Michelle Obama Dishes on Dubya Passing Her Things…

Another "cough drop moment" between Michelle Obama and George W. Bush? Per People and Today , the former first lady made a stop in San Jose, Calif., on Friday for her book tour, and she addressed an apparent repeat of what took place at John McCain's memorial service in September, when...

Michigan man, 90, brings Christmas to wife in…

A 90-year-old Michigan man dressed up as Santa and brought Christmas to a local nursing home so his wife could celebrate the holidays

Court Cites Dr. Seuss in Ruling Against Pipeline

A federal appeals court in Virginia thinks the US Forest Service forgot a fundamental part of its mission, and it summoned Dr. Seuss to remind them. “We trust the United States Forest Service to ‘speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues,'" the fourth US circuit court...

Hungary: Protesting MPs ejected from state Broadcasting HQ

Security forces have physically ejected Hungarian opposition lawmakers from the headquarters of the Hungarian state broadcaster MTVA in Budapest

Story hour hosted by drag performers sees some opposition

A story hour hosted by drag performers at a suburban Detroit public library is seeing some opposition roughly a year after it made its debut

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'One of a kind' tomb found in Egypt

The tomb, filled with hieroglyphs and statues, has been untouched for 4,440 years.

Germany Agrees to Compensate Survivors Who Fled…

Germany will pay survivors who escaped Nazi Germany as children 2,500 euros, or $2,800.

Should You Hire Someone Who Was Fired For…

Should you hire someone who was fired for inappropriate conduct? Elizabeth Keatinge has more.

US conducts 6 airstrikes against Somalia…

The U.S. military says it has carried out six airstrikes in the Gandarshe area of Somalia which killed a total of 62 al-Shabab extremist rebels

Jesuits sent abusive priests to retire on Gonzaga's campus

Jesuits sent abusive priests to retire on Gonzaga University's campus

Bakers vie for victory in Stockholm gingerbread…

Six-sided gingerbread house with marzipan elves triumphs over rivals at Swedish bake-off. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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After being bullied, boy named Trump gets some encouragement

An anti-bullying organization is offering some encouragement to a middle-school student who has been teased because his last name is Trump

Rona Ramon, widow of Israeli space shuttle victim, dies

Rona Ramon, whose husband was killed in the 2003 Columbia space shuttle disaster and who later lost a son in a military plane crash, has died

Merriam-Webster Picks Its Word of the Year

The word of the year, at least in the eyes of Merriam-Webster? "Justice." The dictionary's editor at large tells the AP that M-W isn't "editorializing"—the pick is made largely on a spike in people looking it up throughout the year on the dictionary's website. Lookups rose 74% over last...

Report Exposes Vast Scale of Russia's Pro-Trump…

Russian agents reached a staggering number of Americans through social media during the 2016 election campaign, and sites like Facebook missed some obvious signs of what was happening, according to a report prepared for the Senate Intelligence Committee. The report, seen by the Washington Post, found that Russians at the...

Wildfire Cleanup Workers Fired for 'Reprehensible…

Three wildfire cleanup workers in California have been fired for clowning around in the ruins of people's homes and posting what the town of Paradise calls "reprehensible" photos on social media. One photo shows the burned remains of a pet cat with a bottle near its mouth and the caption:...

5 Frankfurt police suspected of sharing far-right images

German authorities say five Frankfurt police officers are under investigation over allegations they shared far-right images, videos and texts in a chat group with one another

South Carolina deputies shoot, kill woman with knife

Sheriff's deputies have shot and killed a woman armed with a knife

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Brexit: Has anything about May's deal changed?

It's been a busy week in British politics, from Parliamentary squabbles to meetings with European leaders, and a confidence vote.