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‘Angels’ locate survivors of California wildfire
December 10, 2018

‘Angels’ locate survivors of California wildfire

A group of women who help adoptees find their biological parents are using their sleuthing skills to help people find loved ones in the aftermath of a catastrophic California wildfire, earning the nickname the Angels of Paradise. (Dec. 10)
Southern US hit with 'mammoth' snow storm
December 9, 2018

Southern US hit with 'mammoth' snow storm

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is urging residents to "stay put" and "watch some football" as a snow storm is dumping nearly a foot of snow in some parts of the state. Cooper says authorities have responded to hundreds of crashes since the storm has begun. (Dec. 9)
  AP top stories for December 9
December 9, 2018

AP top stories for December 9

Here are the top stories for Sunday, December 9th: Huge snow storm strikes southern US; Protests in London ahead of Brexit vote; Hundreds arrested in French protests; A Tuba world record.
Trump says John Kelly will leave at years end
December 8, 2018

Trump says John Kelly will leave at years end

President Donald Trump said Saturday that chief of staff John Kelly will leave his job by year's end amid an expected West Wing reshuffling. (Dec. 8)
Paris police used tear gas and water cannons
December 8, 2018

Paris police used tear gas and water cannons

Paris police deployed tear gas and a water cannon as yellow-vested protesters took to the streets on Saturday. (Dec. 8)
Paris protesters build barricades and set fires
December 8, 2018

Paris protesters build barricades and set fires

Protesters in Paris continued to spar with riot police, setting makeshift barricades on fire as police moved in with water canons and heavy gear. (Dec. 8)
Riot police advance on Paris protesters
December 8, 2018

Riot police advance on Paris protesters

Protesters angry at their President and France's high taxes returned to the streets of Paris on Saturday, amid exceptional security measures aimed at preventing a repeat of last week's rioting. (Dec. 8)
Today in history for December 8th
December 8, 2018

Today in history for December 8th

America enters World War Two; Former Beatle John Lennon is shot to death in New York. (Dec. 8)
Trump to nominate William Barr as his next AG
December 7, 2018

Trump to nominate William Barr as his next AG

President Donald Trump says he will nominate William Barr to serve as his next Attorney General. Trump also says he'll nominate State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert to be the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. (Dec. 7)
Pearl Harbor survivors remember 'Day of Infamy'
December 7, 2018

Pearl Harbor survivors remember 'Day of Infamy'

The youngest survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor are now in their 90's, but about 20 of them joined dignitaries and others in commemorating the attack that occured 77 years ago today. (Dec. 7)
Ex-FBI Director Comey arrives for Cap Hill hearing
December 7, 2018

Ex-FBI Director Comey arrives for Cap Hill hearing

Ex-FBI Director James Comey has arrived for a hearing before lawmakers on Capitol Hill. (Dec. 7)
Protesters march in Paris as arrests fuel tension
December 7, 2018

Protesters march in Paris as arrests fuel tension

Several hundred high-school students marched in Paris Friday amid a nationwide protest against the French government's fiscal policies. Tensions rose after amateur video showed more than 150 students arrested outside of Paris. (Dec. 7)
AP Top Stories December 7
December 7, 2018

AP Top Stories December 7

Here's the latest for Friday December 7th: Mueller memos on Cohen and Manafort due today; NC Democrat house candidate withdrawl concession amid vote investigation; State Dept. spokeswoman Nauert said to be top pick for UN Ambassador; Winter storms in Southern California.
Rain doesn't stop Texans from seeing 'Bush 4141'
December 6, 2018

Rain doesn't stop Texans from seeing 'Bush 4141'

Despite periodic rains, hundreds carrying American flags gathered on either side of the train tracks in Navasota, Texas, to watch the “Bush 4141” go by. (Dec. 6)
Tennessee electrocutes second inmate in 2 months
December 7, 2018

Tennessee electrocutes second inmate in 2 months

A Tennessee inmate became the second person to die in the state's electric chair in just over a month Thursday. David Earl Miller, 61, was pronounced dead at a Nashville maximum-security prison. (Dec. 7)