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Dangerously cheesy? Cheetos pop-up restaurant…

Dangerously cheesy? Cheetos pop-up restaurant opens in NYC with such creations as Cheetos meatballs, Cheetos crusted fried pickles and Mac n' Cheetos.

The Latest: Mourners honor woman killed at…

People are lining up at a historic theater to attend a memorial service for 32-year-old Heather Heyer, who was killed over the weekend during a protest in Virginia that turned violent

Confederate monuments removed overnight in…

Confederate monuments in Baltimore were quietly removed and hauled away on trucks in darkness early Wednesday, days after a violent white nationalist rally in Virginia that was sparked by plans to take down a similar statue there

Geoff Diehl on why he's challenging Warren in 2018

On 'Fox & Friends,' Massachusetts State representative talks about his social media campaign to track down the 2020 hopeful

Miami-Dade cleared of sanctuary city status

Mayor Carlos Gimenez on fighting the label

UK makes a U-turn: No border posts with Ireland…

Britain says there must be no border posts between Northern Ireland and the Irish republic after Brexit

Man guilty of killing Syracuse University student from China

A man has been convicted of killing a Syracuse University student from China during a drug deal robbery last fall

Cassini creeps closer to Saturn's surface

NASA's Cassini Probe begins maneuvers to study Saturn's atmosphere, coming within 1,000 miles of the gas giant's surface on a path toward the spacecraft's ultimate demise.

Rare footage shows Saudi ghost town

The town of Awamiya has been devastated by fighting between government forces and Shia militants.

The New York Times - A Conversation With Native…

From The New York Times: Native Americans challenge their invisibility in society.By: By MICHÈLE STEPHENSON and BRIAN YOUNG. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2uYVXHC

Flashback: Trump Says He'd 'Negotiate Like Crazy…

In a 1999 interview on Meet the Press, Donald Trump described how he would handle North Korea if he was elected president.

Could Aliens Destroy Earth By Using Maps Sent To…

One of the scientists who helped design maps to show Earth’s location 40 years ago, is saying they could be dangerous for humankind. Jose Sepulveda (@josesepulvedatv) has more.

Ten Commandments judge faces runoff in Alabama…

Alabama Sen. Luther Strange will face off with Ten Commandments judge Roy Moore in a Republican runoff for the Senate seat that previously belonged to Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Woman accused of molesting 2 kids, selling videos online

A 28-year-old Arizona woman is accused of molesting two young children and selling videos of the acts on the internet

Wall Street ends flat

Stocks traded in a narrow range Tuesday. Declines in retail shares like Home Depot offset positive U.S. retail sales data. Fred Katayama reports.

Target says turnaround efforts are bringing…

Target, which is remodeling stores and bolstering its online operations, showed signs Wednesday that the moves are starting to win back shoppers.

Cops: Teacher let son sell drugs, teens use LSD at her home

An elementary school teacher in Ohio faces charges over allegations she let her son sell drugs and teenagers use the psychedelic drug LSD in her family's home

GOP Candidates Headed For Runoff In Race For…

Democrats selected former federal prosecutor Doug Jones, but no GOP candidate in Alabama's special primary election got a clear majority of the vote.

Trump goes after Amazon, again

President Donald Trump is renewing his attacks on Amazon, and he says the company is "doing great damage to tax paying retailers."

Man recounts pushing fiancee away from car during…

With tires screeching and bodies flying, Marcus Martin shoved his fiancée away at the last second from a car charging through a crowd of peaceful protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia

Obama's post-Charlottesville message most-liked…

Twitter says former President Barack Obama's tweet in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend has taken the crown as the platform's most-liked post ever

Birmingham covers up Confederate monument

Alabama's largest city has used a wooden structure to cover up a Confederate monument in a downtown park