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Police: Somali lawmaker shot dead in Mogadishu

A police officer in Somalia says Islamic extremist gunmen shot dead a prominent lawmaker in the north of the capital, Mogadishu, late Saturday

Report: Kushner family firm pays $1.1B for 6,000 apartments

The real estate firm run by White House adviser Jared Kushner's family has pulled off its biggest deal in more than a decade

Firefighters Rescue Dog Who Got Its Head Stuck In…

One canine definitely had a ruffff day with a wheel! Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.

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Goodell has wide-ranging powers to fine or…

Goodell has wide-ranging powers to discipline teams, coaches, players, and, yes, owners

Sen. Feinstein debates children over climate change

California Sen. Dianne Feinstein and a group of San Francisco Bay Area students squared off over climate change in a sometimes tense exchange captured on video widely shared on social media

Marella Agnelli, widow of Fiat tycoon, dies at 91…

Italian state TV and the news agency ANSA say Marella Agnelli, widow of Fiat tycoon Gianni Agnelli, and 20th-century symbol of elegant beauty has died in Turin, in the northern Piedmont region, at age 91

Georgia students face discipline for sharing tainted food

Five Georgia middle school students face disciplinary action for sharing drug-tainted food with other students on Valentine's Day

US, China Extend Trade Negotiations As Both Sides…

Trade talks will continue until Sunday as negotiators work to find a resolution that will satisfy both US and Chinese leaders.

New York City motorist nearly mows down children on sidewalk

New York City police are searching for a motorist who drove around a stopped school bus onto a Brooklyn sidewalk, nearly mowing down a group of schoolchildren

Counting starts in Nigeria's delayed poll marked…

Counting starts in Nigeria's delayed election marked by violence; challenger loses in hometown

I-40 closed, homes threatened by floods in the US South

Homes, highways, parks and bridges throughout the South have been flooded or rendered out of commission, as the toll of days of drenching rains swelled waterways and pooled over saturated lands amid the threat of severe storms

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Oklahoma Man Accused Of Stealing Pepsi Truck To…

An Oklahoma man is accused of stealing a Pepsi truck to find his girlfriend and then trying to escape police custody. Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.

Protester killed in clash with Venezuelan armed forces near border with Brazil, relative tells the AP

Protester killed in clash with Venezuelan armed forces near border with Brazil, relative tells the AP

Buffett's appetite for big deal soured by 'sky-high' prices

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett says he hungers for an 'elephant-sized acquisition,' but the most tempting targets are too expensive for his tastes

Iceland to keep hunting up to 2,130 whales over 5…

Iceland's whaling industry will be allowed to keep hunting whales for at least another five years, killing up to 2,130 baleen whales under a new rule issued by the Nordic nation's government

2nd Billionaire Charged in Prostitution Ring

Not one billionaire, but two have been caught up in the human trafficking sting in Florida. Robert Kraft is the more high-profile name of the two (and the one everyone was buzzing about Friday), but equity firm owner John Childs has also made the list, per TCPalm . Childs, who owns...

Trump Is Sending 1,000 More Troops To The…

​The additional 1,000 troops will be sent to the border to lay down concertina wire and assist with the installation of monitoring devices.

At least 20 killed in bus accident at China mine

State media report at least 20 people were killed and 30 injured in a bus accident blamed on faulty brakes at a mine in northern China

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The Latest: AP journalist: Aid from Brazil stuck…

Two trucks carrying humanitarian aid from Brazil are stuck at the Venezuela border, contradicting earlier reports by opposition leaders that they had managed to break through a police blockade and enter the country

Dakota Access developer sues Greenpeace in state court

The developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline is seeking millions of dollars from the environmental group Greenpeace and several activists in state court in North Dakota