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Month: November 2023

What’s streaming this weekend: Indiana Jones, Paris Hilton, Super Mario and ‘Ladies of the 80s’

By The Associated Press This week’s new entertainment releases include albums from Dove Cameron and Peter Gabriel, Harrison Ford’s last hurrah as Indiana Jones swings onto Disney+ and Elvis will be honored with a starry special “Christmas at Graceland” featuring Post Malone, Alanis Morissette, John Legend, Kacey Musgraves and Kane Brown. Paris Hilton has lately

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The AP Interview: Ukraine’s Zelenskyy says the war with Russia is in a new phase as winter looms

By JAMES JORDAN, SAMYA KULLAB and ILLIA NOVIKOV Associated Press KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says the war with Russia is in a new stage, with winter expected to complicate fighting after a summer counteroffensive that failed to produce desired results due to enduring shortages of weapons and ground forces. Despite setbacks,

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Unos escaladores encontraron el cuerpo de esta mujer enterrado en una zona rural de Nevada hace más de 26 años. Las autoridades acaban de revelar su identidad

Melissa Velásquez Loaiza (CNN) — Más de 26 años después de que se descubriera el cadáver de una mujer enterrado bajo un montón de rocas en una zona rural de Nevada, las autoridades anunciaron que establecieron su identidad. Este viernes, la Oficina Regional del Médico Forense del Condado de Washoe dijo que Lorena Gayle Mosley,

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Dean Phillips criticizes Florida Democrats for his absence from primary ballot

By Arit John, CNN (CNN) — Rep. Dean Phillips, the Minnesota Democrat running an upstart primary challenge against President Joe Biden, accused Florida Democrats of disenfranchising voters in the state after he and other challengers were excluded from a list of official candidates. Florida Democrats voted during their state party convention in October to submit

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DeSantis and Newsom lob insults and talk some policy in a faceoff between two White House aspirants

By STEVE PEOPLES and WILL WEISSERTAssociated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Two big-state governors with presidential ambitions, California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom and Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, argued Thursday over the economy, pandemic restrictions and President Joe Biden’s leadership in a prime-time showdown filled with fiery clashes over policy and personal insults. “This is a

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Former Marine pleads guilty to firebombing Southern California Planned Parenthood clinic in 2022

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — A former U.S. Marine pleaded guilty in federal court on Thursday to firebombing a Southern California Planned Parenthood clinic in 2022, prosecutors said. Chance Brannon, 24, also said he made plans for additional attacks on a second Planned Parenthood clinic, a Southern California Edison substation and an LGBTQ pride night

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Mediators scrambling for Israel-Hamas truce extension, as hostages-for-prisoners swaps get harder

By WAFAA SHURAFA, JACK JEFFERY and MELANIE LIDMAN Associated Press DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Mediators are scrambling to extend an Israel-Hamas truce set to expire just after daybreak Friday. This follows daily exchanges of hostages held by Hamas for Palestinians imprisoned by Israel during a week-long pause in fighting. Virtually all of those

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