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Sources confirm NYC bomb suspect originally from…

Laura Ingle reports from outside the Port Authority Bus terminal in New York City.

Phares: Worried we were not able to detect NY…

Would-be suicide bomber Akayed Ullah entered the U.S. in 2011 from Bangladesh on a chain migration visa. Could he have been detected beforehand? How did his attempted attack fail? #Tucker

The Latest: Subway bomb suspect charged

Police say they have charged subway bombing suspect with terror, weapons counts; federal charges expected later

San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee dies suddenly at 65

Ed Lee, San Francisco's first Asian-American mayor, dies suddenly at 65

University of Oklahoma regent ignites outrage…

The University of Oklahoma board of regents is scheduled to meet for the first time since one of its members compared gay people to pedophiles

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Iceland closes gender gap but violence against…

Iceland scores high on studies of gender equality but still has high rates of violence against women

South Carolina man arrested after Airbnb guest finds camera

A South Carolina man has been arrested after a woman who rented an apartment from him using Airbnb found a hidden camera

Trump accuser: 'We don't forget this'

More than a dozen women accused Donald Trump of sexual misconduct during the 2016 presidential campaign. Now, in the moment of #MeToo, how do they feel?

The New York Times - Can Texting Save Lives?

From The New York Times: Crisis Text Line is upending the suicide hotline, modernizing it for today’s teenagers, one text at a time.By: By SAMANTHA STARK, SARAH KRAMER, JAWAD METNI and VANESSA CARR. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2jSvKYR

British Banker Rurik Jutting Is Applying to…

Rurik Jutting, convicted last year of the murder of two women in Hong Kong in a case that made headlines around the world, applied for leave to appeal his conviction on Tuesday in the territory’s High Court.

Scientific Reasons Why You Shouldn't Skip Lunch

No one actually enjoys eating lunch at their desk, but now there are scientific reasons why you should never skip lunch. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has some facts that will make sure you never eat lunch at your desk again!

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Trump says accusations of sexual misconduct…

President Donald Trump is pushing back against sexual misconduct allegations, saying he's the target of "false accusations and fabricated stories."

Man intervenes in couple's argument, is thrown from bridge

Connecticut police have arrested a man they say threw another man 45 feet off a bridge because he intervened in an argument between the suspect and his girlfriend

Police say they have charged NYC subway bombing suspect with terror, weapons counts; federal charges expected later

Police say they have charged NYC subway bombing suspect with terror, weapons counts; federal charges expected later

NFL Network Suspends 3 Analysts Accused Of Sexual…

A former wardrobe stylist for the NFL Network accused current analysts Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor of sexual misconduct.

The Latest: Macron hosts leaders in global…

French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting 164 world leaders, government members, business leaders and prominent figures involved in fighting global warming at the Elysee presidential palace in Paris

Rep. King on NYC attack: We need increased…

Congressman speaks out on 'The Story.'

Following the trail of the unverified Trump…

Former senior British diplomat, Sir Andrew Wood, says he was instructed by Christopher Steele to reach out to Sen. McCain about the dossier; Catherine Herridge goes in-depth for 'Special Report.'

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Mayor's Unexpected Death Rattles San Francisco

It was a most unexpected and unwelcome middle-of-the-night email. "It is with profound sadness and terrible grief that we confirm that Mayor Edwin M. Lee passed away on Tuesday, December 12, at 1:11am at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital," read the email sent from the mayor's office at 2:...

Dangerous winds persist as wildfires roar in…

The winds aren't changing for Southern California's wildfires yet. The fifth largest blaze in state history was threatening thousands of homes as it churned through coastal mountains amid persistently dangerous weather conditions