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 •  After an explosion, gunmen waiting outside opened fire at fleeing worshipers, according to reports
At least 85 people were killed in an attack on a mosque in Egypt's North Sinai region on Friday, Egyptian state-owned news agency MENA reported.
 
 •  50 killed in early-morning attack on Nigerian mosque
At least 50 people were killed on Tuesday in a suicide bomb attack at a mosque in northern Nigeria on the border with Cameroon, police told CNN.
 
 •  16 Egyptian police officers killed in October shootout with militants
At least 16 Egyptian police officers were killed and 13 injured in a shootout with militants in Egypt's Western Desert, Egypt's Interior Ministry said Saturday.
 
 •  Is this the last Black Friday?
 
 •  Why stores are desperate
 
 •  Oscar Pistorius' prison sentence increased
 
 •  A bittersweet holiday season in Puerto Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico (CNN) -- On the southeastern coast of this island, where Hurricane Maria made landfall two months ago, the waves of the Caribbean lash the crumbling foundation of Jose Morales' battered seaside home.
 
 •  Zimbabwe's new leader sworn in
Zimbabwe will have a new leader for the first time in almost four decades when Emmerson Mnangagwa is sworn in as interim President on Friday, replacing long-serving ruler Robert Mugabe, who resigned under pressure this week.
 
 •  Sheriff: Suspect runs down deputy
A 22-year veteran of the Oakland County, Michigan, Sheriff's Office was killed early Thursday just outside Detroit. A man fleeing police "deliberately ran down" Deputy Eric Overall, 50, who had just put down "stop sticks" to try to slow the suspect's vehicle.
 
 •  What defector's parasitic worms reveal about N. Korea's conditions
 
 •  American freed from North Korean prison found burned to death
Police in San Diego are investigating the mysterious death of a man who made international headlines eight years ago when former US President Jimmy Carter helped negotiate his release from North Korea.
 
 •  Flynn no longer sharing info with Trump lawyers
Michael Flynn's lawyers recently informed President Donald Trump's legal team that they are not able to discuss the investigation by the special counsel anymore, four people involved with the case told The New York Times.
 
 •  Franken apologizes for making 'some women feel badly'
Sen. Al Franken released a statement Thursday addressing recent allegations of sexual harassment.
 
 •  Judge strikes down Texas abortion ban
A federal judge has struck down Texas' ban on a common second-trimester abortion procedure.
 
 •  Conway accused of ethics violation
A former director of the US Office of Government Ethics says he filed an official complaint against White House counselor Kellyanne Conway for what he argues was a violation of the Hatch Act after she attacked GOP Alabama Senate hopeful Roy Moore's opponent on television Tuesday.
 
 •  Names purged from FBI background check system for gun buying
Tens of thousands of names were removed from the national criminal background check database this year after the FBI narrowed its interpretation of who is a "fugitive from justice," according to an administration official.
 
 •  Is congressman victim of 'revenge porn'?
After a sexually explicit photo of Texas Republican Rep. Joe Barton surfaced this week on an anonymous Twitter account, the congressman -- one of the most senior members of the House of Representatives -- is raising the possibility that he's the victim of "revenge porn," a criminal act in Texas.
 
 •  President's former co-author tells how Trump views black people
When reacting to President Trump's tweets on NBA father LaVar Ball,Tony Schwartz, co-author of The Art of the Deal, said President Trump is "frightened" by black people.
 
 •  5 things you need to know today
Black Friday? Check. Holiday weekend? Check. Unofficial food hangover day? Naturally. Meanwhile, here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.)
 
 •  LaVar Ball-Trump feud generates $13.2M in free advertising
 
 •  This may be an antibiotic powerhouse
Manuka honey is often touted as a "superfood" that treats many ailments, including allergies, colds and flus, gingivitis, sore throats, staph infections, and numerous types of wounds.
 
 •  Rare look inside the Pope's farm
CNN's Delia Gallagher gained rare access to the farm of Pope Francis, where we see how fresh food is prepared for the pontiff each day.
 
 •  Opinion: NFL legend QB struggling as executive
 
 •  Gymnast: College official laughed at my sex abuse allegations
Former gymnast Rachael Denhollander, the first woman to publicly accuse Larry Nassar of sexual assault, says a Michigan State University official mocked her report of sexual abuse. The university has said that "any suggestion that the university covered up this conduct is simply false."
 
 •  Freshman ineligible to play after scandal
 
 •  Cop holding baby shoots robbers
An off-duty police officer in Brazil shot two robbers at a pharmacy while holding his son in one arm.
 
 •  Couple raises thousands for homeless veteran to thank him
When Kate McClure first met Johnny Bobbit Jr., he was homeless. He spent this Thanksgiving resting in a hotel, his feet up on the bed, drawing up a grand plan for his new life -- thanks to several thousand dollars she raised to repay him for a good deed.
 
 •  Why this woman's name is all over social media
This week, the case of a woman named Cyntoia Brown went viral on social media, even though she has already been in jail for more than ten years.
 
 •  How your deep fryer might help cool Earth
Everyone knows how dangerous turkey deep fryers can be, but it turns out the same appliance that can give you third-degree burns might actually help cool the weather.
 
 •  Talking about race at Thanksgiving
It's Thanksgiving, which means family recipes, games, laughter and, inevitably, conversations we've been trying to avoid all year long.
 
 •  This virtual politician wants to run for office
There's no handshaking for this politician.
 
 •  Say goodnight to starry nights
Artificial lighting at night is contributing to an alarming increase in light pollution, both in amount and in brightness, affecting places all over the world, a new study has found.
 
 •  The first interstellar visitor to our solar system
On October 19, the Pan-STARRS 1 telescope in Hawaii spotted something strange zooming through our solar system. It turned out to be a visitor from beyond our solar system, and it's unlike anything astronomers have seen before.
 
 •  About that flowing water on Mars ...
Since the discovery of dark streaks on the slopes of Mars in 2011, astronomers have been excited about potential evidence of water beneath the surface of the red planet.
 
 •  Newly discovered nearby planet could support life
You may want to get used to the name Ross 128 b. The newly discovered exoplanet is the second-closest found to our solar system, only 11 light-years away. And it could support life.
 
 •  The week in 32 photos
Take a look at 32 photos of the week from November 17 through November 23.
 
 •  What it means to be a mixed-race model in Japan
For 18-year-old model Rina Fukushi, Tokyo is home. But growing up as a mixed-race child in Japan wasn't always easy. With a Japanese-American father and a Filipina mother, Fukushi was one of a growing number of biracial individuals identifying as "hafu" -- a phonetic play on the English word "half."
 
 •  Pilots train every day for 12-minute flight to battle in North Korea
US fighter jet pilots train every day over South Korea for a potential conflict with the North. CNN's Alexandra Field took a ride in an F-16 to see how they prepare to battle in the air.
 
 •  Was flying more fun before in-flight movies?
If the future of in-flight entertainment is virtual reality headsets, and the present is movies, music and Wi-Fi, the past was a more wholesome affair involving cards, conversation and cocktails.
 
 •  Millennials are shaking up these 7 industries
 
 •  Most wanted toys for this holiday season
 
 •  Hatchimals next-generation toy is double trouble
 
 •  Donald Trump's DC is a chilly place
 
 •  Will Zimbabwe's new President bring change?
 
 •  China's media enables tyranny and corruption
 
 •  What Trump can learn about giving thanks
As millions gather around American tables this week with family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving, it's worth thinking about gratitude and what it really means to feel grateful for everything we've been given.
 
 •  This Thanksgiving, remember our troops
 
 •  How Sarah Sanders humiliated the press
At Monday's daily press briefing, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders encouraged reporters to first state things they were thankful for before asking their questions. Most of them obliged. They shouldn't have.
 
 •  Amazon TV deals you can't miss
 
 •  Mortgage rates just plummeted. Lock in now!
 
 •  3 cards charging 0% interest until 2019
 
 •  GOP pollster's advice to GOP in 2018: 'Be aggressive'
 
 •  Trump visits Coast Guard for Thanksgiving
President Trump and first lady Melania Trump visit a US Coast Guard station in Riviera Beach, Florida.
 
 •  Why getting rid of Conyers won't be easy
 
 •  Sessions directs feds to find ways to beef up background check system
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday ordered a comprehensive review of the national database that houses background checks.
 
 •  3 to 4 cups of coffee per day can be good for you, study finds
It's one of the age-old medical flip-flops: First coffee's good for you, then it's not, then it is -- you get the picture.
 
 •  How to burn those Thanksgiving calories
When you sit down to a traditional Thanksgiving meal, the cards will be stacked against your diet. Those favorite dishes are just so high in calories -- hello, stuffing and sweet potato casserole! -- and there are just so many of them, it can seem impossible not to splurge.
 
 •  'Avatar therapy' helps those who hear voices
The voices in Keris Myrick's head are "in the kitchen," she says.
 
 •  Pixar's lively 'Coco'
Pixar gets back to its roots with "Coco," which wraps two universal themes -- pursuing one's dreams, and how we remember loved ones -- in a colorful, culturally specific package. As the animation powerhouse has increasingly turned to the comfort of sequels, this look at the afterlife represents a lively original concept, one that powers through its flat patches with a whole lot of heart.
 
 •  Chrissy Teigen & John Legend are expecting
Another Legend is set to be born.
 
 •  Remembering David Cassidy
David Cassidy, the wildly popular '70s heartthrob who shot to fame when he starred and sang in TV's "The Partridge Family," has died at the age of 67.
 
 •  Rashida Jones explains 'Toy Story 4' departure
Rashida Jones is denying a report by The Hollywood Reporter that she left "Toy Story 4," along with writing partner Will McCormack, because of an unwanted advance by Disney animation chief and Pixar co-founder John Lasseter.
 
 •  Spike Lee gives 'She's Gotta Have It' new spin
Just over 30 years later, Spike Lee revisits his breakthrough film, "She's Gotta Have It," by expanding it into a 10-episode Netflix series. Temporarily setting aside the "Why" of that, what emerges is a reasonably entertaining, tangent-prone update distinguished by its star, DeWanda Wise, as the romantically omnivorous Nola Darling.
 
 •  Aboard a 1938 flight from London to Australia
Flying to the other side of the world used to be such a romantic adventure, but the 10-day upper-class epics of yesteryear will soon be reduced to a 15-hour nonstop dash.
 
 •  How to turn a cruise ship into an Arctic liner
What does it take to reach the farthest corners of the globe?
 
 •  Anthony Bourdain's best drinking buddies
 
 •  A look at one of the Maldives' priciest resorts
 
 •  The best boutique hotels of 2017
Wood-fired hot tubs. Private plunge pools. Cape Dutch architecture, South Africa's top restaurants on the doorstep, and a cell phone pre-programed with numbers for all the local wineries.
 
 •  Amazon's Black Friday sale is on — here's what to shop
 
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