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Florence Henderson, TV’s Carol Brady, Dies At 82:

She was one of America’s moms, a television icon that endured through generations. Florence Henderson, who played Carol Brady on “The Brady Bunch,” died Thursday from heart failure at the age of 82.

Her death was unexpected. Henderson had not been sick, her manager, Kayla Pressman, said. Just this week, Henderson attended a taping of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” to cheer on Maureen McCormick, who played her TV daughter Marcia Brady.
Henderson had also had made some TV and movie appearances this year.
“We are all in a state of shock,” said Pressman, who spoke with the actress Wednesday night. Henderson died in a Los Angeles hospital surrounded by family and friends.
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Kentucky Football Game Shooting Leaves 2 Dead:

Gunfire erupted at an annual Thanksgiving Day football game in Kentucky, leaving two dead and four others wounded, Louisville Metro Police said Thursday.

The shootings, shortly before 2 p.m., happened during what locals know as the annual Juice Bowl, which fills Shawnee Park with children and adults for a series of holiday football games, CNN affiliate WAVE reported.
Stephen Washburn was streaming a Facebook Live video when the shooting could be heard in the background. There were 19 shots. The shooters are not visible in the video.
The city’s mayor, who was about 200 yards from the gunfire, was safely whisked away by security.
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 The Crowds And Chaos Of Black Friday 2016 Are Here:

The annual retail mega-event began in many stores Thanksgiving evening and will continue well into Friday, with sales and deals throughout the weekend.

Target (TGT), which put its Black Friday deals online Wednesday, said it was selling 3,200 televisions a minute at one point. It also said more than 60% of its online sales came from shoppers using their phones.

Several stores this year hyped additional savings online, some of which have been available since early this month. Amazon (AMZN, Tech30) launched a Black Friday Deals Store on Nov. 8. Stores like JCPenney (JCP) and Kohl’s (KSS) began promoting Black Friday sales prices online this week.

Thanksgiving often means grazing on a table full of turkey, gravy and sides. But to keep them fresh and free from bacteria, make sure to wrap up the leftovers within two hours of serving. And don't worry if they're still warm; it's all OK to go in the fridge. If stored in the fridge, make sure to eat turkey within three to four days. Casseroles and mashed potatoes are good a little bit longer, three to five days. If you need the food to last longer, put it in the freezer. Foods kept in the freezer are good indefinitely, but they tend to lose their flavor over time.  <br />

How Long Can You Eat Those Leftovers?:

Deep in the recesses of most people’s refrigerators lives a half-eaten bottle of salsa, some takeout Chinese food and last week’s chicken dinner. Pulling one of those things out, you wonder: Can I eat it? Is it safe? A lot of commercially prepared items, such as sauces and condiments, have best-buy dates on the packaging to ensure flavor, not safety, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Packaged foods tend to last a big longer than those suggested dates. Last night’s dinner, though, is not as hearty. Cooked food leftovers can usually stay in the fridge for only three or four days. And if you want to put food in the freezer, it will last indefinitely, but at some point it will start to lose flavor. Of course, if something smells off or looks funny, you shouldn’t eat it.
President-elect Donald Trump has been in the spotlight for years. From developing real estate and producing and starring in TV shows, he became a celebrity long before winning the White House.

The Three Things Donald Trump Really Cares About:

Two weeks into his transition from President-elect to America’s commander in chief, Donald Trump has signaled his priorities and demonstrated the habits of mind he will bring to the most powerful position in the world. The clues tell us we shouldn’t expect this 70-year-old showman to be transformed into a genuinely sober, predictable leader, but this is not necessarily a bad omen.

There are lots of things ordinary politicians care about — rules about what kinds of things can be said while in office or on the campaign trail, traditions that have been tested in the history of US government and politics — that Trump may not care about. But it’s clear from his career and evident from his period as President-elect so far that there are three things he does care about:
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