United States

Snowstorm pummels southeast, kills 10, including 8-month-old baby

Winter Storm Inga swept the South from Texas to Florida and even north to Massachusets on Wednesday, killing at least 10 people and wreaking havoc on flights.

United States

Police: Man who clashed with North Dakota officer arrested

Authorities have found the vehicle used by a man accused of trying to run over a police officer in North Dakota, but the suspect hasn't been found.

Sport

Cavs snap four-game losing streak with win over Magic

Cleveland blows a 23-point lead but ends up with the victory over Orlando.

Sport

Magic erase 20-point deficit in 2nd half, come up just short against Cavaliers

The Cleveland Cavaliers came up with a defensive stop in the frantic final seconds after blowing a 23-point lead to beat the Orlando Magic 104-103.

Sport

Lightning fall to Golden Knights in matchup of conference leaders

The Tampa Bay Lightning end up on the short end in their return from the bye week Thursday night against the Vegas Golden Knights.

United States

Officials fear China compromised US covert communications, report says

U.S. intelligence officials are now concerned that China has compromised the methods that the CIA uses to communicate with overseas assets, dampening agents’ enthusiasm after the Monday arrest of a former CIA officer for retaining classified inform

United States

Stansfield Turner, who led major CIA reforms, dies

Stansfield A. Turner, who as CIA director under President Jimmy Carter oversaw reforms at the agency in the wake of the scandal uncovered by the Church Committee, has died.

Sport

Pelicans Davis, Cousins named Western Conference All-Star starters

LeBron, Curry are captains, to draft NBA All-Star Game teams

Sport

TCU point guard Fisher done for season after knee surgery

TCU point guard Fisher done for season after knee surgery

United States

80-year-old accused of bank robbery has decades-old record

The lanky, bespectacled man walked into a bank in a strip mall on Tucson's northern edge with a gun, demanded that a teller hand over an undisclosed amount of cash and made his escape on foot.

World

Russian minister warns against reviving Nazis at exhibition

Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has opened an exhibition on the Holocaust in the former Soviet Union, saying the world has "a sacred duty" not only to commemorate the millions of victims "but to do everything in our power to prevent such tragedies

United States

Ex-Milwaukee cop at center of controversial shooting admits soliciting prostitution

A former Milwaukee police officer who was acquitted last year in a fatal shooting that sparked two nights of riots pleaded guilty Thursday to soliciting prostitution in an unrelated sexual assault case that could have sent him to prison for decades.

United States

Man in debt over DUI pleads guilty to robbing Kansas bank

A Kansas City, Missouri, man who was thousands of dollars in debt from a drunken driving case has pleaded guilty to a Kansas bank robbery that netted just $615.

Entertainment

'Big Bang Theory' Season 11, Episode 14 recap: guest stars shake up Raj's world

Raj is aware that he’s in no position to be picky when it comes to women wanting to date him, but what happens when a new lover comes with some extra baggage? That’s just what the gang tackled on Season 11, Episode 14 of “The Big Bang

Politics

Ex-Montana lawmaker gets 18 years for drug trafficking

A former leader of the Montana House of Representatives who once supported funding for an anti-drug campaign was sentenced to 18 years in prison Thursday for his central role in a methamphetamine trafficking ring.

Politics

Trump DOJ asks Supreme Court to overturn DACA ruling

The Department of Justice on Thursday formally asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower court’s ruling to block, in part, the Trump administration’s decision to phase out the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program.

Health

Aetna to pay $17 million after mailing revealed patients' HIV meds

Aetna has reached a $17 million settlement after a class-action lawsuit argued the health insurer breached the privacy of thousands of customers who take HIV medications.

United States

Grand jury indicts Missouri man arrested when Amtrak stopped

A grand jury has indicted a Missouri man on charges related to the stopping of an Amtrak train in Nebraska.

United States

Russian spy ship spotted off US coast a year ago returns to region

The Russian spy ship first spotted near American waters last year is back, Fox News can confirm.

Politics

GOP lawmakers demand that 'alarming' memo on FISA abuses be made public

A four-page memo that documents government surveillance in the United States is being described by Republican lawmakers as “shocking,” “troubling” and “alarming,” with one congressman likening what he read to KGB activi

Politics

Supreme Court delays order requiring North Carolina to redraw election maps

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday delayed a lower-court order that would have forced North Carolina Republican lawmakers to redraw the state's congressional districts by next week because of excessive partisan bias in current lines.

United States

LAPD spent millions on 'green' electric BMWs used for joyrides to nail salons, day lunches: report

Two years after the LAPD touted a multimillion-dollar purchase a fleet of eco-friendly electric BMWS, officers are mostly using the cars for personal trips to grab lunch and, in one case, visit a nail salon, according to a local report.

United States

Giant e-school closure means abrupt change for students

One of the nation's largest online charter schools is closing abruptly halfway through the academic year.

United States

Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock's ashes given to brother, coroner says

The cremated remains of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock were received by a family member on Thursday, the coroner said.

World

Car drives into crowd at Copacabana Beach in Rio; 11 hurt

A car has driven onto the crowded seaside boardwalk along Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, and Brazilian authorities say at least 11 people have been injured.

Entertainment

Law enforcement raids Newsweek and IBT Media offices

The New York office of Newsweek and its parent company, IBT Media, were raided by law enforcement on Thursday, according to numerous reports.

Politics

House panel releases Glenn Simpson testimony transcript

The co-founder of the opposition research firm Fusion GPS told the House Intelligence Committee this past November that "people were arrested or died mysteriously" after the existence of the now-infamous "Trump-Russia dossier" was made public.

World

New Zealand prime minister announces she's pregnant

New Zealand's prime minister announced on Friday that she is expecting her first child in June.

Entertainment

Dolly Parton wins two Guinness World Records for her successful career

Dolly Parton, the winner of countless awards over a career that spans decades, can now boast an accolade that precious few can.

World

Chair: US says Africa important but no apology for Trump

The chair of the Africa Group at the U.N. says U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley told ambassadors that Africa is "very important for the United States" — but she didn't apologize for President Donald Trump's vulgar comment about the continent as they had

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