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FILE - In this Oct. 24, 2017 file photo, Charlie Rose attends New York Magazine's 50th Anniversary Celebration at Katz's Delicatessen in New York. Veteran news host Rose's firing at CBS makes him the latest in a string of prominent journalists felled abruptly by accusations of sexual misconduct. CBS News president David Rhodes said Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017, that the network's credibility in its reporting requires credibility in the way it deals with misbehavior inside the network. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP, File)
Weinstein's Impact: List of men accused of sexual misconductThe Weinstein Effect: A list of men in the entertainment and media industries accused of sexual harassment, abuse, or other misconduct
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Commission alerted to review allegations against TripAdvisorThe Federal Trade Commission could take action against TripAdvisor after the Massachusetts-based travel company was accused of deleting hotel reviews that contained allegations of rape and other crimes
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Celebrated Australians want services restored to refugeesA dozen celebrated Australians have sent an open letter to the government warning that asylum seekers could die at a decommissioned immigration camp that lacks food, water, power and medical care
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FILE - In this Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, file photo, Afghan internally displaced children stand in a muddy yard at a poor neighborhood in Kabul, Afghanistan. A United Nations report says the world’s least developed countries need access to electricity if they are to break out of poverty. It says 60 percent of people in the world’s poorest countries have no access to electricity _ some 577 million people in total. (AP Photo/Massoud Hossaini, File)
UN: Closing energy gap would help poorest countries developA United Nations report says the world's least developed countries need access to electricity if they are to break out of poverty
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FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2017, file photo, former President Bill Clinton speaks at a symposium in Georgetown University in Washington. Democrats have been quick to support the “me too” chorus of women _ and some men _ who have stepped up to allege sexual misconduct and name names. But now “me too” stains the Democrats, too, putting them in an awkward place as they calibrate how forcefully to respond.(AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)
Democrats face hot-potato politics of sexual predation, tooFacing Conyers and Franken allegations, Democrats, too, are juggling the hot-potato politics of sexual predation
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Graphic shows a schematic drawing of the missing ARA San Juan and a map locating its departure, location where it went missing, search area and intended destination; 2c x 7 inches; 96.3 mm x 177 mm;
Argentina reports new clue in search for missing submarineThe hunt for a missing Argentine submarine with 44 crew members will return to a previously searcher area as officials say a noise made a week ago in the South Atlantic could provide a clue to the vessel's location
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Police officers stand near the site where a large balloon of the character Olaf from "Frozen" is being inflated for the Thanksgiving Day parade in New York, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. Sand-filled sanitation trucks and police sharpshooters will mix with glittering floats and giant balloons at a Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade that comes in a year of terrible mass shootings and a deadly truck attack in lower Manhattan. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
In terror-wary NYC, security tight for Thanksgiving paradeSecurity for the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will feature trucks filled with sand, concrete barriers and scores of police officers
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FILE - In this undated file photo, a bather takes advantage of an opportunity to soak in the Boiling River in Yellowstone National Park. A group of state attorneys general on Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017, urged the National Park Service to scrap its proposal to more than double the entrance fee at 17 popular national parks. (Brett French/The Billings Gazette via AP, File)
State attorneys general bash plan to hike national park feesA group of state attorneys general is telling the National Park Service to scrap its plan for a fee increase at some of the most popular destinations
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Matthew Antoine takes a curve at the World Cup skeleton opener in Lake Placid, N.Y., Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. (AP Photo/Peter Morgan)
'Justice': US sliders relieved by IOC stand against RussiansThe long-awaited word has come down: American skeleton racer Katie Uhlaender is about to be an Olympic bronze medalist
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Suspects in Venezuelan corruption probe hold US passportsHigh-ranking officials that Venezuelan authorities arrested amid an anti-corruption sweep of its Houston-based subsidiary carry U.S. passports
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Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon waves to fans at the end of the Champions League group D soccer match between Juventus and Barcelona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Barcelona draws 0-0 at Juventus to seal top spot in groupBarcelona sealed top spot in Group D with a drab 0-0 draw at Juventus, which will have to wait until the last round to see if it qualifies for the Champions League knockout stage
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This Nov. 21, 2017, photo provided by the Climate Direct Action group shows Leonard Higgins, second from right, with his defense attorneys outside the Choteau County Courthouse in Fort Benton, Mont. Higgins was convicted Wednesday, Nov. 22, on charges of of criminal mischief and trespassing after he entered a fenced site near Big Sandy, Mont., in October 2016 and closed a valve on a pipeline carrying crude oil from Canada to the United States to call attention to climate change. With Higgins are attorney Lauren Regan, left; attorney Kelsey Skaggs, second from left, and attorney Herman Watson. (Nicole Bradford/Climate Direct Action via AP)
Climate activist convicted after pipeline protest in MontanaAn activist who was trying to call attention to climate change has been found guilty of criminal charges for closing a valve on a pipeline carrying crude oil from Canada to the United States
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