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Rep. Lee Zeldin on Kate Steinle trial, status of…

New York congressman shares his take on 'Fox News @ Night.'

Authorities take no chances with holiday security…

Former intelligence officer Buck Sexton provides insight.

Retailers look to woo shoppers from rivals as…

Retailers kick off holiday shopping season with an eye toward wooing shoppers away from rivals

Slain Baltimore Officer Was Shot With Own Gun

A new twist in the Sean Suiter case: The Baltimore homicide detective killed while investigating a triple murder last week was due to testify in a corruption case involving fellow officers the very next day, authorities say. Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis says Suiter was due to testify before a...

Al Franken Accused of Being 'Serial Groper'

The accusations against Sen. Al. Franken are starting to stack up. Two more women came forward Wednesday to accuse the Democrat of groping them, bringing the total to four. One woman tells the Huffington Post that in 2007, during Franken's first Senate campaign, he grabbed her buttocks during a photo-op...

Zimbabwe, facing new leader, wonders 'Where is…

Zimbabwe, facing incoming leader, wonders about fate of Mugabe and his wife

Rep. Barton Threatened to Call Police on Former…

Rep. Joe Barton threatened to call the police on a former lover who contacted other women he was in relationships with and sent them explicit materials he had shared with her, according to a recording provided to the Washington Post . In the 2015 phone call, the Texas Republican tells the...

Black Friday buying tips for those who don't want…

Today's Black Friday tips focus on what kind of products to buy and why you don't always need to be in-store to get them.

Refugee eviction 'destroying everything'

Papua New Guinea authorities move in to evict refugees from a former Australia-run detention centre.

The New York Times - What is Net Neutrality?

From The New York Times: The F.C.C. is set to repeal rules that require internet providers to give consumers equal access to all content online. Here's how it works.By: By AARON BYRD and NATALIA V. OSIPOVA. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2jMMDqn

Slain Detective Was Set to Testify in a Police…

Baltimore’s police commissioner says a detective killed last week was slain a day before he was set to testify in a corruption probe into activities of indicted police officers.

Woman Targeted For Anti-Trump Sticker Is Now…

A woman targeted by a Republican sheriff for her anti-Trump bumper sticker is having the last laugh - now that she's started selling them!

US declares 'ethnic cleansing' against Rohingya…

The United States is declaring the ongoing violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar to be "ethnic cleansing."

Residents affected by Harvey prepare for…

Residents of the Texas Gulf Coast are celebrating Thanksgiving in any way they can almost three months after Hurricane Harvey hit

Eurozone economy heading for strongest quarter since 2011

Eurozone economy heading for strongest quarter since 2011, new survey says

Washington state panel outlines risk of oil-by-rail terminal

A state panel reviewing a major oil-by-rail terminal proposed on the Columbia River has released its environmental review days ahead of making a recommendation to Wash. Gov. Jay Inslee

New 3-D Hologram Forever Preserves Holocaust…

We explore how this interactive 3-D technology will allow Holocaust survivors to reach audiences beyond their own lifetimes.

FCC Will Kill 'Nearly Every Net Neutrality Rule…

The FCC released the final draft of its proposal to end net neutrality on Wednesday, and the Verge reports it gets rid of "nearly every net neutrality rule on the books" while allowing for "blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization" on the part of internet service providers. The proposal will allow...

President Grant legacy gets warm welcome in the…

President Ulysses S. Grant, known for his staunch fight against the Confederate south during the Civil War, will be honored with a presidential library on the campus of Mississippi State University

Why fewer adults are choosing to become priests…

Over the last five decades the Catholic Church in the U.S. has seen a steady decline in the number of priests and sisters; Lauren Green on what accounts for the changes on 'Special Report.'

The last straw? Uber loyalists tested by string…

Scandals chase away some customers from Uber, but service keeps others hanging on