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Now in its 11th year, the annual day of giving encourages individuals to donate their time, express gratitude or contribute to a cause.

One innovative 19-year-old businessman said he was ready for the bustling holiday shopping season with a brand new resale company.

Last week, a group called Wisconsin Business Leaders for Democracy, along with the Leadership Now Project, made their arguments in an amicus brief.

Warming centers in Milwaukee open on Friday, Dec. 1st.

The day is dedicated to giving back after the busiest shopping days of the year.

Some families traveled from Israel to the United States to meet with lawmakers about their relatives being held hostage.

Two of the men were in stable condition and the other suffered "much more serious injuries," police said.

Among the 30 actions to strengthen supply chains, at least 11 deal specifically with the domestic supply of renewable energy.

November marks National Diabetes Awareness Month.

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Data released Monday shows some of the highest infection rates in nearly two years.

"Magic, wonder and joy" is the holiday theme at the White House.

Lows will fall into the single digits in most places.

The U.S. Central Command said Monday that there was no damage or reported injuries from either vessel.

The conservative news outlet Wisconsin Right Now first reported on the account Sunday.

The feature is part of the latest iPhone iOS 17 update.

Meta received millions of complaints about underage users on Instagram but only disabled a fraction, a legal complaint reportedly says.

Recreation centers, libraries and churches are commonly used as warming stations during the day.

Editor at large Peter Sokolowski said lookups for the word rose to new heights on the company's website throughout the year.

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No 10 cancelled a meeting between the UK and Greek PMs after comments to the BBC about the sculptures.

Doug Putman says a bid to save Wilko was stymied as the former chair faces MPs over the collapse.

Looking for sizzling drama and untold intrigue? Our royal correspondent says you might be disappointed.

Valdo Calocane pleads guilty to killing Barnaby Webber, Grace O'Malley-Kumar and Ian Coates.

Virgin Atlantic is flying the first big passenger plane using 100% alternative fuels from London to New York.

The UAE, hosts of the COP28 climate summit, are breaking their own ban on gas flaring, the BBC finds.

Union leaders say strikes more likely, after ministers offer consultants in England up to 19% extra.

The Girls Trip actress says "this will never happen again" after being arrested for driving under the influence.

Police say preliminary investigations show the vehicle was unlocked with the key inside when it was taken.

The Parthenon Sculptures are back in the news but is this story also about a looming general election?

How did the oldest town in Canada end up with a university outpost in what was the UK's newest town?

The mum and dad of a two-day-old girl who died want a national inquiry into maternity services.

Actor Colman Domingo plays Bayard Rustin, who was a key figure in the civil rights movement.

A French start-up is ready to use an enzyme which can break down plastic on an industrial scale.

Residents of an area of high ground in Miami say developers are pricing them out of their homes.

The number of young people using electronic cigarettes has skyrocketed in the past two years.

With a bullet lodged in his spine, Hisham Awartani phoned his British-born grandmother after Saturday's shooting.

The part played by the Red Cross in the Gaza hostage releases highlights its unique role.

The UK's survival rate lags behind comparable nations and that must change, says Cancer Research UK.

Jill Biden unveils this year's White House holiday decorations, designed to evoke wonder and joy.

The government says teachers are cutting admin time, but there are concerns about reliability.

The 1.8 mile stretch of road includes a 30mph section that is only 520ft long.

Vicky Donald says her daughter got so sick of seeing videos circulating of her attack she gave up her phone.

Snowstorms and flooding have hit parts of Russia and Ukraine, leaving nearly two million people without power.

The actor says the speech he was reading was edited, removing critical comments about Donald Trump.

Hughie was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2020, and has gone on to raise thousands with best friend Freddie.

The singer says each choir member, aged between six and 19, is an "inspiration in their own right".

Caity Baser, The Last Dinner Party and Sekou are up for the award previously won by Flo and Adele.

The inquest into the death of Ruth Perry, who killed herself ahead of an Ofsted report, begins later.

Laurence Fox tells the High Court his life has been "destroyed" after being called a racist.

The Grammy-winning rapper is accused of co-founding a violent street gang in Atlanta, Georgia.

England and Manchester United goalkeeper Mary Earps is voted BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2023.