Video: How to protect your credit

There have been several data breaches this year that exposed the personal information of millions of Americans. If you think your information was compromised, here are some tips to try to protect your credit.

Olympic champion Gabby Douglas says team doctor abused her

Douglas, the 2012 Olympic all-around champion and a three-time gold medalist, wrote in an Instagram post Tuesday that she waited so long to reveal the abuse by Larry Nassar because she was part of a group “conditioned to stay silent.”

Teen idol David Cassidy, ‘Partridge Family’ star, dies at 67

Cassidy, who announced earlier this year that he had been diagnosed with dementia, died surrounded by his family, a family statement released by publicist JoAnn Geffen said. No further details were immediately available, but Geffen said on Saturday that Cassidy was in a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, hospital suffering from organ failure.

President Trump discounts accusations against Roy Moore

Trump spoke to reporters Tuesday at the White House before leaving for a Thanksgiving break at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. He says of the Alabama race: “We don’t need a liberal person in there.”

US announcing new NKorea sanctions after terror designation

North Korea on Monday joined Iran, Sudan and Syria on the terror blacklist, a largely symbolic step as the administration already has the authority to impose virtually any sanctions it wants on Kim Jong Un’s government over its nuclear weapons development.

Syria’s Assad travels to Russia, meets with Putin

Russian state TV is reporting that Russian President Vladimir Putin has met with Syrian President Bashar Assad in Sochi. It was the second time Assad has traveled to Russia to meet with Putin in the course of the country’s six-year civil war.

Michigan vote on legalizing marijuana is likely in 2018

Organizers of a ballot drive to legalize the use of marijuana for recreational purposes in Michigan submitted 365,000 signatures to the state Monday, which appears to be more than enough to qualify the initiative for a statewide vote in 2018.

Woman hurt by Takata air bag urges owners to get cars fixed

Stephanie Erdman, an Air Force officer, nearly lost her right eye when the inflator in her 2002 Civic exploded into pieces in the crash. She is appearing in Facebook videos that will be targeted starting Monday to Honda owners who have yet to get free repairs under the massive Takata recalls.