Arkansas defense shuts down Ole Miss in 30-0 win
No. 14 Wisconsin holds off Iowa 26-24
No. 1 Florida State beats Boston College 20-17
Cops: Naked suspect assaults man, 84, at airport
BOSTON (AP) — State police say a man stripped inside a womens bathroom at Bostons Logan Airport, climbed into a dropped ceiling, crashed through it and landed on the floor, then assaulted an elderly man while he was still naked
Washington museum won't give up guns after all
LYNDEN, Wash. (AP) — A small museum in northwestern Washington says it wont be removing all of the weapons from its World War II exhibit, after all.
Flooding fears mount in snowed-in area of New York state
Bill Cosby says he does not have to 'answer to innuendos': report
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Mental health nursing cuts warning
Staff cuts and bed shortages are leaving mental health services under unprecedented strain, says the nurses union.
Call to sanction failing universities
It should be easier to remove the degree-awarding powers of universities that fail to meet academic and consumer standards, a report by Which? says.
Jerusalem's 800-year-old Indian hospice
A corner of Jerusalem that has been Indian since the Crusades
The parents refusing to vaccinate their children against polio
Parents who refuse to vaccinate their children against polio
The dangerous beauty of the Himalayas
The dangerous beauty of the Himalayas
The day her family wasn't there
My family was deported while I was at school
VIDEO: Trends of the week - in 60 seconds
Trends of the week in 60 seconds
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Will Siri be your pilot?
How comfortable would you be with a pilot flying your airliner with just their voice? CNN took a spin aboard this new technology.
Obama golfs with Jeter in Vegas
President Obama has traded GOP rancor and late-fall temperatures in Washington for a golf outing with Derek Jeter at the nicest golf resort in Las Vegas.
U.S. extends combat role in Afghanistan
In a policy shift, President Barack Obama has decided to extend the combat role of U.S. forces in Afghanistan into 2015, allowing troops to keep fighting the Taliban and other militant groups that threaten American soldiers or the Afghan government,
What it looked like from the air
CNNs Brian Todd shows the extent of the nearly seven feet of snow that wreaked havoc throughout Buffalo, New York.
What is lake effect snow?
Lake effect snow can form when cold air passes over a relatively warm body of water. CNNs Chad Myers explains.
Heavy snow across the U.S.
Look back at a week of frigid temperatures and heavy snow across parts of the U.S., especially Buffalo.
From TV dad to accused predator
How did Bill Cosby go from Americas loveable TV dad to an accused sexual predator? CNNs Gary Tuchman has the timeline.
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Ferguson grand jury decision unlikely this weekend, sources say
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GOP governors' meeting an early 'dress rehearsal' for potential 2016 candidates
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China building massive island big enough for airstrip, report says
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Kristin's living the dream
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DEAL ON THE ROCKS? Kerry says 'serious gaps' remain in Iran nuke talks
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6.8-magnitude earthquake in Japan collapses homes, causes injuries
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Mexicans hope immigration reform means more money sent back, more visits
TEPETONGO, Mexico — To Sinforiano Armenta, the mayor of a disappearing Mexican town set on sweeping plains of cactus and brush, President Obama’s immigration plan means paved roads. It means drainage systems, covered basketball courts, clinics, and a welcome arch
Afghan mission for U.S. to continue under new authorities
The United States will remain in an armed conflict in Afghanistan — essentially at war — after the end of this year under rules for combat operations the Pentagon requested, and President Obama approved, early this month. Read full article
Afghan military welcomes expanded U.S. combat role as Taliban threat intensifies
KABUL — The 18 Afghan soldiers were trapped in a mountainous outpost about 50 miles south of the capital, running out of ammunition. Taliban insurgents had surrounded them. There was only one way out: the Americans. Read full article >>
Kerry: Big, serious gaps remain in Iran nuclear talks; possible impasse hinted at
VIENNA — Negotiators working to slow Iran’s nuclear program and ease sanctions pressed forward with talks Saturday amid indications that they are at an impasse with two days left before a deadline for an accord. Read full article >>
WorldViews: What Afghanistan must do to get billions more in aid
In less than two weeks, Afghanistan’s new president, Ashraf Ghani, will head to London to meet with international donors. At the conference, scheduled for Dec. 4, he will seek billions of dollars to develop Afghanistan in a new era, as
Cellphone use transforms Burmese life after government opens mobile market
RANGOON, Burma — Incense swirls through the air on a darkening evening, as a Buddhist monk sits cross-legged before an ancient temple, his eyes closed in meditation. His cellphone rings. The monk fumbles in his traditional crimson robes, speaks for
WorldViews: This Polish town thinks Winnie the Pooh is too scantily dressed to be around children
A small town in Poland is trying to redefine Winnie the Pooh into something the bears creator, A. A. Milne, wouldnt even recognize: A hermaphroditic, nudist bear created by a disturbed old man. While debating whether the beloved literature icon
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Missouri town on edge awaiting grand jury decision on police shooting
FERGUSON Mo (Reuters) - An uneasy quiet settled over Ferguson, Missouri, on Saturday evening after another day without a decision from a grand jury on whether to bring charges against a white police officer for fatally shooting a black teen.
Bill Cosby says he does not have to 'answer to innuendos': report
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Comedian Bill Cosby spoke out against a wave of sexual assault allegations but told a Florida publication he does not have to answer to innuendos.
University of Virginia suspends fraternal organizations in assaults probe
(Reuters) - The University of Virginia is suspending all fraternal organizations until January after a magazine article described in detail an alleged sexual assault that occurred on the campus, the school said on Saturday.
Demonstrators clash with French police over protester death
TOULOUSE France (Reuters) - Protesters clashed with police in southern France on Saturday over the death of a young activist killed by a police grenade, in the latest of a series of demonstrations which have embarrassed the Socialist government.
Obama approves fresh guidelines for U.S. military in Afghanistan
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama has approved plans giving U.S. military commanders broader authority in helping Afghanistan forces repel Taliban fighters after U.S. and NATO combat operations formally end in December, a senior administration official said.
U.S. plans to arm Iraq's Sunni tribesmen with AK-47s, RPGs, mortars
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States plans to buy arms for Sunni tribesmen in Iraq including AK-47s, rocket-propelled grenades and mortar rounds to help bolster the battle against Islamic State militants in Anbar province, according to a Pentagon document prepared
Volunteer snow shovelers hit Buffalo streets as flooding fears rise
BUFFALO (Reuters) - As temperatures near Buffalo, New York, rose above freezing on Saturday, volunteers fanned out to help their neighbors clear the walls of snow that have paralyzed parts of the region this week, but the warming trend also
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Ferguson grand jury won't reconvene until Monday
The timing of a decision is still unclear.       
Millennials embrace Friendsgiving celebrations
Friendsgiving says a lot about the generation taking ownership of it, experts say.       
My #Snowvember: 'We are (finally) free!'
Your Take contributor Mary Best says she had never seen so much snow in her life.       
Black Seadevil caught on camera at depths of 1,900 feet
Video shows tiny, fierce anglerfish with flashlight on its head.       
Florida deputy ambushed and killed, officials say
Deputies were responding to a house fire in Tallahassee when the shooting occurred.       
Pope Francis offers solidarity to people with autism
Pope Francis embraced children with autism spectrum disorders to show solidarity.       
Black Seadevil's 'flashlight' lures deep-sea prey
Video shows tiny, fierce anglerfish with flashlight on its head.       
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Naked Man Arrested in Rampage at Boston Airport
Police said a man stripped naked in a ladies restroom, climbed into a drop ceiling, crashed through that ceiling, then attacked an 84-year-old man.
U.Va. Suspends All Frats After Sex Assault Report
The school president said in an email that a disturbing report of sex assault in 2012 highlighted by a Rolling Stone article was appalling.
No Grand Jury Decision This Weekend in Michael Brown Case
Police and other public safety agencies in and around Ferguson, Missouri, have eased back on alert, and sources say the grand jury will meet Monday.
Two More Venues Cancel Bill Cosby's Shows
Women have been speaking out one by one to claim the comedian gave them pills that made them feel groggy and then sexually forced himself onto them.
Artist on Creating 'Nude Princess Kate'
Chicago-born artist Pegasus, often referred to as The American Banksy, says he is a huge fan of the British royals, and that his creation should be treated as an homage to the Duchess.
Pregnant Woman, Three Others Killed in Ohio
Police say a pregnant woman and three others were shot and killed in a Cleveland home, and a 10-year-old girl was wounded but expected to survive.
Vice Wars: Tobacco, Alcohol and the Rise of Big Marijuana
Many supporters of legal marijuana hope for a cottage industry of scrappy growers, collectives and dispensaries. Few expect to get it.
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In Zimbabwe’s Succession Battle, Mugabe Pulls the Strings
President Robert Mugabe is presiding over — and possibly choreographing — an increasingly fierce internal scramble for the rewards of high office.
G.M. ‘Bullied’ Manufacturer Over Poorly Designed Part, Email Says
The email between employees of Delphi, the manufacturer, discussed pressure from a G.M. engineer over an ignition switch that is linked to at least 33 deaths.
After Rocky Transition, Tunisia Is Set for First Democratic Presidential Vote
The front-runner, Beji Caid Essebsi, promises stability to a country that has had a few rocky years since kicking off the Arab Spring.
In a Shift, Obama Extends U.S. Role in Afghan Combat
The president’s order would allow American forces to carry out missions against the Taliban and other militant groups threatening American troops or the Afghan government, sources said.
Amid Attacks, Obama Presses Congress to Move on Immigration
President Obama returned to the Las Vegas high school where he called for an immigration overhaul last year, as he defended his recent executive actions.
As Immigration Rules Shift, Migrants’ Joy Is Tempered
Some expressed confusion about how they would obtain the new documents that would allow them to obtain work permits under the president’s plan. And immigrants who came here legally expressed betrayal.
In Alabama Town, Obama Immigration Move Brings Hope and Sneers
The wave of Latinos hit Albertville in the 1990s, and eventually the city of 21,000 settled into its new reality, whether people liked it or not. And many have not.
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FBI Sends 100 Agents to Ferguson Ahead of Grand Jury Decision
Arrests have already been made for firearm charges
Marvel Announces New ‘Howard the Duck’ Comic Book
Howard made a brief appearance in Guardians of the Galaxy this summer
Video Shows Teacher Forcing Girl Into School Pool
The physical education teacher is being charged with corporal injury to a child
For 1 Night on Stage, Embattled Cosby His Old Self
(MELBOURNE, Fla.) — The protesters didn’t show, the would-be hecklers didn’t take the bait, the weeks of headlines about sexual assaults disappeared and Bill Cosby, for 90 minutes at least, regained the revered status he long enjoyed. The show Friday
Somalia’s Al-Shabab Kills 28 Non-Muslims in Kenya
(NAIROBI, Kenya) — One gunman shot from the right, one from the left, each killing the non-Muslims lying in a line on the ground, growing closer and closer to Douglas Ochwodho, who was in the middle. And then the shooting
Children’s Author Helps Raise Thousands After Racist Remark
The man behind Lemony Snicket is making good on an apology
Obama Tells Ferguson to ‘Keep Protests Peaceful’
Using any event as an excuse for violence is contrary to rule of law, contrary to who we are
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LIRR train hits person near Babylon station, delaying eastbound passengers
A Long Island Rail Road train struck a person west of the Babylon train station at 5:40 p.m. Saturday, a Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokeswoman said.
President Barack Obama, Derek Jeter tee off on exclusive Las Vegas-area golf course
President Barack Obama is playing golf at an exclusive Las Vegas-area course with a retired shortstop, a Democratic Party donor and a newspaper owner.
Jonathan Wharton, Nassau jail guard awarded $420G after alleging co-worker retaliation, says wo(...)
A Nassau County correction officer who sued over alleged discrimination and convinced a federal jury he was a victim of retaliation claims he still faces a hostile workplace.
Suffolk red-light camera revenue jumps nearly 80 percent in 2013
Revenue from Suffolk Countys red-light camera program jumped nearly 80 percent in 2013 to more than $17 million, as the county added new intersections to the program and a $30 fee to tickets, according to a county report.
Kids build bikes; reap rewards of hard work
Alexa Beaubrun struggled to ride her new bike outside Maplewood Intermediate School in Huntington Station on Saturday -- it was a little too big for the 10-year-old.
Suffolk Republican Party begins pondering candidates for county executive race
Discussions about next years Suffolk County executive race, according to county Republican chairman John Jay LaValle, began at about midnight on election night.
LIE travel lanes in Nassau to be closed early Sunday
Long Island Expressway travel lanes in Nassau County will be closed early Sunday for routine bridge inspections, according to the state Department of Transportation.
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