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Youngkin Beating McAuliffe With Virginia Parents Among Fight Over Education, Poll Shows

Cygnal pollsters found a 17.3 percent gap between parents of K-12 children who support Terry McAuliffe versus those who support Glenn Youngkin.
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Islamophobia controversy worsens after Boebert calls Omar
The Minnesota progressive ended her phone conversation with the Colorado conservative after both demanded public apologies — exacerbating already rock-bottom relations in the House.
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Non-Binary, Gender X Driver's Licenses, Passports Gaining Popularity
The number of 'X' identifiers on driver's licenses are on the rise despite various obstacles in place like unclear policy changes and costs.
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Mystery buyer spends $41.5M in Jennifer Lawrence’s West Village building
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence has a new neighbor in the West Village. The “Hunger Games” star — who is pregnant and on the cover of this month’s Vanity Fair — and her husband, art gallerist Cooke Maroney, were the first to buy at 17 Jane St. That’s the discreet, seven-unit, new-construction building that rose on...
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Dave Chappelle's Alma Mater Will Still Name Theater After Him Despite Netflix Controversy
The comedian announced a contest to decide if the school will rename its theater after him, but the school said it would do so regardless of the outcome.
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Surprise!—Allbird's Cyber Monday Sale Is Live
Photo: Scouted/The Daily Beast/Allbirds.In the market for a new pair of kicks? Made from superfine merino sheep’s wool, Allbirds are among the comfiest you’ll find, and the brand is launching a new style just in time for the holidays. Plus, Allbirds' launched their unexpected Cyber Monday sale today, which means you can score some of their best-selling shoe and apparel styles at up to 50 percent off today only. If you're planning to wait until tonight to add your favorite Allbirds pieces to your cart, we'd suggest rethinking because the stock is already selling out fast. As we all know, Allbirds doesn't offer many sales either, so whether you're looking for the perfect gift for someone on your holiday list or need a new pair of kicks for yourself, run—don't walk to this stellar Cyber Monday sale. Let Scouted guide you to the best Cyber Monday deals. Shop Here >Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Biden meets with retailers and grocers to discuss supply chain as holiday season begins
President Joe Biden met with the CEOs of a number of major retailers and grocers on Monday to discuss the holiday shopping season, part of the administration's ongoing effort to emphasize the strength of the nation's supply chains amid growing concerns.
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Majority of Americans Would Take COVID Pill If They Got Sick, Except for Unvaccinated: Poll
The finding comes as Pfizer seeks FDA emergency use approval for Paxlovid, which is a five-day antiviral pill regimen.
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Nissan revs up electric vehicle race with $18 billion plan
Nissan will invest $18 billion through 2030 to develop 23 electrified models that includes hybrids and 15 all-electric vehicles.
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Cyber Monday deals: Toys that any kid will love
Cyber Monday is here, which means Christmas is less than four weeks away. If you’re just getting started on holiday shopping for the kids in your life, those digital sale posters and emails flooding your inbox may be overwhelming.
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Judge tosses photographer’s suit over ‘Pulp Fiction’ poster: report
The photographer who shot the iconic "Pulp Fiction" movie poster waited too long to file his copyright infringement suit against Miramax.
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Cyber Monday PS5 restock: Check the status at Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Gamestop, Amazon and more
Looking to buy a PS5? Here's a handy guide for tracking restocks at Target, Best Buy, Gamestop, Amazon and more.
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NJ authorities share age-progressed image of missing girl Dulce Maria Alavez
The Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office shared a likeness of what Dulce Maria Alavez may look like more two years after she disappeared from Bridgeton City Park in 2019.
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Where to Watch ‘Drive My Car’
Is Japan's 2022 Oscar entry available to stream on Netflix or HBO Max?
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Remembering Lee Elder: first Black golfer to play in the Masters
Lee Elder, the first Black golfer to compete in the Masters, died on Nov. 28 at the age of 87.      
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Disney Censors ‘The Simpsons’ Episode In Hong Kong Over Tiananmen Square Joke
Disney+ launched in Hong Kong last month, but users may notice that the streamer is missing an episode of The Simpsons‘ 16th season. At the time of publication, Disney has not publicly addressed this omission. In the episode (titled “Goo Goo Gai Pen”), which originally aired in 2005, the Simpson family travels to China and...
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Labor official confirms new election for Amazon workers
A labor official is confirming a new union election for Amazon workers in Bessemer, Alabama based on objections to the first vote
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Mark Esper Sues U.S. for Release of Material to Use in Memoir About Time in Trump Cabinet
The filing claims that "significant text" of the memoir is being held for classification purposes despite Esper saying that nothing classified is included.
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Cowboys' McCarthy in COVID protocols, won't coach vs. Saints
Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy has entered COVID-19 protocols and won't be on the sideline for Thursday night's game in New Orleans.
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D.C. Council candidates try to bridge divide between old and new Ward 5
Ward 5's seat on the D.C. Council is up for grabs. And the field of candidates is divided along generational lines, just like the ward they are running to represent.
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Bradley Cooper recalls being held up at knifepoint on the subway
"My guard was down … I was all the way at the end of the subway. Innately, I would just go all the way down to the end. I felt somebody coming up… I looked down and I see a knife.”
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Kansas Dem arrested for DUI while out on bail for domestic violence charge
A 21-year-old progressive state lawmaker in Kansas has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence — just weeks after being bailed out for alleged domestic violence, according to officials. Proud “Green New Deal Democrat” Aaron Coleman — who was elected last year despite admitting to having sent revenge porn — was arrested at...
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Democrats struggle to energize their base heading into 2022 midterm elections
Less than a year from midterm elections, Democratic leaders are raising alarms over waning support in the party. President Joe Biden's approval ratings have dropped and many progressive party members fear not enough of the major Democratic agenda is being focused on. CBS News political contributor Antjuan Seawright joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero to discuss how the party is working to energize its base.
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Schoolgirl Outfits, Gifts to Teens, Sex Abuse “Every Day”: Feds Slam Ghislaine Maxwell on 1st Day of Trial
Photo Illustration by Kelly Caminero/The Daily Beast/GettyNEW YORK, NY—They were young girls who dreamed of becoming professional musicians, or models, or actresses—but they often came from poor families and their parents needed money. They were the perfect targets for a pair of high-society “predators” who dazzled them with fabulous wealth and promised them the world—and who then allegedly groomed, molested, and raped them.Such was the story presented by federal prosecutors on the first day of Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial in connection to multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring. The 59-year-old British heiress is accused of procuring underage girls for Epstein to molest in what prosecutors called a “pyramid scheme of abuse.” Four victims will testify that Maxwell participated in Epstein’s sex ring—including one who says the couple involved her in “group sexualized massages” when she was only 14 years old. Maxwell has denied the charges. Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Smoke prompts suspension of Red Line service in part of downtown D.C.
Metro service was suspended on part of the Red Line in downtown Washington because of smoke from the brake of a rail car, officials said.
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Actor Jussie Smollett arrives at court for trial
Actor Jussie Smollett arrives at court as jury selection take place in his upcoming trial. He's accused of lying to police about being attacked in January 2019. (Nov. 29)      
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The Bidens unveil their first White House Christmas decorations
With some holiday spirit and over 100 volunteers, the White House has been decorated in the theme of "gifts from the heart." The theme honors frontline workers, first responders and the military.
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In L.A. County, low-income areas have been less likely to get COVID-19 boosters
The percentage of vaccinated L.A. County residents who have gotten COVID-19 booster shots is much lower in poorer neighborhoods, health data show.
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CNN host calls for global vaccine passports to prove which brand, dosage each person has received
CNN host Fareed Zakaria implored countries across the world to implement a global vaccine passport that would require people to prove which vaccine brand and dosage they'd received.
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Amid call for traffic safety measures, Bowser will increase police presence at some D.C. schools
Police will patrol near some D.C. schools and will stop drivers who run red lights or stop signs.
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Stephen Curry goes nuclear after heated technical in win over Clippers
A fourth-quarter technical foul sent Stephen Curry into a scoring binge on Sunday.
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Football field-sized asteroid to approach Earth on Monday night, one of several in the coming weeks
The asteroid 1994 WR12, which is 30 feet bigger than a football field, will be 3.8 million miles away from Earth on Monday night.      
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Why WHO skipped two letters of the Greek alphabet in naming Omicron
According to the Greek alphabet, the World Health Organization was expected to name the latest Covid-19 variant "Nu" or "Xi." But both names were seen as problematic.
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Bah-humbug! Christmas tree replaced by ‘artsy’ cardboard, NJ mourns ‘tradition’
Locals are divided by the 17-foot cardboard concoction dubbed "The Giving Tree," which was made by NJ artists Bradley Hoffer and Mike Lavallee, who goes by the name Porkchop.
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Ex-DOJ Official Jeffrey Clark in Jan. 6 Committee's Crosshairs as Contempt Vote Date Set
Clark, who was still a member of Trump's administration during the insurrection, supported efforts to delegitimize the election results.
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Jan. 6 Panel to Propose Charging Jeffrey Clark With Contempt
The committee investigating the Capitol riot will consider recommending criminal charges against Jeffrey Clark, a former Justice Department official.
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WH: Travel restrictions meant to protect not punish
The White House is defending its decision to restrict travel from South Africa and seven other African nations, insisting the decision was not meant to punish those countries but protect Americans from the new omicron coronavirus variant. (Nov. 29)      
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey steps down
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has resigned. Parag Agrawal, Twitter's chief technology officer, will take over the role. CBSN's technology reporter Dan Patterson joins Tanya Rivero for more.
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Tiger Woods admits he may never be at the pinnacle of golf again: 'It’s an unfortunate reality'
Tiger Woods admitted in a recent interview that it's unlikely he'll be as good as he once was following the Los Angeles car crash that left him with a devastating leg injury.
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UFC on ESPN 31: Make your predictions for Rob Font vs. Jose Aldo
We want your predictions for Saturday's UFC on ESPN 31 event in Las Vegas.      Related StoriesConor McGregor updates on injury recovery, likelihood of Diaz trilogy, Kamaru Usman's 'many holes'Bellator 272: Make your predictions for Sergio Pettis vs. Kyoji HoriguchiBellator 272 pre-event facts: Kyoji Horiguchi returns with historic resume 
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Dodgers' Max Muncy reveals he tore a ligament in left elbow at end of regular season
The injury Max Muncy suffered on the last day of the regular season was worse than the Dodgers initially said. Muncy said he tore an elbow ligament.
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Tom Ford says watching ‘House of Gucci’ was like surviving ‘a hurricane’
Tom Ford isn't mincing his words when it came to his thoughts about "House of Gucci."
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World's first living robots can now reproduce, scientists say
The US scientists who created the first living robots say the life forms, known as xenobots, can now reproduce -- and in a way not seen in plants and animals.
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‘Just as important as Gabby Petito’: Mom’s desperate search for vanished daughter
Lateche Norris hasn't been heard from since she frantically called her mother, Cheryl Walker, on a stranger's phone Nov. 5 in San Diego seeking help tracking down her wayward beau.
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Liberal media bemoans Biden's poor approval rating despite 'achievements'
Liberal media have at times blamed the American people for not being caught up on Biden's agenda amid his poor approval
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Death row inmate who survived a botched execution attempt dies of cancer
An Alabama death row inmate who survived a botched execution attempt in 2018 has died.
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210 million packages were stolen from Americans this year: survey
Security website Safewise found that a mind-boggling 64.1% of Americans have been victims of package theft in the last year.
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Jen Shah claimed she was spending $50,000 a month before arrest
"There are like 20 pieces of luggage when we travel and like maybe 17 of them are mine," Shah said while showing her family boarding a private jet.
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