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  • President Trump Announces Plan to Move U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem

    President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital on Wednesday and announced plans to relocate the US embassy there, a move expected to inflame tensions in the region and unsettle the prospects for peace. “I have determined that it is time to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel,” Trump said from White House’s Diplomatic Reception Room. “After more than two decades of waivers, we are no closer to a lasting peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians.” The […]

  • UPS Warns Some Deliveries Delayed Due to Online Shopping Backlog

    UPS is a little behind schedule after last week’s surge in online orders. The delivery company said Tuesday that a small percentage of packages are being delivered one to two days late as the company works to clear a Cyber Week backlog. UPS spokesman Steve Gaut said delivery should be back on track by the end of the day Wednesday. The company said it still expects most packages shipped between Thanksgiving and Christmas to arrive on time. “We have resolved […]

  • ‘The Silence Breakers’ Are Time’s Person of the Year

    The Silence Breakers are TIME's Person of the Year 2017 #TIMEPOY https://t.co/mLgNTveY9z pic.twitter.com/GBo9z57RVG — TIME (@TIME) December 6, 2017 Time magazine has named “The Silence Breakers,” representing people who came forward to report sexual misconduct, as its Person of the Year. It’s a recognition of the cultural reckoning this year and the #MeToo movement, which represents the people, mostly women, who have fueled a worldwide discussion about sexual harassment and assault. President Trump was the runner-up for Person of the Year. Chinese […]

  • Pizza Hut Is Testing Beer and Wine Delivery

    Pizza Hut bets you want some booze delivered with that pepperoni pie. The pizza chain said Tuesday that it will start testing pout beer and wine delivery in certain cities. “We’re excited to offer the convenience of beer and wine delivered to a customer’s home,” said Stacy Lynn Bourgeois, Pizza Hut’s director of brand marketing, in an interview with CNNMoney. The service will debut in Phoenix, Arizona with six-packs of Anheuser-Busch brands, including Budweiser, Bud Light and Shock Top and […]

  • ‘Fire Is Still out of Control’ as Massive Blaze Forces Thousands to Evacuate

    SANTA PAULA, CA — Pushed by powerful Santa Ana winds, a fire spread with explosive speed to 31,000 acres Monday night and early Tuesday in Southern California’s Ventura County, forcing thousands to evacuate in the dark. The fire began north of Santa Paula on Monday evening and spread into the edges of Ventura, a city of more than 100,000 people situated on the Pacific coast, the county sheriff’s office said. About 150 buildings have been destroyed, the sheriff’s office said, […]

  • Google Is Hiring 10,000 Reviewers to Clean up YouTube

    Google is going on a hiring spree to try to stamp out offensive videos and comments on YouTube. The company is recruiting thousands of reviewers to reduce the amount of “problematic content” on its video platform. It’s also introducing tougher restrictions on advertising and making greater use of smart technology. By 2018, Google aims to have more than 10,000 people “working to address content that might violate our policies,” YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said in a blog post. She did not […]

  • Baby’s “Milestone” Birth – First in US to Be Born to a Uterus Transplant Recipient

    Dallas, TX — A baby born at a Texas hospital is the first in the US to be birthed from a mother who had received a uterus transplant, according to the Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas. The hospital has not revealed many details surrounding the birth, including when the baby boy was born. The patient and her family have also asked for privacy at this time, according to the hospital. Giuliano Testa, the principal investigator of the uterine transplant […]

  • President Trump Shrinks Utah Monuments in Historic Move

    WASHINGTON — If only the rocks could talk. If only the sandstones could sing, imagine the stories they’d tell, of dinosaurs, mammoth hunters and the “ancient ones” known as the Anasazi. All roamed southern Utah over the eons, long before Native Americans struggled to hold their land against Mormon settlers, modern life and now, Donald Trump. As the President arrives in Utah Monday afternoon, this rocky corner of the Wild West is a battlefield once again, but this time the […]

  • Lamborghini Unveils World’s Fastest SUV

    The Lamborghini Urus SUV, just unveiled in Italy, will be the world’s fastest SUV, the automaker said. The Urus will have a 650 horsepower turbocharged V8 and an eight-speed transmission, allowing it to reach speeds of about 190 miles an hour. Besides reaching incredible speeds, the $200,000 SUV is expected to transform the Italian brand long known for making ultra-expensive, high-performance sports cars. Lamborghini now expects to sell more of these new SUVs than it does of its other models […]

  • ‘House of Cards’ Production to Resume Without Kevin Spacey

    LOS ANGELES — Netflix has decided to move forward with the final season of “House of Cards” without Kevin Spacey, a source familiar with the decision tells CNN. Production on the eight-episode sixth season had been hold due to allegations of sexual misconduct made against Spacey. Production will resume in early 2018, the source said. Actor Anthony Rapp was the first person to make allegations against Spacey. Rapp, who appears on CBS’s “Star Trek: Discovery,” alleged in a story by […]

  • It’s National Cookie Day!

    December 4th is National Cookie Day! The average American eats 18,928 cookies in their lifetime, OnePoll.com reports. According to culinary historians, the first record of cookies were created by accident. When cooks used a small amount of cake batter to test their oven temperature. Now — there are countless varieties of cookies. The most popular are sugar, oatmeal and chocolate chip. Each have their own national day.

  • US Masses Stealth Jets in South Korea for War Games

    WASHINGTON — US F-22 fighter jets roared into the sky over South Korea on Monday to start air combat exercises that North Korea says are pushing the peninsula to the brink of nuclear war. A US 7th Air Force official said the top-of-the-line F-22s are being joined by Air Force and Marine Corps F-35s in the largest concentration of fifth-generation fighter jets ever in South Korea. A senior South Korean Air Force official told CNN on Monday that the war […]