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Trump's Lawyers Rest President's Defense On…

President Donald Trump's legal team on Monday tipped their hand regarding their defense strategy.

Dentist In Serious Trouble Over Bizarre Actions

An Alaska dentist who faced a host of charges, including Medicaid fraud and unlawful dental acts, faces new accusations.

Could Brad Pitt's Dating Life Circle Back To…

Brad Pitt's personal life may be a "disaster," but the world wants him to find love.

9 Students Were Found Dead In 1959. We Still…

In 2019, Russian prosecutors announced they would be re-investigating a 60-year-old mystery.

Big News About Major 'Simpsons' Character

Controversy has long been swirling around Apu, an Indian character voiced by actor Hank Azaria.

Kemba beats LeBron for 1st time, Celtics top LA…

Kemba Walker scored 20 points to end a career-long personal losing streak against LeBron James, and Jayson Tatum scored 27 to lead the Boston Celtics past the Los Angeles Lakers 139-107

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This Is The World's Highest Settlement

The highest permanent settlement in the world is located three miles above sea level in the Peruvian Andes mountains.

The Best Almost Forgotten Grandma Cleaning Tips

Your grandma had less modern cleaning tools than you do, yet her place has always sparkled more than yours.

5 Facts About Martin Luther King Jr.

5 Facts About Martin Luther King Jr. Every January, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is observed on the third Monday. King Jr., who would have turned 91 in 2020, was born on January 15. Here are 5 facts about the legendary activist. 1. His given name at birth was Michael King Jr. 2. He earned a doctorate in systematic theology from Boston University in 1955. 3. Throughout the civil rights movement, Dr. King went to jail thirty times. 4. He posthumously won a Grammy in 1971 for best spoken word recording. 5. Dr. King was a big fan of the sci-fi TV show 'Star Trek.'

Expenses That Are Secretly Draining Your Wallet

No matter how much money you make, it's very easy to overspend on things that slowly drain your wallet without you knowing.

In New Short, David Lynch Asks a Monkey Some…

David Lynch hasn't brought much "strangeness into the world" lately, Vanity Fair reports. Now, he's here to change that. A 17-minute, black-and-white film— What Did Jack Do? —went up Monday on Netflix in which Lynch interrogates a murder suspect who happens to be a monkey. The co-creator of Twin Peaks...

China: Deadly Wuhan Virus Is Contagious

Business Insider reports China's medical authorities say a mysterious and deadly coronavirus can be spread from person to person. Officials are scrambling to contain 2019-nCoV, also known as the 'Wuhan virus.' It's a SARs-like infection that originated in a seafood and meat market in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. The virus has pneumonia-like symptoms including fever and difficulty breathing.

Australians Tried To Save Animals Before…

Scientists estimate 1 billion animals were killed by infernos still raging around Australia. Organizations across the country are working together.

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Unsettled pattern resumes in Northwest

The stormy weather is expected to persist until late this week in the region.

Spy Intervention

Trailer for 'Spy Intervention' starring Drew Van Acker, Poppy Delevingne, Dave Sheridan, Blake Anderson, Brittany Furlan

Bezos Gets an Earful on Brief Visit to India

Jeff Bezos' surprise trip to India may not have gone quite the way he expected. He arrived to government criticism of Washington Post coverage, the launching of an antitrust investigation of Amazon, and protests from small-business owners—despite his announcement that his company was investing $1 billion to help neighborhood...

Rockies' Arenado feels "disrespect" over trade rumors

Rockies star Nolan Arenado says he feels disrespected after Colorado general manager Jeff Bridich acknowledged listening to trade offers for the seven-time Gold Glove winner

Ocasio-Cortez: 'I Don't Want Your Money As Much…

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appeared for an interview.

Avoid the Flu by Strengthening Your Immune System

Avoid the Flu by Strengthening Your Immune System According to the CDC, this year's flu season is very active across the U.S. Nearly 10 million people have been diagnosed with the virus so far. Purdue School of Nursing's Libby Richards says a strong immune system will help you avoid the flu. Be sure to get the proper amount of sleep each day, even if you are not sick. Libby Richards, via MedicalXpress Be sure to also consume healthy fluids and foods and avoid drinking too much alcohol. Exercise is important, and Richards adds that you should do it even if you have mild symptoms. Libby Richards, via MedicalXpress

Royal Caribbean: 'Reckless' Grandpa Leaned Out…

A horrible twist to the already unimaginable story of the 18-month-old who fell to her death from the 11th story of a Royal Caribbean ship: The cruise line says the tot's grandfather first leaned out the open window before leaning down to pick her up. Salvatore "Sam" Anello, who is...

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Putin Hits The Gas On Russian Political Upending

Russian President Vladimir Putin sped up the shake-up of Russia’s political system on Monday. In a surprise move last week, Putin announced plans for sweeping governmental reforms. Long-time ally Dmitry Medvedev then resigned as prime minister along with the government. Putin’s proposed changes are widely seen as giving him scope to retain influence once his term expires in 2024. He submitted a constitutional reform blueprint to parliament that will create a new center of power outside the presidency. The move suggests his planned changes could reach beyond the political system and the government. However, Reuters reports Putin said at the weekend he did not favor the Soviet-era practice of having leaders for life who die in office. Reuters reports Putin also replaced Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika, who had held the role since 2006.

Iran Threatens To Quit Nuclear Treaty If…

​Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said the country will leave a global nuclear treaty ​"if the Europeans continue their improper behavior."