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Updated: 9th November 2019 17:00U.S. News

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A viral photo shows the South Bend, Indiana, mayor chowing down on the confection after he cut it with a knife and fork.
Attention caffeine addicts and conservatives: The cups are back again.
One idea reportedly kicked around by the pair was "The Apprentice: White House." But Trump dismissed it as "false reporting."

Comedy group The Good Liars changed covers on the presidential son's book to "make it a little more honest."
By counting Trump's truths, "you could do it on one or two hands," said Tony Schwartz. "And they were accidental."
"Mike Pompeo speaking about how walls are cruel is like watching a shark say the sight of blood makes it faint."
"The president says you should do it, I say you should do it. We are all in agreement."
Trump “would be very intimidated" by this person, claimed the former White House communications director.
The president acknowledged he's considering attending the Victory Day event.
Alexander Vindman, a U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, said Ambassador Gordon Sondland made it clear the Ukrainian president would need to investigate the Bidens in order to get a meeting with Trump.
Dr. Ralph Tran said each face fights to eat, so "most of the food just ends up in the middle eye and on her forehead." As a result, her forehead is now bald.
The body of 21-year-old Alexis Crawford was found Friday at a park in DeKalb County.
Forensic specialists are investigating the vandalism at the Temple Israel Cemetery in Omaha, Nebraska.
An Amazon forest protest, record smog in India, and a rare endangered frog round out this week's best images.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called the discovery a "breakthrough" in the investigation into the outbreak.
Her father has repeatedly urged the public outing of the person who raised concerns about his call with Ukraine's president.
The singer recorded his consent-friendly version of the controversial Christmas season classic with Kelly Clarkson.
When it premiered on ABC in 2015, it became the first broadcast sitcom about Asian Americans since Margaret Cho’s short-lived “All-American Girl” in 1994.
According to the CDC, at least 37 people have died from vaping-related causes this year, as of the end of October.