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Texas families fight neighborhood fracking

French energy giant Total Energies is pushing to add more natural gas wells in densely populated neighborhoods in Arlington, Texas. Residents, many of them Latino and Black, are fighting to stop the fracking. (Nov. 30)      
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Alex Murdaugh charged with stealing more than $8.5M as new indictments filed
Former South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh is now facing a total of 71 charges and is accused of stealing more than $8.5 million from clients after a new round of indictments.
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How a Calm Call for Help Led 2 N.Y.P.D. Officers Into a Hail of Gunfire
The latest deadly episode to rattle the city began with a routine domestic disturbance call and ended with one officer dead and another in critical condition.
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Marilyn Monroe's close friend weighs in on her death
"'The Cubans weren't there. The Kennedys weren't there," Marilyn Monroe's friend Amy Greene said of Monroe's tragic death. Don't miss "Reframed: Marilyn Monroe" on CNN this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.
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Russia, NATO maintain dicey impasse, experts divided on best next steps
The U.S. and NATO remain at a diplomatic impasse with Russia as the Kremlin has yet to make any moves in dismantling its 100,000-strong troop buildup along Ukraine’s border.
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Magruder High School student charged as adult with attempted second-degree murder
The 17-year-old Maryland student was armed with an “ghost gun," police in Montgomery County said.
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'My heart drops': Photographer describes the surprising way Marilyn reviewed his photos
"She knew more about photography than most photographers that ever photographed her." A photographer walks through Marilyn Monroe's surprising reaction to the photos he took of her. Tune in Sunday at 9 p.m. ET to watch all-new episodes of the CNN Original Series "Reframed: Marilyn Monroe."
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Why Boris Johnson May Finally Have Gone Too Far
Moral hypocrisy, such as lying about parties held during Britain’s lockdown, is the ultimate sin in human society, with a special power to enrage.
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‘Ozark’ Season 4 Episode 5 Recap: Stop the Steal
Everyone loves the introduction of a loose-cannon, wrench-in-the-works character.
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Powerball Drawing For 01/22/22, Saturday Jackpot is $76 Million
Saturday night's 01/22/22 Powerball jackpot is worth $76 million, with a cash-value option worth $53.0 million.
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Detroit man accused of setting pregnant girlfriend on fire released on 10% bond
A man accused of pouring gasoline on his pregnant girlfriend and lighting her on fire has posted bond in Detroit, Michigan.
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Goldie Hawn details being sexually harassed by cartoonist Al Capp
"He said, 'I'll be back in a minute, I'm just going to slip into something.' And he came back in a robe. So now, I am freaking out..." 
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Drinking water tops list of needs in Tonga as aid arrives following tsunami
Tongans lined up to access cash for the first time since the disaster, while the government said emergency response crews had already distributed 60,000 liters of water to residents.
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See Trump campaign official admit to elector scheme on TV
Boris Epshteyn, an adviser for former President Donald Trump's 2020 presidential campaign, acknowledged that he was part of the effort to prop up so-called "alternate electors" to support Trump in key states.
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Churchville group gathers to learn more about proposed waste pit
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Police: Magruder student shot is out of surgery
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Viewing held for father, twins who died
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Op-Ed: Praying for the end of the fourth quarter: Playing fantasy football with Meat Loaf
The 2004 Main Event in Las Vegas, with its $100,000 grand prize, was not Meat Loaf's first foray into fantasy sports. He could hold his own.
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Heavy fighting continues for 3rd day to stop ISIS prison break attempt in Syria
The prison attack marks ISIS' biggest operation in Syria since its defeat in 2019.
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St. John’s season headed towards turmoil after ugly loss to Seton Hall
After another ugly showing, a 66-60 home loss to local rival Seton Hall at the Garden, the Johnnies are headed in the wrong direction.
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Underground ‘lava-like’ blaze exposed in Scotland
A long-smoldering underground blaze was revealed for the first time after the Earth suddenly opened in a Scottish field.
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Toddler orders $2,000 worth of items at Walmart while playing with mom's phone
A New Jersey toddler playing with his mom's phone bought $2,000 of Walmart items; the family found out when the furniture arrived on their doorstep.       
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Federal help coming to 1 St. Louis hospital as others go without
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HPD releases video of man firing at officers
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Family grateful as father recovers from shooting
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Chicago police coming down hard on retail theft
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Letters to Sports: Lakers bosses won't fix their problems by firing Frank Vogel
Some L.A. Times readers believe that firing coach Frank Vogel will not cure what ails the Lakers. Others are critical of Magic Johnson and Vogel.
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NFL, TV networks ignore worst offenders while promoting MLK’s messages
TV chooses to not offend the most offensive, while Goodell’s NFL promotes racial justice and equality by featuring acts, on the NFL’s biggest stage, that promote the sustaining worst of backward-pointed black culture. 
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Favour Aire, the WCAC’s best big man, has McNamara eyeing its first league title since 1995
The senior, a Miami commit, started playing basketball in 2016 and came to America from Nigeria a year later.
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Lab test monkey on the loose after truck crash in Pennsylvania
A test monkey is on the lam after a truck carrying 100 apes to a laboratory crashed.
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See how drones lured this rescue dog to safety with sausages
Millie the dog slipped her collar and became stranded in dangerous mud flats in Hampshire, England. But volunteers came up with an ingenious (and delicious) solution to get her home.
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Saturday marks 49 years since Roe v. Wade ruling
It has been 49 years since the Supreme Court handed down the historic Roe v. Wade decision. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford has more on the anniversary. Then, Columbia Law School professor Carol Sanger joins CBSN to discuss the future of Roe v. Wade.
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Thousands of cases of Amy's Kitchen vegan 'mac & cheeze' recalled for potentially containing milk
Amy's Kitchen is working with retail and distribution customers to make sure affected products are removed from distribution      
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Kohl’s Receives $9 Billion Offer Backed by Activist Investor
The offer comes as the retailer, like other brick-and-mortar stores, struggles with supply chain problems and competition from online sites.
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How To Watch UFC 270: Time, Fight Card, UFC 270 Live Stream Info
A UFC Heavyweight Championship unification bout between Francis Ngannou and Ciryl Gane will headline UFC 270!
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Calls for more security funding intensify after synagogue hostage standoff
The Homeland Security secretary supports doubling funding for a grant program that can help nonprofits, including places of worship, increase their security.
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White House chief of staff Ron Klain under fire amid Biden woes: reports
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain is reportedly coming under fire as the Democratic Party and some in the Biden administration look to assign blame for the president's anemic first year in office.
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Arizona Democratic Party votes to censure Sinema, citing filibuster vote
The decision reflected the growing estrangement between the first-term senator and her party.
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Monkey on the loose: Locals told not to approach lab monkey missing after Pennsylvania crash
Some Pennsylvania residents were warned not to approach a monkey missing after a crash involving a pickup towing a trailer with 100 of the animals.       
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Russia-Ukraine tensions could be amplified by the arrival of U.S. security aid in Kyiv
The first shipment of security assistance from the U.S. has arrived in Ukraine. It includes nearly 200,000 pounds of military equipment and ammunition for frontline defenders. This comes after the U.S. and Russia's top diplomats met in Geneva to deescalate tensions. CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini has the latest. Then, retired CIA chief of Russian operations Steve Hall explains the impact of security assistance.
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Unusual Ice and Snow Storm Hits the Carolinas and Virginia
A Delta flight skidded on a runway and roads remained dangerous on Saturday as the storm brought eight inches of snow to some places.
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At the Kennedy Center, saxophonist Jimmy Greene’s quintet delivers exquisite and timeless jazz
Review of the Jimmy Greene Quintet at the Kennedy Center.
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Best star snaps of the week: Bill Murray serenades us and more
Hugh Jackman gets air, Woody Harrelson and Ludacris grab a drink and more celeb sightings from the week.
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Ukraine says batch of US military aid has arrived
The Ukrainian military on Saturday broadcast video of what it said was the first shipment of US military aid arriving at Boryspil airport amid growing tensions with Russia. (Jan. 22)      
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Reply all threads: The worst tech nightmare: Talking Tech podcast
Reply all threads: The worst tech nightmare: Talking Tech podcast      
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