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Watch: Armed Teens Carjack Elderly Woman Outside Walmart

Police have been looking for three armed juveniles, who were seen in a surveillance footage released Thursday, targeting and following an elderly woman into a Lauderdale Lakes Walmart in Florida and then waiting for her to return to her car in the parking

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Medical Marijuana Gummy Bears Mistakenly Distributed In School By 5th Grader

A fifth-grade student was suspended from her New Mexico elementary school and her parents were placed under investigation after the child distributed medical marijuana gummy bears, local media reported. The incident took place last Thursday when the gi

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Burger King takes a swat at McDonald's with its new gut bomb burger

In an effort to go after rival McDonald's, Burger King has unveiled a hefty new burger made with a half-pound of beef, and it went on sale Thursday.

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Trump Campaign Email Asks People To Crown 'King Of Fake News'

President Donald Trump did not seem satisfied after he announced his long-due "Fake News Awards" Wednesday. After a list of winners was put up on the GOP website, an email by the Trump-Pence re-election campaign was sent out Thursday, asking the people of

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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.

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Kids were shown food but not allowed to eat it, prosecutor says

David and Louise Turpin, accused of keeping their 13 children captive and shackling some of them inside a squalid Southern California home, have their first court hearing Thursday.

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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.

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Government shutdown: Where the senators stand

If the House passes a short-term spending bill on Thursday, the Senate will need 60 votes to move it forward.

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Zimbabwe opposition leader Roy Bennett among 5 killed in New Mexico helicopter crash

Key Zimbabwean opposition leader Roy Bennett was one of five people killed when a helicopter crashed in a mountainous region of New Mexico, police said Thursday.

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Norfolk Southern pushing for 'more stable' rail service in 2018: CEO

LOMBARD, Ill. (Reuters) - Norfolk Southern Corp is working toward a "more stable, resilient" network for 2018 following service issues in recent months, the No. 4 U.S. railroad's top executive said on Thursday.

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Multiple Pennsylvania police officers injured in shooting, officials say

Multiple Pennsylvania police officers were injured Thursday after a shooting in Harrisburg, officials said.

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Parents of captive siblings to make court appearance in California

PERRIS, Calif. (Reuters) - A Southern California couple accused of keeping their 13 children captive and malnourished in the family's squalid suburban home were scheduled to make a first court appearance on Thursday.

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US Treasury yields higher as auction news takes center stage

U.S. government debt prices were lower on Thursday, as investors prepared for the latest news in the data and auctions space.

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Oklahoma Mother Found Guilty Of Killing Daughter With Crucifix

An Oklahoma woman was found guilty of beating her daughter and shoving a crucifix and medallion down her throat, ultimately leading to her death. She was convicted of first-degree murder Thursday after going through a trial. The suspect identifie

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Trump's 'shithole' remark makes global headlines – but it doesn't quite translate

Some countries struggled to find an appropriate translation for the president’s offensive comments– and others chose to employ the censor’s pencilDonald Trump’s description of Haiti, El Salvador and unspecified African countrie

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Murder Suspect Jonathan Bennett Ambushes Police Officers, Dies Following Shootout

A man wanted for allegedly killing the mother of his infant daughter was shot dead Thursday night after he ambushed police officers outside the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police (CMPD) headquarters in North Carolina. Police were searching for Jonathan Bennett

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Up to 43 people still listed as missing from destructive mudslide in California; 17 dead

Authorities said Thursday that up to 43 people are still missing from deadly mudslides in Southern California.

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Final Sutherland Springs church shooting victim, 6, returns home

The last victim still hospitalized after a gunman opened fire at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, in November left the hospital Thursday, receiving a grand ride home in the front seat of a firetruck.

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Several alleged MS-13 gang members indicted on murder, drug charges, officials say

More than a dozen alleged members of the violent MS-13 gang, including a person believed to be an operation leader on the East coast, were indicted by a grand jury in New York on Thursday, officials announced.

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Port Authority bomb suspect pleads 'at this moment, not guilty'

A Bangladeshi immigrant accused of attempting to bomb the New York City subway system told a federal judge Thursday he was "at this moment, not guilty" of the charges against him.

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Megyn Kelly Says Fat-Shaming Works, Asked Stepfather To Call Her 'Fatass'

Megyn Kelly, 47, says that when she was studying at Albany Law School she asked her stepfather to “fat-shame” her each time she entered the kitchen to snack. Speaking with “Fit Mom” and mommy blogger Maria Kang, 37, on her “T

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Teacher’s aide, 32, gets prison for sex with teen boy student 'inside a van with a full sized bed'

A former Virginia high school sign language interpreter and mother was sentenced to prison Thursday for having sex with a 15-year-old student in a van specially equipped with a bed, officials said.

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U.S. Marshals to hold auction of seized bitcoin on Jan. 22

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. government will hold an auction of about 3,813 bitcoins that were seized in federal criminal, civil and administrative cases, the U.S. Marshals Service said on Thursday.

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Attorney general's team to review Obama-era Hezbollah probes

The Justice Department is forming a team of prosecutors to investigate drug trafficking and money laundering linked to Iranian-backed Hezbollah militant movement, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Thursday.

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Dow jumps 150 points to record, led by Boeing and other big economic growth plays

U.S. stocks opened higher on Thursday as the latest corporate earnings season begins on Wall Street.

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US stock futures eke out gains as investors keep an eye on data, bonds

U.S. stock index futures edged slightly higher ahead of the open on Thursday, as investors took note of the mixed sentiment in markets overseas.

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US Treasury yields slip after new report on China bond-buying

U.S. government debt prices were higher on Thursday.

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WATCH: Terrifying Videos Show Bahamas Cruise Ship Caught In 'Bomb Cyclone'

Up to 400 passengers aboard the cruise ship "Norwegian Breakaway" were hit by 30-foot high waves when it sailed into the winter "bomb cyclone" in the Atlantic Ocean Thursday. Several videos from the ship showed the water in the sea rising to the level

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