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Russian helicopter shot down: Ukrainian military shares video

Ukrainian Armed Forces shared a video showing a Russian helicopter being shot down. CNN geolocated this video. The area where it was filmed includes a base where the Russians have been running helicopter operations and has recently been under attack by Ukrainian forces. CNN has been unable to verify when this happened.

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Police release surveillance and body camera videos

The Los Angeles Police Department has released an edited package of surveillance camera footage and police-worn body camera videos showing the events that led to the shooting death of a teenage girl by an officer firing at an assault suspect.

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CNN anchors share favorite dishes for the holidays

Don Lemon's Louisiana crawfish étouffée and Brianna Keilar's chili mac are among the favorite family recipes our CNN anchors love to cook up this time of year -- and now they're showing us how they do it. So grab an apron and join in on the fun!

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Bodycam video shows different view of Daunte Wright's deadly police encounter

The jury in the trial of Kim Potter, the former Brooklyn Center officer who has said she mistook her gun for a Taser and accidentally shot 20-year old Daunte Wright, was shown new bodycam video showing a different view of Wright's encounter with police. Potter has pleaded not guilty to first- and second-degree manslaughter. CNN's Adrienne Broaddus reports.

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Mixed messaging continues as US enters the booster era

Cases are going up. Hospitalizations are too. Depending on where you live, mask mandates are either being dropped or enacted. Vaccines are more available than ever, but hesitancy remains a real problem. Experimental drugs are showing promise as well, yet regulatory approval takes time.

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'Eye for an eye': CNN analyst on what Gosar vote means for Democrats' future

The House voted largely along party lines to censure GOP Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona. The move comes after he posted a photoshopped anime video on his Twitter and Instagram accounts showing him appearing to kill Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and attacking President Biden.

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