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Ethics Violation In Congress? Here's Who Takes A Look
The US And South Korea Put Off Military Drills Until After Olympics
As Calif. Wildfires Come To An End, Dangerous Aftermath Begins
Michael Wolff's 'Fire And Fury' Book Will Be Released Early
It's Time For 'Animaniacs' (To Get A Reboot)
US Cuts Off Security Aid To Pakistan Over Terrorism Fight
Bannon-Trump Fight Could Splinter GOP's Populist Base In 2018
The Sale Of The Weinstein Co. May Approach A $500 Million Price Tag
The Cancer Death Rate Continues To Drop In The US
Geography Of Iran Protests Reveals An Unprecedented Uprising
Here's What You Need To Know About The 'Meltdown' And 'Spectre' Bugs
Trump Proposes Major Increases To Offshore Drilling
Climate Change And Pollution Are Stripping Oxygen From The Oceans
The Northeast Could Briefly Be Colder Than Mars
Warner Bros. Hires New Hero To Lead Its DC Movie Universe
The US Olympic Speedskating Team Already Made History This Year
Trump Lawyer Wants To Stop Publication Of 'Explosive' New Book
GOP Incumbent David Yancey Wins The Drawing For Virginia's House Seat
Companies Are Selling 'Raw Water,' But Should You Drink It?
Sessions Might Be Looking To Crack Down On Legal Marijuana
White House Says No More Personal Cellphones In The West Wing
New Year, New Problems For The GOP-Led Congress
Several Dead, Dozens Injured In South Africa Train Crash
Motel 6 Is In Big Trouble With Washington State
North Korea May Have Hit One Of Its Cities With A Ballistic Missile
Report Says Trump Administration Will Cut Off Some Aid To Pakistan
How Fashion Went From Elite to the Streets
Trump Ends Commission Tasked With Finding All Those Illegal Voters
Google Faces Another Gender Pay Discrimination Complaint
Netflix Is Giving Its Poorly-reviewed And Expensive 'Bright' A Sequel
Israel Plans To Deport Thousands Of Asylum-Seekers
At Least 48 Dead In Peru After Bus Falls More Than 260 Feet
Paul Manafort Is Challenging Robert Mueller's Authority
Iran Military Leader: 'Sedition' Is Over After 6 Days Of Protests
Tinnitus Ringing Might Be Treated With A New, Non-Invasive Method
Women-Led Films Dominated 2017's Box Office
President Trump Bashes His Former Adviser Bannon: 'He Lost His Mind'
Iceland Is Taking On The Gender Pay Gap Like No Other Country
What Is The So-Called 'Deep State' Trump Is Referencing?
East Coast Braces For A Winter 'Bomb Cyclone'
Spotify's Latest Copyright Lawsuit Is For $1.6 Billion
How Doug Jones Is Breaking The Senate Status Quo
Canadian Held Hostage In Afghanistan Now Faces Criminal Charges
NYC Is Installing More Barriers To Protect Against Vehicle Attacks
Mormon Church President Thomas Monson Dies At 90
North Korea Reopens Key Communication Line With South Korea
The Trials And Triumphs Of Third Parties In The US
Peter Thiel's Venture Capital Company Is Apparently Big Into Bitcoin
US, Israeli Moves Could Complicate Two-State Solution
Before Logan Paul, Aokigahara Was Already Misrepresented In The West
US Says It Supports 'Completely Spontaneous' Iran Protests
Shootings, Homicides In Chicago Drop After Historically Violent 2016
Koreas May Reopen Talks After North Accepts South's Invite To Olympics
Michele Bachmann May Be Eyeing Al Franken's Vacated Senate Seat
Women Are Joining Together To Defeat Workplace Harassment
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch Won't Seek Re-election In 2018
YouTube Star Releases Second Apology After Posting Video Of Dead Body
US Service Member Killed, 4 Others Injured In Afghanistan
Pakistan Holds An Emergency Security Meeting After Trump Tweet
Cosplay: When Nerd Culture Becomes Pop Culture
South Korea Proposes High-Level Talks With North Korea
2017 Was The Safest Year Ever For Commercial Air Travel
A Former Winner Is Now Going To Lead The Miss America Organization
Iran's Supreme Leader Blames 'Enemies' For Deadly Protests
Hoda Kotb Replaces Matt Lauer As 'Today' Show Co-Anchor
Millions Kick Off 2018 With Bitterly Cold Temperatures
2018 Brought Increased Minimum Wage In Many States And Cities
California Rings In The New Year With New Marijuana Laws
Chief Justice Roberts Orders Review Of Court Code Of Conduct
10 Americans Among 12 Killed In Costa Rica Plane Crash
As Many As 12 Iranians Dead As Protests Continue
Kim Jong-Un Seemed To Extend An Olive Branch To South Korea
Is The First Amendment In Danger In The Age Of Trump?
'The Last Jedi' Celebrates NYE By Passing $1B At The Box Office
​United Nations Secretary-General Calls For Unity In New Year
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Responds To Deadly Protests
Dayslong Anti-Government Protest In Iran Is Largest In Nearly A Decade
S. Korea Seizes Second Ship Suspected Of Transporting Oil To N. Korea
Sheriff Says Colorado Shooting Was An 'Ambush-Type' Attack On Officers
Trump Touts His 2017 Deregulation Efforts, But Experts Are Skeptical
Interior Department Rescinds Obama-Era Fracking Regulations
Thousands Rally Both For And Against Iranian Government
Activist Erica Garner Dies At 27
100 Days After Hurricane Maria, About Half Of Puerto Rico Has Power
DOJ Might Continue To Fight For Trump's Transgender Military Ban
State Dept. Releases Huma Abedin Emails From Clinton Investigation
Wichita Police Say 'Swatting' Prank Led To Man's Fatal Shooting
Trump Fires HIV/AIDS Advisory Council With No Explanation
GOP Tax Reform Could Cost Banks Billions — At First
South Korea Has Seized A Ship It Says Gave Oil To The North
Trump Says No DACA Deal Without A Border Wall
Las Vegas Will Have Snipers Watching Over Its New Year's Eve Party
American Girl's Newest Doll Is NASA-Approved
Hackers Took Over D.C. Police Cameras Before Trump's Inauguration
A Child Playing With A Stove Started The Deadly Bronx Apartment Fire
Why Our Food Has Fewer Nutrients Than Ever Before
'Dr. Phil' Accused Of Endangering The Health Of Guests With Addictions
'The Dick Van Dyke Show' Star Rose Marie Dies At 94
New York Is Heightening Counterterrorism Efforts For New Year's Eve
Apple Just Apologized For Its Battery Controversy