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ISIS Attack In Syria Kills US Service Members

The spokesperson for the US-led coalition in Syria said the service members were conducting a routine patrol at the time.

'Rent: Live' cast vamp up for ‘the best version…

Fox network is just about ready for its production of 'Rent' to air in just over a week starring Vanessa Hudgens, Brandon Victor Dixon, Keirsey Clemens and more. (Jan. 16)

Bob Costas exiting longtime home at NBC Sports

NBC Sports says Bob Costas is leaving his longtime broadcast home, where he emceed NBC's Olympics coverage 11 times

Georgia Man Charged With Plotting To Attack White…

Hasher Jallal Taheb has been charged with "attempting to damage or destroy a building owned by the United States using fire or an explosive," U.S. Attorney Byung J. "BJay'' Pak said.

Watchdog: GSA 'Ignored' Constitution By Letting…

The GSA's inspector general said the agency knew letting the president keep his D.C. hotel lease might violate the Constitution.

Giuliani: Probe is 'over enough' for Mueller to…

President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani tells CNN's Chris Cuomo that special counsel Robert Mueller's work is "over enough" and that he should show what he's found.

Pence says IS defeated despite Syria attack

US Vice-President Mike Pence made the claim on the same day as an apparent suicide bombing in Manbij.

Is Black Pepper Healthy? Here's What the Science…

Like salt, black pepper sits on almost every kitchen table or countertop in America. But while whole books have been written about sodium consumption and human health, black pepper and its compounds have garnered little attention from experts.

Earthquake shattered Los Angeles 25 years ago

This week marks 25 years since a deadly earthquake struck Southern California's densely populated San Fernando Valley. (Jan. 16)

Forced to Work on Sundays, Dishwasher Awarded $21M

A dishwasher at a Miami hotel claimed in a lawsuit that her former employer violated her religious rights by scheduling her to work on Sundays. This week, a jury agreed and awarded Marie Jean Pierre $21 million in punitive damages, NBC reports. But, as WTVJ points out, she’ll end up...

Judge Andrew Napolitano: Can the FBI really investigate President Trump?

Can the FBI investigate the president? In a word: Yes. Here is the back story.

Spurs rally from 19 down, beat Mavs 105-101

Davis Bertans hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:41 left, and the San Antonio Spurs rallied from a 19-point first-half deficit to beat the Dallas Mavericks 105-101

Who is the Unicorn on ‘The Masked Singer?’

Who is the Unicorn on The Masked Singer? Check out all the clues and our best guesses for the Unicorn's identity, here.

Trump Signs Bill To Provide Back Pay For Federal…

​The Government Employee Fair Treatment Act of 2019 will compensate federal employees "for wages lost, work performed, or leave used."

Governor's Husband Cleans Park Bathroom, Bills…

Among the “grim consequences” of the ongoing government shutdown, the Guardian notes, are “messy toilets, broken Joshua trees , and unsupervised campers” at national parks around the US. In Oregon, Dan Little, husband of Gov. Kate Brown, got his hands dirty this month to mitigate at least one of those consequences—...

Canadian citizen kidnapped in Burkina Faso

A Canadian citizen was kidnapped on Tuesday in Burkina Faso, the country's Minister of Security said.

Liam Neeson's nephew dies 5 years after injuring head in 20-foot fall

Actor Liam Neeson's nephew died over the weekend, five years after injuring his head in a 20-foot fall, Fox News has confirmed.