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NFL fans are still buzzing about last night's game of the year.

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This is the most expensive gas station in America

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Gas prices, on average, are starting to drop just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. 

The national price for a regular gallon of gas has declined to $2.61, about 25 cents less than the average last month and about 7 cents less than this time last year. A decline in crude oil prices helps push down the price at the pump, said Tom Kloza, an expert on North American fuel markets and chief analyst at Oil Price Information Service.

More than 114,000 New York City public school students were in temporary housing at some point in the last school year, according to state data. That's about one in 10 New York City public school kids.

The numbers of homeless students are highest in the Bronx, where 10-year old Tajah Ford lives. A fourth grader, she wears tiny unicorn earrings and purple glasses. She moved into a shelter with her family in June.

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NFL fans are still buzzing about last night's game of the year.

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UNIDENTIFIED ANNOUNCER: Goff on first down. Everett in stride. Wow, touchdown Rams.

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NFL fans are still buzzing about last night's game of the year.

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UNIDENTIFIED ANNOUNCER: Goff on first down. Everett in stride. Wow, touchdown Rams.

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NFL fans are still buzzing about last night's game of the year.

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UNIDENTIFIED ANNOUNCER: Goff on first down. Everett in stride. Wow, touchdown Rams.

This story is part of our series The Big Melt. It comes to us through a partnership with the podcast and radio program Threshold, with funding support from the Pulitzer Center.

Richard Beneville never figured to end up in Alaska. He was a song and dance man in New York City.

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Hangovers have been around for as long as humans have been getting drunk, which is to say forever. But the word hangover is relatively new. In the 1800s, you might have the jim-jams or crapulous.

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