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- Bill and Hillary Clinton keep trying to rewrite history. But will the show finally close in 2019? December 18, 2018We all need a little Christmas, and the Clintons are the gifts that keep on giving – this time on the discount retail website Groupon.
- Congressional leaders huddle for shutdown solution, as White House looks for way over wall impasse December 18, 2018Congressional leaders resumed negotiations Tuesday to avert a partial government shutdown at the end of the week, as the White House indicated it was looking for alternative ways to fund President Trump’s signature campaign promise of a border wall without a government funding lapse.
- Woman breaks up with cheating boyfriend in speech at birthday party December 18, 2018The video has been viewed nearly six million times.
- Who is Emmet Sullivan? 5 things to know about judge in Michael Flynn case December 18, 2018Judge Emmet Sullivan was at the heart of Michael Flynn’s dramatic sentencing hearing Tuesday, once again delaying it.
- Unfinished 'illicit' border tunnel discovered, CBP says December 18, 2018An illegal, unfinished cross-border tunnel running into the U.S. was uncovered by authorities Monday, Customs and Border Protection announced.
- House GOP releases transcript of explosive closed-door Comey questioning December 18, 2018House Republicans on Tuesday released a transcript of their explosive closed-door session a day earlier with fired FBI Director James Comey, who'd defiantly called the questioning "frustrating" and "more of the same."
- Sex assault case dropped, judge cites drunken prosecutor December 18, 2018An Iowa judge cited the courthouse arrest of a drunken prosecutor in dismissing charges against a man accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy.
- Reporter shouts at Sarah Sanders after briefing: ‘Do your job, Sarah!’ December 18, 2018A reporter shouted "do your job" at White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Tuesday, as she wrapped up the briefing after roughly 15 minutes at the podium.
- President Trump to attend economic forum in Switzerland December 18, 2018WASHINGTON-- President Donald Trump will be attending the World Economic Forum next month in Davos, Switzerland.
- Secret Santa claims co-worker Googled cost of present, asked for an additional one December 18, 2018Christmas is all about getting presents – at least that seems to be the case for one woman.
- Trump charity to dissolve under deal with N.Y. attorney general December 18, 2018U.S. President Donald Trump's namesake charitable foundation has agreed to dissolve under court supervision, partially resolving a New York state lawsuit claiming he misused it to advance his 2016 presidential campaign and his businesses, the state attorney general said on Tuesday.
- Trump bans 'bump stocks' used in Las Vegas mass shooting December 18, 2018The Trump administration on Tuesday banned the high-power gun attachments of the type used in last year's Las Vegas shooting massacre of 58 people, giving the owners of "bump stocks" 90 days to turn in or destroy the devices and blocking owners from being able to register them.
- New Hampshire physician assistant guilty of Insys opioid kickback scheme December 18, 2018A former physician assistant in New Hampshire was convicted on Tuesday of charges that he accepted nearly $50,000 in kickbacks from Insys Therapeutics Inc in exchange for prescribing its addictive fentanyl spray.
- U.S. Surgeon General wants tougher action to tackle teen vaping epidemic December 18, 2018U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams on Tuesday issued a rare advisory https://e-cigarettes.surgeongeneral.gov/documents/surgeon-generals-advisory-on-e-cigarette-use-among-youth-2018.pdf, calling for aggressive steps against e-cigarette use among teens, which he said has become an "epidemic".
- Pittsburgh considers stricter gun laws after synagogue attack December 18, 2018The Pittsburgh City Council began considering a package of gun-control laws on Tuesday, including a ban on assault-style rifles, nearly two months after a gunman shouting anti-Semitic messages killed 11 people in a synagogue.
- Sue, the world-famous T. rex, gets a new lair in Chicago December 18, 2018Sue, the largest, most complete and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex ever unearthed, gets to show off its new lair this week at the Field Museum in Chicago.
- U.S. border agents will not speak to lawmakers about girl's death December 18, 2018U.S. Border Patrol agents who detained a 7-year-old Guatemalan migrant girl who later died in federal custody will not speak with U.S. lawmakers investigating her death, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said on Monday, citing their union membership.
- Paging Bruce Lee: Judge knocks down New York's nunchuck ban December 18, 2018A federal judge knocked down a New York state law banning nunchucks that dated to the 1970s, when martial arts star Bruce Lee popularized them in his movies by whipping around the twin sticks linked by a chain.
- Migrant family who fled tear gas at U.S. border seeks asylum December 18, 2018Members of a group of Honduran migrants, which included a mother who had been photographed running with her daughters from tear gas several weeks ago, began seeking asylum at the U.S. border with Mexico on Monday, according to a Reuters witness and lawyers for the group.
- Two Chicago police officers killed by passing train December 18, 2018Two Chicago police officers were struck and killed by a passing commuter train on Monday while investigating a report of gunfire near railroad tracks on the city's Far South Side, police said.
- Three Maryland synagogues receive suspicious letters but no hazards found December 18, 2018Authorities found no dangerous substances on Monday after investigating three suspicious envelopes sent to synagogues in Baltimore County, Maryland.
- Statue of Liberty climber guilty of trespassing for immigration protest December 18, 2018A woman who climbed the Statue of Liberty's stone pedestal to protest U.S. immigration policy declared in federal court on Monday she would do it again to call attention to the plight of families separated at the border and was found guilty of trespassing.
- Trump approves second round of trade aid payments for U.S. farmers December 17, 2018President Donald Trump on Monday said he authorized a second round of payments from an aid package of up to $12 billion designed to help farmers stung by the U.S. trade war with China, billing it as a promise kept to a key constituency.
- New York Governor Cuomo aims to legalize recreational marijuana use December 17, 2018New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday said legalizing marijuana for recreational use would be one of his top legislative priorities next year.
- Small assault-style rifle firms thriving under activists' radar December 17, 2018A decade ago, Kentucky's Anderson Manufacturing was a small machine shop that didn't make firearms.
- E-cigarette usage nearly doubles in U.S. high-schools: survey December 17, 2018The percentage of high school seniors who used e-cigarettes in the last 30 days nearly doubled to 20.9 percent from last year, results of a survey released by the National Institute on Drug Abuse showed on Monday.
- Trump hails judge's ruling against Obamacare as 'great' December 17, 2018President Donald Trump on Saturday hailed a court decision against Obamacare as "a great ruling for our country," while a U.S. government official said the decision by a Texas judge would have no immediate impact on health coverage.
- Dead Guatemalan girl dreamed of sending money home to poor family December 17, 2018The 7-year-old Guatemalan migrant girl who died after being detained by U.S. border agents this month was inseparable from her father and had looked forward to being able to send money home to support her impoverished family, relatives said on Saturday.
- Hondurans who fled political violence fear for lives if sent home December 16, 2018The Pineda family trudged northward for more than a month with a caravan of Central American migrants who are now stuck at the U.S. border. But they were on the run in Honduras much longer than that due to fears of political persecution.
- After outcry over appointment, Trump's top law enforcer treading lightly December 16, 2018Matthew Whitaker flew to Dallas last week to deliver his latest speech since U.S. President Donald Trump installed him as acting attorney general, an appointment embroiled in criticism and court challenges.
- 'Serious' complaints against Kavanaugh are dismissed because he was confirmed to SCOTUS December 18, 2018The oversight body reviewing complaints lodged against Kavanaugh said Tuesday that the allegations against the former federal appeals court judge are "serious" but that it must dismiss them without determining their merits.
- Mueller's probe will continue well into 2019 after judge delays sentencing for Michael Flynn December 18, 2018The federal investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election that has consumed the first two years of President Donald Trump's term in office will not be over soon.
- The market's year is coming down to the Fed, but investors and Trump are likely to be disappointed December 18, 2018The Fed may not be able to sound dovish enough to satisfy expectations—including those of President Donald Trump who wants the Fed to stop raising interest rates.
- FedEx is having a dreadful December, but charts point to holiday relief rally ahead December 18, 2018FedEx is tracking for its worst month in nearly a decade. One strategist sees a technical breakout forming.
- Hedge funds to start-ups, industry feels crypto pain December 18, 2018This time last year, bitcoin was cruising to $20,000. Fast forward 12 months, and bitcoin is trading around $3,300 while other cryptocurrencies have reversed course, weighing heavily on investor confidence and the industry.
- Trump is going to Davos again – this time as he wages trade battles December 18, 2018President Donald Trump will attend the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland in January, the White House announced on Tuesday.
- Actress and director Penny Marshall dies at age 75 December 18, 2018Penny Marshall, who starred in "Laverne & Shirley" before becoming one of the top-grossing female directors in Hollywood, has died. She was 75.
- Top Amazon exec who was large shareholder is leaving after two-year hiatus, adding to exodus December 18, 2018Diego Piacentini, one of the most senior executives at Amazon who had previously led its international business, has left the company, adding to a string of executive departures over the past year.
- You can now ask Alexa to play Apple Music on your Amazon Echo — here's how December 18, 2018Apple Music is now supported by the Amazon Echo. Here's how to set Apple Music up so you can ask Alexa to play tunes from your device.
- How to clear all those old emails out of Gmail so you don't have to pay for storage December 18, 2018Google only gives Gmail users 15 gigabytes of free storage. Here's how to delete the thousands of emails cluttering your inbox.
- Brady selected to record-tying 14th Pro Bowl December 19, 2018Tom Brady is headed to his record-tying 14th Pro Bowl, it was announced on Tuesday. The Chargers led all teams with seven selections.
- Rams add RB Anderson for depth behind Gurley December 19, 2018The Rams have signed running back C.J. Anderson to add depth behind the ailing Todd Gurley. The move comes on the same day the team waived return man Pharoh Cooper.
- Ollie cites Calhoun, discrimination in UConn suit December 18, 2018Kevin Ollie invokes the name of predecessor Jim Calhoun in an attempt to proceed with a racial discrimination claim against his former employer and alma mater UConn.
- Hardaway rips Barnes, calls comments 'low-class' December 18, 2018Penny Hardaway called Rick Barnes' comments 'low-class,' adding another layer to an escalating rivalry between Memphis and Tennessee.
- Marshall, director of 'A League of Their Own,' dies December 18, 2018Penny Marshall, one of the top-grossing female directors in Hollywood who produced "A League of Their Own" and was a passionate sports fan, has died at age 75.
- The inside story of how Jose Mourinho unravelled at Man United December 18, 2018Fear, paranoia, difficult behavior and constant battling with club officials and players led to the inevitable: Jose Mourinho out at Man United.
- It's time for Panthers to shut down Cam Newton for season December 18, 2018The uncertainty surrounding lingering problems with Newton's right shoulder raises many questions that go beyond Carolina's six-game losing streak.
- Lee Leonard, first voice on ESPN, dies at 89 December 18, 2018Lee Leonard, who joined ESPN in 1979 at its inception and was the first voice ever heard on ESPN, died Sunday at his home in South Orange, New Jersey, at age 89.
- Week 16 NFL Power Rankings: Emerging talents on every team December 18, 2018Who took his game to a whole new level in 2018? Our NFL Nation reporters name the breakouts from across the NFL.
- Steffen named 2018 USMNT Player of the Year December 18, 2018After an All-Star season for the Columbus Crew and establishing himself as U.S. No. 1, Zack Steffen was named Men's National Team Player of 2018.
- Star Wars Creator George Lucas Named America's Wealthiest Celebrity December 19, 2018George Lucas is the country's wealthiest celebrity.
- Xbox in 2018: The Year in Review December 19, 2018We look back on the Xbox year that was, from the disappointing (the exclusive games) to the awesome (everything else).
- Pokemon Go: Everything You’ve Missed If You Haven’t Played Since Launch December 19, 2018A lot has changed in Pokemon Go in the last two years, so here’s a refresher in case you want to jump back in.
- How to Upgrade Your PS4 Pro/Slim Hard DriveUpgrading your PS4's hard drive is much easier than you may think.
- Red Dead Redemption 2 Beats Black Ops 4 in November Sales December 19, 2018The November 2018 NPD report is in for video game sales in the United States, and Red Dead Redemption 2 has come out on top.
- Red Dead 2: How to Get a Perfect Panther PeltHere, kitty kitty.
- Cyclops and Wolverine Assemble New X-Men Team to Eliminate Prolific X-Villains December 18, 2018Check out this new art featuring a fresh X-Men lineup and their grim agenda.
- GTA Online: New Discounts and Arena War ModeNew this week is the Buzzer Beater game mode, along with 30-40% discounts on select vehicles.
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Update 1.10 Out Now, Here's What It Does December 18, 2018Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s Update 1.10 is out now for PS4, Xbox One and PC, and here are the many changes coming with it.
- Smash Ultimate: More Character Locations and Map for World of LightDon't miss out on finding your favorite characters in Smash Bros. Ultimate with our locations guide for World of Light.
- Anthony Levandowski Returns With a Self-Driving Truck Scheme December 18, 2018The former Googler and Uberista has launched Pronto AI, and he sent his robot on a cross-country trip to prove its skills.
- The Most-Read WIRED Reviews of 2018: iPad, PS4, Amazon Fire Tablets December 18, 2018This year, we reviewed and rated dozens of products, but these ten are the ones our readers were most curious about.
- Lamborghini's Urus Makes the Supercar SUV Look Good December 18, 2018Oh, and it can whoop the Lamborghini Gallardo on the track.
- 8 Best Latte and Cappuccino Machines (2019): Breville, Mr. Coffee, and More December 18, 2018We've tested a bunch of the best latte machines and best cappuccino makers. These are the absolute best devices to make awesome milk and espresso drinks at home.
- Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon All Make the Oscar Shortlist for the First Time December 18, 2018The nominations aren't official, but with Hulu getting shortlisted for two documentaries, odds are good that next year's Academy Awards will feature all three major streaming platforms.
- Cannabis Dependence Research Follows Potency, Legalization December 18, 2018Cannabis can treat inflammation, pain, and nausea, among other ills. But an estimated 9 percent of users will develop a dependence on the drug.
- A New Disease Is Testing Us for the Next Global Epidemic December 18, 2018As perplexing to diagnose as it is to treat, acute flaccid myelitis may foreshadow whether our surveillance systems could uncover a severe epidemic.
- Galileo, Krypton, and How the Metric Standard Came to Be December 18, 2018Science often progresses not because of ideas or insights but because more precise tools for measurement are invented, and those tools open new frontiers.
- The Iran Hacks Cybersecurity Experts Feared May Be Here December 18, 2018An uptick in potentially Iran-related hacking since the nuclear deal collapsed spells trouble for the US and allies.
- AI Has Started Cleaning Up Facebook, but Can It Finish? December 18, 2018Artificial intelligence has proved effective at keeping nudity and pornography off of Facebook. But recognizing hate speech and bullying is a much tougher task.