Twister tears apart Dallas homes and businesses

Twister tears apart Dallas homes and businesses

A tornado tore homes and businesses apart in a densely populated area of Dallas but only minor injuries were reported. Tens of thousands of people were without electricity.
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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.
ShowBiz Minute: Cherry, Glamour, Disney

ShowBiz Minute: Cherry, Glamour, Disney

Canadian hockey commentator Don Cherry fired for rant over immigrants; Charlize Theron, Margaret Atwood and Ava DuVernay among honorees at Glamour's annual Women of the Year Awards; Disney throws its hat into streaming with the debut of its Disney...
On This Day 12 November 1999

On This Day 12 November 1999

The release of Kevin Smith’s “Dogma,” starring Matt Damon and Ben Affleck as fallen angels, was met with protests and accusations of blasphemy.
Thompson on George Michael: 'He's with us'

Thompson on George Michael: 'He's with us'

Emma Thompson, whose screenplay for rom-com "Last Christmas" was inspired by George Michael's hits, says the movie chimes with the late star’s life’s work beautifully.
Kristen Stewart: 'We're taking on the patriarchy'

Kristen Stewart: 'We're taking on the patriarchy'

At the Los Angeles premiere of the new "Charlie's Angels," star Kristen Stewart discusses the light feminist touch of the reboot, while writer-director and co-star Elizabeth Banks says she hopes the movie will inspire women.
Theron on 'Bombshell': 'This is a nonpartisan issue'

Theron on 'Bombshell': 'This is a nonpartisan issue'

At the Glamour Women of the Year awards, Charlize Theron says her new film "Bombshell," which explores the sexual harassment scandal at Fox News, is a nonpartisan story; while Ava DuVernay, Jameela Jamil and Megan Rapinoe discuss their activism.
The fruity, earthy gin infused with elephant dung

The fruity, earthy gin infused with elephant dung

A South African gin is infused with elephant dung, and the couple that makes it says it's often a hit with tourists.
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Airstrikes & rocket fire in Israel, Gaza and Syria

Airstrikes & rocket fire in Israel, Gaza and Syria

An Israeli airstrike killed an Islamic Jihad leader in Gaza. Another Islamic Jihad commander in Syria was not harmed by an airstrike. The Israeli military says dozens of rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel.
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AP Top Stories November 12

AP Top Stories November 12

Here's the latest for Tuesday November 12th: Impeachment witness transcript says Ukrainians asked about delayed aid; Israel kills Islamic Jihad commander; DACA goes to Supreme Court; Frigid cold weather coming to much of US.
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Australia's ferocious fires threaten Sydney suburbs

Australia's ferocious fires threaten Sydney suburbs

Ferocious wildfires were burning at emergency-level intensity across Australia's most populous state and into Sydney suburbs Tuesday.
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Haley: Tillerson and Kelly opposed Trump policies

Haley: Tillerson and Kelly opposed Trump policies

Former US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, alleges in her upcoming memoir that former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly tried to get her to undermine President Trump's policies.
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Bespoke robes await Pope Francis on Thailand visit

Bespoke robes await Pope Francis on Thailand visit

Seamstresses in Bangkok are studiously snipping and sewing, fashioning robes for the upcoming visit of Pope Francis.
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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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