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McEnany calls on WH reporters org to 'look into' Playboy reporter Brian Karem's 'misogynistic questions'
Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany called on the White House Correspondents' Association to probe Playboy’s Brian Karem for repeatedly shouting “demeaning, misogynistic questions” during White House press briefings.
Students failing more often during coronavirus virtual learning: study
A new study suggests middle and high school students are seeing less academic success as a result of online learning as schools close again due to spiking COVID-19 cases.
Rev. Samuel Rodriguez: On World AIDS Day 2020, COVID threatens to reverse the tide of saving lives
Tuesday, Dec. 1, marks a time to remember the tens of millions of people who have died from AIDS-related illnesses, including nearly 700,000 people just last year.
Texans' Bradley Roby team's 2nd player suspended for violating NFL's performance-enhancing substances policy
Houston Texans cornerback Bradley Roby announced Monday that he was handed a six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s performance- enhancing substance policy, marking the second player within the organization whose season ended this week because of a PEDs violation.
Florida woman dies weeks after being run over while defending son
She had been defending her son, who had been assaulted by the teens, deputies said.
ICU doctor embraces coronavirus patient in viral photo
An intensive care unit (ICU) doctor in Houston who has treated coronavirus patients more than 250 consecutive days is going viral for a simple act of compassion while treating one infected patient.
Coronavirus overwhelming tiny rural hospitals where weary doctors treat family, friends
The coronavirus pandemic largely hit urban areas first, but the autumn surge is devastating rural America, too.
Coronavirus risks of swearing in means House has a lot to figure out
Coronavirus altered most things in society. And constituting the House of Representatives to launch the 117th Congress in January is no different.
April Ryan gushes over 'brilliance' of Obama in his latest stop on friendly book tour
Longtime White House reporter April Ryan fawned over former President Obama during their Instagram interview about his new book.
Mysterious monolith appears near ancient site in Romania
Another mysterious monolith is causing a viral sensation after appearing on a hill in northern Romania.
Hershey's updates its classic 'Christmas Bells' commercial, faces criticism from Kisses fans
The Hershey Company has been forced to respond to backlash over its latest Hershey’s Kisses holiday ad, which is actually just a new riff on its classic “Christmas Bells” commercial.
Jake Paul says fight with UFC champ will happen: I'm going to 'f--- Conor McGregor up'
Fresh off his knockout victory over former NBA guard Nate Robinson, Jake Paul is already challenging one of the biggest names in the fighting community and, according to the YouTube star, it’s going to happen. 
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Mike Garcia on flipping CA House seat red: 'I don't want my country to become what California's become'
Former Navy fighter pilot and ardent supporter of President Trump, Rep. Mike Garcia, R-Calif., told "Fox & Friends" he ran so the rest of the country doesn't turn into what has become of California.
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Phallic landmark statue in Germany mysteriously disappears; police investigating
Police in southern Germany were investigating the mysterious disappearance of a phallic-shaped sculpture from a mountainside, where it first appeared without explanation several years ago.
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Exotic bird returned to California zoo after being stolen
One of the exotic birds that was stolen from a California zoo on Sunday morning has been returned, while the other remains missing. 
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Executive at nonprofit that helped in Georgia audit has history of anti-Trump tweets
The executive director of a San Francisco-based nonprofit that was tapped by Georgia’s secretary of state to assist in the state’s audit has a history of anti-Trump tweets, but has insisted that he does not “bring them to work.”
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Networks newscasts ignore Dr. Fauci saying kids should be in school
NIAID Director Anthony Fauci on Sunday urged American leaders to keep schools open amid the coronavirus pandemic but anyone who relies on ABC, NBC or CBS’ evening newscasts for information would have no idea.
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Queen Elizabeth’s staffer admits to stealing from Buckingham Palace, selling royal items on eBay
Buckingham Palace catering assistant Adam Canto has admitted to stealing items from Queen Elizabeth II and selling them on eBay.
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Mariah Carey hopes to bring Christmas cheer in a year when too much has been 'canceled'
Mariah Carey is hoping to use her typical holiday cheer to give people a much-needed celebratory moment amid a year of things being “canceled.” 
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CDC says coronavirus hospitalization rates, deaths rising nationally
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday documented rising coronavirus spread, hospitalization rates and deaths nationally.
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Hong Kong Disneyland closes for third time amid coronavirus pandemic
Well, it was fun while it lasted.
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Colorado bar owner joins pact to fight COVID restrictions: 'I refuse' to lay off staff before Christmas
Colorado bar owner Morgen Harrington said on Tuesday that she is “incredibly frustrated” with new coronavirus restrictions in the state, which prohibit indoor dining and joined a pact of nearly 100 bars and restaurants that are continuing to serve customers inside.
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Republican Mark Walker announces candidacy in 2022 North Carolina Senate race
Rep. Mark Walker of North Carolina’s running for the Senate, in a race that may end up becoming the most hotly contested and expensive Senate battle in the 2022 midterm elections.
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Trump tells Georgia governor to 'do something,' as Kemp says interfering with election is illegal
President Trump on Tuesday told Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp to "do something" to overrule state election officials, claiming he would find a "gold mine" of fraud, as the governor's office maintained that Georgia law "prohibits" him from "interfering in elections."
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Ex-Hawaii prosecutor, police chief get prison for corruption
A U.S. judge sentenced a former high-ranking Honolulu prosecutor to 13 years in prison Monday and her retired police chief husband to seven years, saying she stole money from her own grandmother and then used his law enforcement power to frame her uncle for a crime he didn’t commit -- all to maintain the couple’s lavish lifestyle.
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'Big Bang Theory' star Johnny Galecki splits from girlfriend Alaina Meyer after 2 years of dating: report
Johnny Galecki and his girlfriend Alaina Meyer have split after 2 years of dating. The former couple share a son together.
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David Chang donates $1 million winnings from ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' to struggling restaurant workers
The star of Netflix's 'Ugly Delicious' was the first celebrity to ever win "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" during its latest iteration.
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US students fall behind in math amid pandemic school closures
​​​​​​​A disproportionately large number of poor and minority students were not in schools for assessments this fall, complicating efforts to measure the pandemic’s effects on some of the most vulnerable students, a not-for-profit company that administers standardized testing said Tuesday.
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Test drive: The 2020 Toyota Avalon TRD is a supersized sports sedan
The 2020 Toyota Avalon TRD is the brand's first full-size sedan to get a sporty overhaul as it continues to try to shake off its stodgy image.
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Meghan King announces split from Christian Schauf, wishes him 'abundance of love and happiness'
Meghan King announced she has officially split from her new boyfriend, Christian Schauf. 
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