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Keep an eye out for bears swiping your Black Friday purchases 👀

Abraham Olagbegi is using his wish through the Make-A-Wish organization to feed homeless people in his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi.

While attempting to make the video, police said at some point the 13-year-old shot the 5-year-old. Investigators also determined the teen had shot the child on accident.

Every year, Hanukkah begins on the 25th day of Kislev, a month in the Hebrew calendar. It lasts eight nights, and this year it's from Nov. 28 through Dec. 6.

Don Johnson chats with USA TODAY's Bryan Alexander about the new "Nash Bridges" TV film and the dynamics within his large family.

Two-year-old Emma Sweet was found three miles away from where her father's truck was found by duck hunters.

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Phil Saviano, a clergy sex abuse survivor and whistleblower who played a pivotal role in exposing decades of predatory assaults by Roman Catholic priests in the United States, has died. He was 69.

It was a once-in-a-lifetime surprise! 🐬

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BTS sat down with USA TODAY on how they are feeling as first time Grammy nominees and performers, what ARMY can look forward to during their performance and what "Dynamite" means to them now. Watch the full interview here:

BTS took center stage Monday at the United Nations General Assembly to advocate for the fight against climate change.

“We're really excited, it still feels surreal,” Jimin told USA TODAY via an interpreter. “We're still figuring out what to make of it. But we do know this is a great honor and we're deeply thankful." @BTS_twt  

@BTS_twt  spoke to us about their upcoming single, sung fully in English (a first for the K-pop group!), the challenges they faced and what they've got in store for the rest of the year. #BTS_Dynamite 

Who won the vice presidential debate? #VPdebate 

Whether they win at this Sunday's Grammys or not, BTS will make history.

A security expert says intelligence reports indicate most of the hard-core protesters in Minneapolis are far-left or anarchists, and that far-right groups have not yet made a significant appearance.

Exclusive: 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be postponed, likely to 2021, veteran IOC member Dick Pound says

Though they may not have gotten a Grammy nomination, @BTS_twt  stays winning.

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