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  • Macy's parade begins with balloons, bands and security

    Macy's parade begins with balloons, bands and security

    Thursday, November 23 2017 12:32 AM EST2017-11-23 05:32:15 GMT
    Thursday, November 23 2017 9:35 AM EST2017-11-23 14:35:41 GMT
    New faces and old favorites will fly, float and march in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and police are going all-out to secure it in a year marked by attacks on outdoor gathering spots.More >>
    New faces and old favorites will fly, float and march in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and police are going all-out to secure it in a year marked by attacks on outdoor gathering spots.More >>
  • Olympic gymnastics ex-doctor pleads guilty to sex charges

    Olympic gymnastics ex-doctor pleads guilty to sex charges

    Wednesday, November 22 2017 1:51 AM EST2017-11-22 06:51:39 GMT
    Thursday, November 23 2017 9:37 AM EST2017-11-23 14:37:09 GMT
    A person with knowledge of the deal says a former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor will pleaded guilty to sexual assault charges and face at least 25 years in prison.More >>
    A person with knowledge of the deal says a former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor will pleaded guilty to sexual assault charges and face at least 25 years in prison.More >>
  • APNewsBreak: Ferguson leaders wonder if monitor worth cost

    APNewsBreak: Ferguson leaders wonder if monitor worth cost

    Wednesday, November 22 2017 4:52 PM EST2017-11-22 21:52:33 GMT
    Thursday, November 23 2017 9:37 AM EST2017-11-23 14:37:01 GMT
    APNewsBreak: Ferguson, Missouri, has paid nearly a half-million dollars to the monitor team overseeing its police and court reforms, but city leaders question what they've gotten for their money after the original...More >>
    APNewsBreak: Ferguson, Missouri, has paid nearly a half-million dollars to the monitor team overseeing its police and court reforms, but city leaders question what they've gotten for their money after the original lead monitor's departure.More >>
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