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Tips on holiday shopping via Amazon: Talking Tech podcast

on the Talking Tech podcast, Brett Molina dives into tips for holiday shopping on Amazon.     
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Tennis Stars Praise WTA's Steve Simon for Peng Shuai Withdrawal
As women's tennis champions applauded Simon's actions, men's tennis stars demanded their organizations follow suit and take action against China.
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Stream It or Skip It: ‘Single All the Way’ on Netflix Just May Be the Best Holiday Romcom of 2021
Netflix gives all gays the gift of Jennifer Coolidge and Kathy Najimy playing sisters.
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Pelosi: Supreme Court justices need to relearn ‘birds and the bees’
Speaker Nancy Pelosi blasted the Supreme Court's conservative justices Thursday after they indicated they would restore a Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
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Raekwon on the Secret to Wu-Tang’s Success
The rapper is ready to tell his side of the story.
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Fingerprint linked to 1983 Florida slaying leads to suspect’s arrest on murder charge
New fingerprint technology has led to a break in a 38-year-old cold case involving the slaying of a young Florida woman, police said.
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Winter heat wave sets December records in four U.S. states, Canada
Scores of record highs were set Wednesday in the western half of the U.S. and Canada and dozens more are predicted Thursday
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Josh Lucas wipes Instagram, unfollows girlfriend Rachel Mortenson
Page Six reported in April that the "Sweet Home Alabama" star and the model met during the pandemic and became inseparable, but perhaps the romance has fizzled.
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Beware of Fake Fendi, Chanel, Authorities Warn After Seizing $30M in Counterfeit Goods
Inaccurate logos, peeling designer labels and sloppy stitching can all be signs that a product is fake, officials said.
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Florida City Cancels Circus-Themed Ball for First Black Mayor After He Declines to Attend
Mayor-elect Ken Welch said in a statement that the ball was a learning opportunity for St. Petersburg, which was once segregated.
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The Michigan School Shooting Shows That COVID-19 Isn’t the Only Thing American Kids Need Protection From
While there were far fewer school shootings last year, when many students were learning remotely, this school year reversed that trend
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First-time unemployment claims up slightly for the first time since September
The number of first-time jobless claims increased for the first time since September, to 222,000 from the previous week, the Labor Department reports. Four Republican-led states are amending the rules to allow workers who quit their jobs, or get fired, over refusing to comply with company-mandated vaccines to collect unemployment benefits. CBS News MoneyWatch reporter Megan Cerullo has more.
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U.S. and Mexico to restart Trump-era migrant policy
The Biden administration will restart the Trump-era "Remain in Mexico" policy, which mandates that migrants return to Mexico while they wait for their asylum court hearings, after a federal judge in Texas ruled that the administration terminated the policy illegally. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero with more.
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Brian Mast: Biden's vaccine mandate is 'worst violation of civil liberties in decades'
Rep. Brian Mast, R-Fla., slammed Biden's vaccine mandate on 'The Faulkner Focus,' warning it is the worst 'violation of civil liberties' in decades.
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Americans hide Christmas presents in a few obvious places: Find out if your spot is safe
Hiding Christmas presents is not an easy feat when you live with the gift recipient. And with few options available, most people are reduced to hiding presents in a few obvious spots at home.
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‘Arrogant and superior’ Canada Goose faces fresh backlash in China
Canada Goose is on the hotseat in China — again. Customers and consumer advocacy groups in China claim that the pricey parka maker’s return policy in the country is discriminatory — and confusing at best. The furor started when a customer in Shanghai told local media that the company refused her effort to return a...
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Tony Kushner: Our debt to Stephen Sondheim is 'incalculable'
Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner promises the first 5-10 minutes of his new "West Side Story" will challenge your view of the beloved classic.
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'Baby, this is hot': Britney Spears is having her cake (and red boots) for 40th birthday
Britney Spears' life is full of sweets and fireworks as she turns 40 in an unnamed vacation destination. She's celebrating with fiancé Sam Asghari.
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Lions preparing for Vikings with heavy hearts after Oxford shooting
The Detroit Lions are finalizing plans to honor the Oxford shooting victims at Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings.       
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'We need to be ready' — Biden unveils COVID-19 plan as Omicron arrives ahead of winter
President Biden said Thursday that his plan for COVID-19 'pulls no punches.'
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'This is a crisis now.' Biden official pleads with Congress to immediately address computer chip shortage
The worldwide computer chip shortage is fanning the flames of inflation and limiting the supply of everything from iPhones to new cars.
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How views of abortion have changed over time
The General Social Survey shows where the partisan divides fall.
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MLB removes articles and headshots of current players on website amid lockout
The MLB has transitioned to a twilight zone with the lockout going into effect on Wednesday night. Last night, the MLB officially locked out the players for the first time since 1990 after an agreement could not be made on a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA).
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Broadway's Reneé Rapp makes TV debut
Reneé Rapp, former star in Broadway's "Mean Girls" as Regina George, makes her TV debut in Mindy Kaling's new series "The Sex Lives of College Girls" on HBO Max. Rapp gets emotional when she thinks about how Tina Fey and Kaling have each given her big opportunities with little to no professional experience. (Dec. 2)      
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Browns' Callie Brownson named head coach of US Women's Tackle Team
Cleveland Browns coach Callie Brownson was named the head coach of the 2022 U.S. Women’s Tackle Football National Team on Thursday.
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In case you missed the abortion argument, here’s about how it went
Stare decisis is for losers!
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Bella Hadid explains why she’s working with Victoria’s Secret again
"I just look around [on set] and I feel empowered again. I feel empowered in lingerie, instead of feeling like my body is some sort of money maker."
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Jussie Smollett’s defense argues prosecution star witness is a disgruntled ex-lover
At the start of the cross-examination, Allen tried to make the claim that Smollett and Osundairo had a sexual relationship together by suddenly asking when he and the actor started dating. 
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Should Americans 'Upgrade' Face Coverings to Surgical Masks Amid Omicron Spread?
Some health experts recommend switching to surgical masks amid the little-known information about Omicron and its transmissibility.
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The frenzy to land Trump's endorsement fuels an increasingly nasty GOP senate primary battle in Ohio
The GOP Senate primary in Ohio turns more contentious as the leading contenders showcase their loyalty to Trump in hopes of winning his endorsement
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White House to announce new COVID-19 measures after first U.S. Omicron case reported
The Biden administration is set to announce new measures Thursday aimed at curbing COVID-19 after the first-known U.S. case of the Omicron variant was reported. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the individual who tested positive for the newly discovered variant recently returned to Northern California after taking a trip to South Africa. According to health officials, the individual is vaccinated and displaying mild symptoms. CBS News correspondent Laura Podesta joins CBSN AM with more.
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Travel-size toiletries, hand sanitizers and more to pack for vacation
Ready to travel the wide open? Us, too! So make sure your sunscreen, shampoo and perfume are all under the airline carry-on limit and hit the skies.
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Art Basel banana artist is back — with a flock of dead pigeons
One piece consisting of 35 pigeons, and titled "Ghost," is $350,000. The other grouping of 21 birds goes for $210,000.
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Here’s how to add favorite people to your iPhone with latest update
Apple's latest iPhone software update comes with an easily overlooked feature that makes pulling up certain contacts more seamless and allows them to bypass the phone's "do not disturb" setting.
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New team, new coach, new swim cap — but same dominance for Katie Ledecky
Ten-time Olympic medalist appears in top form in first competitive swim since Tokyo Games.
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Kroger boosts full-year sales forecast as people continue to eat in
Kroger raised full-year sales and profit forecasts after its results topped estimates on Thursday, as a sustained boom in at-home cooking lifts demand for the retailer’s groceries, sending its shares up 12%. A rise in US COVID-19 cases during the third quarter also boosted sales at grocers, with some such as Costco forced to reinstate...
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Germany Requires Vaccines for Store and Restaurant Customers
Facing a huge coronavirus surge, Chancellor Angela Merkel, her successor, Olaf Scholz, and state governors agreed on tough new restrictions on people who have not been inoculated.
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Two Georgia election workers targeted by Trump sue far-right conspiracy site Gateway Pundit for defamation
The women allege that the website and its owners knowingly published false stories about them that instigated a relentless campaign of harassment and threats.
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White House set to announce new COVID-19 measures after first case of Omicron variant reported in U.S.
The White House is expected to announce new measures Thursday after the first case of the Omicron coronavirus variant was reported in the U.S., including family vaccination clinics, extending the transit mask requirement and requiring all international travelers to test negative for COVID within 24 hours of their departure. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN AM with the latest.
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U.S. Military Records Thousands of Missing Military-Grade Weapons, Including TNT, Rockets
The Associated Press has released a new report discussing the large amounts of explosives missing from the U.S. military.
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WTA's Steve Simon: IOC's call with Peng Shuai 'very much orchestrated'
WTA CEO Steve Simon discusses his continued concerns for Peng Shuai, his decision to suspend all tournaments in China and why this is about "right and wrong."
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London Calling: UK braces for Omicron coronavirus variant ahead of holiday season
The latest coronavirus variant --Omicron -- is spreading and like the U.S., the UK is preparing for the worst. CBS News contributor Simon Bates explains in the latest installment of London Calling.
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This spacious 4-bed home in England is hiding an incredible secret
A spacious four-bed home has gone on the market for $1.3million - and it hides an absolutely amazing secret.
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Anti-Abortion Activists Arrested After Spending Hours Inside Clinic For 'Intervention'
At least one woman left the White Plains, New York clinic "in tears," according to the group Red Rose Rescue, which claimed responsibility for the incident.
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Washington police investigate 'deeply disturbing' school board meeting incident as hate crime
A school board meeting led by a Black superintendent was interrupted by image of George Floyd and looped recording of racial slurs.       
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A year on this exoplanet only lasts about 8 hours
On an exoplanet called GJ 367 b that's orbiting a star 31 light-years away from our sun, a year only lasts for about eight hours.
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Vanessa Hudgens on going braless: ‘I don’t want to feel restricted’
Hudgens told Glamour that bras are "just not comfortable" for her. She also shared her definition of feminism and reflected on her style as a young star. 
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EPA urges states to target billions in new water infrastructure funding to historically underserved communities
The Environmental Protection Agency is urging states to use the infrastructure law's money to address environmental impacts faced by historically underserved communities.
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Ryan Rogers murder suspect had lengthy criminal history before Palm Beach Gardens attack
Semmie Williams Jr., the 39-year-old "homeless drifter" accused in the unprovoked stabbing death of 14-year-old Ryan Rogers of Palm Beach Gardens, has a 16-page rap sheet in Florida as well as charges in other states and a history of violence.
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