Missing OSU Athlete's Mom Said He Told Her of Concussions
An Ohio State football player hasn't been seen since going out for a walk late Wednesday night after texting that he was confused due to concussions.

The Craziest Moments From Black Friday Shopping
Some shoppers will do anything for a good deal.

Ferguson protest spreads to London
Shouts of "Hands up, don't shoot!" and "No justice, no peace. Stop the racist police," fill the chilly November air as the crowd jostles for position in a fenced-off pen on the sidewalk.

Ferguson crisis troubles Obama's careful race stance

Protestors shout slogans near police headquarters in Los Angeles on November 26, 2014Barack Obama's election as the United States' first black leader raised hopes that his presidency would serve as a platform for work to bridge the country's still dangerous racial divides. "We need to recognize that this is not just an issue for Ferguson, this is an issue for America," Obama said, as he cautiously addressed a crisis that has triggered coast-to-coast protest marches. He condemned the looting and arson that erupted after Monday's decision, but said he understood those who believe law enforcement treats black suspects like 18-year-old Michael Brown harshly. Distrust of Obama among white voters could have cost him the presidency had it not been for the surge in support among America's black and brown minorities that carried him to office.


Turner's Rome masterpiece to go under the hammer
LONDON (Reuters) - A major oil painting by J.M.W. Turner goes on sale in London next week amid renewed interest in one of Britain's greatest artists, sparked by an acclaimed film biopic.














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