By TIME Staff
November 20, 2014

Buffalo Braces for More Snow

National weather forecasters are predicting that yet another 1 to 3 ft. of snow will likely fall over western New York during the next 48 hours, after a mammoth winter storm earlier this week. Snow loads on buildings may be reaching “critical levels”

Timeline: The Cosby Allegations

Decade-old accusations that Bill Cosby drugged and raped or molested numerous women have resurfaced in recent weeks

Mike Nichols Dies at Age 83

The legendary director and husband of Diane Sawyer, who won the Oscar for Best Director for 1967’s ‘The Graduate,’ died suddenly Wednesday

Republicans Gird for an Immigration Fight With Obama

Republicans are weighing how to stop President Barack Obama from taking unilateral action on immigration policy, but are finding their legislative and legal options limited. “We’re struggling to figure out what our real options are,” one lawmaker said

3 Wounded in Florida State University Shooting

An unidentified gunman was shot and killed by police after opening fire at Florida State University’s Strozier Library just after midnight on Thursday. At least three individuals are being treated at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare hospital for gunshot wounds

National Book Awards Winners Announced

The National Book Foundation hosted the ceremony recognizing authors in fiction, nonfiction, poetry and young people’s literature. Science fiction and fantasy author Ursula K. Le Guin was presented with the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters

Records Reveal Divide on Ferguson Police Tactics

Emails to and from Missouri’s top public-safety officials show the captain placed in charge of security in Ferguson after Michael Brown’s death was vilified and praised for attempting to replace authorities’ militarized approach with a more sympathetic one

Sony Drops Steve Jobs Biopic

An upcoming Steve Jobs biopic starring Michael Fassbender as the Apple co-founder has reportedly been dropped by Sony Pictures for as yet unconfirmed reasons. The film will now be offered to other studios, with Universal expressing interest

Multiple Fractures for Bono in NYC Bicycle Accident

An injury to U2 singer Bono after what was described by the group as a “cycling spill” left him with multiple fractures that required him to undergo two surgeries. Bono was in a “high-energy bicycle accident” when he was trying to avoid another cyclist on Sunday

Facebook Shuttle Drivers Will Unionize

Facebook’s shuttle-bus drivers voted to unionize on Wednesday in an effort to secure higher wages and better shifts. They currently work two three-hour shifts in the morning and evening with a six-hour gap in between

NBA Suspends Hornets Forward Jeffery Taylor for 24 Games

Taylor was arrested Sept. 25 and charged with assault, misdemeanor domestic assault and misdemeanor malicious destruction of property, later pleading guilty to the latter two charges on Oct. 29. The assault charge was dropped as a part of his plea deal

I’m Not Autistic, Says Seinfeld

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has backtracked on recent comments he made stating that he was on the autism spectrum. Seinfeld said he does not fall on the spectrum, contrary to an interview with NBC a few weeks prior in which he said that he did

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