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Funeral held for abandoned veteran

Glenn Shelton served as a Marine during Vietnam.

Bruce Ohr to testify before Senate Intelligence…

Demoted Deputy Attorney General to testify

Prosecutors become treasure hunters in…

Prosecutors in New York City have been on an aggressive campaign to seize ancient artworks and objects they believe were looted from their home countries

Low levels in Delaware River could keep…

George Washington and his troops might not be able to make their annual Christmas Day trip across the Delaware River between Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Sen. Schumer: Bomb-detection units needed at…

Screening devices that detect suicide vests like the one that exploded in a New York City subway tunnel are being tested in a Los Angeles transit station

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Saakashvili's supporters rally in Ukrainian…

Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president turned opposition leader in Ukraine, has joined about 5,000 supporters at a rally in the Ukrainian capital to push for the ouster of the nation's president

Lack of transparency clouds Texas spending after…

How is Texas spending billions in federal aid in response to Hurricane Harvey? Good question

Does the US need more minority gun clubs?

Meet the US woman who is backing African American gun clubs.

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

George Clooney Gave His Closest Friends $1…

In September of 2013, some time after George Clooney became a famous and wealthy actor, he gathered around 14 of his closest friends and gave them each $1 million. He even paid the gift tax for them.

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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Prosecutors oppose ex-congresswoman's fraud sentence appeal

Federal prosecutors are opposing ex-U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown's request to remain free on bond while she appeals her fraud sentence

3 people die in a small plane crash in southeastern Indiana

State police say three people have died in a small plane crash in southeastern Indiana

Treasury chief can't rule out shutdown, but expects deal

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he can't rule out a possible government shutdown later this week if Congress deadlocks on another temporary Washington spending bill, but thinks it's unlikely

They Grow Our Food, and They're Killing Themselves

On the day in May 2011 that Matt Peters took his own life, he spoke on the phone with Dr. Mike Rosmann. Rosmann, himself an Iowa farmer, is also a psychologist who doubles as "one of the nation’s leading farmer behavioral health experts," writes Debbie Weingarten for the Guardian . She...

Roy Moore Isn't Giving Up On Alabama's US Senate…

Moore says the fight is "not over" and is raising money to investigate voter fraud.

He's 6 Years Old and Makes Millions on YouTube

Meet Ryan. He's 6 years old, likes to play with toys, and has just been listed as one of Forbes' highest-earning YouTube celebrities. Per Business Insider , the young entrepreneur, who hosts his family's Ryan ToysReview channel on the video-sharing site, helped his household bring in about $11 million in pretax...

Hits & Misses: 12/16/17

The panel calls out the week's best and worst.

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Does the post-9/11 status quo need to be…

Former NYPD top intelligence official Mitch Silber reacts to the failed pipe bomb attack in NYC.

On Cruise Ship, 5 Nights, 332 People Sick

If a 6% chance of getting violently ill sounds like good odds, your ship has unfortunately already sailed: The latest outbreak of gastrointestinal illness on the high seas struck Royal Caribbean's Independence of the Seas, reports CNN , with at least 332 affected on the five-night cruise. "It was just terrifying,...