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Egypt hunts down militants after 235 killed in mosque attack

Egypt's air force launched airstrikes on "terrorist outposts" and vehicles after attackers massacred 235 people in northern Sinai, the military said Saturday. More>>

Confusion as Trump and outgoing director pick leaders for consumer agency

President Donald Trump named an interim head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau shortly after the outgoing director appointed his own successor, signaling a potential showdown over who's in charge of the federal... More>>

Sexual harassment: How it stands around the globe

Any woman, in any country, will most likely be able to relate to this situation: More>>

New York woman killed by hunter while walking dogs

A woman walking her dogs near her western New York home was fatally shot Wednesday by a man who told police he mistook her for a deer. More>>

Trump tweets he 'took a pass' at being named TIME's person of the year

President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that he turned down a potential offer to be TIME Magazine's coveted "Person of the Year" after, Trump says, the magazine told him he would "probably" be given the honors. More>>

North Korea replaces soldiers and digs trench at defection site

North Korea has replaced nearly all the soldiers along the border where one of their former comrades defected, a South Korean lawmaker said Friday. More>>

4 UN peacekeepers, 1 Malian soldier killed in Mali

Four UN peacekeepers and one Malian solider were killed in attacks in Mali, according to a Friday statement from the spokesperson for the secretary-general of the United Nations. More>>

Pentagon reports increase in misconduct complaints against senior officials

Just as the political, entertainment and media worlds have been shaken by allegations of sexual misconduct, the Defense Department's watchdog has named "ensuring ethical conduct" one of the top 10 "management and... More>>

Draper woman's 'Closer to Home' initiative benefits homeless teens

A Draper woman has launched an initiative to spread awareness about teen homelessness, and help raise money to keep a youth homeless program running. More>>

Gratitude in action: Utahn ends five year wait, gets kidney transplant

21-year-old Ralph Martinez II had kidney problems throughout his life. More>>

Group of close-knit women brave Black Friday together

Not even hours after dinner, shoppers went looking for the perfect deal after their Thanksgiving meal. More>>

Chance encounter reunites Utah man with Dominican birth family

Chris Hinton spent the first 36 years of his life not really knowing who his biological parents are, but a strange twist of fate changed that last month. More>>

CNN exclusive: Mediator tells how Mugabe was persuaded to step down

As a young priest, the Rev. Fidelis Mukonori collected evidence of atrocities during Zimbabwe's brutal civil war. The reports filtered to Robert Mugabe, then a leading figure in the liberation struggles. More>>

'We keep searching' for Argentine sub after 'explosion' report, navy says

The Argentine navy says it's not ready to give up a search for a vanished submarine, after the military revealed a sound consistent with an explosion was detected near the vessel's last known location last week off the... More>>

Egypt hunts for killers after mosque attack leaves at least 235 dead

The Egyptian military kicked off a hunt for the attackers of a Sufi mosque in the northern Sinai, a military source said, combing the area of Friday's assault that killed at least 235 people -- thought to be the deadliest... More>>

London police appeal for witnesses to Oxford Circus incident

Authorities in London want to speak with two men about an incident at the Oxford Circus train station Friday, according to a news release from the British Transport Police. More>>

Turkish FM: Trump agreed to stop arming Kurdish militia

President Donald Trump told the Turkish President that he will stop arming a Kurdish militia the Turkish government considers a terrorist organization, Turkey's foreign minister announced Friday. More>>

What it means to be a mixed-race model in Japan

For 18-year-old model Rina Fukushi, Tokyo is home. But growing up as a mixed-race child in Japan wasn't always easy. With a Japanese-American father and a Filipina mother, Fukushi was one of a growing number of biracial... More>>

Rikers aims to improve relations between mentally ill inmates and officers

Rikers Island has a troubled history, packed with notorious violent incidents: inmates and corrections officers have both attacked. More>>

Mother reunites with her son after a 50-year search

One woman is jumping for joy after finding one of her sons she gave up for adoption years ago. More>>

Richard Cordray resigns as head of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Richard Cordray sent a letter to President Trump on Friday, declaring that he's officially done leading the federal government's controversial consumer watchdog agency once the clock strikes midnight. More>>

Neighbors rally around Brooklyn grandma in her 80s after landlord evicts her while she's out of town

A Brooklyn grandmother wishes she could spend the holidays in her home, but her landlord evicted her from her Flatbush apartment while she was away. More>>

Ink! Coffee shop vandalized a day after joking about gentrification in Five Points neighborhood

The ire over a Colorado coffee shop's apparent slight of gentrification in the Five Points neighborhood did not stop on Thanksgiving, as photos from the location circulating on social media show the shop has now been... More>>

Family of Taylorsville man killed in hit-and-run offer forgiveness for accused driver

As they search for peace following the death of their son in a hit-and-run accident this week, a Taylorsville couple is sharing a message that they hope will reach the woman accused in the crash. More>>

Toys for Tots ensures Christmas gifts for kids

Black Friday shopping will fill thousands of homes with Christmas gifts. But some families have a hard time keeping their budgets in the black this time of year. More>>

Local doctors home for Thanksgiving after helping in Puerto Rico

A team of local doctors is home for Thanksgiving, after spending some time in Puerto Rico. They were there helping to treat patients after the September hurricane. More>>

Mother reunites with her son after a 50-year search

One woman is jumping for joy after finding one of her sons she gave up for adoption years ago. More>>

Tillerson's senior team planning to skip Ivanka Trump's India trip

Days ahead of what should be a major moment for Ivanka Trump on the world stage, CNN has learned Secretary of State Rex Tillerson isn't sending a high-level delegation to support her amid reports of tensions between... More>>

Ferry captain who rescued people in 'Miracle on the Hudson' makes another river rescue

A captain who helped rescue dozens of people after Flight 1549 landed in the Hudson River in what became known as the Miracle on the Hudson steered his ferry directly toward a man who needed help Tuesday afternoon. More>>

Chain of life-changing kidney donations links four families

What started with one unselfish act inspired another, and another, until three lives were changed forever, and four families were connected in a chain of giving. More>>

McClatchy report details alleged Manafort flights to Russia, Ukraine

New flight records show that Paul Manafort traveled to Russia and Ukraine more extensively than previously known, McClatchy news reported Thursday. More>>

Santa arrives in IndyCar, helicopter

Santa Claus got an early start to visiting Indianapolis children Friday morning, stopping by the Children's Museum of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum. More>>

US pilots alerted to unsafe Russian flying in Syria

US military aircraft flying over Syria in the last few weeks have been subjected to unsafe flying practices by Russian aircraft on several occasions, according to a senior defense official. More>>

Warriors coach Steve Kerr on why team still won't be visiting the White House

Ahead of the Golden State Warriors' trip to Washington, coach Steve Kerr told CNN's David Axelrod that a "human respect issue" was part of the reason he and his team won't be making the traditional White House visit to... More>>

Colorado man sentenced to longest human trafficking sentence in U.S. history

A convicted child sex trafficker from Colorado was sentenced to 472 years in prison on Tuesday, the longest sentence for a human trafficking case in U.S. history. More>>

Father charged with attempted murder of prominent Idaho Falls attorney

A Caldwell man was arrested Nov. 16 after trying to kill his son, Bryan Smith, an Idaho Falls attorney and vice chairman of the Bonneville County Republican Central Committee. More>>

Doctors, nurses at hospital grant veteran's wish to ride carousel

One Northeast Ohio family wanted to give thanks to the doctors and nurses at the Veteran's Medical Center in Cleveland on this Thanksgiving for helping them grant a dying veteran's final wish. More>>

Police department holds packages for safety

The season for online shopping is upon us. More>>

Local hikes among ways to 'Opt Outside' on Black Friday

While most retailers will have "all hands on deck" this Black Friday, sporting goods store REI will close its doors for its annual tradition. More>>

Macy's has issues with credit card system on Black Friday

Macy's credit card system appeared to struggle to process transactions nationwide on Black Friday, causing delays at brick-and-mortar stores and outages online. More>>

Jeff Bezos is now worth $100 billion

If you're one of the millions shopping on Amazon on Black Friday, congratulations: You helped make Jeff Bezos a $100 billion man. More>>

Club store shopping makes you spend and eat more

Club stores bring together many of America's prized consumer values: efficiency, convenience and savings. More>>

Washington teenager says he was hit by truck in Kelso

A Washington teenager said he was hit by a truck Wednesday night in Kelso. More>>

Washington teenager says he was hit by truck in Kelso

A Washington teenager said he was hit by a truck Wednesday night in Kelso. More>>

Omaha FBI warns about credit card fraud

Federal authorities are taking credit card and other fraud so seriously this holiday season, they rolled out their top man to warn local shoppers. More>>

Inmate recaptured after walking away from Clay County Jail annex

Moorhead police have recaptured an inmate who walked away from the Clay County Jail on Thursday, Nov. 23. More>>

Why the Sinai peninsula is so dangerous

The attack on a mosque in Egypt that left more than 200 people dead appears to be the deadliest in the history of the Sinai Peninsula. More>>

Fire damages two Chula Vista homes; friend's call to resident saves family

Several residents were displaced early Friday morning after a fire erupted between two Chula Vista homes. More>>

Trump to head to the Hill next week

President Donald Trump will return to Capitol Hill on Tuesday to meet with Senate Republicans ahead of their expected vote on tax reform next week. More>>

Cyber Monday: your sales guide

If you didn't get your deals fix with all the Black Friday sales, don't worry: Cyber Monday is coming. More>>

Accused Mumbai attack mastermind freed from house arrest in Pakistan

The accused mastermind of the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai, India, has been freed from house arrest in Pakistan, authorities said Friday. More>>

JCPenney coupon change leaves customers confused

For the past few years, Stephanie Lugo and Jose Irizarry made JCPenney the first stop on Black Friday. More>>

8-Year-old wakes up family during fire loss

Just ahead of Thanksgiving, a Perry County family watched their home burn to the ground. More>>

Mother and son reunite after 51 years apart

It was a very special and emotional Thanksgiving for a mother and son who reunited after 51 years. More>>

Las Vegas family's actions show Thanksgiving spirit

A 13 Action News crew went to the home of local plumber for tips on how to avoid an expensive problem but what they found turned out to embody the Thanksgiving spirit. More>>

Thousands gather for Parade of Big Balloons

After months of preparation and planning, today is finally the day for the annual Parade of Big Balloons in downtown Springfield. More>>

Local church helps addicts and homeless

Revive, a local church in east Bakersfield, welcomes anyone to their services. However, a majority of the people who attend are either homeless or struggle with addiction, or both. More>>

After serious crash, Aurora man thankful to driver at fault for staying with injured wife

John Quigley has a lot to be thankful for. His wife, Shelly Sederstrom, almost didn't make it. She was clinging to life after she was hit by a car Sunday night and is now listed as stable at the Medical Center of Aurora. More>>

As ISIS retreats, US is set to reveal troop numbers in Syria

The US currently has approximately 2,000 troops in Syria on an ongoing basis, mainly special operations forces, according to several defense officials. More>>

Kapolei teen terrified after robber pulls gun near high school

A 15-year-old boy robbed in broad daylight in Kapolei with a gun pointed to his head is thankful to be alive. More>>

Wife donates kidney to husband

This Thanksgiving, people all over the world have a lot to be thankful for, but one couple in the Fowl River community is especially thankful for life this year. More>>

Put down that cake batter: Uncooked flour may have E. coli

Think twice before licking that spoon as you prepare cake batter or cookie dough for holiday treats. Salmonella from raw eggs is no longer the only concern in baking. More>>

London incident: Latest updates

By Lauren Said-Moorhouse and Judith Vonberg CNN () -- TM & © 2017 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company. All rights reserved. More>>

Black Friday is here: Crucial holiday season begins for battered retailers

A tough year for U.S. retailers entered a critical stretch when Black Friday kicked off the holiday shopping season. More>>

Multnomah County gives homeless families a 'Home for the Holidays'

While many will spend this holiday weekend at home with family, there are thousands of people in the Portland metro area who have no home to celebrate in. More>>

Dozen of helping hands come together to aid couple in need

Dan and Susan Furner's neighborhood is peaceful and quiet on most days, but on Wednesdays and Saturdays, the couple's home is overrun by dozens of helping hands. More>>

URGENT - London police responding to incident at Oxford Circus

(CNN) -- Police are responding to an incident at the Oxford Circus underground station in London.The British Transport Police said on Twitter that officers were on the scene, but gave no further details.The station is... More>>

Lowe's website goes down temporarily on Black Friday

It's a retailer's worst nightmare on Black Friday: its website goes down. More>>

Police use grant money to patrol roads

Bars across Mid Michigan are overflowing with people celebrating the holiday. More>>

Grinch torches Virginia Christmas tree

Authorities in Hopewell are searching for the man who torched the city's Christmas tree on Main Street Thanksgiving morning. More>>

Police remove suspicious device left at Aurora Best Buy store on Thanksgiving

Aurora police have removed a suspicious device left at the Best Buy at Southland's Mall late Thursday night. More>>

Acupuncture providing relief for PTSD

Acupuncture is growing in popularity across the country, and now many who have been diagnosed with PTSD are getting needled for some relief. More>>

James Cameron's 'Titanic' special misses the boat

There's a great special to be made about "Titanic," the movie; and Titanic, the giant ocean liner that sunk 105 years ago. "Titanic :20 Years Later With James Cameron" splashes down somewhere between the two, and in the... More>>

At least 45 PA teachers quit citing violence

City teachers pleaded with district administrators Monday to help support them as they deal with what they are calling unprecedented misbehavior among children in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania schools, some of which is... More>>

Uma Thurman turns anger on Harvey Weinstein in Instagram post

Actress Uma Thurman broke her silence over allegations of sexual harassment in Hollywood with a Thanksgiving message saying she has "a few reasons" to be angry -- and took a shot at Harvey Weinstein at the same time. More>>

Rep. Kathleen Rice: Ethics committee's accountability 'not real'

Rep. Kathleen Rice said that the congressional ethics committees being proposed as a way to investigate serial sexual assault offenders on Capitol Hill are "not real" and "not accountable." More>>

Horse and buggy driver killed in crash with car

State Police are on the scene of a fatal accident involving a horse and buggy on the 900 block of Strasburg Pike, according to a press release. More>>

Trio Sentenced to State Prison for Bizarre Murder

Three friends face long prison terms for the bizarre murder of a young man. More>>

Missing 61-year-old Portland man found safe, reunited with family

A 61-year-old man reported missing Wednesday has been found safe in southeast Portland. More>>

'Hearts of Love' project helps children grieve during holiday season

For some families, the holiday season can be tough because it serves as a reminder of a loved one gone too soon. More>>

CBS and Dish Network reach deal to end blackout

It may not have been in time for the NFL on Thanksgiving, but CBS and Dish Network finally struck a deal. More>>

Online holiday shopping scams to watch out for

An estimated 164 million Americans are considering shopping during Thanksgiving weekend, according to the National Retail Federation. More>>

Why some victims of sexual harassment can't speak out

As more and more women come forward with sexual harassment allegations in the workplace, others are remaining silent -- not because they don't want to share their powerful stories, but simply because, legally, they can't. More>>

Ending trophy hunting could actually be worse for endangered species

I am a lifelong animal lover and vegetarian for whom the idea of killing animals for fun is repellent, and have committed my career to African wildlife conservation. More>>

Man involved in crash that killed 3 year old faces judge

The man involved in a crash that left at three-year-old dead in Waterbury faced a judge on Wednesday. More>>

Holiday Light Fantasia opens

Holiday Light Fantasia officially opens in Hartford on Thanksgiving evening. More>>

Free Thanksgiving meals given out in CT cities

Thanksgiving meals were served throughout Connecticut on Thursday to those in need and to those that serve us day in and day out. More>>

Crowds rush to stores for early Black Friday deals

Many stores opened on Thanksgiving night for shoppers to get ahead on the deals for holiday gifts. More>>

Firefighters rescue occupants of home

Firefighters rescued three occupants from a home after an early Friday morning fire sparked in the Thompsonville section of Enfield. More>>

Zimbabwe's 'Crocodile' Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as leader

Newly inaugurated leader Emmerson Mnangagwa laid out his vision for Zimbabwe on Friday, paying tribute to Robert Mugabe as a "mentor" but vowing to eschew the former president's policies. More>>

Rwanda offers refuge to 'migrants held captive in Libya'

Rwanda is offering refuge to enslaved African migrants trapped in Libya, following a CNN investigation last week. More>>

Merkel's party to meet with SPD in bid to break Germany's deadlock

Germany's Social Democrats will meet next week with Chancellor Angela Merkel's alliance in a bid to break the country's post-election political deadlock, President Frank-Walter Steinmeier announced Friday morning. More>>

Standoff ends as police clear Manus Island detention center

More than 300 asylum seekers and refugees who had refused to leave a recently closed detention center in Papua New Guinea have been removed from the facility, according to police. More>>

Parents allege children were drugged and molested at Chinese kindergarten

A scandal of alleged child abuse at a Chinese kindergarten has rocked the country, prompting public outrage, parental soul-searching, government pledges and online censorship. More>>

How veganism can fuel an elite athlete to glory

Since Lewis Hamilton became vegan, weekends have not been the same for the four-time Formula One world champion. Never has he woken with such anticipation and expectation. More>>

Pistorius' sentence more than doubled; slain girlfriend's family calls it 'justice'

Reeva Steenkamp "can now rest in peace," her family said Friday, after a South African high court more than doubled Oscar Pistorius' sentence for her killing. More>>

US President Donald Trump to play golf with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson

Donald Trump's list of illustrious golf partners just keeps getting bigger. More>>

Hurricane-struck businesses face rebuilding again -- and again

It had only been a matter of months since Helen and Andy Viola reopened their St. Augustine, Florida, restaurant after the last major hurricane when Hurricane Irma dealt them another blow. More>>

The U.S. government's long history of suing AT&T

Few companies in history have faced as much antitrust scrutiny as AT&T. More>>

Couple raises thousands for homeless veteran to thank him for selfless act

When Kate McClure first met Johnny Bobbitt Jr., he was homeless. More>>

'He went into a burning plane to save us'

At first glance, John Meffert thought the small plane was too low in the sky. More>>

The 13 most bizarre lines in Donald Trump's Thanksgiving speech

President Donald Trump stopped by a local Coast Guard station in Florida on Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving. While there, he gave a speech extolling the virtues of the Coast Guard "brand" and talking about how... More>>

Regulators question Google over location data

Google is facing scrutiny for reportedly collecting data about the location of smartphone users without their knowledge. More>>

Donald Trump's DC is a chilly place

When I last came to Washington in January days after Donald Trump's inauguration, the city was the epitome of pull power. More>>

How a top cosmetics brand plans to win Muslim business

Slammed by a political standoff with China earlier this year, South Korea's biggest cosmetics maker is trying to build new markets in Asia by launching products that appeal to Muslim customers. More>>

Trump's Friday: Foreign calls, golf with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson

While much of America is in a post-Thanksgiving daze or rushing out for holiday shopping deals, the President will be spending this Black Friday on phone calls with foreign leaders and golfing with celebrities. More>>

House and Senate tax bills would be a step forward

When I was little, my family spent some time on public assistance. So I learned at a young age that the best way to lift people out of poverty and into the middle class is to expand economic opportunity. Creating... More>>

17 Years without a raise? Welcome to Brexit Britain

British workers could go nearly two decades without a real pay raise due to the country's economic decline. More>>

The borders of freedom: Blasphemy and the press in Pakistan

On August 13, a day before Pakistan turned 70, I received a Facebook message from a Pakistan-based journalist and colleague. More>>

15 Of the world's best luxury ski lodges

Hitting the slopes can be draining, regardless of what skiing level you are. More>>

Was flying more fun before in-flight movies?

If the future of in-flight entertainment is virtual reality headsets, and the present is movies, music and Wi-Fi, the past was a more wholesome affair involving cards, conversation and cocktails. More>>

Is Meek Mill a poster boy for mass incarceration? What the outrage is all about

Meek Mill's supporters have slammed his two-to-four-year prison sentence as excessive, but others have argued that Mill -- a celebrity who has violated the terms of his probation several times -- knew what he was getting... More>>

'Avatar therapy' aims to help those who hear voices

The voices in Keris Myrick's head are "in the kitchen," she says. More>>

Texas authorities catch suspect in fatal shooting of state trooper

Officials have apprehended a suspect in the fatal shooting of a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper, who was killed Thursday south of Dallas. More>>

'I know I'm stupid': Ex-footballer Michael Owen to make jockey debut

He'd never even sat on a horse until five months ago, let alone race one. More>>

Al Franken apologizes for making 'some women feel badly' amid groping allegations

Sen. Al Franken released a statement Thursday addressing recent allegations of sexual harassment. More>>

Davis Cup final: Yannick Noah the Davis Cup savior for France -- again?

Yannick Noah's latest tenure as France's Davis Cup captain hasn't been as smooth as some of the music he produces. But if France beats neighbor Belgium in the final this weekend to end a drought dating to 2001, no one will... More>>

GE cuts dividend for second time since Great Depression

General Electric is slashing its coveted stock dividend in half and getting even smaller by selling storied businesses such as its railroad and light bulb units. More>>

5 Things for November 24: Flynn, Zimbabwe, sub search, Pistorius, Rohingya

Black Friday? Check. Holiday weekend? Check. Unofficial food hangover day? Naturally. Meanwhile, here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today"... More>>

Black Friday; Oil up; German optimism

1. Black Friday: U.S. stock markets will close early on Friday, but retailers are hoping that shoppers go all day and night. More>>

Can the world's mightiest naval fleet survive the perfect storm?

It was a once-in-a-decade display of American firepower. More>>

Navy ends its search for 3 missing sailors in the Philippine Sea

The US Navy stopped the search and rescue mission to find three sailors who went missing after their plane crashed into the Philippine Sea on Wednesday, a statement said. More>>

Michigan deputy run down by car in police pursuit, sheriff says

A 22-year veteran of the Oakland County, Michigan, Sheriff's Office was killed early Thursday just outside Detroit. A man fleeing police "deliberately ran down" Deputy Eric Overall, 50, who had just put down "stop sticks"... More>>

How graffiti artists turned former warring areas into a giant artwork for peace

Lebanese graffiti artists Mohamed and Omar Kabbani were born during the dark years of their country's civil war, which raged between 1975 and 1990. More>>

Bashar al-Assad needs to leave before there's peace, Syrian opposition says

Key Syrian opposition groups insist that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad should play no role in any transitional period under any peace deal supervised by the United Nations. More>>

Alan Shearer on 25 years of the English Premier League

Soccer is considered one of the oldest games in history. More>>

Texas woman accused of mailing bombs to Obama, governor

The evidence against a Texas woman accused of sending homemade bombs to President Obama and the governor of Texas includes a cell phone, a cigarette package, a salad dressing cap and, authorities say, some very distinctive... More>>

Flynn's lawyers no longer sharing information with Trump's legal team

Michael Flynn's lawyers have told other defense lawyers in the ongoing Russia probe, including President Donald Trump's legal team, that they're no longer able to share information, a source familiar with the matter told CNN. More>>

The disappeared

Sui Muqing says he was forced to stay awake while he was interrogated for more than four days. More>>

Grant awarded to boost school attendance; reduce juvenile crime in Mobile County

A $50,000 grant awarded by Gov. Kay Ivey is expected to help reduce absenteeism in schools and ensure that more Mobile County students obtain diplomas or GEDs. More>>

Will Zimbabwe's new President actually bring change?

The new president of Zimbabwe is called "The Crocodile." Crocodiles are feared and respected in Africa, where the reptile patiently waits for its prey, half-hidden in the brown waters of the bushveld. An impala, a zebra or... More>>

Holocaust memorial built outside home of far-right German politician

Political activists built a replica of Berlin's Holocaust Memorial outside the home of a far-right German politician to protest his call for Germany to stop feeling guilty about Nazi atrocities. More>>

FEC opposes dismissing civil case against ex-Utah A.G. John Swallow

Government lawyers have asked a judge not to dismiss the Federal Election Commission complaint against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow. More>>

GOP pollster's advice to Republicans in 2018: 'Be aggressive'

One Republican pollster has figured out the only way his party can win next fall: Destroy every Democratic candidate in sight. More>>

Missing 61-year-old Portland man found safe, reunited with family

A 61-year-old man reported missing Wednesday has been found safe in southeast Portland. More>>

How your scalding hot deep fryer might help cool the weather

Everyone knows how dangerous deep fryers can be. Even William Shatner. More>>

Two men arrested in connection to deadly shooting near PSU

Police have arrested two men accused of being involved in the shooting death of a man near the Portland State University campus earlier this month. More>>

Legislation would waive fees for small businesses in underserved areas of Atlanta

Several residents in southwest Atlanta say they want to see more small businesses in the area that don't include the usual chain stores they already have. More>>

'Explosion' heard near missing Argentine submarine's last known location

A noise detected near the last known location of a missing Argentine submarine on the day it vanished was consistent with an explosion, the Argentine navy said Thursday. More>>

Mugabe's ex-No. 2 man to become Zimbabwe president on Friday

Robert Mugabe's former right-hand man, Emmerson Mnangagwa, will be sworn in as interim President on Friday, a day after Mugabe and his wife were granted immunity, allowing the couple to remain in the country. More>>

'Hearts of Love' project helps children grieve

For some families, the holiday season can be tough because it serves as a reminder of a loved one gone too soon. More>>

Rare, long-hidden films of Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade reveal high-flying history

We all know about the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade through watching the event on television or in person as nearly 3 million plus people do every year. Although the event is known for fantastical floats, marching bands,... More>>

A Thanksgiving tradition and the woman who makes it happen

A Thanksgiving tradition marked it's 108th year Thursday in Berwick. More>>

Ultimate Christmas getaways: 10 places full of spirit

You basically have three kinds of people when it comes to travel during Christmas: More>>

Federal judge strikes down Texas abortion ban

A federal judge has struck down Texas' ban on a common second-trimester abortion procedure. More>>

Woman raises more than $50k for homeless man

A woman is raising money for a homeless man who spent his last $20 to help her when she ran out of gas in Philadelphia. More>>

PD: Dog found beaten, stabbed in suitcase

Police have arrested in man accused of viciously stabbing a dog dozens of times and leaving the dog to die in a suitcase. More>>

The most popular Thanksgiving side dish in every state

Not everyone serves up the same side dishes on Thanksgiving. In fact, the menu seems to vary depending on where you live. Google created a list of the most popular Thanksgiving side dish in each state, based on unique... More>>

Over 6000 Thanksgiving meals expected at Nashville rescue mission

It has been a busy week for the Nashville Rescue Mission, as they helped those less fortunate in our community celebrate Thanksgiving. More>>

'Between pain and happiness'

San Juan, Puerto Rico (CNN) -- On the southeastern coast of this island, where Hurricane Maria made landfall two months ago, the waves of the Caribbean lash the crumbling foundation of Jose Morales' battered seaside home. More>>

Why Cyntoia Brown, who is spending life in prison for murder, is all over social media

This week, the case of a woman named Cyntoia Brown went viral on social media, even though she has already been in jail for more than ten years. More>>

This organization is helping white people talk about race at Thanksgiving

It's Thanksgiving, which means family recipes, games, laughter and, inevitably, conversations we've been trying to avoid all year long. More>>

Local high school football teams gearing up for state finals

Three Mid-Michigan high school football teams are gearing up to hit the grid iron. More>>

Castel Gandolfo: Harvest time at the Pope's farm

It's harvest time at Pope Francis' farm. More>>

Woman dies after hunting accident

A Chautauqua County woman is dead after a hunter accidentally shot her Wednesday evening while walking her dogs, according to the sheriff's office. More>>

Woman killed by hit-and-run driver in Lincoln park

A woman was hit and killed on a Lincoln Park street Wednesday night by a pickup truck that fled the scene and later smashed into a home just a block away. More>>

Trump's Mar-a-Lago Thanksgiving

President Donald Trump arrived in Florida Tuesday to celebrate his first Thanksgiving while in office, but he will spend it a little differently than past presidents -- at his Mar-a-Lago residence surrounded by family and... More>>

1,800 Gallons of Vodka stolen from distillery

Police on Wednesday were looking for thieves who stole 1,800 gallons of vodka from a downtown Los Angeles distillery. More>>

Husband gives thanks to Las Vegas shooting hero who helped his wife

Steve Melanson had a lot to be grateful for on Thanksgiving morning. More>>

Loss of the night: Light pollution rising rapidly on a global scale

Artificial lighting at night is contributing to an alarming increase in light pollution, both in amount and in brightness, affecting places all over the world, a new study has found. More>>

Seth Meyers will host Golden Globe Awards

Seth Meyers is going to preside over the first major award show of the season. More>>

Deal signed for Rohingya to return to Myanmar, but details are scarce

Myanmar and Bangladesh have signed a memorandum of understanding on the return of possibly hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees to their homes in Myanmar's Rakhine state, a spokesman for Myanmar de facto leader Aung... More>>

Man facing deportation to spend Thanksgiving with family

A Connecticut man facing deportation and taking sanctuary at New Haven church will be allowed to go home to see his family for the Thanksgiving holiday. More>>

Burj Khalifa developer's shares flop on market debut

The property developer behind the world's tallest tower has come back down to earth with a bump. More>>

Students honor teacher in a special way

Two students at Lyman Memorial High School decided to celebrate their teacher's 50th birthday in a big way. More>>

PD: Man thrown off bridge near Shelton/Derby town line

Police are searching for the man who pushed another man off a bridge on the Shelton/Derby town line early Thursday morning. More>>

Family raises awareness about domestic violence during holiday season

The holidays are a time to celebrate but there's also a dark side with an increase in domestic violence. More>>

This bond could shelter 200 homeless people

Forget stocks. These investors are putting £1.8 million ($2.4 million) toward shelter for the homeless. More>>

'Where is the world?': Libya responds to outrage over slave auctions

Libyan officials have denounced the migrant slave auctions exposed in a CNN investigation, but claim more support is required from the global community to tackle the issue. More>>

Dissecting Mnangagwa's first speech on his return to Zimbabwe

When Emmerson Mnangagwa arrived at the headquarters of Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF party in Harare Wednesday night, the world got its first proper glimpse of the man who will now lead the country. More>>

This virtual politician wants to run for office

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