Thousands March On National Mall To Demand Puerto Rico Disaster Relief
Thousands gathered Sunday on the National Mall in Washington to demand the federal government increase its commitment to disaster relief on hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico. Participants met in front of the U.S. Capitol in the morning before marching to the Lincoln Memorial, where speakers delivered remarks amid a sea of Puerto Rican flags. Lin-Manuel Miranda, whose parents were both born in Puerto Rico, called on federal agencies to increase their aid and security to the more than 3.4 million Puerto Rico residents affected.
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Nine-year-old boy with cancer dies after last wish was Christmas cards
A nine-year-old boy with cancer died after his wish for an early Christmas celebration was fulfilled. Jacob Thompson's family announced that the young boy died at the Maine Medical Center in Portland on Sunday. Last month, Jacob said his last wish was to receive Christmas cards to celebrate his last holiday, and his story quickly went viral.
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Roy Moore And The Dangerous Rise Of Christian Nationalism
Many have believed the accusations against Roy Moore of sexual assault and harassment against teen girls to be massively hypocritical since for year?s he?s presented himself as a hardcore evangelical man of faith, and he has a loyal white Christian evangelical following.
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Mugabe agrees to stand down as Zimbabwe president: source
Robert Mugabe agreed on Sunday to resign as Zimbabwe's president hours after the ruling ZANU-PF party fired him as its leader following 37 years in charge, a source familiar with the negotiations said.
'Trump Bros' Get The Goods From McKinnon's Assange On 'SNL'
It?s double Trump trouble in a London underground parking garage when the president?s sons meet up with Kate McKinnon?s Julian Assange for an episode of ?The Mueller Files? on the cold open of ?Saturday Night Live.?
U.S. general sets two-year goal for driving back Afghan Taliban
By Phil Stewart and Idrees Ali WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top U.S. general in Afghanistan said on Monday he believes he could help Afghan forces drive back the Taliban enough to control at least 80 percent of the country within two years, compared with about two-thirds today. General John Nicholson, citing counter-insurgency doctrine, said gaining 80 percent control of the country would represent a turning point in the 16-year-old conflict, which has become the longest U.S war. "This we believe is the critical mass necessary to drive the enemy to irrelevance, meaning they're living in these remote outlying areas, or they reconcile, or they die," Nicholson told a Pentagon news briefing via video conference from Afghanistan.
Georgia nurses laugh as 89-year-old WWII veteran dies gasping for air in video