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Outgoing Argentine president says she's not going away

Outgoing Argentine president, loved and loathed, says she's not going away, but plans unclear

Millions of spiders invade Memphis

A neighborhood in North memphis is completely overrun by a swarm of spiders. It's said to be millions of them. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Obama admin says states lack authority to block refugees

Obama administration reminds states they lack authority to block Syrian refugees

A Brief History Of Presidents Pardoning Turkeys

This Thanksgiving tradition isn't as old as you think it is.

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Oil prices help lift stocks

Investors focused on global politics after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border, with stocks closing higher as the energy sector rose. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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Growth _ but not expansion _ in US Internet gambling market

Internet gambling market growing _ but not expanding _ in United States after 2 1/2 years

French lawmakers vote to extend airstrikes against IS

In aftermath of Paris attacks, French lawmakers vote to extend airstrikes against IS in Syria

5 Scary questions you'll face from family this Thanksgiving

You know it's coming, the age old family interrogation of your life that comes with being home for Thanksgiving. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has five scary questions you can expect from your family.

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Obama set to pardon "Honest" and "Abe" before Thanksgiving

Obama set to grant reprieve to turkeys "Honest" and "Abe" during White House ceremony

US Blames Human Error In Doctors Without Borders Bombing

A military investigation hasn't satisfied Doctors Without Borders, which wants an independent investigation into the bombing of one of its hospitals.

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Retailers set the clocks back on sales

Retailers are getting an early jump on holiday sales. Wal-Mart is the latest one, pulling its Cyber Monday promotions to start on Sunday. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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A look at the hot toys for holiday 2015

Expected hot toy trends: robotic pets, anything "Star Wars"

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The Latest: Paris hotel business hit hard by attacks

The Latest: Occupancy rates for Paris hotels plunge after attacks, according to report

Sweden's King wants to ban baths

King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden wants to ban baths. OK not exactly but he wants the people of Sweden to think about how they're treating the Earth. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Police: Gun stolen from US agent used to kill Oakland artist

Police: Gun stolen from federal agent used to kill California artist working on peace mural

Google Knows Where You Eat, Sleep, Work And Play

Google collects a lot of info about you, but if you think that's creepy, you can limit the data it pulls from your devices and your browsing habits.

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Pfizer to buy Allergan in $160 bln deal

Pfizer Inc, the maker of Viagra and Lipitor, has struck a deal to buy Botox-maker Allergan in a transaction valued at about $160 billion. As Joel Flynn reports the deal will create the world's biggest drug maker.

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New Polish gov't reopens questions about 2010 plane crash

Poland's new government reopens debate over 2010 plane crash that killed president Kaczynski

Putin sends air-defense missiles to Syria to deter Turkey

Putin responds to Turkey's downing of Russian jet by sending air-defense missiles to Syria

The best strategies to maximize success on Black Friday

Black Friday is one of the most hectic shopping days of the year. If you don't plan properly, you could miss out on some of the biggest bargains! Lindsey Granger (@MissLindseyG) has some tips to get you ready to make out like a bandit.

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Missing Teen's Remains Found Buried 25 Years Later

New information led authorities to the remains of a 15-year-old girl who disappeared in 1990.

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No specific threat in NY despite new IS video

Authorities say there is no "specific and credible threat" against New York City, despite a newly released Islamic State video suggesting America's most populous city is a potential target. Linda So reports.

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Better batteries to beat global warming: A race against time

CLIMATE COUNTDOWN: Experts amped up about better battery tech helping to limit global warming

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Cuban art thief suspect arrested in Greece

Cuban art thief suspect arrested in Greece, linked to Havana museum heist

Antarctica is gaining more ice even though the global temperature is rising

Researchers say snow accumulation is still a sign of global warming due to more moisture in the air caused by temperature increases. Jordyn Rolling (@jordynrolling) has the breakdown!

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Deliberations continue at trial of ex-NY Assembly speaker

After rocky start, deliberations at federal corruption trial of ex-NY Assembly speaker resume