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Model Thylane Blondeau posts 10 Year Challenge from years she won 'Most Beautiful in the World' accolades

By Tyler McCarthy

The model who was recently named “Most Beautiful Face in the World” 2018 participated in the viral 10 Year Challenge showing off the two record-breaking looks of her young life.

Microsoft pledges $500 million to tackle Seattle's housing crisis

By Christopher Carbone

In what is the largest pledge in its 44-year history, Microsoft is spending $500 million to address the housing crisis in Seattle that's been exacerbated by the influx of tech-fueled growth.

Search for missing Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth leads to landfill

By Katherine Lam

Authorities are possibly zeroing in on a Colorado landfill for clues leading to Kelsey Berreth, who is believed to have been murdered by her fiance after she vanished on Thanksgiving Day.

Health, defense stocks help Wall Street grind higher

U.S. stocks eked out gains on Thursday to consolidate near a one-month high, helped by advances in the healthcare and industrial sectors and as financials shrugged off Morgan Stanley's disappointing earnings.

Golf: Lowry recovers from early wobble to retain Abu Dhabi lead

Ireland's Shane Lowry recovered from a sluggish start to remain the man to beat at the halfway stage of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship on Thursday.

Grocery store robot patrols aisles, spots spills

By James Rogers

“Robo ‘cleanup’ in aisle three!” Some grocery stores in the U.S. are calling on robots in an attempt to keep their floors clean.

Eight dead in car bomb at Colombian police academy

A car bomb exploded at a police academy in Colombia's capital Bogota on Thursday, killing at least eight people and wounding 10 in what the authorities condemned as terrorism.

Britain bans rape, sexual violence scenes in movies for people under age 15

By Kathleen Joyce

The British Board of Film Classification announced that in new guidelines that films classified for people under the age of 15 will not be allowed to have rape and sexual violence scenes.

Florida deputy fired after multiple false drug arrests, 9 releases, officials say

By Lucia Suarez Sang

A Florida sheriff’s deputy was fired and nine people were released from jail after tests revealed that the substances used in some of his narcotics arrests were not actually drugs.

Feds may charge Huawei with stealing trade secrets

By Paul Wagenseil Senior editor

Federal prosecutors are getting ready to hit Huawei with criminal charges for allegedly stealing trade secrets from American companies, The Wall Street Journal reported today (Jan.

Shutdown standoff: Pelosi renews call to delay State of the Union, Trump says Dems 'hijacked' by 'fringe'

By Brooke Singman

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi renewed her call Thursday to delay the State of the Union address, saying the date is not “sacred” and President Trump should wait to deliver his message to the nation until the partial government shutdown ends. 

'Collection #1' breach exposes a record 773 million email addresses

Did you receive an email this morning informing you that your personal information was exposed in a data breach called Collection #1? You're not alone, and it's a reminder to take precautions like enabling two-factor authentication and signing up for a password manager.

Israeli museum to remove 'McJesus' art sculpture after violent protests

By Caleb Parke

The controversial "McJesus" art sculpture - depicting a life-size Ronald McDonald hanging from a cross - will be removed from the Israeli museum following violent protests in Haifa, Israel.

Russian defense committee head: U.S. missile strategy will stoke tensions: Ifax

The chair of Russia's upper house defense and security committee, Viktor Bondarev, said on Thursday that the new U.S. missile defense strategy would ramp up global tensions, Interfax news agency cited him as saying.

French military to continue Islamic State fight in Levant: Macron

President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday the death of four Americans in Syria this week showed that the battle against Islamic State militants would continue and he vowed that France would keep its troops in the region this year.

Mom's lips left oozing pus after low-cost fillers

By Alexandria Hein

A mother-of-three is hoping a video of pss oozing out of her infected lips is enough to put others off cheap lip fillers.

Man was injecting self with semen in attempt to relieve back pain, case report says

By Alexandria Hein

A bizarre “at-home” remedy for back pain has landed a 33-year-old unidentified patient in the Irish Medical Journal after doctors discovered that he was injecting his own semen into his forearm.