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The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been named as a senior government official by state media.
A large explosion damaged a convoy of cars, possibly including a British Embassy vehicle, on Thursday. Many casualties were reported.
President Obama celebrated his favorite holiday -- Thanksgiving -- with phone calls to U.S. troops, something he often does to mark the holiday.
Officer Darren Wilson's attorneys told CNN he is in talks to leave the Ferguson police and may give up being an officer altogether.
For the past 25 years, Ned Norton has provided free and low-cost strength training for people living with disabilities. "I never worry about what they can't do," Norton said. "I worry about what they can do."
If you can't remember where your car keys are, you may want to eat fewer muffins. Trans fat may hurt your memory, study shows.
Firefighters demonstrate some of the ways you should NOT fry a turkey with these turkey fryer fails.
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Brazilian-born striker Brandao has been handed a one-month jail sentence for headbutting an opposing player, with the severity of his punishment linked to the footballer's role model status, according to one of the lawyers involved in the case.
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Perhaps it was the biting cold or maybe because it was Thanksgiving. But Ferguson was much calmer early Thursday than it has been the past two days.
Speaker of the House John Boehner shares his secret family recipe for brining turkey just in time for Thanksgiving.
Many Mainers may have trouble getting their turkeys roasted Thursday, as tens of thousands of residents woke up this morning to find the lights out.
In the busy streets, shoppers and workers rush by the homeless little boy with a flute -- some dropping change but most ignoring him. But he plays on knowing that each coin or note can help his family survive another day.
Israeli security forces say they have broken up a wide-ranging terror plot, which would have included attacks on a football stadium, abductions and car bombings.