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Vine Is Getting A Reboot, But It Won't Be Exactly…

V2's creator said the launch is "definitely" coming this year.

Hotel Owner Wants $6.5M from YouTuber in Feud…

A hotel owner is asking for nearly $6.5 million from a YouTube blogger who claimed he bullied her. Buzz60's Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) has more.

People Are Mad 'The Boss Baby' Was Nominated For…

The film has a 50 percent rating on Metacritic, and it was nominated alongside "Coco" and "Loving Vincent."

Formula E: Racing dune buggies in the Sahara

Ahead of the Marrakech ePrix in January, Supercharged caught up with the Jaguar Racing Team for a one-off showdown in the shadow of the Atlas Mountains.

Thousands Displaced After Turkey Invades Kurdish…

Turkey considers the Syrian Kurds terrorists even though they're backed by its ally, the U.S.

Impress Your Valentine's Date With Dinner in the…

The Palace of Westminster is opening its Member's Dining Room for Valentine's Day. Tony Spitz has the details.

Award-winning Sci-fi Author Ursula K. Le Guin…

Her novel "The Left Hand of Darkness" won both the Nebula and Hugo awards.

Attackers target charity office in Afghanistan

Authorities say militants attacked the offices of British aid agency Save the Children in Jalalabad, eastern Afghanistan, killing a police officer and a civilian.

White House Seems To Support Releasing Secret…

Republicans say a memo by Rep. Devin Nunes shows FBI bias against the president.

Here Are All The Ways 'Get Out' Has Made History…

Aside from being the most talked about film of the year, "Get Out" has now been validated as one of the best films of 2017 during awards season.

Sen. Tammy Duckworth is expecting

Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) is pregnant and will make history when she becomes the first sitting senator in history to give birth.

Senate Confirms New Chair Of The Federal Reserve

The Senate voted 85-12 Tuesday to confirm Jerome Powell as the chairman of the Fed, taking over for Janet Yellen.

'Logan' Breaks Comic Book Barrier With An Oscar…

Not many superhero or comic book-based films are nominated in categories beyond costumes, makeup and visual effects.

Former political director dodges questions

CNN's Alisyn Camerota and former political director Matt Schlapp debate over reports President Trump's lawyer paid a porn star in exchange for silence about an alleged affair.

Uber Driver Illegally in US Charged With 4 Rapes

A Mexican man living in the U.S. illegally is accused of using his Uber driver job to target intoxicated young women San Luis Obispo, California. Alfonso Alarcon-Nunez pleaded not guilty to raping, assaulting and robbing four women. (Jan. 24)

Tillerson Calls Out Russia For Not Holding Syrian…

The U.S. Secretary of State said Russia has defended the Syrian regime's use of chemical weapons on its own people.

Oscars Snub James Franco For Best Lead Actor…

Five women have accused the actor of sexual misconduct and exploitation.

Graham defends Trump amid affair allegations

CNN's Don Lemon and Rev. Franklin Graham debate the difference between Trump's behavior and that of past presidents.

Florida May Soon Restore Voting Rights To…

Florida has the highest rate of voter disenfranchisement in the country, according to the Brennan Center for Justice.

2 Women Made History With Their 2018 Oscar…

Director Greta Gerwig is only the fifth woman ever to be nominated for a best directing Oscar.

Effects of Russian meddling around world

CNN's Samuel Burke discusses how Russian meddling has impacted other countries aside from the US.

Google's Race To The Moon Competition Ended…

Google determined none of the finalists would be able to meet its March 31 deadline.

'The Shape Of Water' Leads The Pack Of 2018 Oscar…

Other movies that garnered quite a few nominations include "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" and "Dunkirk."

Don Lemon to Trump: What grade are you in?

CNN's Don Lemon has a message for President Donald Trump after reports that a man was arrested for threatening to kill CNN employees, citing "fake news."