"Hugo" stars Asa Butterfield and Chloe Moretz in the story of an orphan living in a train station who must unravel a mystery involving wind-up toys. Sacha Baron Cohen provides the comedic relief as a bumbling railroad inspector.
A new Gallup poll has revealed Congress' approval rating has hit an all-time low of 10 percent, dropping from 13 percent in January. Here's a list of 10 things that amazingly, more Americans have approved of than the current Congress.
The following are select photographs from the U.S. National Archives' collection of World War I collection, featuring photographs and posters from the Great War. The full collection can be seen at the National Archives' Flickr page.
Occupy protesters converged on Bank of America Plaza in Los Angeles on November 17, 2011. Police arrested 47 people, including two who tried to break through a police line and were arrested on suspicion of assault on a police officer. The others were arrested on suspicion of trespassing.
About 32,000 people massed near Wall Street and elsewhere in New York on the Occupy movement's two-month anniversary, also marked in 30 other cities. A total of 276 arrests were made in the city throughout the day.
The U.S. National Archives recently released a series of photos from its Heritage Months and Holidays collection, commemerating every celebratory day from Christmas to the Fourth of July. The full collection is available at the National Archives' Flickr page.
A group of Occupy demonstrators pitched tents and took over a Bank oF America branch to protest tuition increases in San Francisco on November 16, 2011. Police later arrested and removed the protesters.
George Clooney, Stacy Keibler, and cast of the motion picture dramatic comedy "The Descendants", attend the premiere of the film at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, in Beverly Hills on November 15, 2011. UPI/Jim Ruymen
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