New York Times

South Korea Parliament Votes to Impeach President Park Geun-hye
New York Times
Demonstrators called for the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye of South Korea in front of the National Assembly in Seoul on Friday. The vote to impeach came after weeks of damaging disclosures in a corruption scandal that produced the largest ...
South Korea on the Verge of Impeaching Its President: TimelineBloomberg
South Korean legislature votes to impeach President Park Geun-hyeLos Angeles Times
South Korean lawmakers begin presidential impeachment voteCharlotte Observer
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Washington Post

Trump era confronts organized labor with gravest crisis in decades
Washington Post
President-elect Donald Trump's Twitter attack this week on a union official, followed by his choice of a labor secretary who has criticized new worker protections, has rattled leaders of the American labor movement, who fear unions may be facing their ...
For the Record: Most Americans unhappy with Trump transitionUSA TODAY
Trump to Nominate Fast-Food CEO Andrew Puzder as Labor SecretaryBloomberg
Breitbart rips Trump's labor pickPolitico
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Washington Post

Hillary Clinton attacks 'fake news' in post-election appearance on Capitol Hill
Washington Post
Hillary Clinton challenged Congress on Thursday to combat fake and misleading news on social media, using a post-election appearance to tackle an issue that gripped her presidential campaign and culminated with a shooting incident Sunday in Northwest ...
Harry Reid calls for limits to his own methods as divisive tenure draws to closeWashington Times
Clinton reappears on Capitol Hill for Reid send-offThe Hill
Hillary Clinton warns of 'fake news epidemic'BBC News
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Washington Post

John Glenn and the courage of the Mercury Seven
Washington Post
“Some fine early morning before another summer has come, one man chosen from the calmly intent seven . . . will embark on the greatest adventure man has ever dared to take. Dressed in an all-covering suit to protect him from explosive changes in ...
John Glenn: The Last American Hero?New York Times
Our original film review of 'The Right Stuff' holds clues for John Glenn's path to senatorLos Angeles Times
John Glenn, American space-race hero, dead at age 95DesMoinesRegister.com
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Washington Post

The reality show president: Trump to retain producing credit on 'Celebrity Apprentice'
Washington Post
Donald Trump will continue to hold the title of executive producer for the television show “The Celebrity Apprentice” after taking office, foreshadowing an unorthodox presidency in which the commander in chief has a hand in the world of reality TV ...
As 'The Apprentice' Returns to TV, Trump Stands to ProfitNew York Times
Donald Trump keeps financial ties to NBC reality show 'Celebrity Apprentice'Los Angeles Times
Trump to remain executive producer of NBC's 'Celebrity Apprentice'Fox News
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Forbes

'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Trailer Hits The Web - Can Spidey Rule Summer Again?
Forbes
After a beloved debut in Captain America: Civil War this summer, Tom Holland returns to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as everyone's favorite wall-crawler next Summer in the official franchise reboot Spider-Man: Homecoming. Yesterday saw the release of ...
5 things we learned from the first 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' trailerUSA TODAY
'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Trailer Swings Peter Parker Into ActionHollywood Reporter
Tom Holland (and 100 Other Spider-Men) Preview New 'Spider-Man Homecoming' TrailerEntertainment Tonight
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New York Times

Politics|Donald Trump Calls Ohio State Attack a 'Tragic Reminder' on Immigration
New York Times
President-elect Donald J. Trump spoke in Des Moines on Thursday, at his third “thank you” rally. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. DES MOINES — President-elect Donald J. Trump said Thursday that the stabbing attack by a refugee last week at Ohio ...
Trump showcases Cabinet picks on 'thank you tour'The Hill
Trump has one problem with his Time 'Person of the Year' coverBusiness Insider
Trump On Cabinet Picks: 'I Want People Who Made A Fortune'Huffington Post
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New York Times

Politics|Clean Energy 'Moving Forward' Despite Trump's EPA Pick, Experts Say
New York Times
Emissions rising from a coal burning power plant in Chesterton, Ind., last October. Credit Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg. WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump's choice of a fossil-fuel advocate and climate-change denier to head the Environmental ...
Obama's mighty EPA falls into Pruitt's handsPolitico
Donald Trump's Cabinet Selections Signal Deregulation Moves Are ComingWall Street Journal
Pruitt, Trump's EPA pick, has both sides of climate divide girding for a major fightWashington Post
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ESPN

Chiefs LB Johnson suffers ruptured left Achilles
ESPN
During the second quarter of the Chiefs' matchup against the Raiders on Thursday night, LB Derrick Johnson goes to the ground in pain. He would have to be helped off the field because of a ruptured Achilles tendon in his left ankle and did not return ...
Chiefs' unflinching defense stumps Raiders for control of AFC WestUSA TODAY
Chiefs make statement in Thursday Night Football win over RaidersSports Illustrated
Chiefs hold off Raiders 21-13 to take control of AFC West (Dec 9, 2016)FOXSports.com
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Bloomberg

Majority of Americans Say Trump Can Keep Businesses, Poll Shows
Bloomberg
Two-thirds of U.S. adults think Donald Trump needs to choose between being president or a businessman, but slightly more -- 69 percent -- believe it goes too far to force him and his family to sell their business empire to avoid conflicts of interest ...

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