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UK royals brace as Harry-Meghan doc promises 'full truth'

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s monarchy braced for more bombshells to be lobbed over the palace gates Thursday as Netflix released the first three episodes of a series that promises to tell the “full truth” about Prince Harry and Meghan’s estrangement from the royal family. Promoted with two dramatically edited trailers that hinted at racism and a “war against Meghan,” the series “Harry & Meghan” is the couple’s latest effort to tell the world why they walked away from royal life and moved to Southern California almost three years ago. It is expected to expand on criticism of the royal family and British media delivered in a series of interviews over the past 18 months. Netflix released the first three hour-long episodes on Thursday, with three more due Dec. 15. The documentary includes video diaries recorded by Meghan and Harry — apparently on their phones — in March 2020, amid the couple’s acrimonious split from the royal family and move to the United States. Harry says in the footage that it’s “my duty to uncover the exploitation and bribery” that happens in British media.
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England player Raheem Sterling to return to World Cup

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Raheem Sterling will rejoin England’s World Cup squad after a break-in at his home in the U.K. The Chelsea forward had left England’s camp in Qatar to be with his family, which meant he missed his country’s 3-0 win against Senegal in the round of 16 on Sunday.
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Dutchess woman accused of stealing more than $700,000 from former employer

POUGHKEEPSIE – The Dutchess County District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday announced a 1,330-count indictment against 55-year-old Suzanne Whitman of Poughkeepsie. Whitman is accused of stealing nearly $715,000 from her employer, Fishkill Auto Body, while she was employed as the company’s bookkeeper. The District Attorney’s Office said that...
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY
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Person walks into hospital with gunshot wound; Dayton Police investigating

Dayton — One person walked into Miami Valley hospital with a gunshot wound early Thursday morning. Police were told by the hospital that one person came in with a gunshot wound around 4:04 a.m., according to Montgomery County Regional dispatch. >>1 wounded in Xenia shooting during confrontation inside home,...
DAYTON, OH
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Buffalo High School Groups Team Together for “Toys for Tots”

A number of groups at Buffalo High School have teamed together for collections for the local Toys for Tots campaign. The Bison Backcourt Club, Buffalo Girls Basketball Boosters, Buffalo Boys and Girls Basketball, and the National Honor Society are sponsoring the event tonight (Thursday) during the varsity boys’ and girls’ basketball games. Game times are 5:30 PM for the girls, and 7:15 PM for the boys.
BUFFALO, MN
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Sterling to rejoin England World Cup squad ahead of France quarter-final after armed break-in at family home

England forward Raheem Sterling is heading back to Qatar ahead of Saturday's match with France after returning home to deal with a family issue. WHAT THEY SAID?: "Raheem Sterling will return to England’s World Cup base in Qatar," read a Football Association statement. "The Chelsea forward temporarily left to attend to a family matter but is now expected to rejoin the squad in Al Wakrah on Friday (9 December) ahead of the quarter-final with France."
Jamestown Press

Ukrainian group selling solar-powered lanterns

That is life in Ukraine after the relentless bombing of energy infrastructure that’s left millions of families in Ukraine without heat or light in their homes. These citizens now face a fearful winter of darkness and cold, according to the Jamestown Ukraine Relief Project, and without power to recharge their cellphones, even normal contact with their families will be nearly impossible.
Tennis Tonic

Why Nick Kyrgios opted to play the Diriyah Tennis Cup instead of the Davis Cup

Nick Kyrgios is about to start his run at the Diriyah Tennis Cup. Some tennis fans were not impressed with his decision not to play in the Davis Cup to instead play the exhibition in Riyadh. The Diriyah Tennis Cup has rather large prize money with potentially huge appearance fees. The winner of the competition will park at $1,000,000 and the runner-up $500,000.
WASHINGTON STATE
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2nd-lowest score in Boston’s history; Larry Bird, Antoine Walker triple-double

On this day in Boston Celtics history, in the very first NBA season of the storied franchise’s existence in 1946, the Celtics scored their second-lowest point total in franchise history in their 17th game of existence in the Basketball Association of America (BAA – a precursor league to the NBA). The ignominious honor came on the road in a 62-44 loss to the New York Knicks, the Celtics’ 14th loss of a very rough inaugural campaign for the franchise.
BOSTON, MA

Campbell Soup posts double-digit gains for sales, earnings

CAMDEN – Campbell Soup Co. has reported double-digit increases for sales and earnings for its latest quarter, and the food firm is hoping for more gains. "Our fiscal year's off to a fast start," Mark Clouse, Campbell's president and CEO, said in announcing first quarter results on Wednesday. At the same time, he acknowledged,...
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THAT GAP. Fans comment on Stefanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev keeping their distance.

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev are among the top players who participate in the Diriyah Tennis Cup in Saudi Arabia. Stefanos and Daniil are well known for not being best friends, especially after their incredible altercation in Miami in 2018. During one of the ritual pictures taken in Riyadh before the competition, the tennis fans did not miss the fact that it was a significant gap between Stefanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev.