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Official: Law enforcement officers hurt serving warrant

An official says multiple law enforcement officers have been injured while serving an arrest warrant in Harrisburg

Incredible Underwater Video Shows Photographer…

A photographer had a wild photo shoot with some sea lions.

Saudi Arabia Screens First Films In Decades…

Saudi Arabia is allowing movies to be shown in theaters for the first time since the early 1980s.

The National Debt Is $20 Trillion, And That's A…

The national debt level has climbed into the trillions over the last few decades.

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Underwear dance proves risky business for Russian cadets

An underwear dance video filmed in a college dorm has turned out to be risky business for some Russian cadet pilots

Hot and bothered: Temperatures rise, seeds fall…

On a day when shade was a valuable commodity in the searing heat at Melbourne Park, Roger Federer played it cool at the Australian Open

Trump tries to protect medical providers who oppose abortion

Trump administration creating an office aimed at protecting the religious rights of medical providers, including those who oppose abortion

The Latest: Europe storm: Falling tree kills man…

A falling tree has killed a 59-year-old man at a camping site near the Dutch-German border as a gusty storm lashed parts of Europe

South's slow-motion freeze leaves vexing blanket…

Several Southern states were dealing with the lingering effects of a slow-moving winter storm that dumped up to 12 inches of snow in central North Carolina, dusted the deep South and killed at least 10 people

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Researchers: Hacking campaign linked to Lebanese spy agency

Researchers say a major hacking operation tied to Lebanon's main intelligence agency has been revealed after careless spies left hundreds of gigabytes of stolen data exposed to the open internet

They Were Being Pounded by Waves. Then the Drone Came

In what the deputy premier of New South Wales is calling a "historic" rescue, two teens were saved from choppy surf thanks to a drone that dropped an inflatable safety device to them—all as it recorded the rescue. The BBC reports that Aussie lifeguards were still testing how to...

Mortgage rates rise: 30-year hits 4.04 percent

Mortgage rates rise: 30-year hits 4.04 percent, 15-year 3.49 percent

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New Mexico state police say 5 people have died in a helicopter crash and 1 person was seriously injured

New Mexico state police say 5 people have died in a helicopter crash and 1 person was seriously injured

Official: A US marshal has been killed, 2 other officers wounded serving warrant in Pennsylvania

Official: A US marshal has been killed, 2 other officers wounded serving warrant in Pennsylvania

Here are Some Differences Between Cat And Dog…

Your favorite, music, movies and hobbies could help identify whether you like cats or dogs. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

The Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan Dies…

London police say she died in an "unexplained" fashion and that they're investigating.

President Trump's 'Fake News Awards' Present A…

There might be a legal reason the "awards" were presented on the GOP's blog instead of a White House site.

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With Amazon, you can have all of your favorite household supplies delivered right to your door.

In TV interview, Farrow describes alleged Allen assault

In her first televised interview, Dylan Farrow described in detail Woody Allen's alleged sexual assault of her, and called actors who work in Woody Allen films "complicit" in perpetuating a "culture of silence."

Son rising to celebrated status in Premier League

Son Heung-min is in the form of his life at Tottenham at the start of a year when he will help carry South Korea's hopes at the World Cup and maybe the Asian Games

Report: HHS to Offer 'Conscience Protections' for…

A planned Health and Human Services initiative would offer "conscience protections" for medical workers, and women's and LGBT rights advocates are teaming up with doctors' groups to push back against it before it's even announced. It appears a new civil rights division within the HHS would offer protections for doctors,...

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SpaceX test fire of Falcon Heavy rocket will…

The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry, as has been the case for SpaceX virtually any time the private aerospace manufacturer and transport service company attempts to launch a rocket. First set for last Thursday at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the test fire of the Falcon Heavy rocket was delayed to this Monday, then Tuesday, and has now been rescheduled for Friday afternoon (though that date is also subject to change). The Falcon Heavy is not only the most powerful rocket in the SpaceX arsenal -- it has been called "the most powerful rocket this generation has ever seen." Designed to one day bring humans to the Moon or Mars, the rocket can carry double the cargo of the next closest rocket, and is comprised of three Falcon 9 nine-engine cores. Elon Musk and the SpaceX team want to launch the Falcon Heavy before the end of the month if possible, but that won't be possible until the test fire takes place. Emri Kelly said in a report for Florida Today yesterday that "SpaceX is targeting no earlier than 3:30 p.m. Eastern time Friday for a test fire of its Falcon Heavy rocket at Kennedy Space Center. Teams have six hours, or until 9:30 p.m., to briefly fire the 27 Merlin engines." You can learn more about why the test fire was delayed on Teslarati, but providing everything goes according to plan on Friday, SpaceX will then gear up for the Falcon Heavy's inaugural flight in the coming days. The only way to watch the static test will be through Spaceflight Now's subscription service, but the Kennedy Space Center will offer viewing of the actual launch, pending the scheduled launch time and NASA approval.

Moscow Saw the Sun a Grand Total of 6 Minutes…

If Russian winters weren't miserable and dreary, we wouldn't have Tolstoy and Dostoevsky. In fact, the month of December 2000 saw just three hours of sunlight in Moscow, the New York Times reports. That benchmark was just shattered, however, with Moscow experiencing its "darkest December" ever, the paper notes, soaking...

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