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President Trump's 'Fake News Awards' Present A…

There might be a legal reason the "awards" were presented on the GOP's blog instead of a White House site.

Elvis Presley Reportedly Drank From this Paper…

A cup is for sale on eBay and it has supposedly been used by the King, Elvis Presley. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.

Saudi Arabia Screens First Films In Decades…

Saudi Arabia is allowing movies to be shown in theaters for the first time since the early 1980s.

UN refugee agency facing finanical crisis

The UN agency tasked with assisting Palestinian refugees says the Trump administration's decision to cut its funding has sparked its biggest-ever "financial crisis."

Northern Ireland Parties Move Toward Coalition…

The region has been without an executive or legislature since last January.

The Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan Dies…

London police say she died in an "unexplained" fashion and that they're investigating.

Teen migrants risk death crossing the Alps

CNN's Melissa Bell reports on the ill-equipped migrants making a perilous trek across the Alps from Italy to France in search of a better life.

Corey Lewandowski Reportedly Tight-lipped During…

He reportedly told the committee he "was not prepared" to answer several of its questions.

Aziz Ansari Responds To Sexual Misconduct…

He said he was "surprised and concerned" to learn a woman he had a sexual encounter with last year did not feel it was consensual.

North, South Korea to march under unified flag

North and South Korean athletes will march together at the Winter Olympics opening ceremony under a unified flag in a diplomatic breakthrough following days of talks between the two countries.

Trump's Chief Of Staff: Trump's Immigration…

White House chief of staff John Kelly reportedly told lawmakers Wednesday the president's campaign rhetoric on immigration was "uninformed."

GOP rep.: Dems' fault if government shuts down

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) tells CNN's Chris Cuomo if the government shuts down the fault will be on the Democrats for prioritizing amnesty over military funding.

For The Love Of Ketchup

A D.C. couple is putting a spin on the classic tomato-based condiment.

Villaraigosa: Government is terrorizing people

California gubernatorial candidate Antonio Villaraigosa says if he is elected governor of California he will not aide in the deportation of Dreamers from the state.

Nintendo's New Kid-Focused Project Is Made Out Of…

Nintendo "Labo" kits will let kids build their own accessories for the Switch.

Cooper: Trump foils WH attempt to shift blame

As Congress and the White House work toward an immigration deal while trying to avoid a government shutdown, there is finger pointing on both sides over who's to blame for the delay. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports.

Puerto Rico Is Still Working To Restore Power…

Restoration workers missed a Dec. 15 goal set by Puerto Rico's governor, but they're still making progress.

Tech workers flee US, blame Trump

President Trump's anti-immigrant stance is leading some in the United States tech industry to leave the country and return to their homeland. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.

CHIP Debate Continues As States Say They're…

The Children's Health Insurance Program was supposed to be funded until March, but many states say they're already running low on money.

First 'ghost ships' of 2018 wash up in Japan

More than 100 fishing boats from North Korea are washing up on Japanese shores with corpses.

AP Top Stories January 18 A

Here's the latest for Thursday, January 18th: Congress leaders look for budget deal support; Trump immigration views said to be evolving; Hawaii officials waited for FEMA before announcing alert was false; Winter weather may cause rolling blackouts.

What We Can Learn From Listening To Iran's…

Newsy analyzed footage and slogans from dozens of Iranian protest videos to better understand why people were demonstrating.