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Coming up on Fri, Sept 22 edition of 'Special…

Bret Baier gives you a sneak peek of the next show

George W. Bush meets Dierks Bentley

Dana Perino excited to see her worlds collide

Kim Jong Un: 'Deranged' Trump will 'pay dearly…

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in an extraordinary and direct rebuke, called President Donald Trump "deranged" and said he will "pay dearly" for his threats, a possible indication of more weapons tests to come

'White allies' protest of police shooting leads…

Hundreds of mostly white protesters gathered Thursday evening in downtown St. Louis and marched, chanting "white silence is violence."

Man accused of disrupting flight found competent…

A federal judge in Honolulu is scheduled to hear arguments on whether to close a hearing for a man accused of inflight behavior that prompted fighter jets to escort the airplane

Mexico shocked by news: Girl trapped in rubble…

Mexico shocked by news: Young girl thought buried in rubble of collapsed school didn't exist

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Family of black man killed by Indianapolis police sue city

The family of an unarmed black man fatally shot by Indianapolis police during a traffic stop is suing the city, its police department and two officers

Facebook turns over election ads linked to Russia

CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the company has turned over thousands of Russian-linked ads to Congress and outlines the company's plan to stop future election interference online.

Rescuers dig through Mexico quake rubble

Rescuers are frantically removing rubble - by machinery and by hand - in a race to reach survivors.

The New York Times - Anatomy of a Scene | ‘Batt…

From The New York Times: Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris discuss a sequence from their film featuring Emma Stone and Andrea Riseborough.By: By MEKADO MURPHY. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2ygCQuQ

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Dems in worst shape since 1929; what can they do?

Time's Michael Duffy joins Morning Joe to preview the magazine's latest issue, which looks at what Democrats can do to regain strength before 2020.

Matthews: Everyone in the White House is lawyered…

Reports say staffers walk the halls worried that another staffer, one looking for ammo to protect themselves, might be wired.

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Confederate Monuments Become Flashpoint At…

Ed Gillespie and Ralph Northam squared off over how to handle confederate monuments during the Virginia Governor’s Debate, moderated by Chuck Todd with NBC Washington.

The Hobbit Turns 80!

The book The Hobbit turns 80 years old. Elizabeth Keatinge (@elizkeatinge) has more.

US beefs up NKorea sanctions, Kim Jong Un insults…

President Donald Trump has pivoted away from military threats against North Korea to his administration's strategy of economic pressure, signing an order to enable increased sanctions on the nuclear-armed nation

10 Things to Know for Friday

Among 10 Things to Know: Kim responds to Trump; Mexico's girl who wasn't there: powerless Puerto Rico

China criticizes S&P credit rating cut as 'wrong…

The Chinese finance ministry has criticized the cut in the Standard & Poor's rating agency's credit rating on the country's borrowing as a 'wrong decision' and said it ignores China's financial strength

Excitement bubbles up at BYU as caffeinated soda…

Students at Brigham Young University were surprised when the Mormon-owned school ended a six-decade ban on the sale of caffeinated soft drinks on campus

Securities And Exchange Commission Finally…

The SEC's filing database was breached, and the hackers apparently used the information to make illegal trades.

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California hits Gatorade in court for "anti-water…

California's attorney general has reached a $300,000 settlement with Gatorade over allegations the company made "anti-water" statements in a cellphone video game

Trump cracks down on institutions that deal with…

Reaction and analysis on 'The Five' after president signs executive order

Border shooting court case could set legal…

A court case regarding a 2010 killing of a Mexican boy by a border patrol agent, could set a new legal precedent, according to a law professor