Are people still visiting Hong Kong?

Are people still visiting Hong Kong?

Hong Kong visitors see a silver lining in the blow to tourism from anti-government protests.
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Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander

Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander

The Israeli military says it has killed an Islamic Jihad commander in an airstrike. The Islamic Jihad confirms it. A short time later, video from southern Israel showed Israeli defenses possibly intercepting Palestinian rocket fire.
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Trump, Dems brace for open impeachment hearings

Trump, Dems brace for open impeachment hearings

The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump hits a new phase this week with televised public hearings. While both sides believe it will be their best chance to shape public opinion, they all agree on one thing: the stakes are very high.
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What Can Be Saved? China wants its own Yellowstone

What Can Be Saved? China wants its own Yellowstone

There's a building boom on China's remote Tibetan plateau. But this time, the government wants to set limits on the region's growth in order to implement its first national park system. This is the latest in the AP series, "What Can Be Saved?"
Today in History for November 12th

Today in History for November 12th

Highlights of this day in history: Josef Stalin consolidates power in USSR; World War II's naval Battle of Guadalcanal begins; Women's rights pioneer Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Actress-turned-royalty Grace Kelly and singer Neil Young born.
Ryan, Brees discuss Atlanta win over New Orleans

Ryan, Brees discuss Atlanta win over New Orleans

Falcons QB Matt Ryan and Saints QB Drew Brees discuss Atlanta's 26-9 win over New Orleans.
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The most destructive hurricanes hitting more often

The most destructive hurricanes hitting more often

A new study finds the most destructive hurricanes are hitting the US three times more often.
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West Virginia home explodes, 2 injured

West Virginia home explodes, 2 injured

Officials say a home in West Virginia exploded, causing non-life threatening injuries to two people
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AP Top Stories November 11

AP Top Stories November 11

Here are the top stories for Monday, Nov. 11th: America pauses to remember Veterans Day; Snow and record cold coming to much of the U.S.; Violence spikes in Hong Kong; SpaceX launches satellites to expand global high-speed internet.
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Drake booed at LA music festival

Drake booed at LA music festival

Drake abruptly ended a surprise performance at a Los Angeles music festival over the weekend after being booed. Fans at Tyler, The Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw festival expected R&B star Frank Ocean instead.
Winter already? Snow, deep freeze hit the Midwest

Winter already? Snow, deep freeze hit the Midwest

A storm that's brought snow to the Midwest and canceled more than 500 flights at Chicago airports is about to give way to record-setting cold.
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Angst and rebirth amid California wildfires

Angst and rebirth amid California wildfires

Bobbie Chandler watched in horror as the California wine country fires destroyed his childhood home in 2017. His family rose from the ashes, only to relive the terror this fire season.
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Farage: Brexit Party will not contest Tory seats

Farage: Brexit Party will not contest Tory seats

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage says his party will not run in almost half of the U.K. seats in Britain's election.
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SpaceX launches 60 mini satellites into orbit

SpaceX launches 60 mini satellites into orbit

SpaceX launched 60 mini satellites Monday, the second batch of an orbiting network meant to provide global internet coverage. The liftoff marked an unprecedented fourth flight of a booster for SpaceX.
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Pence honors Veterans at Arlington Cemetery

Pence honors Veterans at Arlington Cemetery

Vice President Mike Pence honors service men and women at Arlington National Cemetery during Veteran's Day ceremony.
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Trump pays tribute to veterans in New York speech

Trump pays tribute to veterans in New York speech

President Trump kicked off New York City's Veterans Day Tribute Monday by saying the nation's veterans "risked everything for us," and we must "protect them every single day of our lives." He is the first sitting president to speak at the event.
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Chicago snow leads to plane sliding off runway

Chicago snow leads to plane sliding off runway

Snowfall hitting the Midwest is taking its toll on air travel in Chicago as one plane trying to land at O'Hare International Airport slid off the runway. Chicago's aviation department says more than 440 flights have been canceled at the airport.
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NYC 'Dreamer' at center of Supreme Court case

NYC 'Dreamer' at center of Supreme Court case

A 29-year-old certified nursing assistant from Queens is a lead plaintiff in a lawsuit to preserve DACA that will be heard by the Supreme Court this week. Martin Batalla Vidal came to the U.S. from Mexico when he was seven-years-old.
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AP Top Stories November 11

AP Top Stories November 11

Here's the latest for Monday November 11th: Hong Kong police shoot protester, man set on fire; Bolivia in power void as Morales, would-be successors resign; Buttigieg hopes to name 1st female VA secretary; Jimmy Carter still teaching at 95.
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ShowBiz Minute: Allen, Teigen, US Box Office

ShowBiz Minute: Allen, Teigen, US Box Office

Woody Allen and Amazon.com have ended their legal battle.; Chrissy Teigen honored at Baby2Baby gala; War epic "Midway" bests "Doctor Sleep" at the U.S. box office.
On This Day - 11 November 2006

On This Day - 11 November 2006

In 2006, Sony released the PS3 in Japan, despite production issues meaning only 100,000 were ready for launch day.
Hong Kong police shoot protester in the street

Hong Kong police shoot protester in the street

A video posted online shows police in Hong Kong shooting at least one protester as demonstrators disrupted the morning rush hour on Monday.
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Still teaching at 95, Jimmy Carter draws devotees

Still teaching at 95, Jimmy Carter draws devotees

Former President Jimmy Carter can still draw a crowd, and he does each time he teaches Sunday school in his hometown of Plains, Georgia.
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AP probe: Aging US dams pose risk to thousands

AP probe: Aging US dams pose risk to thousands

An Associated Press investigation has found that thousands of people in the U.S. may be at risk from aging dams that are in poor condition. The two-year investigation identified 1,688 'high hazard' dams in 44 states and Puerto Rico.
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AP Top Storie

AP Top Storie

Here's the latest for Sunday, November 10th: The Supreme Court will consider Trump's plan to end DACA; Bolivia's President resigns; Family of a TX death row inmate asking to stop execution; NY's Empire State building tribute to Sesame Street.
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