When's the best time to put up Christmas decorations? A homeowners association in San Antonio thinks it knows the answer, and it's not now.

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Take a look at 29 photos of the week from November 8 through November 14.

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Turkish leader returns Trump's "don't be a tough guy" letter. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on a letter spurned.

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A bank teller has been charged in connection with a home invasion at the residence of a customer who'd made a large withdrawal of money, authorities in Maryland said.

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The Cielo Vista Walmart reopened Thursday, almost four months after 22 people were killed in a mass shooting here.

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Two incidents of racist graffiti were reported in a matter of one week at Syracuse University in New York, and both are now under investigation, according to a university spokeswoman.

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On Sunday, Ford will announce what is possibly the biggest change ever in the 55-year history of the Mustang.

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CNN's Kyung Lah travels to the suburbs of Phoenix, Arizona, to find out how voters reacted to the first day of impeachment inquiry hearings.

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Elizabeth Warren is taking her clash with billionaires to their home turf.

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No one needs a flip phone in 2019, because no one makes calls anymore. The camera isn't great. The battery life stinks. The screen is plastic. The processor is slow. It's superdupercrazy expensive (think an iPhone 11, then double that). But ... I kinda want the new Motorola Razr.

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What were you doing on January 20, 2017?

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We live at a time when many Americans will happily proclaim, pronounce and prognosticate endlessly about politics. But despite the confidence of pundits, politicians and social media personalities, there's a startling blind spot in their understanding: what the other side actually believes.

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The rise and fall of Fitbit on Wall Street is a cautionary tale for other one-trick pony techs.

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Prosecutors in serious criminal cases like to start strong and finish strong to bring home a guilty verdict. They have to grab the attention of the jury before defense attorneys sully the water. Former federal prosecutor and Harvard Law grad, House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff, successfully executed the first part of this strategy, making a compelling case against President Donald Trump in a carefully crafted and smoothly delivered opening statement. He successfully brushed aside an assortment of "points of order" and other parliamentary procedure stalling tactics which were employed by the minority Republicans to disrupt the flow of the proceedings.

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Some Instagram users around the world will have to kiss their likes goodbye.

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