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The president-elect describes the Trump administration's help with the transition as not "begrudging".
The team had feared the owners of the rings, inscribed with the names Ahmed and Doudou, were dead.
"I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second," Meghan writes in an article.
Built on coal, Colstrip has been under threat for years. It may not matter who sits in the Oval Office.
The Blinding Lights singer was expected to perform strongly, but didn't get any nominations.
Moscow says a US Navy destroyer entered its territorial waters on Tuesday.
The US says it will impose tariffs on twist ties, used to seal bread bags and tie up cables.
The right-wing channel has been favoured by President Trump in recent days.
Maria and her children were driven from their home in Nagorno-Karabakh due to the ongoing conflict.
MSPs unanimously approve a bill giving a legal right to free access to sanitary products in public buildings.
A man is arrested on suspicion of murdering Terrell Davis, 27, in Lambeth, south London, on Sunday.
Jordan Klepper has become known for his Trump supporter interviews with Trevor Noah.
Measures designed to contain the coronavirus pandemic will change how millions of people celebrate.
Pranksters posing as the climate activist told the Canadian PM to "drop your weapons, pick flowers".
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed says it is an internal matter amid growing international concern.