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Romney's Impeachment Statement Sends Shockwaves…

Can Romney put together the magic number needed to make big change to impeachment's course?

The World Reacts To Kobe Bryant's Shocking Death

Players, coaches, entertainers and politicians are expressing their sadness over the NBA legend's tragic death.

Billie Eilish Just Did What No Female Artist Has…

The 2020 Grammys are in the books, and the night was a record-breaking one for 18-year-old Billie Eilish.

Skydiver's Parachute Malfunctions In Chilling…

This skydiver's main parachute malfunctioned and got tangled up in her reserve shoot.

Bolton Book Revelations Leave Republicans In…

Explosive story from former national security adviser John Bolton increases pressure on Republicans to call him as a witness.

Penske drivers ready to perform after huge…

Team Penske's three NASCAR drivers combined to win six races last year

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Restoration Reveals 150-Year-Old Bee Nests On…

A cathedral restoration in Panama revealed roughly 150-year-old nests built by very elusive bees.

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These Are The 10 Most Powerful Countries Of 2020

These are the countries wielding the most influence as the Trump era unfolds.

Demi Lovato Releases New Single After 2020 Grammys

Demi Lovato Releases New Single After 2020 Grammys Lovato performed "Anyone" at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night. The single, written days before her overdose in July 2018, was released following the performance. Lovato was so emotional at the start of the performance that she had to stop and start the song over. The audience gave Lovato a standing ovation following the performance. The performance was Lovato's first live performance since her nearly fatal overdose. The pop star thanked everyone on Instagram for their support last night. Demi Lovato, via Instagram Lovato will also be performing the national anthem at Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2 in Miami.

Deaths Reported After Massive Fire Engulfs 35…

Boaters leaped into the water to escape a fire that consumed at least 35 vessels docked along the Tennessee River.

Emails Refute Pompeo's Version of Testy NPR…

Mike Pompeo says journalist Mary Louise Kelly "lied" to him regarding his Friday interview on NPR's All Things Considered , which ended with an expletive-filled tirade after Kelly asked the secretary of state about Ukraine. But emails appear to support Kelly's side of things. While Pompeo said during the interview that...

'NBA 2K20' Players Pay Tribute To Kobe Bryant…

The death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant didn’t just affect sports fans but gamers as well. "NBA 2K20," a popular basketball game, paid tribute to Bryant with a banner acknowledging his death in the game. According to Business Insider, gamers are taking it a step further with their own personal tributes. Players have intentionally suffered 24-second shot clock violations and 8-second half-court violations. These violations are made to honor the two numbers Bryant wore in the Los Angeles Lakers.

President Trump's Surprising Take On Bernie And…

In a recording of a private 2018 dinner, the president can be heard making interesting comments about the 2 prominent Democrats.

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Trump Has Had A Lot Of Immigration Plans — Here…

The president has said he'll build a border wall, cancel funding for sanctuary cities and remove undocumented immigrants, among other things.

Impeachment Manager Will Miss Part Of Trial As…

One of the House's seven impeachment managers is going to have to miss parts of President Trump's trial.

Weather was a factor in Kobe Bryant's helicopter…

The basketball world mourns the death of Kobe Bryant who was killed on Jan. 26, in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, along with his daughter Gianna.

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Trailer for 'Matching Hearts' starring Ashley Alexander, Ryan Paevey

Weinstein Accuser Shares Tampon Detail in Court

In an account that the AP reports was delivered amidst sobs, former production assistant Mimi Haleyi on Monday testified that Harvey Weinstein forcibly performed oral sex on her in July 2006. Her allegation is one of two that led to Weinstein being charged, and the 42-year-old detailed that allegation on...

Woman behind 'fired up' Obama campaign chant…

The South Carolina woman credited with creating a memorable slogan and chant that epitomized Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign has endorsed Tom Steyer's presidential bid

'High Bay Bob' Photobombs Mars 2020 Rover In NASA…

NASA recently live streamed video that, at first, looks like a bunch of people in white lab suits working hard to get the Mars 2020 rover ready for take-off.

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CDC Confirms Case of Coronavirus in Arizona

CDC Confirms Case of Coronavirus in Arizona The Center for Disease Control's latest confirmation brings the total number of U.S. cases to five. The patient has been described as "a member of the Arizona State University community who does not live in university housing." The first two cases were confirmed in Chicago and Seattle, with two more confirmed in California. All five U.S. patients had traveled to Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the outbreak. The CDC is currently investigating 100 people for the new strain of coronavirus, 25 of which have already tested negative.

The Others Killed When Kobe's Helicopter Went Down

Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, were just two of the nine people who died Sunday when the helicopter they were riding in went down in the hills just outside Los Angeles, killing everyone on board, as it was en route to a basketball tournament at Bryant's Mamba Sports...