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Father of fallen SEAL demands investigation

The father of fallen Navy SEAL William "Ryan" Owens is criticizing President Trump's decision to authorize the mission in Yemen and wants an investigation into why his son died.

Minnesota cop pleads not guilty in Philando…

A Minnesota police officer has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and other charges in the July shooting death of a black man

The Latest: Kansas bar attack survivor says he's…

A man who was wounded while trying to intervene in a suburban Kansas City bar shooting that left an Indian man dead and another wounded says he's "grateful" the attack is bringing the community together

Money being raised to restore vandalized Jewish…

Money is being raised to repair and restore more than 100 headstones that were vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia

Former President Bush breaks his silence on Trump

Reaction from Fox News contributor and former White House speechwriter Marc Thiessen

Trump announces he won't attend WH correspondents…

Political panel weighs in

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Police officer: Not clear if ransom was paid for…

Nigerian police say it is not clear if a ransom was paid for the release of two German archaeologists freed over the weekend

Flight attendant charged in fake bomb threat signs plea deal

A flight attendant accused of making bogus bomb threats on two Skywest flights in 2015 has signed a plea deal

Buffett: Why anyone would buy a 30 year bond…

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett told CNBC he can't see any reason for investors to buy 30-year bonds right now.

An exclusive look inside the Oscar gift bags for…

Every year for the Academy Awards, an outside company puts together gift bags as a consolation prize for the nominees who didn’t win an Oscar. Included in the bag is a Casper pillow, golden Crayola crayons and even a trip in Kauai!

City turns to hackers to quell house fires

Hackers in Louisville, Kentucky, worked with the city to create CASPER, a wireless device that listens for smoke detectors in abandoned buildings and sends text messages to let authorities know there could be a fire.

Will Nokia phones be bestsellers again?

The worldwide launch of Nokia-branded Android smartphones marks a bold bet to revive the business.

The New York Times Illustrated Interview…

From The New York Times: The silver-haired host of ‘'Anderson Cooper 360°’' on CNN, whose book 'The Rainbow Comes and Goes' recently came out in paperback, sketched his answers with a pen in his New York office. By GABÉ DOPPELT.

Oxford Adds 300 New Words to Dictionary

Oxford recently added 300 new words to its dictionary, and many of them are millennial inspired.

'Swirling paranoia' takes over the White House

The White House is working to crack down on leaks coming out of the White House, with WH press Secretary Spicer requiring staffers to dump their phones ahead of a meeting, according to a report.

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The politics of the Oscars

Ann Hornaday and Ted Johnson discuss how politics will be on full-display at the Oscars.

Emerging Pattern? Trump Media Attacks Follow…

Looking back as far as the election, a pattern seems to emerge in which President Trump attacks the media after major news reports about Russia.

A Tortoise and a Baby Bunny Become Best Friends

Some kindness on a cold night led to this unlikely friendship. Emily Drooby (@emilydrooby) has the story.

White House: President Donald Trump's upcoming budget to ask for $54B increase in defense budget

White House: President Donald Trump's upcoming budget to ask for $54B increase in defense budget

Uncle of boy killed over missing birthday cake gets 10 years

The uncle of a 9-year-old boy who was fatally beaten over a missing piece of birthday cake has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for handcuffing him to a chair and watching the mother's boyfriend pummel the boy senseless

Transgender teenage wrestler wins girl's state…

Mack Beggs, a teenager who is transitioning from female to male, wins the Texas girl's state championship. Linda So reports.

Takata guilty plea expected in cover-up of air bag troubles

Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp. is expected to plead guilty to wire fraud and agree to a $1 billion penalty for concealing a deadly air bag inflator problem during a hearing Monday afternoon in U.S. District Court in Detroit

Georgia deputy dies in fiery crash while on job

A south Georgia deputy has been killed in a fiery crash while on the job

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Someone Has Taken The Blame For That Oscars Best…

PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accounting firm responsible for overseeing the Academy Awards' voting process, has taken the blame for the mix-up.

George W. Bush: Power is addictive

Former President George W. Bush was asked about the media during an interview on NBC's "Today," he responded that media is essential to democracy and that power is addictive.