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California wildfires force thousands to evacuate: Live updates

Wildfires are raging through parts of Southern California, burning thousands of acres, destroying homes and businesses and forcing thousands of residents to evacuate.

>> PHOTOS: California wildfires burn thousands of acres, force evacuations

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WATCH: Beyoncé presents Colin Kaepernick with Sports Illustrated's Muhammad Ali award

Surprise!

Former San Francisco 49ers star Colin Kaepernick, who sparked NFL players' recent protests during the national anthem against racial injustice, received Sports Illustrated's Muhammad Ali Legacy Award from a special surprise presenter – Beyoncé.

>> Instagram star gaining attention for resemblance to Beyoncé

"Colin took action with no fear of consequence or repercussion, only hope to change the world for the better, to change perception, to change the way we treat each other – especially people of color," she said Tuesday night at SI's Sportsperson of the Year ceremony.

"I accept this award not for myself, but on behalf of the people because if it were not for my love of the people, I would not have protested," Kaepernick said after an introduction by "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah. "And if it was not for the support from the people, I would not be on this stage today. With our without the NFL's platform, I will continue to work for the people because my platform is the people." 

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The ceremony airs at 8 p.m. Friday on NBC Sports Network.

Kroger recalls bottled water for babies after mold complaints

The Kroger Co. is recalling bottled water for infants after customers complained they found mold in the product.

According to a news release on the Food and Drug Administration website, the recall is for 1-gallon bottles of Comforts FOR BABY Purified Water With Fluoride Added with sell-by dates from April 26, 2018, to Oct. 10, 2018. The bottles are labeled with UPC code 0 41260 37597 2, plant code 51-4140 and the text "DISTRIBUTED BY THE KROGER CO, CINCINNATI, OHIO 45202."

Kroger said the product tested positive for Talaromyces penicillium, which can spark allergic reactions.

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"Allergic responses include hay fever-type symptoms, such as sneezing, runny nose, red eyes and skin rash," the release said. "Allergic reactions to molds are common and can happen immediately after touching or inhaling mold spores, or later. Molds can also cause asthma attacks in people with asthma who are also allergic to mold. Molds can irritate the eyes, skin, nose, throat, and lungs, even in people who aren’t allergic to them."

Babies with HIV or immune-compromising conditions are particularly at risk, the release said.

The water was distributed to Kroger stores – including Food 4 Less, Jay C, Jay C Food Plus, Kroger, Kroger Marketplace, Owen’s, Payless Super Market and Ruler – in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia, the release said. The company has told stores to remove the recalled bottles from their shelves.

If you bought the bottled water, you can return it to the store for a refund, the release said. Do not drink it.

For more information, read the release on the FDA website or call 1-888-SAFEFOOD from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST Monday through Friday.

Christmas gift exchange scam making the rounds on Facebook

A familiar scam is making the rounds on Facebook, just in time for the holidays.

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Authorities have warned the site's users about a "secret sister gift exchange" scam. The scheme is circulated through posts on Facebook in which duped users claim that a person can get up to 36 gifts from other people if they agree to buy a single gift worth $10.

The exchange is a scam and might be illegal, according to police in Cookeville, Tennessee.

"Sounds too good to be true? You're right … it is," police said last year in a post on Facebook. "The gift exchange is a modern version of the chain letter scheme and is illegal."

Don’t fall for the post popping up on your news feed about a secret sister gift exchange – it’s a scam and illegal. This... Posted by Cookeville Police Department on Wednesday, November 16, 2016

The U.S. Postal Service warned that the scam and ones like it are "mathematically impossible."

"Do not be fooled … the primary purpose (of the scam) is to take your money," according to the Postal Service.

The scam has been popular on social media for the last few years. Participants are asked to put their names on a list after agreeing to take part -- ostensibly in order to put them at the top of the list for the next batch of secret Santas.

"You have no idea who you're giving that information to, so ultimately what you're setting yourself up for is identity theft," Danville, Pennsylvania, Police Chief Eric Gill warned WNEP last year. "Sending your private information to somewhere where you have no idea where it's going to go is very foolish."

Billy Bush says Trump 'Access Hollywood' tape is real in scathing op-ed

Former "Access Hollywood" and "Today" host Billy Bush is back in the spotlight.

In a scathing New York Times op-ed published Sunday, Bush said the 2005 tape that captured now-President Donald Trump making explicit comments about groping women is real.

>> 'SNL': Trump meets ghosts of Flynn, Billy Bush, Putin, Hillary Clinton in 'Christmas Carol' parody

"Of course he said it," wrote Bush, who was heard laughing and egging on Trump in the hot-mic audio that surfaced during the 2016 election. "And we laughed along, without a single doubt that this was hypothetical hot air from America's highest-rated bloviator."

Bush said he and the seven other witnesses on the bus during the recording assumed Trump was just performing.

>> Billy Bush hospitalized after being hit on the head with a golf ball

"We now know better," Bush wrote.

Bush, who was fired from his job as a "Today" host last year in wake of the controversy, said he believes the women who accused Trump of sexual misconduct after the tape surfaced.

"To these women: I will never know the fear you felt or the frustration of being summarily dismissed and called a liar, but I do know a lot about the anguish of being inexorably linked to Donald Trump," Bush wrote. "You have my respect and admiration. You are culture warriors at the forefront of necessary change."

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The editorial came amid reports that Trump is now privately questioning the tape's authenticity, even though he previously apologized for his comments.

"President Trump is currently indulging in some revisionist history, reportedly telling allies, including at least one United States senator, that the voice on the tape is not his," Bush wrote. "This has hit a raw nerve in me."

Read the full op-ed here.

Supermoon 2017: 12 must-see photos that lit up social media

Did you miss the supermoon that delighted skygazers Sunday night? Here’s the good news: Photographers around the world shared must-see snapshots of the phenomenon on social media.

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>> MORE PHOTOS: Supermoon 2017 around the world

>> Sunday supermoon kicks off trilogy of spectacular lunar viewing

>> Supermoon 2017: How to see, photograph the majestic ‘Full Cold Moon’ this weekend

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You’ll also get a chance to see other supermoons on Jan. 1 and Jan. 31, 2018.

'SNL': Trump meets ghosts of Flynn, Billy Bush, Putin, Hillary Clinton in 'Christmas Carol' parody

"Saturday Night Live" gave President Donald Trump's White House a "Christmas Carol" spin in the latest episode's cold open.

>> Trump reacts to Flynn's guilty plea by slamming Hillary Clinton, 'rigged system'

In the sketch, which quickly shot to the top spot on YouTube's trending videos list early Sunday, Alec Baldwin's Trump got a holiday visit from "Ghost of Witness Flipped" Michael Flynn (Mikey Day), Billy Bush (Alex Moffat), Russian President Vladimir Putin (Beck Bennett) and Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon).

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"You have no idea how long I've wanted to say this: Lock him up!" McKinnon's Clinton said while pointing at Flynn (Day) and cackling.

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Matt Lauer responds to sexual misconduct allegations

Former "Today" show co-host Matt Lauer, who was fired from NBC on Wednesday amid sexual misconduct allegations, issued a response Thursday morning to the accusations against him.

>> Matt Lauer fired over allegations of inappropriate workplace behavior

>> PHOTOS: Matt Lauer through the years

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Matt Lauer fired over allegations of inappropriate workplace behavior

Television host Matt Lauer has been fired from NBC’s “Today” show after a colleague complained that he engaged in inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace, network officials said Wednesday.

>> PHOTOS: Matt Lauer through the years

NBC News chairman Andy Lack said in a memo sent to staff that the company received the complaint on Monday and moved swiftly to terminate Lauer's employment.

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"While it is the first complaint about his behavior in the over 20 years he's been at NBC News, we were also presented with reason to believe this may not have been an isolated incident," Lack said.

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Who is Howell Emanuel Donaldson III, suspect in Tampa serial killer case?

Police have arrested a man in connection with four deadly shootings in the Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa, Florida, police said Tuesday.

>> Tampa serial killer case: Man arrested, faces 4 1st-degree murder charges in fatal shootings

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Here's what we know about the suspect, Howell Emanuel Donaldson III:

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Reno shooter dead after opening fire from high-rise, police say

A gunman is dead after he opened fire Tuesday from a high-rise in Reno, Nevada, police said.

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WATCH: New Zealand police ask, 'Do you care enough to be a cop?' in hilarious viral video

Looking for a job? New Zealand police are hiring – and they're pulling out all the stops to attract new recruits in a hilarious viral video.

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"Freeze! NZ Police's most entertaining recruitment video, yet!" the police department's recruiting website says of the action movie-style video. "With over 70 real cops, the police band, police cats, helicopters and stunts, we're here to encourage a range of New Zealanders to join our team."

(And yes, you read that right: police cats.)

>> Need something to lift your spirits? Read more uplifting news 

The video, which has been viewed more than 300,000 times on YouTube since it was posted Saturday, touts the department's starting salary – $55,000 NZ, or about $38,000 US – and variety of jobs.

"You can choose from over 30 different careers, like underwater business or youth work or police commissioner stuff," officers say while diving, swimming, dancing and sitting behind a cluster of microphones.

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Another officer running at full speed stops abruptly to help an elderly man slowly cross the street as a local internet celebrity, William "Waiirua" Cribb, entertains a stopped driver with some interesting dance moves.

"Do you care enough to be a cop?" one officer shouts through a bullhorn after coaxing a furry, four-legged thief into dropping a woman's purse. "Take the first step and visit newcops.co.nz."

Learn more here.

Prince Harry engaged to Meghan Markle

British royal family officials on Monday announced the engagement of Prince Harry of Wales and American actress Meghan Markle more than a year after the pair started dating.

>> Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: A relationship timeline

>> PHOTOS: Prince Harry through the years

>> PHOTOS: Meghan Markle through the years

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Soul Train Awards 2017: Complete winners list

Bruno Mars won big at the 2017 Soul Train Awards, taking home five awards. Check out the full list of winners from the show, which aired Sunday night on BET:

>> PHOTOS: Soul Train Awards 2017 red carpet

>> PHOTOS: Soul Train Awards 2017 show

  • Don Cornelius Legend Award: Toni Braxton
  • Lady of Soul Award: SWV
  • Best New Artist: SZA
  • Best R&B/Soul Male Artist: Bruno Mars
  • Best R&B/Soul Female Artist: SZA
  • Soul Train Certified Award: Bell Biv Devoe, Ledisi
  • Video of the Year: Bruno Mars, "24k Magic"
  • Best Gospel/Inspirational Award: Lecrae
  • Album/Mixtape of the Year: Bruno Mars, "24k Magic"
  • Rhythm & Bars Award: Cardi B, "Bodak Yellow"
  • Song of the Year: Bruno Mars, "That's What I Like"
  • The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter's Award: Troy L. John, Solange Knowles and Raphael Saadiq, "Cranes in the Sky"
  • Best Dance Performance: Bruno Mars, "24k Magic"
  • Best Collaboration: DJ Khaled, "Wild Thoughts (feat. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller) in the Sky"

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'Glee' star Naya Rivera arrested, charged with domestic battery

"Glee" star Naya Rivera was arrested Saturday night and charged with domestic battery in West Virginia.

According to WSAZ, Rivera, 30, was arrested after an incident involving husband Ryan Dorsey in Kanawha County, investigators said. Dorsey told deputies that the two were walking with their child when Rivera struck him in the lip and head, WSAZ reported. The incident was captured on cellphone video, which Dorsey gave to deputies, WSAZ reported.

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WCHS reporter Kalea Gunderson posted a photo and video of Rivera being arraigned early Sunday. The actress was released on $1,000 bond.

Rivera and Dorsey have been married since July 2014. Rivera filed for divorce in November 2016 but called off the split last month, People reported

Thanksgiving dinner mix-up now a tradition with grandma who accidentally invited teen

Phoenix teenager Jamal Hinton and grandmother Wanda Hence have turned their internet fame from 2016 into a tradition.

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Last year, Hence thought she was texting her grandson to invite him to dinner in a group text, but she was actually texting Jamal Hinton, 17.

Hinton asked who was texting him and was told it was his grandmother.

“I really thought it was my grandma, so I had to ask for a picture to make sure,” Hinton told BuzzFeed.

The result was a selfie exchange from Hence to which Hinton replied, "You're not my grandma!"

But Hinton asked if he could still get a plate of food despite the mistake. Hence replied, “Of course you can. That's what grandmas do ... feed everyone."

KNXV reported that Hinton joined Hence’s family for dinner and is now her "honorary grandson."

When Hinton arrived and shook Hence’s hand, the two soon embraced for a hug.

"I'd never seen her before and she welcomed me into her home," Hinton told KNXV. "That shows me how great of a person she is. I'm thankful for people like that."

"He always has an open invite to our house for Thanksgiving," Hence told WVEC Friday.

  

U.S. Navy aircraft with 11 on board crashes into Pacific: Live updates

A U.S. Navy aircraft with 11 people on board has crashed into the Pacific Ocean, officials said Wednesday.

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Charles Manson death: Notable reactions on social media

Charles Manson, the cult leader who led followers to kill actress Sharon Tate and six others, is dead at age 83, the California Department of Corrections said late Sunday.

>> Charles Manson dead at 83

>> PHOTOS: Charles Manson through the years

>> PHOTOS: Notable deaths 2017

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Here’s what public figures, celebrities, and other notable people and organizations were saying about his death:

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This coffee riddle has baffled the internet – can you solve it?

You may want to have a cup of joe – or two – before you try to solve this viral puzzle that is baffling social media users.

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If you've checked Facebook or Twitter over the past few days, you've probably seen the image of four coffee cups under a maze of pipes, followed by the question, "Who gets coffee first?"

>> See the image here

Turns out, the puzzle is easier to solve than you may think.

>> Want to see the answer? Click here or flip the card below!

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