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Thousands join women's marches against Trump

Thousands across the US are joining anti-Trump rallies, marking the one-year anniversary of his presidency. A Cuban refugee-turned-citizen in New York tells CNN's Alex Marquardt why she is marching.

How the fight against ISIS has changed under Trump

Insight from Nicholas Rasmussen, the former National Counterterrorism Center director, on 'America's News HQ.'

Michael Waltz on how government shutdown impacts…

Former Green Beret commander explains on 'Fox & Friends.'

The Latest: Chant: 'We need a leader, not a…

Oklahoma City protesters are chanting "We need a leader, not a creepy tweeter!" with one woman donning a T-shirt with the likeness of social justice icon Woody Guthrie who wrote "This Land Is Your Land."

Mudslides take heavy toll on immigrants serving…

Recent mudslides in a star-studded California coastal town took a heavy toll on gardeners and housekeepers, with members of working immigrant families accounting for nearly a third of the deaths.

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Damage Done by Alleged CIA Mole May Be Even Worse

The damage reportedly done by an alleged CIA mole could extend beyond China, where at least 20 CIA informants were arrested and executed between 2010 and 2012, current and former officials tell NBC News . China wiped out the CIA's spy network in that country after cracking the covert communications system—...

Turkish jets bombard Kurdish-run city of Afrin in…

Turkish jets have bombed the Kurdish-controlled city of Afrin in northern Syria, as Turkey promised to expand its military border operations against a Kurdish group that has been the U.S.'s key Syria ally in the war on the Islamic State group

Maine town manager leads segregation group, promotes whites

The town manager of a rural Maine community says he's the leader of a racial segregationist group, and he believes the United States would be better off if people of different races were to "voluntarily separate."

Electricians Find Victorian-Era Cigarettes and…

A royal discovery unearthed at Buckingham Palace dating back to the late 1800s. Buzz60's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story.

The Latest: Florida fundraiser is on with or…

A Florida fundraiser celebrating President Donald Trump's first year in office will go on with or without him

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Police: Murder suspect may be tied to old slaying

Authorities in Florida say a woman arrested for killing and dismembering her ex-boyfriend may be linked to another, 10-year-old case

French airport activists start unblocking road

French activists say they are have started to unblock a road they used to occupy, in a move that eases tensions three days after the government abandoned plans to build a new airport in the west

More than 1K cold-stunned sea turtles found in Florida bay

More than 1,000 sea turtles stunned by unusually cold weather have been rescued from a bay in the Florida Panhandle

North Korea Is Officially Headed To The 2018…

On Saturday, the International Olympic Committee approved several measures regarding North Korea's participation in the 2018 Winter Games.

A 12-year-old Natalie Portman was sexualized

Actress Natalie Portman tells a story about being sexualized in movie reviews of her first film at 12 years old during the Women's March in Los Angeles.

Russian networks pushing conservative meme…

Russia-linked Twitter networks are pushing a conservative meme related to the investigation of Russian election interference, researchers say

Mulvaney: Schumer didn't offer full wall funds

White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney says Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) did not offer President Trump the full funding for his border wall in a meeting at the White House.

Accused cop killer says he wishes he 'killed more'

Family member of one of the victims speaks out on 'Fox & Friends.'

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The history of US government shutdowns

Kurt the 'CyberGuy' explains on 'Fox & Friends.'

Small-town budgets hurting from loss of mini…

Arkansas-based Walmart's closing of its Express stores in small towns across the Midwest and South has affected basic government services from police protection to parks