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No jail time for Baylor fraternity president…

A Texas judge has accepted a plea deal allowing a former Baylor University fraternity president accused of rape to avoid serving jail time

UN: 20 million Yemenis are hungry, 250,000 face…

The U.N. humanitarian chief says 20 million people in Yemen are hungry - a 15 percent increase from last year - and he says that for the first time, 250,000 face "catastrophe," which means starvation, death and destitution.

Neighbor: Mom screamed for help amid fire that…

A neighbor says a woman screamed for help in a fruitless effort to save her five children from an Ohio fire, but the home was already engulfed in flames, with no way for those nearby to rush inside

Ex-police officer charged with providing badge to robbers

An ex-police officer in Memphis, Tennessee, has been charged with providing civilians with a badge and other police equipment so that they could pretend to be law enforcement officers and rob drug crews

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Love Islanders' £££ tips for Instagram

Each paid post is making stars like Paul Knops and Jamie Jewitt hundreds of pounds - but how?

Two Russian Tu-160 Strategic Bombers Arrive to…

A pair of Tu-160 bombers reportedly landed at Maiquetia airport, in Venezuela, on Monday following a more than 6-thousand mile flight.

The 'Rule of 4' Holiday Gift Giving Hack Will…

Of course you want your kids to have it all, but experts agree that going overboard during the holidays isn't good for anyone. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details,.

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Environmental groups to sue over offshore drilling tests

Environmental groups are suing President Donald Trump's administration over plans to conduct offshore drilling tests

Paris cleans up as Macron prepares to respond to…

Workers in Paris swept up broken glass and towed away burnt-out cars on Sunday after the latest "yellow vest" riots, while the government warned of slower economic growth and said that President Emmanuel Macron would address the nation this week. Pascale Davies reports.

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'We're still in the war': Chicagoans battle flow…

Police recover more than 1,000 guns this year in one Chicago community, but few think it will stop the flow of illegal weapons. President Donald Trump has called the city's violence problems "very easily fixable." Not so, say those who live with them.

California inferno gives rise to family-reuniting…

In the aftermath of California's catastrophic wildfire, online sleuths known as 'angels' bring their skills to Paradise to reconnect friends and family with survivors

Musk suggests Tesla's new chairwoman won't rein…

Elon Musk dismisses the idea that Tesla's new chairwoman will have much control over his behavior

Indiana teen charged with killing pregnant…

Authorities say a northern Indiana high school football player told investigators that he killed a 17-year-old schoolmate because she waited so long to tell him she was pregnant with his child that it was too late to get an abortion

No sentence yet for man who rammed rally…

A jury has yet to reach a recommended sentence for a man who drove his car into counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia last year

Nashville's only abortion clinic suspends abortion services

Women seeking abortions in Nashville will now have to travel hours outside the city after the only clinic that offered abortions in the region has temporarily halted its services

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The blind veteran boxer

Blinded by war, boxing through PTSD, Paul Jacobs hopes to become a champion.

Russian Gun Rights Activist Maria Butina Signals…

Maria Butina is being accused of being a secret agent for the Russian government and a new court filing indicates she has taken a plea deal.