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Top 20 CNN
- • Attacks on Russian air bases put spotlight on new Ukrainian drone program • Video: 'I have no pity for them': Russian describes fighting against his own country
Top 20 New York Times
- by Mark Landler and Stephen CastleFor all their differences, President Biden and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of Britain share a challenge: operating in the wake of a larger-than-life predecessor. They have tactics in common, too.
- by Andrew KehAt the only government-sanctioned store selling alcohol during the World Cup, strict rules keep it out of reach for most residents.
- by Vivian Nereim and David PiersonXi Jinping is expected to sign a flurry of contracts with the Saudis and other Gulf States, highlighting Beijing’s growing clout in the region when Washington has pulled away.
- by Michael WinesIn a North Carolina case, the court is being asked to decide whether to drastically expand the authority that state legislatures have over election maps and voting laws.
- by Adam SatarianoInfluential and powerful users on Facebook and Instagram receive “unequal treatment,” an internal report said.
- by Kimiko de Freytas-TamuraAs a strike by part-time faculty enters its third week, administrators, faculty and parents battle over the finances and future of an institution known for its left-leaning politics.
- by Nate CohnSurprises are always possible, but there seem to be few reasons to think Herschel Walker can improve upon his showing last month.
- by Chris BuckleyPaying tribute to President Jiang Zemin, China’s leader, Xi Jinping, urged the nation to rally around himself, a week after protests tested his authority.
- by German LopezThe Supreme Court will decide a case over gay rights and free speech.
- by Michael Barbaro, Rachel Quester, Jessica Cheung, Caitlin O’Keefe, Mary Wilson, Diana Nguyen, John Ketchum, Mike Benoist, Dan Powell, Marion Lozano, Brad Fisher and Chris WoodVoters in Georgia cast ballots in the unresolved midterm race between Senator Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker.
- by Anatoly KurmanaevA news host’s comment about helping troops prompted the Latvian authorities to revoke the license of TV Rain, a major independent outlet, putting a focus on the public role of Russians who fled.
- by Manohla Dargis and A.O. ScottAmid endless agonizing over the State of Cinema, the actual releases proved a bounty for film lovers, whether fans of the art house or the multiplex.
- by Maya PhillipsFor our critic-at-large, “Fat Ham,” “Severance,” “A Strange Loop” and “Sandman” were some of the places she found truth and transcendence.
- by Salamishah TilletOur critic was haunted, in a good way, by the performances she saw in movies, theater and TV that offered glimpses into other worlds.
- by Adam Satariano and Paul MozurThe cat-and-mouse experience of Proton, a Swiss company, shows what it’s like to be targeted by Russian censors — and what it takes to fight back.
- by Devin GordonInside the world of Ironman XC, which makes the endurance contest a little more endurable — for executives who can afford to pay.
- Countries Need to Make Their Own Vaccines. Why Isn’t the U.S. Embracing This Pandemic Prevention Strategy?by Amy MaxmenEvery region of the world must be able to make its own vaccines.
- by David PapineauDifferent conventions in different sports can be equally morally acceptable.
- by Don Clark and Kellen BrowningTaiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, the world’s biggest maker of advanced computer chips, plans to unveil an ambitious factory upgrade in Arizona.
- by Talmon Joseph Smith and Lindsey WassonAs concerns about labor force participation among American men mount, maritime transportation firms are desperate for new mariners.
Top 20 Huffington Post
- The suspect accused of entering Club Q and killing five people and wounding 17 others was formally charged with hate crimes as well as murder.
- The monarch did not let the incident interrupt his visit.
- The "Shameless" actor's announcement follows Candace Cameron Bure's plans to prioritize "traditional marriage" in Great American Family's Christmas films.
- The team's longtime play-by-play man was "stable and responsive" when he was taken to the hospital, according to a statement.
- My arm isn’t "missing" and I didn’t "lose" it. It was strategically removed — and I'm doing it again on Friday.
- The talk show host threw the book at the former president for trying to "overthrow democracy" once again.
- Dr. Rochelle Walensky said this year's shot is a "very good match" for the influenza strain that's circulating.
- "The Late Show" host has had enough of Hunter Biden's laptop.
- The independent state legislature theory is “historically implausible,” “antithetical” to the Constitution and rooted in an “utterly discredited” and “phony” historical document.
- Budding scientists, engineers and math-lovers will love these toys and games that teach important life skills and are fun to play.
- See the toys that customers showered with stars — some of which start at just $9.
- From skin care splurges to gardening tools, cozy clothes and more, these gifts are sure to get you in mom's good graces.
- Every activity and task consumes energy, but there are some little, unexpected things that drain your energy, too.
- When you understand how public relations pushes work, you can properly evaluate whether a product is worth your money.
- The professor and “Real Housewives of Potomac” member is setting the record straight on her altercation with Mia Thornton and telling the world that she will not be put in a box.
- From schmaltz to canola oil, here are experts’ top picks for frying potato pancakes.
- Despite voter suppression tactics and Herschel Walker being propped up for a Senate run in Georgia, things in the South are not as hopeless as some would have you believe.
- Spanning eras, genres, formats, styles and languages, the most stirring films this year are the ones that are grounded in their specificity.
- Show your loved ones you care with these gorgeous, minimalist handmade accessories.
Top 20 Fox News
- Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said he "absolutely" wants Aaron Rodgers back for the 2023 season, even as the team has struggled this season with Rodgers under center.
- A Texas woman reportedly left buckets of human waste outside a police station and refused to pick them up.
- NASA's Orion spacecraft showed stunning footage of the dark side of the moon and the Earth ahead of its Dec. 11 splashdown this weekend off the California coast.
- A hacker group aligned with the Chinese Communist Party reportedly stole at least $20 million in government funds by defrauding US COVID-relief programs.
- The family of fallen Capitol Hill Police officer Brian Sicknick refused to shake hands with Sen. Mitch McConnell and Rep. Kevin McCarthy at a January 6 event on Tuesday.
- The NYPD has arrested a suspect on suspicion of a hate crime in connection with an incident where a Jewish man and his son were shot with a BB gun outside a kosher market.
- Brendan Fraser told former "Airheads" co-star Adam Sandler that he starved himself during his 1997 performance in "George of the Jungle."
- Illinois brothers charged after robbing more than $1 million from armored truck, ATM near Chicago: prosecutorsCorrie and Darrell Singleton, two brothers from South Holland, Illinois, are now facing federal charges after an alleged heist outside of Chicago, prosecutors say.
- Arizona's top officials on Monday certified the results of the 2022 midterm elections, overcoming objections from Republicans who say the election was unfair.
- Cowboys stars, Odell Beckham Jr. attend Mavs' game; Jerry Jones ‘not confident’ in signing without a workoutAfter his visit with the Dallas Cowboys Monday, NFL free agent receiver Odell Beckham Jr. attended a Mavericks game with Micah Parsons and Trevon Diggs.
Top 20 USA Today
- Suspect in Colorado shooting at LGBTQ nightclub charged with 305 counts, including hate crimes, murderbyAnderson Lee Aldrich, 22, is accused of fatally shooting five people and injuring 17 others at Club Q on Nov. 19 in Colorado Springs.
- by Mauna Loa, located on Hawaii's Big Island, erupted Nov. 27 for the first time in nearly four decades as it shot 200-foot-high sprays of lava overhead.
- by The suspect accused of entering a Colorado gay nightclub and opening fire with an AR-15-style rifle, killing five people and wounding 17 others, was charged by prosecutors Tuesday with 305 criminal counts including hate crimes and murder. (Dec. 6)
- by A rogue wave crashed into the Viking Polaris cruise ship between Antarctica and Argentina. What are rogue waves and does climate change cause them?
- by Bolivia literacy program graduates elderly
- by The suspect accused of entering a Colorado Springs gay nightclub and killing five people and wounding 17 others was formally charged with 305 criminal counts including hate crimes and murder. (Dec. 6)
- by The Supreme Court will hear arguments about whether the Constitution cuts state courts out of the mix for reviewing laws governing federal elections.
- by Police in Brick, New Jersey, arrested two people in connection with a puppy mill operation. Police said the animals were kept in inhumane conditions.
- by Tampa Police Chief Mary O'Connor and her spouse were riding in a golf cart in Oldsmar, Florida, when they were stopped for not having a license plate.
- by Amid warnings that biodiversity is in freefall, environmental leaders will gather in Montreal to hammer out measures aimed at shoring up the world's land and marine ecosystems.
- by A simulation from MarineLabs shows a buoy off Vancouver Island in British Columbia in November 2020 that caught a 57-foot rogue wave, three times as high as surrounding waves.
- by Oryx predicts Spain win in World Cup
- by A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.
- by Dems look to build on their Senate majority with Georgia runoff, amid the "tripledemic," doctors say the flu is getting worse: 5 Things podcast
- by Hurricane season may be officially over, but a rare December subtropical storm could be forming in the Atlantic for the first time in nearly a decade.
- Tampa police chief resigns after telling deputy at traffic stop, 'I'm hoping that you'll just let us go'byMary O'Connor was placed on leave pending an internal investigation last week. Tampa Mayor Jane Castor said she requested the chief's resignation.
- by Mary O'Connor, Tampa's police chief, resigned after she was caught on police body camera flashing her badge to get out of a traffic stop.
- by Small-business owner Savannah Kelly donated 24 ornaments to Hospice Savannah in Georgia for the second year on Giving Tuesday.
- by Convicted serial killer Richard Cottingham confessed to killing five more women in Nassau County, New York, between 1968 and 1973.
- by Arizona's top officials certified the midterm election results Monday, formalizing victories for Democrats over Republicans who falsely claimed the 2020 election was rigged. (Dec. 6)
Top 20 Reuters
Top 20 Politico
- Check back for the latest results in Tuesday's runoff election.
- by Connor O’BrienThe Missouri Republican said the effort to arm Ukraine is "impeding" the ability of the U.S. to provided need weapons to Taiwan.
- by Vincent Manancourt, Annabelle Dickson, Clothilde Goujard and Mark ScottBritain is presenting its Online Safety Bill to parliament — again.
- by Nancy VuThe Washington Post reported that two senators in both parties had reached a "draft framework" on immigration.
- by Barbara Moens and Hans von der BurchardMore open trade used to be a no-brainer for the EU. Now European industries are fighting to survive.
- by Anthony AdragnaOfficers who responded to the Capitol attack pointedly refused to shake hands with the two GOP leaders as they received top honors from Congress Tuesday.
- by Caitlin EmmaAt the moment, Democrats are asking for about $25 billion overall more than GOP lawmakers are willing to give.
- by Steven ShepardHerschel Walker has to improve on his showing from November, while Raphael Warnock is looking to keep running up the score in metro Atlanta.
- by Zach MontellaroArguments in a major case Wednesday could have significant ramifications for how the 2024 election is conducted.
- by Erin BancoThe team overseeing licensed vaccines is overwhelmed by high turnover and a pandemic-induced backlog of inspections.
- by Terril Yue JonesThe country’s first anti-government protests in 30 years might be fading, but that doesn’t mean they failed.
- by Jeff GreenfieldAs history shows, the states were never as decisive as they seemed.
- by Jordain CarneyKevin McCarthy’s emboldened right flank is ready to dig into the Biden Cabinet, and even the president himself. Across the Capitol, Republican senators are lukewarm.
- by Josh SiscoAn unsealed indictment targets organized crime with drug cartel ties in Southern Texas.
- by Josh GersteinMonday's arguments were filled with colorful images and contentious moments.
- by Gary FineoutRivera, who represented a Miami-area district from 2011 to 2013, was detained in Georgia on Wednesday in connection with a Miami grand jury indictment issued last month.
- by Associated PressBut Republican Kari Lake, who lost the race for governor, is expected to file a lawsuit in the coming days.
- by Olivia OlanderThe former national security adviser, speaking on NBC's "Meet the Press NOW," said he'd consider running in part "to stop some of the things Trump has done to the party."
- by Joseph Spector and Katelyn CorderoKing was named U.S. secretary of education under President Barack Obama from 2016 to 2017, and then he ran unsuccessfully last year for Maryland governor.
- by Burgess Everett and Marianne LeVineIt's the second time in two weeks that the former president has prompted criticism from within his party, after a dinner with high-profile antisemites last month.
Top 20 Yahoo News
Top 20 Los Angeles Times
- by Salvador HernandezFriends and family identified the person who was found on the side of Mulholland Highway last week as a 27-year-old transgender woman.
- by Brittny Mejia, Benjamin OreskesWe're trying to understand why Latinos voted at rates far lower than white Angelenos. Tell us why you did or didn't vote.
- Catfishing Virginia cop accused of killing California family was detained in 2016 after violent threatsby Erin B. Logan, Summer Lin, Grace TooheyAustin Lee Edwards made violent threats in 2016 after experiencing relationship troubles with his then-girlfriend, according to a police report.
- by Noah GoldbergMore showers are likely Tuesday, mostly in the mountains north of L.A., followed by more rain expected on Saturday.
- by Noah GoldbergSanta Clara County Dist. Atty. Jeff Rosen says he's leaving Twitter due to a rise in hate speech after Elon Musk bought the company.
- by Luke Money, Rong-Gong Lin IIAlso on the rise are coronavirus-positive hospital patients, raising the specter of an indoor public mask order in L.A. County.
- by Frank ShyongAttention and sympathetic responses from multi-national Los Angeles can amplify cries for justice in distant nations, and act as a buffer against censorship.
- by Louis SahagúnWith a growing sense of sorrow, the Pomo Indian tribes of Clear Lake are watching a generations-old symbol of abundance fade into extinction.
- by Howard BlumeL.A. teachers union wants 20% raise over two years, but says it's also committed to a wide range of demands that represent union's social values, including solar panels, electric buses and low income housing for students' families.
- by Richard WintonNearly five years after the LAPD closed an investigation into allegations of sexual assault by the former head of CBS, the detective who originally handled the investigation showed up at the district attorney's office to present the case again.
- by Patt MorrisonWe know about the chaos of Prohibition — gangsters and corruption galore. But the movement that brought it about is less well known.
- by Christian MartinezThe driver followed a marked police vehicle into the lot and ran toward the officer holding an "AR-15 style weapon," according to Rialto police.
- by Gregory YeeGang officers responding to a call for help were hit by a sedan that accelerated toward their car while driving on the wrong side of the road, according to the LAPD.
- by QuakebotA magnitude 3.7 earthquake was reported Monday at 3:13 p.m.
- by Summer LinThe Los Angeles Police Department continues to search for a 30-year-old man who sexually assaulted a woman two weeks ago near Encino.
- by Noah GoldbergJames Howard Jackson, part of a crew that shot Ryan Fischer while trying to steal Lady Gaga's dogs, pleads no contest and gets 21 years in prison.
- by Alexandra E. PetriChristopher Christensen, principal at Newland Elementary School, was found dead after reportedly jumping from a Disneyland parking garage, authorities said.
- by Taryn LunaGov. Gavin Newsom reveals the first details of his plan to cap oil refinery profits in California, which has the highest gas prices in the nation.
- by Suhauna HussainBackers say they have submitted more than enough for a ballot measure to overturn the law. A labor group alleges signatures were obtained fraudulently.
- by Salvador HernandezTemperatures are expected to stay cool and in the low 60s this week, along with a slight chance of rain in some areas of Los Angeles County on Tuesday.