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Music Industry Rocked By Death Of Rising Star

The young artist from Chicago who was just starting to make his mark in the music industry, died Sunday at age 21.

Clinton Donors Charged In Massive Scheme

Major Hillary Clinton donors have been charged in a massive campaign-finance scheme.

Hollywood Bids Farewell To Beloved Actor

The longtime TV and film star was 79 years old.

Trump Complains About Having To Flush Toilet '10…

The president is ordering his administration to look into a 'problem' with weak-flushing toilets.

A Thousand Memes, It Launched: Baby Yoda Breaks…

'The Mandalorian' might be the show's title character, but his traveling companion is the one stealing hearts and headlines.

Timeline of Russia's doping cases and cover-ups

The World Anti-Doping Agency has banned Russia from the Olympics and other major sporting events for four years but many athletes will likely be allowed to compete as neutral athletes

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Biotech Company Unveils $1 Million Treatment To…

A company has unveiled a treatment to reverse aging.

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This Day in History: John Lennon Is Shot

The outspoken rock icon was entering his Manhattan apartment when Chapman shot him four times at close range.

This Day in History: John Lennon Is Shot (Sunday…

This Day in History: John Lennon Is Shot December 8, 1980 The 40-year-old former member of the Beatles was shot and killed by obsessed fan Mark David Chapman. The outspoken rock icon was entering his Manhattan apartment when Chapman shot him four times at close range with a .38-caliber revolver. Lennon was rushed to the hospital but died en route. He had given Chapman an autograph earlier in the day. Chapman voluntarily remained at the scene of the shooting until he was arrested by police. Demonstrations of mourning were held all over the world. Deemed a borderline psychotic, Chapman pleaded guilty to murder and remains in Attica prison. Lennon is memorialized in a section of Central Park known as "Strawberry Fields."

Nasty Fight Over Casey Kasem's Estate Reaches…

Family members of the longtime 'American Top 40' host claimed widow's actions led to the legend's death.

Report: Base Shooter Filed Complaint About…

Seven months before Friday's mass shooting at Pensacola Naval Air Station , Saudi 2nd Lt. Mohammed Alshamrani complained that he had been humiliated by one of his instructors at the base. The New York Times reports that the 21-year-old Saudi Air Force trainee filed a formal complaint saying he was "infuriated"...

Linda Ronstadt Calls Out Mike Pompeo

Linda Ronstadt called out Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at a State Department event. According to CNN, the singer was one of the Kennedy Center honorees. Pompeo introduced Ronstadt by asking and referencing her song: “I just want to know when I will be loved?” When Ronstadt got the microphone she told Pompeo he will be loved when he “stops enabling Donald Trump.” While the singer is a known critic of the president, Pompeo did not see her direct attack on him coming.

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House Judiciary Committee Lays Out What It…

The House Judiciary Committee cited the Constitution and impeachment history to lay out what acts it might consider impeachable.

All season or winter tires?

As the winter season approaches and the roads are plagued with winter weather, an important question arises: do you need winter tires, or are you fine with all season tires?

Free Guy

Trailer for 'Free Guy' starring Jodie Comer, Taika Waititi, Ryan Reynolds, Joe Keery, LilRel Howery

Saudis Lift Strict Restaurant Rule About Women

Saudi Arabia has moved a little further into the 21st century—or, at least, the 20th—with the easing of another ultra-strict regulation. Officials have announced that restaurants will no longer be required to have a separate entrance for women and families, the BBC reports. Until now, dining establishments were...

Official: China hopes for US trade pact as tariff…

A Chinese official says Beijing wants prompt settlement of its trade war with Washington

Viral Video Of Dolphin Repeatedly Slamming Head…

A vial dolphin video is sparking outrage.

This Day in History: Pearl Harbor Is Bombed…

This Day in History: Pearl Harbor Is Bombed December 7, 1941 360 Japanese warplanes carried out the Sunday morning surprise attack on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor. 2,400 Americans were killed in the attack and another 1,200 were wounded. Five U.S. battleships, three destroyers and seven other ships were either destroyed or sunk. Japan lost fewer than 100 men during the attack. The next day, following President Franklin Roosevelt's "Infamy" speech, Congress recognized a state of war between the U.S. and Japan. America had entered World War II. Three days later, war was declared on the U.S. by Germany and Italy. The American contribution to the successful Allied war effort cost more than 400,000 American lives.

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Trump Unloads on Fox News

Looks like President Trump flicked on the TV, put his feet up, and—"Pathetic!" he tweeted Sunday after seeing Rep. Eric Swalwell and other Democrats appear on Fox News, per USA Today . "Don't get why @FoxNews puts losers on like @RepSwalwell (who got ZERO as presidential candidate before quitting), Pramila...

Watchdogs Warn Of Big Tech's 'Tentacles' Creeping…

“Big Tech” companies may have to share data on financial services customers with banks and fintech firms to prevent unfair competition. Reuters reports Facebook’s plan for its Libra “stablecoin” cryptocurrency is facing intense scrutiny. Meanwhile, a global body of financial regulators said that Big Tech’s growing tentacles raised questions for financial stability, competition and data privacy.