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President Joe Biden, center, standing next to Nantucket Fire Department Chief Michael Cranson, left, talks during a visit with firefighters on Thanksgiving Day at the Nantucket Fire Department in Nantucket, Mass., Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022.

Biden brings Thanksgiving pies to Nantucket first responders

President Joe Biden, center, standing next to Nantucket Fire Department Chief Michael Cranson, left, talks during a visit with firefighters on Thanksgiving Day at the Nantucket Fire Department in Nantucket, Mass., Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022.

November 24, 2022, 12:49pm Latest News

President Joe Biden on Thursday delivered at least half a dozen pumpkin pies to Massachusetts firefighters during a Thanksgiving Day show of appreciation and his toddler grandson walked away with a red fire hat topping his blond curls. Read story

A parade performer in a Christmas Tree costume walks down Sixth Avenue during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022, in New York.

High-flying balloon characters star in Thanksgiving parade

A parade performer in a Christmas Tree costume walks down Sixth Avenue during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022, in New York.

November 24, 2022, 12:49pm Latest News

Throngs of spectators lined the streets of New York on Thursday as colorful, high-flying balloons helped usher in the holiday season during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Read story

Former Clark County Administrator Robert Telles talks to his attorney Ryan Helmick in court before a hearing Nov. 10, 2022. (K.M.

A reporter’s killing revealed a decade of Robert Telles’ toxic behavior

Former Clark County Administrator Robert Telles talks to his attorney Ryan Helmick in court before a hearing Nov. 10, 2022. (K.M.

November 24, 2022, 12:30pm Latest News

For more than a decade, Robert Telles yearned to climb the social and political ladders in Las Vegas. Read story

Gallons of water for human consumption are transported on passenger boats to serve communities located on the islands of the Bailique Archipelago in the district of Macapa, state of Amapa, northern Brazil, Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022. The Amazon River discharges one-fifth of all the world's freshwater that runs off land surface. Despite that force, the seawater pushed back the river that bathes the archipelago for most of the second half of 2021, leaving thousands scrambling for drinking water.

Climate Migration: Açai growers flee salty Amazon water

Gallons of water for human consumption are transported on passenger boats to serve communities located on the islands of the Bailique Archipelago in the district of Macapa, state of Amapa, northern Brazil, Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022. The Amazon River discharges one-fifth of all the world's freshwater that runs off land surface. Despite that force, the seawater pushed back the river that bathes the archipelago for most of the second half of 2021, leaving thousands scrambling for drinking water.

November 24, 2022, 12:21pm Nation & World

Where the mother of all rivers meets the Atlantic Ocean in coastal Brazil, it’s not a single channel, instead it braids around 230 kilometers (142 miles) of islands including the Bailique Archipelago. Read story

Former DA was indicted after Ahmaud Arbery shooting. More than a year later, case remains paused

November 24, 2022, 8:22am Nation & World

It has been more than 14 months since former Glynn County District Attorney Jackie Johnson was indicted, accused of hindering the police investigation in the aftermath of Ahmaud Arbery’s murder. Read story

Grubhub promises more transparency

November 24, 2022, 6:01am Business

Grubhub will be more transparent about its pricing after the Pennsylvania attorney general’s office found that the popular food delivery app charged customers more for some meals than they would have paid at the restaurants. Read story

FILE - In this Sunday, June 3, 2018 file photo, revelers at the annual gay pride parade hold up a giant rainbow flag in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Rainbow flags will be allowed in stadiums at the 2022 World Cup as Qatar, with a strictly conservative religious code and anti-LGBTQ laws, accepts complying with FIFA regulations promoting tolerance and inclusion at matches.

Rainbow flags are getting more pushback at World Cup, despite FIFA promises

FILE - In this Sunday, June 3, 2018 file photo, revelers at the annual gay pride parade hold up a giant rainbow flag in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Rainbow flags will be allowed in stadiums at the 2022 World Cup as Qatar, with a strictly conservative religious code and anti-LGBTQ laws, accepts complying with FIFA regulations promoting tolerance and inclusion at matches.

November 24, 2022, 6:00am Nation & World

Attempts to ban the universal symbol for LGBTQ rights at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have drawn in the highest levels of the US government, as fans continue to turn up at matches with rainbow flags in support of the community. Read story

Bison, also known as buffalo, walk in a herd Oct. 13 inside a corral at Badlands National Park near Wall, S.D. The wild animals were corralled for transfer to Native American tribes, part of an effort by Indigenous groups working with federal officials to expand the number of bison on reservations.

Bison make comeback thanks to tribes

Bison, also known as buffalo, walk in a herd Oct. 13 inside a corral at Badlands National Park near Wall, S.D. The wild animals were corralled for transfer to Native American tribes, part of an effort by Indigenous groups working with federal officials to expand the number of bison on reservations.

November 24, 2022, 6:00am Nation & World

Today, 82 tribes across the U.S. have more than 20,000 bison in 65 herds — and that’s been growing along with the desire among Native Americans to reclaim stewardship of an animal their ancestors depended upon for millennia. Read story

Mira Ugwuadu, 17, poses for a portrait on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, in Marietta, Ga. School districts across the country have struggled to staff up to address students' mental health needs. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson) (David J.

Mental health services lacking in schools

Mira Ugwuadu, 17, poses for a portrait on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, in Marietta, Ga. School districts across the country have struggled to staff up to address students' mental health needs. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson) (David J.

November 24, 2022, 6:00am Nation & World

Despite an influx of COVID-19 relief money, school districts across the country have struggled to staff up to address students’ mental health needs that have only grown since the pandemic hit. Read story

This illustration provided by Tel Aviv University depicts hominins preparing Luciobarbus longiceps fish on the shores of the ancient lake Lake Hula. A recent study found the oldest evidence of using fire to cook, dating back to 780,000 years ago.

How cooking, feasts made us human

This illustration provided by Tel Aviv University depicts hominins preparing Luciobarbus longiceps fish on the shores of the ancient lake Lake Hula. A recent study found the oldest evidence of using fire to cook, dating back to 780,000 years ago.

November 24, 2022, 6:00am Nation & World

If you’re cooking a meal for Thanksgiving or just showing up to feast, you’re part of a long human history — one that’s older than our own species. Read story