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Here are the top stories for Sunday, December 15th: Comey acknowledges "sloppiness" in Russia probe; Teens arrested in mall shooting; Volcano search comes up empty; A joyful win on a painful anniversary in Newtown, Connecticut.
Police say they have arrested two teenagers in connection with a shooting that wounded one man in a busy suburban Atlanta mall food court in the height of the Christmas shopping season.
Former Nazi official Adolf Eichmann sentenced to death; Bandleader Glenn Miller disappears over the English Channel; The Bill of Rights takes effect; Sioux Indian Chief Sitting Bull killed; Walt Disney dies at age 65.
Here's the latest for Saturday, December 14th: Trump impeachment vote underscores a harshly partisan era; Boris Johnson: Brexit now 'unstoppable'; Clashes as group attacks Lebanon protesters; Christmas tree supply comes up short across the US.
President Donald Trump left Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Saturday on his way to attend the annual Army-Navy football game. Trump was headed to Philadelphia to attend the game between the two military academies for the second year in a row.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited northern England on Saturday to meet newly elected Conservative Party lawmakers in the working class heartland that turned its back on the opposition Labour Party in this week's election.
George Washington dies at age 67; Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen and his group reach South Pole; Leaders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia sign an internationally-brokered peace treaty; Baseball's Roger Maris dies at age 51.
President Donald Trump said Friday that the U.S. has canceled plans to impose new tariffs on $160 billion worth of Chinese imports and US soybean farmers say they're glad a deal is being struck
The three quarterbacks who are Heisman Trophy finalists all transferred to their current schools. LSU's Joe Burrow says it was a gut-wrenching decision. Ohio State's Justin Fields says players who transfer need to tune out critics.
President Donald Trump said Friday that the U.S. has canceled plans to impose new tariffs on $160 billion worth of Chinese imports Sunday as part of a modest interim agreement that de-escalates a 17-month trade war with China.
In an interview with the Associated Press on Friday, freshman Democrat Rep. Madeleine Dean discussed the "emotional and mental" toll the impeachment process has taken as a member of the House Judiciary Committee.
Demonstrators took to the streets of central London on Friday to protest the result of the UK's general election, which saw Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party win with a sizeable majority.
Here's the latest for Friday, December 13: Impeachment charges sent to full House; Trump announces interim U.S.-China trade agreement; six bodies recovered off the New Zealand coast; Hamas supporters celebrate group's 32nd anniversary.
A Detroit power plant that was more than 100 years old has been demolished to accommodate a Jeep factory. Explosives were used to bring down the Conners Creek plant near the Detroit River.
A contract worker was arrested at an Alabama bus station Friday, hours after officials say he shot and killed a fellow worker in a suburban Atlanta factory.
Shortly after the House Judiciary Committee voted to approve two articles of impeachment against him, President Donald Trump called the proceedings a "scam" and a "hoax." Still, he said impeachment is "very good for him politically."
President Donald Trump says the U.S. has canceled plans to impose new tariffs on $160 billion worth of Chinese imports as part of a modest interim agreement that de-escalates a 17-month trade war between the world's two biggest economies.
Actors Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale share their home with their two kids and are sharing the same stage in their new play, a modern adaptation of "Medea in New York City."
Impeachment charges against President Donald Trump went to the full House on Friday, following approval by the House Judiciary Committee. Some Republicans on the judiciary panel reacted harshly after the vote.
UK opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has defended his party's policies despite Labour's general election loss. And Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon said it was time for Scotland to decide its own future.