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Amari Cooper, Cowboys may have flipped script of entire season with one monstrous quarter vs. Washington
ARLINGTON -- A trade that looked iffy after 3 1/2 games became flat-out brilliant after four. I'm not sure such a thing should be physically...

'Freezing and numb, but excited': Despite cold, balloons fly at Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade
The 21 degrees at the start made it one of the coldest Thanksgivings in New York City in decades.

Lawyer: Brother of NJ Mansion Victim Innocent of 'Potential Charges'
The brother of one of the four homicide victims found at a burning New Jersey mansion is innocent of setting fire to his own house and of "any other potential charges," his lawyer said.

The First Lion King Trailer Will Take You Back to Your Childhood
Beyoncé, Billy Eichner, Donald Glover and James Earl Jones lend their voices to the remake

In Paradise, finding reasons for gratitude amid destruction of California fire
Amid the devastation of California's deadliest and most destructive wildfire, survivors find gratitude in what remains — even if it's just being alive.

Put down the turkey and head to the mall: The holiday shopping season has officially begun
With stores continuing the trend of being open on Thanksgiving, Americans have a chance to bargain-hunt before Black Friday.

Milwaukee Girl Who Condemned Gun Violence Is Killed By Bullet
In 2016, 13-year-old Sandra Parks won an award for her essay condemning gun violence. This week, she was killed when a gunman open fired on her home.

Republicans Subpoena James Comey and Loretta Lynch Over Clinton Email Case
Mr. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, responded to the demand for a closed-door session by saying he preferred to give public testimony.

Trump Avoids Visiting Troops In Harm's Way, Talks To Them From His Country Club Instead
The president still has not visited service members in combat zones, 22 months into his term. President Barack Obama visited Iraq three months into his first term.

Hillary Clinton Says Europe Must 'Get a Handle' on Migration to Thwart Populism
Mrs. Clinton, in an interview with The Guardian, argued that migration policies contributed to the rise in right-wing populism in Europe.

Over 900 runners trot around Jackson YMCA for 14th annual Turkey Trot
Runners made their way through the 14th Annual Jackson YMCA Turkey Trot, Thursday, Nov. 22, 2018 in Jackson.

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