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8 years. $28 million in deposits. The perplexing tale of a three-wheeled car that never arrived.

Elio Motors got 65,000 deposits worth tens of millions of dollars but hasn't delivered a single vehicle.      
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Rangers’ winning streak growing despite Mika Zibanejad’s lack of goals
Mika Zibanejad had one shot, plus one attempt blocked and another that missed the net during the Rangers’ 1-0 victory.
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Citing Flawed Executions, Oklahoma Parole Board Pleads for Killer's Clemency, But Is Denied
One of the state's botched executions made a death row inmate suffer for 45 minutes before he finally died. Normally, the onset of death only takes 10 minutes.
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Man Serving 100-Year-Sentence For Killing Wife Confesses to Additional 1968 Murder of Teen
Courtney Brooke Atlas confessed in prison this week to the 1968 murder of Pamela Ann Dorrington, a 19-year-old woman who was renting an apartment from him.
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Principal Out After Parents Find Sexual Content in Book on Optional English Reading List
On Thursday, the Paradise Valley Unified School District governing board voted to not renew Principal Linda Ihnat's contract, who works at Horizon High School.
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US sees signs Russia plans Ukraine invasion in early 2022
U.S. officials believe Russia is planning a multi-front invasion of Ukraine, involving as many as 175,000 troops, as soon as early 2022, Fox News has confirmed.
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Michael Bublé stars in his first holiday special, "Michael Bublé's Christmas in the City," airing Dec. 6 on NBC.       
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Ingraham: Stacey Abrams rides again, but Georgia should laugh back
In her "Ingraham Angle" commentary on Friday, host Laura Ingraham said Georgia residents should ignore Stacey Abrams as she tries again to win Georgia's gubernatorial race.
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Republican foes of Chris Cuomo comment on stunning suspension: 'Needs to be fired immediately'
Some of CNN anchor Chris Cuomo's Republican foes had sharp words for the liberal host after he was indefinitely suspended this week by the scandal-plagued, liberal network.
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Fantasy football: Finding right defenses to play for stretch run is key for owners
Note to fantasy football owners: Don't forget about playing the right defense.
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George Soros is the 'common thread' linking cities with rising crime rates: Watters
Fox News host Jesse Watters diagnosed the crime problems afflicting the nation's biggest cities Friday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
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Carolyn Hax: Daughter-in-law seeks agent to manage parents’ guilt trip
Daughter-in-law asks for help talking to her parents, who are upset that she and her husband might be moving away.
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U.S. Intelligence Sees Russian Plan for Possible Ukraine Invasion
An invasion force could include 175,000 troops, but U.S. officials stress that President Vladimir V. Putin’s intentions remain unclear.
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Miss Manners: Must you politely protest when someone offers to do something nice for you?
Reader asks if it’s okay to accept someone’s first offer to do something nice for you, rather than (politely) volleying back and forth.
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Hints From Heloise: How to pack a suitcase
How-to steps to packing a suitcase efficiently, including placing socks and underwear into shoes to save space.
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Ask Amy: Your friend says car is no longer for sale after your daughter dragged her feet
Reader planned on purchasing car for their daughter. A health emergency delayed pick up of the car and derailed the sale.
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Olivia Colman Will Blow You Away (Again) in ‘Landscapers’
Stefania Rosini/HBOThis is a preview of our pop culture newsletter The Daily Beast’s Obsessed, written by senior entertainment reporter Kevin Fallon. To receive the full newsletter in your inbox each week, sign up for it here.The lazy praise about an actor who is good in everything they do is to say, “I would watch them read the phone book.” It’s dumb. And also not true. You wouldn’t watch someone read the phone book. It’s a phone book! It would be boring as hell, no matter who it was. Also, do phone books even exist anymore? Anyway, let’s find one. Because, despite everything I just said, I would watch Olivia Colman read the phone book. (Someone find a phone book!)I would watch Olivia Colman say “I pooed in a cupboard!” with verve, as she does 100 seconds into this Vogue video interview. I would watch her shove her face with delicacies and devastatingly entertain a harem of rabbits, as she does in The Favourite. I would watch her blow a raspberry during an Oscars acceptance speech in front of cinema’s most elite and illustrious, a reward for her performance in that film, and I would surely watch her simply say “Lady Gaga!” at the end and blow a kiss. (I rewatched this speech to write this, and obviously cried.) I would watch her tromp through the English hills on a hunting trip in The Crown, and then scream, “Michaela Coel, fuck yeah!” while accepting an award for that performance. (Watched and cried to that one, too.)Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Jets prepping for either Eagles’ quarterback amid Jalen Hurts’ injury
The Jets entered the weekend unsure of which quarterback they will be facing Sunday at MetLife Stadium. 
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Internet Absolutely Trashes Man Who Claims Wife 'Needs Professional Help' For Playing Game
"I am truly concerned that she has become obsessed with this online game," the Redditor wrote.
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No. 17 Utah routs No. 10 Oregon to win first Pac-12 championship since joining conference
Utah dominated 38-10 to win its first Pac-12 title since joining in 2011 and first conference championship since winning the Mountain West in 2008.       
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Gilead recalls vials of COVID antiviral drug remdesivir over glass shard contamination
A pharmaceutical manufacturer recalled thousands of vials of its COVID-19 antiviral drug remdesivir after an investigation found they were contaminated with glass particles.
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‘It Was Devastating’: Hundreds Grieve for Oxford High Shooting Victims at Somber Vigil
Scott OlsonOXFORD, Michigan—As a manhunt continued late Friday for the parents of a 15-year-old boy who allegedly used the gun his father bought him to murder several classmates, hundreds of people gathered in the center of the small town where it happened to pay tribute to the victims and try to make sense of the tragedy.“I graduated from Oxford some time ago, and I can’t understand why this would be a viable choice in a child’s mind. It’s hard to comprehend,” said one attendee, Mike, who graduated in 1999 from Oxford High School.That is where police say Ethan Crumbley, a sophomore at the school, opened fire on classmates Tuesday, killing 16-year old Tate Myre, 17-year old Madisyn Baldwin, 14-year old Hana St. Juliana, and 17-year-old Justin Shilling. Several others were injured, including a teacher.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Prosecutors Get Showy During Maxwell Trial, Bring Epstein's Massage Table Into Court
Prosecutors brought a massage table into court as a police officer testified it was taken from the same room in the mansion identified by an accuser this week.
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Curtis Granderson emerges as candidate for Mets’ manager opening
A familiar face presents the Mets with an option to fill their managerial void. 
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Virginia rallies in final seconds to beat Pittsburgh in ACC opener
Jayden Gardner scores the game's final five points in the last 10 seconds, including the winning jumper after the Cavaliers forced a five-second violation, as Virginia improves to 13-0 in ACC openers under Tony Bennett.
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Donald Trump Thought Mark Meadows’ Book Was ‘Fucking Stupid’
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyMark Meadows really, truly thought Donald Trump would adore his new book.In the weeks leading up to the rollout for his soon-to-be-released memoir about serving then-President Trump, the former GOP congressman and ex-White House chief of staff was privately telling others how much Trump would enjoy the book, according to two people familiar with the matter. Meadows, who remained a particularly sycophantic Trump loyalist and adviser well into Trump’s post-presidency, was counting on his former boss, as well as other MAGA notables, to enthusiastically promote and endorse the book to help juice sales.“He thought Trump was going to love it,” one of these sources attested.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Quince Orchard overpowers Wise, 31-13, to cap perfect season with fourth state championship
The Cougars, who have won two of the past three Maryland 4A titles, got stronger as this season progressed.
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Bellator 272 results: Jeremy Kennedy grinds out Emmanuel Sanchez to earn unanimous decision
UFC and PFL veteran Jeremy Kennedy leaned on his wrestling skills to win a unanimous decision in Bellator 272's co-main event.       Related StoriesBellator 272 results: Jeremy Kennedy grinds out Emmanuel Sanchez to earn unanimous decision - EnclosureBellator 272 video: Josh Hill clocks Jared Scoggins for one-punch knockoutBellator 272 video: Josh Hill clocks Jared Scoggins for one-punch knockout - Enclosure 
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'Rotten-Egg Stench' From Los Angeles Flood-Control Channel Spurs Violation Notices
The stench is due to a fire that started Sept. 30, SCAQMD said. It was at a warehouse in Carson where two companies kept a lot of wellness and beauty products.
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My Sister, 23, Was Taken Out Into the Snow and Left to Die. It Was Never Properly Investigated
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyTwo days after Danielle Ewenin learned that her 23-year-old sister had been found frozen to death in a farmer’s field on the outskirts of Calgary, Alberta, a city in southwestern Canada, she said she sat down with a police officer to try to understand how such a tragedy could have happened.It was February 1982 and Danielle, 22, and her parents were inside a family member’s home in Regina, a city in Saskatchewan, Canada, when the local officer, who she said had been briefed by Calgary police, explained that her sister Eleanor “Laney” Ewenin was last seen leaving a downtown bar in Calgary. Two days later, police reportedly found her in a field that Danielle estimates would have been about 20 miles from the town center at that time.“They had told us that it had snowed, so they could see the tire tracks pulling in and the tracks pulling out and that they could see that she was trying to make her way across the field,” said Danielle, who described the meeting with police as lasting about an hour. “There was a building there that had lights on, so they felt that that's where she was going.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Hannity rips US jobs report: Biden was supposed to shut down virus, not economy
In his Opening Monologue on Friday, Sean Hannity said Friday that President Biden is “shutting down” the wrong aspect of Americans' lives as of late.
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Kevin Durant leads Nets to grinding win over Timberwolves
Kevin Durant poured in a game-high 30 points, while Patty Mills added 23 points and James Harden had 20 points with nine assists.
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Minnesota Viking Everson Griffen Reveals Bipolar Diagnosis Week After Police Standoff
During the standoff, Griffen posted disturbing text messages and a video of himself holding a gun.
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Bellator 272 video: Josh Hill clocks Jared Scoggins for one-punch knockout
The fight came to a sudden end early in Round 2 after Josh Hill delivered the boom.       Related StoriesBellator 272 video: Josh Hill clocks Jared Scoggins for one-punch knockout - Enclosure'The Alpha Ginger' Spike Carlyle pulls off improbable comeback at Bellator 272'The Alpha Ginger' Spike Carlyle pulls off improbable comeback at Bellator 272 - Enclosure 
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Parents of Michigan shooting suspect charged; Customers step up to save beloved general store
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Tampa Bay Bucs Coach Says There Are Probably Other NFL Players Misrepresenting Vax Status
Bucs head coach Bruce Arians said his team cooperated with the league's investigation of his players' vaccination status and hopes it continues to other teams.
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CDC's Walensky: COVID-19 'Likely to Become an Endemic Disease'
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Friday on MSNBC's "The Beat" that COVID-19 will likely become an endemic virus that has a constant presence like influenza.
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In Oxford School Shooting, Sheriff Rips Prosecutor Over Parent's Escape
"We did not know these charges," the sheriff stated.
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US Intelligence Says Russia Planning for a Ukraine Invasion With 100 Battalions, Artillery
An official speaking to the Associated Press said American intelligence shows Russian movement for a possible invasion is already underway.
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Nurse charged with making fake Covid-19 vaccine cards
A nurse in Columbia, South Carolina has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of making fraudulent Covid-19 vaccination cards, according to the US Attorney's Office for the District of South Carolina.
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Prez’s lost war on COVID: Biden still trying to ‘beat’ virus — and failing
President Joe Biden has badly responded to the pandemic with vaccine mandates and constant restrictions -- after touting how much he would do better than his predecessor, Kimberley Strassel writes.
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Mississippi Death Row Inmate Asks State to Execute Him After '25-Year Wait for Justice'
"I ask to see that my execution should be carried out forthwith," said Grayson in a letter to the state Supreme Court justices filed Friday with the court.
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A change in the weather pattern could mean a chance of rain for L.A. next week
A change in the prevailing weather pattern offers hope for some much-needed rain in Southern California, with above-normal precipitation and below-normal temperatures forecast.
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Wizards come undone, get blown out by Cavaliers at home
A 27-2 Cleveland run that bridged the second and third quarters was a big reason why Washington dropped its third game at home.
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Bellator announces eight-man bantamweight grand prix for 2022
The fifth Bellator grand prix of the Scott Coker era is official.       Related StoriesBellator announces eight-man bantamweight grand prix for 2022 - Enclosure'The Alpha Ginger' Spike Carlyle pulls off improbable comeback at Bellator 272'The Alpha Ginger' Spike Carlyle pulls off improbable comeback at Bellator 272 - Enclosure 
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Florida Woman Who Laundered Money for Child Exploitation Websites Gets 5 Years
Some of the kids on the website posed in "provocative" ways while wearing revealing costumes and underwear.
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Landlord Seizing Tenant's Belongings During Eviction Mean-Spirited, Unconstitutional: Judge
A Mississippi judge ruled the law that allows landlords to take anything in a home after the time period of an eviction order is unconstitutional.
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Wizards come undone, get blown out by Cavaliers at home
A 27-2 Cleveland run that bridged the second and third quarters was a big reason why Washington dropped its third game at home.
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Suspected killer of Columbia student was on parole for gang attack, has lengthy rap sheet
Vincent Pinkney, 25, has previously been arrested 11 times since 2012 on charges including robbery and assault, law-enforcement sources said Friday. 
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