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Suspected gunman in Southern California High School shooting dies
He was being treated for a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head following the Thursday attack.
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Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin on "The Takeout" - 11/15/19
Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin joined CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett to talk about impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill, his role on the House Judiciary Committee and whistleblowers on this week’s episode of “The Takeout."
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Seton Hall hit with sanctions for Taurean Thompson tampering
The NCAA opted not to extend Seton Hall coach Kevin Willard’s suspension for transfer tampering, but it did hit his school with further penalties. Seton Hall will be docked one scholarship next season, will lose two weeks of recruiting contact time this year and next year, and has been fined $5,000 in addition to one...
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Mason Rudolph won’t press charges on Myles Garrett
Myles Garrett has one less thing to worry about now. The Browns defensive end, already indefinitely suspended by the NFL for whacking Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his own helmet at the end of a testy Thursday night matchup, won’t see any legal ramifications. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Rudolph won’t be taking any...
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Saugus High School shooter dies of injuries
Nathaniel Tennosuke Berhow, 16, succumbed to his injuries at 3:32 pm, authorities said
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Here’s a witness Schiff doesn’t dare call in impeachment hearings
So, Adam Schiff, when can we expect this man to take the stand? Badly undermining Democrats’ impeachment narrative, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko told the press in Kiev on Thursday, “I have never seen a direct relationship between investigations and security assistance.” That is, between the investigations President Trump wanted into 1) Ukrainian interference in...
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Huawei’s Mate X is finally on sale in china, but it’s already sold out
Motorola’s new Razr may be the current star of the folding phone world but Huawei has some big news too: It’s long-delay Mate X has finally gone on sale in China, and it’s already sold out. As a recap, the device features a Kirin 980 chip, 8GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and 5G connectivity, powered by a 4,500 mAh battery and super-quick 55W charging. It’s a bit disappointing the device is using the Kirin 980 instead of the newer 990 at this price, but it’s still a capable chip. The folding display covers an 8-inch diagonal, or a 6.6-inch… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Huawei
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Trump pardons Army officers, restores Navy SEAL's rank, in war crimes cases
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday pardoned two Army officers accused of war crimes in Afghanistan and restored the rank of a Navy SEAL platoon commander who was demoted for actions in Iraq, a move critics have said would undermine military justice and send a message that battlefield atrocities will be tolerated.
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'The Mandalorian' chapter 2 is a perfect little Star Wars poem
The six-hour movie continues, and we like where it's going.  Having set out its stall with a cinematic first chapter that disregarded the normal structure of TV episodes and ended with a stunning character introduction out of left field, The Mandalorian continued defying convention with a mostly silent, simple and (dare we say) artsy chapter 2, released on Disney+ Friday. If like me you've been haunted all week by the perfect closing shot of chapter 1 — the Mandalorian, having just shot his temporary partner IG-11, lifting a finger out to touch the finger of Baby Yoda like a confused version of God with Adam — then you were no doubt delighted to find chapter 2 offered plenty of that mood.  Read more...More about The Mandalorian, Entertainment, and Star Wars
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Why Democrats still need secret hearings
Americans just got a great example of why Democrats are forcing witnesses to testify in secret before showcasing them before a national audience. On Friday, Marie Yovanovitch, the former ambassador to Ukraine who was removed by President Trump, appeared at the House’s latest public hearing for their impeachment inquiry. Under questioning from the Republicans’ lawyer,...
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House Ethics Committee warns lawmakers about access to secure areas after GOP members' intrusion
The House Ethics Committee has sent a memo to members of Congress and their staffers about how to conduct themselves in secure areas, weeks after around two dozen Republican lawmakers barged into a closed-door deposition with a State Department official, part of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
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Trump accused of witness intimidation during impeachment hearing
President Trump is accused of witness intimidation and now faces another possible impeachment charge. He attacked Marie Yovanovitch on Twitter while she was testifying. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Trump ignores Pentagon and intervenes in military war crimes cases
President Donald Trump intervened Friday in three high profile military criminal cases involving war crimes, a decision that ignored the strong advice of Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and many of his most senior commanders.
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Marie Yovanovitch testimony offers no impeachment evidence
Friday’s impeachment show again focused on making President Trump look bad — not on providing evidence of any impeachable offense. Marie Yovanovitch was already the former US ambassador to Ukraine when Democrats claim Trump’s “bribery” occurred. All she could testify to was the way she was fired — which the president had every right to...
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Elizabeth Warren Says ‘Medicare for All’ Rollout Process Will Take 3 Years
The timeline acknowledges how tough it will be to shift to a system of government-run health care
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Trump just overruled his top military officials in controversial war crimes pardons
REUTERS/Leah Millis President Donald Trump on Friday evening absolved three US service members who were either convicted or were still facing trial of war crimes. Trump signed an executive order to grant clemency to US Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance and Maj. Mathew Golsteyn. Trump also restored the rank of Edward Gallagher, a Navy SEAL who was demoted after a military trial found him guilty of posing in a picture with the corpse of an Islamic State militant. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. President Donald Trump on Friday evening absolved three US service members who were either convicted or were still facing trial of war crimes. Trump signed an executive order to grant clemency to US Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance, who was convicted of ordering soldiers to engage three unarmed Afghan men on a motorcycle, killing two of them in July 2012. Lorance served six years of his 19-year sentence.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A podiatrist explains heel spurs, the medical condition Trump said earned him a medical deferment from VietnamSee Also:With the US Army's new mixed reality heads-up display, soldiers can exit any vehicle knowing exactly where their enemies areTrump used his Veterans Day speech to honor Gold Star families, even though he's publicly feuded with themTrump plan to save Syria's oil is shaping up to be a public-relations dumpster fireSEE ALSO: Military leaders are worried that Trump pardoning troops accused of war crimes will impair the justice system and undermine overseas bases
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Obama Says Average American Doesn’t Want to ‘Tear Down System’
Former President Barack Obama, in an address to liberal donors, warned candidates not to go too far left and sought to calm those who were concerned about the state of the Democratic primary.
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An insane rent ‘solution’
A commercial rent-regulation bill introduced in the looney-leftist City Council this week is so out of touch with reality that one can only wonder why voters elect politicians so opposed to their best interests. It’s a warning that the Big Apple’s commercial future is bleak unless more sober-minded pols push back ruthlessly and relentlessly against...
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I Served in the Army. Trump’s War Crimes Decisions Are Not Pro-Military.
By intervening, the president undermines the moral standing of the armed forces.
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‘Top Chef’ alum Marcel Vigneron marries Lauren Rae Levy
“Top Chef” alum Marcel Vigneron married Lauren Rae Levy at Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Santa Susana, Calif.
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Democrats make their case for impeachment
House Democrats tried to bolster their impeachment case against President Trump Friday during the testimony of former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. Lawmakers said the president attempted to bribe Ukraine's leader to investigate his possible 2020 opponent Joe Biden. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman, CBSN political contributor Molly Hooper, and professor at Loyola Law School Jessica Levinson joined CBSN to discuss the legal case Democrats must make to remove the president from office.
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Majority of NFL teams set to see Colin Kaepernick workout
Colin Kaepernick’s audition is almost here. More than 24 teams are expected to be represented at a private workout session with Kaepernick on Saturday at the Falcons’ facility outside Atlanta. The Jets and Giants are both set to attend. The 32-year-old quarterback hasn’t played in the NFL since 2016, the season in which he began...
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Cautionary Tales: a new podcast that tells the intriguing stories of historical "mishaps, fiascos and disasters"
Economist, author, podcaster and radio presenter Tim Harford (previously) has a fantastic new podcast: Cautionary Tales, which Tim describes as "Eight stories of mishaps, fiascos and disasters - served with a twist of nerdy social science." I've just listened to the second episode, The Rogue Dressed As a Captain (MP3), which uses the story of the amazing con artist Wilhelm Voigt as a jumping off point for understanding the nuance of Hannah Arendt's "Eichmann in Jerusalem," the Milgram obedience experiment, and the way that frauds and cons work. The episodes feature full-cast dramatizations bookended by Harford's explanatory interludes -- they're really well done! Cautionary Tales [Tim Harford] (Thanks, Tim!) Read the rest
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Only 18 TV shows received a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes this year — here they are
NBC Rotten Tomatoes published a list of 104 TV shows beloved by critics, earning them a perfect 100% rating. Only 18 shows on the list premiered in 2019, so let's see what the best series of the year were.  NBC's "The Good Place," HBO's "Los Espookys" and "A Black Lady Sketch Show," plus Amazon Prime's "Fleabag" are among the top series. The list also includes Netflix's "Tuca and Bertie" and "One Day at a Time," which were both cancelled this year. Keep reading to see the full list.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Rotten Tomatoes keeps a running list of the top television shows of all time based on critics' scores. Eighteen of the "Certified Fresh" series with 100% ratings premiered in 2019. From NBC sitcoms like "The Good Place" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" to the final season of "Jane the Virgin," we've rounded up all the best shows of the year according to critics. Keep scrolling to see the 18 shows that received a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes this year."Better Things" (season three) FX Synopsis: "A single mom struggles to raise three girls while trying to maintain her career as an actor." Number of reviews: 31 Critics' Consensus: Pamela Adlon fully asserts her authorial voice over "Better Things" in a triumphant third season that examines the exhaustion of motherhood with exhilarating artistry. Where to watch it: Hulu, FX       "Big Mouth" (season three) Netflix Synopsis: "Growth spurts, or the lack of it, add to the usual tensions faced daily by the middle schoolers of 'Big Mouth.'"  Number of reviews: 24 Critics' Consensus: Like the characters at its center, "Big Mouth's" third season continues to grow, taking on complicated new issues with the same gross-but-utterly-empathetic eye that made it so lovable in the first place. Where to watch it: Netflix     "A Black Lady Sketch Show" (season one) Anne Marie Fox/HBO Synopsis: "'A Black Lady Sketch Show' is a narrative series set in a limitless magical reality full of dynamic, hilarious characters and celebrity guests. The show presents sketches performed by a core cast of black women, including Robin Thede, Ashley Nicole Black, Gabrielle Dennis and Quinta Brunson." Number of reviews: 20 Critics' Consensus: Singular, subversive, and simply hilarious, "A Black Lady Sketch Show" finds universal humor in specific spaces to craft quick-witted sketches that perfectly showcase Robin Thede and her talented cast. Where to watch it: HBO Now   See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The 10 most-binged shows on Netflix in 2019, so far7 great movies you can watch on Netflix this weekendThe 26 most iconic royal fashion moments from the past decade
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Justice Department watchdog moves to reassure witnesses on Russia investigation report
A forthcoming Justice Department inspector general's report into the FBI's handling of the Russia probe is already drawing criticism, weeks before its expected completion, amid concerns that witnesses wouldn't be given sufficient time to review the document before its release.
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Disney+ will fix its 'Simpsons' widescreen problem in 2020
As soon as Disney+ launched, fans of The Simpsons noticed a big problem. In a repeat of an issue that occurred when FXX started playing old episodes a few years ago, someone made the decision to crop and zoom older 4x3 aspect ratio episodes to fill o...
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Why Roger Goodell and Jay-Z Want Colin Kaepernick to Get a Shot
The former 49ers quarterback will show off his talents in Georgia on Saturday. The commissioner and Jay-Z, the music star who became an N.F.L. ally, had a lot to gain by arranging the tryout.
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Matt Berry’s ‘Toast of London’ is coming to late-night TV
Fans of actor/comedian Matt Berry can rejoice — his BAFTA-winning British comedy series, “Toast of London,” arrives on IFC’s “Slightly Off” late-night programming slate Dec. 4. IFC is using “Toast of London” as a runup, of sorts, to “Year of the Rabbit,” Berry’s Victorian-era London-based detective comedy that premieres next year on the network. It’s...
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Flocks of ‘Intimidating’ Wild Turkeys Ruffle Feathers, Menace Residents in New Jersey Retirement Community
"They peck at people’s cars; you can’t get out the door sometimes," one resident said
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Bill Gates just overtook Jeff Bezos to reclaim his spot as world's richest person
AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates regained his status as the world's richest person for the first time in two years on Friday, topping Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Bloomberg reported. Shares landed Gates' net worth at $110 billion, while Bezos is at $108.7 billion. Gates' rise in the rankings may have been helped, in part, by the Pentagon signing a $10 billion cloud-computing contract with Microsoft instead of Amazon. The October 25, deal prompted a surge in Microsoft shares while Amazon's stock plummeted by about 2% after the announcement. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates regained his status as the world's richest person for the first time in two years on Friday, topping Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Bloomberg reported. The Bloomberg Billionaire Index that tracks the wealth of the richest 500 people is updated after US markets close, so Gates briefly had the upper hand last month after Amazon posted a profit drop, but the company's shares "pared the decline," according to the Bloomberg report.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Traditional Japanese swords can take over 18 months to create — here's what makes them so specialSee Also:Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have both proposed taxes on the ultra-wealthy. Here's how much poorer America's 10 wealthiest billionaires would be under a moderate wealth tax.15 people who became billionaires in 2019 — and 14 who lost their status in the three-comma clubMeet Zhang Yiming, the secretive, 35-year-old Chinese billionaire behind TikTok who made over $12 billion in 2018SEE ALSO: Bill and Melinda Gates are backing an 'unsinkable' metal that could be used to build ships or floating cities
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Report: Carmelo Anthony Won't Make Trail Blazers Debut Monday vs. Rockets
Carmelo Anthony will not make his debut with the Portland Trail Blazers until Tuesday against the New Orleans Pelicans at the earliest, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski ...
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An LA-based artist makes sculptures that reflect to infinity
Anthony James, a Los Angeles artist, created a sculpture series called "Portal Icosahedron." Icosahedron are geometric globes made up of 20 identical triangular faces. James began the "Portal Icosahedron" series in 2011, and the sculptures have been showcased all over the world in cities including LA, London, and Seattle. Most recently, James' series was included in the Crystals in Art exhibit at the Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas, where it will be on display until January 2020. Visit insider.com for more stories. See Also:People pay $500 for these custom cannabis-infused mealsCreating fake neon signs with spray paintColor-changing furniture pieces are painted by hand
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Report: Steelers' Mason Rudolph Won't Take Legal Action Against Myles Garrett
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph reportedly won't take legal action against Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett for his actions during the altercation between the teams during Thursday's game...
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Barr says avalanche of subpoenas is meant to 'incapacitate the executive branch'
Attorney General William Barr on Friday defended presidential power and slammed progressives' "breathless attacks on the unitary executive theory," in a fiery speech to the conservative Federalist Society.
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Barr slams Democrats and courts: Avalanche of subpoenas is designed to 'incapacitate the executive branch'
Attorney General William Barr on Friday defended presidential power and slammed progressives' "breathless attacks on the unitary executive theory," in a fiery speech to the conservative Federalist Society.
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White House blames NSC aide for discrepancy between readout and new transcript of Trump-Zelensky April call
The White House placed the responsibility on the top Ukraine expert at the National Security Council on Friday after being asked about the discrepancy between the April readout of President Donald Trump's phone call with the Ukrainian President and the transcript released Friday.
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Myles Garrett Made It Easy for the NFL
The league usually hems and haws over suspensions. It didn’t need to this time.
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Around Milos, Swimming the Aegean Sea
One writer explores the Greek island, discovering not just volcanic caves or ancient ruins but also a deeper connection to the past.
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Trump dismisses murder charge against Green Beret, pardons Army officer
"Our family is profoundly grateful for the president’s action," said Maj. Matt Golsteyn. "We have lived in constant fear of this runaway prosecution."
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Review: ‘Dollface’ Aims for #Squadgoals but Comes Up Short
Kat Dennings stars as a woman negotiating a breakup, neglected friendships and the occasional advice-giving, bus-driving cat.
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Colin Kaepernick Rumors: Jay-Z Wanted Workout After Taking 'Reputational Bullet'
Free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick will work out in front of no fewer than 24 NFL teams in Atlanta on Saturday, according to ESPN ...
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LeBron James compared himself to Tom Brady after being asked how he wants to end his career
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports LeBron James doesn't plan on retiring any time soon. Asked about his plans for the final years of his career, James said he didn't have any at the moment, and compared himself to Tom Brady, saying both would likely play as long as they possibly could. James said in the past that his ultimate goal is to stay in the league long enough to play with his son, Bronny James. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. LeBron James doesn't plan on leaving the NBA any time soon. With Carmelo Anthony returning to the league at age 35 after signing with the Portland Trail Blazers, James was asked if he had made any plans regarding how he'd like to end his career.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:The Knicks' latest loss was so bad that the front office apologized to fans for an abysmal start to the seasonTop athletes and their furry friends: the 58 best pets in the world of sportsKawhi Leonard's latest rest day in a high-profile game shows the NBA has a problem that's not going away soon
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CNBC: T-Mobile CEO John Legere won't be the next WeWork CEO
Earlier this week T-Mobile CEO John Legere's name popped up as a possibility to take over the top spot at WeWork after its failed IPO and ouster of co-founder Adam Neumann. However, subsequent rumors clarified that he was just one of the potential re...
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Prince Andrew Says He ‘Let the Side Down’ When He Stayed With Jeffrey Epstein
The Duke of York told the BBC that his 2010 visit to Mr. Epstein’s Manhattan mansion was unbecoming for a member of Britain’s royal family.
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Waters Close Over Venice
Rapacious investment in tourism will destroy the fabled city.
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House Ethics Committee extends investigations into Tlaib and 3 other lawmakers
The House Ethics Committee released updates on their investigations into four lawmakers on Thursday, including a high-profile freshman Democratic lawmaker and a Republican lawmaker who they revealed is under investigation by the Department of Justice.
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Prince Andrew says he has "no recollection" of meeting accuser
Virginia Roberts Giuffre says she had sex with the royal three times at Jeffrey Epstein's properties
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