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Joe Gibbs honored with NASCAR's award of…

Joe Gibbs capped his remarkable NASCAR season by winning the Bill France Award of Excellence at the season-ending awards ceremony

Trump And Melania Attend National Christmas Tree…

President Trump attended the National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.

U.S.-France Trade Fight Is The Latest Front In…

The latest U.S.-France trade dispute has its roots in a much broader debate about the tech industry and global taxation.

Happy News for Emma Stone

Congratulations are in order for Emma Stone and Dave McCary, who announced their engagement Wednesday night with a picture on McCary's Instagram feed featuring Stone showing off a shiny ring. The caption was simply a hearts emoji, but a rep for Stone confirms the engagement to CNN . The actress, 34,...

Trump lights National Christmas Tree in Washington

President Donald Trump helped light the National Christmas Tree on Thursday, taking part in a nearly century-old holiday tradition in the nation’s capital. (Dec. 5)

William Barr Revealed To Have Hazed Robert Mueller

A new profile in New York Magazine revealed more about Attorney General William Barr. According to Business Insider, Barr’s relationship with former special counsel Robert Mueller wasn’t great. Sources said Barr respected Mueller as a prosecutor but didn’t see him as a “brilliant legal mind.” The profile revealed that Barr subjected Mueller to “intellectual hazing” in the 1990s. A former colleague said: "Mueller would say things that were kind of stupid at times, and Bill would just mercilessly make fun of him."

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Uber reports more than 3,000 sexual assaults on…

Uber acknowledged more than 3,000 sexual assaults were reported during U

KFC to Bring Back 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog

KFC to Bring Back 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog . In honor of the holiday season, KFC is officially re-releasing their 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog exclusively at Walmart. Last year, we captured the hearts, noses and fireplaces of our fans, but thousands more were clamoring to get their hands on our limited firelogs. So, we brought our 11 Herbs & Spices Firelogs back with an exclusive partnership with Walmart to spread the finger-lickin’ good cheer, Andrea Zahumensky, KFC Chief Marketing Officer, via statement. The burnable five-pound log is designed to fill rooms with the smell of KFC’s signature fried chicken for up to three hours. . We hope you’ll cuddle up with your family or friends with a bucket of our world-famous fried chicken and a warm fried chicken-scented fire this holiday season, Andrea Zahumensky, KFC Chief Marketing Officer, via statement. The log, created in partnership with Enviro-Log, is also eco-friendly. . It is designed with waxed cardboard, which emits 30 percent less greenhouse gases and 80 percent less carbon monoxide.

Five Stocking Stuffer Ideas Under $20

1. A mini waffle maker. 2. A protective cover for their Airpods case. 3. Headphones. 4. Reusable stainless steel straws. 5. Bath bombs

This Will Be the Biggest IPO in History

Saudi Aramco's pricing for its initial public offering gives the oil company a valuation that—at $1.7 trillion—falls short of the $2 trillion that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman hoped for. But selling 3 billion shares at $8.53 apiece would still bring in $25.6 billion, the...

Waves brought an unusual sight to these beach…

Throughout 2019, many objects have washed up along the shoreline of Lake Michigan, but just after Thanksgiving, an odd sight appeared near Muskegon, Michigan.

Study Links Breast Cancer to Some Hair Dyes and…

Study Links Breast Cancer to Some Hair Dyes and Straighteners. Based on the medical records of 45,000 women, the study was published in the 'International Journal of Cancer.'. The study found that women who regularly used a permanent hair dye had a 9 percent higher chance of developing breast cancer. The study revealed that African American women who use similar products face a risk several times higher, closer to 65 percent. Chemical hair straighteners were also found to be linked to a higher risk of breast cancer. Researchers found that this increase of risk was close to 30 percent and was consistent across all races. I do believe the study gives us enough evidence to call for a prospective trial designed to specifically look at this one factor to see if the increased risk of cancer persists, Stephanie Bernik, MD, Chief of Breast Surgery at Mount Sinai West, via 'Newsweek'. Cancer researchers not connected to the study recommend further research into its findings

Democrats move toward impeaching Trump, with…

House Democrats are moving toward impeaching President Donald Trump, largely united and with little overt grumbling

Flooding closes roads, schools in California

Several schools remain closed Thursday in a Northern California town after heavy rain led to flooding on a major highway in Monterey County. (Dec. 5)

Karen McDougal, Who Says She Had Affair With…

Karen McDougal, the former Playboy model who says she had an affair with Donald Trump before he was president, filed a defamation suit Thursday against Fox News. McDougal received $150,000 that Michael Cohen, Trump's lawyer, has said came from him. In December 2018, Fox host Tucker Carlson said on...

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Articles of impeachment: Explaining what's next…

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced that Democrats will draft articles of impeachment against President Trump

Watch: Cop Carefully Rescues Skunk So He Doesn't…

A lot of people would likely be willing to help out a cute, furry rabbit with a carton stuck on its head, but what about a skunk?

Instagram Now Requires New Users To Provide Their…

​The photo-sharing service said it's taking this step to ​help it "keep young people safer."

Aniah Blanchard 'Went for the Gun,' Suspected…

Aniah Blanchard's alleged murderer admitted he fatally shot the 19-year-old after she "went for the gun," according to court documents cited by ABC News . The Alabama college student, stepdaughter to UFC fighter Walt Harris, was last seen Oct. 23 at a convenience store; police have arrested Ibraheem Yazeed, who allegedly...

Articles of impeachment next step facing Trump

The U.S. House is taking a big, new step toward impeaching President Donald Trump. (Dec. 5)

Hillary Clinton Denies Rumors Of Her Being A…

During an interview on Howard Stern’s radio show, Hillary Clinton denied rumors that she’s a lesbian. She said her boyfriend before President Bill Clinton was “really handsome” and looked like a “Greek god.” When prodded about the topic more Clinton said she’s never even “been tempted.” They told Clinton that women with “strong relationships” with other women can “cause suspicion.” The Democrat then said: ‘Everything we do can cause suspicion, apparently.”

Senate passes bill to save funding for black…

The Senate has passed a bipartisan deal that would permanently restore funding to historically black colleges and universities and other schools that serve large shares of minority students, The legislation also would simplify the federal form used to apply for student financial aid

Will Smith Gives Advice to Mena Massoud

Will Smith Gives Advice to Mena Massoud Massoud revealed that he's had no auditions since the release of 'Aladdin' earlier this year. He said that the movie industry is "hard" and he needs to persevere with his "deepest love and focus." Smith took the time to offer some advice to his co-star. Will Smith, to 'People' Will Smith, to 'People' Massoud recently admitted that people expected him to make millions following the release of 'Aladdin,' but that couldn't be further from the truth. Mena Massoud, to The Daily Beast Mena Massoud, to The Daily Beast

New HashTag Laments Harris Withdrawl

Kamala Harris suspended her campaign to become the Democratic nominee for President. She was the only woman of color running in the 2020 race. Harris qualified for the December 2019 debates. Currently, no person of color has qualified for the debates. Many Democrats are lamenting her withdrawal. The hashtag #PrimariesSoWhite is now trending on Twitter. There are still candidates of color, but they are not polling in the top positions. Andrew Yang, Cory Booker, Julian Castro, and Tulsi Gabbard are all candidates of color.

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Biden Picks Up Backing of a Former Nominee

Joe Biden picked up a notable endorsement on Thursday from someone who once won the Democratic nomination. Former Secretary of State John Kerry backed his longtime friend for the White House, reports the Boston Globe . "The world is broken,” said Kerry, "and I believe very deeply that Joe Biden’s character,...

Coast Guard pulls pooch from ocean

A few members of the U.S. Coast Guard found a dog paddling off the coast of Bowditch Point in Fort Myers Beach, Florida, and pulled him to safety on Dec. 4.

House Will Begin Drafting Articles of Impeachment…

House Will Begin Drafting Articles of Impeachment, Says Pelosi. The Speaker of the House of Representatives made the announcement in a formal address on Thursday. The opening words of Pelosi's address evoked the opening words of the Declaration of Independence. Let us begin where our founders began in 1776. When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with another, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, via 'The New York Times'. In the course of today’s events, it becomes necessary for us to address, among other grievances, the president’s failure to faithfully execute the law. , Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, via 'The New York Times'. His wrongdoing strikes at the very heart of our Constitution. Our democracy is what is at stake. The president leaves us no choice but to act because he is trying to corrupt, once again, the election for his own benefit, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, via 'The New York Times'. Pelosi's announcement follows the opening day formal impeachment hearings conducted by the House Judiciary Committee. President Trump responded to the announcement via Twitter. ... if you are going to impeach me, do it now, fast, so we can have a fair trial in the Senate, and so that our Country can get back to business, President Trump, via Twitter