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at this point i'm actually more worried about missing the christmas rally than getting slammed by an early christmas sell-off that's why we put some money to work in the travel trust thick your bulls i i can to say there is always a bull market somewhere. i ♪ a deadly school shooting yet again in america i'm shepherd smith this is the news on cnbc. >> we have updated information on the number of deceased. it is three. we also have eight others that were shot. >> a 15-year-old student arrested updates on the developing situation at the high school in michigan covid omicron spreading, white house officials pushing for calm as markets plunge. >> the fed testimony on the hill.
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>> concerns about the virus could reduce people's willingness to work in person. >> that push stocks on a tumble. she was a police officer who shot and killed daunte wright during a traffic stop. what the defense team revealed about their strategy tiger woods opens up about his near fatal car crash. >> there were some tough times >> how close he was to losing his leg and the future of his career elizabeth holmes cross examined by prosecutors. criminals searching the dark web for holiday discounts. and inside the global maple syrup shortage >> announcer: live from cnbc, the facts, the truth, the news with shepherd smith. it's happened yet again in america. the parents of three teenagers learned to their children will not be coming home from school
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the parents of seven others finding out their kids are in hospitals with bullet wounds yet another school shooting. the 58th shooting on school grounds this year. this time it happened in oxford, michigan, population 3500 outside detroit. cops say a 15-year-old student brought a semiautomatic handgun to school and opened fire. they say he shot off 15 to 20 bullets, killed three students, shot eight over pether people including a teacher. deputies took the suspect into custody within about five minutes of the final shot. he says the student is not cooperating. governor gretchen whitmer calling the shooting an unimaginable tragedy. >> we need to focus on the community, the families, supporting all the first responders including the en
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incredible people at our hospitals. this is every parents' worst nightmare. >> so far they have no idea what his motive was stephanie, a fast police response, i understand. >> reporter: there have been multiple agencies out here today from the fbi to the local police departments and the oakland county sheriff right now tonight a lot of questions for this community over were there warning signs about this potential happening we've spoken to a student already who said he didn't go to school today because he was concerned something could happen the under sheriff of oakland county is telling us they can't talk about that. they're investigating everything and they'll give us more information in a couple of hours. when this happened, they said everything was done correctly in
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the school as it should be done in a situation like this there were more than 100 calls to 911 that suspect was taken into custody. they did everything right. that doesn't change the fact that three students were killed today here in michigan the 15-year-old suspect is not talking with investigators we're told the parents also don't want that student to talk with investigators and the parents are hiring an attorney we'll continue to follow that. >> thank you. covid watch. the white house now considering stricter testing requirements and possible self-quarantines for all travelers arriving to the united states. that's new today from the cdc
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director officials searching for what could be america's first case of covid omicron. >> this program allows for increased testing for specific international arrivals, increasing our capacity to identify those with covid-19 on arrival to the united states and enhancing our surveillance for the omicron variant. >> new data shows the covid omicron variant was already in europe days before scientists in south africa were first to identify it. health officials in the netherlands say they identified cases dating back a week and a half brazil and japan the latest nations to confirm omicron cases. researchers have detected the new variant in at least 21 countries, but not yet in the united states. dr. jha, thank you it looks like these south african doctors are the heros. >> they are.
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they have great surveillance and they're open and transparent about it >> i'm told it will be a week or two before we know much more about this what level of efficacy drop would concern you and the scientists and the scientific community enough to require a sort of reformulation of the vaccine? >> that's a really good question i'm hoping that with people who are fully vaccinated and boosted, right now efficacy against delta is probably 90 or 95%. if it drops 10 or 15 points, probably not a big deal. if it drops lower than that, we're going to have to start talking about reformulating the vaccine formula. let's see what the data shows.
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>> as health experts race to better understand the covid omicron variant, a panel of advisors just narrowly recommend merck's covid pill for emergency use. that vote 13-10. if u.s. regulators sign off, it will be the first pill authorized to treat covid and americans could get it by the end of this year merck reports its pill reduces the risk of hospitalization and death by 30% among high risk covid patients the earlier estimate was 50% meg, is this pill effective enough to make a real difference >> that was among the key debates this panel of advisors had today. a large number felt the potential risks of the medicine don't necessarily outweigh the benefits, especially if other treatment options are available. it forces errors that the virus replicates
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that raised theoretical concerns on two fronts, that the drug could cause other variants to arise or could cause cancer or birth defects. many did recommend the drug not be used in pregnancy >> our expectation is from all the data we've seen and all the preclinical work we've done and the broad safety database from the study, there shouldn't be long-term effects. >> while the efficacy of the drug appeared to drop, many panelists who notvoted in favor noted the strong -- the fda could clear the drug within days it's also expected to act soon on pfizer's anti-viral which
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showed 89% protection against severe disease and death earlier this month the government has bought 3 million treatment courses of merck's drug and 10 million of pfizer's, should they be cleared. these drugs are expected to hold up against omicron the federal reserve may have to raise interest rates sooner than expected to try to counter inflation. that's new today from the fed chair powell powell and janet yellen said the united states pandemic recovery remains strong, but they say covid omicron could pose new economic challenges in the months ahead. >> the recent rise in covid-19 cases and the emergence of the omicron variant pose downside risks to the employment and economic activity and increased uncertainty for inflation. greater concerns about the virus could reduce people's willingness to work in person,
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which would slow progress in the labor market and intensify supply chain disruptions. >> none of that sat well on wall street the dow plummeted down more than 650. andrew a lot of talk about inflation and the fed cutting back economic support. >> this is the first time we have heard jerome powell talk about inflation in a meaningful way. clearly we are at a point where we have real supply chain issues that persist and may get worse, depending on how this pandemic plays out. now this new variant could create unemployment issues, which means higher wages you could look at that as a good sign in certain cases, but again will only add to inflation worries. effectively he is saying this is real and we are going to have to taper sooner and quicker perhaps than some had expected.
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>> everybody had been talking about inflation as transitory, short lived. but today powell said it's time to remove the word transitory when talking about inflation prices are going to remain higher for a while, is that what he's saying? >> he's saying the supply chain issues are not going away any time soon. the truth is that wages, which actually have increased, are something that don't change. once wages go up, they stay there. that means we are going to be paying more on one end of it there's a benefit on the other end, which is that wages are higher, but if inflation is higher than the wages, it doesn't make up for it. >> how important is the november jobs number going to be for the market >> important but less so the more important number is what the world looks like and the employment picture looks like a month from now and a month after that that's really going to be the sign for where we are in this economy and effectively how much
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inflation and how much of these pressures we've been talking about really come to fruition. the trial is now underway for the ex-minnesota cop who shot and killed daunte wright after allegedly mistakes her handgun for a taser. the high stakes gamble the defense plans to take. an alleged victim of jeffrey epstein testifying in court. what she said at ghislaine maxwell's role in her abuse. and rocket travels at spacex elonringing the alarm. what he saysmust happen for spacex to avoid bankruptcy ♪ ♪ and you could fearlessly face the unknown. (kids playing) you still can. ♪ ♪ (blowing dust) when you have a rock you can depend on for life, you'll be unstoppable. that's why over 5,500 companies
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rely on prudential's retirement and workplace benefits. who's your rock? the ex cop who shot and killed daunte wright will testify at her own trial
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she says she accidentally pulled her gun instead of her taser and didn't mean to shoot wright during the traffic stop. here's the video of it happening. potter is facing first and second degree manslaughter charges. today was the first day of jury selection. so far four jurors selected, two men, two women, one of whom is a retired teacher. she said to attorneys a student once described her as strict but fair another is a medical editor. he told the court he opposes the defund the police movement and he has a very favorable view of the blue lives matter slogan another juror, a man, is in
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operations at a target store he said today he's somewhat distrustful of police but recognizes it's a very hard job. and a woman in her 40s who described herself as a rule follower what are you looking for when it comes to jury selection in a case like this >> the prosecution wants a diverse juror and the defense wants a jury that is all blue. i'd say the defense is ahead so far. >> prosecutors argue that potter's actions were criminally negligent. it doesn't seem like they're disputing her claim that she was trying for a taser and went for her gun. hard to prove, i suppose. >> i think out of all the recent cases we've seen that have this same flavor to them, this is the hardest to prove the folks who show up for jury duty tend to be law-abiding and tend to want to side with the
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police >> it felt like for years we never saw defendants testifying in their own defense and now recently we have kim potter, we're told, will testify in her own defense smart move or no >> we talk about this every time here i think it's essential. the reason why we're seeing it so much is because any time you have a case involving someone's death and the person who caused it is saying i didn't mean for this to happen, i think they generally have to take the stand and explain that to the jury. >> if you're the defense, i'm guessing you're wanting the jury to say, she feels awful about this, she didn't mean to do it. >> that's it, shep it's the same argument we have when we talk about qualified imm immunity that is that police officer is a hard job and they sometimes make mistakes but it doesn't mean
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they should be criminally liable. "el chapo's" wife is going to prison. emma cornell is her name she pleaded guilty back in june in federal court to money laundering and helping her husband traffic drugs into the united states. she also admitted to being a courier between the cartel and her husband when he was in that prison back in 2014. that helped him plan his escape. he broke out through a mile long underground thaunnel. it even had a modified motorcycle attached to a track the judge ordered guzman's wife to vsurrender 1$1.5 million. jury selection in
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fayetteville arkansas in the trial of a former reality tv star, josh duggar. now the 33-year-old faces two felony counts of downloading and possessing child porn. he's plead not guilty. even before these charges duggar had a complicated illicit history. intouch weekly published a police report that revealed allegations that duggar molested five underage girls when he was a teenager duggar's parents later admitted four of the five girls were his sisters. police said the statute of limitations had expired on those acts so there would be no punishment two years ago police say they traced downloads of child porn back to duggar's work computer that's why he's on trial now a homeland security agent said
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one of the files on duggar's computer is in the top five worst they have ever examined. tiger woods back in front of a camera, telling reporters he's lucky to be alive and have his leg. nine months after a rollover crash, tiger talks recovery and his future in the game. it's the fifth day elizabeth holmes has tenak the stand but the first time prosecutors have been able to cross examine the theranos founder it's the most wonderful time of the year. it is all about t-mobile with their great deals for everyone every day including customers on sprint.
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tiger woods is finishes as a full-time golfer that's what he told reporters today in his first public appearance since that car crash in los angeles earlier this year the news conference in the bahamas. he's hosting his annual golf charity there. tiger won't play he told reporters he's still in pain and still recovering from the crash that shattered his right leg. >> as far as playing at the tour level, i don't know when that's going to happen. i don't foresee this leg ever being what it used to be and i'll never have the back what it used to be and clock's ticking i'm getting older. >> tiger talked about the dark moments of his recovery, even revealing his injury was so bad his doctors considered cutting off his leg. >> i'm lucky to be alive but also still have the limb zblnchs
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onc >> reporter: it's been nine months since his rollover crash in los angeles bones in his right leg were shattered. he says he has no memory of what happened. >> i don't, no i'm lucky in that way. >> reporter: he would not get into specifics about the crash >> you can read about all that in the post report. >> reporter: the report reads he was driving at an unsafe speed, going nearly double the speed limit before he hit a tree there was no evidence of impairment tiger was not cited. >> some dark moments then again, as i was making progress through it too i could see some light that's given me hope. >> reporter: the 45-year-old has come back from injuries before, ten surgeries in his career. in 2019 after a spinal fusion, he won the master's. >> i don't see that type of trend going forward for me
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i don't have any desire to do that. >> reporter: tiger has been documenting part of his recovery online now spending less time as a golfer, more time as a ad. >> i'm definitely not in the know about a lot of things, so i'm not the hip, cool dad. i'm trying to keep up with that because the lingo changes very quickly. i'm trying to keep up. >> reporter: tiger says he's done playing on the pga tour full-time. >> i would love to be able to play that open championship. there's no doubt about it. ditching the irish bound for the bayou? the face of notre dame football calling the plays for another team a departure the likes of which unseen in south bend for more than a century and the millions of dollars in play the great paul finebaum joins us live holiday shopping deals, everybody's looking for them including criminals on the dark
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million contract plus incentives no other notre dame head coach has left to take a job at another program since 1907 the announcement comes just two days after another bombshell oklahoma's lincoln riley taking over at usc. he's already there according to reports, he's set to ink a 110 m$110 million deal. the trojans buying him a $6 million home in l.a. to sweeten that deal. we need analysis paul finebaum is the voice of college football host of "the paul finebaum show." paul, it is an honor this money is insane >> it is >> i don't understand how this can keep up with itself. >> don't forget, this is amateur athletics. they are student athletes we are
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talking about here i've covered college footbal for nearly 40 years and i've never seen a 48 hours like we have experienced with lincoln riley bolting oklahoma and brian kelly leaving notre dame those are two of the elite five or six in the entire pantheon of intercon college football right now money talks. they're hanging out ten-year $100 million contracts like ice cream cones at central park. we've never seen anything close to this. i'm afraid we are going to see a lot more of it in the future. >> on the academic side, some of these universities claim they're short on funding, but on the sports side it's starting to look unlimited how do they justify this >> they can't. lsu, the government came out and said we might not be able to have a football program. of course people did not react well to that
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there's a lot of dishonesty and plain fraud being disseminated and perpetrated by college administrators we're used to it the most important thing, shepherd, is winning if you win, it doesn't make any difference not only that. we're talking about schools that are firing coaches who are paying $20 million for that coach to go away there's no accountability. if some of these people were ceos of fortune 500 companies, they wouldn't last six a months. >> if georgia beats alabama, as predicted, who gets in >> well, the playoff is about to expand to 12 schools to let the little guy back in as far as what is happening this weekend, more than likely georgia will be the number one seed michigan, should the wolverines win, they will be a number two
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after that you're probably going to get oklahoma state winning the big 12 and cincinnati, not even a power five school brian kelly used to coach there. they are likely to get in as well it's interesting if there's chaos this weekend, notre dame could still get in the college football playoff even though the coach has already flown the coop. >> then mike will go to notre dame >> paul finebaum, it's an honor. you're in the background of my desk here at cnbc every afternoon. college football championship starting at 3:00 eastern on the
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sec network. i'm shepherd smith it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. >> a high profile cross examination. what prosecutors asked elizabeth holmes on the stand one day ap her emotional testimony that she was raped while a student at stanford government approve supervised injection centers what critics are saying. first, hackers on the dark web being choosey and looking for a deal. >> publicly reported data breaches are down so far this year breaches world wide fell 24% compared to the same period a year ago, although breaches in the u.s. did tick up 1.5%. experts say it's because hackers
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are valuing quality over quantity, targeting scams that will make them lots more money now they're offering up sales on dirty tricks and illegal criminal services. >> the criminal underground on the dark web is operating more and more like an evil mirror image of the legitimate business world. hackers offering deep discounts this past weekend for black friday and cyber monday. spotted on the dark web this weekend, it's offering 15% off and give aways and prizes for regular customers. or this one offering 40% off stolen credit card information there cyber security expert david kennedy says his company spotted hackers making twice as many discount offers than last year
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>> during black friday we saw a number of sales for various different services whether it's you wanted to hack into your spouse's account and see their text messages, 70% off. facebook takeovers $25 on the dark web you could also buy ransom ware even easier and cheaper. >> what are the hackers selling on the dark web? all kinds of things. from those stolen credit card numbers to hacking cell phones, all of it is dressed up with the traditional sales techniques in one case a hacker posts five star reviews of his product and the rapid response customer hotline. these hackers just like the rest of us. jeffrey epstein's one-time girlfriend in court, today emotional and graphic testimony from the first accuser in the sex trafficking trial of
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ghislaine maxwell. she's accused of luring young girl into a web of sexual abuse, trafficking them for sex acts with a convicted sex offender, who two years ago reportedly hanged himself in jail under the pseudonym jane, the accuser said she was 14 when she met epstein and ghislaine maxwell at a summer camp she said the couple started grooming her, taking her to the movies, on shopping trips and giving her money she testified she was still 14 years old when epstein sexually abused her for the first time. it happened in his pool house where he pleasured himself in front of her she told the court she was frozen in fear, felt terrified, gross and ashamed. the abuse at times involved groups of people and sometimes maxwell participated in sex acts she says it continued for years, all while she was 14 to 16 years old. maxwell's defense says nothing
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inappropriate ever happened. the defense claims she told her story for money. maxwell could get upwards 40 years in prison. elizabeth holmes on the stand today. cross examination by the government that's been building its case against the theranos founder for months prosecutors grilled her, shooting pointed questions at holmes, trying to pick apart her defense. they pressed her about how her startup handled the "wall street journal" report that first exposed the dysfunction within the company. the lawyers drilled down on what she said were her efforts to suppress whistleblowers who sounded the alarm that the theranos blood test machines didn't actually work as advertised scott? >> reporter: elizabeth holmes has testified there were a lot of things she would have done differently looking back on her
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time as theranos ceo in six hours on the witness stand today, that list of things grew under often withering questioning from assistant u.s. attorney robert leach. remember those logos she admitted she put on company lab reports and sent to prospective business partners like wal walgreens? it turns out she did more than just add the logos she changed the language, including the conclusion on one of the reports and there was apparently another company she did the same thing to she also testified and we learned that theranos was down to just about $15 million in 2013 just as it was about to launch its deal with walgreens, catapulting the company into international fame over the last 24 hours we have seen many sides of elizabeth holmes that we have not seen before emotional yesterday in that
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testimony about her ex-boyfriend and former chief operating officer. today, sometimes evasive, con treat and sometimes emotional under that intense cross examination from leach, who took aim again and again at holmes' contention that her conduct as ceo was the result of abuse by balwani. he has denied that abuse holmes' emotional again as leach had her read affection neat text mentals messages between the two, countering her testimony on direct investigation in case there was no doubt about who was in charge, leach said he was an at will employee, wasn't he holmes said he was leach, you could fire him at any time holmes, i i ccould. she acknowledged she badly
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handled the first negative articles about theranos in 2015, aggressively targeting company whistleblowers and the reporter at the journal then there was her interview with cnbc's jim cramer about that topic, in which prosecutors say she lied about the number of tests that theranos could conduct. the cross examination is not over yet she will be back on the stand. we have a long break now, no court until tuesday. she'll come back on tuesday morning and the defense will have to do a lot of cleaning up. chris cuomo suspended indefinitely by cnn for advising his brother andrew cuomo during his sexual harassment scandal. documents showed huh chris cuomo would use his press connections to prepare the then-fwgovernor's
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team as accusers started to come forward. he would track down the status of news articles and check his sources about a pending report cnn said in a statement, when chris admitted to us he had offered advice to his brother's staff, he broke our rules and we acknowledge that publicly, but we also appreciated the unique position he was in and understood his need to put family first and job second. however, these documents point to a greater level of involvement in his brother's efforts than we previously knew. cnn announced anderson cooper will fill in for cuomo in the 9:00 p.m. eastern time slot tonight. new york using a controversial approach to drug addiction. today the mayor opened two locations where people could bring their own illegal drugs and use them they're called safe injection cites. t -- sites.
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the csites will hand out clean needles and have narcan to quickly reverse overdoses. overdose deaths related to fentanyl have skyrocketed over the last year. beginning in april of last year more than 100 people died of drug overdoses that is a record high. in new york city last year was the deadliest ever recorded for overdoses with more than 2,000 deaths not everybody thinks the safe shoot-up spots are such a good idea and under federal law they're illegal. >> reporter: tonight a first of its kind city authorized initiative two overdose prevention centers opening their doors to drug users in new york city, giving them a safe place to inject illegal drugs. >> the evidence is very clear that overdose prevention centers
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do not result in people using more drugs when people are able to use in a stable environment where they are not worried, they actually start moderating their dosage and use. >> she says the centers can be a game changer for someone who is struggling. >> it develops a community for people who use drugs so that when they are perhaps ready to take the next steps, they can do that. >> the sites don't provide drugs and the two new york city locations were already needle exchange sites, operated by nor nonprofits that will oversee them this letter to the u.s. attorney general asking the justice department to step in to enforce federal law and protect quality of life. >> you're basically advertising to the drug dealers were to come and do their sales because
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you're going to have a captive audience outside these centers. >> other cities are seriously considering their own programs, looking to canada where several have opened in recent years. >> bills are pending in almost a dozen state legislatures around the country. >> reporter: rhode island could be the next place to get its own safe injection sites the governor there just signed a bill allowing them to open as part of a two-year pilot program that would start sometime next march. big numbers from amazon over the holiday shopping weekend the items drawing people in. spacex blasts cargo and people to the moon, but ceo elon musk says there's a problem and this one can't be solved by houston. crisis at the breakfast table. the sticky situation causing a
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amazon sales surged over the long holiday weekend t record breaking cash coming in between black friday and cyber monday that's official from amazon today. the categories driving the buying spree home goods, toys and clothes the top purchases, apple air pods, fire tv sticks and the revlon one step hair drier amazon's selling partners made up more than half of sales the news brings an upbeat outlook for the holiday shopping period nfl viewer ship on thanksgiving was huge nielson says 38 million people watched the raiders and cowboys on cbs it's the most watched regular
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season game in 28 years and a 23% jump from the thanksgiving game last year and motley crew finding a new home sweet home. bmg has acquired the band's entire music catalog variety reports the deal is valued at about 150 million. on wall street the dow down 652. s&p down 88, the nasdaq off 245. elon musk warning that spacex needs to launch space flights a lot more often to keep the company afloat in an e-mail obtained by cnbc musk urges spacex employees to work over the thanksgiving weekend on the company's raptor engine line. that's the engine that's set to power spacex's new launch system known as starship. he describes the production of the raptor engine as a crisis. in the e-mail musk writes in part that spacex faces a genuine
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risk of bankruptcy if it can't achieve a starship flight rate of at least once every two weeks next year. michael sheets covered space for is spacex really in triple her trouble here >> there's three important pieces of context that come with this e-mail. first and foremost is that spacex's core launch business is operating smoothly they've had 25 successful launches of their falcon 9 rockets this year. starship is a capital intensive mammoth rocket and it add the raptor engines represent a jump forward in both technology and ambition for the company so these are very much next generation projects come into the fore
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finally, we reported earlier this month that the spacex vice president of propulsion was taken off of the raptor program and then left the company. that was the first signs of the crisis that musk outlined in his e-mail i obtained today. now musk specifically said he was going to be working along those folks on the engine line over thanksgiving. that's a key part of where everything is going. musk himself putting himself on the line president biden dip into the u.s. oil reserves as gas prices were continuing to rise. but up north, canada is dealing with a real problem, a supply shortage of another so-called liquid gold. the country's tapping its emergency stockpile of maple syrup to try to keep up with global demand. experts say the problem is twofold. demand spiked during the pandemic with more people cooking at home and their sugaring season was warmer and shorter so they don't have
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enough production. how much do you think they have stashed away here's kerry sanders. >> reporter: getting maple syrup is a slow process. drip by drip, the tree's sap is extracted, then boiled down. for every 40 teaspoons of sap there's but one teaspoon of the liquid gold. 73% of the world's maple syrup comes from quebec. our nation is the number one importer of that sweet elixir. this morning the problem is being solved much the way president biden takes pressure off gasoline prices. who knew there was a maple syrup reserve? >> the beauty of maple syrup is we can conserve it
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pure maple syrup sealed and pasteurized in all these barrels and we can keep them for many years. >> reporter: releasing 50 million gallons from the reserve. they believe the release of the treasured reserve should mean no shortages and no price increases. in vermont experts say there's been a direct detection to the pandemic. >> since the beginning of the pandemic, maple consumption has gone through the roof. people were looking for things to do and a lot of them turned to baking. >> reporter: you may think maple syrup and pancakes, but because
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where's mom? she said she would be home in time for the show. don't worry sweetie, she promised she'd be here for it. oh! nice shot! thanks! glad we have xfinity. with wifi speeds faster than a gig. me too. [claps] woah! look! [chuckles] mom is on tv! she's amazing! [screams and laughter] yeah! xfinity brought us together after all. get started with xfinity internet and ask about wifi speed fast than a gig. click, call or visit a store today. the 1920s icon josephine baker becoming the first black woman inducted into france's pantheon it's the nation's highest honor. military officers carried a symbolic casket along a red
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carpet to the pantheon monument in paris today, her music and photos in the backdrop kelley cobiella with a look at how french officials are honoring her. >> reporter: she was the world's first black superstar, edgy, sexy and hugely talented josephine baker, born and raised in missouri, became a household name in the 20s. she spent her life breaking down barriers of exclusion. this risque and controversial dance in a skirt made of bananas. baker's public life made her a wildly popular star. her private life, much of it spent at this remote french castle, made her a hero. it was her refuge and family home this is baker's eldest adoptive son who grew up here. >> did she dance in this >> reporter: now a museum showcasing baker's elaborate
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costumes and most prized possessions. france's highest military medals were awarded for her secret work fighting the nazis in world war ii was she a spy? >> she was. >> reporter: she was very brave. >> she was giving back. >> reporter: but in the u.s., she said she faced hostility and racism at new york's stock club in 1951 ignored for an hour. american actress grace kelly saw it all and walked out in solidarity the future princess of monaco and the queen of the french cabaret becoming lifelong friends. prince albert, grace kelly's son remembers a kind woman. >> her generosity of spirit and of heart really always touched me. >> reporter: baker adopted 12 children from different countries, races and religions, calling the family her rainbow
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tribe. by the late 1960s baker was broke. old friend grace kelly, now princess of monaco, helped baker sing her way back into stardom a remarkable comeback in her 60s, selling out new york's carnegie hall, getting a standing ovation in paris. but just days after her last performance, baker had a stroke and never recovered. thousands in france lined the streets for her funeral, buried with full military honors, a symbolic casket entered into the pantheon today this extraordinary woman making history again her body will remain in monaco, but that casket, that symbolic casket contains soil from her home city of st. louis, from paris and also from monaco, the last place she lived
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in paying tribute tonight, the french president emanuel macron said josephine baker was on the right side of history every time adele is headed to vegas she announced today an exclusive las vegas residency starting january 21st presales tickets available next week but only to registered ticketmaster verified fans her latest album "30" debuted at number one on the charts in at least 30 countries adele will be performing at the coliseum at caesar's. the most popular dog names for 2021 are in. compiled its annual list showing 61% of dog owners chose a human name for their pet. for boy dogs the usuals, max tops the list, charlie, milo, buddy and rocky rounding out the top five for the girls, bella, luna, lucy, daisy and zoe.
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there were also some pandemic inspired dog names fauci, covid and zoom all got a boston pfizer vaccine and dolly parton for their help in funding the pfizer vaccine and all-around awesomeness. police say a gunman killed three students and wounded eight other people at a high school in michigan, a 15-year-old now in custody. the white house confirms it's considering stricter er covid testing requirements for all travelers as the omicron variant spreads. no decisions yet now you know the news of this tuesday, november the 30th, 2021 i'm shephard smith. new and existing customers on the magenta max plan can trade up to the new iphone 13 pro
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