A giant bronze sculpture of Argentinian soccer star Angel Labruna has been built out of things like house keys and crucifixes in Buenos Aires. Photo: Taos Turner/The Wall Street Journal
City officials estimate 3.5 million spectators will crowd New York City to watch Macy's annual Thanksgiving Day Parade, held under tight security two weeks after the attacks in Paris. Jillian Kitchener reports.
While opening a center for children affected by HIV and AIDS, Prince Harry reunited with a boy he first met in the country 11 years prior.
Chicago continued its steady boil as protesters marched on its luxury corridor during Black Friday and pressed their outrage over a cop's killing of Laquan McDonald.
At the official memorial for the victims of the Paris attacks, France's President Hollande stood for the reading of the names of those who died. What was the ceremony like for those who physically could not stand? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
UK officials think they've found part of an American rocket. NASA has been trying to find debris since a SpaceX cargo rocket blew up over the summer.