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Iranian charged with plot to smuggle material from Illinois

A federal indictment accuses a 56-year-old Iranian businessman of trying to smuggle materials used in the missile industry and restricted under nuclear-nonproliferation rules from Illinois to Iran.

Step Inside The World's Best Restaurant Of 2018

According to the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants of 2018, a fixture in the small town of Modena has taken the top spot. Buzz60's Nick Cardona has that story.

Chris Hardwick And The Scrutiny Of The Nerd…

Actor and television host Chris Hardwick denies the allegations against him.

High Court Rules Online Retailers May Need To…

It's unclear exactly how the Supreme Court's ruling is going to affect online retailers.

Kylie Jenner ESCAPES Family Drama And JETS To…

Kourtney’s getaway with Younes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvwvsAqbqnk Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott jet set off to France in a seemingly last minute family vacation with Stormi...is the new mom trying to run away from her problems?

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Paul McCartney is back

And he is feeling kind of frisky.

Jon Dorenbos shares in Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl magic

Longtime Philadelphia Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos is sharing in the Super Bowl magic despite not playing with the team last season

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Islanders Expected to Name Barry Trotz Next Head…

Barry Trotz is nearing a deal with the Islanders to be the team's next head coach after resigning from the Capitals' top job less than a week ago, reports TSN's Darren Dreger.

Arkansas court clears way for medical pot program's launch

The Arkansas Supreme Court has cleared the way for the state to launch its medical marijuana program

Martian Storm Unlike Any Seen This Decade

The oldest operating rover on Mars will have to hunker down a bit longer. The dust storm whomping the Red Planet since May 30, which covered a quarter of its surface a week ago, now circles the entire sphere. NASA's solar-powered Opportunity rover powered down in Mars' Perseverance Valley on...

Koko, the Gorilla Who Knew Sign Language, Dies at 46

Koko, the beloved gorilla who captivated many with her ability to communicate through sign language, has died at age 46. The western lowland gorilla died in her sleep Tuesday morning, NPR reports. Born at the San Francisco Zoo on July 4 , 1971, Koko was chosen as an infant to work...

Science Says: What makes something truly addictive

Video game "addiction" decision renews debate over whether behaviors can cause same kind of illness as drugs

Intel CEO out after consensual relationship with…

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich out after consensual relationship with employee

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APME announces winners of 2018 contest for AP journalists

Coverage of news events that tested the human spirit and challenged how we see ourselves won top honors in the 2018 Associated Press Media Editors Awards for AP staff

Lawyer: No apparent justification for fatal…

A lawyer for the family of a 17-year-old fatally shot by a Pennsylvania police officer seconds after he fled a traffic stop says the boy did not pose an immediate threat to anyone

The Top 5 Places in America Where People Live the…

The key to a long-lasting life could be associated with where you live, and in America there are a few pockets where people just keep living. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

White Women Voters Are A Wild Card — And Wildly…

White women could go either way in the next national elections. And they could determine the outcomes.

Pete Davidson CONFRIMS Engagement On Tonight Show…

For more on Ariana and Pete: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FN6lFHTV3Yc If any of you were still having doubts that Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are engaged...doubt no more because Pete CONFIRMED the news last night on the Tonight Show.

Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly Undergoing Another…

Hall of Fame former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly is in New York on Thursday for another surgery to address his oral cancer.

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New evidence that viruses may play a role in…

Could infections somehow set the stage for Alzheimer's? A provocative new study suggests some types of viruses just might play a role

Severe storms could strike parts of central, southern US

Forecasters say much of the central and southeast U.S. will be at risk of severe storms as the weekend approaches