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9-Foot Alligator Attempting to Enter Community Pool Captured by Police

Police in North Carolina shared the humorous image online after they managed to capture an alligator that had been casually strolling through the neighborhood.
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UFC veteran Diego Sanchez fighting scary COVID-19 battle
Former UFC star and winner of Season 1 of "The Ultimate Fighter," Diego Sanchez has been hospitalized with pneumonia after a weeks-long battle with the COVID-19.
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Barbra Streisand asked to sing Stephen Sondheim tunes at Grammys 2022
The music icon has been asked to perform a tribute to musical theater legend Sondheim at this year's Grammy Awards, but it's not clear if she's accepted.
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Some states dropping ‘dehumanizing’ terms for immigrants
Immigrants and immigrant-rights groups say the term, especially when combined with “illegal,” is dehumanizing and can have a harmful effect on immigration policy.
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Skip the clean up with this handy robot vacuum that’s over $100 off
We might not have flying cars yet, but we don’t have to vacuum our own floors anymore!
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‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’ actress Arlene Dahl dead at 96
The redheaded Dahl was known for being one of the most iconic faces of 1950s glamour.
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Subway conductor punched after asking teen to stop smoking weed: cops
An MTA conductor was punched in the face after he asked a 17-year-old to stop smoking pot on a Manhattan subway Monday afternoon, police said.
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Where Americans are quitting their jobs at the highest rates
As the tight job market continues, some states have experienced an outsized jump in resignations.
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U.S. Leaders Brace for Omicron as Inevitability, Urge Masks Indoors
As of Monday, more than a dozen countries around the world have reported cases of the Omicron variant, but the U.S. has yet to be included in that list.
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What To Know About the Contacts Book That Could Be Crucial to Ghislaine Maxwell’s Trial
The trial of Ghislaine Maxwell began on Monday, more than two years after the death of her alleged associate Jeffrey Epstein, with whom she had been charged with conspiring to sexually abuse minors. The trial is likely to be a media spectacle. The crimes of Jeffrey Epstein—and his death by suicide in August 2019—have spawned…
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All adults should get a Covid booster shot, CDC says
“The recent emergence of the Omicron variant further emphasizes the importance of vaccination, boosters and prevention efforts needed to protect against Covid-19,” CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said in a statement.
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Cuomo strikes defiant tone in newly released video of his testimony about alleged sexual misconduct
Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo appeared defiant in newly released video from his summer testimony relating to the sexual assault allegations that led to his eventual resignation
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France Takes Steps to Curb Smuggling Across Channel After 27 Migrants Die Trying to Reach U.K.
Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said justice officials and staff from the finance and foreign affairs ministries will join the agency to bolster it.
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Jan. 6 committee prepares to hold former Trump DOJ official in criminal contempt
This would be the second criminal complaint the committee has pursued, and it could move to hold yet another witness, former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows, in contempt before the week is over.
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For a city still struggling to revitalize its downtown, protests become an economic lifeline
Protests have drawn revenue as D.C. recovers from the pandemic economy.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga’ on Paramount+, Where The Legendary Entertainer Gives His Final Public Performance
Lady Gaga is the ringmaster for a moving tribute concert to her collaborator and mentor, 95-year-old singer and entertainer Tony Bennett.
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Omicron expected to arrive in NYC, COVID masks should be worn indoors ‘at all times,’ city’s top doctor says
With New York City health officials anticipating the omicron variant to arrive in the coming days, the city’s top doctor on Monday recommended that New Yorkers wear COVID-19 masks "at all times" indoors and in public settings regardless of their vaccination status.
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Jussie Smollett should face justice for hurting race relations in America — and undercutting the real victims
Don’t let anyone tell you the Jussie Smollett trial, which opened Monday is overblown, prosecutorial overreach, shouldn’t be happening or doesn’t matter. It matters. A lot. As does the way Smollett’s claims were treated by the media. No matter how outlandish his story was — and it was a whopper — the mainstream media and...
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Man Loses 'Love of His Life' After Lying About Religion and Marrying Ultra-Orthodox Woman
The family of Eliyah Hawila's wife was suspicious about their new son-in-law after finding his original ID listing his birth name.
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Omicron poses 3 major threats to the US economy, says Jerome Powell
Here we go again. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is set to testify Tuesday that the Omicron variant threatens America's economic recovery.
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Amazon workers in Alabama will get another chance to unionize
US regulators have ordered Amazon to submit to a new vote on whether to unionize an Alabama warehouse, ruling that the Seattle-based giant had improperly interfered in a hotly contested election this spring.
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Feud between Reps. Boebert, Omar escalates after phone call goes awry
Rep. Lauren Boebert and far-left Rep. Ilhan Omar traded angry statements, with Boebert accusing Omar of cutting off a phone call meant to smooth things over.
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Jussie Smollett trial: Court 'working with media' on how to 'fit in courtroom'
According to a Fox News reporter, the press is sitting in the hallway and can see inside the courtroom, but the audio is hard to decipher.
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Prosecutors Ask SCOTUS to Review Bill Cosby Case, Say He Wasn't Granted Lifetime Immunity
Cosby was released in June after Pennsylvania's highest court ruled that an earlier promise not to prosecute the former comedian was binding.
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Cowboys DT Trysten Hill suspended 2 games for punching Raiders OL John Simpson after loss
After the Cowboys' loss to the Raiders, Trysten Hill confronted John SImpson and swung at the offensive lineman, knocking his helmet off.       
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Slammed Nurses Brace for Omicron ‘Nightmare’ in Michigan
Courtesy Anthony HuynhFor the last month, medical workers across Michigan have slogged toward another holiday season defined by surging COVID-19 cases, an almost surreal descent reminiscent of the pre-vaccine era in which the state emerged as an early pandemic hot spot.Cases have spiked dramatically and hospitals across the state have been pushed to the brink. Looming mass gatherings, lax mask-mandate practices, and stagnating vaccination rates already had doctors and nurses fearing further chaos.Then came the threat of the super-mutated Omicron variant, which—early though it may be—experts fear could be even more contagious and possibly even vaccine-resistant than the Delta strain that sent the state’s hospital system into a tailspin this fall.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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‘Blue Rush’ Podcast Episode 88: Defense Carries Giants to Much-Needed Victory
It's only fitting the defense was tremendous on the day Michael Strahan was honored at halftime.
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Nissan Introducing 23 New Electrified Vehicles by 2030, Launching New Batteries
New electrified vehicles, solid state battery introduction and expanded manufacturing capability are part of the Nissan Ambition 2030 plan.
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USC issues apology after 'offensive chant' during football game
The University of Southern California (USC) issued a public apology after an 'offensive chant' was made from USC's student section during Saturday night's football game against Brigham Young University (BYU).
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Man Argues With Mom About Music Career in Hilarious Viral Video
"My brother dropped an album, quit his job to be a rockstar, and just told my mom at family Thanksgiving dinner," the video's text overlay alleges.
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Rangers keep on spending, agree with Corey Seager on 10-year, $325 million contract
The Texas Rangers agreed to terms with two-time All-Star shortstop and former World Series MVP Corey Seager on a 10-year, $325 million contract.      
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McConnell threatens to stall defense bill without amendment votes
Democrats need to muster 60 votes to advance the defense policy bill, meaning Republicans could stall the measure if they hang together on the vote.
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Cyber Monday has arrived — shop the 500+ best deals from Walmart, Amazon and more
Cyber Monday deals are finally here. Shop the best deals on Apple, gift cards, headphones, laptops and more.      
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Babies develop a sense of humor after one month, study shows
Think you're funny? Newborns don't — at least, probably not until they reach about the one-month mark.
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Bret Baier’s missing courage
Host of 'Special Report' on Fox News prefers to ask, rather than to answer, the questions.
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Boy, 7, is all smiles despite rare, painful skin condition
"It's unreal how resilient he is and how well he deals with it all," said his mother.
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Arlene Dahl, 'Journey to the Center of the Earth' star and Lorenzo Lamas' mother, dead at 96
Her other films included “A Southern Yankee,” “Scene of the Crime,” “Desert Legion” and “Jamaica Run,” which starred Fernando Lamas, who she would marry.
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Bill Cosby prosecutors ask U.S. Supreme Court to review overturned sex-crime conviction
Bill Cosby's 2018 sex-crime conviction was reversed in Pennsylvania; now his prosecutor has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review that decision.       
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These are the best Cyber Monday TV deals you can shop right now at Amazon, Best Buy and more
Here's what to know before buying a TV online this holiday season, plus where to find the best Cyber Monday TV deals
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CDC now says all adults should get COVID booster shots amid Omicron fears
The CDC upped its urgency over coronavirus vaccine boosters Monday, saying every US adult should now get the extra shot because of the Omicron variant. The federal agency previously said that while every adult was eligible for a booster, only those age 50 and older and those 18 and above in long-term care should really...
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Alan Paller, early leader in cybersecurity awareness, dies at 76
He co-created the SANS Institute, the world’s foremost nongovernment cybersecurity training program.
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Pandemic Prompted 35 Percent Spike in Central Americans Who Wanted to Migrate: Report
When the same question was asked in 2019 before the pandemic, just eight percent of respondents expressed the same desire of wanting to migrate.
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Honduras Poised to Elect First Female President, Wife of Ex-President Ousted in 2009 Coup
Xiomara Castro de Zelaya, whose husband was sent into exile following a coup, is likely to become Honduras' first female president.
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Chris Cuomo offered advice to brother Andrew Cuomo on coronavirus messaging: Testimony
New documents reveal the conversations CNN anchor Chris Cuomo had with then-Gov. Cuomo's administration throughout the coronavirus pandemic and Andrew Cuomo's sexual harassment scandal.
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Hold Cuomo accountable and other commentary
From the left: Hold Cuomo Accountable The “most damning” parts of the state Assembly’s report this month on Gov. Andrew Cuomo involve his coverup of nursing-home deaths, “an indelible moral failing that the ex-governor still has not been held accountable for,” rails Alex Shephard at The New Republic. “While Cuomo and his staff were working...
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Brooklyn Chop House diners give up tables for Cardi B and Offset
Cardi B and Offset showed up to Brooklyn Chop House for dinner, but the restaurant was booked. BCH gave diners bottles of cristal to move for the couple.
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Fed’s Powell warns Omicron could slow job growth, extend supply snarls
“Greater concerns about the virus could reduce people’s willingness to work in person, which would slow progress in the labor market and intensify supply-chain disruptions,” Powell said in his statement.
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Show can’t go on: More performances of Broadway’s ‘Chicago’ KO’d over COVID
Broadway's "Chicago" has canceled two more days of performances this week after several theater workers tested positive for COVID-19.
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