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Stephen Curry scores 45, Warriors hold off Clippers 115-113

Stephen Curry raised his arms, waved to acknowledge the adoring fans as shot after shot dropped through the net and screamed in celebration — no trash about it.
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Yankees release Chris Gittens ahead of big Luke Voit decision
As the Yankees near MLB’s Tuesday night deadline to tender offers for arbitration-eligible players, they have just one first baseman on their 40-man roster: Luke Voit. And they’ll have to decide whether to offer Luke Voit a new contract or release him. Luke Voit The lack of depth at the position is a result, also,...
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Texas man who got over $1M in COVID funds and bought Lamborghini gets long prison sentence
A Houston man has been sentenced to more than nine years in prison after he was accused of using federal COVID-19 relief funding on a Lamborghini, a Rolex watch and trips to strip clubs, federal prosecutors said.
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Georgia furniture store owner frustrated with supply chain crisis, sends message to 'Uncle Joe' Biden
Small business owners Ashley Brown and Ruel Joyner said Tuesday that they are being negatively affected by the supply chain crisis.
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Jennifer Aniston, Gabrielle Union cast in ‘The Facts of Life’ reboot
Jennifer Aniston is returning to network television — for one night only. The beloved actress will recreate episodes of the classic sitcom “The Facts of Life” for a 90-minute special set to air on ABC Dec. 7. It will be available on Hulu the following day. Aniston will play private school girl Blair Warner in...
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Noel King Joins Vox’s Today, Explained as Co-Host and Editorial Director
Vox’s flagship daily news podcast will also air on local public radio stations nationwide, in partnership with WNYC Studios. Vox VPs Allison Rockey and Liz Kelly Nelson today announced that broadcast journalist Noel King is joining Today, Explained, the network’s flagship daily news podcast, as co-host and editorial director. In addition to hosting the show that tackles domestic policy, the Fyre Festival of vaccine rollouts, falling in love with a bot, and everything in between, with Vox’s singular approach to explanatory journalism (and an original song from time to time), King will help set its direction on a new chapter of growth, developing special series, reporting ambitious stories, and more. King will partner with Today, Explained co-host and Vox Audio creative director Sean Rameswaram; the two will share hosting duties, allowing each to continue pursuing longer-term projects and growing Today, Explained’s ability to reach audiences across platforms. King starts at Vox on January 3, 2022, and will begin appearing on the podcast early next year. Vox Media also announced a partnership with WNYC Studios to distribute Today, Explained to public radio stations nationwide beginning in 2022. This partnership marks the first major terrestrial radio distribution partnership for Vox Media, following an hour-long special edition of the Vox podcast Unexplainable distributed by American Public Media this fall. King joins Vox from NPR, where she was a co-host of Morning Edition and Up First. A restless journalist, she reported from around the US even while occupying the host chair. She was part of a team of NPR journalists who won an Edward R. Murrow Award, and were finalists for the duPont-Columbia Award, for reporting on the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy. King’s reporting from Minneapolis after George Floyd’s murder won a Gracie Award for best feature interview. King also conducted live coverage of national elections, an inauguration, and an impeachment or two. In 2020, the Radio Hall of Fame honored her with its “One to Watch” award. Before King joined Morning Edition, her career spanned a range of roles in radio, including stints as a correspondent at Planet Money, a producer at The Takeaway, and a reporter at Marketplace. She began her career as an independent producer abroad. Over five years, she covered the Arab Spring and conflicts in Darfur, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo for Voice of America and PRI’s The World. “I have been listening to Today, Explained since the show first launched, and I’ve always admired its intellectual sharpness, sonic creativity, and dry sense of humor. I’m thrilled to be joining the talented journalists who make the show. Sean’s ambitions, and those of this team, are clearly boundless, and I can’t wait to add my own to the mix,” said King. “I guess this makes me the queen of Today, Explained?” said Sean Rameswaram. “In all seriousness, I am thrilled to welcome Noel King to the show as a co-host and an editorial lead. I’m already used to listening to her every day on the radio. Now I get to learn from her, make great stuff with her, and dream up even more ambitious projects with her and the rest of the phenomenal team at Today, Explained.” WNYC Studios, which will begin distributing Today, Explained in 2022, currently manages radio distribution of popular programs including Radiolab, Freakonomics, On Being, On the Media, and Science Friday. Further, WNYC Studios will collaborate with the Vox Media Podcast Network to identify additional shows in its portfolio to bring to a national radio audience. “We’re excited to partner with Vox to bring Today, Explained to public radio stations across the United States,” said Armando Gutierrez, Chief Financial Officer at New York Public Radio. “Its intelligent and irreverent daily half hour look at the news and personalities driving our world is critical at this moment.” “Today, Explained has always been about bringing context and understanding to the news and our world. A big part of that has been a belief that elevating voices of local journalists and subject matter experts where the stories are unfolding is key. Now we look forward to working with our partners at WNYC to bring our show to communities and listeners across the country,” said Liz Kelly Nelson. Today, Explained launched in 2018 with Rameswaram as host, and has released nearly 1,000 episodes. It was named Best News Podcast in the Podcast Academy’s inaugural Ambie Awards and the 2021 Webby Awards. The podcast has launched special series, including Today, Explained to Kids, Infrastructure Week, and The Future of Work. It has also helped incubate new shows from Vox Audio, including Unexplainable, a science podcast about everything we don’t know. About Vox Media Podcast Network: Named by Adweek as 2021’s “Hottest in Podcasts,” Vox Media Podcast Network has over 150 active shows featuring industry-leading editorial voices and storytellers from Vox Media’s networks and beyond. From daily news and tech to culture and sports, from talk and interview shows to news and rich narrative storytelling, the Vox Media Podcast Network is one of the largest, fastest-growing, and most topically diverse collections of premium podcasts. Learn more about the Vox Media Podcast Network here.
Cuomo sexual harassment accuser Lindsey Boylan scolds CNN’s Brian Stelter for helping ‘abuses of power’
Lindsey Boylan, who accused the former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, scolded CNN’s Brian Stelter Tuesday for helping "abuses of power" by defending Chris Cuomo.
‘Riverdale’ Exclusive: Can Veronica Beat the Devil to Save Reggie’s Soul?
Check out an exclusive clip from tonight's episode, "Mr. Cypher".
The cheapest new cars you can buy in 2022
New car prices are sky high, but there are still a few economy cars available if you're willing to go small.
Zendaya shines in Roberto Cavalli dress complete with metal ‘spine’
"Zendaya as Dr. Octopus but make it fashion," one fan quipped of the vintage gown, outfitted with a gold scorpion-like creature running down the back.
Thirsty Salma Hayek puts on a busty display and more star snaps
Salma Hayek promotes "House of Gucci" in a swimsuit, Lily Collins gets bangs and more...
Trump claims would-be running mates ‘begging’ for spot on 2024 ticket
The 45th president will choose his campaign sidekick based on loyalty and support for his claim that the 2020 election was stolen by the Democrats.
Putin warns NATO not to deploy troops or weapons to Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday sternly warned NATO against deploying its troops and weapons to Ukraine, saying it represents a red line for Russia and would trigger a strong response.
Travis Scott's Offer to Pay for Astroworld Victim's Funeral Rejected by Family
Ezra Blount, 9, is the youngest victim to have died in the Astroworld tragedy—and the boy's family has rejected Travis Scott's offer to cover funeral costs.
Woman detained at LAX for trying to ‘flag down’ an aircraft on the tarmac: video
The unidentified woman -- who airport officials said had a plane ticket -- walked out of a door at Terminal 1 and onto the ramp.
Testimony to begin in trial of ex-"Empire" actor Jussie Smollett
Testimony is expected to begin nearly three years after Jussie Smollett was accused of lying to Chicago police when he claimed he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack.
Adele announces 2022 Las Vegas residency after releasing hit album '30'
Adele is heading to Las Vegas for a residency titled "Weekends with Adele" at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace, beginning Jan. 21.
Eric Swalwell Unleashes on the Unvaccinated in Twitter Rant 'I'm Losing My COVID Patience'
"Your unvaxxed status is creating new variants," the Congressman wrote in an angry Twitter thread directed at vaccine holdouts.
Walmart CEO optimistic about holiday inventory, thoughts on FTC supply chain probe
Walmart CEO John Furman says the retailer is positioned with inventory to keep up with trends this holiday season.
Washington kicker Joey Slye will miss at least three weeks, Ron Rivera says
Washington will have to turn to its fourth kicker of the season, after Slye injured his hamstring during Monday's win over Seattle.
Aaron Carter and fiancée Melanie Martin split after welcoming baby
The musician confirmed the news early Tuesday morning on Twitter.
Elderly woman and man meet after 20 years of mistaken calls
An elderly Florida woman who continuously dialed the wrong number for the past 20 years has finally met the man on the other side of the line after a surprise meeting.
Washington kicker Joey Slye will miss at least three weeks, Ron Rivera says
Washington will have to turn to its fourth kicker of the season, after Slye injured his hamstring during Monday's win over Seattle.
Tiger Woods says his days of being a full-time golfer are over
In an exclusive interview with Golf Digest, Tiger Woods spoke publicly about his golfing future for the first time since his car crash earlier this year.
Tiger Woods on playing again: 'I don't know when that is going to happen'
Tiger Woods spoke about his golf future on Tuesday in his first press conference since suffering serious leg injuries in a February single-vehicle rollover accident. Woods is hosting the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas this week.
Lack of Covid clarity brings volatility to Wall Street
Stocks are falling again after a brief respite Monday from the heavy sell-off triggered by the emergence of the Omicron coronavirus variant. CNN's Matt Egan reports.
Trial begins for former officer Kim Potter, charged in killing of Daunte Wright
Potter, who is white, shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright, who was Black, during a traffic stop in April.
Chadwick Boseman honored by celeb friends on his birthday
Friends and family paid tribute to Chadwick Boseman on Monday.
Powell and Yellen Testify About the Economy
Jerome Powell, the Fed chair, and Janet Yellen, the Treasury secretary, will discuss inflation and the path to recovery at a Senate hearing. Watch live.
NY comes alive at Gotham Awards
Honorees including Kristen Stewart, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Peter Dinklage and "Squid Game" creator Hwang Dong-hyuk pose for photos with their Gotham Award trophies. (Nov. 30)
Woman fakes elaborate wedding in sad attempt to get ex to text her
The woman redefined "arranged marriage" — and even going so far as using a professional photographer and a faux groom.
Miss Universe Jamboree Could Be the Dumbest COVID Gamble Yet
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyJERUSALEM—When Israel announced they were hosting this year’s Miss Universe pageant just four months ago, the country’s tourism minister was jubilant. “I fully hope that in December we will be celebrating not only the new Miss Universe here in Israel,” he said. “But most importantly, the end of the world pandemic!”He may have spoken too soon.The new Omicron variant was detected in Israel just as the contestants were getting off long-haul flights and settling into their quarantine hotels.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Michael K. Williams’ Final Project, ‘Black Market’ Season 2, Gets Trailer, Premiere Date
The sophomore season comes five years after Black Market first premiered.
Terrifying Videos Show Sex-crazed Elephant Charge at Safari Group, Push Car Off the Road
The male elephant was with a breeding herd on the Selati Game Reserve in Kruger National Park when the group approached it.
Maine Legislator Who Fought Mask Rules Resigns After Wife's Death From COVID
State Representative Chris Johansen said his wife's death meant he no longer had time to serve in the Legislature.
Adele announces Las Vegas concert residency
Who wouldn't want to spend a weekend hanging out with Adele and now we can.
ViacomCBS reaches deal to sell Studio City lot for $1.85 billion
Hackman Capital Partners announced Tuesday that it's buying the Radford studio lot, home to "Seinfeld," "Mary Tyler Moore" and "Parks and Recreation."
California City Declares Itself a Republic in Vaccine Protest
Oroville declared itself a "constitutional republic" in a move against COVID mandates
Dem senator warns Supreme Court of 'revolution' if Roe v. Wade is overturned
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., issued a warning to the Supreme Court days before oral arguments in a potential landmark abortion case, claiming that a "revolution" will take place if the high court overturns existing precedent.
Men impersonating NYPD officers raid home and steal more than $100K in cash, jewelry
Two thieves impersonating NYPD officers raided a home in the Bronx, N.Y., earlier this month, tying up the homeowners and making off with more than $100,000 in cash and jewelry, authorities said.
As Omicron Variant Spreads, Will the COVID Pandemic Ever End?
The Omicron variant has been designated a variant of concern, two years since the pandemic started, prompting questions about what the future holds.
'Mitchells vs. the Machines' is personal and idiosyncratic — and perfectly imperfect
Mentors Chris Miller and Phil Lord "poured rocket fuel on all of our crazy ideas," says co-writer and co-director Michael Rianda.
Biden’s FCC, FTC picks make final pitch to Senate
Also: More on Jack Dorsey's stunning announcement.
100-Year-Old Grandma Cries Tears of Joy at Seeing Hometown in Virtual Reality
An Armenian grandmother was able to see a cathedral she used to go to in her youth using virtual reality, and it made her break down in tears.
Biden's latest Covid hurdle
Little is yet known about the new variant, complicating exactly what the administration can say or do.
Texas Looks to Its Future to Guide Its Past
As Texans come to terms with their state’s history, they are less concerned with previous misdeeds than with potential achievements.
Frontier Airlines returns to Fort Lauderdale with 12 new nonstop flights, cheap tickets
The budget airline, which frequently shakes up the cities it serves, is venturing back into an airport dominated by Spirit Airlines.
The Senate's packed December
With Democrats’ reconciliation bill out of the House, attention going into next month turns to the Senate, which is all but certain to alter the package over a number of remaining sticking points.
Josh Duggar scandal timeline: From ‘19 Kids’ to child porn arrest
After enjoying success on the popular reality show "19 Kids and Counting," the eldest Duggar sibling became entangled in a series of scandals starting in 2015.