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The President's baseless attacks on voting could hurt Republican turnout in a runoff election that will determine control of the Senate

• Federal appeals court says Trump campaign's Pennsylvania 'claims have no merit'

Sunday November 29, 2020

RNC chair tries to convince Republicans to vote in Georgia runoff elections

At a Saturday campaign stop in Marietta, Georgia, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel attempted to persuade Republicans to vote in the Georgia Senate runoff elections, even as voters expressed ambivalence about expanding "money and work when it's already decided."

Saturday November 28, 2020

Former Trump official reacts to Trump's 'farcical' election claims

In an interview with "60 Minutes," former Department of Homeland Security official Chris Krebs reacts to voter fraud claims from President Donald Trump's team, saying "American people should have 100 percent confidence in their vote."

Saturday November 28, 2020

Washington Post: White House Budget office moving to reclassify key roles under Trump executive order

Following an executive order President Donald Trump signed last month, the Office of Management and Budget is moving to reclassify 88% of its workforce into a new job classification that would give the federal government more flexibility to fire these employees without going through a lengthy appeals process, The Washington Post reported Friday.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Former top cybersecurity official says Trump firing by tweet was 'not how I wanted to go out'

Christopher Krebs, the former top cybersecurity official, said President Donald Trump's decision to unceremoniously fire him via tweet last week was "not how I wanted to go out."

Sunday November 29, 2020

Deadly Covid-19 outbreak hits rural community

• Minneapolis family survives Covid-19 • Live: US records more than 4 million new cases • US coronavirus deaths projected to double • Why Oxford's Covid-19 vaccine could do more for the world than other shots

Saturday November 28, 2020

Iran suffers more humiliation with killing of nuclear chief. But no one in the world's most febrile region wants war

• Iran's supreme leader vows revenge after top nuclear scientist apparently assassinated

Sunday November 29, 2020

Man receives racist letter over Black Santa decoration -- and neighbors have his back

Chris Kennedy's Christmas display features a seven-foot Black Santa that stands tall in his yard along with a Christmas tree and a large shining sign that reads "Joy."

Sunday November 29, 2020

Archbishop Gregory makes history as the the first African American cardinal

For the past week, Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, DC, has been holed up in a Vatican guesthouse, receiving meals at his door.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Tony Hsieh, former Zappos CEO, dies at 46

Tony Hsieh, the former CEO of Zappos, died peacefully and surrounded by family on Friday, according to a statement emailed to CNN by Megan Fazio, a spokesperson for DTP Companies, a Las Vegas-based enterprise for which Hsieh served as the visionary.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Second person dies after mall shooting

A second young man has died after a shooting in a Sacramento mall, police said Saturday.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Smerconish: Amazon was primed for a pandemic

More US households belong to Amazon Prime than own a pet, vote, belong to a house of worship, or own a gun. But is Amazon's success good for America?

Saturday November 28, 2020

Capital of Ethiopia's Tigray region under control of Ethiopian forces, says prime minister

The capital of Ethiopia's Tigray region, Mekelle, is under fierce bombardment, a humanitarian source on the ground and eyewitnesses who have fled the city told CNN on Saturday.

Sunday November 29, 2020

Opinion: I had a homecoming to be thankful for. I'm fighting for others to have the same

Between a divisive election and a world-changing pandemic, many Americans may hope to find a sense of normalcy in the approaching holidays. For me, however, this season will be anything but normal considering it will be the first I experience outside of a prison cell in over 20 years.

Saturday November 28, 2020

On Thanksgiving Day, Trump tweeted against Section 230


Thursday January 01, 1970

Video of 4 police officers beating Black man emerges

Several French police officers were suspended Thursday after a video emerged of them beating a Black man in Paris.

Saturday November 28, 2020

John Travolta posts emotional message thanking his fans for their support following his wife's death


Sunday November 29, 2020

Trixie the whale shark dies at the Georgia Aquarium


Sunday November 29, 2020

The QAnon conspiracy is fake. The harm it's doing to child welfare groups is real

Child welfare organizations for months have felt the full weight of the coronavirus pandemic, navigating concerns about unreported abuse and ensuring their resources are available to at-risk children.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi and Jon Stewart to fellow New Jerseyans: 'Wear a friggin' mask!'


Saturday November 28, 2020

Europe's ski resorts are facing the 'season from hell'


Thursday January 01, 1970

A fight broke out between lawmakers. Pig guts were thrown

Lawmakers in Taiwan threw pig intestines and punches at each other as a brawl broke out in parliament over a proposal to ease restrictions on pork imports from the United States.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.: Everything you need to know about the fight

Mike Tyson, once considered "the baddest man on the planet," is returning to the boxing ring Saturday for a highly anticipated bout.

Saturday November 28, 2020

See Utah's highway wildlife overpass in action

Footage released by Utah Division of Wildlife Resources shows moose, bears, deer and other wild animals traveling across the bridge sooner than expected.

Friday November 27, 2020

Opinion: Court's ruling raises serious worries on same-sex marriage

On Thanksgiving eve, barely a month after her confirmation, Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett delivered on President Donald Trump's promise to evangelical Christians to tilt the Constitution's scales in favor of religion.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Some eager explorers have already hiked into the desert and found the Utah monolith

If aliens had really been behind that mysterious monolith found in the Utah desert, they probably would've made it more difficult to find.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Here's how Earth looked to astronauts aboard the SpaceX capsule

The view from space is just out of this world.

Saturday November 28, 2020

New blood test could detect 50 types of cancer

The UK's National Health Service (NHS) is to pilot a simple blood test that may detect more than 50 types of cancer and, it is hoped, could help thousands of people by allowing the disease to be treated more successfully at an earlier stage.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Couple discovers Prohibition-era liquor stashed inside walls

A New York couple said they found more than 66 bottles of whiskey from the Prohibition-era hidden within the walls and floorboards of their home, which was built in 1915.

Friday November 27, 2020

Egypt reveals discovery of 2,500-year-old coffins

Egyptian authorities have announced the discovery of more than 100 coffins dating back 2,500 years, the latest and largest find this year in the vast burial ground of the Saqqara necropolis.

Saturday November 28, 2020

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Thursday January 01, 1970

The best items to order during Amazon's Black Friday sale


Thursday January 01, 1970

The best of Wayfair's Black Friday sales


Saturday November 28, 2020

Our favorite Small Business Saturday sales


Thursday January 01, 1970

Apple Black Friday sales you don't want to miss


Thursday January 01, 1970

Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller becomes first woman to play in a Power 5 college football game

Vanderbilt University's Sarah Fuller made college football history Saturday when she became the first woman to play in the Power 5 Conference with a kickoff against the University of Missouri.

Sunday November 29, 2020

Lego rolls out Colosseum, a model of the Roman amphitheater with over 9,000 pieces

Lego has officially rolled out Colosseum -- the largest Lego brick set in history and a detailed reproduction of Rome's famous oval amphitheatre.

Saturday November 28, 2020

US Air Force conducts successful supersonic nuclear test

A US Air Force F-35 jet conducted a successful test drop of a mock nuclear bomb while traveling at greater than the speed of sound.

Thursday November 26, 2020

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively donate $500,000 to support homeless youth in Canada

One of Hollywood's most famous couples donated $500,000 to help young people struggling with homelessness in Canada.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Refinancing your home is about to get more expensive. This is why

If there's one part of the economy that is doing well, it's the mortgage industry. Record low mortgage rates are driving so many people to refinance that the housing market is on track to see $2 trillion in refinances in 2020, second only to 2003, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Some restaurants hate delivery apps like Grubhub and Uber Eats. So they're seeking out alternatives

If you visit Motorino Pizza's website, you'll be greeted with a plea: Don't order through Seamless.

Saturday November 28, 2020

How Cholula plans to get more Americans hooked on its hot sauce

For the $800 million it's spending to buy it, Cholula's new owner needs it to punch above its weight.

Wednesday November 25, 2020

The 17 best Black Friday deals we found today

While we have an exhaustive list of more than 400 Black Friday sales happening now, we've also been keeping our eyes on some of our favorite products to see if and when their prices dip, either to all-time lows or prices we rarely see.

Sunday November 29, 2020

45 Nordstrom deals you don't want to miss today


Thursday January 01, 1970

The best AirPods sales to shop today


Thursday January 01, 1970

Black Friday deals under $50 to can snag right now


Saturday November 28, 2020

Walmart's best Black Friday deals of 2020


Thursday January 01, 1970

The top tech deals worth shopping on Black Friday


Thursday January 01, 1970

The best deals to shop at Sephora's Black Friday sale


Thursday January 01, 1970

Save on a new laptop with these Black Friday deals


Thursday January 01, 1970

These are the best mattress sales for Black Friday 2020


Friday November 27, 2020

The best fashion and beauty deals to shop this Black Friday


Thursday January 01, 1970

Save up to $60 at Amazon with targeted American Express cards


Thursday January 01, 1970

The best Black Friday sales at JCPenney


Thursday January 01, 1970

What tree rings can tell us about the spectacular death of stars

The death of a star is one of the most spectacular events in the universe. After millions and often billions of years, the star's fuel supply runs out. Without its nuclear fire to sustain it, the star collapses in on itself, compressing and heating the remaining gas until the pressure becomes so high that the remnants of the star are blown out into the cosmos in a spectacular explosion called a supernova. The explosion is so powerful that modern telescopes can see it half a universe away.

Saturday November 28, 2020

How Democrats can win back the Cuban-American vote

On the Sunday afternoon before the presidential election, I was driving through a typically quiet South Miami suburb with my mother when a Trump caravan bulldozed past us.

Saturday November 28, 2020

A Trump memoir? Thanks, but let's not

The arrival of Barack Obama's memoir (part of a $65 million book deal with Michelle Obama) and President Donald Trump's looming unemployment have stirred understandable speculation about a potential Trump memoir. These books have long been a way for former presidents to share their experiences, explain their thinking, and shape their legacies.

Friday November 27, 2020

Joe and Jill Biden: Our most important Thanksgiving tradition

This Thanksgiving, tables throughout our country will have an empty chair.

Friday November 27, 2020

Why we know it's about to get better in America

Is it morning in America yet? Not quite. But there's change in the air, and millions of Americans must surely be experiencing the unmistakable feeling that even if the worst is not over, it soon will be.

Thursday November 26, 2020

Trump 2024: It could happen

Will he, or won't he?

Friday November 27, 2020

Kamala Harris called a nurse on Thanksgiving to thank her for fighting on Covid frontlines

A friendly phone call is all too normal during Thanksgiving -- that is unless it's coming from the vice president-elect, herself.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Democrats deride 'dark' money, but a new analysis shows it helped boost Joe Biden

Democrats have denounced anonymous money in politics for years, but 2020 brought a tidal wave of it into the election to benefit their party.

Friday November 27, 2020

Trump administration removes experts from Defense Policy Board

Several high profile members of the Defense Policy Board were removed on Wednesday by the Trump administration, in yet another purge of longstanding foreign policy experts and national security establishment figures in the final days of the Trump era, according to three defense officials.

Friday November 27, 2020

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Thursday January 01, 1970

Black Friday/Cyber Monday Deals in Myrtle Beach


Thursday January 01, 1970

Save up to 55% - Hotels in St. Pete/Clearwater


Thursday January 01, 1970

Protests take place across France against proposed security law

Demonstrations took place across France on Saturday against the proposed global security law and its signature measure to restrict the filming of police officers. They came as calls to withdraw it were exacerbated by cases of police violence this week.

Sunday November 29, 2020

China has reached a major milestone in ending absolute poverty. But the Communist Party isn't celebrating yet

Chinese President Xi Jinping reached a major milestone this week in his five-year long fight to end absolute poverty across the country -- but it doesn't appear that he's celebrating yet.

Saturday November 28, 2020

Uproar over Thanksgiving candies as Chinese university says it does not promote 'Western holidays with religious connotations'

A Chinese college student's threat to report a dormitory supervisor's offer of Thanksgiving candies has stirred a heated debate online over the government's tightening grip on campuses across the country.

Friday November 27, 2020