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10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Flynn's day in court, the border wall standoff, the decline of life expectancy in the U.S.

Final goodbye: Roll call of some who died in 2018

A look back at some notable figures who died in 2018

Chicago police: 2 officers die after being struck…

Chicago police say two officers investigating a shots-fired call on the city's far South Side have died after being struck by a train

Pope shakes up Vatican communications operations

Pope Francis is shaking up the Vatican's communications operations, replacing the longtime editor of the Holy See newspaper and naming a prominent Italian journalist to coordinate the editorial line of all Vatican media

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No charges for woman who killed jail escapee in her home

Authorities say a South Carolina woman who shot and killed an escaped inmate who kicked in her door will not be charged

'One of a kind' tomb found in Egypt

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

China Will 'Never Seek Hegemony' President Xi…

China will never seek hegemony, President Xi Jinping said Tuesday as global concerns persist over the country’s growing economic influence.

1947 Best-picture Oscar Sells For Nearly $500K At…

It was lights, camera, auction for two Academy awards that were recently sold at auction. Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.

Clouds grow over German economy after stocks hit…

Worries are growing about the strength of the German economy, Europe's largest, as business confidence slides and stock market enters bear market.

Cops Say Utah Couple Waterboarded Girl, 9

A husband and wife in Utah are accused of a form of child abuse so cruel it is widely considered a violation of the Geneva Convention. Police say the Provo couple allegedly waterboarded a 9-year-old girl on at least three occasions, KUTV reports. The girl's father, 29-year-old Joseph Mitchell, and...

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Dow falls more than 500 points

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 507.73 points on Monday on concerns about slowing economic growth ahead of a highly anticipated decision from the Federal Reserve later this week on the course of interest rate hikes. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

'Devastating Tragedy' for Chicago Police

The number of Chicago police officers killed in the line of duty this year doubled in a single tragic incident Monday night. Police say officers Eduardo Marmolejo, 36, and Conrad Gary, 31, were struck and killed by a train on the city's South Side while investigating a report of shots...

Ex-Trump adviser Stone admits to InfoWars lies…

Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone has settled a $100 million lawsuit accusing him of publishing lies on the far-right InfoWars website

Kentucky gov calls legislature in session for…

Kentucky's Republican governor has called the state legislature back in session to consider changes to the state's troubled public pension system

Man dies in crash following deadly California…

Central California authorities say a man who went on a deadly robbery, shooting and carjacking rampage has died in a high-speed crash during which he intentionally tried to smash into other cars

UK to ramp up 'no-deal' Brexit preparations amid…

The British Cabinet is meeting to discuss ramping up preparations for Britain's departure from the European Union without a deal, after Prime Minister Theresa May postponed Parliament's vote on her divorce agreement until mid-January

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UN approves compact to support world's refugees; US objects

The U.N. General Assembly has overwhelmingly approved a non-binding compact that provides more robust support for countries where most of the world's more than 25 million refugees live