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Sarah Palin Makes Shocking Revelation About…

"I thought I got shot." Palin said the unexpected turn of events transpired right after the couple's 31st wedding anniversary.

Twinkies Fans Blown Away By Latest Announcement

Do you love Twinkies? If so, you have to watch this video immediately.

Another President Faces Impeachment, Over Another…

A surprise appearance by Donald Trump Jr. has another president at risk of impeachment.

You've Never Seen A Puppy Quite Like This Before

An injured puppy found out in the cold in Missouri over the weekend is like nothing you've ever seen.

Iconic Actress And Model Dead At 94

The actress, best known for her role in Stanley Kubrick's first film "Fear and Desire," died after a brief illness.

Powell urges Congressional panel to tackle budget…

Powell urges Congressional panel to tackle budget deficits, reiterates comfort with rates

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Watch: Deval Patrick Announces 2020 Presidential…

Deval Patrick announces 2020 presidential bid.

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Hours Before Family's Disney Vacation, Tragedy…

Family's dream vacation turns into a nightmare just hours before they were set to leave.

10 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes (World…

10 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes . According to the World Health Organization, the number of people with diabetes rose nearly 300 percent between 1980 and 2014. . In honor of World Diabetes Day, here are 10 ways you can reduce your risk of diabetes. . 1. Cut Refined Carbs. 2. Work Out Regularly . 3. Avoid Sugar-Sweetened Beverages. 4. Maintain a Healthy Body Weight. 5. Quit Smoking. 6. Drink Water. 7. Avoid Large Portions of Food. 8. Cut Back on Sedentary Behavior. 9. Boost Your Vitamin D Levels. 10. Avoid Processed Foods

Things Go From Bad To Worse For McDonald's

The most recent news comes on the heels of McDonald's firing its CEO last week for having a consensual relationship with an employee.

In Lawmaker's Impeachment Tweets, a 'Morbid…

Politicians and lawmakers use social media for all kinds of reasons: to inform their constituents, educate the general public, air grievances , and ... post "morbid acrostics"? That's what Politico says GOP Rep. Paul Gosar's Twitter account did Wednesday as it live-tweeted the first public Trump impeachment hearing , though the site doesn't...

Biden Proposes $1.3 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

Joe Biden has announced a new $1.3 trillion in infrastructure plan. If elected President, he would invest in electric car charging stations, high-speed railroads, and clean-energy research. Biden also vowed to respond to a “full-blown recession” among U.S. manufacturers. He would increase funding for public-partnerships that support those businesses. He would invest $6 billion over three years in places that have experienced mass layoffs.

America's Biggest Milk Producer Files For…

Got milk? Increasingly, Americans don't, and that led the nation's biggest milk producer to file for bankruptcy.

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World Health Organization Approves Ebola Vaccine

The injectable vaccine has been shown to be effective in protecting people from the Ebola Zaire virus.

Man swims through flooded famous tourist spot in…

As Venice, Italy, flooded on Nov. 12, due to the highest tide the residents had seen in more than 50 years, one man decided to enjoy the high waters by going for a swim in the famed St. Mark's Square.

After Parkland

Trailer for 'After Parkland' starring David Hogg, Samuel Zeif, Manuel Oliver, Dillon McCooty

Here Are the Best, Worst US Airports

If you're traveling, the tristate area around the Big Apple may be the last place you want to fly in and out of. The Wall Street Journal took a look at America's 20 biggest airports, as well as the 20 largest airports after that (what the Journal deems "medium-sized"), looking...

Stocks wobble on Wall Street amid trade talk…

U.S. stocks wobbled between small gains and losses in early trading on Thursday as investors turned more cautious as talks between the U.S. and China on a trade deal appear to hit some snags

This Island Looks Like A Giant Fingerprint From…

There is a small island off the coast of Croatia that, when viewed from above, bears a striking resemblance to a fingerprint.

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Google Plans to Offer Checking Accounts Next Year

Google Plans to Offer Checking Accounts Next Year. The Wall Street Journal reports that the checking account will be released through Google’s ‘Cache’ project. ‘Cache’ will be offered through the Google Pay app in partnership with Citigroup and a small Stanford University credit union. The company has been upfront about its role in the accounts, with its partnering banks taking the lead with the financial backend. Google has also claimed that it will not be selling checking account data to advertisers. The plan follows competing tech giant Apple’s foray into the financial sector with the Apple Card and Facebook’s cryptocurrency, Libra

Tainted Drugs Probed in USC Student Deaths

Tainted drugs may explain some of the nine student deaths at USC this semester. No link has been confirmed yet and autopsies and toxicology tests are pending, but investigators are exploring whether contaminated drugs contributed to some of the deaths of the nine males, reports the Los Angeles Times . Though...

Can Harris Save Her Campaign?

Kamala Harris campaign is in trouble. The California Senator and former prosecutor is struggling to make a dent in the campaign for president. Nationally, she stands at just 5%. Harris has put all her hopes on Iowa. A new Monmouth university poll shows that she's at 3% in the state. CNBC reports that Harris will spend what little cash she has left on an ad blitz in Iowa. Harris’ team said it plans to invest more in digital ads and outreach, including through Facebook. Her campaign’s Facebook ad spending has been behind most of the primary front-runners.