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Willie Nelson Makes An Unexpected Announcement

The 86-year-old singer shocked fans with an unexpected health update.

US On The Brink Of French Fry Shortage

Potato processors are scrambling to prevent a French fry shortage as bad weather decimated crops among North America's largest producers.

Trump Cancels NATO Press Conference After He's…

President Trump abruptly canceled a press conference after a leaked video caught leaders laughing at him.

It Was the Site of a Tragedy. And Now, A…

Danielle Jette lost her husband when he fatally shot himself inside her Connecticut home three years ago. On Tuesday, she lost so much more.

Former NFL Player Found Dead At 27

The heartbreaking death comes a year after his twin brother's suicide.

Warren hires director in Super Tuesday state…

Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren is staffing up in the Super Tuesday state of Colorado

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Hillary Clinton Says 'No One Is Above The Law…

Hillary Clinton slammed President Trump.

Experts Issue Warning After North Korea's Latest…

North Korean media recently published new images of Kim Jong Un and experts are sounding the alarm.

10 Stealthy Facts About Ninjas (International…

10 Stealthy Facts About Ninjas. In honor of International Ninja Day, here are ten facts about the mysterious warriors. 1. Ninja were known for their skills in guerrilla warfare, assassination, sabotage, espionage and infiltration. 2. Though secretive, ninjas adhered to a strict hierarchy that eventually evolved into larger territorial guilds. 3. Ninjas were a hero to the lower classes in Japan, often recruited by those unable to afford the services of the upper-class samurai. 4. Because they didn't carry large swards, Ninjas often used whatever was available as a weapon. 5. Employing secrecy as a means for survival, ninjas also encouraged exaggerated tales of their exploits as a means of intimidation. 6. Ninjas dressed in all black is a modern day conception. Ninjas did their upmost to blend in to the surroundings of their assignments. 7. Part of ninja training included an in depth knowledge of various forms of medicines, including a mysterious "black medicine" used to stop bleeding. 8. Ninjas used little "smoke bombs" of ash contained in an eggshell to create confusion or misdirect their enemies. 9. Female ninjas were common. They often used their hair pins and nail attachments as weapons. 10. Ninjas would often carry crickets, inducing them to chirp as a means of covering the sounds of their movement

There's A Troubling New Report On Christmas Music

Believe it or not, hearing holiday music too often can have a negative impact on your health.

Looks Like Billie Eilish's Big Year Will Get…

It's clear people are interested in Billie Eilish: Her debut studio album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? , notched two Grammy nominations and became the most-played album of 2019 on both Spotify and Apple Music. That fascination with the 17-year-old singer (she'll turn 18 later this month)...

More Bad News For Warren

Elizabeth Warren's campaign sinking like a stone in quicksand. According to a new poll she is losing support in California. A poll by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies found Warren lost ground over the last few months. In the survey, she fell 5 % points, down to 22%. Warren's support has dropped over the last two weeks. The UC Berkeley poll also shows that Joe Biden dropped to third at 14%.

This Is America's Least Safe City

If "safety" is at the top of your list when it comes to requirements for your a place to live, don't move here.

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WSJ: White House Considering Sending 14,000 More…

This could double the number of troops the U.S. has sent to the Middle East since May.

Reindeer comes from North Pole to visit the…

Reindeer are naturally equipped for life in arctic conditions, but some of these festive animals don't mind the summer heat in the Lone Star State.

Ip Man 4: The Finale (Trailer 1)

Trailer for 'Ip Man 4: The Finale' starring Scott Adkins, Donnie Yen, Kwok-Kwan Chan, Mark Strange, Vanness Wu

Pelosi: We're Moving Ahead on Impeachment

The House is formally moving ahead with impeachment—and that timeline is just fine with President Trump. Nancy Pelosi on Thursday announced that the House will draft articles of impeachment against the president. "The facts are uncontested," she said, per CBS News . "The president abused his power for his own...

Phone-in-cheek: Spike seen in cellphone-linked…

Researchers say careless cellphone use can lead to facial cuts, bruises and fractures

German WW1 Battleship Found Off Falkland Islands

The Falklands Maritime Heritage Trust announced on Thursday that the wreckage of an important German World War I battleship was found off the coast of the Falkland Islands.

Alex Trebek to Be Honored at Canadian Screen…

Alex Trebek to Be Honored at Canadian Screen Awards. Trebek will receive the Icon Award at the March event, which will be held in Toronto. The Canada native has hosted 'Jeopardy!' for 35 years. Earlier this year, he revealed that he had stage IV pancreatic cancer. Trebek has since returned to hosting the popular game show. The Icon Award is the latest achievement for the 79-year-old. Trebek also holds the Guinness World Record for hosting the most episodes of a game show. Additionally, he has taken home the Daytime Emmy for outstanding game show host six times

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Biden Floats a Possible Running Mate

Joe Biden was asked on Wednesday whether he'd consider picking Kamala Harris as his running mate. "Of course I would," he told reporters. Politico suggests it might be more than a press-friendly reply. It reports he publicly praised Harris on Tuesday and Wednesday, and his words on the latter day...

Gabbard Struggles To Make Debate Stage

Sic candidates have earned a spot on the debate stage for December's DNC/ PBS Debate. Tulsi Gabbard has not made the debate stage yet. There is just one week left for her to qualify. Gabbard has already cleared the fundraising threshold. She has received at least 4 percent in three polls approved by the Democratic National Committee. She has until 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 12 to get the fourth qualifying poll needed to make the debate stage.