Tuesday, November 29: ‘Xenophobia’ declared word of the year

‘Xenophobia’ is Dictionary.com’s word of the year | Deadly plane crash in Colombia | Attack at Ohio State | Motive under investigation | Dylann Roof will defend himself in court | Government forces take control of eastern Aleppo | South Korean president lets parliament decide her future | Nazi guard loses appeal | Trump wins Michigan | Jill Stein begins process for Pennsylvania recount | Four-year high approval rating for Obama | Congressman named secretary of health and human services | Petraeus under consideration for secretary of state | Mitt Romney meeting on Tuesday | Trump’s latest Twitter binge | Castro memorial | First commercial US flight to Cuba in more than 50 years | Trump threatens Cuba relations | Anti-Trump elector in Texas resigns | Kellyanne Conway on the outs | Holocaust-themed Russian ice show | Tennessee wildfires | Zika strikes in Texas | Cyber Monday more popular than Black Friday | SlingTV’s DVR service | Time Inc. acquisition bid rejected | Versatile Fritz Weaver dead at 90 | Larry Wilmore returning to ABC | Thursday Night Football nearing the end? | Westbrook averaging a triple-double | Kanye still in the hospital | New Lil Wayne project | Metallica on top of the charts