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β€˜The View’ grills NYC mayor Bill de Blasio: β€˜You screwed the city up’

By Brian Flood

ABC News’ “The View” has seen a resurgence in relevancy and popularity during Trump’s presidency, but the outspoken ladies attacked a different politician on Wednesday when New York City mayor Bill de Blasio joined the show.

Best-selling fantasy author accuses husband of trying to poison her

By Ryan Gaydos

Tennessee authorities are investigating after Sherrilyn Kenyon, a best-selling fantasy author, accused her estranged husband of poisoning her.

Suspected car bomb kills at least eight outside Colombian police academy

A car bomb exploded outside a police academy on Bogota, Colombia on Thursday leaving at least eight dead and 10 injured, the city's mayor Enrique Penalosa said.

Amazon investors press company to stop selling 'racially biased' surveillance tech to government agencies

By Christopher Carbone

A group of Amazon shareholders is pushing the tech giant to stop selling its controversial facial recognition technology to U.S. government agencies on the same week that a coalition of 85 human rights, faith, and racial justice groups are demanding Jeff Bezos' company stop selling the surveillance technology. 

Jessie James Decker opens up about her sex life, reveals husband didn't know about nude photo

By Tyler McCarthy

Jessie James Decker is not being shy about sharing her love life on social media with her many followers. Recently, she posted a passionate kiss between her and Eric Decker after explaining that her husband is not always in the loop when it comes to being featured on her page.

Freshmen Dems stumble in quest to confront McConnell on shutdown

By Lukas Mikelionis

Freshmen Democrats led by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez attempted to confront Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in-person over government shutdown and hand-deliver a letter urging him to cave and vote to reopen the government without securing the funding to the border wall.

Marie Osmond reflects on dating rumors, body shaming and bullying

By Jessica Sager

Marie Osmond insists she "wasn't a nun" in her heyday — and that she's still somewhat scarred by body shaming she suffered when she was young.

Connecticut, Tulsa men's basketball coaches ejected after handshake at midcourt

By Ryan Gaydos

Connecticut Huskies head coach Dan Hurley and Tulsa Golden Hurricane men’s basketball coach Frank Haith were both ejected from Wednesday night’s game after a bizarre interaction on the court.

Opal-filled fossils reveal timid, dog-size dinosaur that lived down under

By Laura Geggel Senior Writer

When Mike Poben, an opal buyer and and fossil fanatic, bought a bucket of opal from an Australian mine, he was surprised to find to find what looked like an ancient tooth in the pile.

Carolina Panthers' Christian McCaffrey sending two Army veterans to Super Bowl

By Ryan Gaydos

Carolina Panthers star Christian McCaffrey said Wednesday he is partnering with USAA and the Wounded Warriors Project to help two Army veterans go to the Super Bowl.

Ancient 150,000-year-old buffalo skull found in England

By Chris Ciaccia

A prehistoric 150,000-year-old skull that once belonged to an extinct giant buffalo has been found deep in the cold ground of an English quarry.

Turkey deports Dutch journalist over alleged links to terror organization

By Katherine Lam

Dutch journalist Johanna “Ans” Boersma was deported from Turkey on Thursday over alleged links to a terror organization, the newspaper she worked for said.

Michael Cohen levels new allegation, claims he worked to rig online polls at Trump’s direction

By Alex Pappas

Michael Cohen, the president’s former fixer who was recently sentenced to three years in prison, leveled a new allegation Thursday at President Trump by claiming his former boss directed him to rig online polls ahead of the 2016 presidential race.