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Bundys acquitted in Oregon standoff case

Ammon Bundy speaks to reporters during the Oregon standoff. (Getty Images) A jury finds Ammon Bundy and six others not guilty of charges related to their 41-day standoff at a wildlife refuge.

Marijuana farmers split on legalization bid

In this Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016 photo, Christine Miller sits among some of the 250 marijuana plants on her farm near Benbow, Calif. Miller is concerned about the increased cost to operate her 250-plant farm if California voters approve Proposition 64, the Nov. 8 ballot initiative that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli) A ballot measure in California that would legalize recreational use has created a deep division among longtime growers.

Michelle Obama: ‘They are trying to get you to stay home’

(AP) First lady Michelle Obama campaigned with Hillary Clinton for the first time Thursday, urging an arena full of swing-state voters not to let Donald Trump’s “dirty and ugly” talk keep them from voting.

Can anti-Trump film be a positive for him?

Michelle Obama at Clinton rally: ‘They are trying to get you to stay home’ The candidate's team is attempting to spin "Michael Moore in TrumpLand" into a tacit endorsement for his campaign.

Details of how ex-aide ran 'Bill Clinton Inc.'

Washington Post traces the complex web of Clinton finances A memo illustrates how Doug Band and other advisers raised millions for the Clintons and their foundation after they left the White House.

Liberated from ISIS, still haunted by terror

A Kurdish peshmerga fighter hugs his sister after peshmerga recaptured the Fadiliya village from the Islamic State. (Reuters) Villagers in northern Iraq are speaking openly for the first time about their two years under occupation.

Putin calls election interference 'mythical'

Vladimir Putin (Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images) The U.S. has accused Russia of coordinating hacks, but President Vladimir Putin says the claims are "hysteria."

Three biopics of novelist Zelda Fitzgerald in the pipeline

Scarlett Johansson will play Zelda Fitzgerald in one of three biopics currently in development. Two feature films and one series based on the life of Zelda Fitzgerald are in the works in the USA. The novelist, who became a feminist icon, will be played by three different Hollywood stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Scarlett Johansson and Christina Ricci. Zelda Fitzgerald lived her whole life in the shadow of her husband, F. Scott Fitzgerald, author of "The Great Gatsby" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button." An emblem of the Jazz Age in 1920s America, Zelda Fitzgerald also became a feminist icon 70 years after her death.

Colbert ridicules Gingrich over taunt

Stephen Colbert (Yahoo TV) "The Late Show" host has an answer to the former House speaker’s wild accusation against Fox News’ Megyn Kelly.

Trump's newest plan: $1T on infrastructure

Vehicles pass a highway construction site on Interstate 80 in Sacramento, Calif. (AP) It would rely heavily on private funding and, unlike Clinton’s plan, avoid new taxes to finance spending.

Michelle warms to Hillary just in time

First lady Michelle Obama and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in March 2011 file photo. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) She's been called Hillary Clinton's most effective surrogate, but Michelle Obama wasn’t always a fan of the Democratic nominee.

Live from Trump Tower, the ultimate conspiracy

Live from Trump Tower, the ultimate conspiracy. (Yahoo News) On Trump’s nightly feed, he’s winning the election handily, crushing it in early voting, and surging in swing states. It’s a full-on rout.

2 strong quakes rattle central Italy

(AP) A pair of temblors damage churches and buildings just two months after a powerful earthquake killed nearly 300 people.

Mel Haber, Owner of a Legendary Celebrity Hotspot in Palm Springs, Dies at 80

He presided over the Ingleside Inn and Melvyn's Restaurant, where Frank Sinatra held his wedding reception in 1976.

A&E's Leah Remini Show to Tackle Scientology "Abuse" and "Harassment"

There will be a November launch for the series, which Remini says "is about sharing the truth about Scientology."

Starz CEO Chris Albrecht Talks Third-Quarter Earnings, Lionsgate Merger

"Hopefully we won't be talking again," the exec told analysts as he looked ahead to the close of his $4.4 billion deal with Lionsgate and touched on AT&T's own merger with Time Warner.

Hollywood Docket: Bill Cosby; Disney's Board of Directors; 'Gilmore Girls' Settlement

Some new developments in entertainment law including resolution to a battle over whether interoperability codes for digital cinema systems are subject to copyright.

Robin Williams' Bike Collection Raises $600,000 for Charity

After the auction triples expected sales, details emerge about the bikes that netted the most bids and the highest prices.

'Stranger Things' Meets 'Peanuts' in Christmas-Themed Video

"That's what happiness is all about in the end ??? the people who truly care about you. The folks who would do anything to get you out of a creepy parallel swamp universe."

Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star: Vandal Suspect Faces Felony

James Lambert Otis, 52, was arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism.

Dance Music Doc 'What We Started' Chronicles the Rise of a Genre

Dance music as seen through the eyes of Carl Cox and Martin Garrix: "The anecdotes are endless."

Adopted in U.S. at 3, man faces deportation

Korean adoptee Adam Crapser poses with his wife and daughters. (AP) Adam Crapser, who was flown to the U.S. and adopted as a small child, has been ordered deported to his native South Korea.

Clinton's final push to win Latino voters

Hillary Clinton with members of the band Los Tigres del Norte. (AP) The Democratic nominee has help from high-profile surrogates to galvanize the Hispanic community.

Republican’s ‘musket’ tweet sparks firestorm

Joel Walsh (AP) Former Illinois lawmaker Joe Walsh claims he wasn’t calling for violence when he vowed to grab a musket if Donald Trump loses the election.

Defense chief: Don't revoke enlistment pay

U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter. (Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP) Obama told the Defense Department not to "nickel and dime" service members defrauded by zealous recruiters.

Clinton camp's fears about Sanders revealed

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton reacts to a reporters questions about her birthday before boarding her campaign plane at Miami International Airport in Miami, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, to travel to Lake Worth, Fla. for a rally. Clinton turns 69 today. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) Allies of Hillary Clinton felt threatened by Bernie Sanders' candidacy, according to the latest hacked emails.

Trump stays Trump in the homestretch

Trump, in homestretch, is as Trump-like as ever. (Yahoo News) The candidate remains upbeat, but his aides not so much, acknowledging that their boss has been his own worst enemy.

Trump praises Gingrich's criticism of Kelly

Newt Gingrich, Donald Trump, and Megyn Kelly. (Photos: AP/Photo montage: Yahoo) The heated on-air exchange revived dormant ill will between the Trump campaign and Fox News host Megyn Kelly.

Apple’s biggest problem may be itself

Tim Cook (CNBC) The challenge isn’t going away for the company anytime soon — it is embedded in Apple’s DNA.

Mostly children killed in Syrian airstrikes

In this photo provided by the Syrian Civil Defense group known as the White Helmets, Syrian Civil Defense workers search through the rubble after airstrikes in the village of Hass in the Idlib province, Syria, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. Syrian activists say that airstrikes outside a school in the northern, rebel-held province of Idlib have killed more than a dozen people, mostly children. The Idlib News network says the airstrikes hit as the children gathered outside a school complex in the village of Hass. (Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets via AP) Warplanes hit a school complex in the rebel-held province of Idlib, killing 22 people, most of them youngsters, activists say.

Is Evan McMullin the future of conservatism?

(AP) He is the first independent presidential candidate in a long time who is on track to win a state's Electoral College votes.

There's nothing funny about the 2016 campaign

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump speak at the 71st Annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in New York. (Frank Franklin II/AP) Many successful politicians have used humor to their advantage, but not the two candidates running this year.

A 7-Year-Old's Endearing, Emotional Review of 'Return of the Jedi'

One young man travels to a galaxy far, far away for the first time ??? and he has a lot of questions.

Newt Gingrich's blow-up over Trump on Fox News

Megyn Kelly and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich. (Fox News) “You are fascinated with sex!” the former House speaker tells host Megyn Kelly after she brings up the "Access Hollywood" tape.

Bloomberg on America's 'greatest conundrum'

Bloomberg on America's 'greatest conundrum' As more jobs become automated because of technology, the U.S. must develop a plan to create work.

Report: Clinton endorsed by Colin Powell

Former Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Hillary Clinton in 2014. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) The former secretary of state under Republican George W. Bush calls Donald Trump "unqualified," according to Newsday.

Can Democrats really take back the House?

House and Senate Republicans are in a close race with Democrats to keep control of both houses of Congress. (Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images) With district-level polling scarce, it is difficult to predict the House of Representatives election results.

Trump contradicted on employee health plans

Donald Trump poses with employees at Trump National Doral. (Evan Vucci/AP) "All of my employees are having a tremendous problem with Obamacare," Donald Trump said outside his golf club.

Will Sanders, Warren pull Clinton farther left?

Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric and economist Paul Krugman. (Yahoo News) Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman offers Katie Couric his take on the 2016 candidates and their parties' future.

Obama trolls Trump on late-night TV

Obama is interviewed on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! show in Los Angeles President Obama reads "mean tweets," including one from the Republican nominee, during a visit to "Jimmy Kimmel Live."