- Trump's elephant trophy reversal comes as a surprise to administration employees, interest groups - President Donald Trump's move late Friday night to postpone a decision to allow the import of elephant hunting trophies from two African countries came as a surprise not only to interest groups, but also the US Fish and Wildlife Service employees who oversaw the proposed change in policy, a source with knowledge of the agency's process told CNN.
- Collins: Moore's denials aren't convincing - Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins said on Sunday that she does not believe Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore's denials of the sexual allegations against him and hopes the state's voters do not send him to Washington.
- 'Justice League' stumbles at the box office - "Justice League" still had a big box office opening, but came in under industry expectations.
- What Trump won't tweet: 4 reasons for a free press - The free press is not an optional part of our democracy it is an integral part of it, writes Julian Zelizer. Without it our political system can never be its best.
- Lawmakers, US allies seek assurance that Trump won't rashly launch nuclear strike - A decades-old presidential authority to use nuclear weapons is suddenly coming into question as US allies and some lawmakers from both parties want the Trump administration to assure them that President Donald Trump cannot rashly launch a nuclear strike, according to multiple sources.
- Using 'The Simpsons' to explain how Asian Americans are overlooked - Even though Asian Americans are one of the fastest growing immigrant groups in the U.S. -- and one of the wealthiest -- they are often either overlooked or typecast by marketers, advertisers and the media.
- Alabama's biggest newspapers urge voters to 'reject Roy Moore' -
- Wall Street has a ton to be thankful for - Wall Street already has a ton to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. The GOP tax cut would only add to the feast.
- Argentina: Missing navy submarine tried contacting bases - An Argentine navy submarine with 44 crew members has been missing for three days after the navy lost contact with it off the country's Atlantic coast, the military service says.
- David Cassidy, 'Partridge Family' superstar, in critical condition - David Cassidy, the wildly popular '70s heartthrob who shot to fame when he starred and sang in TV's "The Partridge Family," is in critical condition with organ failure.
- Georgia Dome set for implosion after 25 years of use - The only facility in the world to host the Olympics, Super Bowl and Final Four soon will be reduced to rubble. The Georgia Dome in Atlanta is scheduled to be imploded Monday morning.
- Zimbabwe's ruling party fires Mugabe, sets deadline for President to end rule - Zimbabwe's ruling party has fired Robert Mugabe as their chief and set a Monday for the leader to end his presidency after nearly four decades of rule.
- LaToya Cantrell elected first female mayor of New Orleans - New Orleans voters elected LaToya Cantrell as mayor Saturday, making her the first woman to hold that position in the city's 300-year history.
- Detroit priest a step closer to sainthood - A priest known as "Detroit's miracle worker" is one step closer to possible sainthood after being beatified by the Catholic Church.
- A war hero who was a stranger in his own land - Jesse Brown battled poverty and racism to become the Navy's first black pilot. Two of his biggest allies were white men. What about Brown inspired such loyalty?
- AC/DC co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young dies at 64 - AC/DC co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young has died after battling dementia for several years, the band announced Saturday. He was 64.
- LaVar Ball belittles Trump's role in release of son, 2 other UCLA players - Days after President Donald Trump touted his role in the release of three UCLA basketball students who were arrested in China, LaVar Ball, the father of one of those players, suggested the President had little to do with the matter.
- How it feels to be a Zimbabwean today - I woke on Saturday, the day of the planned solidarity march, feeling a sense of anticipation about the hours ahead. Since my arrival in Harare, the complete lack of police presence on the streets had been the most striking thing to see since the apparent coup.
- Gunman sought after Pennsylvania officer killed during traffic stop - Investigators have identified a suspect in the death of a western Pennsylvania police officer who was gunned down during a traffic stop.
- 'SNL' takes on Senator -- and former 'SNL' performer -- Al Franken - "Saturday Night Live" took on Senator -- and former SNLer -- Al Franken on Saturday night after a woman said he groped and kissed her without her consent.
- Argentina: Missing navy sub tried contacting bases - An Argentine navy submarine with 44 crew members has been missing for three days after the navy lost contact with it off the country's Atlantic coast, the military service says.
- Top general says he'd push back against 'illegal' nuclear strike order - The top US nuclear commander said Saturday he would push back against an order from President Donald Trump for a nuclear strike if it were "illegal."
- Trump begins paying legal bills from own pocket - President Trump has begun paying his personal legal bills stemming from the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign out of his own pocket
- Maternal mortality is the shame of US health care - Every day, more than 800 women around the world die from complications of pregnancy and childbirth -- and many of those deaths could be prevented if society dedicated itself to lowering maternal mortality rates, writes Every Mother Counts CEO Christy Turlington Burns.
- The week in politics - Take a look at the week in politics from November 12 to November 18.