Students leave buildings surrounding Watts Hall as police respond to reports of a shooting on campus at Ohio State University, Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Terrorism suspected in car-and-knife attack at Ohio State

At least eight people were stabbed, hit by a vehicle or otherwise injured in an attack Monday morning on the Ohio State University campus, and a suspect was shot and killed, school and hospital officials said. The attacker was identified as a Somali-born legal permanent resident of the U.S. Police said they are investigating whether it was a terrorist attack.

This image released by Disney shows characters Maui, voiced by Dwayne Johnson, right, and Moana, voiced by Auli'i Cravalho, in a scene from the animated film, "Moana." (Disney via AP)

‘Moana’ cruises with $81.1M Thanksgiving weekend

The well-reviewed “Moana,” set in ancient Polynesia, earned $55.5 million from Friday to Sunday. It didn’t match the 2013 Thanksgiving release of “Frozen,” which opened with $93.6 million.

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“Bleach Boy” drinks out of Clorox bottle, goes viral

Brian Blackwell, better known as “Bleach Boy” became a social media sensation after the Mastodons improbable win against IU. He was spotted on the court drinking from a Clorox bleach bottle, and gained a wave of new followers on Twitter.

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Trump assails recount push, claims millions voted illegally

There’s been no indication of widespread vote manipulation, illegal voting or hacking that materially affected the outcome one way or the other. It’s that very lack of evidence that suggests Trump is likely to prevail in recounts.

Protesters against the Dakota Access oil pipeline congregate Monday, Nov. 21, 2016, near Cannon Ball, N.D., on a long-closed bridge on a state highway near their camp in southern North Dakota. The bridge was the site of the latest skirmish between protesters and law officers, in which officers used tear gas, rubber bullets and pepper spray, and authorities say protesters assaulted officers with rocks and burning logs. (AP Photo/James MacPherson)

Pipeline protesters vow to stay camped on federal land

The Corps cited the oncoming winter and increasingly contentious clashes between protesters, who believe the pipeline could harm drinking water and Native American cultural sites, and police in a letter that directed the protestors to leave.