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Angel City FC to distribute a portion of ticket sales to players as bonuses

Angel City FC plans to distribute a portion of ticket sales to its players as bonuses, which could add up to several thousand dollars.


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Second NYPD cop shot in melee with armed suspect released from hospital
Officer Robert Holmes, 31, the second NYPD cop wounded during a melee with an armed suspect in The Bronx, was released from the hospital on Friday afternoon, two days after the shooting.
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A go-ahead touchdown pass with 16 seconds remaining sends Douglass to the Maryland 2A final
Senior Jaxon Sutton caught a 25-yard fade in the corner of the end zone as the Eagles outlasted the Scorpions in a physical, run-heavy game.
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Trump Calls Border 'Bigger Problem' Than Inflation, Says He Could Cure Latter 'Very Quickly'
"People with murder rap sheets and drug dealers at the highest level, they're all being dumped into the United States," Trump said.
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UFC's Matt Brown says he's 'totally fine' after COVID-19 bout, 'never felt it necessary' to get vaccinated
Matt Brown is on the road to recovery after having his UFC on ESPN 31 bout canceled because of COVID-19.       Related StoriesSantiago Ponzinibbio keen to enter title contention by stopping Geoff Neal at UFC 269Video: Mike Perry grabs opponent, Derek Campos takes a swing at Triller Triad Combat faceoffs - Enclosure'I was almost going broke fighting in MMA': Rachael Ostovich says BKFC far more lucrative 
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LeBron James fined $15,000 for making an "obscene gesture" during game
The incident comes days after James was suspended for an on-court altercation involving Detroit Pistons center Isaiah Stewart.
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The Post says: Don’t let the Omicron bug in, Joe!
Joe Biden ran for president saying he was the best person to handle the COVID-19 outbreak. His performance has been middling at best, and he needs to step up to face the most important challenge of his term so far — a dangerous new strain of the virus dubbed Omicron.
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3 Bodies Found May Be Tied to Protests in Solomon Islands
The police were trying to determine if the charred remains found in the capital’s Chinatown district were linked to the protests, in which demonstrators set fire to buildings.
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Mets add outfield depth, sign Mark Canha to two-year deal
The Mets’ Black Friday haul includes a right-handed bat to help fill an outfield need. 
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What Smokey Robinson, Matthew McConaughey and more stars are saying about COVID-19
Not even Hollywood is safe from the coronavirus pandemic that has gripped much of the world. Here is how celebs have dealt with the virus.       
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Kevin Hart talks new drama series 'True Story'; says 'I stand with Dave' amidst controversy
Kevin Hart's latest project isn't not funny—that's because he takes a dramatic turn for his new Netflix limited series "True Story" co-starring Wesley Snipes. The entertainment mogul discusses his friend and fellow comedian Dave Chappelle, who has been embroiled in a controversy over his latest special, "The Closer," in which he made disparaging remarks about the transgender community that raised protests within Netflix and from activists. (Nov. 26)      
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Janina Jefferson murder: Ex-con ex-husband Eric Jones remains on the run 5 years after ambush shooting
Virginia police renewed their pleas for the public’s help catching a murder suspect who has eluded capture for five years following the ambush shooting death of Janina Jefferson in a parking lot outside her job.
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Knicks look completely outmatched in ugly loss to Devin Booker, red-hot Suns
Black Friday boos boomed through the Garden. 
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Stephen Sondheim Tributes Pour In From Stars
Audra McDonald, Bernadette Peters, Andrew Lloyd Webber and others mourned and celebrated the essential composer and lyricist, who died at 91.
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Canada issues weather 'red alert' for British Columbia
Environment Canada has issued its first "red alert" for British Columbia ahead of what officials are characterizing as a dangerous weather system expected to push more atmospheric rivers into the province.
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'Isn't it lovely how artists can capture us?' Stars, fans react to Stephen Sondheim's death
Hugh Jackman, Anna Kendrick, Uzo Aduba, Neil Gaiman and Luis A. Miranda Jr. paid their respects Friday to the esteemed musical theater icon on social media.
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60 Minutes Archive: Stephen Sondheim
Stephen Sondheim, the legendary Broadway composer, has died at 91. In 1988, Diane Sawyer profiled Sondheim for 60 Minutes.
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Friday, with 40 mph gusts, told us to start thinking of wind chill
Fall remains in Washington, but leaves have begun to thin and drop.
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We Screwed Up, This is Really a Three-Dose Vaccine
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyThe two messenger-RNA vaccines for COVID-19 are highly effective. At least early on.But owing to the spread of new and more virulent variants of the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen, the natural tendency of some vaccinations to wane over time and the rushed way countries have administered vaccine doses, the mRNA jabs from Pfizer and Moderna have been getting noticeably less effective lately.Now there’s a consensus forming among experts that the initial two doses of mRNA aren’t enough on their own. A booster shot isn’t just a good idea for a select few with weak immune systems or jobs that expose them to unvaccinated people. Boosters should be standard for everyone.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene Calls for GOP Leaders to Oust 'Traitors' Katko, Kinzinger and Cheney
"This type of sadistic behavior can NOT be tolerated," Greene tweeted. "They must be held accountable for their reprehensible actions."
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'The Five' explain why Democrats will likely lose seats in the 2022 midterm elections
Hosts of "The Five" discussed what steps Democrats would need to take to retain their majority in the Senate and House of Representatives.
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Siblings celebrate Thanksgiving together thanks to adoptive dad
CBS News checks back in with Lamont Thomas and the children he adopted.
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Pelosi, Key Dems Slam McCarthy for GOP's 'Bigoted Rhetoric' After Boebert's Omar Remarks
The Democratic leaders blasted "Leader McCarthy and the entire House Republican Leadership's repeated failure to condemn inflammatory and bigoted rhetoric."
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Unionized workers fight for better pay in post-pandemic economy
"Workers definitely have more labor market leverage because employers need to hire," said one expert.
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Foster dad and adopted kids thankful to be together for holidays
Five young siblings get to spend the holidays together after they were adopted by their foster dad who feared they would be permanently separated. Steve Hartman shares more in "On the Road."
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Fake websites target online holiday shoppers
Fake websites are stealing money from unsuspecting shoppers. Anna Werner shares tips on how to avoid getting scammed.
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Egypt reopens ancient "Avenue of Sphinxes"
Egypt threw an extravagant reopening ceremony for an ancient walkway known as "The Path of God" that had been buried under sand for centuries.
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Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim dies at 91
Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim has died at the age of 91. He is best known for his work on the musicals "Sweeney Todd" and "West Side Story."
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Kellogg's workers strike for seventh week
Pandemic-era labor shortages are giving workers more leverage as they seek better pay and benefits. Union workers are among those demanding change. Mark Strassmann has more.
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Naked man found stabbed to death in gory scene on Brooklyn street
The victim was discovered in front of 303 99th Street in Bay Ridge around 2:50 p.m., according to the NYPD.
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Chrishell Stause, Jason Oppenheim spend Thanksgiving serving meals to the homeless: ‘Tons to be thankful for’
The “All My Children” actress, 40, and real estate tycoon, 44, spent part of their holiday giving back to the Los Angeles community in a big way when the couple volunteered their time to serve hot meals to the homeless at the Los Angeles Mission.
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Shoppers expected to spend $9 billion on Black Friday
The pandemic doesn't seem to be slowing down Black Friday shoppers, who are expected to shop online and in stores at a massive scale. Meg Oliver takes a look.
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Northern storms may impact holiday travel
Storms could mess up holiday travel across the Northeast and Pacific Northwest. CBS New York chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn has the forecast.
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Biden says new COVID variant underscores need for vaccines
The Biden administration is restricting travel from several countries as concerns grow about a new COVID variant. Weijia Jiang reports.
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How Stephen Sondheim changed theater forever — one musical masterpiece at a time
A critic's tribute to Broadway composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim, a master of storytelling in song.
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WHO identifies new COVID variant of concern
The World Health Organization is concerned about a new COVID variant, named Omicron, that was first discovered in South Africa. The news of a new variant rattled investors, leading the Dow to suffer its worst day of the year. Debora Patta has the latest.
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Stephen Sondheim was American theater royalty whose music will stand the test of time
Walk around NYC today and you’ll see just how vital to the city, the country, the world Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim, who died Friday at 91, remained for most of his extraordinary life.
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Charles Moose, Maryland police chief who led DC sniper response, dies at 68
Charles Moose, a former Maryland police chief who led the D.C. sniper investigation in 2002, has died.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, November 26, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News," hosted by Tony Dokoupil.
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Twitter reaction to my Deep State piece shows Dems are docile to Big Government
Twitter is the gold standard for cutting-edge political commentary, at least according to Twitter aficionados. Roughly 20 percent of American adults use Twitter, though the large majority of tweets come from only 10 percent of the users. Because Twitter is tilted left with far more Democrats than Republicans online, it provides an excellent weather vane...
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10 Stephen Sondheim songs we'll never stop listening to
Stephen Sondheim has died at 91. Pop Culture Happy Hour's Linda Holmes looks back on her favorite Sondheim tunes.
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Retail sales surged this Black Friday, though the day's impact is diluted
The day after Thanksgiving drew hefty crowds of shoppers in real life, though it has lost stature as shopping has shifted online and discounts are extended for several days.
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Journalist and Afghan translator giving thanks for reunion on US soil
After a dangerous escape from Afghanistan, a medical student finally reunited with the journalist who desperately fought to get him to the US.
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Alex Ovechkin earns a special fist bump for his hat trick as the Capitals beat the Panthers
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Alex Ovechkin earns a special fist bump for his hat trick as the Capitals beat the Panthers
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These shows are battling to be the next ‘Game of Thrones’
From "The Wheel of Time" to "The Witcher" to "Shadow and Bone," we break down which show is trying to be king — and which are failing.
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Biden gets it (mostly) right on democracy summit
You know you’re doing something right when you draw the ire of the Chinese Communist Party, and President Joe Biden has done just that by inviting Taiwan to be one of 110 delegations to next month’s virtual “Summit for Democracy.” China is mad because it wants the world to continue believing the island nation belongs...
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Maxwell to receive the 'Legend' award at the 2021 Soul Train Awards
Grammy winner Maxwell talks being honored with the 2021 "Legend" award at this year's Soul Train Awards. He also talks about preparing for his new album, "blacksummers'NIGHT," the third and final installment in his trilogy project. The 2021 "Soul Train Awards" presented by BET premieres Sunday, November 28 at 8 PM ET/PT on BET and BET Her. (Nov. 26)      
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World races to contain new Covid threat, the omicron variant
A World Health Organization panel named the variant “omicron” and classified it as a highly transmissible virus of concern, the same category of the delta variant.
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