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'I Know It's Terrible': Whoopi Makes Personal…

Whoopi Goldberg takes an unpopular stand on her daytime talk show, and refuses to back down.

Democrat's Live TV Interview Derailed By Nasty…

Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell was talking to Chris Matthews of MSNBC's Hardball when nature called.

US Mass Shooters Have 4 Things in Common

A study of mass shooters has found four factors that connect nearly all of them.

Fast Food Chain's New Burger Sparks Major…

The popular sandwich is now at the center of a class-action lawsuit, which was filed in federal court on Monday.

Shocking Video Shows Jayme Closs Kidnapper's Wild…

The Wisconsin man accused of kidnapping teen Jayme Closs and murdering her parents can be seen throwing punches and dodging hits inside a New Mexico prison.

Lowe's 3Q profit buoyed by strong economy; lifts…

Lowe’s 3Q adjusted profit topped analysts’ expectations, helped by a strong economy and sales to contractors

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Tuesday's Hearings Called a 'Very Bad Day' for…

Tuesday's impeachment hearings were a "great day for Republicans," President Trump tweeted —but many analysts disagree. After Lt. Col Alexander Vindman and Jennifer Williams, a Mike Pence aide, testified in the morning, the House Intelligence Committee heard from Kurt Volker, the former special envoy to Ukraine, and Timothy Morrison, a...

2 U.S. Soldiers Killed In Helicopter Crash In…

The U.S. military is investigating the crash, but it said preliminary reports suggest the incident wasn't "caused by enemy fire."

Town Finds New Use for Hitler's Birth House

The building where Adolf Hitler came into this world will not become a shrine to Nazism, authorities in Austria have vowed. Officials say the 500-year-old house in Braunau am Inn, which the government expropriated after a lengthy legal battle , is going to become a police station, the BBC reports. The...

Target enters the holiday season strong

Target feeling the holiday cheer reports surging profits and sales

Pregnant Woman Killed by Dogs During Hunt

Authorities in France are testing 93 dogs to determine which of them attacked and killed a pregnant woman. Prosecutor Frederic Trinh says the 29-year-old woman died from "bleeding after several dog bites to the upper and lower limbs and the head" after she was attacked Saturday in forest land outside...

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Thousands Of Indiana Teachers March For Funding…

The Indiana State Teachers Association organized the rally, which led half of the school districts in Indiana to close for the day.

Fox Hosts Advised Against It. Trump Weighs In…

President Trump on Tuesday weighed in on the resumption of impeachment hearings, though two Fox News hosts had advised him to refrain. "What is going on is a disgrace and it’s an embarrassment to our nation,” Trump told reporters, per the Hill . His Twitter feed also filled up with retweets...

The Latest: Israeli kingmaker won’t endorse a PM…

The Latest: Israeli kingmaker Lieberman won’t endorse a candidate for PM, pushes nation toward new election

Deal Creates Newspaper Giant That Now Needs to…

The $1.1 billion purchase of Gannett—publisher of USA Today —by GateHouse closed Tuesday, creating a newspaper industry goliath and starting a search for $300 million in yearly spending cuts. The new company, which will be called Gannett, will own about 260 daily newspapers and hundreds of weeklies, the...

FCC Chair Makes Case To Establish 988 As U.S…

The FCC hopes giving the National Suicide Prevention Hotline a three-digit number will help more people reach it.

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US Mass Shooters Have 4 Things in Common: Study

A new, comprehensive study of mass shooters—covering every killing of at least four people in a public place since 1966—has found four factors that connect nearly all of them. The Violence Project compiled data starting with the University of Texas shootings, when 15 people were shot to death...

In first since 2002, EU not forcing any states to…

For the first time since 2002, the European Commission is not taking legal action against any of its members over high budget deficits or debt, and is instead encouraging some to spend more to help the economy