Spain protest sends sheep into Madrid streets

Spain protest sends sheep into Madrid streets

Hundreds of sheep filled the streets of Madrid on Sunday as part of an annual protest to call for the protection of ancient grazing routes threatened by urbanization.
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U.S. Attorney General Barr touts fugitive arrests

U.S. Attorney General Barr touts fugitive arrests

Attorney General William Barr was in Albuquerque, New Mexico Tuesday to announce the arrests of nearly 330 fugitives suspected of violent crimes. Officials said the arrests are part of a program conducted in numerous U.S. cities.
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Andrea Bocelli: ‘Absurd’ to shun Placido Domingo

Andrea Bocelli: ‘Absurd’ to shun Placido Domingo

Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli is staunchly defending opera legend Placido Domingo, calling it "absurd" that opera houses have canceled the star's performances over sexual harassment allegations before they are fully investigated.
Mich. State's Dantonio faces questions on future

Mich. State's Dantonio faces questions on future

Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio faces questions about his future plans amid a four-game losing streak.
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World's largest Starbucks set to open in Chicago

World's largest Starbucks set to open in Chicago

Starbucks in opening its largest venue, 35,000 square feet, on Chicago's Michigan Ave. on Friday.
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Vaping-related lung transplant at Detroit hospital

Vaping-related lung transplant at Detroit hospital

A double lung transplant recipient in Michigan has been identified as a 17-year-old boy whose organs were severely damaged by vaping.
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Anderson .Paak to headline concert series to benefit IRC

Anderson .Paak to headline concert series to benefit IRC

Anderson .Paak has teamed up with Modelo to headline a three-city "Modelo Fighting Chance Concert Series" with all proceeds benefiting the International Rescue Committee. Concerts will take place in San Francisco on Nov. 13, Atlanta on Nov. 15 a...
Hundreds show support for DACA in Los Angeles

Hundreds show support for DACA in Los Angeles

Hundreds of students marched in Los Angeles Tuesday to show support for immigrants who receive protections under the DACA program. The US Supreme Court is considering a Trump administration plan to end the protections.
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AP Top Stories November 12

AP Top Stories November 12

Here's the latest for Tuesday, November 12th: Mulvaney to not sue over House impeachment proceedings; Ousted Bolivian president arrives in Mexico; Former President Carter recovers after brain surgery; Welcoming ceremony for Spanish Royals in Havana.
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Mark Sanford ending 2020 GOP presidential bid

Mark Sanford ending 2020 GOP presidential bid

Mark Sanford dropped his challenge to President Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday, saying the focus on impeachment has made it difficult for his campaign to gain traction.
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Democrats push to protect young immigrants

Democrats push to protect young immigrants

Democrats are promising to stick with young immigrants as the Supreme Court's conservative majority seems prepared to allow the Trump administration to end a program that allows them to work legally in the US and protects them from deportation.
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Former president Jimmy Carter out of surgery

Former president Jimmy Carter out of surgery

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter underwent surgery Tuesday morning at Emory University Hospital to relieve pressure on his brain.
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Early cold straining already troubled farmer

Early cold straining already troubled farmer

Snow and a severe autumn cold snap are straining an already troubled farmer in Wisconsin.
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Hispanic Caucus hopeful for SCOTUS DACA ruling

Hispanic Caucus hopeful for SCOTUS DACA ruling

The Congressional Hispanic Caucua is hopeful for the Supreme Court's ruling on down the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
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Immigrants urge Supreme Court to protect DACA

Immigrants urge Supreme Court to protect DACA

Undocumented immigrants walked out of the Supreme Court vowing to fight on after justices heard arguments about the legality of the Trump administration's decision to wind down the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals - or DACA - program.
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Bride uses wedding to encourage pet adoption

Bride uses wedding to encourage pet adoption

A bride in Plant City, Florida asked her bridesmaids to hold puppies instead of flowers at her wedding to encourage pet adoption.
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Neurosurgeon details Jimmy Carter's procedure

Neurosurgeon details Jimmy Carter's procedure

Neurosurgeon Daniel Orringer from NYU Langone Health describes the surgery President Jimmy Carter underwent to relieve pressure from brain bleeding linked to recent falls.
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For 'Joy of Cooking' revision, editors mixed marriage, food

For 'Joy of Cooking' revision, editors mixed marriage, food

Imagine carefully testing several thousand recipes for a beloved cookbook. Then imagine coming up with 600 brand new ones. Now imagine doing all that in your home kitchen. Without a dishwasher. That was the monumental task John Becker and his wife...
Revising 'Joy of Cooking' was a personal task for its editors

Revising 'Joy of Cooking' was a personal task for its editors

Revising "Joy of Cooking" was a 1,200-page task for John Becker and Megan Scott that was in their blood. Becker is the great-grandson of founding editor Irma S. Rombauer, who self-published "Joy of Cooking" in 1931. It now has 20 million copies i...
Updating 'Joy of Cooking' to fit the times

Updating 'Joy of Cooking' to fit the times

"Joy of Cooking" iterations have always mirrored their time, whether taking into account wartime rationing in the 1943 edition or adding a section on frozen foods in the 1951 edition. Editors John Becker and Megan Scott said they were given a wide...
First Hispanic elected to lead US Catholic bishops

First Hispanic elected to lead US Catholic bishops

Archbishop José Gómez of Los Angeles, an immigrant from Mexico, overwhelmingly won election Tuesday as the first Hispanic to head the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
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Bloomberg registers for 2020 ballot in Arkansas

Bloomberg registers for 2020 ballot in Arkansas

Michael Bloomberg has filed paperwork to appear on the ballot in Arkansas' March 3 presidential primary. The billionaire former New York mayor hasn't formally announced a bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.
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Evo Morales flees crisis-torn Bolivia

Evo Morales flees crisis-torn Bolivia

Evo Morales, who transformed Bolivia as its first indigenous president, was flying to exile in Mexico early Tuesday after weeks of violent protests, leaving behind a confused power vacuum in the Andean nation.
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Supreme Court weighs status of young immigrants

Supreme Court weighs status of young immigrants

Supreme Court justices are hearing arguments on the Trump administration's bid to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that shields immigrants brought to the U.S. as children from deportation and allows them to work legally.
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Ringo Starr on touring with McCartney: 'We never discussed it'

Ringo Starr on touring with McCartney: 'We never discussed it'

Ringo Starr talks about how all four Beatles are part of the song "Grow Old With Me" on his new album, why the Fab Four didn't play Woodstock and why reuniting with Paul McCartney to tour has never come up.