One Of The Last Navajo Code Talkers Dies At 94
Alfred Newman served from 1943 to 1945, transmitting codes in his native tongue which prevented the Japanese from gleaning U.S. intelligence during World War II. (Image credit...
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Not All Screen Time Is the Same
Screens are bad, especially for young people is an enticing piece of modern day common wisdom. “Our kids are literally dying because of excessive cell phone use,” writes a...
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World Series champion Red Sox set date to visit White House
The Boston Red Sox will be going to Washington, D.C., to celebrate their World Series victory at the White House next month.
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Red Sea Rivalries
Gulf states with deep pockets and big appetites are asserting themselves in the Horn of Africa as never before. The flurry of new economic and military investments is reshaping...
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World Series champion Red Sox set date for visit to Trump's White House
If the government is still shut down, will Trump serve fast food for the Red Sox, too?
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Ivanka Trump to work on World Bank president search
WASHINGTON - The White House says Ivanka Trump will take part in the nomination process for a new head of the World Bank. The senior adviser was asked to participate by...
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WATCH: Millions congregate for Kumbh Mela festival in India, world's largest gathering
More than 100 million people are expected to attend this year's Kumbh Mela.
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Baby giraffe born in front of Disney World guests
It's the circle of life! Guests got more than the price of admission after witnessing Masai the giraffe give birth in Disney's Animal Kingdom. The magical moment unfolded on...
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We're ‘in a world of hurt'
When I received a notice that the Humane Society was soliciting funds to buy pet food for people who were on the government payroll but were strapped for money, I realized we...
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Wine on Mars? The World's Oldest Wine-Making Country Wants to Make It Happen
Fancy some white wine on the Red Planet? Scientists in the Republic of Georgia are determined to grow grapes on Mars.
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IRS recalling nearly 60 percent of its workforce to handle tax refunds...
The IRS is recalling 46,000 workers - nearly 60 percent of its workforce - from furlough to handle tax refunds without pay.
Former Yankees closer John Wetteland arrested on child sex abuse charges
John Wetteland, the former Yankees and Rangers closer, was arrested Monday on child sex abuse charges, the Dallas Morning News reported. The 52-year-old Wetteland is being...
Steven Spielberg casts unknown 17-year-old as Maria in 'West Side Story' remake
Rachel Zegler recently went viral for some powerhouse vocals.
Publisher sues Netflix for $25M over use of trademark catchphrase in new series
The lawsuit alleges that Netflix did not have permission to use the trademarked phrase "choose your own adventure."
Coast Guard receives $15 million donation for unpaid service members as...
Members of the U.S. Coast Guard have not been paid during the government shutdown.
Court stops execution of death row inmate who killed infant during botched...
A man convicted of killing a 13-month-old in a brutally botched exorcism was granted a last-minute stay partially due to the possibility that he might be too intellectually...
‘They used him as a sex slave': 7 people arrested after missing Florida teen...
The 15-year-old boy had been missing for nearly a year.
3 young children die trapped in unplugged freezer
Judge strikes down effort to add citizenship question to census
A federal judge has barred the Trump administration from adding a question about citizenship to the 2020 census.
Broadway legend Carol Channing dead at 97
Channing died early Tuesday at her home in Rancho Mirage, Calif., her publicist announced.