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'Sextortion' ring preyed on young women and exposed dark side of South Korea's internet

Cho Ju-bin masterminded one of South Korea's most notorious sex crime schemes, blackmailing young women into providing sexually compromising images.

Biden steps into leadership vacuum to reassure Americans with Thanksgiving address

Biden steps into the White House leadership vacuum on the coronavirus, resetting the tone in a solemn Thanksgiving address aimed at an anxious nation.

For former casino workers, food banks and pantries serve as a lifeline during the pandemic

Although unemployment rates in Nevada have recently decreased, the number of people without jobs in September was still 134,756 higher than a year earlier.

Diego Maradona, Argentine soccer legend, dies at 60

Diego Maradona, who led Argentina to victory in the 1986 World Cup but was tormented by drug abuse and illness in his later years, has died at 60.

Laid-off casino workers rely on Las Vegas food banks during pandemic

Although unemployment rates in Nevada have recently decreased, the number of people without jobs in September was 134,756 higher than a year earlier.

Rick Schroder explains bail for Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse: 'It made me mad'

"NYPD Blue" and "Silver Spoons" actor Rick Schroder says he contributed "hundreds of thousands" of dollars to Kyle Rittenhouse's bail and defense.

Coronavirus infections are higher than ever, but COVID-19 deaths are not. Why?

The more cases that are reported, the more deaths we would expect to see, right? The answer is both yes and no, experts said.

Giving thanks, expressing hope: presidential wishes at Thanksgiving

From Washington to Lincoln and beyond, presidents called on the nation to give thanks in messages that reflect the challenges of each era.

Archbishop Gregory stood up to Trump. Now he's about to be the first Black cardinal in U.S.

Washington's Wilton Gregory, soon to be the only Black American cardinal, has grown increasingly outspoken over race matters.

Biden picks a Goldilocks Cabinet, neither too left or right

President-elect Joe Biden's Goldilocks Cabinet picks underscore his deftness at hugging the center in politics and policy, as he tries to avoid the bitter partisanship that has hobbled recent presidents.

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