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- Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham, who privately texted Trump's chief of staff on January 6th asking him to make the riot stop, are now claiming to be upset at the "sham" House committee investigating said riot.
- To stop the further decline in public school enrollment seen during the pandemic, high school principals in some cities have been calling local businesses urging them not to hire teenagers who are attempting to drop out and start working when they should be in class.
- Say what you will about the artistic merits of rapper Logic's 2017 hit "1-800-273-8255," new research shows that the track, which is named after the national suicide prevention hotline, "might have saved hundreds of lives."
- Greek restaurants and businesses with "Omicron" in their name are testing out the old "any publicity is good publicity" rule.
- Sicilian bishop Antonio Staglianò recently ranted to some kids on a field trip that Santa Claus (or Babbo Natale) is just a made up character who represents everything wrong with modern consumerism.
- If you're "addicted to cuffing season but can't stop dumping them afterwards," as one Dutch person writing in to Vice's advice column put it, you may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder, or maybe you're just not a relationship person.
- A South African family found a boomslang — one of the most deadly venomous snakes on Earth — lurking in their Christmas tree.
- Steph Curry broke the NBA record for career 3-pointers at Madison Square Garden last night and yes, Pete Davidson was involved.
- And finally, 10/10 torso slide:
Early Addition: Hide Your Kids From This Ornery Santa-Hating Sicilian Bishop
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