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Former Milwaukee police officer acquitted in fatal shooting takes plea deal in sex assault case

Former Milwaukee police officer acquitted in fatal shooting takes plea deal in sex assault case

The Best Make Up On Amazon

Make up can be quite expensive, especially when shopping through different competitors. I bet you did not even know that you can buy your favorite beauty products all on Amazon. Here are some of my favorite name brand products I buy on Amazon: stila Matte ‘n Metal Eye Shadow Palette: Normally $49 from Sephora you … Continue reading "The Best Make Up On Amazon"

Teens Don't Mind Online-Only Relationships

Children are having online-only relationships without meeting in real life, and apparently they don’t mind! The New York Post Reports. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

Saudi Arabia Screens First Films In Decades…

Saudi Arabia is allowing movies to be shown in theaters for the first time since the early 1980s.

HHS Created An Office For Religious Freedom, And…

The Department of Health and Human Services formed a new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division, which it says will help protect religious freedom.

Redford: 'The role for men is right now is to…

Sundance Institute founder Robert Redford says that the role of men in the Me Too and Time's Up movement is to listen and let women's voices be heard

Gov't scientists scramble to save research ahead…

NIH's Fauci says agency in scramble to save research as government shutdown looms

Correction: Science Says-Meteor story

Correction: Science Says-Meteor story

Scientists seek super-shot for flu 100 years…

Scientists taking a new shot at a universal vaccine to prevent regular winter flu and the next super-flu, too

GoDaddy to sponsor Danica Patrick in 'Danica…

Danica Patrick has secured sponsorship money from GoDaddy to race in both the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500

Report links hacking campaign to Lebanese…

Researchers say major blunder has exposed global hacking operation tied to Lebanon's security agency

Markets Right Now: Stock indexes pull back in midday trade

Stocks are moving lower in midday trading, pulling the market back from the record highs it set the day before.

Women unhappy with gym owner's video focusing on their butts

The owner of a gym in North Carolina says he's surprised people have reacted angrily to a video he posted of women working out that focuses on their butts

Appeals court upholds conviction in cyanide poisoning case

An appeals court has upheld the conviction of a former University of Pittsburgh medical researcher in what prosecutors said was the cyanide poisoning death of his wife in 2013

Lego Sets You Will Want To Buy

Lego sets are made for just about about anything. Dogs, monuments and skylines are a few of the sets to get excited about. The best thing is, Legos are not just for kids anymore. Anyone can get excitement from building with the iconic blocks. Simple Lego sets can be around 50 pieces. Some sets are … Continue reading "Lego Sets You Will Want To Buy"

Hawaiian's Turned To PornHub After False Missile…

Pornhub's insights show a spike in viewership just minutes after a False Alarm alerting Hawaiian's of an incoming missile was sent out. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

The Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan Dies…

London police say she died in an "unexplained" fashion and that they're investigating.

Nassar Accuses Judge Of Turning Sentencing Into A…

Judge Rosemarie Aquilina responded by calling Dr. Larry Nassar's complaints "delusional." He faces seven first-degree criminal sexual abuse charges.

Can #MeToo movement do harm? Ansari story raises…

Online account of woman's date with Aziz Ansari sparks debate about whether #MeToo movement is sometimes being misused

Governors ask Trump, Congress to do more on…

Governors are calling on President Trump and Congress to do more to fight an opioid epidemic that's killing 90 Americans a day

I’m sure it’s just a coincidence that 2017 was…

2017 was one of the hottest years on record, according to new data from NASA and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. Depending on who you listen to, last year was the second-warmest or third-warmest year since 1880, thanks to slight variations in the methodology used to analyze global temperature. But the one thing that scientists can agree on? 2017 was abnormally, unusually hot, continuing a trend that has seen the five warmest years on record all happen since 2010. The hottest year on record is still 2016, but that's not good news. 2017's temperatures were still far above the historical average, so there's no real regression in temperatures going on here. Instead, scientists are sounding the alarm (again!) about the ongoing trend of abnormally hot years, and the effect that is having on the global climate. "Both analyses show that the five warmest years on record have all taken place since 2010," NASA said in a press release. "Despite colder than average temperatures in any one part of the world, temperatures over the planet as a whole continue the rapid warming trend we've seen over the last 40 years," said Gavin Schmidt, the director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies. “The planet is warming remarkably uniformly,” Schmidt continued. “The annual change from year to year can bounce up and down. There is year to year variability, but the long term trends are very clear,” NOAA scientists Deke Arndt added. The difference between the NOAA's findings and NASA's is largely down to the difference in methodology used to measure temperatures in the Arctic. As the Arctic is also the fastest-warming region in the world, the divergence in methodology has a significant impact on the findings. According to NASA's data, 2017 was 1.6 degrees Fahrenheit above the average temperature for the latter half of the 20th century, while NOAA's figures put it at 1.51 Fahrenheit above the average.

Endangered whale's calving season peaks, but no…

No newborn right whales seen off U.S. coast 7 weeks into the endangered species' calving season

iPhone Slowdown Will Soon Be Optional

Apple has somewhat good news for users of older, slower iPhones who don't want to go out and buy a new battery. Tim Cook tells ABC News that a new iOS update—expected in early February, per the Verge —will allow iPhone users to disable Apple's deliberate slowdown of older...