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  • Former President Trump under fire for Mar-a-Lago dinner guests

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  • Black Friday rakes in record-breaking $9 billion in online sales alone

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  • TSA responds to report of threat with a straight razor onboard flight

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  • Messy holiday travel weather forecast

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  • The legendary Rockettes share their spectacular stories of sisterhood

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  • Fentanyl delivered illegally via Uber Connect

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  • Black Friday shoppers back in stores as Covid restrictions wind down

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  • Walmart shooter purchased handgun just hours before shooting, investigators reveal

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  • Around 166 million Black Friday shoppers expected amid inflation

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  • China factory protests could disrupt U.S. supply chain

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  • Black Friday shopping may look more like years past

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  • Steven Spielberg’s new film ‘The Fablemans’ sheds light on antisemitism

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  • Chef makes it his mission to preserve Indigenous cuisine

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  • Tripledemic exposing childcare crisis

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  • Chesapeake, Virginia community in mourning after Walmart shooting

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  • U.S. troops in Baltics show sign of unity to Ukraine

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Historic storm burying western New York

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At least 77 inches of snow was reported in the Buffalo Bill’s home of Orchard Park alone, with an estimated 66 inches in just 24 hours marking a New York state all-time record. New York’s governor is surveying the damage saying about 280 people had to be rescued, with the National Guard helping get people to dialysis appointments. Tonight, nine million people across six states remain under winter weather alerts.