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Got a package you didn't order? It could be a scam

Most people who buy things online just have to worry about their deliveries being delayed or never arriving. But some people are dealing with a different problem altogether: getting weird stuff like hair clippers, face creams and sunglasses they never even ordered at all.

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Opinion: Trump's deranged call reveals a desperate man

The latest turn in loser Donald Trump's campaign to overturn the 2020 election reveals a desperate man willing to say almost anything to get what he wants but instead getting rebuffed by officials who are made of finer stuff. As he pressures them to abandon their duty and come over the dark side of politics, their refusal makes Trump's corrupt methods all the more obvious.

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Pulitzer Prize winner: Artists must sound the alarm

Somewhere in the middle of "Homeland Elegies," the sprawling, ambitious novel published earlier this year by playwright Ayad Akhtar, the main character of the novel, who is also a playwright called Ayad Akhtar, is speaking to his mentor, a college professor named Mary Moroni, who suggests that he write down his dreams. "The more you can dwell along the weave, feel the lattice work, the closer you'll be to the vital, vivid stuff," she advises him.

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The best Cyber Monday deals to shop right now

If you missed out on some of the shopping from Friday's major sales, you're in luck! Quite a few retailers have kept the discounts going through the weekend, so you can still score big savings on the stuff you need ahead of the next giant sale event of the year, Cyber Monday.

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Opinion: The only way Republicans can lead again

President Donald Trump is conducting an all-out assault on our democracy. There is no other way to look at this. The President lost the election and his legal team has failed to produce evidence of voter fraud. So now President Trump is attempting to convince state legislatures to overthrow the results. Voters made their decision, and yet he wants to force a different outcome. His attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is spewing the kinds of conspiracy theories that even conspiracy theorists shy away from. This is dangerous stuff. When some writers, such as Barton Gellman, writing in the Atlantic, predicted this would happen, too many people shrugged off the warning.

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Pandemic's toll on mental health: 'We're suffering some real stuff'

The coronavirus pandemic's connection to mental health is becoming more clear and Shelby Rowe, a bead artist in Oklahoma, knows that impact firsthand. CNN's Jacqueline Howard shares Shelby's story -- and ways to keep yourself mentally healthy amid the Covid-19 crisis.

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Secret Melania Trump recordings: Who gives a F- about Christmas stuff

First Lady Melania Trump was secretly recorded by former senior adviser Stephanie Winston Wolkoff in the summer of 2018 expressing her frustration at being criticized for her husband's policy of separating families who illegally crossed the southern border while at the same time needing to perform traditional first lady duties, such as preparing for Christmas.

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Distaste with Trump's debate antics were front of mind with undecided voters

President Donald Trump took four years of personal venom and outright lies and stuffed it all into 90 minutes of chaotic sparring with former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday night -- a performance that, for all its sound and fury, even his allies said afterward was unlikely to change the dynamic of a contest that polls show he is losing.

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The sinister truth behind Britain's stately homes

Grand buildings replete with turrets, picture windows and kitchen gardens. Perfectly manicured lawns. And hundreds of rooms stuffed with antiques and objet d'arts from across the globe.

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Trump accidentally revealed something very important in a tweet

On any given day, President Donald Trump will tweet or retweet dozens -- and sometimes hundreds -- of things. Most of this stuff is either celebratory of something he did (or didn't do) or just the sort of standard-issue propaganda that your average conservative internet troll might produce.

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