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    Following Googled-owned YouTube’s decision to hide dislikes on the platform, viewers have taken to the comment section beneath each video to express their displeasure. But on some videos, like the recent trailer for Seth Rogen’s TV show Santa Inc., YouTube has disabled comments, removing viewers’ ability to react negatively altogether. Now, a browser plugin called “Return YouTube Dislike” can show you just how negative the public sentiment about Santa Inc. (or any any other video) really is. YouTube recently implemented a policy hiding the number of dislikes on a video in an attempt to prevent mass-disliking of videos. Many have wondered if this move was an attempt to hide the fact that a video produced by YouTube became the most disliked video in YouTube history, or to generally hide the mass disapproval of progressive and woke content. But now, a handy browser extension allows YouTube users to view the current amount of dislikes on a video. In this Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, file photo, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki speaks during the introduction of YouTube TV at YouTube Space LA in Los Angeles....
    Cannabis shops across the San Francisco Bay Area have been thrown into dire straits as gangs of thieves broke into more than 15 shops throughout November during the series of 'smash-and-grab' robberies plaguing California.  Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong told reporters that 'hundreds' of vehicles targeted marijuana stores in Oakland last month, firing 175 shots and stealing about $5 million worth of products.  Alphonso 'Tucky' Blunt, owner of Blunts and Moore, told MJBizDaily that his store lost about $25,000 during a November 22 raid, where more than a dozen burglars ransacked the store.  'I know 25 or so businesses that got hit … and out of all those, the percentage I know that told me that they may not be able to reopen is about 50 percent. That's scary, Blunt said.  'I was safer, and had more money, (selling) on the street, illegally.' A gang of thieves broke into Blunts and Moore on November 22, making off with about $25,000 worth of product as the ransacked the store  Alphonso 'Tucky' Blunt, owner of the Blunts and Moore cannabis shop, said...
    On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Jose Díaz-Balart Reports,” Rep. Raul Ruiz (D-CA) stated that the November jobs report “is phenomenal news for all of us,” and that “all of our communities are just going to get back to work and the economy is going to continue to grow.” Host Jose-Diaz Balart asked, “I want to start by getting your reaction to the November jobs report. It showed a big drop in unemployment among the African American community, big drop in unemployment among our community, the Latino community. 210,000 jobs were created. What’s your response?” Ruiz responded, “My response is that this is phenomenal news for all of us, for all of America, regardless of our ethnicity. Because all of our communities are just going to get back to work and the economy is going to continue to grow. And this is prior to the amazing and historic bipartisan infrastructure bill that was signed by the president not too long ago, where we’re going to have even more construction jobs, about 1.5 million per year for the next two years, just...
    A person wears a face mask while carrying shopping bags in Columbus Circle on November 28, 2020 in New York City.Noam Galai | Getty Images Holiday sales could exceed even the rosiest expectations for the major shopping season, according to the National Retail Federation. The major trade group's economist, Jack Kleinhenz, said Friday that spending in November and December could grow as much as 11.5% compared with the same period a year ago — higher than many retail analysts and NRF itself had predicted. The NRF had already called for a record holiday season, projecting in late October that sales would rise between 8.5% and 10.5% from last year. The group said it expected sales in November and December would hit an all-time high of between $834.4 billion and $859 billion. The sales forecast excludes spending at automobile dealers, gas stations and restaurants. Last year, holiday sales rose 8.2% from 2019 to a record $777.3 billion, according to the NRF. "People have the ability to spend and I think they are in the mood to spend," Kleinhenz said in an interview. He...
    (CNN)As of Friday morning, only two states in the US have blizzard warnings -- and they are Alaska and Hawaii. Yes, you read that correctly. In fact, more snow has fallen in Hawaii this season than in Denver, Colorado.Several blizzard warnings are in effect in Alaska where blowing snow will cause travel conditions to be extremely difficult if not impossible. Snow is common in Alaska, especially this winter season. Much of Alaska was colder than normal in November, with some areas near record levels. Hawaii's blizzard warnings are a bit rarer. According to the Iowa mesonet data site, it's been 1,347 days (over 3.5 years) since the last blizzard warning was been issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) in Honolulu. The weather service is forecasting up to a foot of snow or more with winds gusting up to 100 mph through the weekend for the Big Island summits. Hawaii snowfall seen from space on Mauna Loa taken from CIRA/NOAA satellite on December 2, 2021.Hawaii's two mountain peaks, Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, both which sit at more than 13,000...
    Police in Los Angeles have announced 14 arrests in connection with 11 recent smash-and-grab robberies at stores where nearly $340,000 worth of merchandise was stolen, but all the suspects have been released. Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said that most of the accused robbers suspected of ransacking businesses between November 18 and 28 bailed out or met no-bail criteria, and one is a juvenile. At a joint news conference on Thursday announcing the arrests, both Moore and Mayor Eric Garcetti called for an end to a no-bail policy for some defendants aimed at reducing overcrowding at Los Angeles County jails during the coronavirus pandemic. Garcetti said with the pandemic easing, it's time to make room again in lockups for criminals who commit violent acts and put store employees in danger.  LAPD's top cop said at least $338,000 in goods were stolen over ten days from stores and malls across the city that incurred $40,000 in property damage. Investigators are searching for multiple outstanding suspects, he said. The brazen heists were part of a rash of organized retail crime in...
    Have you ever wondered who might be on the receiving end of a wrong number included in a group text?For one Pontiac, Michigan, high school basketball team, it just so happened that the person they inadvertently messaged this week was Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting, and their mix-up would lead to a FaceTime call with some of the biggest stars in the Bucs' locker room.The call started because they didn't believe who Murphy-Bunting was. He then got tight end Rob Gronkowski to join in, before handing the phone off to cornerback Richard Sherman and running back Leonard Fournette. Then things got really wild -- when quarterback (and notable Michigan alumnus) Tom Brady hopped on the call, much to the delight of the group."They were shocked," Fournette said of when he handed the phone to Brady. "I think that's ... to guys in high school, Tom is the figure for them. You know what I mean? Who wouldn't want to look up to a guy like that?""That was sweet," Brady said of the impromptu FaceTime. "I didn't know who it...
    Cables news networks’ total viewership slumped Thursday and Friday as the Thanksgiving holiday drew Americans away from their television sets — or T.V. news at least. CNN reached an average of 357,000 viewers on Thursday compared to 719,00 average viewers on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Fox News averaged 940,000 viewers Thursday, down from 1.73 million the day before. MSNBC saw the biggest drop, averaging only 334,000 viewers Thursday, down from 957,000 total average viewers the day before. Networks scrambled for content over the holiday with guest hosts taking over for the regular stars and specials airing instead of regularly scheduled programming. Actor Stanley Tucci’s Searching for Italy ran for six hours on CNN Thursday, while Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Greg Gutfeld all aired special programming. Fox Nation’s Patriot Awards, an Oscar-style event handing out awards to those who have shown “steadfast dedication to the nation,” aired at 7 p.m. on Fox News. Patriot Awards, which was hosted by Pete Hegseth and originally aired on Fox Nation on November 17th, scored 103,000 viewers in the key 25-54 age demographic, almost doubling...
    Fresh off beating Ohio State for the first time since 2011, Michigan offensive coordinator Josh Gattis had a bold analysis of the Buckeyes on Monday night. "They’re a good team. They’re a finesse team, they’re not a tough team," Gattis said. "And we knew that going into the game that we can out-physical that we can out-physical them, we can out-tough and that was going to be the key to the game, and that’s what we prepared for all year long." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN - NOVEMBER 27: Aidan Hutchinson #97 of the Michigan Wolverines celebrates a sack against the Ohio State Buckeyes with teammates during the first quarter at Michigan Stadium on November 27, 2021 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Mike Mulholland/Getty Images) On the offensive side of the ball, Ohio State’s front seven had no answer for the backfield duo of sophomore Blake Corum and senior Hassan Haskins. Corum ran for 87 yards on six carries while Haskins had 169 yards on 28 carries with five touchdowns. Not surprising for Gattis...
    Getty Baltimore Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen celebrates a fumble recovery against the Cleveland Browns. Baltimore Ravens inside linebacker Patrick Queen led the Ravens defense with eight tackles, including two for loss, and a key fumble recovery in Week 12 against the Cleveland Browns, and he took to social media to call out one of his critics after the game. Pro Football Focus’s Sam Monson wrote that Cleveland’s Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah “is what Patrick Queen was supposed to be,” during November 28’s game in which the Browns’ rookie linebacker showed off his sideline-to-sideline speed in shutting down the Ravens offense. ALL the latest Ravens news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Ravens newsletter here! Join Heavy on Ravens! But Queen, who played through a rib injury to have a solid game himself, had a response to the comparison: “Come again?” Come again? https://t.co/eEQPSyUNq6 — ???? (@Patrickqueen_) November 29, 2021 His reply earned almost twice as many likes as Monson’s original tweet, with many Ravens fans joining in to defend Queen, Baltimore’s 2020 first-round draft pick. He...
    Waukesha Christmas parade killer Darrell Brooks was granted a $1,000 bail despite scoring 6 out of 6 on a risk of new criminal activity assessment and a 4 out of 6 on a failure to appear in court test, documents revealed on Tuesday. Brooks, 39, who allegedly plowed through the community's annual Christmas parade earlier this month, was charged with six counts of first-degree intentional homicide Monday after a sixth victim died from his injuries.  Brooks is also said to have injured 60 people when he slammed his SUV into the crowd on November 21 yet his bail was posted at just $1,000 by court commissioner Cedric Cornwall. A pretrial assessment completed by Milwaukee County and first obtained by Fox News revealed that Brooks answered 'yes' to all six questions regarding the risk factors when allowing him out on bail. As shown on the court filing, Brooks' offense was a violent crime, he was pending a charge at the time of the offense, had prior misdemeanors and felony convictions, had previously failed to show up for a court hearing and had...
    Getty Dallas Cowboys WR Amari Cooper. Whether Dallas Cowboys star receiver Amari Cooper will play against the New Orleans Saints depends on who you listen to in the days leading up to game day. Hours after owner Jerry Jones indicated Cooper would suit up against the Saints, head coach Mike McCarthy revealed that the receiver is still feeling the effects of COVID. During a media call, McCarthy indicated that if Cooper does not practice on December 1 he will likely miss the Cowboys primetime matchup against the Saints. “Cowboys WR Amari Cooper (COVID-19) is back in building but ‘still not feeling the best,’ coach Mike McCarthy said,” Dallas Morning News’ Michael Gehlken tweeted on November 30. “Still has a cough. ‘To be determined’ whether he’ll practice today. ‘My gut would be if he doesn’t practice tomorrow, I don’t see him going to the game.'” ALL the latest Dallas Cowboys news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cowboys newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cowboys! Jones on Cooper: ‘We’re Fully Expecting Him to be Ready by...
    In a sign of growing hostility within the House GOP conference, Rep. Nancy Mace fired back on Twitter after Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene lashed out at the South Carolina Republican for her condemnation of recent anti-Muslim comments by another GOP lawmaker, Rep. Lauren Boebert. Greene took aim at Mace after the South Carolina Republican strongly criticized Boebert over a video in which the Colorado Republican claimed she was in a Capitol Hill elevator with Rep. Ilhan Omar and suggested a Capitol Police officer appeared concerned the Minnesota Democrat might be a terrorist, making a comment about Omar not wearing a backpack in what seemed to be a reference to suicide bombings. This is what ???? ???? ???? looks like. https://t.co/nIbqjiJaFH— Nancy Mace (@NancyMace) November 30, 2021 Mace fired back against Greene’s tweet on Tuesday in the latest feud between the two freshmen lawmakers. She trolled Greene by copying verbatim a recent tweet from the Georgia Republican. 'TRASH': MARJORIE TAYLOR GREENE BLASTS NANCY MACE OVER LAUREN BOEBERT CRITICISM Greene said last week that House Minority...
    TCU’s introduction for Sonny Dykes was absolutely ridiculous. The Horned Frogs recently hired the former SMU coach to take over the program, and his introduction was something you’d expect to see from a third world dictator. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) They literally flew him in on a helicopter to fans waiting at Amon G. Carter Stadium. A new era begins @TCUFootball welcome @coachsonnydykes @TCU_Athletics pic.twitter.com/q2L78qe3vf — Danele Durham (@daneledurham) November 30, 2021 Is this TCU football or is it North Korea? It’s honestly hard to tell the difference. I’ve seen some crazy introductions over the years, but I’m not sure I’ve ever seen anything like this. Why was this necessary? Who signed off on flying Dykes in like he had just led a coup against a sitting government in Africa or the Middle East. This seriously looks like it’s more out of a movie than it does out of a Big 12 program. Hit the horn, @CoachSonnyDykes!#GoFrogs #RiffRam pic.twitter.com/uhIGVE9D8w — TCU Football (@TCUFootball) November 30, 2021 TCU needs to take a...
    As Washington Football Team owner Daniel Snyder casually scopes out sites for a new stadium, he might want to think about addressing the repeated leaks from his current one. And not just the leaks that led to Jon Gruden’s ousting from the Las Vegas Raiders, but literal leaks that have fans repeatedly asking if sewage water is being dumped on them while watching a game. During the Washington Football Team’s Monday night matchup with the Seattle Seahawks, fans at FedEx Field scrambled as water poured down on them. If this story sounds familiar that’s because it is, the WFT crowd was rained on by an unknown substance for the second time this season. In September, the crowd panicked as they believed a burst sewage pipe was dumping poop water on them. Monday night, similar panic set in as another water disaster filled a FedEx Field luxury suite. Don’t know how this happens once, let alone twice. pic.twitter.com/vv9MxYmUPq — JP Finlay (@JPFinlayNBCS) November 30, 2021 It’s raining in the owners suite #FedExField #Redskins #WashingtonFootbalTeam @barstoolsports pic.twitter.com/tcN1421Jq9 — Gray Matter...
    Tuesday is the eight-year anniversary of one of the greatest moments in college football history. On November 30, 2013, Auburn and Alabama played in the Iron Bowl and the closing seconds were cemented in history forever. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) With one second on the clock, the Crimson Tide attempted a deep field goal to win the game. Instead of securing a victory, the ball fell short and right into the hands of Chris Davis. The rest is history. Davis took it to the house and won the game in unreal fashion. Watch “The Kick Six” below. November 30, 2013: The #KickSix Rod Bramblett and Stan White on the call. pic.twitter.com/tFzwmCNTpN — This Day In Sports Clips (@TDISportsClips) November 30, 2021 If Alabama and Auburn attempted that same scenario 20 more times, I’m not sure it would ever play out that way again. Chris Davis, who never had much of a career as a pro, carved out his place in Auburn history forever. I’m not sure he’s ever had to pay for...
    Former NFL running back Zac Stacy allegedly whacked his ex-girlfriend with a bundle of mail while she was holding their baby - weeks before he was caught on camera brutally beating her. Shocking home surveillance footage this month showed Stacy, 30, repeatedly punching Kristin Evans and tossing her into the TV and their five-month-old son's bouncy seat as she begged for him to stop.  An arrest warrant for Stacy describes how he threw Evans around 'like a rag doll' in the November 13 incident at Evans's Oakland, Florida, home. But this was just the latest in a series of domestic disturbance calls that police responded to starting in August, according to allegations in police reports obtained by The Sun. Former NFL running back Zac Stacy allegedly whacked his ex-girlfriend Kristin Evans with a bundle a mail while she was holding their baby - weeks before he was caught on camera brutally beating her Zac Stacy (pictured left in his mugshot) is accused of domestic violence against his ex-girlfriend and the mother of his child, Kristin Evans (right) A Freedom of Information request...
    Share this: ON THIS DAY IN 1890, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “Old Fort Putnam and the rounded top of Crow’s Nest looked down upon an unwonted spectacle at West Point yesterday afternoon, one which had never come to pass in the history of the military academy. It was a game of football between the West Pointers and a team from the naval academy in Annapolis. Never before had a visiting team played within the sacred precincts of West Point, and never before had the two schools tried conclusions against each other in the athletic arena. It was, therefore, a remarkable occasion, and one long to be remembered by the cadets themselves, and by the crowd of visitors who witnessed the contest. This first meeting of the embryonic army and navy had been widely heralded by the alumni of Annapolis, who were mainly instrumental in bringing about the innovation, and in consequence an extended interest in the contest was aroused.” *** ON THIS DAY IN 1903, the Eagle reported, “A fire that completely destroyed Brooklyn’s most historic theater, the Academy...
    NBC Wendy Moten performing on November 29 on 'The Voice' with a broken elbow During a live taping of “The Voice” on November 23, contestant Wendy Moten fell onstage after a performance with the rest of Team Blake. Host Carson Daly called for the show to pause while they made sure Moten was okay. Blake Shelton went onstage to check on Moten himself. “We just had someone fall, we have some people coming to help now,” Daly explained. Later in the episode, Moten stood next to Daly and told the viewers at home she was okay. “I’m a little bruised, but you know what? I’m still ready to go,” Moten said. But on the November 29 episode of “The Voice,” it was revealed that Moten went to the hospital later that night. She broke her elbow as a result of the fall. Watch the video of Moten’s fall below: Play VideoVideo related to wendy moten performs with broken elbow she got on ‘the voice’2021-11-29T20:35:18-05:00 Moten Performed With a Broken Elbow View this post on Instagram A...
    Andrew Harrer-Pool/Getty Images. Fentanyl is an unfortunate fact of life in the United States. Like any product – legal or illegal – where there is demand, attempts to match supply will inevitably follow. In a nation plagued by addiction, the importation of illicit substances is all but inevitable. And so it’s a red-letter day when authorities are able to make large seizures at the border before the nasty stuff can travel through the country and eventually through the bodies of countless Americans. Previously this was an uncontroversial opinion. On Monday, however, the third-ranking Republican in the House of Representatives took a different approach and blamed President Joe Biden for, well, it’s not exactly clear what. Over 800 pounds of fentanyl were seized at our Southern Border in October. This is Biden’s Border Crisis. — Rep. Elise Stefanik (@RepStefanik) November 29, 2021 “Over 800 pounds of fentanyl were seized at our Southern Border in October,” Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) tweeted. “This is Biden’s Border Crisis.” Stefanik isn’t the first Republican in the House to hold up the seizure of...
    Trevor Bauer is catching some heat on Twitter after the controversial pitcher commented on Max Scherzer’s new contract with the New York Mets. One of baseball’s most controversial voices also happens to be one that draws attention whenever he has something to say. Trevor Bauer, who has become more active online since he initially stepped away from social media after sexual assault allegations were made against him, is weighing in on a former teammate’s new contract. Specifically, Bauer is talking about Max Scherzer’s new deal with the New York Mets. Short term deal for high AAV huh? Hmmm. Interesting. Congrats Max! — Trevor Bauer (トレバー・バウアー) (@BauerOutage) November 29, 2021 Bauer, no stranger to controversy, has been receiving plenty of replies who aren’t thrilled that he’s weighing in on the matter. Bauer appears to be referencing the way Scherzer’s contract is structured in a manner that has been similar to the way some of his own contracts have been set up over the past few years. While Bauer famously utilized short-term contracts in recent seasons, he’s not the only player...
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    Musical artist Karol G fell down the stairs on stage at her concert in a video posted to Twitter on Nov. 27. The video shows the singer on stage in Miami with dancers on either side of her. As the singer prepares to walk down a flight of stairs, she falls, landing on her hands and knees. A dancer comes over to help the singer, who eventually stands up amid the crowd’s cheers. Karol G hope she is okay pic.twitter.com/aoNmtocauq — World Latin Honey (@WorldLatinHoney) November 27, 2021 In another video posted to Twitter, the singer addressed the crowd after her fall. ???? @karolg after her fall with a speech to the audience at @FTXArena: “I wanted this to be perfect” #BICHOTATOUR pic.twitter.com/yxswYP9Jk3 — crema by mitú (@cremabymitu) November 27, 2021 “All my nails broke, I think my knee broke. Everything hurts,” the singer informed the crowd in Spanish, according to an article from NME. She also said she wanted the concert “to be perfect” after “having filled this arena for the first time in” her “life.” (RELATED:...
    Share this: ON THIS DAY IN 1918, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “GRAND FORKS, N.D. — A special cable dispatch to the Normanden in this city from Christiania indicates that the Nobel Peace Prize for 1918 may be awarded to President [Woodrow] Wilson, who, according to the dispatch, probably will be invited to visit the Norwegian capital in order to accept the prize. The Danish and Swedish governments also are said to consider extending an invitation to the president.” *** ON THIS DAY IN 1929, the Eagle reported, “Bearing the last of the returning American World War dead — 75 doughboys who gave their lives for their country in far-off Russia — the United States liner President Roosevelt docked in Hoboken at 8:30 this morning. By 10 o’clock the flag-wrapped coffins of the soldiers who had spent 10 years in lonely graves in the ice-covered Russian tundra, and who had then been brought half-way around the world, were taken from the hold of the ship and the first of two services for the dead was conducted. Fifty-six of the bodies...
              more   Scottsdale Unified School District Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg refuses to resign after outraged parents discovered a dossier of personal information that he or his father had collected about parents he’d had conflicts with over Critical Race Theory, COVID-19 restrictions and other issues. The rest of the school board voted Greenburg out on November 15 at its meeting, appointing fellow board member Patty Beckman as interim president to serve for the remainder of the calendar year, but Greenburg refuses to resign from the board. Instead, he’s making plans to further his career by running for the board of the Maricopa County Community College District, filing his intent to run on November 3. Scottsdale parent Tracey Davis said in an email to board members on November 23, “In a way [his refusal to resign] is good for those of us who wish to face him at the next board meeting and publicly identify all of the things that he has done against parents and students in our district. As one of “these f***ing people,” I plan to speak for the...
    NFL Twitter users tried to process the first half of Sunday’s sloppy Baltimore Ravens-Cleveland Browns game. The Week 12 slate of NFL games on Sunday concluded with the Baltimore Ravens hosting the Cleveland Browns. With the Cincinnati Bengals blowing out the Pittsburgh Steelers earlier in the day, both the Ravens and Browns were looking to pick up the pivotal victory. But, the first half of the game featured some seriously sloppy football. Five drives towards the tail-end of the half all featured a turnover, including three interceptions by Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. It was certainly a sight to behold, which had many Twitter users processing what they were watching, as well as making some quality memes in the process. ESSE BROWNS X RAVENS pic.twitter.com/xKW1I6Nssg — Gabriel Martins (@caradossports) November 29, 2021 Ravens vs Browns first half recap: pic.twitter.com/4pOyvPJmCp — Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz (@LeBatardShow) November 29, 2021 The Ravens and Browns trading turnovers tonight ???? pic.twitter.com/hTGiHXOU46 — br_betting (@br_betting) November 29, 2021 Summary of Browns-Ravens ???????? pic.twitter.com/k9D3xh8lfA — PFF (@PFF) November 29, 2021 Ravens...
    This is a rush transcript of "Fox News Sunday" on November 28, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. TRACE GALLAGHER, FOX NEWS ANCHOR:  I'm Trace Gallagher, in for Chris  Wallace.  A new coronavirus variant sends markets plummeting, as the world races to  contain and assess the threats.  (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) JOE BIDEN, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES:  We don't know a lot about the  variant, except it is a great concern, seems to spread rapidly.  GALLAGHER (voice-over): Stocks and oil plunge as new COVID fears rattle  markets. Countries rushed to restrict flights and impose new travel limits  as scientists determine the effectiveness of current vaccines on the new  variant.  We'll ask National Institutes of Health director, Dr. Frances Collins, what  this means for public health, and ask top economist Mohamed El-Erian about  the impact on the pandemic recovery.  And --  SEN. JOHN BARRASSO (R-WY):  We need to fund the government. The deadline is  December 3rd.  GALLAGHER:  From avoiding a government shutdown to raising the debt limit  and passing a critical defense spending bill, lawmakers...
    The uncle of an 11-year-old girl plowed down by an SUV during the Wisconsin Christmas parade massacre is sharing horrific details of the aftermath and says he hopes the career criminal charged in the ambush is jailed for life. U.S. Army veteran Ryan Kohnke – whose niece Jessalyn Torres remains on a ventilator a week after the attack – said he wants Darrell Brooks Jr. properly punished for allegedly killing six people and wounding 62 others. ‘I hope he spends the rest of his jail in isolation,’ Kohnke told Fox News’ Justice with Judge Jeanine. ‘I don’t think he’ll ever see general population because they’re afraid of what might happen to him.’ Kohnke said he was standing at the sidelines of the November 21 parade in Waukesha and watched helplessly as a red SUV broke through a safety barricade and barreled into the crowd.  Jessalyn, who was participating in the parade with the Waukesha Xtreme Dance group, had just passed through and Kohnke’s thoughts soon turned to his family’s safety as a man in the SUV began mowing down the...
    President Joe Biden was caught maskless Saturday inside a Nantucket store that requires customers wear face coverings. Photos and reports reveal Biden brazenly ignored a mask directive at the Murray’s Toggery Shop in Nantucket. Ignoring the store’s large “Required Face Covering” sign on the door compelling customers to don masks upon entrance, the commander-in-chief strolled right in. Biden not only defied the store’s policy but also Nantucket’s mask mandate. On November 18, the city reinstated the requirement because Nantucket’s coronavirus positivity rate reached the 69th percentile among nearby cities. SUPERCUT: Biden repeatedly promised to “shut down the virus.” SPOILER ALERT: He failed.pic.twitter.com/Yhffn1GXls — RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 15, 2021 Biden’s willingness to freely disregard face-covering rules occurred over Thanksgiving weekend while he and his family vacationed in Nantucket, a “private preserve” for “rich people” that joins “the ranks of other enclaves like Palm Beach, Aspen, the Hamptons and Sun Valley,” as the New York Times described. The presidential SUV is seen in front of Murray’s Toggery Shop, as U.S. President Joe Biden shops in the store in Nantucket, Massachusetts on November 27, 2021. (MANDEL NGAN/AFP via...
    ROME — The spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry said Sunday that Pope Francis mention of the Mediterranean Sea as a migrant “graveyard” cannot be construed to refer to Russia. Despite recent accusations against Russia as being responsible for the Belarusian-Polish migration crisis, ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova noted that the waters of the Mediterranean bathe neither the coasts of Russia nor those of Belarus. On Saturday, the pope lamented the unfriendly reception migrants often receive in Europe and elsewhere, going on to refer to the Mediterranean Sea as a graveyard. “How many have lost their lives at sea!” the pontiff said. “Today our sea, the Mediterranean, is a great cemetery.” Members of the Spanish NGO Maydayterraneo take a group of migrants from Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Pakistan to a rescue boat during the rescue of 65 migrants in the Mediterranean waters off the Libyan coast on February 10, 2020. (PABLO GARCIA/AFP via Getty) On November 9, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki accused Vladimir Putin of orchestrating the situation of the thousands of migrants trying to enter Poland from Belarus, warning that...
    Composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim attended one of his Broadway musicals eleven days before his death on Friday at the age of 91. The Broadway show, Company, reopened to audiences on November 15 following its suspension due to the pandemic, and Sondheim was seated in the orchestra of the theater to watch the musical, which he wrote in 1970.  As he walked to his seat, the crowd stood and gave him an ecstatic standing ovation as he came in from a side entrance into the theater just before showtime. Stephen Sondheim, 91, went to see one of his most famous shows less than two weeks before he passed away The nonagenarian could be seen being chaperoned to his seat in the fifth row of the theater Initially, few around him noticed as he made his way towards his seat in the auditorium The cast of the show turned to face the composer to as they dedicated the performance to him Those inside the theater got to their feet as they cheered on Sondheim as he was acknowledged  He moved along, a...
    An 11-year-old girl injured in the Wisconsin Christmas parade massacre remains on a ventilator nearly a week after a career criminal out on bail drove his SUV into spectators, killing six people and injuring 60. Jessalyn Torres, one of nine kids injured in the November 21 crash, suffered a broken pelvis and femur, a fractured skull, lacerations to her lungs, and lost a kidney after Darrell Brooks, 39, plowed through the Waukesha holiday parade. Torres's mother, Amber Kohnke, told the New York Post that her daughter remains at the Children's Wisconsin Hospital, where the anguished mom spent the Thanksgiving holiday beside her daughter in her hospital room.  'No mother should ever go through this. This is a very traumatic ordeal,' Kohnke, a mother of four, told the Post.  Jessalyn Torres, 11, pictured, one of nine kids injured in the November 21 crash, suffered a broken pelvis and femur, a fractured skull, lacerations to her lungs, and lost a kidney Torres, pictured center, was injured in the Waukesha Christmas Parade massacre and is still clinging to life and on a ventilator nearly a...
    Lincoln Riley is drawing major attention on social media from LSU power players. There has been serious speculation about whether or not Riley will leave Oklahoma for the Tigers, and while nothing has happened yet, that hasn’t stopped the rumor mill from spinning. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Lincoln Riley on the LSU rumors: “I coach at the University of Oklahoma. You know how I feel about this place and this program. We’ve all been down this road many times before. You guys know where I stand and that hasn’t changed.” — Jason Kersey (@jasonkersey) November 16, 2021 As pointed out on Twitter by @DillySanders, multiple major LSU figures, including Will Wade and Walker Howard, have followed Riley on Twitter. Lincoln Riley with some interesting new followers ???????? #LSU pic.twitter.com/7Jpo03NQtb — dylan sanders (@DillySanders) November 26, 2021 Now, does this mean a lot? No, but it’s certainly interesting. That much is for sure. Why are LSU figures randomly following Riley on Twitter? It doesn’t make much sense if he’s planning on...
    Three people, including a 10-year-old boy, were shot and three others sustained injuries Friday as a result of a shooting at a shopping mall in Durham, North Carolina. One person involved in the Black Friday shooting at The Streets at Southpoint Mall was detained, but others reportedly fled the scene. The shooting stemmed from an incident between two groups of people who knew each other, Durham Police Chief Patrice Andrews said at a press conference, according to CNN. DPD is investigating a shooting incident at The Streets at Southpoint. The mall is being evacuated and will be closed while DPD investigates the incident. Motorists are advised to avoid the area. There is no further threat at the mall. — DurhamPoliceNC (@TheDurhamPolice) November 26, 2021 Off-duty Durham police officers who were at the mall at the time of the incident called for backup at around 3:23 p.m. upon hearing gunshots in the building, NBC News reported. (RELATED: GRAPHIC VIDEO: Off-Duty Police Officer Kills Gunman In Baltimore) After about an hour, the police department tweeted of there being “no further threat”...
    Black Friday has brought mixed results for retailers and shopping centers at first glance, as some locales appear to have less foot traffic than Black Fridays of the past. CBS 46  journalist Rebekka Schramm was outside of a Best Buy in Buckhead, Georgia, early Friday morning. “Not much of a line outside the Best Buy in Buckhead before it opened at 5 a.m., but still some good bargains on this #BlackFriday,” Schramm tweeted.  #WakeUpATL! Not much of a line outside the Best Buy in Buckhead before it opened at 5 a.m., but still some good bargains on this #BlackFriday. I’m on the story. Join us now on @cbs46 ! pic.twitter.com/aedlxUQdkl — Rebekka Schramm (@SchrammCBS46) November 26, 2021 “Doors opened at Best Buy in Steele Creek at 5 a.m. for Black Friday shopping. The first person in line only got in line by 3:30 a.m,” WCNC reporter Kendall Morris tweeted from a Charlotte, North Carolina, Best Buy. “This is a store where I’ve seen people camp out days in advance in previous years to score a deal.” Doors opened at Best Buy in...
    The Delta variant of Covid has been a major story for some time now, but on Friday World Health Organization announced the name for a new, worrying variant: Omicron. President Joe Biden has been briefed on the new Omicron variant, which is reportedly spreading in South Africa. A White House official says that @POTUS was briefed on the new variant circulating in Southern Africa. Earlier today the @WHO designated it a “variant of concern” and dubbed it “Omicron.” #COVID19 — Margaret Brennan (@margbrennan) November 26, 2021 According to the WHO: The B.1.1.529 variant was first reported to WHO from South Africa on 24 November 2021. The epidemiological situation in South Africa has been characterized by three distinct peaks in reported cases, the latest of which was predominantly the Delta variant. In recent weeks, infections have increased steeply, coinciding with the detection of B.1.1.529 variant. The first known confirmed B.1.1.529 infection was from a specimen collected on 9 November 2021. This variant has a large number of mutations, some of which are concerning. Preliminary evidence suggests an increased risk of reinfection...
    A major Black Lives Matter group tweeted a message to followers that Thanksgiving is a day of “colonization” celebrated on “stolen land.” “You are eating dry turkey and overcooked stuffing on stolen land,” the Twitter account of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation tweeted Thursday. “Colonization never ended, it just became normalized.” Then, it provided a link to native-land.ca, so viewers could “Find out which ancestral homeland” they were “currently occupying.” You are eating dry turkey and overcooked stuffing on stolen land. pic.twitter.com/1Ob1RgBkvp — Black Lives Matter (@Blklivesmatter) November 25, 2021 The organization tweeted it was sending its “deepest love to families whose loved ones were stolen by state-sanctioned violence and white-supremacy” and offered “a special prayer for those who will forever have an #EmptySeatAtTheTable.” This #Thanksgiving we send our deepest love to families whose loved ones were stolen by state-sanctioned violence and white-supremacy. May we offer a special prayer for those who will forever have an #EmptySeatAtTheTable. — Black Lives Matter (@Blklivesmatter) November 25, 2021 BLM’s take on the holiday invoked criticism and pushback...
    Share this: ON THIS DAY IN 1951, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “Rome, Nov. 26 (AP) — Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower told the North Atlantic Treaty Council today that he was counting on the new ‘baby’ tactical atomic bombs for the defense of Europe against Communist aggression. Addressing the Military Committee of the council, Eisenhower said, however, that even the use of such bombs would not remove the need for 60 to 70 divisions of ground troops for his Atlantic Treaty defense forces … The Supreme Commander of the Atlantic forces said his Atlantic Treaty Command was ‘taking into account what new weapons might do to facilitate the task of building up strength in Europe … to face aggression.’” *** ON THIS DAY IN 1864, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “The Attempt to Burn New York. The people have of late been so frequently alarmed by reports of plots and conspiracies, which were believed by a large portion of our people to have had no existence outside of the brain of those who concocted them, and which, at all events have never...
    BOSTON (CBS) — The holidays are upon us – and ’tis the season for festive TV programs that the whole family can enjoy. CBS has just released its schedule of original movies and specials. There’s familiar favorites “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “Frosty The Snowman” on the calendar — plus new concert specials featuring Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett. Take a look at the full schedule set to air on WBZ-TV below. Many will also be available to watch on Paramount+ Thursday, November 25, 2021 Thanksgiving Day Parade 9 a.m. ***** Friday, November 26, 2021 Frosty The Snowman 8 p.m. Frosty Returns 8:30 p.m. ***** Saturday, November 27, 2021 Robbie The Reindeer: Hooves Of Fire 8 p.m. Robbie The Reindeer: Legends Of The Lost Tribe 8:30 p.m. The Story Of Santa Claus 9 p.m. ***** Sunday, November 28, 2021 One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett And Lady Gaga 8 p.m. ***** Sunday, December 5, 2021 The 23rd Annual A Home For The Holidays At The Grove 9:30 p.m. ***** Saturday, December11, 2021 Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer 8 p.m....
    Vice President Kamala Harris spent more than $500 on cookware appliances as Americans face rising costs and economic turmoil going into the holiday season, the Washington Free Beacon reported. During her four-day trip to Paris in mid-November, Harris visited high-end cookware store E. Dehillerin located outside of the Louvre museum. The vice president bought a $375 serving dish and a $160 frying pan, totaling 516 euros which equals nearly $600 at the current exchange rate, according to the Washington Free Beacon. An American tourist visiting Paris when Harris was at the store found out from a store clerk what the vice president purchased. (RELATED: VP Kamala Harris Sent To Play Nice With France After Biden Almost Ruins Relationship) “I was surprised that our vice president was out purchasing boutique pans in Paris,” the tourist said, according to Free Beacon. “She proclaimed at a press conference just a day earlier that her focus was on the American worker.” For comparison, Mauviel copper saucepan carried by luxury cookware brand Williams Sonoma, which is based out of California, costs between $200 and $285....
    OYSTER BAY, Long Island (WABC) -- A journal containing the earliest reference to Thanksgiving in New York is on display this month at a museum on Long Island.The Raynham Hall Museum in Oyster Bay is displaying from its collection the journal of 18th century Oyster Bay schoolmaster Zachariah Weekes.On November 25, 1759, Weekes wrote in his journal, "Last Thursday, being a day set apart by our Governor for publick Thanksgiving.""This is the very earliest mention of Thanksgiving in the colony of New York," said Claire Bellerjeau, a historian at the museum who made the discovery.ALSO READ | Black Friday deals: Make sure to shop earlyEMBED More News Videos Shop early! 7 On Your Side's Nina Pineda says jumping on Black Friday deals now could save you big time. Bellerjeau has since found other references to Thanksgiving in New York in late November 1759, including in a newspaper ad seeking a runaway slave.The ad with the headline, "Crown-Point Run-away" stated, "In the afternoon of Thursday, the 22nd of November (the Day appointed for publick Thanksgiving) went away from the Sugar Houfe...
    Not everyone seems to be satisfied with the outcome of the Ahmaud Arbery trial. Three men were found guilty on Wednesday of various offenses related to the death of Arbery, a 25-year-old killed while on a jog through a Georgia neighborhood. Travis McMichael, 35, was found guilty of malice murder , felony murder, aggravated assault, false imprisonment, and criminal attempt to commit a felony. Gregory McMichael, his 65-year-old father, is guilty of felony murder, aggravated assault, false imprisonment, and criminal attempt to commit a felony, as is their neighbor William Bryan, 52. THREE GEORGIA MEN FOUND GUILTY OF MURDERING AHMAUD ARBERY Some media pundits and activists didn't seem to think the possibility of life in prison was enough, noting that no matter what happens to Bryan or the McMichaels, Arbery shouldn't have died. MSNBC host Joy Reid was among the critics. Yet the fact that what surely was an open and shut case could literally have gone either way, and the fact that we had to hold our breath for this outcome shows the work we still...
    Getty K'Waun Williams (left) and Emmanuel Moseley tag team on the tackle of Darnell Mooney of the Chicago Bears during the 49ers' Halloween road win. The last time Emmanuel Moseley of the San Francisco 49ers allowed a touchdown his side: Week 9 of the 2020 season against the Green Bay Packers on November 5, 2020 — which was the first score of the game. The 25-year-old defender has since gone less than 390 days without surrendering a touchdown his side. And after this posted stat from CBS Sports, Moseley went on to be targeted twice by Trevor Lawrence of the Jacksonville Jaguars…and still no one crossed the goal line against the cornerback. ALL the latest 49ers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on 49ers newsletter here! Join Heavy on 49ers! Moseley has faced quite the gauntlet: All-Pro Davante Adams of Green Bay, 1,000-yard wideout Cooper Kupp of the Los Angeles Rams, the Seattle Seahawk Pro Bowl duo of D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett and All-Pro De’Andre Hopkins of Arizona. None scored going...
    Check out what’s coming up on our next show NOVEMBER 27 on JP Roofing FAN N’ATION with Hosts Daisy Jade and Rich Walsh:  -We’re sending Daisy Jade deep inside the Panther Pitt to meet some of the rowdiest fans in football. READ MORE: Report: 1 Dead After Small Plane Crashes In Grove City Area-Skin in the Game: Check out Rich Walsh’s new Pitt tattoo from Black Armor Tattoo. –412 Fan’atic: Meet Greg Leaper, a Steelers and Rod Woodson fan from Iowa. –Fan Cave: Get a good look at one of the most comprehensive Pens card collections in existence from Tom Sterling. READ MORE: Duquesne Police Searching For 14-Year-Old Destiny Poindexter-Meet Penguins Jesus, who blesses Pittsburgh as its sports prophet. -His creations have caught fire…See how you can get these custom works of art from woodworking artist Adam Mahr for your fan cave. -We’re headed backstage with 412 Rock Star Scott Blasey from the Clarks to hear his personal Pittsburgh sports stories. Watch Saturday at 7:30 pm on KDKA-TV or live stream on CBSN Pittsburgh on KDKA.com. Or watch an encore episode at 11 pm on Pittsburgh’s CW! Set your DVRs…You won’t want to miss it!...
    (CNN)The ex-girlfriend of former NFL player Zac Stacy testified Wednesday that she fears for her and her two children's safety after allegedly being violently assaulted by Stacy on November 13 in Oakland, Florida."I was punched, slapped, literally picked up and thrown into my TV and then (he) picked me up and slammed me into my son's bouncy seat by my throat. This is not the first time he has been violent with me. I am afraid for my safety and for my children's safety," Kristin Evans told 9th Circuit Judge Mark S. Blechman. In a joint motion filed by the Office of the State Attorney and Evans on November 19, Evans said that she specifically fears for her life. Evans asked the court to increase Stacy's bond and place him on home confinement, a request Blechman ultimately denied. Evans posted graphic video from the incident on her Instagram account and has publicly called on the NFL "to confront the reality that players are experiencing PTSD from their time playing pro-football." Read MoreCNN has reached out to the NFL. Former NFL...
    Getty Eagles LB Davion Taylor (52) was placed on injured reserve and could be out for the rest of the year. Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Davion Taylor will be headed to injured reserve. The second-year player underwent knee surgery on Tuesday after re-aggravating the injury against the New Orleans Saints. Judging by his Instagram story, Taylor could be out for the rest of the season. Taylor posted a photo of himself in a hospital bed with the caption: “Successful surgery. Road to recovery starts now.” Alex Singleton will now join T.J. Edwards to form a new starting linebacker tandem in Philly for the foreseeable future. Taylor’s loss isn’t crippling, but very unfortunate considering how well he had been playing over the past four weeks. Head coach Nick Sirianni wouldn’t rule the third-rounder out for the year, adding there’s a chance he could return in 2021. Coach Sirianni provides an update on @DaviionTaylor pic.twitter.com/hmotSoNfEp — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) November 24, 2021 Philadelphia signed Christian Elliss to the practice squad to fill the extra roster spot. The 6-foot-3, 228-pounder was released...
    New York Mets owner Steve Cohen subtweeted Steven Matz and his agent for signing with the St. Louis Cardinals at the last minute.  The Mets have had a rough time of it this offseason. No one wanted to be their president, they just landed their GM Billy Eppler after an excruciating search, and now, players appear to be backing out of deals at the last minute. The Mets are still in the hunt for a pitcher, and it seems they were ready to finalize a deal with Steven Matz. At the last minute, Matz signed a four-year, $44 million deal with the St. Louis Cardinals. Eppler told Matz’s agent, Rob Marin, that he was “upset.” Mets GM Billy Eppler told Matz’s agent Rob Martin he was upset. Mets thought they’d have a final chance and didn’t get it. Word from Matz camp is he had a late change of heart, — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) November 24, 2021 Clearly, the Mets camp wasn’t happy with the way Matz’s agent handed the negotiations, but Mets owner Steve Cohen took the situation...