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New 'Stranger Things' season 4 teaser is Eleven-out-of-ten creepy

May 6, 2021

It appears as though Eleven's dark past will have some light shed on it in the upcoming season of "Stranger Things."

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Jamie Dimon calls Biden's tax hike plan 'a little crazy'

May 6, 2021

Several top business leaders have backed President Joe Biden's plan to raise taxes on large corporations and the wealthy and spend more on infrastructure. But JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon wants to see more details.

CRIME ALERT: Stranger asks 10-year-old girl to be "sugar baby" on Snapchat

May 6, 2021

GWINNETT County, Ga. (CBS46) -- A Gwinnett County mother wants an investigation opened after she says a man targeted her child on Snapchat, requesting to be her 'sugar daddy.'

Gwinnett police looking for information on woman's skull found in Hamilton Mill area

May 6, 2021

Gwinnett County police are seeking information from the public about the identity of a woman whose skull was found in the Hamilton Mill area last month, as well as what

The head of Yale's massive endowment fund has died

May 6, 2021

David Swensen, the long-time chief investment officer at Yale University and a legend in the world of college endowments, died Wednesday at the age of 67.

One of the world's top restaurants is ditching meat. Here's what could go wrong

May 6, 2021

Earlier this week, Eleven Madison Park's chef and owner Daniel Humm made an unexpected announcement: When the famed New York City restaurant reopens its doors next month, meat will be off the menu.

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CRIME ALERT: Stranger asks 10-year-old girl to be "sugar baby" on Snapchat

May 6, 2021

GWINNETT County, Ga. (CBS46) -- A Gwinnett County mother wants an investigation opened after she says a man targeted her child on Snapchat, requesting to be her 'sugar daddy.'

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Nepal could be the next India -- except worse

May 6, 2021

Last weekend, 44% of Nepal's Covid tests came back positive, according to government figures quoted by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), as it warned of an impending crisis.

Thai court rules minister can keep job despite alleged heroin trafficking link

May 6, 2021

Thailand's Constitutional Court on Wednesday ruled that a prominent politician should keep his cabinet post, thwarting opposition moves to disqualify him over news reports he was jailed in Australia for drug trafficking in the 1990s.

At military camps in the Myanmar jungle, doctors and students learn how to fire guns

May 5, 2021

A dozen armed recruits crawl along a dusty pathway, the cicadas masking any sound of their approach towards their target, a small village in the jungles of Myanmar.

Kachin rebels shoot down military helicopter as parcel bomb kills 5 in central Myanmar

May 4, 2021

An ethnic rebel group in Myanmar's mountainous north claimed to have shot down a military helicopter, and at least one parcel bomb went off in another part of the country, as fighting intensified following the coup.

Taiwan's Tsai wins Canadian government-backed award that Ottawa reportedly tried to block

May 4, 2021

Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has been awarded a prestigious leadership prize, in a move that could infuriate Beijing, and following reports of attempted interference by Ottawa.

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