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11/22/2017 07:04 PM
How the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade comes to life
At a factory in a top secret location, workers have spent a year cutting and gluing panels with precision to create the balloons for Macy's 91st Thanksgiving Day Parade.

11/22/2017 06:49 PM
Texas church massacre: Pastor who lost his child speaks out
In his first television interview, Pastor Frank Pomeroy opens up about losing 26 parishioners, including his 14-year-old daughter, in a shooting at his church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

11/23/2017 06:06 AM
Kids who received transplants celebrate Thanksgiving with donor's mom
This week, Inica Nichols sat down to Thanksgiving lunch with four kids who might not be alive today were it not for her family.

11/23/2017 04:31 AM
States, cities shame Congress by banning rapid-fire 'bump stocks'
States and cities are taking the lead when it comes to banning bump stocks after a paralyzed Congress completely dropped the issue.

11/23/2017 03:54 AM
The new star of Iraq's national basketball team is American
DeMario Mayfield moved to Baghdad seeking redemption two years ago after his hoop dreams were left in tatters by a run-in with the law.

11/23/2017 01:41 AM
Wrongly convicted man walks free after 39 years behind bars
"The grace with which Mr. Coley has endured this lengthy and unjust incarceration is extraordinary," Gov. Jerry Brown wrote in his pardon.

11/23/2017 12:47 AM
Joe Barton says police investigating after nude photo surfaces
Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas, said U.S. Capitol Police had opened an investigation after a nude photo and a salacious sext surfaced on social media.

11/22/2017 10:04 PM
Americans stuff the roadways before they stuff the turkey
America's roads and airports filled with Thanksgiving holiday travelers on what AAA said could be the busiest holiday travel day in more than a decade.

11/22/2017 09:36 PM
3 missing, 8 rescued after U.S. Navy plane crashes into sea off Japan
Eight people have been transferred to the aircraft carrier for medical assistance but are in "good condition," the U.S. Navy said in a tweet.

11/22/2017 09:32 PM
12 deaths at nursing home following Hurricane Irma ruled homicides
Police are investigating the deaths at a Florida nursing home that lost power after Hurricane Irma. The deaths were attributed to environmental heat exposure.

11/22/2017 08:54 PM
The backlash is building over the plan to gut net neutrality
Tech companies are vowing not to go down without a fight, as the FCC plans to pull the plug on a 'free' internet.

11/22/2017 08:22 PM
Security tight for Thanksgiving parade in terror-wary NYC
Every intersection along the 2 ½-mile parade route will be blocked to traffic. And dozens of city sanitation trucks will be lined up at intersections along the route. In addition, officers with assault weapons and radiation detectors will walk among the crowds, and sharpshooters on rooftops will scan for anything unusual.

11/22/2017 07:42 PM
YouTube increasing oversight of 'family-friendly' content
YouTube announced on Wednesday that it would be taking a harder look at videos marketed toward children to ensure that they are "family-friendly."

11/22/2017 06:46 PM
Sen. Rand Paul's wife says he's been in pain since attack
Kelley Paul said that there was no ongoing dispute between Rand Paul and the neighbor who allegedly attacked him, and said the reports are "hurtful."

11/22/2017 06:45 PM
Facebook to show if fake accounts tricked you
Facebook announced Wednesday it's creating an tool that will show users if they followed fake Russian accounts on its site or on Instagram.

11/22/2017 06:22 PM
Sessions orders review of gun background checks
Attorney General Jeff Sessions directed the FBI and ATF to review how well other federal agencies are doing in reporting information to federal gun databases.

11/22/2017 05:36 PM
At mass shooting church, pastor keeps faith through holidays
Pastor Frank Pomeroy remains thankful despite the horror that killed 26 members of his congregation, including his own daughter.

11/22/2017 05:13 PM
Lawmakers eye a mild crackdown on Facebook
There are new calls in Congress for stronger federal regulation of Facebook, possibly requiring greater transparency and disclosures for digital political ads.

11/22/2017 05:04 PM
Facebook can tell if you're gay based on a few 'likes,' study says
Do you "like" Lady Gaga, Human Rights Campaign and "True Blood" on Facebook? Advertisers may think you're gay, researchers say.

11/22/2017 04:57 PM
Many left unemployed after stars ousted for sexual misconduct
Eighteen staff members of "Charlie Rose" are now without a show. And that's just part of the damage wrought in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations.

11/22/2017 04:49 PM
Hospital system fires 50 over flu shots. Here's why
A Midwest health system fired 50 people who refused to get flu shots. Doctors say mandatory vaccination against influenza protects patients.

11/22/2017 04:12 PM
Mike Flynn business partner Bijan Kian now subject of Mueller probe
Federal investigators have been asking witnesses about the lobbying that Bijan Kian, a partner at the now-dissolved Flynn Intel Group, did on behalf of Turkey.

11/22/2017 03:26 PM
After Danica Roem's win, Virginia GOP leader wants to end gendered titles
The Republican leader of the Virginia House of Delegates wants to end the chamber's tradition of referring to members as "gentleman" or "gentlewoman."

11/22/2017 02:26 PM
Ex-Olympics doc pleads guilty to molesting girls; judge slams 'vile' abuse
Under the plea deal, former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar faces a minimum sentence of 25 years in prison.

11/22/2017 12:19 PM
Was Walt Whitman 'gay'? New textbook rules spark LGBTQ history debate
As California implements an LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum as part of the FAIR Education Act, textbook publishers grapple with labeling historical figures.



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