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Today β€” December 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

US conducts 6 airstrikes against Somalia extremists, 62 dead

The United States military's Africa Command says that it has carried out six airstrikes in the Gandarshe area of Somalia which killed a total of 62 extremists from the al-Shabab rebel group.

Gun-related deaths reachedΒ 40-year peak 2017, CDC study finds

By Bradford Betz

Gun-related deaths in the U.S. last year reached their highest point in 40 years, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s WONDER database.

Taliban say they're meeting US officials again on Monday

By KATHY GANNON

The Taliban say they are holding "another" meeting on Monday with U.S. officials, this time in the United Arab Emirates and also involving Saudi, Pakistani and Emirati representatives in the latest attempt to bring a negotiated end to Afghanistan's 17-year war.

Taliban say they're meeting US officials again on Monday

By KATHY GANNON

The Taliban say they are holding "another" meeting on Monday with U.S. officials, this time in the United Arab Emirates and also involving Saudi, Pakistani and Emirati representatives in the latest attempt to bring a negotiated end to Afghanistan's 17-year war.

White House closer to partial shutdown with wall demand

By HOPE YEN

Pushing the government to the brink of a partial shutdown, the White House is insisting that Congress provide $5 billion to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border despite lawmaker resistance from both parties.

Son has '50-50 chance' of survival after spleen ruptures in beating by father: police

By Bradford Betz

Louisville police say a boy’s chance of survival is “50-50” after his father beat him and ruptured his spleen last Friday, according to reports.  

Letters to Santa found behind chimney are 'delivered' a century later

By Nicole Darrah

Santa Claus will be receiving a few extra letters this Christmas after notes, written by children more than a century ago, were discovered at a museum in West Virginia -- and got "delivered" earlier this month.

Jogger Karina Vetrano's suspected killer complains about lewd Riker's Island inmates, guards

By Frank Miles

The man awaiting a mistrial in the killing of a woman who was sexually attacked while running near her family’s New York City home has been triggered by the prison conditions at Rikers Island, according to a report.

Chicago man who claimed he was stabbed in robbery cut himself during spat with girlfriend, police say

By Samuel Chamberlain

A man who told police he was stabbed during a robbery in downtown Chicago last month actually shoplifted razor blades from a nearby drugstore and cut himself after arguing with his girlfriend, investigators said Sunday. 

Firefighters rescue 6 puppies from burning structure

By Nicole Darrah

"Christmas came early" for a fire unit when its crews rescued six puppies from a burning structure near the California-Nevada border.

Mom in toddler tussle video says she went into defense mode

A mother who had her toddler yanked from her arms by New York police in a widely seen video said in an interview published Sunday that she went into "defense mode."

Convicted killer's lawsuit claims religion entitles him to smoke pot in prison

A South Carolina inmate has filed a federal lawsuit against the state prisons department, accusing the agency of violating his religious freedoms by not allowing him to smoke marijuana or keep his hair in dreadlocks.

California jewelry store robbery thwarted after owner's nephew pulls out gun

By Frank Miles

A California jewelry store owner’s nephew pulled a gun on suspects as the two men allegedly tried to rob his uncle’s store, according to reports.

Camp Fire clean-up crew members who posted offensive photos from burn zone are fired; criminal probe launched

By Nicole Darrah

Three construction company employees assigned to clean up the Camp Fire burn zone were fired -- and face a criminal investigation -- after one of them allegedly posted to social media a series of offensive photos showing themselves in the scorched Northern California area, the company announced.

Yesterday β€” December 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Georgia K-9 that lost eye after being shot in head is released from hospital

By Nicole Darrah

A Georgia K-9 that was shot during a traffic-stop confrontation that killed a police officer has lost an eye, but was released from a veterinary hospital Saturday and is expected to make a full recovery.

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