By TIME Staff
December 1, 2014

Janay Rice: Ray Told the Truth

In an exclusive NBC interview, Janay says she believes fans will forget the video of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice beating her. An arbitrator overruled Ray’s indefinite suspension on Friday, calling it “arbitrary” and an “abuse of discretion”

Amazon’s Robot Army

A workforce of advanced robots at the core of Amazon’s fulfillment centers is helping the retail giant get your stuff home on time

Hong Kong Protests Turn Violent

The night marked a major reversal in direction for what student leaders have long maintained was a movement principled in nonviolence

Rams Players Use ‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot’ Pose

Five St. Louis Rams players took the field for Sunday’s home game against the Oakland Raiders with a “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” pose that has been used by protesters in Ferguson, Mo., and across the country recently

Black Friday Sees Spending Slump

The total amount of spending for the weekend is expected to fall from $57.4 billion to $50.9 billion, an 11% decline from last year. Per-person spending is expected to hit $380.95 for the weekend, a 6.4% drop

U.N. Mission Warns That Ebola Still Poses Global Threat

The head of the U.N. Ebola mission in West Africa says there is a “huge risk” of the Ebola outbreak expanding beyond the hard-hit countries there. “That is why it is so important to get down to zero cases as quickly as possible,” he said

Body of Missing OSU Player Kosta Karageorge Found

The body of an Ohio State University football player who had been missing for five days was found in Columbus on Sunday, according to school officials. Kosta Karageorge, a 22-year-old OSU defensive lineman and wrestler, went missing early Wednesday

Ferguson Cop Darren Wilson Resigned After ‘Credible Threats’

An attorney for Darren Wilson, the white Ferguson cop involved in the August shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, said it took Wilson “two minutes” to resign after being told of threats against the police department and officers

Republican Governors Start Slow on White House Campaigns

While 2016 presidential hopefuls such as Senator Rand Paul and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are moving ahead with White House runs, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and other Republican governors are biding their time

Watch the New Better Call Saul Teaser Trailer

Viewers watching The Walking Dead mid-season finale on Sunday evening were treated to the first teaser trailer for AMC’s new show Better Call Saul. The Breaking Bad spinoff starring Bob Odenkirk will debut over two nights beginning Feb. 8

Safety Conversation Gets Louder With Two Cricket Fatalities

Two days after the demise of Australian cricket star Phillip Hughes, an Israeli umpire was also killed after getting hit by a cricket ball, further throwing the safety of the sport commonly known as the “gentleman’s game” into the international spotlight

Girl Scout Cookie Sales Go Digital

For the first time in nearly 100 years, Girl Scouts of the USA will allow its young go-getters to push their wares using a mobile app or personalized websites. But only if their scout councils and guardians say O.K.

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