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Dr. Oz Joins a Robust List of Nutso Senate Races Already Underway
Welcome to the Battle for America’s Senate Soul 2022.
Stephen Sondheim Didn’t Just Change Musicals Forever
He also helped introduce the U.S. to a new kind of crossword
Michigan shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley's parents arrested in Detroit after manhunt
The parents of Michigan school shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley were taken into custody in Saturday's predawn hours after an extensive manhunt for the couple, who had failed to appear for their arraignment Friday.
Militants kill at least 31 in central Mali, say local authorities
Militants killed at least 31 people in central Mali on Friday when they fired on a bus ferrying people to a local market, local authorities said -- the latest deadly attack in a region racked by violent insurgency.
Joel Osteen’s Houston church had $600K inside wall from 2014 robbery, plumber claims
A Texas plumber was stunned when he found nearly 500 envelopes full of cash inside of Lakewood Church in Houston, where Joel Osteen is the pastor.
Border Patrol agents rarely removed or terminated for wrongdoing, according to internal report
A new federal report reveals Border Patrol agents rarely get harsh discipline for misconduct. More than 200 agents were arrested last year.
A Black job applicant is suing over hair discrimination, but the company says it was a misunderstanding
A Black job applicant suing an employer over hair discrimination is demanding an apology and policy change -- but the company said it was a misunderstanding.
Here are the travel restrictions across Central and South America due to COVID-19
Thinking about making a trip to Central or South America soon? You may want to get familiar with the countries' COVID-19 travel restrictions.
She was 'meant to be a mom.' Her death might save the lives of pregnant mothers in her area.
Lexi Poindexter was a vibrant and caring mother whose death after childbirth crashed through her community like a tidal wave. It also sparked change.
D.C.-area forecast: Temperatures see saw the next few days ahead of a stronger cold front early week
Warmer days are today and Monday. We run into a more sustained cool-down by Tuesday.
In the Michigan Shooting, What Is the School’s Responsibility?
Oxford High School let Ethan Crumbley back into a classroom despite concerns about his behavior. Now, legal experts are asking why — and whether officials should be held accountable.
Has Russia Beaten the U.S. in the Hypersonic Missiles Race?
Amid a Russian buildup by Ukraine, there is both concern and doubt at Russia's claims about its hypersonic missile capabilities.
Donald Trump's Post-Election Fury Prompted a Warning from His General
In this daily series, Newsweek explores the steps that led to the January 6 Capitol Riot.
Michigan DA Karen McDonald slammed for announcing Crumbley charges at media event -- long before arrests
The Michigan sheriff at the center of the investigation into Tuesday’s deadly Oxford High School shooting said Friday night he was blindsided earlier in the day when the county prosecutor held a news conference announcing charges against James and Jennifer Crumbley, parents of the teenage suspect in the case.
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Germany's Social Democrats set to approve government deal
The center-left party of German Chancellor-designate Olaf Scholz is meeting to decide whether to approve a deal to form a new government with environmentalist and pro-business parties
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Magnitude 3.5 earthquake strikes near Calexico, Calif.
A magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported at 1:20 a.m. Saturday 11 miles from Calexico, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
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Parents of Mich. school-shooting suspect in custody as police investigate possible accomplice
The pair “did not break in” to the building where they were found, but “were aided,” Detroit police said.
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All you need to know about the latest Omicron travel restrictions
More and more countries have introduced travel bans, Germany has gone into national lockdown, but in Asia-Pacific, Fiji has opened to tourism. Here are the latest travel developments this week
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We know who is attacking us and we know how to get even, says Israel's cyber defense chief
On a nondescript office park in the desert town of Be'er Sheva, a "war room" filled with screens showing various maps, rolling information, and graphics inform around a dozen or so staffers, manning computers at the central heart of Israel's civilian cyber defense system.
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Can Small Nuclear Reactors Really Help The Climate?
Much of the world has been turning away from nuclear power, with its aging plants, legacy of meltdowns and radioactive waste. But some governments, big companies and billionaires including Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are convinced the technology can help save the planet. Unlike wind and solar sources, nuclear power can be switched on and off at any time, and without the planet-warming emissions produced by gas and coal. Investments of hundreds of millions of dollars are going toward a new gene
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Is India Banning Cryptocurrency? How Can It Do That?
India is one of the world’s fastest-growing markets for cryptocurrency trading, even though the ability to trade Bitcoin and its peers freely and anonymously undermines the country’s limits on the convertibility of its currency, the rupee. The central bank is clear that it wants all private cryptocurrencies banned while it creates an official digital currency. The government, however, is open to exceptions to promote blockchain technology. Amid these competing goals, Prime Minister Narendra Modi
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How Science Links Global Warming to Extreme Weather
As long as climate change has been a topic of public discussion, one question has been whether a warming globe makes extreme weather events worse. A new branch of science has emerged in the past few years that finally can offer some answers. Although precise connections between warming trends and extreme weather aren’t completely understood, this growing field of study connects climate change and greater risks of deadly hurricanes, typhoons, rainstorms, wildfires, heat and even cold.
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Couple that died of extreme heat on hike were trying to save their baby, probe finds
The couple found dead on a California hiking trail over the summer tried to save their 1-year-old daughter before all three died to extreme heat as temperatures soared to 109 degrees.
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Mega Millions Numbers for 12/03/21: Did Anyone Win $112 Million?
A top cash prize option of $81.9 million was on offer on Friday but did anyone take home the big one?
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New Zealand cricketer Ajaz Patel takes all 10 wickets against India
New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel became only the third bowler to pick up all 10 wickets in an innings in international cricket, achieving the feat against India in the second test at the Wankhede Stadium.
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Exclusive: A 13-year-old girl's murder over two decades ago haunted NYPD detectives. Here's how they finally cracked open the cold case
The NYPD's Bronx Homicide Squad began to reexamine the 1999 death of Minerliz Soriano in February 2018 and granted CNN rare access to their efforts. What emerged was a case that showed how science and old-fashioned detective work could provide justice for the "sweet" 13-year-old girl who wrote poems in her journals about love, rainbows and the stars.
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Baylor vs. Oklahoma State Big 12 championship game: Live stream, time, date, odds, how to watch
Oklahoma State takes on Baylor with a chance to earn its first Big 12 title in 10 years and possibly lock up a spot in the College Football Playoff.       
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Parents of Oxford School Shooting Suspect Arrested After Evading Custody
The Oakland County sheriff strongly criticized the county's prosecutor after the couple evaded custody.
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Margaux Pinot: 'I thought I was dead,' says French judoka as partner released over domestic violence accusations
Margaux Pinot, a judoka with the French national team, plans to appeal a decision by a Paris court to not pursue a conviction against her partner, whom she accuses of domestic abuse, her lawyer Rachid Madid told CNN on Friday.
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Colorado cops slammed for tweet of Santa getting his concealed carry permit
The picture showed a white-haired and bearded Kris Kringle wearing a Christmas-themed shirt as he sat with a staff member of the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office.
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Ex-Yankee Masahiro Tanaka will pitch again in Japan next year
The Yankees need another starting pitcher, but there will be no reunion with Masahiro Tanaka, as the right-hander has decided to remain in Japan for another season with Rakuten.
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Parents of the Michigan school shooting suspect have been captured
Authorities had been searching for James and Jennifer Crumbley since Friday afternoon, after a prosecutor filed involuntary manslaughter charges against them. Their son is charged with murder.
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LeBron James was 'frustrated, angry' when placed in NBA's COVID protocols
Lakers star LeBron James voices his frustration over being placed in the NBA's COVID protocols even though he supports the league's safety rules.
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Knicks’ Scott Perry emerging as candidate to fill Blazers’ president opening
Knicks general manager Scott Perry already has emerged as a candidate to replace fired Trail Blazers president of basketball operations Neil Olshey.
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New Giant Jake Fromm will be get up-close look at Tua Tagovailoa again
New Giants quarterback Jake Fromm will see a familiar foe Tua Tagovailoa on the opposing sidelines when Big Blue face the Dolphins.
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Tori Spelling says she plans to replace breast implants after 20 years: 'I need a lift'
"Beverly Hills, 90210" alum Tori Spelling said that she is planning on replacing her breast implants after the new year.
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How to tell if it's time for a 'sleep divorce'
If your partner is keeping you from getting a solid night's sleep, it might be time for a "sleep divorce." Here's what to consider before choosing to sleep in separate bedrooms.
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Parents of Michigan school shooting suspect arrested after manhunt
James and Jennifer Crumbley, charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter, failed to appear at arraignment and were declared fugitives, before they were captured in Detroit early Saturday.
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Madonna gets apology from 50 Cent over mocking Instagram photos
"Frozen" singer Madonna received an apology from "Raising Kanan" producer 50 Cent over his comments on her social media posts, which reportedly saw him compare the pictures to "The Wizard of Oz."
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Parents of Michigan Shooting Suspect Arrested, Police Say
The couple were charged after officials said their son carried out the shootings using a handgun his parents had bought for him.
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Pope laments church divisions in Cyprus
Pope Francis met Friday with the leader of Cyprus' Greek Orthodox Church and pointed to works of charity as a means to help heal the rift between Catholic West and Orthodox East (Dec. 3)      
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LeBron James return ends in loss after ‘frustrating’ COVID experience
LeBron James returned from a frustrating stint in the NBA's health and safety protocols just in time for yet another frustrating loss for the Los Angeles Lakers.
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LFA 119: Clayton Carpenter lands brutal 13-second head kick KO
Clayton Carpenter wasted no time bringing the violence Friday night at LFA 119.       Related StoriesLFA 119: Clayton Carpenter lands brutal 13-second head kick KO - EnclosureLFA 119 results: Josh Silveira cruises to middleweight title to become double champLFA 119 results: Josh Silveira cruises to middleweight title to become double champ - Enclosure 
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San Diego Cathedral runs past Orange Lutheran for bowl win
Lucky Sutton rushed 435 yards rushing in 27 carries and had seven touchdowns in leading San Diego Cathedral to the Division 1-AA regional bowl win.
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Fugitive parents of suspected Oxford High School shooter found in Detroit
The parents of the Michigan teen who allegedly shot up Oxford High School school earlier this week were found early Saturday in the basement of a Detroit building following a manhunt.
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Italian man tried to use fake arm to avoid COVID vaccination: report
An Italian man has been reported to police for fraud after allegedly trying to pass off a silicon mold as his arm so he could get a vaccination card without actually getting a shot, according to reports.
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Parents of alleged school shooter taken into custody
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When Porn Consent Goes Horribly Wrong
Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily BeastI’d already done everything—double this, triple that—all with a giggle and a smile. I made it look easy and fun. That was my job as an adult actress but staying at the top in porn means being ready to level up. BDSM was the new trend and the next boundary to push. If you were in porn and wanted to keep working you didn’t say no to these companies.Before the #MeToo movement, consent was rarely discussed on porn sets—it was assumed. I’d show up with a fresh HIV/STD test less than 14 days old, a suitcase full of lingerie, lube and stilettos, and that was it. My presence implied consent. Signing a model release, giving up all rights to future profits for a flat day rate (also not optional), further proved it.BDSM sets were different. Consent wasn’t an assumption; it was a discussion. That went doubly for people like me—outsiders hired to act in this niche erotic hemisphere to film the kind of exchanges that actually happened between kinky people in real life (unlike porn sex—all stunts and acrobatics). The objects and methods of torture were discussed, in some cases before the scene was booked, and again before the consent was explicitly established. Read more at The Daily Beast.
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