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Legendary Actor, Director And Author Dies At Age…

The 'Monthy Python' co-founder died after a long struggle with dementia.

Another Popular Clothing Store Announces…

The beloved mall retailer is expected to close nearly 100 stores as the chain grapples with drastic changes in consumer spending.

NHL Mascot Faces Bizarre Accusations

Police in Philadelphia are investigating a strange case: whether Flyers' mascot Gritty attacked a child at a publicity photo shoot.

Driver Doesn't Survive 337-Foot Jump Over River

A man fleeing police managed to hurtle his car across a river, though he paid with his life.

Weinstein Trial Begins With 'Graphic,' 'Vivid…

The former movie mogul's trail began with an opening statement NBC News calls 'lengthy and graphic.

Controversial Washington lawmaker spreads views…

A Washington state lawmaker whose actions surrounding an armed standoff with federal agents were dubbed "domestic terrorism'' in a recent report has for years been spreading his anti-government views to other Western states

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Trump Launches Scathing Attack On Mike Bloomberg…

President Trump slammed Mike Bloomberg.

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The South's Oldest Fast Food Chain Files For…

The beloved chain operates or franchises more than 300 restaurants throughout the South.

8 Foods You Should Stock up on in the Winter

8 Foods You Should Stock up on in the Winter Whether you’re preparing for an impending snowstorm or trying to educate yourself just in case, there are a number of essential items you should have stocked in your pantry. Here are the eight best foods to buy in preparation for winter. 1. Cold weather can lead to frozen pipes, which means bottled water is essential. 2. Because of its long shelf life, peanut butter is the perfect protein-packed snack. 3. If your power goes down, canned soup can be a handy meal, as it technically doesn’t need to be cooked. 4. Carb-filled and perfectly paired with peanut butter, bread is an affordable and filling option. 5. With a variety of different types available, crackers are cheap and perfect for munching. 6. Not only is canned tuna packed full of proteins, it can also be safely eaten without being cooked. 7. Honey tastes great on almost everything and has an incredibly long shelf life. 8. Grab your favorite granola and protein bars. These long-lasting snacks are packed with fiber and protein.

Suspect in Alleged Assault Is 7 Feet Tall, Orange…

Police in Philadelphia are investigating a strange case: whether Flyers' mascot Gritty punched a kid during a publicity photo shoot. The NHL team says it investigated and found nothing to support the allegation, but the 13-year-old boy's father is pressing the case, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer . The controversy began at...

This Is Not A Drill: Taco Bell Is Bringing Back…

Nacho Fries fans rejoice! Taco Bell is bringing back its coveted Nacho Fries on January 30. Ever since Nacho Fries first came out in 2018, fans have been clamoring for their permanent return. For the uninitiated, a nacho fry is basically a fry dusted with "Mexican-inspired" seasoning and dipped in queso. The return of the cult-favorite will feature three varieties: plain, loaded, and burrito. According to Business Insider, this time, the delicious snack will also come with an optional twist: buffalo chicken. Now, nacho fry lovers can take their tangy, buffalo sauce-smothered french fries and have them stuffed inside a burrito. For the same price, the fries in traditional and burrito-style will be available for $2.99, right alongside the classic version.

World Leaders Gather In Commemoration Of Holocaust

The World Holocaust Forum marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

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Why winter weather can trigger migraines

Medical experts say sudden changes in the weather and winter storms can be triggers for people who live with migraines.

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Trailer for 'Lamp Life' starring Jim Hanks, Annie Potts

From World Court, a 'Triumph of International…

It's only the first step to address a lawsuit filed by Gambia accusing Myanmar of genocide, but an International Court of Justice decision this week is being applauded by the former as "a triumph of international justice." Per Reuters , a 17-member panel from the court at the Hague issued a...

AP Explains: How climate change feeds Africa…

Locusts by the millions are chomping their way across a large part of Africa in the worst outbreak some places have seen in 70 years

Amazing Video Shows A Fireball Over Canadian Skies

Check out this video of a fireball.

Tulsi Gabbard Is Suing Hillary Clinton for…

Tulsi Gabbard Is Suing Hillary Clinton for Defamation The Hawaii congresswoman's lawsuit claims she has suffered damages estimated in excess of $50 million. The suit alleges former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lied about Gabbard's ties to Russia during a 2019 podcast interview. Clinton said she felt one female candidate was being "groomed" to be a third-party candidate. Clinton would go on to label this person as a "favorite" of the Russians. When later asked if Clinton was referring to Gabbard, Clinton's spokesman, Nick Merrill, replied, "If the nesting doll fits." While it's unclear if the lawsuit stands a chance of succeeding, the news puts Gabbard back into the headlines. The Democratic presidential candidate will likely need as much publicity as possible ahead of the Iowa caucuses in February.

Cops: Utah Teen Killed His Family Over Many Hours

A 16-year-old boy has been charged with the murders of his mother and three siblings in what's believed to be Utah's biggest mass shooting in 13 years. Authorities say Colin Jeffery "CJ" Haynie sought to kill everyone in his Grantsville home except himself and nearly succeeded Friday. Consuelo Alejandra Haynie,...

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Airlines Are Revamping 'Emotional Support' Animal…

The U.S. Department of Transportation is looking to crack down on emotional support animals on flights. The practice of bringing non-service-trained animals onto commercial flights has become an embattled topic. The DOT announced Wednesday it is seeking public input on proposed changes to current rules. Under current policies, travelers are allowed to fly with pets, which include everything from hamsters to reptiles. The rules would, among other changes, allow carriers to limit the number of service animals per person, to just two. According to Gizmodo, the rules would also require the animal to fit in the space between the owner’s feet on the aircraft. The public now has 60 days to comment on the proposed changes.

Coronavirus Puts Chinese Cities On Lockdown…

Authorities shut down operations at train stations and the airport in Wuhan on Thursday, where more than 11 million people call home.