Stunning surveillance footage captured the moment a high school coach in Oregon disarmed a student with a shotgun and then embraced him. Police eventually arrived and took the student into custody.

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Louisiana's Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards won re-election, telling supporters, "Our shared love for Louisiana is always more important than the partisan differences that sometimes divide us." He then added, "as for the president, God bless his heart."

“He’s such a fighter, and he’s proven to be, and he just comes back," said Ellen Harris, manager of the Plains Historic Inn and Antique Mall. "He's raised the bar for the rest of us."

Michael Bloomberg says he no longer supports the “stop-and-frisk” policing strategy that he embraced as mayor of New York. The potential Democratic presidential candidate says the practice often led to the disproportionate detaining of blacks and Latinos.

Conservatives seek to stifle new "alt-right" movement seeped in anti-Semitism

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‘They didn’t sign up for this’: Republican analyst says non-GOP voters who went for Trump will dump him over impeachment

ICYMI: A meteor flashing across the Midwest sky was captured by a CCTV camera outside a house in St. Louis, Missouri

Socialists love saying socialism has never failed because it's never been tried. In truth, it has failed everywhere it has been tried—from the Soviet Union to three modern countries that tried but ultimately rejected socialism: Israel, India, and the UK.

To solve the problem of abysmally detached sexual education in the US, @PPFA  built a sex ed chatbot where teens can ask all kinds of questions anonymously. And it seems to be working. On the latest episode of Reset, meet Roo:

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Conservative radio host Craig Silverman says that for three hours every Saturday, he wanted to talk about the facts of the Trump impeachment case. But as he was doing that on November 16, Silverman was abruptly taken off the air in the middle of his show.

Revisit our look at how students at Hong Kong’s universities and their supporters have been bracing for police confrontations in increasingly elaborate ways: “I didn’t think I would be mixing these chemicals with my own hands, but I am here to learn."

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