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Beatles Documentary 'Eight Days a Week' Gets Grammy NodThe Beatles documentary "Eight Days a Week" has been nominated for a Grammy award for Best Music film.
Philly College Students Compete In Gingerbread House CompetitionSome interior design students at Moore College of Art & Design broke up into three groups in a gingerbread-style competition.
Battleship New Jersey Holds Service To Honor Lives Lost In Pearl Harbor AttackIt was the attack that changed the course of history for the United States of America.
'America's Most Wanted' Montgomery County Fugitive Caught In EnglandA man who’s been on the run since he pleaded guilty in Montgomery County to raping a 13 year-old has been caught in England.
Most New Jersey Residents See Casino Gambling As Negative, Poll FindsForty years after New Jersey approved legalized casino gambling in Atlantic City, a new Quinnipiac University poll shows Garden State residents feel they were dealt a bad hand.
Online Emergency Profiles Now Available In Camden CountyCamden County is the first in New Jersey to put the system in operation.

Health

Study Finds Having A Positive Outlook On Life Could Save YoursThis is a large scale study that finds having a positive outlook really can help you live longer.
Study Finds Men More At Risk Of Overeating During HolidaysA study explains the mental side of why men try to out-eat friends and loved ones, even if it's subconscious.
Study: Just 1 Cigarette A Day Can Lead To Earlier DeathThe study found those who smoke between one and 10 cigarettes had an 87 percent risk of earlier death than nonsmokers.
Drexel Using Video Games To Help Those With Motor Disabilitiesnside Drexel University’s Replay Lab they’re developing video games to help the those with motor disabilities.
Target Recalls Menorahs Due To Melting HazardTarget is reminding shoppers about previously recalled menorahs due to a melting hazard.
Christie Visits Infants Facing Drug Addiction, Pledges HelpGov. Chris Christie says a tour of a New Jersey neonatal unit for infants born to mothers on drugs makes him want to do more to help them.

Consumer

Best 50 Places To Work In 2017: The List May Surprise YouThe top 50 places to work have been tabulated and the results may surprise you!
Target Recalls Menorahs Due To Melting HazardTarget is reminding shoppers about previously recalled menorahs due to a melting hazard.
Here's How You Can Get Starbucks FOR LIFEHow does Starbucks for life sound? Well it’s true and you can cash in right from the palm of your hand.
Amazon Opens A Grocery Store With No Checkout LineAmazon has gone after book stores, retail chains and electronics shops. Now it's taking on grocery stores, with a twist.
Lexibook Baby Bath Seats/Chairs Recalled Due To Drowning HazardAccording to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the bath seats/chairs fail to meet the federal safety standard, including requirements for stability and the bath seats can tip over while a baby is in it, posing a drowning hazard.
Millennials Renting In Buildings Offering Amenities Instead Of BuyingMore millennials these days are holding off on buying homes because of rising prices and less inventory available.

Entertainment

Interview: Van Politics With Twin PeaksThe garage rock, snarling throwback sounds of Twin Peaks plan to fill Union Transfer in Philadelphia this Thursday, December 8th.
Lady Gaga Calls PTSD Struggle One Of Her 'Deepest Secrets'Lady Gaga has revealed that she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder stemming from her rape at the age of 19.
Kid Rock Debuts Pro-Trump Clothing Line“God guns & Trump” is just one of Kid Rock’s new t-shirts you could see under the Christmas tree this season.
Beyonce, Adele Nominated For Top 3 Grammy Awards Beyonce and Adele are competing in the top three categories at the Grammy Awards.
Weekend Box Office: Animation Rules AgainMoana made it two weeks in a row in first place.
Napoleon Dynamite & Pedro Reunite In New Burger King CommercialActors, Jon Heder and Efren Ramirez played the characters in the 2004 film.

Business

Best 50 Places To Work In 2017: The List May Surprise YouThe top 50 places to work have been tabulated and the results may surprise you!
Target Recalls Menorahs Due To Melting HazardTarget is reminding shoppers about previously recalled menorahs due to a melting hazard.
Here's How You Can Get Starbucks FOR LIFEHow does Starbucks for life sound? Well it’s true and you can cash in right from the palm of your hand.
Free Program Helps Small Businesses GrowThe goal goes beyond stronger businesses.
Amazon Opens A Grocery Store With No Checkout LineAmazon has gone after book stores, retail chains and electronics shops. Now it's taking on grocery stores, with a twist.
Philly U Student, Athlete, Award-Winning EntrepreneurThe basketball player also created Sunniva Super Coffee -- already at a store near you.

Tech

Supreme Court Sides With Samsung In Apple Patent CaseThe Supreme Court sided with Samsung on Tuesday and unanimously reversed an earlier appeals court ruling.
Instagram Becomes ‘Visual Language’ For Hundreds Of MillionsInstagram has reached a milestone with more than 500 million users.
Apple Users Can Use Emojis To Search For Favorite ActivitiesApple users can use emojis to search for their favorite things to do.
Nearly One Million Android Phones Infected By HackersOnce again, hackers are showing why you should never, ever download apps outside official app stores.
Come January 20 President Trump Can Send Emergency Alerts To Your CellYou may recall getting a Wireless Emergency Alert for impending bad weather or an Amber Alert.
47 Percent Of Americans Have Been Harassed Online, Report FindsA new report finds that nearly 50 percent of Americans have been harassed online.

CBS National News

Listen: CBS Radio reports on Pearl Harbor attack from Dec 7, 1941Listen to preserved CBS Radio News reports from December 7, 1941 about the Pearl Harbor attacks and the global reaction as the world learned about the Japanese strike on the U.S. Naval Base. As Americans awoke on a day that would live "in infamy," they tuned to their radios for the latest on an attack that would leave more than 2,400 Americans dead and nearly 1,200 wounded. The U.S. would declare war on Japan and officially enter World War II.
Glassdoor lists the best places to workGlassdoor has unveiled its 2016 list of the best places to work. Did your company make the cut? Check out the list in this CBS Moneywatch video.
Pioneering astronaut John Glenn is hospitalizedGlenn, 95, the first American to go into orbit, is being treated at the Ohio State University James Cancer Center
Will Mitt Romney become Trump's secretary of state?President-elect Donald Trump has been named Time Magazine's 2016 Person of the Year. Meanwhile, Trump continues to hold meetings to fill out his administration, and says he will announce his secretary of state pick by next week. Is Mitt Romney still a contender? TIME political reporter Zeke Miller joins CBSN to discuss the latest on the transition.
Two toddlers die after suffering steam burns in NYC shelterThe cause of death has not been determined, but fire officials say both children had severe burns apparently caused by a steam leak
Deadly fire at Oakland's "Ghost Ship" spread quickly, trapped victims upstairsA local state of emergency has been declared to help with the recovery from one of the deadliest fires in the U.S. in a decade

CBS World News

Pope Francis uses scatological term in discussing media, fake newsThe pontiff, himself a victim of fake news stories, says "disinformation is probably the greatest damage that the media can do"
Brother indicted for alleged honor killing of model sisterGovernment prosecutor said a court in central Pakistan has indicted the brother of slain model Qandeel Baloch for killing her in the name of honor
Family torn apart by Syria's civil war reunitesSyrian government troops are pushing deeper into rebel-held parts in Aleppo. Regime forces now control more than 70 percent of Syria's largest city. Reports from inside Syria Wednesday indicate some rebel groups are calling for a truce. The battle has left hundreds of Aleppo residents dead and tens of thousands of families have fled. Debora Patta spoke with one family who never left and never gave up hope.
Major earthquake kills dozens in IndonesiaAt least 97 people are dead after a powerful earthquake hit northern Indonesia overnight. Dozens more were seriously injured. Many others are feared to be trapped in the rubble. The quake destroyed hundreds of buildings in an area devastated by another disaster 12 years ago. Adriana Diaz reports.
Millions accept invite to rural girl’s quinceaneraAuthorities in the northern state of San Luis Potosi said they were adding extra security measures for Rubi Ibarra’s “Sweet 15" party
Italian premier resigns, but president asks him to stayMatteo Renzi lost big in a government-reform referendum vote and followed through with his pledge to step down if he did

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