Black Friday Shoppers Chose The Internet Over Long Lines

According to the National Retail Federation, more Americans shopped for Black Friday sales online than in the store.

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China's demand for energy choking the capital

China's ever-increasing hunger for energy is blanketing Beijing in smog. Derek Van Dam looks at what's happening in the Chinese capital.

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Paris Climate Conference: The Big Picture

World leaders are descending on Paris for the COP 21 climate conference. What are they trying to accomplish? Why is there tension between countries? WSJ's Jason Bellini and Gabriele Steinhauser report.

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2 Lincoln police officers wounded in shooting

Police say 2 Lincoln officers shot; injuries not life threatening

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The Latest: High security as leaders meet for climate talks

The Latest: High security across Paris as world leaders meet for critical climate talks

Weather, flights aid post-Thanksgiving travel efforts

Cooperative weather, flights aid so-far smooth post-Thanksgiving travel efforts

Getting through the holidays without going broke

The holidays can get expensive, but Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) has some ways you can curb your spending.

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Colorado Clinic Shooting Victim Identified As 'Stay-At-Home Mother'

A gunman shot and killed three people at a Planned Parenthood in Colorado on Friday. One of the victims was a mother of two.

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HIV-positive doctor says his dog saved his life

Doctor with HIV says a dog saved his life, launches photo project with patients and their dogs

Obama visits Paris attack site, pays tribute to victims

Shortly after arriving in Paris, U.S. President Barack Obama visits the memorial at the Bataclan concert hall to pay tribute to the victims of the deadly Paris attacks. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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NYC's novel salt warning rule set to take effect at chains

NYC's novel salt warning rule set to take effect Tuesday; affects some chain eatery items

Here's What Amazon's Drone Prototypes Look Like

Amazon is finally revealing details about its drone Prime Air service. But you can't get it just yet.

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Pennsylvania cop shot and killed

Pennsylvania police officer Lloyd Reed was shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute near Pittsburgh.

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Hayden Panettiere All Smiles in First Appearance After Postpartum Treatment

The 26-year-old actress looked radiant on Saturday, marking her first public appearance since announcing she was seeking treatment for postpartum depression.

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China Says Miss Canada Is Part Of An Evil Cult

Miss Canada had a bit of trouble traveling to China to compete in the Miss World competition — the host country wouldn't let her in.

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ISIS expands its territory in Libya

Analyst Mohamed Eljarh explains the dangers of ISIS expansion in Libya.

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Pope Francis Celebrates Mass in Uganda

Pope Francis celebrated his first Mass in Uganda on Saturday, November 28, honoring the country's martyrs. Photo: Getty

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NY program uses phone calls, text messages to teach English

New York pilot program uses phone calls, text messages to teach English to immigrants

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The Latest: Obama visits site of Paris concert attack

The Latest: Obama, Hollande visit site of Paris rock concert massacre ahead of climate talks

'12 Days of Christmas' items top $34K, up 0.6 percent

Lords a-leaping: '12 Days of Christmas' items cost $34K, a 0.6 percent increase over last year

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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Trump drops event with black pastors after some object

Trump campaign cancels event to showcase endorsements from blacks pastors after some object

Chicago Police To Buy $2.2M Worth Of Body Cameras

Six more Chicago police districts will use body cameras by summer 2016, according to a statement from the city.

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