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GOP feud simmers despite McCarthy's warning, causing concerns over 2022 House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy summoned GOP Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Nancy Mace for separate meetings Tuesday night, wanting to deliver a simple message amid their bitter and public feud: "Stop it."

Video appears to show trooper sleeping on job

Missing couple found dead in densely wooded area

2 students facing charges after stabbing incident

1 transported after car slams into store

Civic center under consideration for murder trials

DoD denies governor's request and insists National Guard members be vaccinated Secretary of State Lloyd Austin denied a request from Oklahoma's governor to exempt his state's National Guard members from the Pentagon's Covid-19 vaccine mandate.

Death row inmate who survived a botched execution attempt dies of cancer An Alabama death row inmate who survived a botched execution attempt in 2018 has died.

Trial of Jussie Smollett opens with jury selection The long road in the Jussie Smollett case finally reached trial Monday in Chicago, more than two years after police first alleged the actor lied about being the victim of a hate crime and wrongfully diverted weeks of investigative manpower.

New England Aquarium saves 119 cold-stunned turtles

Blast leaves behind mysterious crater

Goat "rescue" trial set to begin this week

Talks on Bills stadium continue

Bathtub falls on firefighters battling blaze

Firefighters rescue water department worker stuck in hole

Inmate dies 1 day after being medically cleared

Boy, 11, considered 'prolific carjacker,' arrested

Man gets 9 years for fraudulent scheme

20-year-old woman needs new lung after Covid-19

Community mourns dad killed in broad daylight

Escapee from SE Louisiana prison arrested

Horse head and headless alligator found in canal

Peace walk held for girl fatally shot last week

Cyberattack forces community college to close

School bus hits car causing it to crash into store

Woman accused of breaking into cars during game

Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter CEO Shares of Twitter jumped as much as 10% in pre-market trading Monday on the heels of a report that CEO Jack Dorsey intends to step down. The report, from CNBC, has not been independently verified by CNN.

Expectant mothers with sexually transmitted infections are more likely to give birth prematurely, study finds New information on how having a sexually transmitted infection before or during pregnancy can affect newborns is emerging.

Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama will get another chance to unionize Workers at the Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, will have another chance to unionize after a federal labor official called for a new vote Monday.

Cost of the '12 Days of Christmas' gifts jumped 5.7% since 2019 It's going to cost more to spoil your True Love this year, according to PNC's 38th annual Christmas Price Index.

First Black golfer to play at the Masters dies at 87

Casino stocks are looking like a big gamble So much for the house always winning. Casino stocks have had a brutal year.

Dayton mass shooter acted alone in 2019 attack, FBI says The FBI in Cincinnati said Monday that an investigation into the 2019 Dayton, Ohio, mass shooting found the gunman acted alone and was not aligned with a specific ideological group.

DOD wants Esper to remove parts about Trump from book, lawsuit says • For the GOP now, all roads lead to Trump

From vaccine mandates to abortion, court fights could shape Biden's legacy Coming off the Thanksgiving holiday, the Biden administration enters a legal crucible as several high-profile lawsuits that carry significant consequences for President Joe Biden's legacy get key hearings in court.

Biden's agenda brings warring conservatives together in quest to flip House The US Chamber of Commerce last year endorsed 23 vulnerable freshman House Democrats -- the most in at least a decade -- and enraged House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy and other top Republicans who accused their long-time big business allies of heresy.

Investors want Omicron answers. They won't get them yet Wall Street despises uncertainty. The less information investors have, the harder it is to make decisions about how to position for the future.

Shopping online this holiday season? Why you need to protect yourself Cyber Monday is here, and while millions of Americans will be looking for the best deals the internet has to offer, cyber criminals will be hard at work looking to target online shoppers.

Facing shortages, Canada taps its strategic reserves of maple syrup Amid shortages, Canada is tapping into its strategic reserves. This time, for maple syrup.

She wanted to help her community. Then they took aim at her child • Opinion: When parents scream at school board meetings, how can I teach their children? • Analysis: School boards are under siege. It's going to get worse

Carrie Meek, trailblazing Black former congresswoman, dies at 95 Former Rep. Carrie Meek, who broke barriers throughout her winding political career as the daughter of a sharecropper and granddaughter of a slave, died Sunday in her Miami home. She was 95.

When a worker shortage closed her favorite restaurant's dining room, a retiree grabbed an apron to help When the dining room of an Ohio great-grandmother's favorite restaurant closed because of staffing shortages, she grabbed an apron without hesitation.

Why hundreds of thousands of kids in the US dread their 21st birthdays Most college students can't wait for their 21st birthdays. But Lakshmi Parvathinathan is terrified.

NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating after police say an Asian woman was attacked with a large rock The New York Police Department's Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating an attack on an Asian woman in Queens on Friday that left her in critical condition, an NYPD spokesperson said.

Woman wins lottery for third time in 3 years A Maryland woman is celebrating after winning the lottery for a third time in about three years.

Governor Ned Lamont says he is monitoring the new variant

Global car shortage affecting charitable business

Officials: Man hitched ride inside Plane

State trooper fires shot while trying to stop car

McCarthy should publicly condemn behavior by GOP members 'crossing the line' on violence and civility, Hutchinson says • Moderate House Republican warns McCarthy over embracing far-right members

Frank Williams, Williams F1 team founder, dies aged 79 Frank Williams, the founder of the Williams Formula 1 team and the longest-serving team principal the sport has ever seen, has died aged 79.

Justice Roberts is at the epicenter of an abortion dispute before the Supreme Court Since his first job as a young lawyer in Washington, John Roberts' work has been entangled with Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that gave women a right to end a pregnancy.

Waukesha will hold a moment of silence Sunday, one week after a car plowed through Christmas parade The city of Waukesha, Wisconsin, will hold a moment of silence and light the city up in blue on Sunday, marking one week since a car drove through a city Christmas parade, killing six people and injuring scores of others.

Analysis: Why we need to stop with the 2024 predictions We're less than three years away from the 2024 presidential election. That hasn't stopped polls of a potential matchup between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump -- which indicate Biden is in trouble -- from being published.

Mr. Thanksgiving celebrates 51 years

Two storm systems could cause travel woes this weekend One of the busiest travel weekends of the year is here and if you are among the estimated 53.4 million people traveling home from Thanksgiving festivities this weekend one of two storm systems could impact your plans.

Brooks Koepka says he 'wanted to spank' Bryson DeChambeau after beating him in 'The Match' It proved less of a match, more a walk in the park for Brooks Koepka.

NHL postpones upcoming New York Islanders games due to Covid-19 outbreak New York Islanders games have been postponed through at least Tuesday due to a Covid-19 outbreak within the team, the National Hockey League (NHL) announced on Saturday.

Judge vacates death sentences of Pervis Payne, who was to be executed for a crime he says he didn't commit A Tennessee judge this week vacated the death sentences of Pervis Payne, who has spent more than three decades on death row for two murders he says he did not commit, due to the inmate's intellectual disability.

1 person shot at Tacoma Mall in Washington • 3 dead and 4 injured in shooting inside a Nashville apartment • How US gun culture stacks up with the world

Waukesha parade victims who need wheelchairs are getting ramps thanks to a local contractor After a driver rammed an SUV through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Brock Held knew he had to do something to help those in his community who were still hospitalized.

At least one person shot at Durham, NC, mall, city council member says • Missing gun belonging to Brian Laundrie's parents wasn't made public due to 'frenzied atmosphere,' family attorney says

One dead in shooting at entrance to Marine Recruit Depot in San Diego One person was shot and killed at the entrance of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego Friday, authorities have confirmed to CNN.

Woman receives Thanksgiving meal after missing pandemic payments

Family's beloved bulldog stolen on Thanksgiving

Woman gives birth on Delta flight

Families bring back Turkey Trot traditions

Two CSP troopers injured during arrest

City sets hearing amid megasite clamor

Man wanted in Asheville chase now in custody

Driver injured after vehicle crashes into daycare

Devoted student fans stick together despite tough stretch

Mr. Thanksgiving celebrates 51 years

Crime Stoppers looking for man accused of theft

Divers suspend search for missing 2-year-old

Man facing charges for murder-for-hire scheme

Horses dead after trailer catches fire

Resident faces uncertain future after explosion

Brain injury survivor appointed to state board

Officer faces charges after body of hit-and-run victim found in his car, prosecutors say A Newark, New Jersey, police officer is facing multiple charges after prosecutors said he was involved in a hit-and-run that left a 29-year-old nurse dead.

Biden administration calls for hike in federal drilling fees in report that largely sidesteps climate issues The Department of the Interior on Friday released a long-awaited review of oil and gas drilling on federal lands and oceans that recommends an increase in leasing fees and consideration of environmental concerns in leasing decisions. But the report largely sidesteps climate change issues, and does not recommend a halt to new oil and gas leasing -- a promise President Joe Biden campaigned on.

A year later, Mary Johnson's disappearance remains a mystery Mary Johnson was on her way to a friend's home in Oso, Washington, the day before Thanksgiving, but she never made it. A year later, her disappearance remains a mystery.

After spending 43 years in prison for a triple murder he says he didn't commit, a Missouri man is finally free After spending 43 years behind bars for a crime he said he didn't commit, a Missouri man's conviction has been set aside, according to a news release from Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker.

Support for gun control just hit its lowest point in almost a decade In the wake of the 2018 mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida, a new generation of teen activists emerged who insisted that the old boom/bust cycle of gun control politics in this country was no more.

Hundreds of FedEx packages were found tossed into an Alabama ravine, sheriff says Hundreds of FedEx packages were discovered discarded in a ravine Wednesday in Blount County, Alabama, some 40 miles northeast of Birmingham, according to the local sheriff's office.

Analysis: National Day of Mourning turns Thanksgiving into something more honest A version of this story appeared in CNN's Race Deconstructed newsletter. To get it in your inbox every week, sign up for free here.

Marjorie Taylor Greene lays out demands for GOP House speaker vote if Republicans retake majority in 2022 Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, one of Donald Trump's staunchest allies in Congress, on Thursday laid out demands for a GOP leader to earn her vote for House Speaker if Republicans are able to retake the majority after the 2022 elections and cast doubt on House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy being elected to the position.

Analysis: Donald Trump is running again, part 7,282 It's the absolute worst-kept secret in politics: Donald Trump is full-speed-ahead on a 2024 presidential bid.

GOP candidates in Pennsylvania Senate race could include Dr. Oz and former Bush official Senate candidate Sean Parnell's abrupt end to his campaign in Pennsylvania has shaken up the Republican primary field in a crucial race as the party seeks to win a majority next fall.

Judge rules to vacate rape conviction

Driver charged with felony DUI after killing man

Family, friends mourn mom, 6-year-old daughter

Man tased by police after pursuit

Sports car involved in violent crash

Prosecutors: Husband tried to cover wife's murder

Children and teens are less likely to need Covid-19 boosters, Fauci says. Here's why Now that the United States has rolled out Covid-19 booster shots for all fully vaccinated adults, some parents have been wondering if or when their vaccinated teenagers might need to get a booster dose of vaccine -- and researchers are working to have an answer soon.

Program helps young people gain skills, take control of their future

Police K-9 to receive body armor

Plumbers prepare for 'Brown Friday'

Attempted shoplifting getaway injures officer

St. Louis scores $790M settlement with Rams, NFL

Dog shot with BB gun, run over

Town of 560 hopes to hire full-time cop

Mom home for Thanksgiving after 7 months in hospital with Covid

Man pulls AK-47 on employees over pizza

1973 rape case vacated after evidence lost

Slain rapper Young Dolph's family release statement

Student using racial slur won't be disciplined

Man attacked by group on ATV's, motorcycles

Body found near quarry ID'd as missing student

Community members support Afghan refugees

Off-duty police officer charged with DUI

2 cops shot during confrontation with suspect

Biden had benign, potentially precancerous lesion removed during colonoscopy President Joe Biden had a single 3-millimeter polyp removed during his routine colonoscopy last week at Walter Reed medical center.

Holiday travel picks up at airport

Residents help each other in time of need

Autopsy shows Brian Laundrie died by suicide, attorney says Brian Laundrie died by suicide from a gunshot wound to the head, an attorney for the Laundrie family told CNN Tuesday.

Waukesha parade crash suspect appeared to have no emotion as officers tried to stop him, authorities say Shortly before an SUV barreled into a crowd of parade marchers and pedestrians on Sunday in Waukesha, Wisconsin, at least one officer described the driver as having "no emotion" on his face during attempts to slow him down.

White House Covid-19 vaccination coordinator steps down in long-planned departure Dr. Bechara Choucair, the Biden White House Covid-19 vaccinations coordinator, departed his post earlier this week as the administration's efforts to vaccinate Americans continues.

Inflation isn't going away. Here's how to make money from it Nobody in their right mind likes to pay higher prices for stuff. But if you're an investor, there is a way to profit from inflationary trends — and it might be time to start adjusting your portfolio accordingly.

Samsung will create 2,000 jobs in Texas with $17 billion chip factory Samsung is planning to build a $17 billion semiconductor manufacturing facility in Texas as part of efforts to tackle a global shortage of chips.

Jobless claims hit lowest level since 1969 Weekly claims for unemployment benefits finally fell below their pre-pandemic levels, according to data from the Labor Department.

The global economy buckles up for another uncertain winter Economists around the world are closely watching a resurgence of coronavirus cases across Europe for signs of what may be to come this winter.

Going to the store may be your smartest bet to navigate the supply chain crisis this holiday The supply chain crisis means last-minute gift buyers may have little choice but to go shopping the old-fashioned way this holiday season.

Jury finds Unite the Right defendants liable for more than $26 million in damages • Opinion: This is the best strategy we have against extremism and misinformation • Here's a look back on what led to the Charlottesville 'Unite the Right' civil trial