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Here's what it's like to ride in the inventor's 1.14-mile tunnel
Our Tesla Model X pulled into a small parking lot behind an old kitchen cabinet store and came to a stop on a metal lift. Moments later, Elon Musk's vision for how to beat traffic congestion began to take shape.
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Witness describes meeting El Chapo, and the naked man chained nearby
A key informant in the case against Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman testified in federal court on Tuesday, highlighting his meetings with the reputed cartel boss and the bloody drug war that drove him to cooperate with investigators.
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Trump signed letter of intent for Trump Tower Moscow project despite Giuliani's claim
A newly obtained document shows President Donald Trump signed a letter of intent to move forward with negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Russia, despite his attorney Rudy Giuliani claiming on Sunday the document was never signed.
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Softbank's mobile business plunges after IPO
Softbank's blockbuster IPO has flopped in its market debut.
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George H.W. Bush secretly sponsored a Filipino child
Even after his death, George H.W. Bush continues to warm our hearts.
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Opinion: Trump's tax cuts are a bust
A year after President Donald Trump's much-touted tax cuts were signed into law, at least some of the results are in, and there are clear winners: Millionaires. Big corporations. And that's about it.
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People 'take better care of their pets than you took care of your kids' judge says before sentencing young mother
Before handing down his sentence, a Texas judge scolded a young mother whose two daughters died after she intentionally left them in a car overnight.
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Court orders company to comply with special counsel subpoena in mystery appeal
Four days after attorneys secretly argued over a grand jury subpoena suspected to be related to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian influence in the 2016 election, a federal appeals court is forcing an unnamed company to comply with the subpoena.
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D.C. council approves legalized sports gambling
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Opinion: I'm a chef, an author and a mom -- and I've been on food stamps
I'm a professionally trained chef. I've published a book, been profiled in several newspapers and even appeared briefly on a Bravo cooking competition show. Until a few years ago, I even co-owned a restaurant in St. Louis.
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The no-nonsense judge overseeing Flynn's sentencing
The judge overseeing former national security adviser Michael Flynn's sentencing has earned a no-nonsense reputation during his tenure as a judge -- presiding over cases in DC for more than three decades.
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Eight states are on track to have their rainiest year on record
For many in the eastern half of the United States, rain boots, rain jackets and umbrellas have been in regular wardrobe rotation this year.
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See Marshall's life in photos
With the 1988 comedy "Big," Penny Marshall became the first woman in history to direct a movie that grossed more than $100 million.
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Device for Pacific plastic clean-up isn't doing its job
A system intended to reduce plastic pollution in the Pacific Ocean is not yet producing results after a couple of months at sea.
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Penny Marshall left behind a 'Big' legacy
Penny Marshall crammed a lot of creativity into a relatively concentrated period, from her iconic sitcom work to her transition into directing, producing an iconic TV show and a memorable string of movies.
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'Making a Murderer' police officer is suing Netflix
A retired Wisconsin police officer involved in the investigation of the murder at the center of the popular Netflix documentary series "Making a Murderer" is suing its creators and the streaming service. - RSS Channel
Analysis: Trump's Flynn-sized blind spot was just exposed again
In the run-up to Tuesday's sentencing of Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump and his allies seemed to be convinced that the former national security adviser would stand up in court and renounce the plea deal he had agreed to more than a year ago in which he admitted to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russian officials during the presidential transition in late 2016. - RSS Channel
Celebrities react to Marshall's death
Penny Marshall's legacy will live on forever in Hollywood. - RSS Channel
All I want for Christmas is boundaries
Romantic Christmas movies have a lot to answer for. They inhabit a world in which a character played by actress and singer Martine McCutcheon is incessantly described derogatorily -- and inaccurately -- as fat ("Love Actually"), schoolboys are advised to hunt girls they fancy through airports, breaking the law in the process ("Love Actually") and bosses instruct subordinates to proposition each other ("Love Actually"). - RSS Channel
Penny Marshall's in a league of her own
Penny Marshall reveals in her new memoir that her life off-camera has been just as crazy as anything that viewers saw on the screen. - RSS Channel
Dana Bash: How can that come out of Sanders' mouth?
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders claimed that Michael Flynn's admitted lying to the FBI and acting as an agent of a foreign government have "don't have anything to do with the president." - RSS Channel
Penny Marshall, co-star of 'Laverne & Shirley' and director of 'A League of Their Own,' dead at 75
Actress Penny Marshall, who found fame in TV's "Laverne & Shirley" before going on to direct such beloved films as "Big" and "A League of Their Own," has died. She was 75. - RSS Channel
Saturn losing rings quicker than expected
Saturn's rings make it one of the most striking planets in the solar system, but scientists believe they could disappear in less than a 100 million years -- which isn't all that long when you consider that the gas giant itself is more than 4 billion years old. - RSS Channel
Loneliness peaks at 3 key ages, study finds
Rising rates of loneliness may not be news, but the three periods when it peaks may come as a surprise: More people reported feeling moderate to severe loneliness during their late 20s, their mid-50s and their late 80s than in other life periods, according to research published Tuesday in the journal International Psychogeriatrics. - RSS Channel
Lil Jon did a Christmas song with Kool-Aid Man and the holidays will never be the same
This may be all you ever wanted for Christmas. - RSS Channel
Netanyahu's son temporarily banned from Facebook over hate speech allegations
Facebook has restored the account of Yair Netanyahu, the eldest son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after it was temporarily suspended for "hate speech" over a series of posts targeting Muslims and Palestinians. - RSS Channel
READ: Agreement dissolve Trump's charitable foundation
The Donald J. Trump Foundation has agreed to dissolve amid an ongoing lawsuit according to a document filed Tuesday in Manhattan Supreme Court by the New York state Attorney General's office. - RSS Channel
Trump blinks on government shutdown vow
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders suggested Tuesday that the White House has found an alternative way to get its requested $5 billion in funding for a US-Mexico border wall, marking a reversal from President Donald Trump's previous position. - RSS Channel
Yemeni mother wins visa fight to see her dying child in US
The US State Department granted a Yemeni mother, whose 2-year-old son is on life support in an Oakland hospital, a waiver Tuesday to travel to the United States, according to officials with the Council on American-Islamic Relations. - RSS Channel
3,500 British troops on standby for a possible no-deal Brexit
Britain's defense secretary announced that 3,500 troops will be on standby for a possible no-deal Brexit, as lawmakers said Tuesday that they have ramped up preparations for leaving the European Union without an agreement. - RSS Channel
Morning sickness pill study finds small link to increased risk of clefts
When a pregnant woman feels persistent nausea and even has to throw up, she might see whether ginger can help settle her stomach, or perhaps plenty of water. - RSS Channel
Study: Opioids offer little chronic pain benefit
For adults with chronic pain, opioids offer narrow improvements over a placebo for pain and physical functioning, on average, according to a new analysis published Tuesday. And the majority of patients will experience no meaningful benefit. - RSS Channel
Judge orders poacher to watch 'Bambi'
A Missouri man convicted of deer poaching has received a unique sentence. - RSS Channel
The ex-Fed chairman who famously warned about 'irrational exuberance' in stocks doesn't see prices going any higher than they are now
Alan Greenspan says the party's over on Wall Street. - RSS Channel
Steve Carell on 'Welcome to Marwen'
In "Welcome to Marwen," Steve Carell plays a photographer who funnels the pain of a personal tragedy into art using dolls. - RSS Channel
Cardi B performs 'I Like It' at senior center, gets asked out
Cardi B's appearance on "Carpool Karaoke" might be one of James Corden's best segments yet. - RSS Channel
Putin's war on rap unites Russia's hip hop artists
In Russia, a rap war is raging, but it's not between battling MCs. - RSS Channel
Opinion: The worst kept secret in Washington
Eight years after congressional leaders banned earmarks in an effort to cut spending and improve trust in government, the incoming House majority leader is suggesting that the new Congress is likely to bring the old practice back. - RSS Channel
'Fresh Prince' star sues Fortnite over use of the 'Carlton dance'
Carlton wants his dance back. - RSS Channel
Manchester United fires manager Jose Mourinho
Manchester United has announced that Jose Mourinho has left the club with immediate effect. - RSS Channel
5 things to know about markets now
Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. - RSS Channel
Dow futures are higher after a 500-point slide
1. China jitters: Chinese President Xi Jinping struck a defiant note during a speech Tuesday marking four decades since the country embarked on its economic transformation. - RSS Channel
Retired officer rescues toddler from busy road
Retired officer Darryl Pang rescued an unsupervised toddler chasing a ball from a busy street. - RSS Channel
Guatemalan girl's family demands answers over death in US custody
The father of a 7-year-old Guatemalan girl is demanding answers about how she came to die in US custody less than 48 hours after Border Patrol agents detained her in the New Mexico desert. - RSS Channel
Why migrants have a number written on them
To some, the thought of asylum-seekers on the US-Mexico border with numbers written in black ink on their arms carries disturbing echoes of the Holocaust. - RSS Channel
Honduran mom and kids in viral tear gas photo allowed entry to US
Maria Lila Meza Castro -- the mother photographed running with her children away from tear gas at the US-Mexico Border in November -- was permitted into the US late Monday night, Sandra Cordero with Families Belong Together told CNN. - RSS Channel
Man at the center of a multibillion-dollar scandal adorns novelty Christmas items
Forget Santa. In Malaysia, there's another portly figure of fun decorating homes this Christmas. - RSS Channel