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Robert Mugabe resigns as Zimbabwe's president

Cheering crowds take to the streets of Harare as news spreads that Robert Mugabe has stepped down after 37 years. Full story

Join the Battle for Net Neutrality

Join the Battle for Net Neutrality - - - Share on facebook WHO'S DRIVING THE MOST CALLS. WHAT IS NET NEUTRALITY? WHY DOES IT MATTER? Net neutrality is the principle that Internet providers like Comcast & Verizon should not control what we see and do online. In 2015, startups, Internet freedom groups, and 3.7 million commenters won strong net neutrality rules from the US Federal Communication Commission (FCC). The rules prohibit Internet ... Full story

The FCC’s craven net neutrality vote announcement makes no mention of the 22 million comments filed | TechCrunch

For someone who claims to be working for the American people, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai sure doesn’t seem to care what they have to say. In his announcement today that the Commission would vote whether to roll back net neutrality rules on December 15, he made no mention of the inconvenient and embarrassing fact that his proposal had attracted historic attention, garnering over 22 million comments — the majority of which opposed it. The statement ... Full story

Most Everything You Learned About Thanksgiving Is Wrong

Beyond that, claiming it was the “first Thanksgiving” isn’t quite right either as both Native American and European societies had been holding festivals to celebrate successful harvests for centuries, Mr. Loewen said. A prevalent opposing viewpoint is that the first Thanksgiving stemmed from the massacre of Pequot people in 1637, a culmination of the Pequot War. While it is true that a day of thanksgiving was noted in the Massachusetts Bay and ... Full story

President Trump pardons a turkey: Follow live

President Trump is pardoning one of two turkeys today, either Drumstick or Wishbone, today. It's a Thanksgiving tradition at the White House. Full story

The Likely Lads actor Rodney Bewes dies

Rodney Bewes has died aged 79, his agent has confirmed. The actor had a career spanning 60 years and is best known for playing Bob Ferris in sitcom The Likely Lads. His agent issued a statement saying: "It is with great sadness that we confirm that our dear client, the much loved actor Rodney Bewes, passed away this morning.". The statement paid tribute to the actor, calling him a "true one off" and a "brilliant story teller". "He had a funny ... Full story

Beloved civil rights figure Sister Mary Antona Ebo passes at 93

(St. Louis Public Radio) -Sister Mary Antona Ebo, one of Martin Luther King Jr.’s most reluctant but eventually most powerful converts to the civil rights movement, died Saturday. She was 93. When King called on the nation’s religious leaders to join the 1965 Selma to Montgomery voting rights march, Sister Ebo was a Franciscan Sisters of Mary nun in St. Louis. She was aware that hundreds of earlier marchers had been beaten bloody by Alabama ... Full story

‘Coco’ Brings the Pixar Touch to Death - The New York Times

One of the pleasures of a new Pixar feature is the chance to be amazed by what animation can do. Sometimes you witness a big, bold breakthrough, like the computer-assisted rendering of fur in “Monsters, Inc.,” of water in “Finding Nemo,” or of metal in “Cars.” The innovations in “Coco” are no less satisfying for being of a more subtle kind. The grain of leather and the rusted folds of corrugated metal have a rough, almost tactile quality. Human ... Full story

Barbra Streisand Visits Ellen for the First Time!

For the first time ever, music icon Barbra Streisand sat down with Ellen, and told her all about her new Netflix special, "Barbra: The Music ... the Mem'ries ... the Magic!" Full story

The Trump tax plan is much worse than you thought. A new analysis confirms it.

The House speaker fails to account for what happens after 2018 in his estimate for Cindy, an example voter. (Meg Kelly/The Washington Post). THE MORNING PLUM:. The fate of the Senate GOP tax plan now rests in the hands of a few undecided Republican senators, and next week, they will make up their minds. But a new nonpartisan analysis of the plan will make it much, much harder for them to embrace it — or at least it should, if their stated ... Full story

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