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Eric Shawn reports: A U.N. visit to North Korea

Amb. John Bolton on the impact of United Nations diplomacy

Conservative students kicked out of campus coffee…

Fordham University students were wearing 'Make America Great Again' hats.

A look at what didn't happen in the Alabama Senate race

A look at what didn't happen this week in Alabama's high-profile Senate race

Idaho man upset with court tries to crash into…

Authorities say a man upset with the court system tried to crash a car into the courthouse in downtown Boise, Idaho

Driver rescued from car quickly sinking into icy…

A driver whose car plunged into an icy Massachusetts pond has been rescued from the frigid water

North Korean Nuclear Test Moved Earth's Crust

Two minor tremors detected in northwest North Korea Saturday are likely linked to the very thing dominating recent headlines: the country’s nuclear program. Per the Guardian , the aftershocks recorded Saturday near the Punggye-ri nuclear test site were likely “relaxation events” from North Korea’s large scale nuclear test in early September....

After allegations, Moore avoids spotlight…

Wounded by allegations of sexual misconduct with teens, Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore has largely disappeared from the traditional campaign trail in the race for U.S. Senate, relying on surrogates and social media

'Jerusalem remains a rallying cry'

Protests against US President Donald Trump's controversial decision turn ugly again in Beirut.

The New York Times - ‘We Watched Our House Burn…

From The New York Times: In Ventura County, Jack Selby watched his childhood home burn to the ground, and Nancy Cole lost all her possessions, including family heirlooms from Holocaust survivors.By: By NILO TABRIZY and AINARA TIEFENTHÄLER. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2kGHHnp

A Fat Squirrel With Expensive Tastes Is Stealing…

An obese squirrel was caught on video stealing gourmet chocolate and lip balm that a family leaves outside as a holiday treat for delivery people.

Scientist's Record The Very Sound of Earth

Scientists have finally recorded the sound of the Earth. Buzz60's Sam Berman will explain.

Trump rails against news media after reporting corrections

President Donald Trump is again railing against the news media, calling them a "stain on America."

Athletes, entertainers rush to support bullied Tennessee boy

A Tennessee woman's video of her son recounting being bullied at middle school has prompted a wave of support from athletes and entertainers.

Week ahead: red letter days for central banks

Three central banks, meeting on opposite sides of the Atlantic, will highlight the diverging fortunes of the world's biggest economies when they meet this week. David Pollard reports.

Bitcoin futures set to begin trading at Chicago…

Security based on volatile digital currency bitcoin to begin trading on major US exchange for 1st time

Commentator behind 'It's OK To Be White' speech due in court

Conservative commentator who grabbed woman after she took copy of his 'It's OK To Be White' speech is set to make his 1st court appearance

Marvel Unveils Trailer For New 'Spider-Man…

The animated Spider-Man is mixed-race superhero Miles Morales, a fan favorite from the comics.

German intelligence warns of increased Chinese…

The head of Germany's domestic intelligence agency is warning that China is using social networks to try to cultivate sources of information

Andrew Egger analyzes Trump's support for Roy…

Reporter for The Weekly Standard weighs in.

Reps. Comstock, Dingell on exposing harassment on…

As allegations of sexual misconduct multiply in Washington, Republican Barbara Comstock and Democrat Debbie Dingell are leading the charge to change how harassment is reported in Congress.