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Aujourd’hui — 12 novembre 2019FOXNews

PGA HOPE helps change veterans' lives with golf therapy

PGA HOPE [Helping Our Patriots Everywhere] introduces golf to veterans with disabilities as a type of therapy.

Meghan Markle Instagram post deleted by Stella McCartney after backlash: report

Fans reportedly cried foul on a social media post shared on Monday by Stella McCartney highlighting Meghan Markle’s outerwear.

Washington car crash ends with 1 vehicle on top of the other: police

A bizarre car crash in southeastern Washington state on Friday ended with one car on top of the other, according to police.

Mercury transits across the sun: See the photo

Mercury had a rare celestial occurrence Monday, as stargazers saw the planet -- as a small black dot -- pass between the sun and Earth.

Deval Patrick considering entering 2020 Democratic presidential primary

Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is the latest Democrat to consider joining the 2020 Democratic presidential primary fray, with sources close to the politician telling the Associated Press he is mulling a White House run.

Biden edges rivals, Buttigieg joins top-tier in new New Hampshire poll

A new poll in the state that holds the first primary in the White House race gives former Vice President Joe Biden indicates slight edge over his main rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination. And the survey – from Quinnipiac University – also suggests that South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg has joined Biden and Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in the top-tier of contenders in New Hampshire.

Giuliani associate told Ukrainians to investigate Bidens, lawyer says

An associate of Rudy Giuliani traveled to Kiev shortly before the inauguration of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to demand the new administration publically announce an investigation into 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son, or else Vice President Mike Pence would not attend the swearing-in of the new president and the United States would freeze aid to the Eastern European nation.

Minnesota Arby’s tells parents, ‘Only well-behaved children’ are welcome

A Minnesota Arby’s created a stir last month after posting a sign on its entrance which told parents they’d be asked to leave if their little ones misbehaved.

Gutfeld on gender reveal mishaps

People are getting hurt in accidents related to "gender reveal" parties.

Wellness and transition camp to be built to help veterans returning from combat keep from committing suicide

Army veteran Matt Hesse, the CEO of Performix, is going next level to help veterans returning from combat and keep them from committing suicide.

'Wheel of Fortune' host Pat Sajak says 'worst has passed' following emergency surgery

Pat Sajak is on the mend following an emergency surgery last week, the "Wheel of Fortune" host said on Twitter on Monday. 

Dolly Parton has multiple tattoos 'to cover scars or things'

Dolly Parton loves to show off her figure but she never bares her arms in public, and now the country music star is sharing why. 

Trump impeachment inquiry is like 'microwaved leftovers' from the Russia investigation, Jesse Watters says

The Trump impeachment inquiry, as it is being handled by the Democrats, seems more like "leftovers" from the Russia investigation than it does a serious scandal, according to Jesse Watters.

'Income redistribution is not an economic growth plan': Economist blasts Dems' attacks on wealthy

On Fox Nation's "Deep Dive," Steven Moore, a former senior economic adviser to President Trump, took on Sen. Elizabeth Warren's rhetoric. 

Uncovered love letter recordings from World War II vets

A 22-year-old World War II Army soldier recorded himself reading a love letter to his wife while training at a U.S. Army base camp. Now, more than 70 years later, his family has the chance to listen to that romantic message.

Jonathan Morris: I went to Kanye West's church – Here's what I saw and heard

If you had told me a year ago that I would be going to church this past week with hip-hop artist Kanye West, I would have been incredulous.

MSNBC's Joy Reid dismisses Thanksgiving as 'problematic' 'food holiday,' mocks Trump supporters

MSNBC's liberal weekend host Joy Reid diminished Thanksgiving as a "food holiday" with a "problematic" history and also mocked at Trump supporters who she predicts her viewers will encounter at the dinner table in the coming weeks. 

Hier — 11 novembre 2019FOXNews

Bloomberg's barriers: China comments, lackluster polling, dubious strategy could hamper bid

The presidential campaign trail is littered with failed candidates who launched their White House runs late in the game or even skipped the early voting states to concentrate on the later contests along the road to the nomination.

Connecticut man charged in Anguilla hotel worker's death skips hearing

A Connecticut man accused of killing a hotel worker while on vacation in Anguilla did not return to the British Carribean territory for a court hearing Monday, citing threats against him and that authorities there could not assure his safety. 

Cooper testimony highlights Defense Dept. concerns over aid holdup, transcript shows

Par : Gregg Re
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Laura Cooper testified last month that the Trump administration was pushing Ukraine to issue a statement disavowing any efforts to influence U.S. elections -- but she stopped short of saying that officials wanted to include a reference to Joe and Hunter Biden's business dealings in the country.

Read: Laura Cooper testimony transcript

Laura Cooper testimony transcript

Bride upset friend skipped reception to go to grandma's funeral

A woman who shared her story on Reddit did not get the response she was hoping for.

Navy petty officer is person of interest in 5-year-old daughter's disappearance: sheriff

A Navy petty officer in Florida is now considered a person of interest in the disappearance of her 5-year-old daughter Taylor Williams, authorities announced on Monday.

Medal of Honor recipient's Purple Heart purchased at gun show, donated to school decades after it vanished

A Purple Heart belonging to a World War II Congressional Medal of Honor recipient from Texas that had been lost for decades was bought by a woman at a gun show on Long Island, N.Y., this past September for $60 -- and on Friday, she donated it to a Texas school bearing the name of the honoree.

Home destroyed in West Virginia blast

A West Virginia home was destroyed in an explosion Monday, causing non-life-threatening injuries to two people, according to officials.

Friend of Pat Tillman explains why it's important to celebrate Veterans Day

Par : Nick Givas
Celebrating Veterans Day helps keep the memory of fallen soldiers alive and honors those who have continued to live on, but may have been forgotten, former Marine and NFL player Jeremy Staat said on "Outnumbered Overtime" Monday. 

91-year-old vet becomes US citizen: 'This country has done more for me than I've contributed...it's made me a man'

Par : Yael Halon
In a special episode of Fox Nation's "After the Show Show," the hosts of "Fox & Friends" caught up with a 91-year-old veteran who officially gained U.S. citizenship Monday after coming here from Jamaica as a child.

White Helmets rescue group founder found dead in Istanbul, reports say

A former British army officer who founded the White Helmets humanitarian volunteer group that performed emergency response in Syria was found dead early Monday in Turkey, officials said.

Ilhan Omar celebrates Peter King's pending retirement, calls him an 'Islamophobe'

Par : Liam Quinn
Rep. Ilhan Omar celebrated Rep. Peter King’s upcoming retirement, responding to the New Yorker’s announcement by writing, “good riddance.”