2016 again? Trump rejects intel reports of…

President Donald Trump is minimizing new warnings from the intelligence community that Russia is interfering in this year's U.S. election campaign

Mom Looks After Adorable Monkey Born At St. Louis…

Check out this adorable monkey.

U.S. Women's National Team Asks For $66.7M In…

The U.S. Women's National Team is asking a judge to award them $66.7 million in damages and forgo a trial in its gender discrimination lawsuit.

Trump Sees 'Hoax No. 7' Underway in DC

Reports that intelligence officials informed Congress that Russia is meddling on President Trump's behalf in the 2020 election have caught Trump's attention, and he's not happy with the news—specifically that the lawmakers were informed about it. Sources told the New York Times and Washington Post that during the closed-door...

Rescuer to driver: 'I'm going to get you out'

One of the good Samaritans who rescued a driver from a burning tanker truck in Indiana describes what happened (Feb. 21)

Olivia Jade's Comeback Delayed

Olivia Jade Giannulli's YouTube channel has gone dark again. It's been a little over two months after she said she was trying to make a comeback. Olivia Jade's parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, have pleaded not guilty to a number of charges in the college admissions scandal. They are accused of bribing their daughters' ways into USC. A source told Us Weekly that Olivia Jade is struggling with trying to make a comeback. At the same timer her parents are facing decades in jail if found guilty. As new evidence is revealed it is becoming harder for Jade to deny knowledge and involvement in the scandal.

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Former Ukraine diplomat Marie Yovanovitch has…

The former Ukraine ambassador who provided chilling testimony during the Trump impeachment hearings has a book deal

Selena Gomez Releases New Song 'Feel Me'

Selena Gomez Releases New Song 'Feel Me' Gomez dropped the surprise bonus track to her album, 'Rare,' on Friday. The pop star has been teasing her fans about "Feel Me" since 2016. Selena Gomez, via Twitter The song appears to be about a former lover, and Gomez says that she was an honest and faithful partner. 'Rare' was released on January 10, 2020. The album debuted on top of the 'Billboard' 200, Gomez's third consecutive No. 1 album. The single, "Lose You to Love Me," about her relationship with Justin Bieber, landed at No. 1 on the 'Billboard' Hot 100.

What Miller told Staffers About Immigration

Stephen Miller is a senior adviser to President Donald Trump. He has been the architect behind the administration's immigration policy. A lengthy New Yorker profile detailed how passionate Miller was on the immigration issue. At the time, he was dating Mike Pence's press secretary Katie Waldman. He married Waldman on Sunday.

She'd Given Birth 3 Days Earlier. That Didn't…

An Indianapolis-area mom had quite the week, with a relatively quiet Tuesday and Wednesday bookended by the birth of her fourth child and a heroic rescue. The Indianapolis Star reports that Holly McNally, 35, delivered baby Connor on Monday after only a half-hour or so of labor. Connor has had...

Satellite loop shows North Carolina snow

This visible satellite loop shows snowcover (white, still areas) and clouds (white, moving areas) over North Carolina on Friday, Feb. 21.

Smartphone Addiction Is Affecting Your Brain's…

Smartphone Addiction Is Affecting Your Brain's Grey Matter, Study Says The new study was published in the journal, 'Addictive Behaviors.' Grey matter controls a variety of important functions including speech, sight, hearing and memory. According to the study, when one can't put down their phone, the size and shape of their grey matter is affected. Other reports have said that drug use is also associated with changes in grey matter. Per day, Americans spend an average of about four hours on their devices. This is according to a survey conducted last year by software company RescueTime. Researchers, via study

Bruins land Kase by trading Backes, 1st-round…

The NHL-leading Boston Bruins have freed up salary cap space by trading veteran forward David Backes and a first-round draft pick to the Anaheim Ducks for forward Ondrej Kase

Oklahoma Thunder success no surprise to Chris Paul

Many experts expected the Oklahoma City Thunder to struggle this season, but with Chris Paul’s leadership and All-Star level play, the team has a 33-22 record. (Feb, 20)

Bullied Boy Wanted to Die, Celebs Rallied to His…

"Give me a knife, I want to kill myself," a 9-year-old boy with dwarfism sobs in a heartbreaking video shared Tuesday by the boy's mother in an effort to raise awareness about bullying, which she says he suffers daily. Quaden Bayles of Queensland, Australia, is hopefully feeling a lot better...

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Syrian war pulls in major foreign actors…

Syria’s civil war has long provided a free-for-all battlefield for proxy fighters

Obama Tweets 'Happy Birthday' To John Lewis

Former President Barack Obama tweeted a birthday message to US Representative John Lewis on Friday.

Morales Blocked From Running For A Seat In…

Bolivia's Supreme Electoral Tribunal rejected former President Evo Morales' candidacy Thursday because he's no longer a resident.

Apple Responds to Guy Who Rang Tim Cook's Doorbell

Apple has secured a temporary restraining order against a man said to be harassing CEO Tim Cook. In one incident described in court documents first spotted by Dave Gershgorn at OneZero, Rakesh "Rocky" Sharma allegedly snuck past a closed gate at Cook's home in Palo Alto, Calif., after dark on...

BTS greeted by screaming fans in New York

K-pop band BTS were greeted by hundreds of fans lining New York's Rockefeller Plaza as they were interviewed on NBC's "Today" show. (Feb. 21)

Biden Scores Key Latino Endorsement

On Thursday, a top Hispanic advocacy group Thursday endorsed Vice President Joe Biden for the Democratic nomination. The Hill says the endorsement gives his campaign a much-needed push. Latino Victory Fund Chairman Luis Miranda said the group chose Biden for his experience in government. The Biden campaign has been in trouble since poor showings in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Inmate dubbed the 'Starved Rock Killer' freed…

An 80-year-old man has been freed after spending nearly 60 years in prison following his 1961 conviction in the killing of one of three suburban Chicago women who were bludgeoned to death in a state park

Coral Reefs Will Be Gone by the End of the…

Coral Reefs Will Be Gone by the End of the Century, Report Says The report from University of Hawaii Manoa says reefs worldwide will succumb to ocean acidity and warmer water. University biogeographer Reneee Setter says in 20 years, 90 percent of reefs could be wiped out. She adds that by 2100, habitable locations for reefs will also nearly be gone. Setter says that people should continue to combat ocean pollution, but individual efforts are not enough to save coral reefs in the end. Renee Setter, via press release Renee Setter, via press release

How Will 'Birds Of Prey' Be Remembered?

'Birds of Prey' is drastically under performing at the box office. But, is it the abysmal failure the media is painting it as? According to Den of Geek, the movie's box office performance is not as bad as recent reports make it seem. Den of Geek says the film is certainly a massive disappointment at the box office. But, it made $20-million over a four day weekend and held 48% of it's audience since its debut. Those are numbers most films would kill for.

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2 Firefighters Are Dead. 2 Boys Now Face Charges

Two firefighters have been confirmed dead in a blaze that erupted Tuesday at a California public library, allegedly set by two 13-year-old boys. Now, controversy has emerged over the charges faced by the juveniles. Coverage: The firefighters: Capt. Ray Figueroa, 35, and Patrick Jones, 25, both of the Porterville Fire...

Where could the next big snowstorm occur?

AccuWeather Chief Broadcast Meteorologist Bernie Rayno takes a look ahead to next week and details a dramatic pattern change that could produce a significant winter storm.

Roger Stone Sentenced to 40 Months in Prison

Roger Stone Sentenced to 40 Months in Prison On Feb. 20, President Donald Trump’s longtime friend, Roger Stone, was sentenced to three years and four months in prison. The penalty was decided by U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who said Stone’s “pride in his own lies” was a “threat” to the “foundations of our democracy.” Amy Berman Jackson, via ‘Washington Post’ He was also fined $20,000, given travel restrictions, and ordered to serve two years of supervised release and to continue to comply with the gag order in place. Trump weighed in on the sentencing, criticizing the “fairness” of Stone’s trial. Donald Trump, via Twitter Stone was initially convicted of seven counts of obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements to Congress in November 2019. The charges were a result of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into whether Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election.