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Jungle training prepares troops for future threats

American military personnel train in Hawaii. Jonathan Hunt reports.

Emanuel rolls out ID for Chicago's 'undocumented'

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveils 'City Keys' ID program designed to welcome the 'undocumented' community and people 'on the sidelines' into the city. #Tucker

This week in odd news: Fatberg on display and a…

This week in odd news: A C-A-T named D-O-G is star canine trainer; Belly bump: Dad-to-be stages pregnancy photo shoot, shows belly; In a reverse-reality Christmas tale, a red-suited man on a sled pushes a deer to safety on an ice-covered pond in Oregon

Writer Makes His Case: 'Millennials Are Screwed'

Go ahead, say your worst about millennials. Use the word "entitlement" if you must. Talk about participation trophies, useless college degrees, money management, laziness, etc., and by all means compare them unfavorably to earlier generations. Then read the first-person piece by Michael Hobbes—at 35, the oldest of millennials—at...

For the CDC, These 7 Words Are Off Limits

They're not exactly on par with George Carlin's famous list , but the CDC now has a list of forbidden words all its own. That is, the White House has told the health agency not to use the words in any budget documents being prepared for next year, reports the Washington...

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Austrian coalition deal on new gov't presented to…

The leaders of conservative and nationalist parties in Austria have presented their coalition deal to the country's president for approval after concluding negotiations on forming a new government that will shift the country to the right

Army of firefighters takes on still-growing…

The fourth-largest wildfire in California history continues to grow and threaten thousands of homes despite armies of fire crews and fleets of bulldozers and aircraft

Trump renews attack on 'disgraceful' FBI

The president claims anti-Trump bias influenced the investigation into Hillary Clinton.

The New York Times - Trump’s Judicial Nominee…

From The New York Times: Matthew S. Petersen, a U.S. District Court judge nominee, failed to answer several questions about the law when asked by Senator John Kennedy at a hearing.By: By THE NEW YORK TIMES. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2jYBCQ7

Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Tax…

Corporations will be really happy.

Is This Pup The World's Most Pampered Christmas…

Could this pup be the world’s most pampered pooch? Buzz60's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story.

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Moore tells supporters 'battle is not over' in…

Republican Roy Moore is telling supporters "the battle is not over" in Alabama's Senate race as he asks for campaign donations and any reports of voting irregularities

Major media players start commission for sexual…

Hollywood executives and other major players in entertainment have established a commission to be chaired by Anita Hill that intends to combat sexual misconduct and inequality across the industry

Rules protecting coal miners' dust exposure up for review

Three years after the Obama administration lowered the allowable limits for miners' exposure to coal dust, the Trump administration has brought the standards up for review

Honduras' Unsettled Election Has Led To National…

Opposition parties in the country are calling for an annulment of the election.

Inflammatory letter sheds light on Uber's alleged…

Inflammatory letter sheds light on Uber's alleged misconduct

Recovering addict's son dies of heroin overdose

Rehab.com adviser Tim Ryan speaks out about the opioid epidemic on 'The Story.'

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President Trump renews attack on Chicago’s crime…

Matt Finn reports from Chicago.

AP PHOTOS: A selection of pictures from the past…

PHOTO GALLERY: Protesters in Argentina; firefighters battle wildfire in California; Afghan migrants and refugees arrive at port near Athens.