Beijing To Host 2022 Winter Olympics

Beijing will be the first city to host both Summer and Winter games. >>

Has A Piece of MH370 Washed Ashore?

Has part of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane been found? A large piece of plane wing washed ashore. >>

Android Users Beware Of Hackers

New research suggests that nearly a billion Android phones are capable of being hacked, simply by receiving a picture via text. >>

Nike FuelBand Users Can Get Partial Refund

Lawsuit alleges band didn't accurately track calories, steps as claimed >>

DC BUREAU: Pro-Life Activist Protest Alleged Questionable Protocol At Planned Parenthood

Protesters rallied outside the U.S. Capitol Tuesday morning after another video was released showing alleged undercover discussions of questionable activity at Planned Parenthood. >>

FDA To Change Sugar On Nutrition Labels

The Food and Drug Administration wants to change the way you see sugar on food nutrition labels. >>

NY Joins Push To Stop Robocalls

New York's attorney general has joined counterparts from 44 other states in calling on five major phone companies to offer call-blocking technology to customers to help stop robocalls. >>

DC BUREAU: Senators pushing to eliminate ’gun free zones’

Last week’s shooting in Chattanooga that claimed five lives has some Senators questioning policies that, if reversed, may have prevented the tragedy. >>

Hackers Can Remotely Control Some Chrysler Vehicles

Fiat Chrysler says it has a software fix that will prevent future hacking into the Jeep Cherokee and other vehicles. >>

US And Cuba Restore Full Diplomatic Relations

More than five decades of Cold War and lingering enmity have come to an end with the US and Cuba restoring full diplomatic relations. >>

President Obama & Daughters Visit NY

President Barack Obama - who has two teenage daughters - is trying to combat that trend by hanging out with his girls in New York for the weekend. >>

CVS Warns of Data Breach for Online Photo Customers

Unknown amount of customers affected >>

George H.W. Bush Falls & Breaks Bone In Neck

George H.W. Bush is doing OK after falling and breaking a bone in his neck. >>

Officials: 4 Marines Killed In Military Attacks in Tennesee

A gunman unleashed a barrage of gunfire at two military facilities a few miles apart in Chattanooga on Thursday, killing at least four Marines, officials said. >>

James Holmes Found Guilty in 2012 Theater Massacre

27-year-old could get the death penalty >>

Former Auschwitz Guard Convicted As Accessory To Murder

A 94-year-old former SS sergeant who served at the Auschwitz death camp has been convicted on 300,000 counts of accessory to murder. >>

Amazon vs. Walmart Sale Showdown

Amazon and Walmart both announced major sales, and stirred up a little competition. >>

Corning Inc. Helps Nasa Take Pictures of Pluto

Corning Inc. says parts of the imaging system on board the New Horizons spacecraft that took pictures of Pluto during a fly-by were made at their facility in Keene, New Hampshire. >>

Iran Agrees to Hault Nuclear Weapons Program

Iran has agreed to continue a U.N. arms embargo on the country for up to five more years. It will also keep Iran from producing enough materials to make a nuclear weapon for at least 10 years. >>

NYC Settles With Eric Garner’s Family

The family of Eric Garner accepted a pretrial settlement from the New York City Monday. >>

"Go Set A Watchman" Makes Its Debut

It has been 50 years since Harper Lee published her first novel, "To Kill a Mockingbird." However, Tuesday marks the release of Lee's sequel to "Mockingbird" entitled, "Go Set A Watchman." >>

New York Ranked Safest State to Vacation

ADTsecurity.com recently ranked New York as the safest state to vacation in the country. >>

Greek Bailout: Europe Strikes A Deal

Europe has offered Greece a new $96 billion bailout. >>

Mexican Drug Lord Escapes From Prison

Drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman has escaped out of the Altiplano Federal Prison Saturday night. >>

To Kill A Mockingbird Read-A-Thon

Just ahead of Tuesday's release of Harper Lee's new book, local community members are participating in a Read-a-Thon of her first novel, "To Kill A Mockingbird. >>


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