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College presidents to testify in Congress about antisemitism on campuses

College campuses have been criticized for their handling of antisemitic incidents since the Oct. 7 terrorist attack by Hamas on Israel.

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Patients expected Profemur artificial hips to last. Then they snapped in half.

The FDA and the manufacturer were alerted to Profemur titanium hips breaking inside U.S. patients as of 2005. It took 15 years to recall the devices. Many fractures could have been avoided.

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Body found in Indiana in 1982 ID'd as Wisconsin woman who vanished

Human remains found in rural Indiana in 1982 have been identified as those of Connie Lorraine Christensen, authorities said.

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Man featured in hit podcast “S-Town” killed by police during standoff

Tyler Goodson, 32, was shot and killed by officers after he barricaded himself inside a home and "brandished a gun" at officers authorities said.

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Fewer employers require job seekers to have a college degree

On career sites like ZipRecruiter, less than 15% of jobs list a bachelor's degree as a requirement for employment.

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12/4: CBS Evening News

Israel expands campaign into southern Gaza; Kennedy Center Honors held Sunday

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Trump supporter challenges hundreds of voters' qualifications in Georgia

A man who falsely believes former President Trump won the 2020 election has challenged the qualifications of hundreds of voters in Georgia, convinced the rolls are filled with fraudulent entries. The Dekalb County Election board chair says most discrepancies are the result of minor administrative or technical errors. Major Garrett has the story.

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