Jewish cemetery vandalized, JCCs threatened

The FBI and the justice department are investigating a series of bomb threats directed at Jewish Community Centers and the vandalism of over 100 headstones at a Jewish cemetery.

Creeks, rivers top banks after latest California…

Creeks and rivers topped their banks, hundreds of homes were evacuated and several thousand people found themselves trapped in a rural hamlet as Northern California emerged Tuesday from yet another winter storm with the threat of floods and mudslides

Groups, individuals helping white extremists shed…

Activists are combatting what many see as a surge in white nationalism across the United States

Police say newly freed gang member killed…

Whittier police thought they were helping a driver after a car crash

Michelle Malkin blasts the 'propaganda media'

On 'Hannity,' the columnist slams the media's thin skinned reaction to being called the enemy

What was the use of 'Not My President's Day…

Tucker takes on organizer of one of several 'Not My President's Day' anti-Trump protests that took place nationwide on President's Day #Tucker

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Burundi ex-deputy leader returns home, criticizes opposition

A former vice president of Burundi who fled the country after disagreeing with the president has returned to the country, abandoning the political opposition of which she had become a member

Man who discussed Dylann Roof attack set to be in court

A white supremacist who authorities say illegally bought a gun he planned to use in an attack similar to the South Carolina church shootings is scheduled to appear in court

Apple iPhone 8 could include facial recognition…

In today's tech news Apple acquires an Israeli facial recognition software startup and Amazon lowers its minimum spend for free shipping to $35 from $49. And Kim Dotcom, founder of Megaupload, could finally be extradited to the US to face copyright infringement charges.

'Afraid to open the door'

US immigration raids leave many 'afraid to open the door'

The New York Times - Taking On Trump’s Travel Ban

From The New York Times: The judiciary is the new front line: A group of lawyers scramble to get their clients into the country, while preparing a legal challenge to Trump’s immigration ban.By: By EMMA COTT and TAIGE JENSEN. Watch the original video on Times Video:

President Trump Names Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as…

President Donald Trump has named Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his National Security Adviser, ending a week of upheaval at the highest tier of the nation's foreign policy decision-making apparatus.

Trump’s curious reference

Eugene Robinson and Evelyn Farkas discuss how Trump referenced supposed refugee problems in Sweden that warranted a response from the Former Swedish Prime Minister.

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Priebus says Flynn 'Wasn't Straight or Honest'

White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus told Chuck Todd that he doesn't believe Michael Flynn acted illegally, but that he wasn't "straight" about conversations with the Russian ambassador

Like you Don't Already Know Los Angeles has the…

Los Angeles is the most gridlocked city in the world, according to transportation analytics firm INRIX. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

In Trump's future looms a familiar shutdown threat

Add a potential government shutdown to embattled President Donald Trump's growing roster of headaches

Dozens of headstones toppled at Missouri Jewish cemetery

Authorities in Missouri are investigating after dozens of headstones were damaged at a Jewish cemetery near St. Louis

Global stocks mixed after Wall Street's long…

Global stock markets are mixed as investors look ahead to Fed minutes following a three-day weekend for Wall Street

Police: Gunman robs man of 'grandma's favorite' chocolates

Police in Rhode Island say a group of teens stole a man's cellphone and box of chocolates, with one suspect saying the chocolates were his "grandma's favorite."

UK Parliament Pointlessly Debates Whether Trump…

Despite rejecting the petition officially, the U.K. Parliament debated whether to allow President Trump to meet the queen.

Making the purest sake

Japanese restaurateur Marie Udono travels to Kobe, Japan, to try the local sake produced with mountain spring water.

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NASA aims to measure vital snow data from…

Airplanes are scanning the Colorado high country with an array of sensors as scientists search for better ways to measure how much water is locked up in the world's mountain snows

A taste of delicious Tokyo

From sushi to tempura - Food writer, Yukari Sakamoto takes you on a tour of Tokyo's culinary treasures.