AP Top Stories November 19

AP Top Stories November 19

Here's the latest for Tuesday November 19th: Aides who listened to Trump-Ukraine call to testify; Trump administration reverses Israeli West Bank settlement policy; Fresno shooting investigated; Hong Kong protesters climb down ropes to escape police.
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On This Day: 5 December 2001

On This Day: 5 December 2001

"Ocean's Eleven" premiered in Los Angeles.
Lagerfeld remembered at Chanel Metiers D'Art

Lagerfeld remembered at Chanel Metiers D'Art

Fashion's crème de la crème and stars from Penelope Cruz to Kristen Stewart traveled to Paris for the first Chanel Métiers d'Art show designed by new artistic director Virginie Viard.
ShowBiz Minute: R Kelly, Kid Rock, Union

ShowBiz Minute: R Kelly, Kid Rock, Union

Judge sets Sept. 14 trial date for R. Kelly's state trial; Kid Rock's Detroit eatery closing after his profane comments; Gabrielle Union, NBC meet over "America's Got Talent" firing.
A-listers light up Rockefeller Tree

A-listers light up Rockefeller Tree

Annual Rockefeller Tree lighting ceremony with performances by John Legend, Idina Menzel, Jon Bon Jovi, Ne-Yo, Gwen Stefani and more.
Rockefeller tree lights up

Rockefeller tree lights up

Celebrities and hundreds of onlookers attend annual lighting of the massive Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center in New York.
AP Top Stories December 5

AP Top Stories December 5

Here's the latest for Thursday December 5th: Navy says active duty sailor was Pearl Harbor gunman; Legal experts testify to Congress about impeachment; George Zimmerman sues Trayvon Martin's parents & family lawyer; NYC Rockefeller Center tree lig...
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Ivanka Trump tours Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Ivanka Trump tours Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb on Wednesday gave President Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross a tour of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the famed Indianapolis 500.
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Sailor kills 2 civilians, self at Pearl Harbor

Sailor kills 2 civilians, self at Pearl Harbor

An active duty U.S. sailor whose submarine was docked at Pearl Harbor opened fire on three civilian employees Wednesday, killing two and then taking his own life. A third civilian Department of Defense employee was hospitalized.
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Historic US town facing sea rise dilemma

Historic US town facing sea rise dilemma

As sea levels continue to rise, historic cities like Charleston are preparing to get ahead of the issue before it's too late
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Today in History for December 5th

Today in History for December 5th

Prohibition ends in the United States; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart dies; Walt Disney and Little Richard are born.
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Capitol Christmas tree gets lit in Washington

Capitol Christmas tree gets lit in Washington

A tree from the Land of Enchantment better known as New Mexico, is this years Christmas centerpiece in front of the Capitol.
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Search ongoing for missing Arizona child

Search ongoing for missing Arizona child

The search continues for 6-year-old Willa Rawlings, missing since being swept away in a rain swollen Arizona creek. The bodies of her 5-year-old brother and 5-year-old cousin have been found. Her parents and four other children were rescued.
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Scientists create monthly birth control pill

Scientists create monthly birth control pill

Birth control pills work great if women remember to take them every day but missing doses can mean a surprise pregnancy. Now scientists have figured out how to pack a month's supply into one capsule.
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Trump tightens food stamp work requirements

Trump tightens food stamp work requirements

The Trump administration is tightening work requirements for the federal food stamp program in a move that will slash benefits for hundreds of thousands of people. The rule is one of three proposals for cutting the food stamp program.
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AP Top Stories

AP Top Stories

Here's the latest for Wednesday December 4th: Trump calls Canada's Prime Minister 'two-faced'; House judiciary begins impeachment hearings; Pompeo and Netanyahu meet in Portugal; Kid Rock is out of business in Detroit after comments about Oprah.
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Female directors dominate SF Film Fest

Female directors dominate SF Film Fest

All three director awards at this year's San Francisco Film Festival Awards went to women: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood's Marielle Heller, The Farewell's Lulu Wang and Clemency's Chinonye Chukwu.
Rain snarls traffic in Southern California

Rain snarls traffic in Southern California

A soggy morning commute in the Los Angeles area slowed traffic and was blamed for several accidents. The California Highway Patrol said a semi jackknifed with the 30,000 pound trailer partially hanging off an overpass.
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Activists denounce Kid Rock's tirade against Oprah

Activists denounce Kid Rock's tirade against Oprah

Civil rights activists applaud news that Kid Rock won’t renew the licensing agreement for his Made in Detroit restaurant
Yang sprays supporters with whipped cream

Yang sprays supporters with whipped cream

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang was caught on camera in a candid moment with supporters Tuesday night while opening a new campaign office in Manchester, New Hampshire.
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Scholar says evidence not there for impeachment

Scholar says evidence not there for impeachment

A law professor and witness for the Republicans is explaining to lawmakers why he thinks impeaching President Donald Trump would be wrong.
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3 experts united: Trump committed impeachable acts

3 experts united: Trump committed impeachable acts

Three of the four law school professors testifying before the House impeachment hearing Wednesday were unanimous in their assessment that President Donald Trump's conduct with Ukraine meets the Constitutional criteria for impeachable offenses.
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Georgia Gov. picks political outsider for Senate

Georgia Gov. picks political outsider for Senate

Georgia's Republican governor has chosen a wealthy businesswoman and political newcomer to fill an upcoming vacancy in the U.S. Senate.
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Legal scholars weigh Trump impeachment charges

Legal scholars weigh Trump impeachment charges

Four law school professors are giving lessons on American history and presidential politics as they testify in the House impeachment inquiry. Some say Donald Trump's conduct with Ukraine meets the definition of “high crimes and misdemeanors."
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Collins: Impeach hearing 'disgrace' and a 'sham'

Collins: Impeach hearing 'disgrace' and a 'sham'

The House Judiciary Committee's first impeachment hearing burst into partisan fighting as Democrats charged Pres. Donald Trump enlisted foreign interference in U.S. elections and Republicans retorted there are no grounds to remove him from office.
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