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Rescuers retrieve another body from crashed South Korean chopper

Rescuers retrieve another body from crashed South Korean chopper

Rescue workers on Tuesday retrieved another body presumed to be one of the victims aboard an ambulance chopper that crashed into the East Sea in late October, leaving three additional people still
Maya Rockeymoore Cummings to run for late husband's seat in Congress

Maya Rockeymoore Cummings to run for late husband's seat in Congress

Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, the widow of Rep. Elijah Cummings, said she will be running for her late husband's seat in Congress.
Mets' Pete Alonso, Astros' Yordan Alvarez win Rookie of the Year honors

Mets' Pete Alonso, Astros' Yordan Alvarez win Rookie of the Year honors

New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso and Houston Astros slugger Yordan Alvarez earned Rookie of the Year honors after dominant performances in the 2019 MLB season.
Jimmy Carter admitted to hospital for brain procedure

Jimmy Carter admitted to hospital for brain procedure

Former President Jimmy Carter was admitted Monday to a Georgia hospital for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain caused by bleeding due to recent falls, his foundation said.
Evo Morales accepts asylum in Mexico

Evo Morales accepts asylum in Mexico

Former Bolivian President Evo Morales said Monday that he is leaving for Mexico after the country accepted his request for asylum.
College gymnast Melanie Coleman, 20, dies after accident in practice

College gymnast Melanie Coleman, 20, dies after accident in practice

An accomplished college gymnast at Southern Connecticut State University died after she sustained a serious spinal cord injury in a training accident.
Sean Spicer departs 'Dancing with the Stars'

Sean Spicer departs 'Dancing with the Stars'

Sean Spicer was cut from Season 28 of "Dancing with the Stars" in Los Angeles on Monday night.
Steelers' James Conner on playing Browns: 'I think I'll be good to go'

Steelers' James Conner on playing Browns: 'I think I'll be good to go'

Pittsburgh Steelers starting running back James Conner expects to return for Thursday night's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Eating late may mean higher heart disease risk for women

Eating late may mean higher heart disease risk for women

Late dinners and heavy evening snacking may increase women's risk for heart disease, according to researchers at New York City's Columbia University.
New York Jets' Chris Herndon, Brian Winters likely out for season

New York Jets' Chris Herndon, Brian Winters likely out for season

The New York Jets are expected to be without tight end Chris Herndon and veteran offensive lineman Brian Winters for the rest of the season.
Iraq rejects U.S. call for early elections amid more violent protests

Iraq rejects U.S. call for early elections amid more violent protests

Iraqi protesters are demanding the government be overhauled and the country's ruling elite thrown out of office while the Trump administration called for early elections to quell the violence.
Denver Broncos rookie QB Drew Lock returning to practice

Denver Broncos rookie QB Drew Lock returning to practice

Denver Broncos rookie quarterback Drew Lock will return to the practice field after an extended absence from the team because of a thumb injury.
American Eagle flight slides off runway in dramatic video

American Eagle flight slides off runway in dramatic video

An American Eagle flight slid off a snowy runway Monday morning at Chicago O'Hare International Airport. All 38 passengers and three crew exited safely with no injuries.
D.C. veterans deserve political rights of statehood, activists say

D.C. veterans deserve political rights of statehood, activists say

The 30,000 veterans who live in Washington deserve the political rights that would come with statehood for the District of Columbia, activists said at a Veterans Day rally.
Celtics' Gordon Hayward undergoes surgery on broken hand, out six weeks

Celtics' Gordon Hayward undergoes surgery on broken hand, out six weeks

Boston Celtics All-Star forward Gordon Hayward underwent surgery on his fractured left hand Monday in New York.
Washington Redskins name QB Dwayne Haskins as starter for rest of season

Washington Redskins name QB Dwayne Haskins as starter for rest of season

The Washington Redskins will start rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins for the remainder of the season.
San Diego State University suspends all fraternities after student death

San Diego State University suspends all fraternities after student death

San Diego State University suspended all 14 fraternities after a student died following a fraternity event.
Pentagon official: Trump ordered Ukraine aid freeze despite legal concerns

Pentagon official: Trump ordered Ukraine aid freeze despite legal concerns

President Donald Trump directed the U.S. government to freeze aid to Ukraine over the summer, Laura Cooper, the top Defense official who oversees Ukraine policy, told the House impeachment inquiry
Boston Celtics' Gordon Hayward undergoes surgery on broken hand

Boston Celtics' Gordon Hayward undergoes surgery on broken hand

Boston Celtics All-Star forward Gordon Hayward underwent surgery on his fractured left hand Monday in New York.
Philadelphia Eagles sign Brandon Brooks to historic contract extension

Philadelphia Eagles sign Brandon Brooks to historic contract extension

The Philadelphia Eagles made Pro Bowl offensive lineman Brandon Brooks the highest-paid guard in the NFL on Monday after signing him to a large contract extension.
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