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Why so many teachers are thinking of quitting

Seven educators on how the pandemic drove them to finally say: Enough is enough.
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Illegal drug trade thrives on social media
A CBS News investigation found that the sale of illegal drugs is booming on social media, making access easier for teenagers. Tom Hanson reports.
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Biden haters greet president in Minnesota with ‘FJB’ and ‘You Suck’ signs
President Joe Biden received an ugly welcome in the Land of 10,000 Lakes Tuesday when his motorcade passed dozens of protesters who held vulgar signs dissing the commander-in-chief.
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Andrew Cuomo consultant shared rumors about him ‘sleeping with people he works with’
A political consultant working for then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo texted a group of his aides and advisers about rumors he'd "been sleeping with people he works with for decades."
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CNN 10 - December 1, 2021
December 1, 2021
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Missing New Jersey couple found dead near home in Pine Barrens
The bodies of a missing New Jersey couple were found Tuesday in a remote area near their home in the Pine Barrens -- and authorities said they do not suspect foul play in their deaths.
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CNN10 - 12/1/21
Today's topics include the omicron variant of Covid, the conclusion of hurricane season, advice for holiday shopping, and a controversial Christmas tree.
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WHO says people who are above 60 and unvaccinated should postpone travel
WHO named Omicron a variant of concern on Friday, and 56 countries issued travel restrictions in the following days.
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'This is every parent's worst nightmare': Michigan governor responds to shooting
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer reacts to a shooting at Oxford High School in Oakland County that left at least three people dead and eight people injured.
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CNN suspends Chris Cuomo indefinitely over his role in his brother's defense
CNN said new documents "raise serious questions" about the anchor's role in trying to help his brother, former N.Y. governor Andrew Cuomo, respond to sexual misconduct allegations.
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How worried should we be about Omicron, the new coronavirus variant?
Since South African authorities announced the arrival of a new coronavirus variant that contains an unusually large number of mutations, countries around the world have mobilized by putting into place travel restrictions and precautionary measures.
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College Football Playoff Rankings Released 11/30/2021: Georgia Still No. 1
The Cincinnati Bearcats remain in the top 4 for a playoff spot with one weekend of regular season to go.
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After 'Rust' shooting, investigators search Albuquerque weapons provider
The Santa Fe County Sheriff's office released new documents Tuesday that shed more light on how live ammunition may have gotten on the set of the Alec Baldwin western movie "Rust."
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Lakers star LeBron James to miss game tonight after entering COVID-19 health protocols
LeBron James has entered the NBA's COVID-19 health and safety protocols and will miss the Lakers' game tonight against the Kings in Sacramento.
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No matter how Supreme Court rules on abortion, the ‘viability’ rule is arbitrary — but so are the alternatives
For nearly half a century, the Supreme Court has said the Constitution prohibits states from banning abortion before “viability,” the point at which a fetus can survive outside the womb. This week Mississippi, defending its ban on abortions after 15 weeks of gestation, urged the justices to abandon that longstanding rule, which it says never made much...
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The hot-button issues that will shape impending MLB shutdown
It’s about time to pay the tax on one heck of a Hot Stove League week.
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Award-Winning Theatrical Team Lynn Nottage, Kate Whoriskey Discuss Their Successes
Nottage and Whoriskey have combined to make some of the best plays in recent history, but the union had a rather unorthodox beginning.
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Prepare for a post-Roe v. Wade reality
The Supreme Court has a hearing over a Mississippi abortion law Wednesday, and the 6-3 conservative majority seems primed for action. Either by overturning Roe v. Wade or scaling it back, the court could make it much easier for states to ban or more seriously restrict abortion rights.
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Kid Shot 18 Times Is Latest Victim in Philly’s Murder Wave
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyThe two gunmen stepped from a car as 14-year-old Samir Jefferson was waiting to catch a Philadelphia city bus home from Thomas Edison High School just before 3:30 p.m. on Monday.The gunmen began firing and Jefferson fled alongside a Rite Aid store on Wyoming Avenue. The gunmen continued blazing away as they gave chase. Police would later use bits of adhesive tape to mark a line of a dozen bullet gouges in the bricks. Evidence markers numbered 1-35 would be placed by the shell casings that littered the street.Jefferson collapsed 200 feet away with 18 wounds. He became the third gunshot victim in two days to be pronounced dead at Temple University Hospital.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Biden administration considering requiring stricter coronavirus testing for everyone traveling to US
Top US government officials are considering requiring everyone who enters the US to be tested for Covid-19 the day before their flight and having all travelers -- including US citizens and permanent residents -- be tested again after returning home, regardless of vaccination status, sources familiar with the thinking have told CNN.
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Tiger Woods' golf future uncertain after car crash
Tiger Woods says he's unsure if he'll be able to play professional golf again and at what level as he continues his recovery from a car crash that badly injured his leg. Woods spoke at the Hero World Challenge, a tournament he hosts in The Bahamas. (Nov. 30)      
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LA Sheriff Refuses County's COVID Testing Over Alleged China Connection to Test Provider
LA Sheriff Alex Villaneuva released a letter to the County Board of Supervisors contesting the use of Fulgent Genetics testing because of alleged ties to China.
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7-year-old girl summits Grand Teton
A young girl summited Grand Teton, a nearly 14,000-foot peak in Wyoming, following in her parents' rock climbing footsteps. Lilia Luciano shares more.
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I almost died trying to get an abortion. I'm terrified my students could face a similar fate
Claudia Dreifus writes that whether or not the right to a legal abortion survives its latest US Supreme Court challenge, the lesson we must learn is that preserving our rights -- be they in citizenship, speech or reproduction -- requires constant vigilance.
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Josh Duggar of ‘19 Kids and Counting’ Goes on Trial in Child Pornography Case
Prosecutors say Mr. Duggar used the internet to download explicit material showing the sexual abuse of children. He faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted.
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CNN suspends Chris Cuomo 'indefinitely' for aiding brother Andrew during sexual harassment scandals
Chris Cuomo was suspended indefinitely Tuesday after records showed he was intimately involved in trying to help his brother, then Gov. Andrew Cuomo.       
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Nicolas Cage to play Dracula in new monster film ‘Renfield’
Nicolas Cage has scored his next big-budget onscreen role as "Dracula" in the upcoming Universal Pictures film "Renfield" alongside Nicholas Hoult.
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Community Raises $75K to Help 75-Year-Old College Adviser Buy First Home
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker was able to buy her dream home after the community at University of Oregon raised the money since she had done so much for the students.
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'Sex and the City' spin-off releases full trailer for 'And Just Like That...'
Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis appear in the first full trailer for HBO Max's "Sex and the City" reboot "And Just Like That..."
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Incredible images shortlisted for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award
Curious meerkats, a rescued Amazon river dolphin and a school of barracudas feature on the shortlist of images for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice competition, and fans can vote for their favorite.
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Obama makes surprise visit to D.C. vaccination site amid polarized virus debate
The former president’s appearance at a Southeast elementary school comes as the new omicron variant threatens to make the pandemic longer and more complicated.
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CNN suspends Chris Cuomo for helping brother in scandal
CNN says it is suspending anchor Chris Cuomo indefinitely pending a further review of documents revealing how he helped his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, when he was facing charges of sexual harassment
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South Beach hotel rooms going for up to $27,000 amid Art Basel rush
“Tables for the night range from $5,000 to $75,000," Dennis DeGori from megaclub E11Even tells us. "We are basically sold out for the week and we just finalized our talent on Monday.
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Lakers star LeBron James out indefinitely under NBA’s covid-19 health and safety protocols
It is unclear whether the four-time MVP has tested positive for the coronavirus or if he came into close contact with someone who did.
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Alexa Culp not leaving MMA but open to more Triller Triad Combat: 'I would never throw this away, either'
While her Triller Triad Combat debut couldn't have gone much better, Alex Culp says she's not walking away from MMA.       Related StoriesAlexa Culp not leaving MMA but open to more Triller Triad Combat: 'I would never throw this away, either' - EnclosureSpinning Back Clique: Thoughts on Triad Combat, Conor McGregor's bold talk, moreUFC releases Kevin Lee after seven years, 18 appearances 
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‘Concerning’ asteroid will break into Earth’s orbit in a week: NASA
2021 could end with a huge close call. NASA has warned that a giant asteroid bigger than the Eiffel Tower will break into Earth's orbit in a week.
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What Time is ‘The Power of the Dog’ on Netflix?
Jane Campion makes a triumphant return with her new western The Power of the Dog. When will it arrive to Netflix?
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America's 20 Most Popular Female And Male Cat Names
These cat names have been judged the pick of the litter in 2021 in a nationwide survey.
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Cheetos dust exhibition on mega-yacht for Art Basel mocked online
The internationally renowned showcase will close out with a Cheetos-hosted exhibition featuring art made out of the dust from its iconic corn puff snack, a residue formally known as Cheetle.
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CNN suspends Chris Cuomo 'indefinitely' for advising brother amid harassment scandal
The move comes after documents in a New York State investigation 'shed new light' on Cuomo's involvement in former governor Andrew Cuomo's defense.
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'Rust' shooting: Police release fourth search warrant in ongoing investigation
The Santa Fe Sheriff's Department released a fourth search warrant in the ongoing investigation into the fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins. New details regarding how live ammunition potentially made it onto the set of "Rust" were revealed.
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NASA spacewalk delayed due to debris threat
A scheduled spacewalk outside the International Space Station to fix a bad antenna was postponed after NASA said the risk of astronauts being struck by debris was too high.
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Lakers' LeBron James placed in NBA's COVID-19 health and safety protocols, out Tuesday vs. Kings
LeBron James, who has missed half the Lakers' games so far this season, is out again after landing in the NBA's COVID-19 health and safety protocols.      
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Schools struggle with severe staff shortages
Some school districts are taking desperate measures as they deal with severe staff shortages. Some employees are working multiple jobs. Janet Shamlian takes a look.
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Millions are suffering from diet-related diseases. What number will make us pay attention?
Diabetes, heart disease, obesity and more could be helped if we changed what we eat.
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Showdown over Trump records in Capitol riot probe
Lawyers for former President Trump tried to convince a panel of judges that he should be allowed to withhold records from congressional investigators looking into the Capitol riot. Meanwhile, Mr. Trump's former chief of staff Mark Meadows has decided to cooperate with the probe. Kris Van Cleave has more.
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Chris Cuomo Suspended at CNN Following New York AG's Release of Text Messages
"These documents point to a greater level of involvement in his brother's efforts than we previously knew," a CNN spokesperson said.
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Wife of Mexican drug kingpin ‘El Chapo’ sentenced to 3 years in prison
In court in Washington, Emma Coronel Aispuro apologized to ‘all the citizens of this country’ for aiding the murderous Sinaloa Cartel.
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Man Accused of Killing His 4 Children, Mother-in-Law Often Posted About Living Religiously
A man charged with killing his four children and mother-in-law is expected to appear in court on Tuesday.
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