More than 11 million people enrolled nationwide.
The Senate will hold its first confirmation hearings this week
Intelligence officials published a 25-page version of the report
More than 200 of the girls remain missing
He appears to embrace Julian Assange's contention that Russia did not give Wikileaks emails hacked from top Democrats.
He's being charged with first-degree reckless homicide
President-elect picks former campaign rival for Cabinet role
"They are going to advise him on how to lead the country backwards."
As temperatures dipped toward the low 20s, tensions rise between police and protesters.
The president-elect gave journalists the slip on Tuesday night while dining with his family in New York City
Police says at least 500 people swarmed on streets in and around UCLA.
The lawsuit says four early voting spots stayed open too late
Police used pepper spray to disperse demonstrators trying to enter Dillard University, where the debate took place