Sunday on 60 Minutes
A year after the Caldor Fire, angry residents are demanding answers from the U.S. Forest Service, whom they blame for letting a small fire get out of control and turn into a catastrophe.
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Doctor burnout reached ‘highest level on record’ during COVID
Physician burnout spiked during the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Amber Heard emerges in Spain with daughter Oonagh after Johnny Depp trial
The "Aquaman" star was photographed looking jubilant as she spent time with her daughter and her girlfriend, Bianca Butti, in Palma de Mallorca.
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Child burned, taken to hospital following car fire
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Couple moves to Florida just in time for hurricane
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Man used Grindr app to lure, rob 4 men; sentenced
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Doctor accused of sexually abusing patients
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Everything to know about 'Yellowstone' Season 5 (and see Kevin Costner as Montana's governor)
"Yellowstone" gets political as Kevin Costner's John Dutton swears in as Montana governor in trailer. What to know about upcoming season 5.       
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OnlyFans influencer Annabelle Knight thought she was dying after buying vape off the street in Bali
An Australian woman thought she was “going to die” and felt like she had “knives in her lungs” after buying a “dodgy” vape from a stranger in Bali.
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Stellan Skarsgard Is Doing Drag On ‘Andor’ and Honestly? Werk
We're all born naked and the rest is drag in the name of fomenting dissent against the fascist Empire.
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People in Cuba protest over the island-wide blackout caused by Hurricane Ian
The power outage caused by the storm prompted protests in the streets of Havana as several hundred people demanded restoration of electricity more than two days after a blackout hit the entire island.
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America Misspells These Five Car Brand Names the Most
Women are better spellers, especially with Italian automaker names.
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Officials warn Hurricane Ian remains a threat ahead of second U.S. landfall
Hurricane Ian regained strength over the Atlantic Ocean, becoming a Category 1 storm again as it takes aim Friday at Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. Officials warned the danger is far from over. CBS News correspondent Michael George reports from Folly Beach, South Carolina, just south of Charleston.
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Three Metro Green Line stations to close for system repairs
Three Metro Green Line stations to close for system repairs
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Cops Rescue 'Alone and Scared' Kitten From Hurricane Ian, Name Her Stormie
Social media praised the two officers for rescuing Stormie, calling them "heroes" with "big hearts."
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Trump-Backed Dr. Oz Eating Into Biden's Black, Hispanic Voter Base
"I think Fetterman is struggling a little bit with urban and non-white voters," Franklin and Marshall pollster Berwood Yost told Newsweek.
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Big Government Hinders Puerto Rico's Recovery | Opinion
As Puerto Ricans face another test of our resilience, it is high time for government officials—federal and local—to reassess their efficiency and effectiveness.
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I set my wedding dress on fire to ‘heal’ from divorce : ‘I felt so empowered’
He burned a bridge, so she burned her dress.
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The Big Takeaways From Elon Musk’s Twitter Texts
Hundreds of Elon Musk’s private text messages about Twitter were made public
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Looters arrested in Fort Myers in wake of Hurricane Ian chaos
Florida cops arrested a group of looters in a devastated section of Fort Myers Thursday, according to a local reporter.
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Star Jones Returns to ‘The View’ and Clashes with Co-Hosts on Ginni Thomas: “I Think She’s a Smart Lady”
Jones posed a different perspective.
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Goodie riddance! Candy corn recalled in parts of New England
The plastic-textured goodie was yanked from the shelves by the Massachusetts-based firm Arcade Snacks, which said the eggs could trigger a life-threatening allergic reaction.
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Americans are still weighed down by high inflation, though sentiment is improving
Americans are feeling more positive about the economy and believe inflation will settle down — but plenty of uncertainty is still swirling.
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Opinion: Do we really need yet another 'bombshell' book about Trump?
The robust sales of many Donald Trump-related books attest to the hunger among readers to hear every gobsmacking detail about the former president, writes Bill Carter. But even ravenous levels of hunger can be sated -- eventually
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Driver arrested after police shootout, chase in South L.A.
A man was arrested following a shootout with police and a car chase that ended with the suspect plowing his vehicle into parked cars in South L.A., authorities said.
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American, mom and baby among victims of Iranian missile attack on Iraq
The U.S., U.K. and United Nations have condemned the attack targeting Kurdish opposition groups as an unprovoked assault on Iraqi sovereignty.
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Texas warden, brother accused of shooting 2 migrants
Twins Mike and Mark Sheppard, 60, have been arrested on manslaughter charges for allegedly shooting and killing a male migrant, and wounding a female migrant who had stopped to drink water in rural Texas.
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Here Are the 12 New Books You Should Read in October
From Tricia Hersey's 'Rest Is Resistance' to George Saunders's 'Liberation Day'
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Europe faces 'scary situation' following mysterious pipeline leaks, former US regulator says
The apparent sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines running from Russia underscore Europe's massive energy vulnerabilities, former US energy regulator Neil Chatterjee told CNN.
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Next steps for victims of Hurricane Ian, from insurance claims to FEMA aid
As those impacted by Hurricane Ian begin the long recovery process, they may be able to rely on insurance, or a combination of insurance and federal aid.
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Sunny Hostin Hits Back at Conservatives Angry with Lizzo Playing James Madison’s Flute, Points to President’s Slave-Owning History
"Well, James Madison owned 100 slaves. That's a degradation of history," Hostin scoffed.
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Forest Bathing Shown to Reduce Anxiety: 'The More Nature, the Better'
"[The key is] being aware of what you are seeing, what you are smelling, what you are hearing, what you are touching." Yasuhiro Kotera told Newsweek.
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‘The Greatest Beer Run Ever’ True Story: How John Chick Donohue Inspired the Zac Efron Movie
"For half a century, I’ve been told I was full of it, to the point where I stopped even telling this story,” the real John Donohue said.
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Shipwreck of WWI German U-boat Discovered off Virginia in 400ft of Water
The wreck of the German U-Boat U-111 was intentionally sunk by the U.S. Navy in 1923 after it was captured at the end of the war.
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SpaceX and NASA Might Team Up to Save the Hubble Space Telescope
NASAThe Hubble Space Telescope might be getting a much needed boost after NASA and SpaceX inked an agreement to explore ways to lift the spacecraft higher into orbit.The 32-year-old orbital instrument has been steadily falling back to Earth since its last service mission in 2009. That’s why NASA and SpaceX have signed a Space Act Agreement—which allows the agency to work with private entities—to study the viability of nudging the telescope back up, thereby extending its lifespan by an estimated 15 to 20 years.The idea would be to send SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft to the Hubble in order to boost it from its current 332 mile altitude orbit, to the 372 mile altitude it was originally stationed at when it was launched 1990. The study will look at the economic feasibility of such a mission, and explore whether or not the two parties could conduct a service mission to upgrade and repair the Hubble as well.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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19 celebrities who wore Karl Lagerfeld’s Chanel to the Met Gala
From Blake Lively to Kristen Stewart, we're looking back at the best Chanel moments on the Met Gala red carpet ahead of 2023's Karl Lagerfeld theme.
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Nike is going on sale, and its stock is plunging
Add Nike to the list of brands and stores discounting excess merchandise to clear it off shelves.
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Giant Gas Bubble Orbiting Milky Way's Supermassive Black Hole: Study
Researchers say the gas bubble completes a full circle in just 70 minutes.
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Pajama-Obsessed Cat That Loves to Be Tucked In at Bedtime Melts Hearts
Tiktok users described Alfie and his bedtime routine as "the cutest thing ever."
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Comic Chris D'Elia hit with restraining order by woman he says he never met
Embattled comedian Chris D'Elia has been accused of threatening to release intimate, adult videos of a woman and making death threats against her.
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Coast Guard Airlifts Couple, Cats Off Inaccessible Sanibel Island
Hundreds of residents were stranded on the Florida island and surrounded by severe flooding after the Sanibel Causeway collapsed into the Gulf of Mexico.
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Florida theme parks and tourist attractions: What's open and closed
Here's where things stand with Florida's theme parks and other tourist sites as the state begins dealing with Hurricane Ian's disastrous passage. Also find out about canceled and diverted cruises.
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Disney World, Universal Orlando, have reopened after Hurricane Ian, but not to everyone at once
Florida's biggest theme parks are gradually reopening following Hurricane Ian. Here's when guests can go back.      
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Bellator 286 weigh-in video: Champ Patricio Freire, challenger Adam Borics set for title clash
Bellator 286 on Saturday has a title fight locked in at the top of the bill after Patricio Freire and Adam Borics made weight.      Related StoriesSpike Carlyle plots Bellator 286 upset of A.J. McKee to enter lightweight title pictureA.J. McKee says Nate Diaz 'can get Long Beach slapped,' welcomes fight in BellatorA.J. McKee says Nate Diaz 'can get Long Beach slapped,' welcomes fight in Bellator - Enclosure 
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