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Sean McVay’s one regret about Rams’ Matthew Stafford-Jared Goff trade
Although the Rams are enjoying the fruits of the Matthew Stafford-Jared Goff deal, Sean McVay wishes he had handled things differently.
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U.S. Tells Russia to Return Crimea to Ukraine, Stop Cyber Attacks on America and Allies
"U.S. support for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity is unwavering," said U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
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Hidden door found in floor of hotel room that leads to crawl space
Addison Cassel posted a video to TikTok showing the door and what was beneath
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Tori Spelling livid outside of lawyer’s office amid custody, assets talks
The actress carried a notepad that revealed a discussion about "custody," "support" and "assets" was on the agenda for her Monday afternoon meeting.
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Twitter temporarily suspends media watchdog over critical vaccinations tweet
Twitter suspended a conservative media watchdog Monday after it deemed he had sent an abusive message criticizing a former Biden official's opinion on vaccinations.
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Facebook Settles U.S. Claims That It Reserved Jobs for Foreigners With Temporary H-1B Visas
The company agreed to pay as much as $14.3 million in separate settlement agreements
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Rep. Andy Harris, a doctor, says he’s prescribed ivermectin as a covid-19 treatment
The Republican congressman from Maryland made the comments last month about the unproven treatment while co-hosting a radio program.
Great gaming chairs under $200
Boot up with these comfortable, good-looking gaming chairs under $200 from Amazon​, Staples​, Wayfair​ and more
NBA 2021-22: 10 things to follow throughout the season
In the opening seconds of Stephen Curry’s NBA career he got an assist on the first possession, a steal on the second and then tried a 3-pointer for the first time at the professional level.
DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas tests positive for COVID-19
Mayorkas is fully vaccinated and is only experiencing minor congestion, a spokesperson said.
Woman ends up half-naked on floor after epic ‘Dirty Dancing’ fail
Nobody puts baby on the ground in just her underwear.
The 2022 Winter Olympics are less than four months away. Here’s what to know.
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D.C.’s Woodrow Wilson High School will be renamed. But who should it be named for?
The mayor suggested naming the school for playwright August Wilson, but some council members want a name that more clearly signals change.
White House minimizes supply chain crisis as ‘tragedy of the treadmill’
Psaki said the administration is working to alleviate the bottleneck at the ports and to get manufacturing sites up and running again.
What to buy from the Nordstrom holiday gift guide
Save some time and shop the best apparel, home goods and beauty buys straight from Nordstrom's holiday gift guide.
Fill-ins lead first-place, unrattled Cards & Raiders to wins
The first-place Arizona Cardinals and Las Vegas Raiders each conquered pestilence and hardship as longtime assistants rallied their resilient teams to road victories in Week 6.
Mike Solan: Liberal Seattle leaders 'want to cancel police unions'
President of the Seattle Police Guild Mike Solan told "The Faulkner Focus" Tuesday why his union members are pushing back on the vaccine mandate for officers, warning about how many cops are leaving the ranks.
Doctor Says Half-Dozen Unvaccinated COVID Patients Have Had Miscarriage or Stillbirth
"It's absolutely heartbreaking to tell a mom that she will never get to hold her living child," said Dr. Cheree Melton, a family medicine physician.
Travis Tritt cancels shows at venues that require COVID-19 vaccines, negative tests, masks
"I'm putting my money where my mouth is," country music artist Travis Tritt announced Monday. Four of his upcoming shows are now canceled.
'It was fun': Packers QB Aaron Rodgers doesn't regret 'I still own you' troll against Bears fans
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers went viral for taunting Chicago Bears fans by telling them: "I still own you." He doesn't regret a single word.
Why Biden won’t tell you where the record number of illegal immigrants in the US are going
The New York Post confirmed this week what the Biden administration is quietly ushering in near-record numbers of illegal immigrants, even as it claims to be enforcing the border.
Travis Barker proposed to Kourtney Kardashian with engagement ring estimated at $1M valuation
Travis Barker proposed to the Poosh founder during a romantic beach dinner date on Sunday, popping the question with an enormous diamond ring.
Netflix Walkout Organizers Recruit Celebrities, Prepare List of Demands for Ted Sarandos
Angelica Ross, Jonathan Von Ness, and Jameela Jamil are among the celebrities who have teamed up with walkout organizers.
Maryland loses WR Jeshaun Jones and LB Durell Nchami to season-ending injuries
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Kelly Bensimon claims she made Bethenny Frankel feel ‘insecure’
The "Real Housewives of New York City" alum claimed that her friendship with Frankel was doomed from the start, even before she joined Season 2.
Unvaccinated L.A. city employees could get until mid-December to get their shots
City workers who aren't vaccinated for COVID-19 or declared they'll seek an exemption can have more time to get the shots under L.A. officials' plan.
Philadelphia train passengers who witnessed rape held up phones during attack, but did not call 911: cops
The passengers who did nothing while a homeless man raped a woman on a commuter train outside Philadelphia may have also recorded the vile attack on their cellphones instead of calling for help, authorities said.
Aaron Boone — ‘part of the solution, not a problem’ — will return as Yankees manager
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Tom Cotton: Biden admin trying to hide the consequences of disastrous open border policies
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., told 'America Reports' Tuesday that the Biden administration is attempting to 'hide the consequences' of the presidents' open border poly because they know it is a 'political disaster.'
The pandemic intensified hunger in the D.C. region. Now, there’s a push to end it for good.
Local governments are strategizing ways to keep up food distribution and expand food access long-term as federal aid programs wind down.
127 Washington State Patrol Employees Out of Job Over Vaccine Mandate
Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste thanked the employees that stayed with the agency following the state's vaccine mandate deadline.
FDA approval of COVID booster shots could potentially help immunocompromised Americans
The Food and Drug Administration is reportedly close to approving "mixing and matching" COVID booster shots. CBS News' Skyler Henry reports that people could soon get a different shot than the one they originally received and Dr. Theodore Strange, chair of medicine at Staten Island University Hospital in New York City, joined CBSN to discuss what this means, especially for immunocompromised Americans.
Nets vs. Bucks Live Stream: How To Watch The Bucks-Nets Game Live on TNT
It's an Eastern Conference Semifinals rematch as the Nets and Bucks meet on TNT.
Facebook to pay $14 million to settle claims it discriminated against US workers
Facebook will have to pay more than $14 million to settle a case that alleged US workers were denied employment because it reserved jobs for foreign workers with temporary visas in 2018 and 2019, the Justice Department said Tuesday.
Human bone found in vehicle connected to 20-year-old missing persons cold case in Ohio
20 years after the disappearance of a mother and her two children, the vehicle they were last seen in has been found, with human remains inside.
Browns' Mayfield expects to play despite shoulder injury
Baker Mayfield wants to tough it out.
Zillow is pressing pause on its program that buys homes, citing industry shortages
The company won't sign any new contracts to purchase homes for renovation and resale through the end of 2021. But it will complete purchases that are already under contract.
Thomas Markle says he doesn’t want to have to sue Meghan, Harry to see grandkids
"People have suggested in California I could sue to see my grandkids. But I think if I did that I'd be doing the same thing Meghan and Harry are doing."
How Jordyn Woods helped Karl-Anthony Towns with losing 8 relatives to COVID
"I leaned on her because she's one of the only people who actually know how I was feeling," Towns said of Woods, who lost her dad to cancer in 2017.
Why large age gaps in marriages are declining
A while ago, my friend told me a 30-year-old friend of ours was engaged to marry a 50-year-old.
After upset of record-setting Loopy Godinez, Luana Carolina wants a full camp
Take a look inside Luana Carolina's win over Loopy Godinez at UFC Fight Night 195 in Las Vegas.      Related StoriesEven Danny Roberts was confused by that 30-27 score against Ramazan EmeevBruno Silva was focused on a finish after third low blow from Andrew SanchezManon Fiorot not happy she couldn't finish Mayra Bueno Silva at UFC Fight Night 195
The NBA at 75: From a very modest beginning, to a behemoth
It started in 1946 with 11 teams and 160 players. The shot clock was nearly a decade away, the 3-point line was a couple generations away. Buildings were smaller. So were the players. And it wasn’t even called the National Basketball Association.
'Upsetting and disturbing': Katie Couric on Matt Lauer revelations
Katie Couric returned to "Today" promoting her new memoir, "Going There." She discussed her relationship with former co-anchor Matt Lauer, who was fired after complaints of "inappropriate sexual behavior."
L.A. City Council president seeks to suspend Ridley-Thomas following indictment
L.A. City Council President Nury Martinez introduces a motion to suspend Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas, who was indicted last week on bribery charges.
Terrifying 'Invasion' in new sci-fi series
Shamier Anderson is part of an international cast in the Apple TV+ show about the global reaction to an extraterrestrial invasion. David Daniel has a look.
Katie Couric denies sabotaging female reporters, but says it's 'hard to be generous'
Journalist Katie Couric returned to NBC's "Today," where she spent 15 years as a morning anchor, to respond Tuesday to controversies surrounding her new memoir, such as how she didn't trust some of her fellow female journalists.
Homeland Security secretary tests positive for Covid-19
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who is vaccinated, tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday morning, according to department spokesperson Marsha Espinosa.
Gal Gadot reveals shocking Joss Whedon behavior on ‘Justice League’ set
Gal Gadot has broken her silence about controversial director Joss Whedon, alleging the "Justice League" set was anything but wonderful.