This Is What's on the White House Thanksgiving Menu
President Obama will have his choice of six different pies.
Mali and rebels fail to reach deal in third round of talks
BAMAKO (Reuters) - A third round of talks between the Malian government and mostly Tuareg rebel groups, held in Algiers, broke up on Thursday without an agreement, officials for both sides said, although mediators remained optimistic about a future deal.
Former gang members thankful for a fresh start
For young gang members who have spent much of their lives in jail, prospects for their futures can be bleak. Bigad Shaban reports on Homeboy Industries, a California non-profit group that rehabilitates former gang members by providing job training and other services, helping more than 15,000 people each year.
Northern Irish police make arrest over Jean McConville murder
BELFAST (Reuters) - Police in Northern Ireland have arrested a leading Irish nationalist for questioning over the 1972 abduction and murder of Jean McConville, the same crime nationalist leader Gerry Adams was detained over earlier this year.
Net migration to UK surges in blow to Cameron before election
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron suffered a blow to his re-election campaign on Thursday after his pledge to cut migration to the tens of thousands was undermined by new data showing a net 260,000 people moved to Britain in the year to June.
Bowler in 'heartbreaking' place
Tributes flood in for Phil Hughes - the cricket star who died after being hit with a ball -- but there is also acute concern for the man who bowled the tragic ball.