Over three decades ago, Anita Hill testified about being sexually harassed by her former boss and then-Supreme Court nominee Justice Clarence Thomas. Hill joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss today's Supreme Court, the impact of its decisions and her new book, “Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence.”
- The Hill
Secretary of State Antony Blinken called recent barrages of Russian missile strikes against Ukraine’s energy infrastructure “barbaric” on Wednesday, accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin of trying to “freeze and starve Ukrainians.” Ukraine says Russia has stepped up its attacks against energy infrastructure targets in recent weeks, leading to rolling blackouts across the country and leaving…
- Associated Press
The Israeli military said Wednesday it is temporarily removing a unit of ultra-Orthodox soldiers out of the occupied West Bank after a 78-year-old Palestinian-American man died following an arrest by its soldiers early this year. The army said the “Netzah Yehuda” Battalion will be moved to the Golan Heights, along Israel’s northern front with Syria, by the end of the year. The announcement made no mention of the death of Omar Assad, who died after being detained, handcuffed and blindfolded by Israeli soldiers.
- Associated Press
The leader of the Islamic State group, Abu al-Hassan al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi, was killed in battle recently, the group’s spokesman said in audio released Wednesday. Al-Qurayshi is the second IS leader to be killed this year at a time when the extremist group has been trying to rise again with its sleeper cells carrying out deadly attacks in Iraq and Syria. Little had been known about al-Qurayshi, who took over the group’s leadership following the death of his predecessor, Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi, in a U.S. raid in February in northwest Syria.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid on Tuesday urged world leaders to block a Palestinian bid at the United Nations for an advisory opinion from the International Court of Justice on Israel's occupation, the prime minister's office said. In a letter, Lapid asked more than 50 heads of state, including those of the UK and France, to pressure the Palestinian Authority, which exercises limited rule in the occupied West Bank, and prevent it from promoting the resolution at the General Assembly. A spokesman for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Lapid's efforts were "doomed to fail."
- The Independent
Russia may have turned the lights out but Ukrainians will stay strong, says Washington’s Blinken
- Simply Wall St.
Over the past year, many Equinix, Inc. ( NASDAQ:EQIX ) insiders sold a significant stake in the company which may have...
- NBC Sports
The Tempe City Council unanimously approved a proposal for a new Coyotes arena and entertainment district, clearing the way for a public vote on the project next year.
- Yahoo Life
Former 'Bachelor' Clayton Echard feared being 'perceived as less of a man' by sharing his struggle with body dysmorphia
The former NFL player shares how he sought help for body image issues.
- Eagles Wire
The NFC East has four of the top teams in the conference here's a breakdown of the division heading into Week 13
- Yahoo Life
Antibiotics are very effective but that doesn’t mean they’re meant to treat every cough, ache and sniffle. So when do you actually need one? Here's what experts say.
- NBC Sports Chicago
Before first baseman Jos Abreu signed with the Astros, one of the White Sox' division rivals reportedly had "significant interest" in signing him.
Mickey Sumner To Star Opposite Elizabeth Banks In Medical Drama ‘A Mistake’ From ‘Sunshine Cleaning’ Director Christine Jeffs
EXCLUSIVE: Mickey Sumner will star opposite Elizabeth Banks in A Mistake — the medical drama from writer-director Christine Jeffs (Sunshine Cleaning) that was first announced during the 2022 Cannes Market. Based on the novel by Carl Shuker, A Mistake follows Elizabeth Taylor (Banks), who is a gifted surgeon — the only female consultant at her […]
- Sacramento Bee
Now some California Savage X Fenty customers could get paid.
- The Columbus Dispatch
The U.S. should get nose-to-nose with Putin and tell him to get his troops out of Ukraine, including Crimea, William DiMascio writes.
- Yahoo News UK
A journalist asked if the two leaders were meeting because they had a lot of things in common.
- Celtics Wire
Stromile Swift, the source of Luke Kornet’s post-dunk bird celebration, gives Celtics his stamp of approval
The former No. 2 pick supports Kornet's hand-birds and the team that generates the dunks behind them.
- Vikings Wire
The Vikings are very stubborn on defense
- The Daily Beast
ReutersBilly club-wielding police officers in hazmat suits have wrestled angry anti-zero-COVID protesters into submission across China—at least for the moment. Battlegrounds in Guangzhou, Shanghai, and elsewhere, where fierce fighting between protesters and security forces raged Tuesday, were hauntingly quiet on Wednesday, according to several international press outlets allowed to report from the country on the biggest act of civil disobedience under Xi Jinping’s reign. Hangzhou, Lakeside Yinta
- The Wall Street Journal
Russia freed up forces for its offensive in eastern Ukraine when it withdrew earlier in November from the southern city of Kherson, the only regional capital that the Kremlin captured since its full-scale invasion.
The reawakening of the world's largest volcano in Hawaii has sparked global interest and, if history is any guide, that could translate into a benefit for the state's tourism industry. Mauna Loa came to life over the weekend, sending fountains of molten lava high into the air above the big island. A road to a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration observation station on the mountain has been cut.