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Police: 2 officers wounded in accidental shooting at party

Eleven police officers in a suburb of Washington, D.C., suspended after two off-duty officers are wounded in what police called an accidental shooting at a weekend holiday party

Grandma Dresses Up Like an 'Elf on the Shelf' in…

What happens when the elf on the shelf is the one caught being naughty? Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

"Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse" Takes Over…

On the long list of Spider-Man movies this is the worst debut of the group but that comparison isn't really fair.

Will A Partial Government Shutdown Affect Your…

The partial government shutdown would occur at midnight on Dec. 21 — just days before Christmas.

Celebrities REACT To Pete Davidson SHOCKING…

Pete Davidson terrified his fans with a now deleted Instagram message claiming he doesn’t know how much longer he can last on earth. The NYPD did a welfare check on the comedian and tons of celebrities rushed to his side, including Ariana Grande…all the information coming up right now.

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Climate Activist, 15, Tells Leaders They're Too…

At 15, Greta Thunberg has many decades of living with the effects of climate change ahead of her—and she doesn't want to tell her grandchildren she didn't try to stop it.

Capsule reviews of feature films

Why Real Madrid's Quest for Fourth Straight UCL…

Real Madrid has not been its dominant self so far this season. Is the club on upset alert in the Round of 16? Maurice Edu shares why Ajax will give the reigning UCL champions a tough challenge.

Child abuse climbs after Friday report cards…

Child abuse increases the day after school report cards are released, but only when grades arrive on Friday, a study in Florida suggests

Not into bingo, 84-year-old Texas woman gets…

An 84-year-old Texas woman who raised five kids and retired from her secretarial job at age 77 will accomplish a long-held goal this week when she graduates from the University of Texas with a bachelor's degree

Final goodbye: Roll call of some who died in 2018

A look back at some notable figures who died in 2018

Serbia and Kosovo leaders to address UN about Kosovan army

The presidents of Serbia and Kosovo are scheduled to address the U.N. Security Council amid heightened tensions following Kosovo's decision to transform its existing 4,000-strong security force into a regular army

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Letters To Santa Found Behind Chimney Are…

This year Santa Clause will find himself going through the archives of his naughty or nice list, because the lost letters of four children written over a century ago were finally delivered to him. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

How Porches Are More Than Just A Backdrop in 'To…

Besides appearing frequently throughout "To Kill A Mockingbird," porches help us understand how the characters view the issue of class.

Google Expanding In New York City

Google announced a plan to open a Hudson Square campus.

Cardi B REACTS To Offset CRASHING Her Concert…

Offset spent his weekend doing everything in his power to get Cardi B's attention...first he posted a plea for her forgiveness.. And then he literally crashed her concert. And Cardi B was NOT feeling it but did respond to it all in videos posted to her IG... I have the tea, hot and ready so stick around.

Chelsea Clinton working on book about endangered…

Chelsea Clinton's career as a children's author continues with a picture book about endangered animals

Champions League: What Must Manchester United Do…

Manchester United has struggled all season and did not catch a break in the Champions League Round of 16 draw.. Turner Sports soccer analyst Maurice Edu shares what the Red Devils need to do to have any shot of advancing past PSG.

Health insurance on demand? Some are betting on it

A startup is trying to shake up the health insurance industry with on-demand coverage

First private Israeli lunar mission will launch…

An Israeli organization says that it has pushed back its launch of the first private spacecraft aiming to land on the moon

Liz Weston: You don't have to live by these money myths

The famous "marshmallow test" doesn't predict what we thought, and buying experiences isn't always superior to buying stuff

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Judge: Solve dispute over pal to sign-language gorilla Koko

A judge has ordered the Cincinnati Zoo and a conservatory to resolve a custody dispute over a gorilla loaned as a companion to the late Koko, who was famous for mastering sign language

Minnesota men learning fate for North Dakota stock scheme

A Minnesota man who helped found a business in North Dakota's oil patch has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for fraud in a stock manipulation scheme