Honest and Abe, turkeys Obama pardoned in 2015, are living their best lives in Virginia
Where do turkeys go once they're pardoned by a president? These two lucky turkeys are living out their remaining days on an idyllic 1,000 acre estate.
Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip celebrate 70th anniversary
The then-Princess Elizabeth married naval Lt. Philip Mountbatten on Nov. 20, 1947
Marshawn Lynch sits for U.S. national anthem, rises for Mexico's
Lynch has not stood for the U.S. national anthem so far this season.
LaToya Cantrell elected first female mayor of New Orleans
LaToya Cantrell was elected the next mayor of New Orleans in a landslide victory with 60 percent of the vote.
Girl Scouts: There's no need to let girls into Boy Scouts
The Boy Scouts of America never welcomed girls into its core programs before. Many Girl Scouts don’t see why they should start now.
Leaf from French emperor Napoleon's crown expected to bring 300 times its value in gold
The leaf was originally part of the crown Bonaparte placed on his head for the crowning at Notre Dame cathedral.
'Transparent' star Trace Lysette claims Jeffrey Tambor harassed her: 'It got physical'
Lysette, who plays a yoga instructor on the Amazon show 'Transparent,' is the second to allege sexual misconduct by Jeffrey Tambor.
Trump administration reverses ban on import of elephant trophies
The Trump administration is reversing an Obama-era ban on hunters bringing trophies of elephants killed in Zambia and Zimbabwe during government-approved big-game expeditions.
Tesla Semi, an electric big rig truck, rolls into reality
Elon Musk unveiled a sleep electric truck that he said will revolutionize the industry based on cost-per-mile efficiency and comfort.
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