ShowBiz Minute: WRLD, Kennedy Center, Miss Universe

ShowBiz Minute: WRLD, Kennedy Center, Miss Universe

Rapper Juice WRLD dies after medical emergency in Chicago; Big Bird, Ronstadt, Sally Field celebrated at Kennedy Center; Miss South Africa wins the Miss Universe competition.
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FL Gov. wants more vetting for foreign trainees

FL Gov. wants more vetting for foreign trainees

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis called for heightened vetting of foreign nationals bound for training on US bases. The FBI confirms it is operating on the assumption that Friday's attack in Pensacola by a Saudi flight student was an act of terrorism.
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Ocasio-Cortez 'thrilled to see women taking the reins everywhere from film to Congress'

Ocasio-Cortez 'thrilled to see women taking the reins everywhere from film to Congress'

Joining the cast at the world premiere of "Little Women," U.S. politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says "change is happening" everywhere from film to Congress.
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Puppeteers remember Caroll Spinney

Puppeteers remember Caroll Spinney

The puppeteers behind Elmo, the Cookie Monster, and Abby Cadabby, call former Big Bird actor Caroll Spinney an "inspiration" and a "creative genius."
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AP Top Stories December 9

AP Top Stories December 9

Here's the latest for Monday December 9th: Deadly volcanic eruption in New Zealand; House Intel. Committee's impeachment findings go to Judiciary Committee; Pensacola attack investigated as act of terrorism; Sesame Street honored.
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Miss South Africa crowned Miss Universe

Miss South Africa crowned Miss Universe

Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa wins the 2019 Miss Universe competition, becoming the third South African to win the honor.
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Caroll Spinney remembered at Kennedy Center Honors

Caroll Spinney remembered at Kennedy Center Honors

Sally Field, Linda Rondstadt and Sesame Street were among the recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors. Sesame Street was honored on the day that original Big Bird Puppeteer Caroll Spinney died at age 85.
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New Zealand volcano erupts

New Zealand volcano erupts

A New Zealand volcanic island spewed a massive eruption while dozens of tourists were exploring it on Monday. The site was still too dangerous hours later for police and rescuers to search for the missing.
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AP tracks hundreds of accidental police shootings

AP tracks hundreds of accidental police shootings

An Associated Press investigation found law enforcement officers across the U.S. accidentally fire their weapons every year, sometimes causing injuries and deaths, and experts say it’s a result of a lack of training.
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Today in History for December 9th

Today in History for December 9th

Britain's Prince Charles and Princess Diana announce they are separating; The Charge of the Light Brigade - is published in Britain; Solidarity union leader Lech Walesa is elected president in Poland; Actor Kirk Douglas is born.
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Warren: Voters ready for female ticket

Warren: Voters ready for female ticket

Elizabeth Warren says she believes Americans are ready for a presidential ticket with two women at the top, rejecting concerns from some Democrats that a woman cannot beat President Donald Trump.
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AP Top Stories December 8

AP Top Stories December 8

Here are the top stories for Sunday, December 8th: No arrests in naval base shooting; Warren open to all-female ticket; Crews battle huge wildfire in Australia; The man behind Big Bird dies.
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FBI presumes base shooting was act of terrorism

FBI presumes base shooting was act of terrorism

The FBI says that no arrests have been made in the deadly shooting at the Florida naval base shooting and that all international students at the base have been accounted for.
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AP Top Stories December 7

AP Top Stories December 7

Here are the top stories for Saturday, Dec. 7th: Saudi Kin to help Pensacola families says Trump; Shooting inspires blood donations; Paris protestors demand economic justice; Tains, h0ome s and even people ara part of a gingerbread model town.
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Today in History for December 8th

Today in History for December 8th

America enters World War Two; Former Beatle John Lennon is shot to death in New York.
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Trump on shooting, impeachment, prisoner exchange

Trump on shooting, impeachment, prisoner exchange

Just months after senior U.S. officials delivered substantial military aid to Saudi Arabia to counter threats from Iran, America's relationship with the kingdom is being tested by a Saudi Air Force student's shooting spree at a U.S. Navy base.
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Tear gas fired at Yellow Vest protesters

Tear gas fired at Yellow Vest protesters

Paris police on Saturday clashed with yellow vest activists joining a wave of protest actions against the government's overhaul of France's national retirement system.
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STILLS Iran frees American for US-held scientist

STILLS Iran frees American for US-held scientist

Iran and the US conducted a prisoner exchange on Saturday that saw a detained scholar released for an Iranian scientist held by America, marking a rare diplomatic breakthrough between Tehran and Washington after months of tensions.
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Today in History for December 7th

Today in History for December 7th

On this date in 1941, Japanese forces attack the home base of the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii - prompting America under President Franklin D. Roosevelt to enter World War II.
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Jury: Musk did not defame British caver in tweet

Jury: Musk did not defame British caver in tweet

Elon Musk did not defame a cave explorer when he called him “pedo guy” in a tweet, a Los Angeles jury found. Vernon Unsworth helped rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in a Thailand cave and angered Musk by belittling his effort to help.
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Saudi student opens fire, kills 3 at Fl Naval base

Saudi student opens fire, kills 3 at Fl Naval base

The government of Saudi Arabia has condemned a fatal shooting by a Saudi aviation student at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida.
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Town mourns loss of soldiers in chopper crash

Town mourns loss of soldiers in chopper crash

A Minnesota community is mourning the deaths of three National Guard soldiers killed Thursday when their helicopter crashed during a maintenance test flight
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AP Top Stories December 6

AP Top Stories December 6

Here are the top stories for Friday, Dec. 6th: Suspect in Naval Air Station shooting identified; House passes voting rights bill; White House touts jobs report; More transportation mayhem in France.
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UPS truck removed from scene after shooting

UPS truck removed from scene after shooting

Officials in Coral Gables, Florida moved the UPS truck involved in Thursday's chase and shooting that left 4 dead. Both robbery suspects were killed along with the driver and another motorist when officers ran up and opened fire.
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Pensacola shooter was Saudi aviation student

Pensacola shooter was Saudi aviation student

An aviation student from Saudi Arabia opened fire in a classroom at the Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday morning, the Florida governor said, an attack that left three dead in addition to the assailant.
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Trump WH to take on light bulbs and toilet flushes

Trump WH to take on light bulbs and toilet flushes

President Trump is defending his rollback of light bulb efficiency standards, saying the new bulbs give him "an orange look." He also says the EPA is looking at water efficiency regulations, complaining toilets need to be flushed too many times.
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Pensacola shooter Saudi Arabian aviation student

Pensacola shooter Saudi Arabian aviation student

Florida's governor has confirmed that the shooter at the Naval Air Station Pensacola was a Saudi military member who was in aviation training at the base.
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Trump gets call from Saudi King over Fla. shooting

Trump gets call from Saudi King over Fla. shooting

President Donald Trump says he has spoken to Saudi Arabia's King over the shooting at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola. He said that Saudi King Salman told him "the Saudi people are greatly angered by the barbaric actions of the shooter."
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'Jagged Little Pill' premieres on Broadway

'Jagged Little Pill' premieres on Broadway

"Jagged Little Pill" had its Broadway opening in New York. The musical is based on Morissette's music and written by Oscar winner Diablo Cody.
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Andrew Yang able to balance fun, serious message

Andrew Yang able to balance fun, serious message

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang says it's possible to enjoy yourself on the campaign trail and still deliver a serious message. Video of Yang squirting whipped cream into the mouths of men at a campaign office has attracted a lot of ...
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First lady reads story to hospitalized kids

First lady reads story to hospitalized kids

Melania Trump is continuing the tradition of first ladies reading a story to children too sick to leave the hospital for the holidays. The first lady toured a short-stay unit and a surgical unit at Children's National hospital.
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House taking up bill to fight voter suppression

House taking up bill to fight voter suppression

House lawmakers are about to vote on a bill aimed at combatting voter suppression that Democrats say has occured in nearly two dozen states in the wake of a Supreme Court decision six years ago.
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Kudlow touts 'spectacular' jobs report

Kudlow touts 'spectacular' jobs report

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow praised the new jobs numbers released Friday, calling it "a heck of a good report." The report showed unemployment fell to a 50-year-low as hiring in the U.S. jumped to its highest level since January.
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4 dead, including shooter, at Florida naval base

4 dead, including shooter, at Florida naval base

A shooter opened fire in a classroom building at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola on Friday morning in an attack that left four people dead, including the assailant, and multiple people wounded.
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CT mother found dead, Amber Alert issued for girl

CT mother found dead, Amber Alert issued for girl

Police released the name of the mother of a still missing 1-year-old toddler who was found dead inside a Connecticut home.
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Weinstein accused of mishandling ankle monitor

Weinstein accused of mishandling ankle monitor

Harvey Weinstein violated his bail conditions by mishandling his electronic ankle monitor — sometimes going unaccounted for hours at a time, a New York prosecutor argued Friday.
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Harvey Weinstein arrives at court in New York

Harvey Weinstein arrives at court in New York

Harvey Weinstein arrived at a New York City courtroom Friday for a pretrial hearing in his rape and sexual assault case.
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ShowBiz Minute: Kelly, Swift, Hart

ShowBiz Minute: Kelly, Swift, Hart

R. Kelly charged with paying bribe before marrying Aaliyah; Documentary on Taylor Swift to kick off the next Sundance Film Festival; Kevin Hart joins "Jumanji: The Next Level" cast at film's London premiere, following his serious car accident in S...
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On This Day 6 December 1969

On This Day 6 December 1969

Violence erupted at star-studded, free Altamont Rock Festival
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Andrew Yang: Trump is not cause of our problems

Andrew Yang: Trump is not cause of our problems

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang tells the AP his "21st century" modern campaign is reaching voters through podcasts and and outreach. He also says Donald Trump is not the cause of our problems.
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AP Top Stories December 6

AP Top Stories December 6

Here's the latest for Friday December 6th: 4 dead after South Florida chase and shootout; Minnesota National Guard helicopter crash kills 3; Pelosi says Democrats will draft articles of impeachment; Activist Greta Thunberg in Madrid for climate me...
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Florida UPS Truck shootout captured on video

Florida UPS Truck shootout captured on video

A WCSV/WTVJ Photographer captured on camera the moments that the fatal shootout began in South Florida on Thursday. The shootout followed a robbery and high-speed chase.
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Stolen UPS truck chase ends with shootout, 4 dead

Stolen UPS truck chase ends with shootout, 4 dead

Four people, including a UPS driver, were killed Thursday after robbers stole the driver’s truck and led police on a chase that ended in gunfire at a busy South Florida intersection during rush hour, the FBI said.
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Feds grapple with child exploitation on dark web

Feds grapple with child exploitation on dark web

As graphic images of child exploitation and abuse rise on the dark web, federal investigators use the latest digital technology and old fashion "shoe leather" investigative techniques, to try to rescue victims and put perpetrators behind bars.
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Did Italian priest father two African sons?

Did Italian priest father two African sons?

When Gerald Erebon accused a priest of being his father, church officials refused to compel a DNA test to check the Kenyan man’s claims. After The Associated Press wrote about the case, another man came forward with a key piece of the puzzle.
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Today in History for December 6th

Today in History for December 6th

Jefferson Davis dies in New Orleans; Four people die at a free Rolling Stones concert at the Altamont Speedway in Livermore, California; America's first attempt to put a satellite into orbit fails; Jazz pianist Dave Brubeck is born.
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Governor: 3 dead in military helicopter crash

Governor: 3 dead in military helicopter crash

Minnesota's governor says all 3 National Guard soldiers were killed when the Black Hawk helicopter they were in crashed shortly after takeoff.
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Tufts University removes Sackler sign from bldg

Tufts University removes Sackler sign from bldg

A maintenance worker has used a hammer and a flexible wall scrapper to remove the name of the billionaire family that owns OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma from a Tufts University building.
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