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WATCH: 3-Year-Old Nails the National Anthem

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Tourist's Sexually-Motivated Killing 'Organized…

Relatives of Florida resident Carla Stefaniak, 36, say they have been told more than one person is responsible for her death.

Mueller Releases Key Memo Before Flynn's…

Hours before a judge will sentence Michael Flynn for lying to the FBI, Robert Mueller released a key memo about those lies.

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This Is What Christmas Looked Like the Year You…

Need a little decorating inspiration? Check out this blast from the past!

Chicago police: 2 officers die after being struck…

Chicago police say two officers have died after being struck by a train while investigating reports of gunfire

We Are Looking at a Much Bigger Slowdown for…

Dec.17 -- Charlene Chu, partner and head of Asian research at Autonomous Research Asia, discusses China's economy and her outlook for 2019. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

If You're Looking To Eat Healthy In The New Year…

Fact: Healthy eating does NOT need to mean boring eating.

15 Things To Do On Valentine's Day In New York…

Because you're Valentine is too special for a typical night of romance. This Valentine's Day don't settle for the quintessential candle-lit dinner or movie–instead take advantage of all New York City has to offer. Whether you're planning a date night with your significant other– or hitting the town with your friends, we've rounded up some of the best deals, specials, and sexy atmospheres around New York for you to make the most of out this Valentine's Day.

‘No late seating’ doesn’t apply to Oprah at ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

Despite producer Scott Rudin's “no late seating” policy at Broadway's "To Kill a Mockingbird," nine minutes past curtain, Oprah rushed to her seat.

Nissan Delays Decision on Ghosn Successor

Dec.17 -- Nissan's much awaited board meeting wraps up today without a decision on Carlos Ghosn's successor as chairman. Bloomberg's David Ingles reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

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Hollywood stars join Disney characters on the ice

Hollywood stars stepped onto the skating rink -- with their kids -- this weekend in Los Angeles before a Disney on Ice performance. (Dec. 17)

Man dies in crash following deadly California…

Central California authorities say a man who went on a deadly robbery, shooting and carjacking rampage has died in a high-speed crash during which he intentionally tried to smash into other cars

CBS Denies Former CEO Les Moonves $120 Million…

CBS' Board of Directors found Moonves had violated company policies and breached his contract.

The Year of Meghan Markle: 25 of Her Best Looks…

No one owned this year more than the Duchess of Sussex. No one owned this year more than Meghan Markle. The American actress has lived out the ultimate fairytale- marrying her prince (an actual prince), and joining the British Royal Family as the Duchess of Sussex . From her stunning custom Givenchy wedding gown, to the Dior, Brandon Maxwell, and lots more Givenchy, these are Meghan's most standout looks of the year. And with a baby on the way, 2019 is looking to be an even bigger one for the Duchess.

21 Ways To Make Fruitcake That Are More Exciting…

Sorry, grandma. Forget everything you thought you felt about fruitcake. These twists on the Christmas classic will have you going in for seconds, and wanting to bake it more than once a year. Looking for more classic Christmas desserts? Try our best holiday cookie recipes.

Lorne Michaels sending Pete Davidson to get help

"Saturday Night Live" chief Lorne Michaels axed sketches with Pete Davidson at the 11th hour — following his desperate Instagram post on Saturday.

Oil Closes Below $50 a Barrel for First Time in a…

Dec.17 -- Crude settled below $50 a barrel in New York for the first time in more than a year. A jump in inventories, falling equities and the anticipation of another Fed rate hike this week all putting downward pressure on prices. Bloomberg's Stephen Stapczynski reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

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Challenges and Opportunities for Companies Doing…

Dec.17 -- Nicholas Holt, chairman of British Chamber of Commerce in China, discusses the obstacles and the opportunities facing British companies that wish to do business in China. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."