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Consumer Reports Reveals Top 10 Vehicles Of 2020

Consumer Reports has driven the best, safest and coolest new cars on the market.

Massive Recall Issued On Popular Water Bottles

Nearly 6 million water bottles have been recalled because its clear silicone spout can detach, posing a choking hazard.

New Windows Update Has Troubling Consequences For…

Microsoft's has acknowledged that their most recent security update is causing problems for owners.

Entertainment Industry Mourns The Death Of…

Just 2 months after a magnificent comeback appearance, the longtime star died in her sleep at her home in Glendale, CA.

Why These Oreos Will Cost You $4,000

Oreo cookies are great and all, but would you pay $4,000 for a package of them?

Picketing, pigeons, politics: Scenes from the…

If Nevada has one job in the Democratic primary, it's to offer something different

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NASA Images Show Antarctica's Hottest Days Caused…

Satellite images show that Antarctica’s recent record heat caused massive melt ponds.

Another Struggling Retail Giant Gets Sold Off

The lingerie brand is being sold by its owner in a $525 million deal.

Employees Want Office Pets Over Vacation Days and…

Employees Want Office Pets Over Vacation Days and Raises, Survey Says According to a ZipRecruiter survey of 3,000 job applicants, 30 percent say it is important to have employers allow their pets at the office. The survey also revealed what they are willing to give up to have their pets tag along. At the top of the list is free snacks, which 41 percent say they would trade. After that, it's catered meals with 30 percent willing to give them up. Even a paid vacation day? 17 percent have no problem with that sacrifice. The survey adds that seven percent would cut their gross salary by a percentage point. Would you give up a performance bonus for your pet? According to the ZipRecruiter survey, three percent would be okay with that.

US Reports 34 Coronavirus Cases, With More Likely

The number of people in the US known to be infected with the new coronavirus is at 34 and rising, government health officials reported Friday. Thirteen of the patients were found to have the virus after returning from China, the New York Times reports. The other 21 were repatriated, including...

Many Coronavirus Testing Kits Are Not Accurate

The CDC reported last week that some Coronavirus testing kits have been sent to U.S. states. However, at least 30 countries produced "inconclusive" results due to a flawed component. The CDC planned to send replacement materials to make the kits work, reports Reuters. The CDC has set up surge testing capacity until new testing kits become available. The entire world is on high alert against the virus as people continue to travel internationally. Many fear the virus will travel rapidly after the 2020 Olympics in Japan this summer.

How Can U.S. Businesses Handle Coronavirus…

While the risk of contracting the virus in the U.S. is low, some businesses are looking for ways to address their employees' concerns.

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Wolves enjoying a snowy morning at the zoo

Animals at the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro were treated to a winter wonderland on Feb. 21. These wolves looked like they didn't mind.

The Fittest

Trailer for 'The Fittest' starring Heber Cannon, Mat Fraser, Marston Sawyers, Annie Mist Thorisdottir, Katrin Davidsdottir

Some Democratic Candidates Are Nearly Out of Cash

At a time in the race when running a presidential campaign is getting more expensive, many of the Democrats remaining have less money. After being camped in Iowa for what seemed like ages, the candidates now have multiple, scattered primaries ahead. And on top of competing with Bernie Sanders' fundraising...

NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this…

This week's Not Real News exposes several falsehoods spreading online

Watch: California Highway Patrol Pilot Hit By…

Watch as a pilot is hit by laser.

This Day in History: US Hockey Team Beats the…

This Day in History: U.S. Hockey Team Beats the Soviets in the 'Miracle on Ice' February 22, 1980 The underdog U.S. hockey team defeats the four-time defending gold-medal Soviet team at the XIII Olympic Winter Games in Lake Placid, New York. The U.S. win is considered one of the most dramatic upsets in Olympic history. The Soviet squad fell to the youthful American team 4-3 before a frenzied crowd of 10,000 spectators. The American team trailed most of the game, finally taking the lead with ten minutes left. When the final horn sounded, the players, coaches and team officials poured onto the ice in raucous celebration. To many Americans, the "Miracle on Ice" represented a Cold War victory.

Harry, Meghan Must Ditch One More Royal Perk

It's one more royal indignity for Harry and Meghan: The prince and his wife will have to give up the "SussexRoyal" brand they've been cultivating. (As on their website and on Instagram .) It's all part of their complicated split with the royal family. If you're keeping track, the couple...

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Coronavirus Outbreak Grows In Northern Italy

An outbreak of coronavirus in northern Italy worsened on Friday, reports Reuters. Officials in Italy are announcing 14 confirmed cases in the wealthy region of Lombardy. There are also two in the adjacent region of Veneto. This is breaking just hours after revealing that six people had come down with the virus. This makes it the first known cases of local transmission in Italy, including five health workers. The affected area is banning all public events and closing schools, offices and sports venues.

Defense Department IT Agency Reports Data Breach

The Defense Information Systems Agency said the breach happened last year.