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Peter Schweizer on the significance of the…

'Clinton Cash' author shares insight on 'Hannity.'

Democratic Party plagued by scandals

Reaction to a terrible week for the left on 'Hannity.'

Police officer killed in Pennsylvania, gunman at…

Authorities in Pennsylvania say a police officer was shot and killed while making a traffic stop and an intense search is underway for the gunman

9 injured in large fire atop 6-story apartment…

Large fire on top floors of 6-story apartment building results in 9 minor injuries

Crash sends California police car off road…

Authorities say a Los Angeles County sheriff's patrol vehicle heading to an emergency call crashed with another car and then ran onto a sidewalk, killing two small boys and critically injuring their mother

Lebanon PM: Saudi trip was to consult on…

Lebanon's PM says his stay in Saudi Arabia was to consult on his country's future

3 months after clashes, Boston hosting free speech rally

Free speech advocates whose rally on Boston Common last summer drew boisterous counter-protesters plan to regroup there this weekend

Keystone pipeline leaks 200,000 gallons of oil

Part of the Keystone pipeline was shut down in South Dakota after 200,000 gallons of oil leaked.

Apple's visitor center opens to the public

CNET takes you inside Apple Park with its new Apple Store, cafe, and more.

How worried should we be about melting ice caps?

As the UN climate change conference ends, BBC Science's David Shukman takes a look at melting ice caps.

The New York Times - Coups: What Goes Into…

From The New York Times: The military takeover in Zimbabwe is just the latest in a long history of government overthrows. Here are several types of coups perpetrated by rogue operators.By: By NILO TABRIZY. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2jAYDv8

Convictions of 15 Black Men Overturned In Chicago

The city of Chicago just made history with the largest mass exoneration in the city.

Mika: We need honest, open conversation

The Morning Joe panel shares its final thoughts on Friday's show, which largely dealt with harassment in Washington and in the work place.

WaPo: Trump has made over 1500 misleading or…

Since President Trump took office on January 20th, the Washington Post has been tracking one very specific statistic: all the President's falsehoods.

North Carolina Trump voters review presidency…

A pair of Trump voters, as part of a North Carolina focus group conducted by pollster Peter Hart, delivered particularly negative reviews of the presidency so far.

Yes, You Can Die Of A Broken Heart

People who suffer form takotsubo cardiomyopathy, or Broken Heart Syndrome, have the same survival rates as those who have had a heart attack.

Oklahoma governor's budget bill veto could bring new session

Republican Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has vetoed a bill that would have raided cash reserves and cut deeper into agency funding to balance the state budget

UN seeks to put human rights experts into new Sahel force

The United Nations is seeking to put human rights advisers and monitors into the 5,000-troop African force from five nations that in charged with fighting extremists in western Africa's vast Sahel region

Wall Street slips

Wall Street ended the week on a sour note Friday. As Fred Katayama reports, investors weighed the fate of the Republican's tax overhaul plan.

Defense lawyer calls witness at FIFA bribery…

Lawyer for South American soccer official charged in corruption case involving the sport's governing body calls key witness at New York trial 'serial liar'

Rev Jesse Jackson discloses Parkinson's disease…

Jesse Jackson says he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2015

Mugabe Appears In Public As His Party Calls For…

Zimbabwe's president is now facing pressure from his party to stand aside in the wake of a military intervention in the country.

Tesla wants to electrify big trucks, adding to…

Tesla says it will electrify trucking with 500-mile-range semi due out in 2019