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The Subsequent Nuremberg Trials: Doctors' Trial Begins (1946)
The Doctors' Trial was the first of 12 post-World War II trials collectively called the "Subsequent Nuremberg Trials," which the US held in its occupation zone in Nuremberg, Germany. Of the 23 defendants, 20 were medical doctors, and they faced charges for war crimes that included experimenting on human subjects without their consent. The Nuremberg Code was thus established to protect the rights of humans participating in medical research. How many of the defendants received death sentences? Discuss

Shooter Opens Fire at Damageplan Concert, Killing Four (2004)
Not long after American heavy metal band Pantera disbanded and two of its founding members, brothers "Dimebag" Darrell and Vinnie Paul Abbott, formed the band Damageplan, the group released its debut album. Sadly, it would also be its last. During a concert in Columbus, Ohio, later that year, former US Marine Nathan Gale went on a shooting rampage, killing Darrell along with a fan, a roadie, and a security guard before being fatally shot by a police officer. Why did Gale do it?

Mary Toft Admits That She Did Not Really Give Birth to Rabbits (1726)
Toft, an English servant, had a bizarre 15 minutes of fame in 1726 when she convinced doctors that she had given birth to a litter of rabbits. At age 25, Toft suffered a miscarriage. About a month later, she appeared to go into labor and proceeded over the next few weeks to "birth" several animal parts along with nine baby bunnies. The episode was attributed to a fascination with rabbits that Toft had developed during her pregnancy—until it was revealed to be a hoax. How had she pulled it off?

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Retirement contribution limits will rise in 2019
Good news retirement savers: The Internal Revenue Service announced cost of living increases to the contribution limits for retirement-related plans in 2019.

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Uruguay eliminates Italy; Did Suarez bite again?
Uruguay is moving on. Italy is out of the World Cup after a 1-0 loss. Meanwhile, Luis Suarez apparently bit an opponent again.

Report: Heat forward LeBron James to opt out of deal, become free agent
Get ready for the Decision, Part II. LeBron James is opting out of his contract with the Heat, and will become a free agent.

NBA Mock Draft: Another change at the top
Just when you thought the NBA draft pecking order was starting to get predictable, Joel Embiid shakes it up.

Mexico beats Cameroon, advances to knockout round
After a tough 2013, Mexico completed its magical turnaround by taking down Croatia 3-1 and advancing out of Group A.

World Cup analysis: Costa Rica-England

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The future of theme parks: Highlights from the industry’s annual expo
Find out what's in store for theme parks in 2019, from Disney's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge to the Pittsburgh Steelers-themed coaster at Kennywood.      

Winter 2018: Snow photos from around the world
Snow has already made a landing this season. Some light, some heavy – but all fun to look at. Click through for wintery scenes from around the world.      

Beyond big box shopping: 10 great places to buy craft gifts
If your gift giving has fallen into a rut, stop by a craft gallery, co-op or pop-up store for your holiday shopping.      

Dream Home: Own a Frank Lloyd Wright house in New Jersey
The oldest Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in New Jersey is for sale. The Christie House is going for $1.45 million.      

OpenTable diners name the 100 best restaurants in the USA
OpenTable diners have chosen their best 100 U.S. restaurants. New York had the most with 24.      

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Women headline holiday movies but still face 'celluloid ceiling'
Women play starring roles in a flurry of films that will carry through the holiday season. But when it comes to the status of women in Hollywood, as Thursday's Golden Globe nominations suggested, it often feels like there's a step back -- or at least a pause -- for every step forward.

'Baby, It's Cold Outside' stirs radio debate
Baby, it may be cold outside, but this week, it's been colder on 96.5 KOIT's Facebook page.

'Black Panther' breaks through at Golden Globes, with an eye on Oscars
"Black Panther" is looking like the answer to Hollywood's prayers as the industry embarks on awards season, adding blockbuster sizzle to an annual ritual that has been reluctant to acknowledge its costume-clad box-office stars.

Kevin Hart and the art of the celebrity apology
Hollywood is filled with comeback stories of stars who have made mistakes and found redemption.

'Game of Thrones' drops new trailer and it's icy
Winter is coming.