Tiffany Trump attended the White House turkey pardoning, but some are taking issue with the outfit she wore at the event.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is no stranger to controversial and jaw-dropping moments. But Monday's White House press briefing may have been her weirdest one yet, as she demanded that, in honor of Thanksgiving, reporters share what made them feel thankful before asking her any questions. Whether this was intended to be cute or a power play is up for debate. One journalist didn't seem too amused at all: CNN contributor and American Urban Radio Networks journalist April Ryan. "I'm thankful for life. I'm thankful for my children. I'm thankful for 20 years in this job," she started. Then it got ascerbic. "I'm thankful to be able to talk to you and question you every single day,"
A retired Alabama police officer said she and her colleagues were told decades ago to “make sure” Roy Moore “didn’t hang around” high school cheerleaders, and confirmed previous reports that the Republican Senate candidate was banned at the time from a local mall for predatory behavior toward teenage girls.
Nov. 22 (UPI) -- North Korean defectors who have begun to provide testimonies to the South Korean government say it was not uncommon for orphaned children to subsist on corn extracted from cow dung, or lice, during the years of the Great Famine. Defector Lee Wi-ryeok told Daily NK on Wednesday he survived his childhood in a North Korean orphanage during the late '90s, but the memory of his experience haunts him to this day. Lee did not identify the orphanage where he lived until he was a teenager, but said diseases like tuberculosis were deadly because there was no cure. "After I came to South Korea, I was amazed to learn tuberculosis is a disease that can be treated," Lee said. Food was scarce
The U.N. released video of a North Korean soldier speeding down a tree-lined road as soldiers give chase before crossing the border safely into South Korea.