Aguero at the double as Man City keep quadruple bid alive
- NFL Ratings Fall at Faster Pace
- South African tourist killed in Egypt hot air balloon crash
- Palestinian pain for India
- Packers fire long time defensive coordinator Dom Capers
- Latest 'Star Wars' passes $1 billion mark in third week
- Storm Dylan expected to bring 120km/h gusts to 12 counties
- Apple CEO Tim Cook's Annual Pay Jumps 47% to $12.8 Million
- Powerball, Mega Millions both above $300 million
- Bitcoin Price Drops as South Korea Says Exchange Closures Are Possible
- United Kingdom woman jailed for 3 years in Egypt for carrying painkillers
- 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' still dominating
- Four dead after bus ploughs into pedestrian underpass in Moscow
- London Zoo fire injures 9 people, kills Misha the aardvark
- Newspaper review: Palestinian succumbs to wounds sustained by Israeli fire
- It's a three-banner day for local women's hockey
January 06, 2018
Adler blasts ICE director's threat to jail local elected officials
ICE is out there doing things that, one day, are going to embarrass the conscience as much as the revelations about torture did. U.S. courts have repeatedly held feds can't force states/localities to do Trump's bidding on draconian deportation tactics.
January 05, 2018
Chelsea set to beat Spurs and sign Everton midfielder Barkley for £15m
Chelsea are set to take their season's spending past the £200m mark after making a £15m bid for Everton midfielder Ross Barkley . However, now it looks like Conte's words have been heard by the board as they go after one of his main transfer targets.
January 05, 2018
Justin Timberlake channels Steve Jobs in new Filthy music video
The album will have 16 songs and Justin will release three more tracks before the full album comes out on Super Bowl weekend. Justin Timberlake released the lead single to his fourth studio album earlier this morning titled " Filthy ".
January 01, 2018
Seoul holds second ship over 'oil transfers' to North Korea
Results of the investigation will be reported to the UN Security Council's sanctions committee, foreign ministry officials said. The vessel is suspected of transferring 600 tonnes of oil to the North Korean tanker Sam Jong 2 in global waters on October 19.
December 31, 2017
Vice President Joseph Boakai concedes defeat to George Weah
Weah was declared the victor of Liberia's presidential election run-off on Friday, the country's elections commission confirmed. Mr Weah's critics argued that his lack of political experience makes him unequipped for Liberia's top job.
December 31, 2017
Bitterly Cold As We Head Into the New Year
As temperatures fall below freezing Saturday night , patchy freezing drizzle is possible Saturday night into midday Sunday . We will finally get a brief break from our cold damp dismal loss of sunny weather for Saturday and part of Sunday .
December 28, 2017
Western Wall Train Station to Be Named after President Trump
She added: "What we are doing is returning our embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, where we had it for many years". Katz approved construction plans for the train on Tuesday, The Jerusalem Post reported .
December 26, 2017
Kentucky woman killed 'savagely' in dog attack identified
Two dogs attacked and killed a woman and left her husband injured in southern Kentucky, CBS affiliate WKYT in Lexington reports. Investigators with the sheriff's office are warning residents no to engage with the unsafe animal if they come across it.
December 25, 2017
Suspected cholera cases reach one million in Yemen
The number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen has reached one million , the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says. Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday it would allow the Houthi-controlled port of Hodeidah, vital for aid, to stay open for a month.
December 23, 2017
Elderly Couple Arrested With $336K of Pot, Claims it Was Christmas Gifts
The police found 60 lbs. of marijuana as well as containers of concentrated THC, the chemical in marijuana that gets people high. Though many states have legalized marijuana to varying degrees, Nebraska is not among them.