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41 People Test Positive After Swingers Event

Bob Hannaford said coronavirus protocols were in place when a swingers event began this month in New Orleans. There were masks, social distancing, and virus and antibody tests. Still, NOLA.com reports, at least 41 of the attendees have tested positive for the coronavirus. "If I could go back in...

US probing potential bribery, lobbying scheme for…

The Justice Department is investigating a secret scheme to lobby White House officials for a pardon as well as a related plot to offer a hefty political contribution in exchange for clemency

Stray Chewbacca finds forever home

Chewie rescue story

How to Give Back This #GivingTuesday

How to Give Back This #GivingTuesday. Since starting in 2012, #GivingTuesday has been the charitable milestone in the midst of holiday shopping. Here are some ways to give back this holiday season. Frontline Foods tackles two problems at once: keeping restaurants open while feeding frontline workers. Best Friends partners with shelters to provide resources and foster networks for dogs and cats while working towards non-kill by 2025. The Wilderness Society aims to protect public lands from wildfires and developments. Donations will be matched three times this #GivingTuesday. Direct Relief works with public health authorities and nonprofits to provide medical supplies to communities and hospitals around the world. . Kiva pairs donors with borrowers to help strengthen small businesses by funding microloans to impoverished people

Barr Breaks With Trump on Election Fraud Claims

Attorney General William Barr is known for his loyalty to President Trump—but he's not backing the president up on his claims of widespread election fraud. Barr says FBI agents and US attorneys have been following up allegations of irregularities, but they haven't uncovered anything that would change the results....

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Trump Has Raised $150-Million To Fight Election…

Since election day President Donald Trump's campaign has ratcheted up fundraising. The Washington Post revealed the Trump campaign has raised more than $150 million to fight election fraud. The New York Times published a similar report on Monday, but put the number at $170 million. Business Insider reports that's the amount raised since Election Day is about double the amount that one of Trump's main PACs raised during September, its best month. The Trump campaign sent hundreds of emails in November, asking supporters to donate as the president fights the results of the 2020 election.

Snow blankets eastern Tennessee

Extreme Meteorologist Reed Timmer was in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, on Dec. 1, after the area was blanketed in several inches of snow.

Relentless

Trailer for 'Relentless' starring Rachel Weber, Charles Hubbell, Bea Hannahan, Anna Hickey, Presley Grams

Juno Star: 'I Am Trans, My Name Is Elliot'

The Academy Award-nominated star of Juno came out as transgender in an Instagram post Tuesday, the CBC reports. "I wanted to share with you that I am trans, my pronouns are he/they, and my name is Elliot," wrote 33-year-old Canadian actor Elliot Page, formerly known as Ellen Page. "I can't...

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Giuliani Dismisses Report About a Pardon as 'Lies'

Rudy Giuliani dismissed a New York Times report Tuesday that he had talked with President Trump about receiving a pardon. "#FakeNews NYT lies again," Giuliani wrote on Twitter . "Never had the discussion they falsely attribute to an anonymous source. Hard to keep up with all their lies." The Times said...

Ohio State still 4th in CFP rankings after…

Ohio State held on to the fourth spot in the College Football Playoff rankings after having its last game canceled

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Rescued dog now entertains mom with hilarious…

Rescued dog now entertains mom with hilarious screams

This Day in History: Rosa Parks Ignites Bus…

This Day in History: , Rosa Parks Ignites Bus Boycott. December 1, 1955. “The mother of the civil rights movement,” Parks was jailed in Montgomery, AL, for refusing to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man. A Montgomery city ordinance required Black Americans to sit in the back of city buses and give up their seats to white riders. The local chapter of the NAACP, of which Parks was a member, had been planning to challenge the racist bus laws for months. The 42-year-old seamstress' decision to refuse her seat was spontaneous, but she was aware of the implications of her choice. Parks' historic act of civil disobedience led to the successful Montgomery Bus Boycott, organized by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Less than a year after Parks' arrest, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the bus segregation laws as a violation of the 14th Amendment

Strawberry-Flavored HIV Drug 'Truly an Advance'

Developing HIV medications for infants is difficult enough, but then somebody has to get them to swallow it. Many of the options have a bitter taste infants reject. Now, one such medication, dolutegravir, will be available in a strawberry-flavored tablet that will dissolve in juice or water, the New York...

Washington State Launches COVID-19 Tracing App

A new app launched by the Washington State Department of Health. It was developed in conjunction with the University of Washington. The app seeks to notify users if they have been exposed to COVID-19. It is a voluntary, data-secure app and is seen as a complementary tool for testing and contact tracing. The app launched Monday as COVID-19 cases remained high in Washington state. State hospitals are nearly running out of capacity, according to reports at Business Insider.

Heavy rain floods streets in Thailand

Heavy rain caused flash flooding in parts of southern Thailand on Dec. 1, making it challenging for drivers to navigate roads as floodwaters raced over them.

Fatman: Hit List (Spot)

Trailer for 'Fatman' starring Mel Gibson, Chance Hurstfield, Mark Day, Walton Goggins, Marianne Jean-Baptiste

How Worst Serial Killer in US Got Away With It…

America's most prolific serial killer operated for more than 30 years, targeting vulnerable, usually Black women, under the watch of an "indifferent" criminal justice system. That's according to part one of an in-depth investigation by the Washington Post , which interviewed experts and reviewed thousands of pages of legal documents to...

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We Know How That Utah Monolith Disappeared

So where will a monolith turn up next? First, one popped up in the Utah desert, only to vanish . Then another turned up in Romania , but now it's gone, too. While nobody seems to know exactly what's going on, the New York Times has at least shed light on one...

Reno doctor's selfie used to claim COVID-19 is a…

With cases of coronavirus surging in Nevada, social media posts calling the pandemic a made-up crisis are swirling on social media as users share a doctor's selfie from an alternative care site in Reno to make it appear no one is using the facility

Abandoned in a field, this dog now has a loving…

Abandoned in a field, this dog now has a loving home