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Protest-hit Iran abolishes morality police

Iran has scrapped its morality police after more than two months of protests triggered by the death of Mahsa Amini following her arrest for allegedly violating the country's strict female dress code, local media said Sunday. - Thousands arrested - Iran's regional rival Saudi Arabia also employed morality police to enforce female dress codes and other rules of behaviour.
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Smithsonian explores how entertainment shaped America

"Entertainment Nation/Nación del espectáculo," a new exhibition at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., features artifacts from 150 years of music, sports and moving images. CBS News' John Dickerson gets a tour, and looks at how Prince, "The Wizard of Oz" and "Star Wars" helped define our national character.
WASHINGTON, DC
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Marist vs. Maine prediction, odds, line: 2022 Basketball Hall of Fame London Showcase picks from proven model

The Marist Red Foxes look to extend their winning streak to three games when they take on the Maine Black Bears in non-conference action at the Basketball Hall of Fame London Showcase on Sunday morning. The Red Foxes (3-4), who are coming off a 52-39 win over Columbia on Monday, tied for fifth in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference a year ago with a 9-11 conference and 14-16 overall record. The Black Bears (4-3), who dropped a 72-67 decision at Fordham on Wednesday, placed 10th in the America East Conference at 3-15 and were 6-23 overall in 2021-22. This will be the first meeting between the schools since 2012.
ORONO, ME

4 Great Pizza Places in California

Photo byPhoto by Klara Kulikova on UnsplashonUnsplash. If you live in California and you also love eating pizza, here is a list of four amazing pizza restaurants that are highly praised for their delicious food, so if you have never been to any of these pizza places, add them to your list and pay them a visit.
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Carnival Celebration Live Blog (Days 6 & 7): What’s the Verdict on Carnival’s New Ship?

Note: Carnival welcomed its newest ship to the fleet earlier this month with Carnival Celebration now sailing from Miami. Cruzely was invited to sail on one of the first voyages. The seven-day cruise departed Miami headed to Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Mahogany Bay (Roatan). I’ll be live-blogging the experience each day to share what sailing the new ship is like.
Mercury News

They said it: About that naked lady inmate photo

“I have plenty of pictures I can use for arousal of free women I can see any day of the week. I do not need a picture of an inmate to arouse me.”. — Ray J. Garcia, 55, former warden of FCI Dublin charged with sexually abusing three women in the prison, testifying in court last week that he snapped a nude photo of a woman inmate naked on all fours in her cell not for personal arousal, but by accident in an attempt to catch her flushing drugs down a toilet.
DUBLIN, CA
Watertown News

Police Log: Man Caught Using Multiple Stolen Credit Cards, Suspicious Man Seen in Yard

The following information was provided by the Watertown Police Department. Nov. 22, 2:53 p.m.: A man was stopped at Target after the store got multiple reports from four people out of the area who said someone was using their credit card at the Watertown store. Police were in the store on another matter and security informed them about the man who had been seen on video at the self checkout for more than 35 minutes. Security found that he fraudulently used several credit card numbers which he had loaded onto his Samsung Pay cellphone app. He purchased 15 gift cards for a total of $2,900. The man was seen leaving the store and getting into a vehicle. Police located him in the vehicle. The man admitted to using several stolen credit card numbers which he had purchased from an unknown person. Police seized the man’s phone and the gift cards. Alanado Jermain, 28, of Woodmere, New York, was arrested on a charge of larceny over $1,200.
WATERTOWN, MA
NBC Connecticut

Michigan Couple Makes $9,000 a Month Teaching People to Launch Lucrative Side Hustles: Our No. 1 Rule Is ‘Anyone Can Do It'

In 2020, Jamie and Sarah McCauley filmed themselves ripping, repainting and restoring thrifted furniture. They resold the items, made more than $1,000 in profit and posted the results on YouTube. Within a week, the video received 20,000 views. The McCauleys, who live off a variety of concurrently running side hustles,...
MICHIGAN STATE
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Late night visitor, a bear in Roanoke damages fence

ROANOKE, Va. – Unwelcomed guests are not always pleasant, especially when an animal gets close to your home. One lady in the Star City got one that damaged the fence. Mary Riles, who lives near the Roanoke Academy of Math and Science, said the incident happened Friday night around 8:30.
ROANOKE, VA
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Pittsville Boys Use Big Second Half Advantage to Defeat Iola-Scandinavia

The Pittsville Panthers downed Iola-Scandinavia 30-16 in CWC Boys Basketball. The Panthers led 13-12 at halftime before outscorin I-Scan 17-4 in the second half. Sam Bowden led Pittsville with 15 points. Bowden and Marcus Getsinger each pulled down 9 rebounds for Pittsville. Pittsville scorin: Haley 5, Bowden 15, Redmond 2,...
PITTSVILLE, WI
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What World Cup Games Are Happening Today? Match Schedule for Dec. 4

The knockout stage is underway and we already have two nations qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup quarterfinals – the Netherlands and Argentina. The Netherlands defeated the United States in a 3-1 victory on Saturday morning while Argentina triumphed over Australia with a slim 2-1 lead on Saturday afternoon. Two nations are knocked out, two nations are moving on.