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Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted on all charges, a second shooting outside of a high school in Aurora, Colorado, a storm system could derail Thanksgiving travel plans, the House passes the Build Back Better bill, and Covid-19 boosters now recommended for all adults in the U.S.

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