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At Least 7 Killed, More Brutally Tortured In…

Seven people, including a pregnant woman and five of her children, were murdered by preachers in a remote area during a bizarre ritual.

Woman Sent To Prison Over Husband's Bizarre Death

A South Carolina woman has pleaded guilty to fatally poisoning her husband with eye drops.

Man Challenges Ex-Wife And Lawyer To A Sword Fight

The man claims that the judge has the power to let the couple "resolve our dispute in the field of battle, legally."

Meghan Markle's Past Continues To Haunt Her

Meghan Markle's dad is reportedly set to testify against her in the 'trial of the century.'

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Amid hacking fears, key caucus states to use app…

Two of the first three states to vote in the Democratic presidential race will use new mobile apps to gather results from thousands of caucus sites

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Yosemite National Park Becomes Winter Wonderland…

Yosemite National Park becomes a winter wonderland.

Aaron Hernandez's Fianceé Releases Statement…

Aaron Hernandez's Fianceé Releases Statement After Netflix Docuseries Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez took to Instagram following the release of 'Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez.' Shayanna Jenkins- Hernandez, via Instagram She announced that she'll be taking a break from social media in the wake of the three-part series. 'Killer Inside' shared intimate details about the late football player who committed suicide while serving a life sentence for first-degree murder.

Canada to Pay Families of Victims Aboard Plane

Canada will offer compensation to families of those killed when Iran shot down a Ukranian airliner to help with travel and funeral expenses, the National Post reports. The government will offer the families $25,000 per victim — about $19,000 US — and will continue to pressure the Iranian government to...

NBC's Streaming Service Peacock Launching In April

Former Rep. Chris Collins Sentenced To 26 Months…

​Collins pleaded guilty to making false statements and conspiracy to commit securities fraud.

Police call off avalanche search mission

A powerful avalanche in Alpine Meadows, California, on Jan. 17 led to one fatality and another person with serious injuries.

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The Call Of The Wild: Destiny (TV Spot)

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

Disney Drops Iconic Name

The 20th Century Fox nameplate has been a Hollywood brand since the studio was created by a merger in 1935. No more. The Walt Disney Company is dropping "Fox" from the properties it added last year, Variety reports. That includes Fox Searchlight Pictures, which already is becoming Searchlight Pictures. The...

Migrants, troops slowly build up on…

More than 200 mostly Honduran migrants are resting on a bridge at the Guatemala-Mexico border waiting for the arrival of others and hoping that their sheer numbers will improve their chances of entering Mexico and continuing their journey north

Oxygen From Moondust? Scientists Say It's Possible

Scientists aim to produce oxygen from moondust.

Snickers Breaks Record for World’s Largest…

Snickers Breaks Record for World’s Largest Chocolate Nut Bar On Jan 16, Snickers, which is owned by Mars, Incorporated, created the world’s largest chocolate nut bar. Weighing over two tons, the giant bar took 15 people to create and is the equivalent of 41,000 single-sized bars. It contains more than 1,200 pounds of caramel, peanuts and nougat, as well as nearly 3,500 pounds of chocolate. According to a statement by Josh Olken, Brand Director at Snickers, this bar is only a small version of the brand’s plans for Super Bowl LIV. Josh Olken, via statement The Snickers must now be consumed in order to be officially recognized by Guinness World Record as the largest chocolate nut bar.

Wiggle Recovering After Cardiac Arrest at…

One of the original Wiggles, Greg Page, is recovering in a Sydney hospital after collapsing during a show to raise money for groups fighting the Australian wildfires. The cause was cardiac arrest, the BBC reports. The children's band's Twitter account said Page, the band's original lead singer, had a procedure...

Super Smash Bros. To Get More Characters

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14 States Sue Trump Administration Over Planned…

The lawsuit argues​ the USDA's new rule will lead to higher state costs​ due to "the negative health effects of malnutrition and housing instability."

What horizon? Snow keeping visibility low

Trying to drive in Graceville, Minnesota, was a daunting task on Jan. 17 due to powerful wind and snow making it difficult to see.