Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin leads annual list of Leftover Turkeys

You can be sure we’ll be nibbling on these leftover birds for days after we emerge from our L-tryptophan-induced comas.As always, Bevin leaves us with enough leftover turkeys to make turkey sandwiches, turkey soup, turkey hash and turkey pot pies.

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Louisville football motivated by Kentucky loss

Instead the 45-13 loss to Kentucky, the Cardinals’ second-largest loss of the season, was an emotional one.So the message from Louisville coach Scott Satterfield was simple, “One game doesn’t define us for the season,” he said.

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November rain total doubled, snow may be next

63 inches during the month of November until Saturday, below the average November total of 3.Areas in nearby Meade and Breckenridge counties have already received 3 inches of rain Saturday, while other parts of the commonwealth have received between 1.

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21 dead in presumed cartel attack in Coahuila, Mexico

MEXICO CITY – Mexican security forces on Sunday killed seven more members of a presumed cartel assault force that rolled into a town near the Texas border and staged an hour-long attack, officials said, bringing the death toll to at least 21.Miguel Angel Riquelme said at least 14 people had died by that afternoon, four of them police officers.

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Louisville women's basketball knocks off top-ranked Oregon

8 Louisville handed top-ranked Oregon its first loss of the season, getting 18 points and 15 rebounds from Kylee Shook in a 72-62 victory Saturday in the Paradise Jam tournament.The Ducks managed to close within six points twice, the last at 66-60 on Ionescu’s 3-pointer with 1:32 left.

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Louisville basketball rank should be No. 1 in new polls. What's next?

Austin isn't exactly ancient history – the Blue Devils picked up two wins before Tuesday's shocker against the Lumberjacks.If you're Chris Mack, and you're spending your morning reading this column, you can start here.

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Louisville-Kentucky football game: Universities' work more important

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On Saturday, our football teams met for the annual Governor’s Cup.But off the field — in research labs, communities and cities, towns and centers across Kentucky — we are joined on a more important field of battle.

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Joe Burrow breaks Kentucky football QB Tim Couch's SEC passing record

Not much went wrong for the Wildcats in their rivalry game against Louisville, a 45-13 stomping of the Cardinals.But possibly the most legendary UK player of all time lost a record he's held for 21 years.

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Louisville's tackling woes exposed vs. Kentucky

Not because Kentucky didn’t want to throw the ball, but because it couldn't.With former wide receiver Bowden playing quarterback the last half of the season, the Kentucky passing game has become nonexistent.

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Lynn Bowden shows the run is enough vs. Louisville

Technically, the Wildcats did not run the ball down the Cardinals’ throats in that the Cardinals were hard-pressed to lay a hand on Bowden, Chris Rodriguez and Co.“I definitely think it’s something that can work,” UK offensive tackle Landon Young said Saturday.

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EJ Montgomery, Nick Richards thrive vs. UAB

“My sister plays professionally overseas, and she just texted me, was like, ‘Try to find the ball first and move around the defender,’” Montgomery said.More: Kentucky basketball veterans lead Wildcats to win over UAB



“(Montgomery) is now self-evaluating,” Calipari said.

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House Judiciary Committee: White House says it won't participate in upcoming impeachment hearing

The White House said Sunday night that it will not be participating in the House Judiciary Committee's upcoming impeachment inquiry hearing, White House counsel Pat Cipollone said in a letter.The Judiciary Committee's impeachment hearings will begin Wednesday.

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300+ Trump ads taken down by Google, YouTube

How to handle political ads on social media has become a growing concern as the 2020 U.Facebook has taken most of the heat, after refusing to remove an ad for President Trump's reelection featuring false information about his opponent Joe Biden.

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Joe Sestak drops out: Former Navy admiral and Pennsylvania congressman ends 2020 presidential run

His exit from the 2020 race leaves 17 Democrats seeking the nomination.He told CBS News in an interview shortly after entering the race  he was inspired to launch a bid for the White House by his daughter's battle with cancer.

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London Bridge attack: Victims identified as Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones

London's Metropolitan Police have identified the man and woman killed in Friday's terrorist attack as Jack Merritt, 25, and Saskia Jones, 23.Merrit's family described him as "our beautiful, talented boy" and said he "died doing what he loved.

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"CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" moves to Washington, D.C.

Broadcasting from Washington will give O'Donnell, the the anchor and managing editor of the "CBS Evening News," and CBS News journalists the opportunity to be at the heart of some of the biggest issues and stories facing the country right now.The only network evening news broadcast based in Washington, it will leverage its unique location in the nation's capital, while remaining focused on both national and international stories of interest to Americans.

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LeBaron family massacre: 3 detained in connection to massacre that left 9 family members dead in Mexico

The LeBaron family have a history in the country that dates back generations, and includes encounters with drug cartels.Many of the family members are dual citizens, and speak both English and Spanish.

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How 60 Minutes put a camera on an eagle for a bird's-eye view

Every once in a while, 60 Minutes takes viewers on an adventure to a place they've never been and likely will never go.This week's journey shows viewers one of the most far-flung places on Earth: the Altai Mountains of Central Asia, where Russia, China, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan converge.

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Homeless in America: Why are more people in West Coast cities living in tents, cars and on the street? - 60 Minutes

Ethan, Josiah and Tricia Wood

Drug addiction is what led the Woods to become homeless.In May 2018, they tried to get a spot in one of Seattle's family shelters, but there was no room.

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Amazon removes Auschwitz-themed Christmas decorations after facing backlash

The items were sold by user Fcheng, who sells a variety of Christmas ornaments featuring images of places from around the world.The Auschwitz Memorial and Museum tweeted about the items Sunday morning, calling them "disturbing and disrespectful.

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