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What's inside the Treasury's proposal to track nearly all bank accounts

The administration has vowed it won't boost audits on middle-income people — but to know who they are, it needs all accounts over $600.
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1/6 Defendant Charged With Tasing Fanone Allegedly Talked of Assassinating President Biden
The Jan. 6 defendant repeatedly cried during his FBI interview in which he said he attacked the police officer. His lawyer now wants the interview thrown out.
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Rep. Debbie Dingell says her office was broken into, vandalized
Vandals broke into Rep. Debbie Dingell’s Michigan office, and trashed some items belonging to her deceased husband, the congresswoman said on Monday.
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Lawyers Liken Alleged Philadelphia Train Attack to Sexual Assault on Incapacitated Person
Police say the woman was seen on surveillance video pushing away Fiston Ngoy, 35, multiple times before allegedly being sexually assaulted.
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Jokic gets 24, Nuggets top Heat 120-111 to snap 6-game slide
The Miami Heat said 19,600 fans attended their home game Monday night.
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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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Lonzo Ball helps Bulls beat LaMelo Ball's Hornets, 133-119
Lonzo Ball has faced his brother LaMelo three times in the NBA, winning twice. That's the only thing that matters to him.
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Search warrant executed at Marilyn Manson’s West Hollywood home: source
According to a report, the "Beautiful People" musician was not home at the time, leading authorities to force entry.
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Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly is leaving for LSU, according to reports
University of Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly is leaving to take a similar position at Louisiana State University, according to multiple reports.
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Washington beats Wilson, Seahawks 17-15 for 3rd win in a row
Kendall Fuller intercepted Russell Wilson's pass on a last-minute 2-point conversion attempt, and Washington held on to beat the Seattle Seahawks 17-15 Monday night for the team's third consecutive victory.
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Biden faces a familiar foe -- uncertainty
President Joe Biden had hoped to return from the Thanksgiving holiday bearing good news about his moves to get the economy back on track, his administration's effort to fix the supply chain crisis and hopes for a holiday season where Americans could gather safely with families and friends.
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‘Shifting priorities’ put $31M MTA overtime reforms ‘at risk’
The MTA’s antiquated overtime system continues to work OT for cash-grab scams as the agency’s $31 million effort to curtail potential payroll pilfering is “at-risk.”
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Saks Fifth Avenue’s iconic holiday light show returns
On Monday, November 22, Saks unveiled its world-famous holiday window display and theatrical light show, featuring a special appearance by Michelle Obama, former first lady of the United States and founder of the Girls Opportunity Alliance, and a performance by the Young People’s Chorus of New York City. 
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Carolyn Hax: Struggling with business as usual after ‘the scariest moment of my life’
Blurb: After witnessing their mother's stroke, everything seems meaningless except health, happiness and spending time with family.
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The latest on the Omicron variant
The US, European Union, Japan and other major destinations have moved to block flights from several African countries following the discovery of the newly identified coronavirus variant Omicron. Follow here for the latest news.
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Dozens of Former Afghan Security Forces Dead or Missing Under Taliban, Report Says
More than 100 former members of the military and police have been killed or forcibly disappeared by the Taliban since the group came into power, according to an investigation by Human Rights Watch.
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Ask Amy: My best friend is having an affair. What do I do?
Reader is upset about best friend of 25 years having an affair.
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Miss Manners: Am I offending my daughter’s in-laws with my elaborate Thanksgiving meal?
Reader wonders whether they should tone down Thanksgiving festivities to match effort level of daughter’s in-laws.
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Hints From Heloise: Getting your house clean for the holidays
Simple steps to make sure your house is looking clean through the holidays.
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Jimmy Kimmel Drags Donald Trump Jr. for Urging Anti-Vax Protests
ABCThe Monday night edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live! saw the late-night host take aim at Republicans’ bizarre conspiracy-mongering over the Omicron variant, a new COVID variant that, according to the World Health Organization, “has several mutations that may have an impact on how it behaves, for example, on how easily it spreads or the severity of illness it causes,” though epidemiological studies are “still underway” to determine how dangerous of a threat it will pose. Out of caution, the U.S. has implemented travel restrictions against eight countries where Omicron has spread most rapidly: Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.“But of course, the right-wingnuts have a theory on this,” cracked Kimmel. “Their theory is that this variant is some kind of ploy concocted by the Democrats to help them win elections. In fact, former White House doctor and current congressman from Texas, Ronny Jackson, tweeted on Saturday: ‘Here comes the MEV – the Midterm Election Variant! They NEED a reason to push unsolicited nationwide mail-in ballots. Democrats will do anything to CHEAT during an election – but we’re not going to let them!”(In March, a watchdog organization published a years-long report that found that Jackson, who’d previously served as Trump’s presidential physician, had “made ‘sexual and denigrating’ comments about a female subordinate, violated the policy for drinking alcohol while on a presidential trip and took prescription-strength sleeping medication that prompted concerns from his colleagues about his ability to provide proper care,” reported CNN.)Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Washington, with substance over style, has forced its way into the playoff picture
Monday night's win over the Seahawks wasn't pretty, but Washington might be developing a winning formula.
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Washington, with substance over style, has forced its way into the playoff picture
Monday night's win over the Seahawks wasn't pretty, but Washington might be developing a winning formula.
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Chris Cuomo silent about helping embattled bro during CNN prime time show
CNN’s Chris Cuomo declined on Monday night to mention the bombshell documents released earlier in the day, detailing the anchor's role in defending his scandal-ridden brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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Snowplow clears path for dozens stranded inside England pub
The dozens of guests who were stranded inside England’s highest pub for three nights after a massive snowstorm dumped three feet of snow during a concert by an Oasis cover band are now able to safely leave, but some decided to keep the party going – for at least one more night.
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Ingraham: Fauci, Osterholm and 'The Biden Booster Club' reappear to seek more control over Americans
The "Biden Booster Club" is back and making the rounds on the mainstream media trying to make the case that their flawed and often heavy-handed coronavirus mitigation recommendations and orders are what America needs once more, host Laura Ingraham said Monday.
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Jussie Smollett, on Trial for Hate-Crime Hoax, Is the Real Victim, His Lawyer Says
The lawyer told the jury that the alleged attackers were "going to lie to your face."
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Washington edges the Seahawks to claim a third straight win — and move into playoff position
The 17-15 victory boosted Washington to 5-6 and into seventh place in the NFC.
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Police say Florida school did not abuse disabled child over mask dispute
A Florida school and its staff did not commit child abuse when teachers strapped a mask to the head of a seven-year-old girl with down syndrome, a police report found.
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Westpac to likely pay $81 million for allegedly charging dead people, among other breaches
Westpac said on Tuesday it will likely be fined 113 million Australian dollars ($80.8 million) for alleged compliance failures across its business over many years, including charging financial advice fees to thousands of dead customers.
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Washington edges the Seahawks to claim a third straight win — and move into playoff position
The 17-15 victory boosted Washington to 5-6 and into seventh place in the NFC.
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Internet Torn Over Woman Who Wants Grieving Relatives To Move Out After 3-Year Stay
"My fiancé has grown increasingly frustrated with me, saying I'm very obviously being taken advantage of," a Redditor wrote.
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Spike of Homicides Causes Oakland Mayor to Reverse Course on Diverting Funds From Police
Diverting funds from the police was a move many cities took after the killing of George Floyd, but some, like Oakland, have to shift due to a crime increase.
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Ted Cruz shreds Fauci 'delusions' over his 'I represent science' remark: 'Most dangerous bureaucrat'
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz criticized Dr. Anthony Fauci's 'I represent the science' remarks on Monday's episode of 'Hannity.'
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State Distribution of Federal Rental Assistance Funds Zooms Upward, But Hurdles Remain
Over 100 states and cities have distributed the first portion of funds and are starting to distribute the second portion of the $46.5 billion program.
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Fantasy football: Help is on the way as injury bug hits top tight ends
James O’Shaughnessy is ready to take over in Jacksonville, and Nick Vannett showed he is ready for prime time in New Orleans as he found the end zone on Thanksgiving.
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Designer Virgil Abloh remembered at The Fashion Awards 2021
Designers and celebrities paid tribute to Virgil Abloh at the Fashion Awards in London on Monday, where the late Louis Vuitton and Off-White creative force was honored as a leader of change within the industry.
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Macy's CEO on staffing shortages, inflation and supply chain problems this holiday season
Macy's CEO Jeff Gennette joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss the impact of staffing shortages, inflation and supply chain problems this holiday shopping season.
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Why the Omicron Variant Is a New Political Test for Joe Biden
One of Joe Biden’s greatest political vulnerabilities going into next year is a mutating virus. Voters do not seem to be rewarding President Biden for his big-dollar legislative accomplishments. He’s getting declining marks in polls for his handling of the pandemic, despite having signed into law trillions of dollars in pandemic funding and ensuring there…
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Biden to speak about U.S. response to Omicron as COVID variant continues to spread
President Biden will provide an update on the U.S. response to the latest COVID-19 variant Omicron as cases continue to spread around the world. This comes amid a crucial few weeks for the president as he tries to pass his social spending plan and a government shutdown looms. Chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes reports.
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Marine Corps Reaches Vaccine Mandate Deadline with Thousands Unvaccinated
The Marine Corps has hit its deadline for active duty members to be fully vaccinated, with thousands still unvaccinated.
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Robert Saleh deflects on kicker Matt Ammendola’s job security
Jets kicker Matt Ammendola missed another field-goal attempt on Sunday, and his hold on the job has to be weakening.
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Father of Indiana girl, 2, found dead in river gave ‘conflicting stories,’ held by police: report
The father of a 2-year-old Indiana girl whose body was recovered along a river, miles from where he was rescued from a submerged vehicle has been placed on a 72-hour hold without bond after police say he gave investigators “conflicting stories,” a report said.
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Wizards return to their disjointed ways, and their misery in San Antonio continues
The Wizards lost in San Antonio for the 22nd straight time Monday night.
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Wizards return to their disjointed ways, and their misery in San Antonio continues
The Wizards lost in San Antonio for the 22nd straight time Monday night.
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GOP North Carolina Lt. Governor Tells Dem State Senator to not 'Equate Black and Gay People'
"It was a rant. He berated her, and he yelled as loudly as he could," a witness to the incident stated.
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The White House’s Holiday Decor Honors COVID-19 Frontline Workers
“Gifts from the Heart” is the theme of decorations unveiled Monday for Joe and Jill Biden’s first White House Christmas
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NY Mag to Publish Book on AOC that Will Explore the Influence of Her Beauty
New York Magazine will soon be releasing a book of essays extolling the many virtues of Rep. Alexandria-Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), including her "making of the Green New Deal" and "the role that her beauty plays in her public perception."
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Barbadians celebrate the birth of a republic and bid farewell to the Queen
With the stroke of midnight, Barbados cut its last remaining bonds to the British monarchy after nearly 400 years. In a vibrant celebratory ceremony on Monday evening, the Caribbean island removed Queen Elizabeth II as head of state and inaugurated its first-ever President.
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6th Intentional Homicide Charge Added For Driver Who Crashed Into Wisconsin Christmas Parade
The sixth charge is for victim Jackson Sparks, an 8-year-old boy who was walking in the parade with his 12-year-old brother Tucker, who was also injured.
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