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Americans get ready for the busiest travel week of the year
Plus, singer and actress Della Reese has died at the age of 86.
Duncan, Stockton headline college hoops Hall of Fame class
Tim Duncan and John Stockton, who became stars in college and icons in the NBA, headline the 2017 class that was inducted into the Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame
Garth Brooks: 'You are a lucky person' to sit at Trisha Yearwood's Thanksgiving table
The country superstar said his wife "opens up the house" to all their friends and family stuck in Nashville for the holiday, adding, "Everything she makes is fantastic."
Officials try to identify 'John Doe' convicted in fraud case
A foreign national stole an American man's identity, then lived in the U.S. for at least 20 years and committed Social Security and voter fraud, federal officials said.
Interior watchdog faults Zinke for incomplete travel records
The Interior Department's internal watchdog says Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has failed to keep complete records of his taxpayer-finance travel, hampering an investigation into his use of private charter flights for government business
US unemployment benefits rise 10,000 to 249,000
US unemployment benefits edge up to still-low 249,000 with overall benefits near 44-year low
Hurricanes leave hoop fans seeking paradise in Lynchburg
The relocated Puerto Rico Tip-Off and Paradise Jam tournaments open play this week in temporary homes due to hurricane damage
Hurricane survivors continue their road to recovery over two months later
This year's storm season cost upwards of $300 billion, on top of the already $1.2 trillion in damage caused by weather and climate disasters since the 1980s.
Robin Roberts shares personal videos from Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands
The "GMA" anchor shares videos she took while traveling to some of the areas most affected by hurricanes, as communities still work to recover from the natural disasters weeks later.
Hurricane victims in US Virgin Islands receive thousands of boxes of supplies through Adopt-a-Family program
Two strangers who met on social media joined forces to create a program that is now sending thousands of packages of much-needed supplies to hurricane victims in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Pam Engle and Sabrina Jureidini first met online in the aftermath of the destruction wrought by