Chopping breadcrumbs by flashlight. Cooking turkeys on the grill. Watching Netflix on phones. A massive power outage is being blamed on a nor'easter.
The Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has promised a programme of radical reform during an address at the opening session of the country's new parliament.
Spurs beat Partizan Belgrade to reach the Europa League knockout stage in a game interrupted by pitch intruders.
Online Islamists call for Cairo street protests despite ban
Mexico's president announces plans for a massive overhaul of police, in the wake of the disappearance of 43 students in September.
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Neal Shytles got dozens of offers after posting a Facebook ad for a family to spend Thanksgiving with.
New Orleans' Saints Benjamin Watson poured his thoughts about Ferguson on a Facebook post that went viral.
An assistant manager at a Burger King in San Jose, California, found an abandoned bag with around $100,000 in it.
Once again, the streets are electric with anger after a white police officer evades charges for fatally shooting a black man. Sirens screech and wood batons push back marchers protesting from Missouri to New York to Los Angeles. This time the cadence of "No Justice, No Peace" has been replaced with "Hand's Up. Don't Shoot."
Surveillance video shows a Cleveland police officer shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice no more than two seconds after the officer and a partner pulled up in a car to investigate reports that someone was brandishing a gun at a park, police said Wednesday.
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Beneath the firecrackers and drummers, much is at stake in Taiwan's local elections including the future of its relationship with China.
New York's holiday windows are pretty fantastic. We take you behind the scenes at Macy's and show you how it's done.
Last week, after the Senate defeated a measure to authorize the Keystone XL Pipeline by a single vote, a Native American sitting in the gallery broke into a traditional victory song. Greg Grey Cloud, of Lakota and Dakota heritage, was quickly detained and hauled out of the Capitol.