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Music Industry Rocked By Death Of Rising Star

The young artist from Chicago who was just starting to make his mark in the music industry, died Sunday at age 21.

Washington Post Releases Bombshell Report

The Washington Post is out with a damning picture of the 18-years-and-counting Afghanistan war.

'Sesame Street' Legend Passes Away

A puppeteer who brought several 'Sesame Street' characters to life, died Sunday at his Connecticut home.

Walmart In Hot Water Over 'Cocaine Santa' Sweater

The retail giant responded to backlash amid public outcry.

Hollywood Bids Farewell To Beloved Actor

The longtime TV and film star was 79 years old.

Trump, Dems in tentative deal on North American…

House Democrats have reached a tentative agreement with labor leaders and the White House over a rewrite of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal that has been a top priority for President Donald Trump

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Biotech Company Unveils $1 Million Treatment To…

A company has unveiled a treatment to reverse aging.

This Day in History: John Lennon Is Shot (Sunday…

This Day in History: John Lennon Is Shot December 8, 1980 The 40-year-old former member of the Beatles was shot and killed by obsessed fan Mark David Chapman. The outspoken rock icon was entering his Manhattan apartment when Chapman shot him four times at close range with a .38-caliber revolver. Lennon was rushed to the hospital but died en route. He had given Chapman an autograph earlier in the day. Chapman voluntarily remained at the scene of the shooting until he was arrested by police. Demonstrations of mourning were held all over the world. Deemed a borderline psychotic, Chapman pleaded guilty to murder and remains in Attica prison. Lennon is memorialized in a section of Central Park known as "Strawberry Fields."

Republican Derides 'Focus Group Impeachment'

The House Judiciary Committee resumed its impeachment proceedings Monday, with each party laying out familiar narratives. This week, the panel will "formally receive the investigative findings" against President Trump, per the AP , and is expected to vote on articles of impeachment perhaps by the end of the week. Highlights from...

Elizabeth Warren Wrestles With Sinking Polls

Elizabeth Warren's poll numbers are sinking. There does not seem to be any way to stop Warren's collapse. According to Reuters, the former frontrunner is now faced with a dilemma. Should she continue to talk about Medicare for All, even though it's highly unpopular? Analysts say her campaign is sinking because of her support for Medicare for All. She recently started talking about corporate corruption. However, her supporters worry that shift could end up hurting the Massachusetts senator. Now that Warren has put her $20.5-trillion plan on the table, they want her to try harder to win over doubting voters. Warren does not have much time to turn things around. The Iowa Caucus is less than two-months away. Analysts say if she doesn't come in at least second or third in Iowa her candidacy will be over.

Deadly Shooting At Florida Naval Base…

The FBI is investigating the shooting that left three sailors dead.

Warmer, soggy start to the week in the Northeast

The heavy rain could bring flooding concerns where there is a lot of snow already on the ground.

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Free Guy

Trailer for 'Free Guy' starring Jodie Comer, Taika Waititi, Ryan Reynolds, Joe Keery, LilRel Howery

Elizabeth Warren Made $1.9M for Private Legal Work

"Millionaire legal consultant" is not the image Sen. Elizabeth Warren is trying to project to voters, but figures released by her campaign Sunday show that she made close to $2 million from consulting and other private legal work during her career as a law professor. Her campaign released figures showing...

With 'Joker,' composer Hildur Guðnadóttir could…

This is no laughing matter: “Joker” composer Hildur Guðnadóttir could be the first woman in 19 years to win the Golden Globe for best original score

Viral Video Of Dolphin Repeatedly Slamming Head…

A vial dolphin video is sparking outrage.

This Day in History: Pearl Harbor Is Bombed…

This Day in History: Pearl Harbor Is Bombed December 7, 1941 360 Japanese warplanes carried out the Sunday morning surprise attack on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor. 2,400 Americans were killed in the attack and another 1,200 were wounded. Five U.S. battleships, three destroyers and seven other ships were either destroyed or sunk. Japan lost fewer than 100 men during the attack. The next day, following President Franklin Roosevelt's "Infamy" speech, Congress recognized a state of war between the U.S. and Japan. America had entered World War II. Three days later, war was declared on the U.S. by Germany and Italy. The American contribution to the successful Allied war effort cost more than 400,000 American lives.

Russia Can't Compete in the Next 2 Olympics

The official sports world is unanimous: Russia cheats. And as a result, the nation cannot compete in next year's summer Olympics in Japan. In fact, Russia is banned from international sporting events for the next four years, a span that includes the 2022 winter Olympics in Beijing and the 2022...

Cory Booker Still Struggling

Cory Bookers is struggling to make an impact as a Presidential candidate. Booker is an infrequently the first choice among voters. The Washington Post reports that by Thursday, he’ll be knocked out of the sixth Democratic debate. Booker and other Democrats were shaken by Sen. Kamala D. Harris’s decision to end her campaign. Booker’s polling support has been mired around 2% to 3. That's well short of the 4% nationally or 6% early-state backing required to appear in the December debate. Analysts say his failure to make the next debate will irreparably damage his campaign.

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House Judiciary Committee Lays Out What It…

The House Judiciary Committee cited the Constitution and impeachment history to lay out what acts it might consider impeachable.

Cold blast to follow snow across northern tier of…

The intense cold will prove to be dangerous for those who are outside for an extended period of time.