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Steve Green on what's inside the Museum of the…

Museum of the Bible chairman and Hobby Lobby president shares insight on 'Fox News @ Night.'

How has California fared under liberal…

An examination of the state on 'The Ingraham Angle.'

Police officer killed in Pennsylvania, gunman at…

Authorities in Pennsylvania say a police officer was shot and killed while making a traffic stop and an intense search is underway for the gunman

AP PHOTOS: A selection of pictures from the past…

PHOTO GALLERY: People pass by building destroyed by earthquake in Iraq; Rohingya Muslim children fly kite in refugee camp in Bangladesh; floodwaters sweep car into house in Greece.

9 injured in large fire atop 6-story apartment…

Large fire on top floors of 6-story apartment building results in 9 minor injuries

Ousted Caracas mayor reaches Spain after fleeing…

Ousted Caracas Mayor Antonio Ledezma has arrived in Madrid a day after he escaped from house arrest in Venezuela and slipped past security forces into Colombia

Cops: Teacher Was Waiting for Student in Candlelit Room

A 22-year-old Oklahoma science teacher was arrested Wednesday, accused of having sex with a student. Police say the 16-year-old boy had explicit text messages and nude photos from the Yukon High School teacher, Hunter Day, on his phone, and his parents called police. The boy and Day had a previously-arranged...

Keystone pipeline leaks 200,000 gallons of oil

Part of the Keystone pipeline was shut down in South Dakota after 200,000 gallons of oil leaked.

Ryan Seacrest disputes ‘reckless’ misconduct…

TV host Ryan Seacrest released a statement disputing a misconduct claim by a former wardrobe stylist at E! News. Seacrest said he apologized if he ever made anyone feel disrespected but claims his record will speak for itself.

How to clean your oven without harsh chemicals

All you need is simple household items to rid of the mess inside your oven.

'People sense Robert Mugabe is gone'

Protests turn to celebrations on the streets of Zimbabwe's capital Harare.

The New York Times - What It’s Like to Live in…

From The New York Times: New Delhi’s air quality worsens every winter. Jeffrey Gettleman, Times South Asia bureau chief, talks to residents who are suffering from the pollution and some who call it a “slow poison.”By: By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN, VIKRAM SINGH and DAVID BOTTI. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2jExyrb

Convictions of 15 Black Men Overturned In Chicago

The city of Chicago just made history with the largest mass exoneration in the city.

Mika: We need honest, open conversation

The Morning Joe panel shares its final thoughts on Friday's show, which largely dealt with harassment in Washington and in the work place.

WaPo: Trump has made over 1500 misleading or…

Since President Trump took office on January 20th, the Washington Post has been tracking one very specific statistic: all the President's falsehoods.

North Carolina Trump voters review presidency…

A pair of Trump voters, as part of a North Carolina focus group conducted by pollster Peter Hart, delivered particularly negative reviews of the presidency so far.

Yes, You Can Die Of A Broken Heart

People who suffer form takotsubo cardiomyopathy, or Broken Heart Syndrome, have the same survival rates as those who have had a heart attack.

Palestinian official balking at US 'extortion or…

The Palestinian foreign minister says the Palestinian leadership is waiting for further word from the United States after the Trump administration's threat to close the Palestinians' Washington office if they don't enter serious peace talks with Israel

3 months after clashes, Boston hosting free speech rally

Free speech advocates whose rally on Boston Common last summer drew boisterous counter-protesters plan to regroup there this weekend

Wall Street slips

Wall Street ended the week on a sour note Friday. As Fred Katayama reports, investors weighed the fate of the Republican's tax overhaul plan.

Bonn climate talks end with progress despite US…

Negotiators worked through the night on the technical details of the Paris climate accord before two weeks of global talks on climate change finally ended in Bonn

UN seeks to put human rights experts into new Sahel force

The United Nations is seeking to put human rights advisers and monitors into the 5,000-troop African force from five nations that in charged with fighting extremists in western Africa's vast Sahel region

Mugabe Appears In Public As His Party Calls For…

Zimbabwe's president is now facing pressure from his party to stand aside in the wake of a military intervention in the country.