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Supreme Court Dashes Hopes of Vaccine Mandate Opponents

Recent decisions by three justices suggest the Court is not prepared to revisit a precedent established in 1905.
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Song at grandpa’s funeral using last text goes viral on social media
A talented teen in Manchester, UK, used her grandfather’s final text message as inspiration for an original song. “It’s important to not pretend to be someone you’re not,” the 76-year-old told her via text. “And why would you, you is you and me is me so endeth the sermon.” The touching tribute, performed by 14-year-old...
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Kids found with 21 weapons at Brooklyn high school day after gun bust
City officials placed a metal detector in a Brooklyn high school the day after a student was busted with a loaded gun -- and turned up an astonishing 21 weapons in just one day.
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Jeffrey Epstein’s former housekeeper claims Ghislaine Maxwell was ‘lady of the house’
Jeffrey Epstein's longtime housekeeper testified that Ghislaine Maxwell was the "lady of the house" at the powerful pedophile's Florida mansion -- and that countless young women hung out there.
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Buccaneers' Antonio Brown, Mike Edwards Suspended Over 'Misrepresenting' Vaccination Status
Brown and Edwards' suspensions will last for three days, according to the NFL.
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Antonio Brown suspended for misrepresenting COVID vaccination status
Antonio Brown was one of multiple players suspended by the NFL Thursday for misrepresenting his COVID-19 vaccination status.
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Shop the best gifts for dad still on sale for Cyber Monday 2021
Gifts for dad are now on sale after Cyber Monday 2021 from brands like Apple, AncestryDNA and more.
10 great Christmas stocking stuffer ideas under $25
On a budget? Check out these small gifts to stuff the stockings of everyone in your home
Exclusive: Sinema won't commit to voting for Biden's sweeping social safety net expansion
Kyrsten Sinema, the influential moderate Democratic senator from Arizona, did not commit to voting for President Joe Biden's sweeping social safety net legislation in a sit-down interview with CNN on Thursday, the latest sign that Senate Democrats do not yet have the votes to pass one of the party's top legislative priorities even as leadership hopes to approve the measure before Christmas.
Atlanta underdog Andre Dickens wins mayor's office, stumping skeptics
Andre Dickens rolled to victory Tuesday in the Atlanta mayor's race, scoring a nearly 2-to-1 victory over City Council President Felicia Moore, the former front-runner, and stunning longtime observers of Atlanta politics.
Ho ho oh no! There's a shortage of Santas this holiday season
Demand for appearances by Santa Claus has skyrocketed this holiday season while the number of available Santas has gone down -- driven partly by safety fears during the pandemic.
‘Up In The Blue Seats’ Podcast Episode 66: Rangers Keep Fighting to Top of East feat. Bill Pidto
Igor Shesterkin has been the number one reason this Rangers team is right there toward the top of the Eastern Conference.
Suspect arrested in shooting death of Jacqueline Avant
A man has been arrested in the shooting death of Jacqueline Avant, philanthropist and wife of music icon Clarence Avant.
Woman shares viral hack for hanging Christmas tree lights
Unless you're among those who've already had their Christmas tree up since late October, you're yet to go through the nightmare of decorating it.
More states considering bans on gas-powered lawn equipment
California was first to pass a ban in October and now New York and Illinois are introducing similar legislation.
New Barbie doll inspired by ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ released
Barbie dolls can be fighter pilots, too.
PM Update: Cold front delivers slightly cooler air for Friday
After temperatures 10 or more degrees above normal today, they'll be more like five above normal tomorrow.
Stream It or Skip It: ‘The Bitch Who Stole Christmas’ on VH1, ‘Drag Race’s’ Campy Sendup of Hallmark Movies
The library is open and Hallmark is gonna get read to filth.
Liberal pundits fume at Supreme Court on Mississippi abortion case, say women could wind up in 'coffin'
Liberal media pundits not happy with line of questioning by the conservative majority Supreme Court during Mississippi abortion case
Andrew Cuomo Now Faces a Federal Probe Into Sexual Harassment Claims After AG Report
A Cuomo spokesman said the Justice Department's Civil Division is looking into the sexual harassment allegations against the former New York governor.
UPenn transgender swimmer sparks outrage by shattering women’s records
Lia Thomas, a 22-year old transgender swimmer at the University of Pennsylvania, has been shattering women's records at the school.
Stacey Abrams Could Win This Time
The national climate is against her. She’ll motivate the Republican base. But here’s why she might have a better shot this second time around.
New US travel rules: What you need to know about the changes prompted by Omicron
Just when we thought travel rules were stabilizing, along comes the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. Read this Q&A for the latest updates on new US travel rules.
Republican senators threaten to shut down government over vaccine mandate ahead of Friday deadline
Ethan Crumbley's Parents' Actions Regarding Gun Access Went Beyond Negligence: Prosecutor
Though Crumbley has already been charged with two dozen crimes, Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald is also weighing criminal charges against the parents.
Photos: Bellator 272 ceremonial weigh-ins and faceoffs
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Eddie Mekka, Carmine on 'Laverne & Shirley,' dead at 69
Eddie Mekka, who found fame playing Carmine "The Big Ragoo" Ragusa, on the hit series "Laverne & Shirley," died Saturday at his home in Newhall, California, according to his official Facebook account.
Ghislaine Maxwell’s Trial Centers on Allegations of ‘Grooming’ Young Girls. Here’s What That Means
When the first accuser in the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell took the stand on Nov. 30, she spoke of meeting Maxwell and her longtime associate Jeffrey Epstein at a summer arts camp when she was 14 years old. Identified by the pseudonym “Jane,” she testified that Epstein and Maxwell approached her while she was eating…
Don't be late to your meetings: New Zoom tool can track attendance status
Zoom meetings will now have a feature called "Attendance Status," making it easier for hosts to track whether participants have joined the meeting
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Adrienne’ on HBO Max, a Loving Documentary Portrait of Adrienne Shelly, by Her Grieving Husband
Shelly was murdered in 2006, a few months before her breakthrough film, Waitress, debuted.
Nate Diaz says UFC wants him to fight 'rookie' Khamzat Chimaev: 'Don't disrespect me like that'
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Biden Extends Mask Requirements for Air Travel Through the Winter
President Biden announced Thursday his administration will, once again, extend the mask requirements for travel on aircraft, train, and other forms of public transportation.
Christine Quinn’s face, then and now: ‘Selling Sunset’ star’s changing look
Known for her love of ‘burgers and Botox,’ the real estate agent has been showing as many new looks as she does properties.
Rep. Norman demands FDA release COVID vaccine data in 100 days
South Carolina Republican Rep. Ralph Norman on Thursday introduced legislation that could force the Food and Drug Administration to release all documents relating to the coronavirus vaccine within the next 100 days.
Va. track coach extorted juvenile for illicit photos, police say
Ted Nasol, 26, of Aldie, is facing multiple charges after the victim’s social media was hacked.
Why John Roberts cited the private papers of the justice who wrote Roe v. Wade
During Wednesday's historic oral arguments on abortion rights, Chief Justice John Roberts pulled back the curtain on internal Supreme Court negotiations and referred to the papers of the late Justice Harry Blackmun, the author of Roe v. Wade.
'They deserve a shot': Saints' Jenkins on the qualified minority head coaching candidates
Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins explains how far the NFL still has to go when it comes to considering and hiring minority head coaches.
British citizens ‘should take COVID test before going Christmas shopping’
Shoppers are set to be urged by the Government to take a COVID test before going on Christmas shopping trips.
14-Year-Old on Bike Ride Fatally Stabbed in 'Random Act' by Homeless Man, Police Say
"I would best describe it as an innocent child victim having a chance encounter with a very violent criminal," Palm Beach Gardens Chief Clinton Shannon said.
New York City Sets Vaccine Mandate for Religious and Private School Workers
The directive, which affects 56,000 employees, may face opposition at yeshivas, because of resistance to coronavirus vaccines among some Orthodox Jews.
HBO execs ‘were concerned’ about ‘Sopranos’ star James Gandolfini ‘staying alive,' book claims
The claim about James Gandolfini was made in a new book titled “Tinderbox: HBO’s Ruthless Pursuit of New Frontiers” written by journalist James Andrew Miller.
Why This Trans Boy Had More Rights a Century Ago Than Many Trans Children Today
More than 100 years ago at Craigievar Castle in Scotland, Ewan Forbes’ mother realized her 6-year-old was a boy, despite it saying “female” on his birth certificate. Instead of sending him to boarding school like his brother and sister, Gwendolen Forbes homeschooled a young Ewan and let him dress and play as he wished. To…
CNN faces calls to enlist outside firm to probe Cuomo scandal, network mum on who will conduct review
CNN is under pressure to enlist an outside, white-shoe law firm to investigate the scandal surrounding suspended anchor Chris Cuomo, but it is unclear if the liberal network will.
Saints Jenkins believes frustrations on taunting should be directed at league, not refs
Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins explains why frustrations, when it comes to taunting and ticky-tack roughing the passer calls, should be directed at the league and the competition committee, and not as much on the referees, who are taking orders from the former.
Small percentage of migrants had access to vaccines in U.S. care
Two agencies have provided coronavirus vaccination to more than 90,000 migrants in U.S. custody, according to data obtained by CBS News. But Border Patrol has yet to offer shots.
Surgeon who amputated the wrong leg of an elderly patient fined less than $3,100
An Austrian court fined a surgeon $3,050 after she amputated the wrong leg of an 82-year-old man suffering from multiple medical conditions.
The World Is Lifting Abortion Restrictions. Why Is the U.S. Moving Against the Tide?
The trend is towards liberalizing reproductive freedom, not repressing it.
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Man Allegedly Kills 2-Month-Old Son While Baby's Mom Was Hospitalized With COVID
Colton Thompson admitted to investigators that the baby was unresponsive after he allegedly grabbed him out of the bouncer and threw him on the bed.