What's trending today: December 5, 2022 – cleveland.com – cleveland.com

This photos shows the gate to the Duke Energy West End substation in Moore County, N.C. on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2022. Tens of thousands were without power in the county after what authorities say was an act of criminal vandalism at multiple substations. The Pilot newspaper in Southern Pines reported that infrastructure at the West End substation was damaged. (John Nagy/The Pilot via AP)AP
A look at some of the top headlines trending online today including substation attacks in North Carolina, Donald Trump, the war in Ukraine and much more.
FBI Probes Attack on North Carolina Power Substations (Bloomberg)
Trump’s Call for ‘Termination’ of Constitution Draws Rebukes (NY Times)
Supreme Court again confronts case pitting free speech against LGBTQ rights (CBS)
House poised to send same-sex marriage bill to Biden’s desk (The Hill)
Russian media report unexplained blasts at 2 military bases (AP)
With candles and flashlights, Ukrainians maintain daily routines despite blackouts caused by Russian attacks (ABC)
Bonds, Clemens left out of Hall again; McGriff elected (AP)
Bob McGrath, original ‘Sesame Street’ cast member, dead at 90 (CNN)
Hackers linked to Chinese government stole millions in Covid benefits, Secret Service says (NBC)
Pelé's family: COVID caused infection, death not imminent (AP)
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