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Things Keep Getting Worse For Popular Fast Food…

The longtime fast food restaurant is reeling as customers continue to fall ill across several US states.

Dog Tests Positive For Coronavirus

A dog has been placed in quarantine after testing positive for coronavirus.

New Walmart+ Service Poised To Change Retail…

Walmart finally has its answer to Amazon Prime, and customers are freaking out.

Pope Francis Cancels Mass In Rome Due To Illness…

The pope referenced the coronavirus during his mass on Ash Wednesday, then canceled further appearances.

Oprah Makes A Surprising Confession

Oprah Winfrey is one of the world's most powerful celebrities. She is also proving to be brutally honest.

Report: Los Angeles deputies shared Kobe Bryant…

Authorities are investigating whether deputies shared graphic photos of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven others

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Eat Less If You Want To Live Longer, Study Says

Eat less if you want to live longer, a study says.

Macaulay Culkin Is Returning To Acting With Big…

The 'Home Alone' star's involvement was announced by creator Ryan Murphy in an Instagram video..

Coronavirus Fears Wipe out $5 Trillion in Global…

Coronavirus Fears Wipe out $5 Trillion in Global Stocks Coronavirus fears continue to compound along with the number of international cases of the illness. On Friday, Global markets continued their dive, with the main European markets losing between two and three percent. John Lau, SEI Investments, via NBC Around the world, supply chains, travel, major events and school closures have rocked the world economy. John Lau, SEI Investments, via NBC Even secure assets such as U.S. government bonds hit new record lows due to weakened economic confidence. At Friday's opening, Wall Street had lost more than 12 percent since Monday. Due to the crisis, the Fed is expected to cut interest rates when it meets in mid-March.

Popular Snack Company Creates Sliced Mayonnaise

A snack company announced it will release individually wrapped slices of mayonnaise starting in March.

Coronavirus in Meth? Cops Defend the Hoax

Police across the country are issuing fake warnings about meth infected with coronavirus—and a health expert is none too pleased. Police departments in St. Francis County, Ark.; Johnson City, Texas; Taveres, Fla.; and Decatur County, Kan.; are among those that have shared the warning about COVID-19, which has killed...

Dow Lost 4,000 Points This Week

Lions Reportedly Eat Teen In Safari Park

A teenager who went out to cut grass ended up being eaten by lions in a safari park, authorities say.

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Canada To Soon Stop Providing Security For Harry…

This change stems from the couple's decision to step back from their royal duties. That will officially happen on March 31.

Field Conditions: Hockey Club promotes diversity…

Accuweather's Dexter Henry takes a look at how a club is helping to make the sport of hockey more inclusive.

I Am Fear

Trailer for 'I Am Fear' starring Eoin Macken, William Forsythe, Kristina Klebe, Faran Tahir, Bill Moseley

Cause of One of Worst US Boat Tragedies Is Still…

"Mayday, mayday, mayday." Those three words sent at 3:14am on Sept. 2 were the first inkling of the tragedy unfolding aboard a boat anchored near Santa Cruz Island off the California coast. As a story at Outside recounts, 34 people would die after fire broke out about the Conception,...

AP-NORC poll: Impeachment didn't dent Trump…

Do Americans trust anyone or anything in public life these days

This Pelican Showed Up At An Office In Texas

A pelican showed up at an office.

Pope Francis Cancels Mass in Rome Due to Illness

Pope Francis Cancels Mass in Rome Due to Illness The penitential mass was meant to mark the beginning of Lent. The nature of the 82-year-old pope's illness was not released by the Vatican. The pope was seen sneezing and coughing during the mass on Ash Wednesday. Clergy also refrained from the tradition of kissing the ring of the pontiff. The pope referenced the coronavirus during the mass. Pope Francis, via 'The New York Post' 12 people have died in Italy due to the virus. More than 400 cases have been confirmed in the country.

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She Wants Her Boss' Job, Has Her Badge Pulled

A deputy of South Carolina's largest sheriff's office has been stripped of her badge, uniform, and guns after expressing a desire to run for her boss' job. Al Cannon, 73, has been sheriff of Charleston County since 1988 and intends to remain in the job after the November election. While...

Apple iPad Keyboard Cover May Get Trackpad