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Quickly catch up on the day's news: Thursday, November 23
Former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his wife have reached a deal with the military granting them immunity from prosecution and allowing the couple to remain in the country, the military said.
The search for a missing Argentine submarine becomes increasingly desperate as the clock runs down on hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members before their air supply runs out. The ARA San Juan was last contacted off the coast of Argentina on November 15. A noise detected near the last known location of the submarine was consistent with an explosion, the Argentine navy said Thursday.
Tens of thousands of names were removed from a national criminal background check database this year after the FBI narrowed its interpretation of who is a "fugitive from justice," according to an administration official.
Mitsubishi Materials said it had falsified data on multiple products -- including components used in cars and airplanes -- for more than a year. At least two of the company's subsidiaries faked data to meet specifications set by clients, it said in a statement.
A former director of the US Office of Government Ethics said he has filed an official complaint against White House counselor Kellyanne Conway over what he says is a violation of the Hatch Act after she attacked Doug Jones, the Democratic opponent of GOP Senate hopeful Roy Moore in Alabama, this week on Fox News. What is the Hatch Act, you ask? It prohibits White House officials from advocating for or against candidates, even in media interviews.
President Donald Trump is celebrating his first Thanksgiving in office at his Florida residence. It is expected to be an opulent affair, with a feast inside the members-only club in glitzy Palm Beach, surrounded by gold embellishments and crystal chandeliers.
Trump addressed US troops serving overseas via satellite earlier Thursday, thanking them for their service and touting his leadership for their success.
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