Month: November 2019

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iStock(NEW YORK) — If you were met with a blank white screen on your phone or computer when you logged into Facebook on Thursday, you were not alone. The social media platform has been experiencing intermittent outages on Thanksgiving morning. For almost an hour, Facebook went blank and sent millions of users to other social […]

Alex Stone/ABC News(LOS ANGELES) — For many people this Thanksgiving weekend, there will be a bottle of wine on their dinner tables. Maybe they’ll even have two or three. Inside each glass of wine, there is years of hard work by experts who have devoted their lives to creating an exceptional wine. Some of those […]

ABC News(NEW YORK) — The first storm that we have been tracking that moved from the Plains to the East Coast Tuesday and Wednesday is now moving off the New England coast and will be clearing out soon. A few rain and snow showers continue to impact parts of New England from upstate New York […]

iStock(FAIRFIELD, Calif.) — Authorities in California are searching for an elderly woman and her two young grandchildren who mysteriously disappeared this week. Sandra Young, 75, of Fairfield, California, and her two grandchildren, 9-year-old Jayden Hill and 7-year-old Katalyhah Hill, have been reported missing by family members. Young last spoke with her sister on Sunday. Relatives […]

iStock(TOOELE CITY, Utah) — The body of a man found in a freezer in a dead woman’s home may have been there for as long as 11 years. The grisly discovery happened last week when police were doing a routine welfare check on a 75-year-old woman named Jeanne Souron-Mathers that had not been seen for […]

VanderWolf-Images/iStock(LONDON) — The father detained for holding six of his children against their will in a remote Dutch farmhouse for nine years is now suspected of sexually abusing two of his older children, according to Dutch prosecutors. “In addition to money laundering and deprivation of liberty and mistreatment of his nine children, the 67-year-old man […]

iStock(HONG KONG) — Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters waving American flags filled the streets Thursday to celebrate President Donald Trump’s signing of a law that supports their months-long movement. Images from the semi-autonomous city showed thousands of protesters out to praise the signing, with many waving or adorning red, white and blue flags. President Trump on […]

Cabrillo Middle School(SANTA CLARA, Calif.) — San Francisco 49er Richard Sherman is making his mark off the football field by paying off thousands of dollars in school lunch debt for public school students. The day after the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) named Sherman as the Week 11 Community MVP, he handed the principal […]

iStock(NACODOCHES, Texas) — A lot of people in the country strongly dislike Duke University men’s basketball, it was just never easy to quantify in monetary form. Now, we know it’s at least $100,000. Of course, there’s some goodwill for Stephen F. Austin University forward Nate Bain, as well, whose fundraiser to help out his family […]

Governor Kim Reynolds has toured the operation in Des Moines that grows and manufacturers the marijuana-infused products that are sold legally in Iowa as treatment for a limited number of health conditions. “I had not been there before to tour the facility and see what they’re doing,” Reynolds told reporters Tuesday. This spring the Iowa […]

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