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For now, Melania Trump plans to be long-distance first lady
It will be one of many unusual things about a Donald Trump administration: a long-distance first lady.
 
James Hetfield says Metallica makes music they want to hear
Inside a Brooklyn soundstage, Metallica has a relaxed vibe. The bandmates are making a music video for the single "Now That We're Dead" from their new album, "Hardwired. To Self-Destruct."
 
2 artworks in 1: Double-sided Pechstein on display
A new exhibit of Max Pechstein's "Still Life with Nude, Tile, and Fruit" takes viewers not only behind the scenes of the German artist's career, but also behind the painting itself.
 
Mannequin challenge accepted
Taylor Swift has celebrated Thanksgiving by enlisting her squad in a "mannequin challenge" video.
 
Just one year after he catapulted into the ranks of top pop stars, The Weeknd has returned with a sprawling new album in which his silky voice goes into steamier territory.
 
Revelers cheer amid police at Macy's turkey day parade
Santa Claus, giant cartoon balloons and whimsical floats were protected by sand-filled dump trucks and bomb-sniffing dogs as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade wound its way through the streets of Manhattan under heavy security.
 
Norman Foster picked for Prado expansion
British architecture superstar Norman Foster has been selected to renovate a 17th century building for an extension to Madrid's famous Prado museum, it said Thursday.
 
Roots revival: India's classical dance forms met with renewed popularity
Students elegantly curve their hands before breaking into synchronized footwork at a class in New Delhi, where growing numbers are signing up for Indian traditional dance classes rooted in Hindu mythology.
 
Talk about a memorable trip to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
 
Gambia gears up for election
A performer wearing a traditional kankurang mask, ceremonial attire of the Manding tribe worn during circumcisions and propitiatory ceremonies, dances in Brikama, Gambia, Nov. 24, during a rally ahead of the ruling APRC (The Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction), attended by the incumbent president, ahead of the Dec. 1 presidential election.
 
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