The media just can't stop making themselves look worse than Trump
Every morning, it seems, President Trump's most determined opponents awake to find out what sort of obnoxious, fact-challenged, puerile, norm-breaking thing he has offered that...
23 minutes ago - New York Post
State must pay $400K for former inmate's eye injury
ALBANY - The state must pay roughly $400,000 to an ex-inmate from Washington County because it failed to provide him with safety goggles before a piece of metal got stuck in...
57 minutes ago - Times Union
St. Louis Co. Courthouse Workers Share Powerball Prize
MINNEAPOLIS - It is not every day that a party bus full of lottery winners roles into town. But that is exactly what happened Friday morning in Roseville, when a group of...
1 hour ago - CBS
Rauner order bars lawmakers from property-tax appeals
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - Gov. Bruce Rauner has issued a ban on legislators financially benefiting from state property-tax appeals. Rauner issued an executive order Friday calling...
1 hour ago - The Seattle Times - 2 articles
Unique celebrity baby names
These celebrities must want their babies' names to be even more of a household name than their own. Why else would you name a kid "Royal Reign"?
1 hour ago - ABC
School leaders in Cumberland County defend decision to close schools Friday
School leaders in Cumberland County hoped to have students back in classes on the final day of the work week and operate on a two-hour delay, but that changed when the district...
1 hour ago - WRAL
Grandmother carjacked while reading bible in front of Portage Park school
A 72-year-old grandmother was carjacked Thursday afternoon while sitting in her car reading her bible in front of a Lutheran grade school in the Portage Park neighborhood on...
2 hours ago - ABC
While you were glued to Twitter, a high-tech job passed you by
Each time work gets outsourced or tasks get handed off to a machine, “we must reach up and learn a new skill or in some ways expand our capabilities as humans in order to fully...
2 hours ago - The Seattle Times
What Liberian President-elect George Weah must do
Liberia's George Weah must commit to put people before profit.
2 hours ago - Al Jazeera
Baltimore police commissioner amid record murder rate
An announcement from Mayor Catherine E. Pugh's office Friday morning says Deputy Commissioner Darryl DeSousa will take Kevin Davis' place.
2 hours ago - NBC News
The headlines of News BreaK
Girl Scouts deliver cute, clever cookie sales pitch
If you're looking to buy some Girl Scout cookies, a pair of sisters in New Hampshire would like you to hear their pitch.
13 ways to keep your pets warm this winter
These items will help make winter walks way easier to manage, for you *and* your pup!
No motive uncovered for Las Vegas mass shooting, sheriff says
Ivestigators still have not determined why Stephen Paddock opened fire from a high-rise hotel suite, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds.
Trump steps to forefront of anti-abortion movement with March for Life speech
The president is expected to speak by video Friday to thousands of anti-abortion activists participating in the March for Life.
Tom Petty died of an accidental drug overdose
Tom Petty‘s death was due to an accidental drug overdose after he took a variety of pain medications. An autopsy for the “Free Falling” singer showed that he had taken several...
Anti-smoking plan may kill cigarettes-and save Big Tobacco
FILE - In this Thursday, May 18, 2017 file photo, packs of cigarettes are offered for sale at a convenience store in Helena, Mont. Tobacco companies have made claims about...
Kim and Kanye named their baby Chicago
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West added another geographical name to their brood.
Battle lines already forming for Menendez corruption retrial
NEWARK, N.J. - U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez might spend 2018 asking voters to re-elect him and jurors to acquit him. Prosecutors from the Department of Justice told a federal judge...
Bed Bath & Beyond recalls comforters that may contain mold
The items were sold at stores nationwide and online from August through October 2017 for about $70 to $110.
Prosecutors to seek death penalty in Chinese scholar case
CHICAGO - U.S. prosecutors will seek the death penalty for a former physics student charged with the kidnapping and killing of a University of Illinois scholar from China, they...