Rio de Janeiro’s top samba schools danced and sang hard Monday as millions of other Brazilians did the same during nationwide Carnival celebrations that ridiculed local and world leaders, called for tolerance and pushed the boundaries of just about everything.


60


WashingtonPost

Latest News

FOX: Cambodian official says Khmer Rouge tribunal's work is done

BBC: Dominic Raab: 'We need to support our prime minister'

Los Angeles Times: A tofurky trot, a tennis tournament and an estate tour round out Thanksgiving weekend

Los Angeles Times: There's still time to find getaway savings for the long Thanksgiving weekend

Los Angeles Times: An ugly incident adds more stress to an already difficult situation

Los Angeles Times: What to know about every AFC team heading into Week 11

USA Today: Stock markets love gridlock, and other things to be thankful for this holiday

Jpost: Man apologizes for yelling ‘Heil Hitler’ during ‘Fiddler’ show

Haaretz: Why I'm raining on Macy's 'Jewish unity' Charade-Parade in Jerusalem

WashingtonPost: Pope prays for those stricken by California wildfires

WashingtonPost: Is Trump country really better off under Trump? No. It’s falling further behind.

WashingtonPost: Washington State win a prolific precursor to college football’s jam packed week ahead

NewYorkTimes: Loose Ends: Safe Topics to Discuss This Holiday Season

NewYorkTimes: Sheep Without Shepherds

NewYorkTimes: Democrats, Don’t Procrastinate on America’s Health

FOX: Cambodian official says Khmer Rouge tribunal's work is done

CNN: Morning news briefing from CNN

CNN: May's let EU 'blackmail and bully' Britain, ex-Brexit minister says

CNN: 10 great places to spend New Year's Eve

BBC: Scotland lament 'might-have-beens' after South Africa loss

USA Today: Florida's disorganized ballot counting exposed the dark underbelly of election systems

USA Today: Stock markets love gridlock, and other things to be thankful for this holiday

Reuters: Golf: Molinari crowned Race to Dubai champion after Fleetwood misses out