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The Omicron variant has sparked new travel restrictions. Are more COVID rules ahead?The new omicron variant threatens to tighten travel restrictions around the globe just as they were easing due to rising COVID-19 vaccination rates.
     

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Stephen Sondheim, musical theater legend behind 'Sweeney Todd' and 'Into the Woods', has diedStephen Sondheim, the musical theater titan behind the groundbreaking musicals "Sweeney Todd" and "Follies," has died.
     

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Black Friday 2021 is here—shop 375+ of the best deals from Amazon, Walmart, Target, Best Buy and moreWe've rounded up of the best Black Friday deals from Target, Walmart, and Amazon. Save on AirPods, TVs, laptops, mattresses and furniture.
     

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Omar calls on House leadership to take 'appropriate action' against Boebert after Islamophobic commentsA video on Twitter showed Boebert at a campaign event using anti-Muslim rhetoric against Omar, who wants House leadership to take "appropriate action."
     

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Afghan girl from famous cover photo evacuated to Italy following Taliban takeoverSharbat Gulla, the green-eyed "Afghan Girl," has arrived in Italy as part of the West's evacuation of Afghans following the Taliban takeover.
     

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Opinion: Michigan made gutsy decision last year to keep Jim Harbaugh. It has already paid off.You could argue the best move of the entire coaching carousel last year was the one Michigan didn't make: The Wolverines didn't fire Jim Harbaugh.
     

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Suspect in Waukesha parade attack has history of domestic violence. Experts aren't surprised.Experts and advocates who help survivors of domestic abuse say it's a troubling pattern they've seen repeatedly in mass casualty events.
     

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Target Black Friday 2021 too big to miss: Save on KitchenAid, Apple, SamsungTarget Black Friday 2021 is here: Shop the best deals on Apple Watches, Roku TVs, LG TVs, Xbox, KitchenAid and more.
     

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Toys bring special joy to kids at the holidays. Inflation could play Grinch with donations this year.Toy prices are up amid record inflation, leaving Toys for Tots and other charities working to make up the difference ahead of Hanukkah and Christmas.
     

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What is happening at Ukraine's border? Putin's buildup of Russian troops sparks concernA previous build-up of Russian forces on the border preceded Moscow's annexation of Crimea. President Vladimir Putin is threatening Ukraine again.
     

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'She just worked.' How an eighth grade girl shows football's greatest triumphs aren't winsAriana Luna is a proud member of the Muscogee Creek Nation. She is a student council leader. And she was the starting center for her football team.
     

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It's not just you, Uber and Lyft rides are more expensive: How to keep costs downWhile Lyft and Uber expect prices to drop as the pandemic ebbs, industry experts say costs will remain elevated throughout the holiday travel season.
     

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Shop massive markdowns on Galaxy phones, TVs and more at Samsung's epic Black Friday saleSamsung Black Friday 2021 deals are here. You can save hundreds on Samsung TVs, Galaxy phones, Galaxy buds, tablets and other electronics.
     

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$25,000 in luxury purses stolen in latest 'grab and go' theft in California: What to knowAbout $25,000 worth of luxury purses were stolen from a Nordstrom store in LA. Here's what to know about the 'flash mob' thefts.
     

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Charlottesville sends message to the hearts of Americans from the heart of the old ConfederacyIn social-media era, 'Unite the Right' imagery can fuel idea that America is hopelessly divided. Charlottesville verdict tells us something else.
     

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Why are we so obsessed with tracking our Black Friday purchases? It's complicated.Psychologists explain the real reason you're obsessively tracking your online purchases.
     

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Hulu Black Friday Deal: Get a full year of Hulu for less than $1 per month—if you hurryHulu's legendary Black Friday deal is back—Right now you can sign up for $0.99/month for a year, one of the best streaming deals we've seen this year.
     

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Stanley Tucci celebrates Thanksgiving with brother-in-law John Krasinski: See the viral picStanley Tucci is reminding fans that he and John Krasinski are brothers-in-law with his latest Thanksgiving post.
     

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'Join in on the fun': What's it like to hold up a balloon in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade?What's it like to hold a balloon in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade? Kate McCarthy, Reviewed's social media head, gives us her first-person account.
     

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'They weren't breaking up': Here's why Peter Jackson's 'Get Back' defies Beatles historyEven The Beatles remember "Let It Be" as their breakup project. Peter Jackson's new Disney+ documentary "Get Back" suggests history got it wrong.
     

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Democrats and Republicans compete for title of who's more foolish in leading AmericaElections show many voters may well be searching for an alternative to the Democratic Party to lead. Too bad Republicans aren't giving them one.
     

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'House of Gucci' fact check: Was Salma Hayek's character a witch? Did Maurizio flee to Switzerland?'House of Gucci' is surprisingly accurate in its depiction of the murder of Maurizio Gucci. Here's what's true and what isn't in the new movie.
     

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The Beatles' 'Get Back': The timeline that led them to that famous rooftop concertA look at the events leading up to The Beatles' last live performance: Their unforgettable rooftop concert on London's Savile Row in 1969.
     

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Police recruitment was already tough. Attacks on qualified immunity make matters worse.It is imperative to understand what qualified immunity is, but it is even more critical to understand what it is not.
     

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'Grattitude' with attitudeArtist Peter Tunney's exclusive "GRATTITUDE" and "LIBERTY" artwork using USA TODAY NETWORK pages is available as NFTs to benefit charity.
     

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Holiday foodsShopping tips, recipes, how-to guides and everything you need for stress-free cooking during the best part of the year.
     

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Why are American colleges addressing caste discrimination? An 'opportunity to educate'Caste is unfamiliar to many Americans, but colleges, at the urging of South Asian students, are including it in their anti-discrimination policies.
     

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Not a 'two-sides issue': Transgender people exist. Why is there a debate over whether they should have rights?For a transgender person to feel like their very existence is being debated – or denied – is devastating, experts say.
     

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What LGBTQ, Native American and other civil rights leaders learned from Black protestersIn the late '60s, activists fighting for civil rights for women, Native Americans, Chicanos and other groups were inspired by Black protesters.
     

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'No longer the cool story:' 106-0 win has obscured Inglewood High football's incredible riseThe Inglewood High football team was roundly criticized when it won a game 106-0, but the program is having inspiring success on and off the field.
     

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What's in a name? For families desperate for a diagnosis, knowing the cause of illness mattersMedicine has made strides understanding rare genetic diseases but many patients, often children, face a diagnostic odyssey to find out what is wrong.
     

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Hidden books, secret meetings, precious hope: In Afghanistan, girls risk it all for an educationThe Taliban effectively banned education for the majority of girls in Afghanistan. But many are now studying in secret.
     

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Women would be required to register with the Selective Service if this amendment becomes lawA congressional amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act to see women register in case of a military draft has mostly bipartisan support.
     

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Easy as (apple) pie: What apples are best? How long to cook? A step-by-step guide to the perfect pieThe thought of making an apple pie from scratch can seem intimidating, but it's easier than you think. Here's a step-by-step guide to the perfect pie.
     

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From Capitol riot to cicadas, outer space to the Suez Canal: A visual dive into 2021's biggest storiesIn 2021, we showed you broken parts of the environment, infrastructure and international relations. Here are a few of our favorite visual stories.
     

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How Reviewed experts pick products and deals for shoppers (sometimes they set things on fire)Staffers test thousands of products to bring readers deals. Sometimes that involves setting aprons on fire.
     

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Native food is more than a Thanksgiving spread. What Indigenous chefs want you to know about their incredibly diverse cuisine.Experts point to many reasons behind the scarcity of Native restaurants but most are rooted in a history of cultural erasure and displacement.
     

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