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Military: Wisconsin fighter pilot died in Michigan crash

STEUBEN, Mich. — A Wisconsin-based fighter pilot died after a plane crashed in a national forest in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula during a training mission, military officials said Thursday.
Israel, Morocco to normalize ties; US shifts W Sahara policy

Israel, Morocco to normalize ties; US shifts W Sahara policy

WASHINGTON — Israel and Morocco have agreed to normalize relations as President Donald Trump, in his final weeks in office, announced the fourth Arab-Israeli agreement in four months on Thursday.
Airbnb shares more than double in price in long-awaited IPO

Airbnb shares more than double in price in long-awaited IPO

Airbnb proved its resilience in a year that has upended global travel. Now it needs to prove to investors that it sees more growth ahead. The San Francisco-based home sharing company made a triumphant debut on the public market Thursday.
CBS White House reporter Weijia Jiang is writing a memoir

CBS White House reporter Weijia Jiang is writing a memoir

NEW YORK — CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang is working on a memoir about her experiences as a Chinese American.
The Who concert memorial fundraiser plays on, virtually

The Who concert memorial fundraiser plays on, virtually

CINCINNATI — For years, alumni of a Cincinnati-area high school have gathered to raise scholarship money in memory of three classmates killed in a crush of people at a 1979 concert by The Who.
Q&A: Christopher Nolan on ‘Tenet’ home release

Q&A: Christopher Nolan on ‘Tenet’ home release

Christopher Nolan movies almost demand another look and “ Tenet ” is no exception.
Lebanese judge charges caretaker PM in August port explosion

Lebanese judge charges caretaker PM in August port explosion

BEIRUT — The Lebanese prosecutor probing last summer’s port explosion in Beirut filed charges on Thursday against the caretaker prime minister and three former ministers, accusing them of negligence that led to the death of hundreds of people, Lebano
Pop Culture in (ugh) 2020, from the bizarre to the sublime

Pop Culture in (ugh) 2020, from the bizarre to the sublime

And now, for our annual look at the year in pop culture…. Oh, wait. This was 2020. The year everything stopped cold. Well, not really.
November consumer prices up 0.2% as energy costs rise

November consumer prices up 0.2% as energy costs rise

WASHINGTON — U.S. consumer prices edged up 0.2% in November as a rise in the cost of energy and a number of other goods offset a drop in food costs. The gain in the consumer price index followed a flat reading in October and matched the 0.
Canada says 2 citizens held in China have not been tried

Canada says 2 citizens held in China have not been tried

BEIJING — Canada said Thursday that it has confirmed with China that two Canadians held for two years in China in a case linked to a Huawei executive have not been put on trial, contrary to remarks by a Foreign Ministry spokesperson.