Chevron Gets U.S. License to Pump Oil in Venezuela Again

WASHINGTON—The United States has said it will allow Chevron Corp. CLC -0.29% to resume pumping oil from its Venezuelan oil fields after President Nicolás Maduro’s government and an opposition coalition agreed to implement an estimated $3 billion humanitarian aid package and continue dialogue in Mexico City on efforts to organize free and fair elections. Following … Read more

US citizen accused of killing North Carolina woman while vacationing. Here’s what we know

CNN — Shanquella Robinson arrived in the picturesque Mexican town of San José del Cabo on October 28 with six of her friends. A day later, the 25-year-old Winston-Salem State University student in North Carolina died while staying at a luxury rental property in Baja Calfornia Sur. Now, nearly a month after the death, the … Read more

University of Idaho student stabbings: 2 weeks after police found 4 slain victims, here’s where the investigation stands

CNN — Two weeks after the stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students, dozens of local, state and federal investigators are still working to determine who carried out the brutal attack. After sifting through more than 1,000 tips and conducting at least 150 interviews, investigators have yet to identify a suspect or uncover a … Read more

Irene Cara, ’80s pop star behind ‘Fame’ and ‘Flashdance’ theme songs, dies at 63

CNN  —  Actress and singer Irene Cara, an Oscar and Grammy winner best known for the theme songs of “Fame” and “Flashdance” in the early ’80s, has died, her publicist said. She was 63. “Please share your thoughts and memories of Irene,” Judith Moose said in a tweet announcing the singer’s death. “I’ll be reading … Read more

Trump hosted Holocaust denier to Mar-a-Lago club alongside Ye, a week after announcing 2024 run

CNN — Former President Donald Trump hosted white nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes and rapper Kanye West at his Mar-a-Lago estate this week, demonstrating his continued willingness to partner with figures who have well-publicized anti-Semitic views as he embarks on another run for the White House. West, who has legally changed his name to … Read more

The mall where Black Friday refuses to die

Bloomington, Minnesota CNN Business — The rise of e-commerce in recent years has taken a toll on in-person shopping, knocking down once-popular brick-and-mortar stores and malls in the process. As a result, Black Friday, the traditional first day of the Christmas shopping season and a day once known for door-to-door deals and hordes of holiday … Read more

Mexico issues arrest warrant for US citizen accused of killing her friend while on vacation in San Jose del Cabo

CNN — A warrant has been issued in Mexico for a woman suspected of fatally assaulting a friend from North Carolina while on vacation last month in San Jose del Cabo, a prosecutor has said. Shanquella Robinson, 25, was traveling with college friends from Winston-Salem State University when she died while staying at a vacation … Read more

Virginia Walmart shooting: Victims remain hospitalized days after a mass shooting in a Virginia Walmart left 6 employees dead

CNN — As authorities investigate this week’s mass shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Va., at least two employees remained hospitalized after a manager killed six co-workers before killing himself. The Tuesday night shooting — two days before Thanksgiving — began minutes after 10 p.m. in the employee break room, where some workers were preparing … Read more

Walmart mass shooting: The motive behind the attack in Chesapeake, Virginia, is unclear

CNN — After an ordinary work day turned deadly at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Va., survivors and investigators spend the Thanksgiving holiday questioning the motive of an employee who opened fire on co-workers, killing six people before turning the gun on himself. Employees were preparing for a night shift when a manager opened fire with … Read more

Americans celebrate Thanksgiving under shadow of two more mass shootings

Nov 24 (Reuters) – The United States marked the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday with traditional feasts, parades and American football, taking a moment to celebrate a week marred by gun violence. The official holiday dates back to the Civil War, when President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed the last Thursday in November as a day of thanksgiving … Read more