Cop shot in the face at a traffic stop has died

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Cop shot in the face at a traffic stop has died

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A police officer in West Virginia who was shot in the face on Tuesday died on Thursday evening. Charleston police Officer Cassie Johnson was responding to a traffic complaint around 3 p.m. on Tuesday. A suspect identified as 38-year-old Joshua Phillips allegedly shot her in the face.

Johnsons was hospitalized in critical condition. She underwent surgery until it was determined that her body could not sustain life on its own. She was taken off life support. Her organs will be donated. 


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The stock market was set for slight gains this morning, with Dow futures indicating an increase of 100 points.

Investors today will receive a November employment report. Analysts expect the data to reflect approximately 440,000 new jobs and a 6.7% unemployment rate. The October report totaled 638,000 new jobs and a 6.9% unemployment rate.

Yesterday the Labor Department released its latest look at initial jobless claims, and that number was down to 712,000 from 787,000.

Still, an economist for MUFG, Chris Rupkey, warned: “Job layoffs showed modest improvement, but make no mistake, there are storm clouds out on the horizon ready to roll in if Congress doesn’t act to renew the unemployment benefits for gig workers and for extended benefits that expire at the end of the year.”


How to properly use a self-cleaning oven

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During the holidays, no appliance is used more than your oven. That’s why it’s important to keep it clean in-between major meals. But does a self-cleaning oven actually make the task easier? Well, it depends.

Many people assume that an oven with a self-cleaning feature never has to be cleaned by hand, but that’s not true. If you go too long without giving the oven a mild scrub down, be prepared to set off your smoke detectors when you let it automatically clean!

There are a few tricks you can implement to make sure your self-cleaning oven stays clean without having to scrub it down regularly. Check out the list here!


There are tons of exercise options out there, but which ones will help you burn the most calories?

Hiking is one of the best ways to burn calories while exercising. Navigating different terrains and obstacles will make you exert yourself more than you do while walking on level ground. Just 30 minutes of hiking can help you burn 173 calories.

Cycling was also near the top of the list by coming in at 117 calories burned for every 30 minutes of activity. Jumping rope at a fast pace was surprisingly almost as good as cycling since it burns 115 calories for every 30 minutes of activity.

Which exercise option topped the list and which ones were at the bottom?


The first female and Jewish mayor was elected in San Francisco

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On December 4, 1978, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors named Dianne Feinstein as mayor of the city, following the November 27 murder of Mayor George Moscone.

Dianne Feinstein, who at the time was president of the Board of Supervisors (the San Francisco equivalent of city council), became the first – and to date only – female mayor of the city.

She was also the first Jewish person elected to Mayor in the city.

Find out more about the tumultuous times that brought her into the limelight and paved the way for the rest of her career.

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Rex Jackson

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