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Kayla Moore: My husband will not step down

Roy Moore's wife speaks out in Montgomery, Alabama.

Fireworks erupt between Senators over GOP tax…

Watch and see a shouting match erupt between Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch and Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown over GOP tax reform during a Senate hearing

Top-ranked Baltimore officer cleared in police…

A police disciplinary panel has cleared a Baltimore officer in an internal review of the death of a young black man whose neck was broken in a police van in April 2015

NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this…

NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week

Investigation: Radioactive leaks at Illinois…

Illinois nuclear plants leak radioactive waste despite efforts to halt accidents

The Latest: Army commander's wife a grad at…

The Latest: Zimbabwe army commander's wife was a graduate at ceremony Mugabe attended

101-year-old man identified as California wildfires victim

A 101-year-old man who told his wife to flee last month's deadly Northern California wildfires without him is the latest victim of the blazes to be identified by coroner's officials

GOP hopes to have tax bill to Trump by Christmas

CNBC's Ylan Mui reports the latest on the House Republicans' efforts on passing tax reform and their deadline for the bill.

Wireless earphones for phones without a jack

These wireless and Bluetooth earbuds can do more than just play your music.

Hero dog gets highest bravery award

Eight-year-old Mali has been given the Dickin Medal for serving in Afghanistan.

The New York Times - 36 Questions That Lead to…

From The New York Times: “Tell your partner what you like about them, and be very honest.” We asked three couples who know everything about each other to try out Modern Love’s 36 questions, intended to bring strangers closer.By: By SAMANTHA STARK and BONNIE WERTHEIM. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2jvKWNY

Mind-Blowing, Affordable Adventures for Your…

Mind-Blowing, Affordable Adventures for Your Bucket List

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.

Trump family could save more than 1 billion under…

A majority of voters do not support the Republican tax bill and 61% think it mainly benefits the rich.

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.

House GOP chairman criticizes Trump policy on animal imports

The top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee says the Trump administration's decision to allow the importation of body parts from African elephants shot for sport is the "wrong move at the wrong time."

Judge: Pennsylvania State Police tried to avoid…

Lawyers for Pennsylvania State Police are squaring off against a district attorney in court over a grand jury investigation that state police want to shut down

Draghi says cheap cash still key for euro zone

Mario Draghi says the ECB is becoming increasingly confident in the euro zone recovery - but that cheap central bank cash is still key. As Silvia Antonioli also reports, a poll finds economists expect the bloc's economy to mark its best year in a decade.

Tesla wants to electrify big trucks, adding to…

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

St. Louis police issue order acknowledging journalist rights

St. Louis police officers will be required each month to read and acknowledge a special order reiterating the rights of journalists

Sen. Bob Menendez Now Faces A Senate Ethics…

Just hours after a mistrial was announced, the Senate Ethics Committee said it will resume its investigation of the embattled senator.

UN panel agrees to move ahead with debate on 'killer robots'

A U.N. panel is moving ahead with efforts to define and possibly set limits on weapons that can kill without human involvement, but not as quickly as some human rights groups and other opponents think is necessary to keep up with technological advances