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7-year-old boy writes a letter to his hometown police officers
Brady Duke wrote a condolences letter to local police officers after they lost a fellow officer; he also gave them his favorite thing in the world, a Nintendo WII.
The Best of Super Bowl LI Commercials
Another Super Bowl , another reason to tune into the biggest American sporting sideshow of the year: the commercials. A 30-second spot in Super Bowl LI is reportedly costing advertisers $5 million this year. At that price, the ads go for $166,666.67 per second. In recent years, advertisers have
Students Stuck at Upstate New York School After Storm
According to a district representative, 46 students were stuck on buses and were rerouted back to school.
Brazile and Gingrich Reflect on 2016 Presidential Election
DNC chair Donna Brazile and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich reflect on the 2016 election.
Juliette Lewis Talks 'Secrets and Lies'
Lewis appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and talks about her first time as a leading actress in a television series and takes a look back on the film that helped launch her career.
Amazon Pulls Allegedly Fake Apple Products
Apple claims nine out of ten chargers being sold on Amazon were fake and possibly unsafe.
Evo Smash 4 preview: the field is wide open
The Smash for Wii U (Smash 4) excitement continues to grow with exciting narratives and more entrants than ever before. Evo 2016 yet again breaks a record with a total of 2,662 Smash 4 entrants, up from last year's total of 1,926. The journey from 2015 In 2015, everyone knew that TSM's Gonzalo
Baby Rescued From Kenyan Building Rubble After 3 Days
A 6-month-old baby girl has been rescued from the rubble of a collapsed building in Nairobi, Kenya, after surviving by herself for nearly 80 hours.
Ted Cruz's Victory Speech in Wisconsin
The republican presidential candidate thanks supporters, boasts unification of GOP around his campaign.
Facebook Connects With Brussels
Facebook activates its 'safety check' feature that allows users affected by a disaster to alert their friends that they're safe.