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Bob Dole’s first appearance on Face the Nation
The former Republican leader appeared on the program 62 times during his tenure in politics
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Nets’ James Harden can’t find range amid shooting woes
James Harden made a concerted effort to “get downhill” Saturday night, but that’s exactly where the end result headed against the Bulls due to his latest subpar shooting night.
Georgetown doesn’t measure up during an 80-67 loss at South Carolina
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Islanders’ Oliver Wahlstrom ‘became a really good teammate’ vs. Detroit
To Barry Trotz, the two goals Oliver Wahlstrom scored on Saturday night weren’t the most impressive part of the game.
Santa gears up for gift-giving that carries on centuries-old tradition
Saint Nick and his helpers make appearances around the world ahead of Christmas.
Sexual misconduct claim against Chris Cuomo was the last straw for CNN
An outside legal counsel informed the network there was cause to fire him. Then a former ABC News colleague's complaint sealed his fate.
Virginia to remove Robert E. Lee statue pedestal in Richmond: 'Successful conclusion'
The pedestal on which a controversial statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee stood for 131 years in Richmond, Virginia, before being dismantled in September is also slated to be removed, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Sunday.
O'Neil, Hodges, Minoso, Kaat, Oliva, Fowler get Baseball HOF
Buck O’Neil, a champion of Black ballplayers during a monumental, eight-decade career on and off the field, joined Gil Hodges, Minnie Minoso and three others in being elected to the baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday.
Britain needs a 'booster for growth' as tax hikes threaten investment
Britain's economy needs much more investment. Business says it's unlikely to get it any time soon.
Better research into Instagram, WhatsApp effects on young users needed, academics say
Meta should make public its research and collaborate on studies to better understand mental health effects of Instagram on kids, experts say.
David Perdue to announce primary challenge against Georgia governor
Perdue is a wealthy businessman and a close ally of former President Trump, who has railed against Kemp after President Biden won Georgie in the 2020 election.
10 Dramatic Courtroom Dramas That Will Have You Gripped
Beyond any reasonable doubt, these courtroom movie and television scenes will have you engrossed.
Gil Hodges elected to Hall of Fame by Golden Days Era committee
Nearly a half-century after his death, Gil Hodges has an added line to a resume that includes U.S. Marine, All-Star first baseman and World Series-winning manager.
Michigan sheriff in contact with 'person of interest' connected to building where Crumbleys found, lawyer says
An Oakland County resident has retained a lawyer for his reported connection into the Crumbleys disappearance and is in contact with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.
San Francisco restaurant apologizes for denying police officers service, resulting in negative online reviews
Hilda and Jesse received negative reviews for asking uniformed police officers to leave because their weapons made some staff uncomfortable.
60 Minutes speaks with Reality Winner’s attorney
Reality Winner’s attorney believes her client deserves a pardon for doing the country a service.
Joe Judge defends Giants’ conservative decisions: ‘Play to our defense’
Joe Judge’s game management again was under scrutiny Sunday.
Full transcript of "Face the Nation" on December 5, 2021
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, Dr. Vivek Murthy and Governor Ned Lamont sat down with Margaret Brennan
NYCFC outlasts Union 2-1 to reach 1st MLS Cup final
Sean Johnson high-stepped his way up the stairs at the back of a makeshift stage as his New York City FC teammates parted to let the standout goalie slide through the gap.
Mitchell scores 35, Jazz hold off Cavaliers 109-108
Donovan Mitchell scored 35 points, Rudy Gobert had 20 rebounds and five blocks and the Utah Jazz survived Cleveland's late surge for their fourth straight win, 109-108 over the Cavaliers on Sunday.
Is memory loss due to aging or dementia? This important test could help
A word on the tip of the tongue or a forgotten birthday — everyone has occasional memory blanks.
Fauci Optimistic After Early Reports Suggest Omicron Lacks 'Great Degree of Severity'
He added that travel bans against several African nations—likened to apartheid by one U.N. leader—are being reconsidered.
Hovland rallies to win from 6 back and deny Morikawa No. 1
The 24-year-old rising star put a nice ribbon on a three-win year in golf by posing with Tiger Woods at the trophy presentation Sunday in the Hero World Challenge.
Cyberattack freezes Maryland health department
A cyberattack took Maryland’s health department offline this weekend, as officials worked to assess the extent of the intrusion.
Tom Holland says he'll play Fred Astaire
Promoting "Spider-Man: No Way Home" in London, Tom Holland says he'll play Fred Astaire in a film and discusses his future as Peter Parker. (Dec. 5)
Angel Reese steps to the forefront as No. 8 Maryland opens Big Ten play by beating Rutgers
Angel Reese had a team-high 18 points as the Terps scored a 73-59 victory in New Jersey.
Reality Winner says she thought Americans deserved to know the truth
Former intelligence specialist Reality Winner explains why she leaked a classified government documents to the press.
Medvedev-led Russia wins Davis Cup after 15-year wait
Russia's 15-year wait for a Davis Cup title ended Sunday after another clutch performance from Daniil Medvedev.
A Chicken-Fried McGovern, Newt’s Good Ideas and the Senate Zoo: A Dole One-Liner Sampler
Bob Dole, who died on Sunday at age 98, was generous with his sarcastic wit, using it against Democrats, Republicans and often himself.
'I want us to not forget these names': Dan Campbell dedicates game ball from Lions' first win to Oxford
Detroit Lions' Dan Campbell dedicated a game ball to the community of Oxford five days after a shooting at the high school terrorized the nation.
Bloomberg doubles down on his most important legacy: charter schools
Michael Bloomberg last week vowed to drop a cool $750 million to solidify and expand the charter-school sector across 20 metro areas.
Mask mandates are harming our kids’ development
Classrooms may finally be open around the country, but we continue to live with the consequences of masking our children and hurting their cognitive health, Karol Markowicz writes.
Never mind his rosy presentation: De Blasio is leaving Adams with a looming fiscal nightmare
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s trying to present his November budget re-estimate as rosy, but it will become a fiscal nightmare for Eric Adams, the Post Editorial Board writes.
Boyd, No. 2 NC State women top Elon 78-46 for 8th win in row
Jada Boyd scored 17 points and No. 2 North Carolina State beat Elon 78-46 Sunday for its eighth straight win.
Jets report card: Defense looks lost
Grading the Jets' 33-18 loss to the Eagles at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
Kennedy Center ceremony returns to White House
“Our nation is stronger, more dynamic and more vibrant because of you,” President Joe Biden told the honorees.
Chris Curtis riding 'the weirdest wave' right into new tax brackets with incredible 2021
If you didn't have 34-year-old Chris Curtis pegged as one of the UFC's most impactful new fighters to start 2021, you're probably not alone.       Related StoriesChris Curtis riding 'the weirdest wave' right into new tax brackets with incredible 2021 - EnclosureStill undefeated at 'Sweet Dreams' Stadium, Jamahal Hill full steam ahead in 2022Still undefeated at 'Sweet Dreams' Stadium, Jamahal Hill full steam ahead in 2022 - Enclosure
Michigan school shooting: Man identifies himself as person accused of helping alleged gunman's parents
Andrzej Sikora, 65, has publicly identified himself as the person law enforcement says helped the fugitive parents of the alleged Michigan school shooter into the building where they were later arrested.
60 Minutes Archive: Stealing America's Secrets
In 2010, 60 Minutes obtained an FBI videotape showing a Defense Department employee selling secrets to a Chinese spy that offers a rare glimpse into the secretive world of espionage.
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60 Minutes Archive: U.S. v. Whistleblower Tom Drake
In 2011, former NSA senior executive Tom Drake appeared in his first television interview. He had been indicted for espionage after leaking to the media allegations that the nation's largest intelligence organization had committed fraud, waste and abuse.
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Report: Miami gives Mario Cristobal deadline to accept offer to become next football coach
Mario Cristobal also has a contract extension offer to consider in Oregon. His decision will determine Miami coach Manny Diaz's fate.      
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Emotional Dan Campbell dedicates Lions’ first win to Oxford community
Lions head coach Dan Campbell dedicated Sunday's game ball to the Oxford community following Tuesday's school shooting that left four high school students dead.
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Dick Vitale slams Brian Kelly, Lincoln Riley over bolting for greener pastures, calls it unethical
Brian Kelly’s untimely departure from Notre Dame has certainly ruffled a few feathers and among them is legendary college basketball announcer Dick Vitale.
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MSNBC anchor appears to downplay Bob Dole's accomplishments after his death because of his support for Trump
MSNBC anchor Mehdi Hasan appeared to belittle former presidential candidate Bob Dole on the day of his passing by referencing his support for former President Trump.
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Opinion: Michigan finally rejoins the elites by barging into College Football Playoff
Michigan football is finally back in the top tier of the sport with its first invitation to the College Football Playoff, where it will face Georgia.      
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Giants aren’t displaying any of the traits Joe Judge keeps promising
It is worse to see a fellow Bill Belichick disciple, Brian Flores, do what, in essence, Judge has been promising here for two years.
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Chris Cuomo, like Andrew, was fired for the wrong misdeeds
CNN fired Chris Cuomo following revelations he used his journalistic clout to try to blunt sexual-misconduct allegations against his brother, Andrew Cuomo.
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar rips LeBron James over 'childish' celebration: 'GOATs don't dance'
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was no fan of LeBron James’ flamboyant celebration last week when the NBA superstar helped the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Indiana Pacers.
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