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The ‘Forrest Gump of Activism’ Who Helped HIV/AIDS Patients Get Life-Saving Treatment Information

About a twenty-minute walk from the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, in a city of sites dedicated to heroes of the American Revolution, there’s a tribute to a hero of the city’s LGBTQ+ community at the Philadelphia FIGHT community health center. It’s dedicated to Kiyoshi Kuromiya, a gay civil rights activist and co-founder of the Gay…
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Goalie Igor Shesterkin placed on IR in big Rangers blow
The Rangers have cleared every obstacle they’ve faced so far this season, but a quarter of the way through, their most daunting challenge has just come knocking.
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Ghanaian actress Akuapem Poloo will serve time for nude photo with son
Ghanaian actress, Rosemond Brown will go to prison for posing nude in an artistic photo with her son on his 7th birthday, after losing her appeal.
How Teen Gunman’s Parents Ended Up Hiding Out in Local Artist’s Studio
Matthew Hatcher/GettyThe parents of alleged Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley were found by fugitive teams on Friday night, “hiding” out in a commercial property in Detroit after receiving assistance from an unnamed person, police said early Saturday.A closer look by The Daily Beast of images from the arrests of Jennifer Crumbley and James Crumbley show the couple exiting a room with signage for Andrzej Sikora, a Polish-born, Detroit-based artist with connections to Oxford. According to a news article in the Oxford Leader last month, Sikora finished a mural at Red Knapps American Grill, a bar just around the corner from the Crumbleys’ house. A picture accompanying the story indicated the photo of Sikora was taken by a “Jehn Crumbley,” a nickname Jennifer Crumbley, a former realtor-turned-marketing director, has been known to go by professionally and socially. The article appeared to have been updated to remove the caption, but a WayBack Machine archive still featured it.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Michigan school shooting: How unusual to charge parents?
The Crumbley parents were taken into custody early Saturday and later appeared in court where a judge set a $500,000 bond for each after they entered not guilty pleas.
Pope Francis warns of ‘retreat from democracy’ during Greece visit
Pope Francis discussed of a global "retreat from democracy" Saturday as he arrived for a three-day visit to Greece, the birthplace of Western civilization.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Blasts COVID Rules, Says 'Not a Single School Has Closed' Due to Cancer
In a message on Twitter, the Georgia Republican wrote that the U.S. has never "shut down" due to cancer-related deaths.
Tom Petty awarded honorary Ph.D from University of Florida posthumously
Four years after his death, Tom Petty was awarded an honorary Ph.D from the University of Florida. Petty passed away in October 2017 after suffering an accidental overdose.
Woman shares hack to make a bottle of dish soap last a year
A woman has shared a savvy trick, which she claimed makes one bottle of washing liquid last a whole year.
Man and woman killed in shooting near South Los Angeles
A man and woman were killed and another man was injured in a shooting in an unincorporated area near South Los Angeles on Friday, police said.
Britain may outlaw catcalling
Pestering women on the street and in bars could soon become an offense as part of an overhaul of laws to protect women against violence.
Woman shares prison experience and how it pushed her
Moms of Atlanta's two mayors, all named Sylvia
Teacher out of a job after allegedly yelling
Jury watches interrogation video in murder trial
Man riding motorcycle says hit-and-run driver left him to die
Organizers vow to get Christmas gifts for kids
Jewish synagogue community center vandalized
More Than 40,000 March in Vienna Against Coronavirus Restrictions
Protesters gathered for a second weekend of mass demonstrations against the country’s tough lockdown and a coming vaccine mandate.
France’s Macron ends Gulf tour with private meeting with Saudi prince
The encounter took place as the country is in the midst of hosting a concert by Justin Bieber as the prince tries to open the country with his social reforms.
Live updates: Georgia faces Alabama in SEC championship game
The Georgia Bulldogs and their dominant defense will take on Bryce Young and Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide in the SEC championship game. Follow along for live updates.
Johnny Eblen disappointed by Bellator 272 TKO because he didn't send opponent 'to the metaverse'
A first-round finish in just over a minute wasn't good enough for Johnny Eblen because he didn't land enough power shots.       Related StoriesJohnny Eblen disappointed by Bellator 272 TKO because he didn't send opponent 'to the metaverse' - EnclosureJosh Hill feels snubbed as Bellator bantamweight grand prix alternate: 'I want in that sh*t'Josh Hill feels snubbed as Bellator bantamweight grand prix alternate: 'I want in that sh*t' - Enclosure
One person is dead after an accidental shooting at a 911 dispatch center in Kentucky
A 911 dispatcher in Kentucky died after a gun was accidentally discharged at a dispatch center on Friday.
Prince William tearfully recalls Tina Turner singalongs with Princess Diana
"My mother, she'd be driving along singing at the top of her voice," Prince William said of his late mother, Princess Diana, singing Tina Turner's "The Best."
Mike LaFleur growing more ‘comfortable’ as Jets’ play-caller
There were plenty of questions about first-year Jets offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur early in the season, when the offense looked awful.
Omicron variant spreads to six more US states, bringing total to 11
The new Omicron variant has been detected in six more states – bringing the overall total of states with cases to 11.
At the Howard Theater, R&B singer Giveon stretches his vocal chops before a sellout crowd
The multi-Grammy-nominee performed with a full-bodied yearning.
Stroke contributing factors include losing temper, extreme exercise
Nearly 800,000 people have a stroke every year in the US.
Ghislaine Maxwell makes her own drawings of the court sketch artists during trial
Elizabeth Williams has 40 years' experience drawing people in court but says it was a first when Ghislaine Maxwell started sketching her.
Bret Baier hosts keynote discussion with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin at the Reagan National Defense Forum
Fox News’ Bret Baier is hosting a keynote discussion with Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin at the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, California, Saturday.
Spy Tool Was Deployed in State-Sponsored Hack of Ugandans
Two journalists and one politician said they received alerts warning them of “state-sponsored” attacks on their iPhones. At least one of those attacks was linked to the powerful Israeli cyberespionage tool, Pegasus.
Plumber finds money in the walls of Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church
A plumber working at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church told a local radio show he discovered a large sum of money inside a wall at the church while doing routine repairs. Police are investigating whether the discovery is connected to a 2014 case in which $600,000 dollars in cash and checks were stolen from the church safe. CNN affiliate KPRC reports.
A leopard grabbed her son so this mother chased the animal down until it the boy go.
A mother in India chased down a leopard that grabbed her son out of the family's hut, forcing the animal to drop the child with 'minor' injuries.
Omicron variant detected in at least 11 U.S. states
As of Saturday morning, health officials have confirmed cases of the Omicron variant in 11 states from Hawaii to New York. Doctors warn it is likely already more widespread than reported. In the meantime, the CDC warns the Delta variant is still killing roughly 1,000 people every day. CBS News' Tom Hanson has more, and then emergency room physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital, professor at Harvard Medical School and author of "Inside Medicine" at Dr. Jeremy Faust joins CBSN to discuss the spread of the Omicron variant.
Mountain regions may see snow droughts if greenhouse gases aren't reduced, study finds
A new study suggests snow may no longer fall in the western U.S. if greenhouse gas emissions remain unchecked. CBSN's Lana Zak spoke with Benjamin Hatchett, an assistant research professor of atmospheric science with the Desert Research Institute, about the environmental and economic impacts.
Omicron Variant That May Evade Vaccines Found in These U.S. States
In just days, the Omicron variant has been identified in states across the country.
Lincoln Riley interview drowned out by SEC chants from Georgia-Alabama fans
New USC football coach Lincoln Riley was trying to talk about recruiting in one of its first interviews since joining the Trojans, but fans gearing up for the SEC Championship wouldn’t have it.
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Omicron Seems to Spread Quickly. But it Hasn’t Caused Any Deaths.
It could be better at skirting natural immunity.
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Florida police shoot, kill armed Florida Tech student who 'lunged' at officers
Florida police shot and killed a knife-wielding suspect on the Florida Tech campus Friday night after he chased a number of students into dorms.
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Washington Football Team surging to NFC East relevancy after rocky start
Good things are taking place in Washington at the moment, and suddenly the NFC East doesn’t look so much like the Cowboys’ to lose anymore. 
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Ricky Gervais Shares Heartfelt ‘After Life’ Season 3 Teaser
The next installment of the Netflix series is "coming soon" per the comedian.
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Unvaccinated Mom Urges Pregnant Women to Get Jab After Prior Miscarriages Made Her Hesitant
Sarah Heyl had to give birth via a C-section due to COVID-19. She was kept apart from her newborn for 10 days.
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Biden administration still seeking return to compliance with original Iran nuclear deal while preparing for world without it
The Biden administration is still seeking a return to mutual compliance to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran but is "preparing for a world in which there is no return" to the landmark agreement, a senior State Department official said Saturday.
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How photographer Anwar Hussein's images helped make Princess Diana an icon
A new Santa Monica exhibition featuring Hussein's work details untold stories and archival images of the late royal—one of the most photographed women in the world.
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Bond set at $1M after Michigan parents enter pleas
A judge imposed a combined $1 million bond Saturday for the parents of the Michigan teen charged with killing four students at Oxford High School, hours after police said they were caught hiding in a Detroit commercial building. (Dec. 4)      
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Harris faces staff exodus as questions on her leadership style emerge: 'This is a sinking ship'
Reports of a toxic work environment have plagued Vice President Kamala Harris since she took up the post less than a year ago and the recently announced exodus of her chief spokesperson has only prompted more questions.
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