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CHICAGO (CBS) — A four-day pause in fighting in the war between Israel and Hamas took effect Friday morning – but the protests and demonstrations continued in Chicago. As CBS 2’s Noel Brennan reported, Black Friday shoppers on . . .

The biggest shopping event of the year is a great opportunity to beef up your gaming setup. As part of

Watch Billboard Music Award The comedy “Colin from Accounts” tends to surprise viewers who tune in expecting one thing, and realizing it’s something else altogether. It’s a romantic comedy with a most unusual name (read on if you want to find out who “Colin” actually is) and has become a phenomenon first in Australia, then […]

Quick takes: RSV climbs in US, H5N1 avian flu variant, polio in 6 …  University of Minnesota Twin Cities Source link

Detailed. Delicate. Colorful. Laurentine Périlhou’s three-dimensional flowers look more like embroidery than macramé, the traditional knotting technique long associated with 1970s wall art and plant hangers. “People never imagined we could do this kind of thing with knots,” Ms. Périlhou, 38, said as she turned over the arched petal of a knotted white and gold […]

CPI October reading due early Tuesday Boeing up on report China plans to end 737 deal freeze Medtech companies rally after data on weight loss drug Dow up 0.16%, S&P dips 0.08%, Nasdaq down . . .

U.S. House Republicans are continuing to use government spending bills to engage in culture war battles, with legislation debated during the past week that would ban pride flags on some federal buildings, strip funding from a new museum for Latino history and target certain LGBTQ and racial equity policies and programs. The hot-button provisions in […]

The filmmaker Raoul Peck was sitting in a Toronto hotel lobby talking to a reporter when Barry Jenkins beelined over to embrace him. The two know each other, though it had been years since they saw one another. They also share a mutual affection for James Baldwin. Peck made the incisive, incendiary Oscar-nominated 2017 documentary […]

Comment on this storyComment GRANADA, Spain — In a week when financial support from Ukraine’s biggest backer, the United States, suddenly looks shaky, European leaders gathered in southern Spain on Thursday to talk about what would need to happen to extend Ukraine the support of European Union membership. There is broad consensus among . . […]

US authorities have brought charges and sanctions against Chinese companies and executives they claim supply chemicals used to make fentanyl amid an opioid crisis in the US. The United States has imposed sanctions and launched indictments against dozens of Chinese companies and individuals it claims are involved in the illegal trade of the highly-addictive drug […]

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