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Bud Light Is Still Planning To Give Out Free Beer…

The deal goes back to a tweet at Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson in July.

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.

Another British Royal Is Getting Married This Year

Buckingham Palace announced Monday that Princess Eugenie and her longtime boyfriend Jack Brooksbank are engaged.

Trump touts African-American job gains

President Trump takes credit for African-American job gains and a record low unemployment rate, but that may not translate into support from black communities. CNN's Athena Jones reports.

Cruz: I have consistently opposed shutdowns

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) told reporters he has "consistently opposed shutdowns," and blames the 2013 and 2018 government shutdowns on Democrats.

This Movement Wants Amazon To Know Its…

Chicago is one of the cities Amazon recently named as a finalist in its search for a second headquarters location.

'Den Of Thieves' And '12 Strong' Fight For No. 2…

Both films had to battle for second place behind "Jumanji," which has been at No. 1 for three weeks and counting.

Ex-spy recounts Olympic plot to bomb plane

CNN's Paula Hancocks speaks with a former North Korean agent who is responsible for the Korean Air Flight 858 bombing in 1987.

Photo of Trump during shutdown draws criticism

Twitter mocks President Trump for "staging" empty desk photo op. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Bans Electoral Map

It has declared the map unconstitutional.

Group: Payment to porn star may be illegal

Paul S. Ryan, Vice President for Policy and Litigation of Common Cause, says that alleged hush money given to porn star Stormy Daniels by President Trump's attorney Michael Cohen may be a campaign finance violation.

Expert Says Trump's 'Fake News Awards' Perpetuate…

The president's emphasis on "fake news" and his constant criticisms of the media makes it hard for Americans to distinguish fake from real news.

Shock elimination for Djokovic on day 8

Day 8: Hyeong Chung defeated Novak Djokovic in this year's Australian Open, and a look at Pro Tennis 50 years after its introduction.

Kentucky Sues An Opioid Maker On Claims Of…

Kentucky says it's suing opioid maker McKesson for its alleged excessive distribution of painkillers.

GOP may release memo alleging FBI abuses

Republicans may declassify a memo about the FBI's alleged surveillance abuses. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.

President Trump To Bring Huge Entourage To World…

Some have pointed out the president's "America First" agenda is at odds with the globalist thinking the World Economic Forum is based on.

FBI: Nunes won't share surveillance abuse memo

The FBI says that House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) won't share the memo alleging FBI abuses of surveillance laws, despite sharing it with members of congress.

Utah Legislators Want to Prohibit Aborting Babies…

Two Utah lawmakers introduced a bill Monday that would prohibit abortions if the sole reason is because the baby has Down Syndrome.

3 USA Gymnastics Executives Resign Amid Sexual…

USA Gymnastics says it supports their "decisions to resign."

Democrat: We won 'potential for momentum'

CNN's Brooke Baldwin presses Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) about what the Democrats got in return for shutting down the government.

Tennessee Lawmakers Want to Raise Smoking Age

Two state lawmakers in Tennessee are sponsoring a bill that would raise the smoking age from 18 to 19.

Former Soccer Star George Weah Sworn In As…

George Weah replaces Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first elected female president.

WH: Sen. Graham 'dishonest' on immigration

White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley tells CNN's Jake Tapper that it is disingenuous to pretend Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) doesn't want open borders or amnesty for undocumented immigrants.

Man Mistakes Neighbor's House for His Own, Kills…

A Missouri man is charged with involuntary manslaughter after he allegedly went to his neighbor's home, thinking it was his own, then choked the homeowner to death. Police say the suspect was drunk at the time.

Facebook Basically Says Social Media Can 'Damage…

A critical post by a Facebook employee says the social media site is trying to answer the hard questions.

WH: Trump has '100% confidence' in Wilbur Ross

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says President Trump has not lost confidence in Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross after Ross reportedly drew the President's ire for falling asleep in meetings.