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In Photos: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

In Photos: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

The iconic 92nd annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, beloved by Americans, features about 8,000 marchers, including high school bands from across the country, and two-dozen floats culminating with

CDC: Do Not Eat Any Romaine Lettuce Until Further Notice

Earlier this week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention put out an unusually strong statement telling Americans to toss any romaine lettuce in any form: whole, chopped, pre-bagged into
Border Town Invaded by Pancho Villa Rejecting Talk of Troops

Border Town Invaded by Pancho Villa Rejecting Talk of Troops

A small New Mexico village once attacked by Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa is rejecting talk of a wall and troops while embracing its legacy along the U.S.-Mexico border.U.S. Defense Secretary Jim
Trump Begins Thanksgiving by Renewing Spat with Chief Justice

Trump Begins Thanksgiving by Renewing Spat with Chief Justice

U.S. President Donald Trump started his Thanksgiving holiday by renewed his public debate over the independence of the country's judicial system. In a teleconference Thursday with American troops

Bullseye! Poorly-Secured Trash Can Goes On A Rampage On Dallas Highway

The wicked trash can waited for the right opportunity and struck when it was sure of success. |
Trump Skeptical About Success of Afghan Peace Negotiations

Trump Skeptical About Success of Afghan Peace Negotiations

U.S. President Donald Trump said Thursday that his administration was conducting "very strong" peace negotiations in Afghanistan but that he was not sure whether they would be successful. Trump made

The Mystery Font That Took Over New York

How did Choc, a quirky calligraphic typeface drawn by a French graphic designer in the 1950s, end up on storefronts everywhere? From a report: Stand just about anywhere on Broadway, or on Canal Street
Haitians Hailed as Success Story in Mexican Border City

Haitians Hailed as Success Story in Mexican Border City

A few blocks from a shelter housing members of a Central American migrant caravan sits the first Haitian restaurant to open in Tijuana, a bustling eatery that has come to symbolize an immigrant

A Few Z-Cars Showed Up To Road Atlanta…

This is just my opinion, of course, but I think many – if not most – reading here will heartily agree. This is Speedhunters after all, and a race track is the quintessential home of speed. It’s the
US Accuses Iran of Failing to Declare Chemical Weapons

US Accuses Iran of Failing to Declare Chemical Weapons

Iran has not declared all its chemical weapons capabilities to the global chemical warfare watchdog in The Hague, in breach of international agreements, the U.S. ambassador to the organization said
Storms, Rising Sea Levels Threaten Historic Lighthouses

Storms, Rising Sea Levels Threaten Historic Lighthouses

Rising seas and erosion are threatening lighthouses around the U.S. and the world. Volunteers and cash-strapped governments are doing what they can, but the level of concern, like the water, is
Venezuela Seeks to Extradite Former Official Indicted by US

Venezuela Seeks to Extradite Former Official Indicted by US

Venezuela is seeking the extradition of a former national treasurer days after U.S. prosecutors said he’d pleaded guilty of accepting over $1 billion in bribes in a far-reaching corruption probe,
Migrants March to US-Mexico Border in Tijuana

Migrants March to US-Mexico Border in Tijuana

A small group of Central American migrants marched peacefully to a border crossing in Tijuana Thursday to demand better conditions and push to enter the U.S. Mexican police watched closely as
IAEA Urges North Korea to Allow Nuclear Inspectors Back In

IAEA Urges North Korea to Allow Nuclear Inspectors Back In

The head of the U.N.’s atomic watchdog has called on North Korea to allow inspectors back in to monitor its nuclear program.Speaking at a board meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency
Art in a Suitcase Depicts War-Torn Syria

Art in a Suitcase Depicts War-Torn Syria

Mohamad Hafez, an architect who designs skyscrapers, is better known as the artist who builds replicas of war-torn homes and buildings inside suitcases. His work, which depicts the ongoing Syrian
California Fire Almost Completely Contained; Toll at 84

California Fire Almost Completely Contained; Toll at 84

Authorities in Northern California say the “Camp Fire,” which has killed 84 people since it began two weeks ago, is almost completely contained.Another three people died in a second major blaze that
Ranchers Combat Overgrazing to Protect Climate

Ranchers Combat Overgrazing to Protect Climate

Meredith Ellis gets a bit rapturous about the little patch of earth under her feet.When she bought this northern Texas land several years ago, it was overgrazed and overrun with weeds. Now, she’s
Trump's Thanksgiving Menu Includes Turkey, Grievances

Trump's Thanksgiving Menu Includes Turkey, Grievances

President Donald Trump used a Thanksgiving Day call to troops deployed overseas to pat himself on the back and air grievances about the courts, trade and migrants heading to the U.S.-Mexico
Impeach the President? House Democrats Saying Not So Fast

Impeach the President? House Democrats Saying Not So Fast

House Democrats are laying out a vision for their new majority, and there's one item that's noticeably missing from the to-do list: President Donald Trump's impeachment.They're putting in motion plans
Trump Says Time for Action on 'the Wall,' Visits Golf Course

Trump Says Time for Action on 'the Wall,' Visits Golf Course

President Donald Trump has returned to his West Palm Beach golf course on another sunny Florida day.Trump began his Friday on Twitter, saying Democrats and Republicans "MUST come together, finally,