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US Special Forces Being Pushed To The Breaking…

Repeated deployments by US special forces have affected discipline within the ranks, says a Pentagon report.

Man Charged With Killing 5 Of His Children

A man about to be released from a California prison has been arrested after new DNA evidence surfaced.

Trump Launches Attack Against The 'Dumbest Man On…

The president retaliated against a popular CNN reporter for mocking his supporters during an on-air segment.

Uninstall This Popular Antivirus Software If You…

It’s among the oldest adages in tech, the one about that product you think is free not really being free at all.

Massive Earthquake Rips Through Popular Tourist…

Powerful magnitude 7.7 earthquake has struck south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica.

Impeachment gives Romney a chance to assert…

Republican Sen. Mitt Romney is having another big moment as he defies Republican leaders at President Donald Trump's impeachment trial

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1,000-Year-Old Anglo-Saxon Structure May Have…

A remarkable structure may have been uncovered in the U.K.

Romney's Impeachment Statement Has Republicans…

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

More Americans Went to the Library Than the Movie…

More Americans Went to the Library Than the Movie Theater in 2019 Among adults in Gallup's December 2019 poll, there was a reported average of 10.5 trips to a library last year. Heading to the movie theater was second on the list at 5.3 average trips. Rounding out the top 5 was sporting events at 4.7 and live music trips with 3.8. Taking in a national/historical park was fifth on the list at 3.7 trips. For library visits among genders, the poll adds women went to them nearly twice as much. Men are more likely to choose a sports event, a national park or casino. Gallup also shows that library visits were recorded more for those in low-income households. This is most likely because going to the library is free and provides access to a computer and the internet.

How Kobe Bryant's Death Is Impacting This Year's…

The outpouring of grief around Kobe Bryant’s death this weekend has caused some companies to rethink their advertising strategy.

After Trooper's Murder, Message Found on…

Police in Illinois say a woman who shot a retired state trooper in the head before turning the gun on herself had written the man's name on the wall of her condo along with the words, "I hate you" and "hope you ... die." Lisa McMullan, 51, was a regular at...

Robert Pattinson Created 'Extreme And Grotesque…

Robert Pattinson gave “The Lighthouse director Robert Eggers the most intense masturbation scene. According to Business Insider, the actor threw up on himself but it was deemed “a bit too much.” Pattinson said the scene served as an “icebreaker” on set since they shot it on the first day. He said he wanted to “prove” himself and went for something “extreme and grotesque.” The film is Eggers’ second critically acclaimed movie following his 2015 horror, “The Witch."

Not the best time for a swim

In Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, an earthquake rocked the island on Jan. 28, and created large waves in this pool.

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The Call Of The Wild: Legend (TV Spot)

Trailer for 'The Call of the Wild' starring Karen Gillan, Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens, Bradley Whitford, Jean Louisa Kelly

US Gives Israel a Bold Green Light

With the ink still drying on President Trump's Middle East peace plan, Israel says it's ready for action. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday he will have his cabinet vote Sunday on two key measures: applying Israeli sovereignty to parts of the Jordan Valley and to Jewish settlements in the...

Shaq: 'Never could have imagined' anything like…

Shaquille O'Neal tearfully said he never could have imagined anything like Kobe Bryant's death, remembering his former teammate a great player whose kids called him “Uncle Shaq

This $20M Property In Spain Has Its Own Bowling…

There’s a private property in Andalucia, Spain that offers more features and diversions than a lot of neighborhoods and towns do.

Nike Suspends Sale of Kobe Bryant Products

Nike Suspends Sale of Kobe Bryant Products All Kobe-related items have been removed from the Nike.com online store. A search for Bryant products results in a statement from the company. Nike, via statement Nike, via statement Nike, via statement Nike is still deciding what its strategy will be for releasing Bryant's signature shoe series, as the company wants to limit the sale of the shoe line on the secondary market. The Nike Kobe signature series have already been worn by more than 100 NBA players this season. Several players wore Bryant's sneakers on Sunday and wrote messages on them in tribute.

McConnell: We Don't Yet Have the Votes to Block…

The arguments in President Trump's impeachment trial are over, even as the debate on whether John Bolton should be called as a witness rages on. Trump's defense team wrapped up its three days of arguments Tuesday; next up, senators will be allowed to ask the House managers and Trump's legal...

Boris Johnson Gives Huawei Limited Access To 5G…

Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave Huawei a limited role in Britain’s 5G mobile network. The U.S. was trying to exclude the Chinese telecoms company from the West’s next-generation communications. According to Reuters, Johnson will exclude Huawei from the sensitive core, where data is processed. They will also be banned from all critical networks and locations, such as nuclear sites and military bases.

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Using weather forecasts to predict flu activity

Researchers at the University of Virginia Biocomplexity Institute use AccuWeather high-resolution, 45-day weather forecasts to help predict influenza activity.