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Mark Zuckerberg plans to visit every U.S. state

(CNN) - Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has quite the New Year's resolution. Zuckerberg wrote on Facebook Tuesday that he plans to visit and meet with people in every state by the end of the year. According to a Facebook post; that…

Storm damage closes school in Rehobeth, Alabama

Rehobeth, AL (WTVY) - Rehobeth Elementary School suffered minor damage from the tornado. School was out on Tuesday as maintenance crews were working around the clock to remove debris. There was a large tree located in the front parking lot…

Charles Manson taken to the hospital

Los Angeles, CA (KCAL) - Mass murderer Charles Manson was reportedly taken from prison on Tuesday to a hospital. The Los Angeles times is reporting that the 82 year old is "seriously ill." Manson is serving 9 life sentences for…

Ford promises Mustang hybrid with V8 power

(CNN) - One of America's most cherished muscle cars is going electric the Ford Mustang. Ford announced plans Tuesday to make a hybrid version of the Mustang; it will be powered by electric motors as well as a gasoline engine.…

Bill, Hillary Clinton and GW, Laura Bush to attend Trump inauguration

(CNN) - Former president Bill Clinton and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will attend president-elect Donald Trump's inauguration later this month. That's according to aides to both Clinton's on Tuesday. And former president George W. Bush and former First…

Talladega college band inauguration controversy

Birmingham, AL (WIAT) - The president of Talladega college is deciding if the school's marching band will attend Donald Trump's inaugural parade. Alabama's oldest, private, historically African-American school has already accepted an invitation to perform. But that decision was met…

Storm kills four people in Rehobeth home

Rehobeth, AL (WTVY) - At least five people were killed in severe storms that swept across the south Monday. Four of them died after the storm spawned a tornado in Rehoboth, Alabama. Officials say the victims were friends who were…

Record Year for North American Box Office

(CNN) - It was a record year for Hollywood at the box office. But, that result comes with one caveat. The Box Office raked in $11.4billion dollars in 2016. Media tracking company 'Com-Score' says that tops the previous year's record…

115th Congress to be sworn in on Tuesday

(CNN) - A new year; a whole new look in Washington. The 115th Congress will be sworn in on Tuesday. Republicans will continue to be in charge of both legislative houses. Once president-elect Donald Trump takes office, the new congress…

UK grocer cuts women's razor cost to match men's

(CNN) - Britain's biggest supermarket chain is cutting the cost of its female razors to match the same product sold to men. Tesco says it had come under pressure from British lawmaker Paula Sherriff after it was found to charge…

Honda recalls 650K Odyssey minivans, seat defect

(CNN) - Honda is recalling nearly 650,000 Odyssey minivans for an issue with second-row seats. Honda says a defect with a lever could cause second-row seats to shift suddenly in a crash. There are two separate recalls. The bigger one…

M*A*S*H actor William Christopher dies

(CNN) - Actor William Christopher has died, his agent tells CNN. Christopher's agent says his wife was at his side when he died peacefully and without pain Saturday morning at his home in Pasadena, California. The actor had a small…

Obama to meet with Hill Democrats on Obamacare

(CNN) - President Barack Obama will head to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to meet with House and Senate Democrats. The lawmakers are trying to devise a plan to keep Obamacare in tact. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell announced earlier this…

Bill Cosby's lawyers file to get trial moved

(CNN) - Bill Cosby's attorneys have filed a motion to change the venue of his criminal trial to another city in Pennsylvania. Attorneys argue that the tainted press coverage has already convinced Montgomery county of Cosby's guilt. The 79-year old…

Senate cafeteria workers stiffed $1M in wages

(CNN) - According to a new federal investigation; hundreds of U.S. Senate cafeteria workers were wrongfully denied over $1 million in wages. The U.S. Department of Labor said Friday that the company restaurant associates and a subcontractor had stiffed 674…

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