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Gunman at Maryland high school dies after armed school officer intervenes; 2 others injured
It was not clear if the armed school resources officer, who intervened in the shooting at Great Mills High School that injured two other students, fired the fatal shot.       
20.03.2018 17:33
Operator of self-driving Uber vehicle that killed pedestrian was felon
Rafaela Vasquez had served almost four years in an Arizona prison.       
20.03.2018 14:28
Package explodes at Texas FedEx facility, likely linked to Austin serial bomber
Fourexplosions in Austin this month have killed two people and wounded four.       
20.03.2018 15:22
Jim Carrey unveils latest painting: President Trump as the 'Wicked Witch of the West Wing'
Jim Carrey's 'Wizard of Oz'-themed painting comes three days after his controversial portrait of press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.       
20.03.2018 17:29
And the best city in the world to live is ...
London, New York orParis may be exciting places to live.       
20.03.2018 17:22
Brewers' broadcaster Bob Uecker survives poisonous spider bite, continues to cheat death
Bob Uecker has had many health scares during his Hall of Fame broadcast career, including a dangerous spider bite over the off-season.       
20.03.2018 14:14
$1.3 trillion spending bill still in flux as negotiations on immigration continue with Trump
The bill must be passed by both the House and Senate and signed by President Trump before Saturday, or there will beanother partial government shutdown.       
20.03.2018 17:00
Warren Buffett, one of the world's wealthiest people, reimburses Berkshire Hathaway for postage
Warren Buffett's $100,000 salary hasn't changed in more than 25 years, according to the company. A Berkshire filing shows he gave $50,000 last year to the company for the reimbursement of personal expenses such as postage and phone calls.       
20.03.2018 16:50
New AAF pro football league, set for 2019 debut, described as 'complementary' to NFL
The Alliance of American Football, a new spring league planning a 2019 debut, will be led by Charlie Ebersol.       
20.03.2018 17:29
Bedridden woman found with rotting legs crawling with maggots
Her husband and son were supposed to be taking care of the Georgia woman, who was near death when emergency workers were called to her apartment home. Now Terry and Christian Sorrell are facing felony neglect charges.       
20.03.2018 16:23
Where's spring? Storms to wallop both coasts with rain, snow
A pair of potent storms will bring snow and cold rain to boththe eastern and western U.S., making a mockery of the calendar's declaration of the first day of spring.       
20.03.2018 17:02
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg lost almost $5 billion in wealth in one day
Facebook shares sank 6.8% Monday on news of the scandal tied to data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica.       
20.03.2018 17:36
Tip about missing Arizona girl found on dollar bill in Wisconsin
11-year-old Mikelle Biggs vanished in 1999 while waiting for an ice cream truck in Mesa, Arizona.       
20.03.2018 14:35
Mike Huckabee calls Jim Carrey a 'Christaphobe' after tweet about his daughter
Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders' dad asked what the "hypocritical Hollywood reaction" would be if Carrey described a Muslim or Jew that way.       
20.03.2018 16:49
Is Aubrey O'Day's song 'DJT' about Donald Trump Jr.? Social media thinks so
Various tabloids reported Monday thatO'Day had an affair with Donald Trump Jr. while filming 'Celebrity Apprentice' in 2011.       
20.03.2018 17:28
News & views: Katy Perry is dragging down 'American Idol'
Katy Perry is too wacky, too flirty and too distracting for "American Idol,' a show that once was about the singers, not the judges.       
20.03.2018 17:37
The first look of Renee Zellweger as Judy Garland in 'Judy' will send you over the rainbow
Production has begun for the Judy Garland biopic 'Judy,' starring Renee Zellweger. The first look will make you swoon.       
20.03.2018 11:29
Ex-Jehovah's Witnesses break silence on shunning: 'My mother treats me like I'm dead'
In the Christian denomination's religious practice, called 'disfellowshipping,' family members ignore their own kin. The sanction is meant to return lapsed faithful to the fold but can be a fatal blow for those whose mental health is fragile.       
20.03.2018 10:23
'Muppet Babies' to focus on problem solving, creativity, creators say | All the Moms Exclusive
'Muppet Babies' airs March 23. Creators say the show will focus on imagination, conflict resolution in a fun, light way.       
20.03.2018 13:16
Drugs laced with bug spray have zombie-like effects: ‘Think what it’s doing to your brain’
"Someone can go from extremely combative to suddenly unconscious, not breathing and potentially in cardiac arrest," Dan O’Donnell said.       
20.03.2018 12:50
Start spring right with a new charcoal grill at an incredible price
Can you hear the sizzle?       
20.03.2018 17:36
Conor Lamb got my first donation to a Democrat in 50 years. It's time to stop Donald Trump.
As a former Republican who is still a Reagan conservative, I believe we need more Conor Lamb moderates as an antidote to Donald Trump's poison.       
20.03.2018 11:00
Pregnancy centers shouldn't have to advertise for abortions. I'm glad mine didn't.
Supreme Court will hear abortion case to protect services that saved my baby's life.       
20.03.2018 14:09
'I think they lost their way here': Will Puerto Rico's recovery effort reach my hometown?
Washington says the Puerto Rico recovery process is nearly complete. That's not what I saw in my hometown battered by Hurricane Maria.       
20.03.2018 16:20
Bombings in Austin are terrifying because they could happen to any of us
I regularly receive packages from online orders and don't think twice about picking them up. That's why the bombings in Austin are terrifying.       
20.03.2018 16:46
Supreme Court rejects Pennsylvania Republicans' fight over maps for U.S. House
Federal and state courts repeatedly have rejected state Republicans' maps for Congress.       
19.03.2018 22:07
Doctors fed the opioid crisis. Can they help cure it?
Curb painkiller prescriptions, without driving addicts to deadly street drugs: Our view       
20.03.2018 17:34
Will Trump once again fall for a Saudi charm offensive? Let's hope not.
We need to resist the spell of the Saudi royals. The U.S.-Saudi relationship isincreasingly conflicted, and mutual expectations are unlikely to be met.       
18.03.2018 16:43
Facebook apps may see more of your personal info than you want. Here's how to turn them off
Consider reports that election intelligence firm Cambridge Analytica used 50M Facebook users' info as a wake-up call to lock down your privacy settings.       
19.03.2018 20:13
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