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A special choir made up of 22 children arrived in Atlanta to kick off their tour across the country to raise money for food for fellow orphans in Uganda. The money raised by their songs provides 5 million meals a year.
After plans for a wedding seemed to be going nowhere, a groom took matters into his own hands and planned a surprise flash mob wedding for his bride-to-be.
For 40 years, a slim spruce covered in tinsel and dusty Christmas decorations has stayed parked in a Wisconsin man's living room. He's waiting for all six of his sons to return home to be together at Christmas.
It's a sunny, windy, warm day in Canon City, Colorado. The best kind for Jeweleen Reiter and what she likes to do.
Moviegoers celebrate the release of 'The Interview.' Sony originally pulled the movie after hackers threatened violence against theaters showing the film on Christmas Day.
A second night of protests took place in Berkeley, Missouri, after a police officer shot and killed an armed teen.
A statement from the Centers for Disease Control says a worker may have been exposed to Ebola.
USA TODAY'S Carly Mallenbaum interviews USA TODAY science contributor Traci Watson about the highs and lows in science over the past year.
USA TODAY's Gregg Zoroya spends time with U.S. soldiers in Liberia who are working to make a difference in a battle of a different kind as they work to fight Ebola.
Josh Brolin, one of the stars of the new movie 'Inherent Vice' sat down with USA TODAY to talk about some of his vices. Video shot by Todd Plitt.