Jim goes one-on-one with Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Dr. Jose L. Dotres, who makes a case for why voters should vote “yes” to Referendum 210 which will include some unsettling numbers on the disparity between what Miami-Dade teachers earn compared to the national average. The need for better school safety will also be discussed. Guest: Dr. Jose L. Dotres/MIAMI-DADE SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT
- The Desert Sun
The latest vote count updates Tuesday showed Wallis with 84,420 votes to Holstege’s 84,408.
- The State
Clarrissa Winchester died Nov. 9 when she was seven months pregnant. The baby died as well.
- LA Times
As his father drove from California toward Nevada, repeating prayers while wearing a football helmet, a 12-year-old boy made an emergency call from the passenger seat, telling dispatchers he was concerned about his safety.
A Biden administration official is on leave after they were charged with stealing a Vera Bradley suitcase worth over $2,000 from a Minnesota airport
Sam Brinton, who faces a felony charge, initially told cops they didn't take the bag, but later backtracked and said they "got nervous," police said.
- Wolverines Wire
Some teams are still within striking distance.
- Fox News
Authorities have not identified a suspect in the murders of four college students, but some experts say detectives shouldn't discount the killer potentially being an "incel."
- Broncos Wire
The NFL has mercifully flexed the Broncos out of NBC's national spotlight in Week 14. Denver will host the Chiefs in the afternoon instead.
- Associated Press
A wealthy Connecticut woman whose criminal case file was sealed from public view was sentenced Tuesday to one year in jail for secretly recording three people, including a minor, in a manner involving sexual desire. Hadley Palmer, 54, of Greenwich, was led out of the state courtroom in Stamford in handcuffs by judicial marshals. Judge John Blawie, who sealed Palmer's case file earlier this year over objections by the The Associated Press, ordered that the file remain sealed Tuesday, keeping the specifics of the charges included in an arrest warrant shielded from public view.
Far-right agitator Milo Yiannopoulos said he planned the meeting “to show Trump the kind of talent that he’s missing out on."
- Fox News
Idaho college murder victim Kaylee Goncalves' father sheds new light on what happened the morning when four students were slaughtered in their beds yards from campus.
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
After Tiger Woods addressed the media Tuesday before his Hero World Challenge, Phil Mickelson took to Twitter to respond to comments.
Sen. Thom Tillis deflected blame from the former president, who hosted a notorious white supremacist for dinner at Mar-a-Lago.
- Touchdown Wire
How bad have Russell Wilson and the Broncos been this season? They just got Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs flexed out of prime time.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
After the 2020 and 2021 seasons, the Packers had one very specific Aaron Rodgers problem. As the 2022 season works its way toward a conclusion, the Packers have a different kind of Aaron Rodgers problem. Previously, the concern was that Rodgers would retire or try to force his way to a new team. Currently (or, [more]
- Fresno Bee
Bakersfield Republican could have blamed Trump for having dinner with a white supremacist and woman-hater. He didn’t, and that is poor leadership. | Opinion
The late night host mocked the "meeting of the mindless" before revealing which part of the meal he'd have loved to have seen.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Maybe Aaron Rodgers should finish his career with the Seahawks. Seattle coach Pete Carroll has shown some 9/11 truther tendencies. So, apparently, has Rodgers. Appearing on The Breneman Show podcast, former Packers quarterback DeShone Kizer said that Rodgers asked Kizer whether he believes that 9/11 actually happened. “The first thing that comes out of Aaron [more]
- Town & Country
The Queen Consort was joined by Queen Rania, Queen Mathilde, Princess Mary, and other prominent women leaders.
Suze Orman says, ‘We’re heading downhill very fast,’ unless employers start providing this lucrative benefit to their workers
Americans trying to save some cash for unforeseen expenses are up against a lot — months of red-hot inflation, wages that don’t keep up, the sheer difficulty of delayed gratification in a time when people spend billions of dollars online in one day. “It won’t happen, it has never happened and unless employers start to help employees do that, we’re heading, really, down hill very fast,” she said. The savings rate has not been helped by the end of pandemic-era government benefits.
Throughout the duration of his senate campaign, Herschel Walker has claimed that he has deep ties to the state he’s hoping to represent in Washington — Georgia.