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Man Uses Coffee Cup to Fight Off Wild Coyote

Ben Pool said he tried to scare the "extremely aggressive" coyote away with noises but the animal would not relent.

Police confirm video of Patriots owner Robert…

After charging Patriots owner Robert Kraft with soliciting prostitution, the Jupiter police claimed they have video evidence to prove it.

Today in History for February 24th

Highlights of this day in history: President Andrew Johnson impeached; The Nazi Party holds its first major meeting; Manila liberated during World War II; Britain's Prince Charles, Lady Diana Spencer engaged; Lauryn Hill's Grammy feat. (Feb. 24)

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Oscars: Stars and stand-ins rehearse for the big…

'And the Oscar goes to...': Stars and stand-ins rehearse for the big show

Humanitarian Aid Passes Into Venezuela

Humanitarian aid has passed into Venezuela, though some of it has been blocked from moving further. Meanwhile, several soldiers have defected.

Who Is Roma Director Alfonso Cuarón? You've…

'Roma' might just sweep the Academy Awards this weekend.

See All The Best Photos From Prince Harry and…

The royals arrived in Casablanca today. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have arrived in Morocco. The royal couple just touched down at the Casablanca Airport for their three day tour of the country. The royal couple was asked to make the trip by the British government, and a Kensington Palace spokesperson told People that Harry and Meghan's visit is centered around two main causes. "It will build on the close relationship between the U.K. and Morocco," the spokesperson said. "The Duke and Duchess are looking forward to the visit which will highlight the vital roles that girls’ education and youth empowerment are playing in, and shaping, modern Morocco."See all the best photos from Harry and Meghan's time in Morocco right here.

All of Lady Gaga’s tattoos and their meanings

The singer is no stranger to the needle; she has more than 20 tattoos of various shapes and sizes.

'Real Yield Roundup': The Big Week Ahead in…

Feb.22 -- Invesco's Rob Waldner, BMO's Scott Kimball and Aberdeen's James Athey speak with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro about the key market moving events to watch next week. And once again, it's the Federal Reserve in the spotlight with Chairman Jay Powell taking center stage in Washington D.C. Will he stick to the script of throw the markets another curve ball?

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Mueller Doesn't Call For Specific Sentencing…

Large portions of the special counsel's sentencing memo were redacted, which may have contributed to why it was released later than the set deadline.

North Korea confirms leader Kim Jong Un on train…

North Korean state media has confirmed that leader Kim Jong Un is on a train to Vietnam for his second summit with President Donald Trump

Defense chief gets close look at US-Mexico border

The Pentagon's acting chief is visiting the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas as he considers how to use emergency powers invoked by President Donald Trump to help build a border wall. (Feb. 23)

All About Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's…

From the day they first met to their highly-anticipated Oscars performance on Sunday night.

Ellen Page was told: ‘People cannot know you’re gay’

“And I was pressured — forced, in many cases — to always wear dresses and heels for events and photo shoots," the actress revealed.

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Warning Signs Flashing in Emerging Market Debt?

Feb.22 -- Emerging Markets have outperformed in 2019, despite holding the title of 'most crowded long trade' according to Bank of America. China's credit remains sizzling hot even in the face of a noticeable economic slowdown. The impact of January's RRR cut and the PBOC's pre-holiday fund injections continues to lift market sentiment. But are there cracks beginning to emerge in the rally, and is it time to scale back expectations? Invesco's Rob Waldner, BMO's Scott Kimball and Aberdeen's James Athey talk with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro to unveil their playbook for China and emerging market debt.