Eric Shawn reports: The anti-Trump texts

Rep. Ron DeSantis on questions in the Russia investigation.

Eric Shawn reports: A UN vote against Pres. Trump

Amb. Dennis Ross on the security council push back to the U.S.

The Latest: Fog could cause additional delays in…

Thick fog blanketed Atlanta on Monday morning and authorities said that could lead to additional flight delays a day after a power outage crippled the world's busiest airport

Mom, 3 kids killed in NYC house fire; dad, teens…

New York Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro (NY'-groh) says a mother and three children have died in a Brooklyn house fire; the father and two teen-agers are in critical condition

DeVos to give commencement speech at University…

Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is scheduled to stop in Baltimore be the fall commencement speaker at a public university

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Islamic State attacks Afghan intelligence…

Islamic State gunmen stormed a partially constructed building near an intelligence training center in the Afghan capital, triggering a gun battle with security forces

Kentucky lawmaker's funeral in church where he preached

A Kentucky lawmaker who killed himself amid accusations of sexually assaulting a teenage girl is being remembered in the same church where he had preached and denied the allegations

Ebrahimi sister: 'Shocking racism'

The sister of murdered Bijan Ebrahimi welcomes a report which found evidence of institutional racism.

The New York Times - Trump’s Judicial Nominee…

From The New York Times: Matthew S. Petersen, a U.S. District Court judge nominee, failed to answer several questions about the law when asked by Senator John Kennedy at a hearing.By: By THE NEW YORK TIMES. Watch the original video on Times Video:

The Probe Into the Deaths of a Canadian…

Toronto’s homicide police have taken over the investigation into the mysterious deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman, after an autopsy report revealed that the prominent Toronto couple died from ligature neck compression, police said.

Marijuana Infused Wine Soon to be Available in…

Rebel Coast Winery will soon be rolling out an alcohol free, marijuana infused wine. Tony Spitz has the details.

Trump to unveil 'America First' national security…

President Donald Trump is poised to outline a new national security strategy that refocuses the United States' relationship with the rest of the world, essentially implementing President Donald Trump's "America First" mantra on a global scale

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Lawyer says threats prompt him to drop halal pizza lawsuits

A Detroit-area lawyer says threats on social media have prompted him to drop lawsuits challenging the halal preparation of Little Caesars pizza

Japan exports boom, but inflation more stubborn

Japanese exports accelerated sharply in November, yet again pointing to growing momentum in the world's third-biggest economy. But, as Sonia Legg reports, there was one catch: inflation remained stubbornly low and well off the central bank's 2 percent target.

Twitter rolls out stricter rules on abusive content

Twitter begins enforcing stricter rules on hateful and violent content

Teen killed while delivering newspapers in Chicago

Police say a 15-year-old boy who was helping his stepfather deliver newspapers was shot and killed in Chicago

Carolina Panthers Owner Will Sell After Reports…

Sports Illustrated reports at least four former Panthers employees have received financial settlements after misconduct by owner Jerry Richardson.

New Bitcoin-based security slightly higher in…

A new security based on the price of the digital currency bitcoin is trading slightly higher after its debut on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange

Eric Shawn reports: Strzok, Page, McCabe...and…

Fmr. FBI Deputy Asst. Director Danny Coulson on the Russian investigation

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Eric Shawn reports: NKorea accuses US of 'nuclear…

Amb. John Bolton on how to react to Kim Jong Un's continued defiance

Custer State Park to reopen Monday, but trails…

Custer State Park is set to reopen on a limited basis a week after a wildfire closed the popular park in southwestern South Dakota