More than two dozen residents of the retirement community burned to death in cars, in homes, and on foot; more than 200 people still unaccounted for.
Kyrsten Sinema, who defeated fellow congresswoman Martha McSally, will replace Republican Sen. Jeff Flake.
If you're feeling shortchanged because the sun now sets at about 5 p.m., consider this: The sun set for the last time this year on people in Barrow, Alaska, the nation's northernmost city, on Sunday night, Nov. 11. The darkness there will last nine weeks until the sun rises again Jan. 23. By comparison, even on the year's shortest day - the winter solstice on Dec. 21 -- people in Washington, D.C., will get nearly 9 hours 30 minutes of daylight; in Miami, 10 hours 31 minutes. In Portland, Oregon, it's 8 hours 42 minutes and in Billings, Montana, 8 hours 40 minutes.
ATLANTA - The lights were flashing, Macklemore was blaring, and Rachel Hollis - this year's surprise best-selling author - was telling everyone to get on their feet. "Do a Wonder Woman pose!" she barked at the crowd, a group of a thousand retailers who'd gathered to get pumped to sell. "I know there are men here, but get woke! Women have been trying to be Superman for 200 years. It's time. Let's go!" In a small victory for women everywhere, the men did as they were told.
Stan Lee, a writer and editor often credited with helping American comics grow up by redefining the notion of a superhero, including the self-doubting Spider-Man, the bickering Fantastic Four, the swaggering Iron Man and the raging Incredible Hulk, died Nov. 12 at a hospital in Los Angeles. He was 95. The Associated Press reported the death, citing an attorney for Lee's daughter. The cause was not immediately available.
The National Hockey League reached a settlement worth nearly $19 million with former players who had sued the league over brain injuries suffered while playing and alleged the league's medical staffs kept them in the dark over the potential harm they faced. The settlement marks the potential end of years of litigation between more than 100 former players and the NHL. The league will pay no more than $18.9 million, the majority of which will go to medical care and monitoring, according to documents the league released.
Americans seeking to stay healthy can get their exercise in small increments of just a few minutes at a time, according to new guidelines issued by the government Monday that again encourage a largely sedentary nation to start moving. The guidance from a committee appointed by the Department of Health and Human Services does away with the official government position that physical activity should occur in sessions of at least 10 minutes. The earlier position was contained in the government's first physical activity guidelines, issued in 2008.
WASHINGTON - Kellyanne Conway doesn't think the controversial video shared by the White House of CNN reporter Jim Acosta refusing to let go of the microphone during President Donald Trump's news conference last week was altered. The widely criticized clip was merely "sped up," she said Sunday.
In the devastating aftermath of the deadliest wildfire to hit California in 85 years, authorities are struggling with a grim task: Searching for more than 200 missing people, some of whom are suspected to have been killed in a blaze that burned so hot it melted metal.
"Anna" will not stop calling. She really, really wants to sell you health insurance. What a lot of consumers really, really want is to smack Anna upside her robo-calling head. With health insurance open-enrollment season underway, automated phone calls offering Affordable Care Act or other health plans are spiking - and driving many consumers to the brink. California residents may have it worst, because its open-enrollment period is twice as long as in other parts of the country.