Robert Mugabe Resigns As Zimbabwe's President The speaker of parliament read what he said was a letter from Mugabe, the leader of Zimbabwe since its independence from Britain in 1980. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to journalist Jeffrey Barbee.
Americans Prefer A Politics-Free Discussion At Thanksgiving Dinner According to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, 58 percent of Americans celebrating the holiday dread having to talk politics around the dinner table this holiday, an uptick from one year ago.
Several Women Accuse TV Host Charlie Rose Of Sexual Harassment Rachel Martin talks to Irin Carmon, one of <em>The Washington Post</em> reporters who broke the story. CBS has suspended Rose from the <em>CBS Morning News</em> and PBS said it would halt distribution of his show.
Wild Turkeys Invade Rural California Neighborhoods The <em>San Francisco Chronicle</em> reports some areas embrace the turkeys. But the birds weigh 20 pounds. And they're tough: some damage cars while pecking at their own reflections.
News Brief: CBS's Rose Accused Of Harassment, AT&T's Merger In Question CBS suspended Charlie Rose after several women told <em>The Washington Post</em> of sexual harassment by the TV host. And, the Justice Department filed a lawsuit to block the merger of AT&T and Time Warner.
Zimbabwe's Mugabe Likely To Face Impeachment Proceedings President Robert Mugabe has survived a military takeover and an ousting by his own party, but he still refuses to resign. On Tuesday, the party is expected to begin the impeach process in parliament.
Wave Of Sexual Harassment Allegations Hit Capitol Hill Minnesota Democratic Sen. Al Franken faces a second allegation that he groped a woman. And, Rep. Diana DeGette told of an experience where a former member of Congress tried to kiss her in an elevator.
Thanksgiving Holiday Travelers Likely To Face Travel Challenges A record number of Americans will be jamming airports, train stations and highways. Those hitting the road will find gas prices 40 cents a gallon higher on average than they were a year ago.
Restoring Power To Puerto Rico Remains A Herculean Task Efforts to restore the power grid have suffered setbacks in recent days. It's one reason more than 150,000 Puerto Ricans have left the island for Florida and other states since Hurricane Maria.
'Mad Men' Creator Defends Himself Against Sexual Harassment Allegations Allegations of sexual harassment interrupted Matthew Weiner's book tour to promote his debut novel, <em>Heather: The Totality</em>. A former writer on <em>Mad Men</em> accused him of a sexually inappropriate remark.
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