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Today in History for November 22nd
November 21, 2019

Today in History for November 22nd

On this date in 1963, President John F. Kennedy is assassinated and Texas Gov. John Connally is seriously wounded during a motorcade in Dallas. Suspect Lee Harvey Oswald is arrested. Lyndon B. Johnson becomes America's 36th president. (Nov. 22)
More than 50 vehicles pile up in Denver crash
November 22, 2019

More than 50 vehicles pile up in Denver crash

Police say more than 50 vehicles were involved in a weather-related crash in west Denver. Injuries were reported in the pileup Thursday night, but Denver police say none are considered life-threatening. (Nov.22)
Vegas police shoot, wound airport tarmac intruder
November 22, 2019

Vegas police shoot, wound airport tarmac intruder

Las Vegas police shot an intruder who fought with officers before dawn Thursday on the tarmac outside a terminal at McCarran International Airport, including an officer who was knocked unconscious, authorities said. (Nov. 22)
Police chief, mayor praise slain Detroit officer
November 21, 2019

Police chief, mayor praise slain Detroit officer

Detroit police Chief James Craig says a gunman who fatally shot one officer and wounded another was trying “to bait” them as they searched a home for him (Nov. 21)
Israel’s Netanyahu charged in corruption cases
November 21, 2019

Israel’s Netanyahu charged in corruption cases

Israel’s attorney general has formally charged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a series of corruption cases, throwing the country’s paralyzed political system into further disarray and threatening the long-time leader’s grip on power. (Nov. 21)
Los Angeles auto show features electric vehicles
November 21, 2019

Los Angeles auto show features electric vehicles

New electric vehicles and several new small SUVs are among the new models on display this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show. They include an all-electric Ford SUV that the automaker has branded as a Mustang. (Nov. 21)
AP Analysis: Democratic debate in Atlanta
November 21, 2019

AP Analysis: Democratic debate in Atlanta

Democrats debated in Atlanta on Wednesday night, with the top issues including health care and who can defeat Donald Trump in 2020. (Nov. 21)
On Ukraine’s bleak front line, US aid saves lives
November 21, 2019

On Ukraine’s bleak front line, US aid saves lives

US-made medical equipment, night-vision devices and anti-tank missiles make a difference for Ukrainian troops fighting Kremlin-backed separatists. So President Donald Trump’s decision to freeze US military aid to Ukraine made Ukrainians nervous. (Nov. 21)
Farmers in South Africa struggling due to drought
November 21, 2019

Farmers in South Africa struggling due to drought

The United Nations estimates that more than 11 million people now face crisis due to the ongoing drought in South Africa. (Nov. 21)
Two Detroit police officers shot, one dead
November 21, 2019

Two Detroit police officers shot, one dead

Authorities say a police officer has been fatally shot and another officer has been wounded while responding to a home invasion on Detroit’s West Side. The suspect also was wounded. (Nov. 21)
Official: Ukraine asked about aid on July 25th
November 20, 2019

Official: Ukraine asked about aid on July 25th

A Defense Department official is testifying that the Ukrainian embassy was asking questions about U.S. military assistance as far back as July 25, the day President Donald Trump asked Ukraine’s president to investigate Democrats. (Nov. 20)
Republicans drill Ambassador Sondland during House hearing
November 20, 2019

Republicans drill Ambassador Sondland during House hearing

Republican counsel drills Gordon Sondland, ambassador to the European Union during his testimony before the House Intelligence Committee. (Nov. 20)
Fake doctors: OxyContin maker thrives in China
November 20, 2019

Fake doctors: OxyContin maker thrives in China

OxyContin sales are slowing in the United States under an avalanche of lawsuits and the bankruptcy of Purdue Pharma. But the company's owner, the Sackler family, continues to profit from sales of their signature painkiller in China. (Nov. 20)
NY considers ban on tackle football for children
November 20, 2019

NY considers ban on tackle football for children

A New York lawmaker who proposed a law to ban tackle football for kids aged 12 and under says he hopes the bill passes soon because tackle football poses a "danger to developing brains." (Nov. 19)
Botanists hunt rare apples on pioneer homesteads
November 20, 2019

Botanists hunt rare apples on pioneer homesteads

Pacific Northwest apple ‘detectives’ are hunting for varieties of domesticated apples thought to be extinct in century-old pioneer homestead orchards. There were once 17,000 varieties of domesticated apples in North America. A fraction remain. (Nov. 20)
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