The extremist group kidnapped over 300 schoolgirls in northern Nigeria in April, setting off a worldwide campaign for their release that has since lost steam as their captivity continues. Boko Haram is still holding an estimated 219 girls. Many fear the girls are being sexually abused and might have been sold into slavery.
- Protesters marched in Chicago for the second night in a row after the release of a video showing the police shooting of black teen Laquan McDonald. ›
- Frank Gifford's family says the NFL star had CTE, the degenerative brain disease linked to football. He died in August. ›
- And President Obama actually made his daughters laugh at the annual White House turkey pardon. ›