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Final goodbye: Roll call of some who died in 2018

A look back at some notable figures who died in 2018

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

Outrage Grows Over Baylor Rape Plea Deal

A week after a judge accepted a controversial plea deal for a former Baylor University fraternity president accused of rape, outrage is growing. USA Today reports on two petitions gaining momentum, one calling for the plea deal to be thrown out (more than 124,000 have signed as of this...

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'One of a kind' tomb found in Egypt

The tomb, filled with hieroglyphs and statues, has been untouched for 4,440 years.

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.

France: Unions urge work slowdowns by…

After five straight weekends of disruptive and sometimes violent protests across France, police are taking a turn expressing anger at the French government

IMF: trade war may mean cut to global growth…

Trade frictions between China and the United States are already affecting business confidence and investment in Asia, a senior International Monetary Fund official said, warning that the fund could further cut its global growth forecasts in January. As Ivor Bennett reports, Japan and South Korea could be among countries in the region hit hardest by the trade war given their reliance on exports to China.

Will A Partial Government Shutdown Affect Your…

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

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Bombshell ObamaCare Ruling Hinges on a Key…

A Texas judge delivered a bombshell ruling on ObamaCare Friday night, declaring that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. US District Court Judge Reed O'Connor ruled that the individual mandate—the penalty those who forgo insurance must pay—is unconstitutional. And because the individual mandate is so integral to the...

Michelle Obama Dishes on Dubya Passing Her Things…

Another "cough drop moment" between Michelle Obama and George W. Bush? Per People and Today , the former first lady made a stop in San Jose, Calif., on Friday for her book tour, and she addressed an apparent repeat of what took place at John McCain's memorial service in September, when...

Michigan man, 90, brings Christmas to wife in…

A 90-year-old Michigan man dressed up as Santa and brought Christmas to a local nursing home so his wife could celebrate the holidays

Brexit: Has anything about May's deal changed?

It's been a busy week in British politics, from Parliamentary squabbles to meetings with European leaders, and a confidence vote.

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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.

Jesuit province releases names of accused abusers

The Roman Catholic Jesuit province serving much of the eastern United States is releasing the names of Jesuits who face "credible or established" accusations of sexual abuse of minors dating to 1950