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  1. A Manhattan jury has reached a verdict in the criminal tax fraud trial of two Trump Organization entities.
  2. A Manhattan jury has found two Trump Organization entities guilty on all counts in connection to a 15-year tax fraud scheme. CNN correspondent Kara Scannell reports.
  3. The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol has decided to make criminal referrals to the Department of Justice, the panel's chairman, Rep. Bennie Thompson, told reporters Tuesday.
  4. Matthew Colangelo -- who recently served as a senior official in the US Justice Department and before that served as an attorney on the Trump Foundation investigation with the New York attorney general's office -- will now serve as senior counsel to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, according to an announcement from the office.
  5. Special counsel Jack Smith has subpoenaed local officials in Wisconsin and Michigan for any and all communications with then-President Donald Trump, his 2020 campaign and a number of aides and allies, multiple sources confirmed to CNN.
  6. The highly touted red wave in last month's midterm election failed to develop largely because it hit a wall of resistance among independent voters, especially across the key battleground states. And that presents difficult questions for Republicans looking forward to 2024.
  7. Donald Trump's Save America PAC has been footing the legal bills for additional Trump aides and allies whom federal investigators have subpoenaed for grand jury testimony as part of investigations surrounding the former president, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.
  8. • Election results for Georgia's Senate runoff
  9. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell criticized former President Donald Trump's comments in a post on Truth Social earlier this week that called for the "termination" of the Constitution.
  10. Rep. Andy Biggs, the hard-right Arizona Republican who lost a bid last month for his conference's nomination to be the next speaker, says he will be a candidate for the speakership on January 3 -- a move that will only make it harder for House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy to claim the speaker's gavel on the first ballot.
  11. CNN's Don Lemon speaks with supporters of Democratic incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker ahead of the Georgia Senate race to hear what's on voters' minds.
  12. Archaeologists have discovered a stunning 1,300-year-old necklace, made of gold, garnets and other semiprecious stones, at an excavation site in central England earmarked for a housing development.
  13. A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Saudi Arabia's crown prince after the Biden administration recommended he be granted immunity in the case brought against him by the fiancée of murdered Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
  14. A structure unearthed on a Florida beach after recent storms could be a shipwreck from the 1800s, according to local officials.
  15. All eight teams have now booked their places in the World Cup quarterfinals. Who are they and how did they get there?
  16. Kirstie Alley and John Travolta were never romantically involved, but that wasn't how she initially wanted it.
  17. Investigators have "a lot of quality leads" about last month's killings of four University of Idaho students in an off-campus house, even though they still haven't determined who killed them, an Idaho state police spokesperson said Tuesday morning.
  18. Aprianna Lukie's grandmother accidentally locked her one-year-old granddaughter in a car. Z'Naria cleverly followed her mother's instructions to make a safe escape.
  19. More than three years after a boy was thrown over a balcony at the Mall of America in Minnesota, the child's family has reached a settlement with the mall, the family's attorneys said.
  20. Conductor gone wild. Watch guy who won a raffle get to conduct an orchestra. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
  21. In contrast with the tight and turbulent Arizona election, Monday's certification of the state's voting results was uneventful. Boring, even. And most voters on both sides seem content with that.
  22. Back in 2018 — that is to say, five iPhone generations ago — an acquaintance shared a picture of a bunch of frayed and useless Apple Lightning charging cables on my Twitter feed, complaining that as a trillion-dollar company, Apple should "figure out a way to make better cords."
  23. "London is back," announced Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn, whose pre-recorded year-in review-video message opened the 2022 Fashion Awards on Monday evening. "New York is back, Paris is back, Milan is back," Quinn continued, as viral runway moments from fashion houses including Bottega Veneta, Coperni, Tommy Hilfiger flashed across screens inside the historic Royal Albert Hall in London.
  24. While hearing a case about whether a graphic designer can refuse to serve gay couples, the Supreme Court debated whether a shopping mall Santa Claus could decline to take a photo with a child dressed in a KKK costume.
  25. A measles outbreak in central Ohio is growing, sickening more than 50 children, with many of them needing hospitalization, according to data updated Tuesday by Columbus Public Health.
  26. A Nevada fire department that closed one of its stations for an "undetermined amount of time" because of a bat infestation is now preparing to hand that station back over to the state and move to a new building.
  27. The end of an era is fast approaching at Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," and the network has announced at least the first phase of plans for what's to come next.
  28. John Bolton, who served as former president Donald Trump's national security adviser, says he is contemplating entering the 2024 presidential race to stop Trump from getting a second term in office.
  29. Residents of a North Carolina county are entering a third day without lights or heating, after a suspected attack on electric substations resulted in a widespread outage that blanketed the county in darkness, shuttered schools and businesses and prompted a curfew.
  30. Ifeoma Ozoma signed a non-disclosure agreement with Pinterest and then broke it on Twitter to tell her story of discrimination. Two years later, she has spearheaded legislation that protects millions of employees in similar situations.
  31. A chill is in the air, and you all know what that means — it's time for cold and flu season, when it seems everyone you know is suddenly sneezing, sniffling or worse. It's almost as if those pesky cold and flu germs whirl in with the first blast of winter weather.
  32. In a rare interview, twin brothers Ashton and Michael Kutcher talked about both their bond and their rift.
  33. • How are hearing aids and dementia related? A new study explains • Video: See moment Chris Hemsworth learns of a shocking health secret in his DNA
  34. Since 1975, Canine Companions has placed 7,200 dogs with needy participants -- all free of charge. Dogs are trained for over two years to learn more than 40 commands that help better peoples' lives. For Izzy Sherman, a ten-year-old using a walker, her new service dog will be a "game changer."
  35. For many people, back pain can make it difficult to function in everyday life. It affects how you move, feel and think, leaving you with no choice but to take some kind of action to alleviate the pain.
  36. The Laundress brand of detergent and household cleaning products has recalled about eight million products because of the possible presence of bacteria that could pose a health risk to consumers.

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