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Waukesha parade carnage comes just over 6 years after similar attack in Oklahoma with eerie similarities

Waukesha parade suspect Darrell Brooks Jr. is being held on $5 million bail in a Wisconsin jail after allegedly mowing down dozens of people, including senior citizens and children, Sunday evening in his red Ford Escape.
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Judge Jeanine Pirro Signs Off Fox News Show Before Joining 'The Five'
"I thank you for fighting for me, and you know who you are," the Fox News personality said during the final episode of "Justice With Judge Jeanine."
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'Billions' returns to its original formula without an Axe to grind
"Billions" might have lost its Axe, but it returns with the same cutting dialogue, and in many respects, its original formula.
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Cruise ship with hundreds of passengers diverts to Bahamas after US issues arrest warrant over unpaid bills
The Crystal Symphony diverted to the Bahamas after a U.S. warrant was issued over $1.2 million in unpaid fuel bills.
The Smithsonian looks toward the "Futures"
A new exhibit at the Smithsonian's Arts and Industries Building, in Washington, D.C., features technology, art, and interactive displays that delve into the many forms that the future may take. Correspondent David Pogue pays a visit.
Two Canadian tourists killed in shooting at Mexican beach resort hotel
Two Canadians were killed and a third was wounded in a shooting at their five-star hotel in the Mexican resort town of Playa del Carmen, state authorities said.
California DA says 'rogue prosecutors' need to be reined in
Sacramento County DA Anne Marie Schubert said "rogue prosecutors" in California need to be reined in
NYT reporter: GOP candidates 'tripping over one another' to rile the base
New York Times political reporter Astead Herndon comments on Republican candidates' 2022 midterm campaign ads addressing election integrity.
Anti-vaccine activists gather in D.C. — a city that mandates covid vaccines — to protest mandates
Organizers estimate that 20,000 people will attend the anti-vaccine rally, marching from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial.
The answered prayers of Christine Baranski
The two-time Tony Award-winner has played characters who are sophisticated, smart and savvy. She now stars in "The Good Fight," and a new series, "The Gilded Age," from the creator of "Downtown Abbey."
Blinken says 'a single additional Russian force' entering Ukraine would trigger US response
Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Sunday doubled down on his warning against a Russian invasion of Ukraine, saying "a single additional Russian force" entering Ukraine "in an aggressive way" would result in a severe response by the US and its allies.
Bash pushes Blinken on why US hasn't sanctioned Russia yet
CNN's Dana Bash asks Secretary of State Antony Blinken why the US has not imposed sanctions on Russia yet as a potential conflict between Russia and Ukraine appears to be escalating.
The military technique that can help you fall asleep in 2 minutes
If you're someone that struggles to switch off when it comes to bedtime, you might want to try the military technique, which claims to be able to help you fall asleep within two minutes.
The rich life for Christine Baranski
As a child she performed Broadway tunes to a statue of the Virgin Mary. And during her five-decade career in films, TV, and on stage, two-time Tony Award-winner Christine Baranski has played characters who are sophisticated, smart and savvy. Correspondent Mo Rocca sits down with Baranski, who stars in "The Good Fight" and the new HBO series, "The Gilded Age," about her rich life on- and off-screen.
Maple mustard tofu is all about the sauce
The sweet-and-sour sauce for this tofu comes from maple syrup, Dijon and whole-grain mustard.
Will There Be A 'SEAL Team' Season 6? All We Know So Far
"SEAL Team" is the American military drama series on Paramount+ and fans want to know if SEAL Team Season 6 is on the cards.
11 Highest-Rated Organizational Bins, Baskets and Dividers at The Container Store
Getting organized in 2022? These are the 11 highest-rated, bestselling organization products from The Container Store, according to ratings and reviews.
The legal walls are closing in around Trump
The former president is beset by aggressive investigators and prosecutors with mounds of evidence.
Michigan vs. Indiana prediction: Wolverines will cover
Michigan, a 3.5-point underdog, will cover against Big Ten rival Indiana on Sunday.
Aaron Rodgers on future with Packers after 49ers upset: 'I don't want to be a part of a rebuild'
Aaron Rodgers is back where he started after losing to the San Francisco 49ers in Saturday night’s divisional-round game and his future with the Green Bay Packers is again on shaky grounds.
WATCH: Tips as tax season begins
The IRS will begin accepting tax returns today, and unlike the past two years, there will be no COVID-19 extensions.
U.K. Accuses Russia of Pursuing Plan to Install Pro-Moscow Government in Ukraine
Britain offered little in the way of evidence to back the assertion, but officials in Washington said they had no reason to doubt U.K. intelligence.
Aaron Rodgers slams ‘fake White House’ after Biden’s vaccine joke
Unvaccinated Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers slammed President Joe Biden's "fake White House" after the commander-in-chief joked last month about the quarterback remaining unvaccinated.
American youth to the rescue
In rural Sackets Harbor, N.Y., where COVID-19 affected the local volunteer ambulance service's ability to respond to calls, local high school students took the required training and picked up the slack. Correspondent Steve Hartman talked to some of the teenagers who are stepping up to aid their community.
Sen. Ernst: Putin Sees Opportunity in Ukraine Because 'Weak' Biden's 'Doctrine of Appeasement'
Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union" that Russian President Vladimir Putin was threatening Ukraine because he sees President Joe Biden as "weak."
Blinken: 'We're prepared either way' to counter Russian aggression
He again warned of consequences if there is a Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Missouri AG: Lawsuits against ‘illegal’ mask mandates in schools will ‘return power’ to parents
Missouri AG Eric Schmitt joins 'Fox & Friends Weekend' to share details regarding the various lawsuits filed against school districts forcing mask mandates.
Architectural Digest: A century of style
Since 1920 the magazine has celebrated style as it evokes home, with bold-faced names pulling back the curtain on their lives to showcase the very best design in the business.
Architectural Digest: Celebrating home design
Bold-faced names like tennis star Maria Sharapova and rocker Lenny Kravitz have pulled back the curtain on their homes for Architectural Digest, the magazine that showcases the work of the very best design in the business. Correspondent Serena Altschul looks back at the first hundred years of Architectural Digest, and visits the Condé Nast archives, to see how the magazine that has celebrated style for a century continues to evoke home.
Joe Burrow’s girlfriend celebrates Bengals’ stunning win over Titans
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She found a $3 million lottery prize in her spam folder
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'After 26 Years, I Discovered The Truth About My Marriage'
We got engaged to be married in June '95 and moved the wedding forward because I was pregnant.
49ers WAGs lose it after upset win against Packers in snowy thriller
Claire Kittle and Kristin Juszczyk were among the 49ers WAGs who celebrated the team's stunning win Saturday against the Packers.
Ciryl Gane unsurprised by Francis Ngannou's grapple-heavy attack: 'It was the biggest chance he had'
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Man, teenage girls shot inside car in Brooklyn, police say
A man and two teenage passengers were shot in their car in East New York, Brooklyn, early Sunday and then crashed into several vehicles while attempting to flee.
After 8 year old girl killed, an outraged Pastor Brooks asks if there’s any hope for Chicago
Pastor Brooks comments on the tragic shooting of an eight-year-old girl in Chicago Saturday
‘The Simpsons’ Hilariously Predicted U.S. Government Using Tom Hanks To Defend Credibility
The Biden Administration released a year one recap video two days ago narrated by Hanks.
James Hong: An actor's guide to longevity
During his 92 years, the character actor has racked up more film and TV credits than nearly anyone. Even more impressive, he did so while confronting demeaning stereotypes in Hollywood.
Actor James Hong: At 92. still going strong
Over nearly seven decades, James Hong has racked up more film and TV credits than almost anyone. Even more impressive, the character actor did so while confronting demeaning stereotypes in Hollywood. Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz talks with the constantly-working Hong about a career that began with entertaining U.S. troops during the Korean War, and extended to such treasured films as "Chinatown" and "Big Trouble in Little China."
7 of the Best Online Courses to Build Your Skills
Whether you want to study economics, learn how to program or discover classical music, there's an online course for you––many for free.
'Stop Boris': Banners protesting UK PM Boris Johnson flown over Premier League games
Banners protesting UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson were flown over Premier League games on Saturday.
Why Rudy Giuliani's fake electors scheme was so dangerous to democracy
CNN reported Thursday that Rudy Giuliani, former attorney for Donald Trump and New York City mayor, led an effort to recruit and install fake electors in seven swing states, a direct attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
The Muppets are having a moment -- just when we need them most
The recent Muppet resurgence has been powered by our need for comfort and a hefty dose of positivity. Adults find their way back to the Muppets when they need their favorite frog or pig or monster most.
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Taking the plunge
Members of the South End Rowing Club test their bodies and minds by swimming in the murky and very cold waters of San Francisco Bay, braving currents, boats, sea life and hypothermia. Correspondent Luke Burbank, eager to prove his mettle, joined in.
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Mike Rowe recalls topping Adele on iTunes chart with ‘Santa’s Gotta Dirty Job’: ‘It’s so weird’
In December, the “Dirty Jobs” star announced on Instagram that his holiday track, “Santa’s Gotta Dirty Job,” had reached number No. 1 on iTunes, beating out Adele’s “Easy On Me,” which came in second.
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Why would Putin invade Ukraine again?
Nearly eight years after Russia invaded and took control of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula, 100,000 Russian troops have recently built up along the border of Ukraine. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin talks with former NATO ambassador Ivo Daalder and retired Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges about what President Vladimir Putin hopes to gain with a possible invasion, and what the consequences may be – for the Kremlin, and for Europe.
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Prince Harry and Prince Charles Hold ‘Secret Talks’ to Mend Relationship
Samir Hussein/Samir Hussein/WireImageIf you love The Daily Beast’s royal coverage, then we hope you’ll enjoy The Royalist, a members-only series for Beast Inside. Become a member to get it in your inbox on Sunday.Harry and Charles’ secret talks” to heal riftPrince Harry and Prince Charles are reportedly holding “secret talks”—now not-so-secret—in a bid to heal their fractured relationship ahead of the queen’s Platinum Jubilee.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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What are Putin's intentions in Ukraine?
With 100,000 Russian troops amassed along the border of Ukraine, experts discuss what Putin hopes to gain with a possible invasion.
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Sen. Chris Coons defends Biden administration's response to Russia
Rep. Chris Coons, D-Del., on Sunday defended the Biden administration's response to the standoff with Ukraine and weighed in on sanctions as a deterrent.
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