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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia found the former Bosnian Serb general guilty of multiple counts of crimes against humanity and one count of genocide. (11/22/2017)
Full details of the Department of Homeland Security inspector general's report are being withheld by DHS leaders. (11/22/2017)
CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says there is no excuse for the cover up of a 2016 data breach. A source says that the company paid hackers $100,000 to delete the data and keep the attack a secret. (11/22/2017)
The C-2 Greyhound was en route to the USS Ronald Reagan when it went down Wednesday afternoon Japan time. Eight people were recovered and are "in good condition at this time."
Sen. Dan Schoen and Rep. Tony Cornish were condemned when sexual harassment accusations surfaced. Now, they're gone from the Legislature. Some see their exit as a first step toward changing a climate that tolerated sexual misconduct.
Fans of the brand, originally based in southern Minnesota, buy it on eBay for $6 a can and post triumphant tips on a Facebook page dedicated to bringing the canned pumpkin back. But the company that makes it said it's never gone away.
The DNR is making it easier to burn off those Thanksgiving dinner calories. The $7 entry fee for vehicles at all Minnesota State Parks will be waived this Friday.
"The Great Thanksgiving Listen." StoryCorps founder David Isay says it's important to give people a chance to be listened to.

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