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The Latest: Workers body near bridge after heavy…

Transportation crews cleaning debris from a North Carolina river swollen by heavy rains have found a dead body

Soggy Seattle lives up to name, breaks another…

Soggy Seattle has broken another rainfall record

Documents: Teen abused by mom before kidnapping…

Court documents show that a 15-year-old Tennessee girl who was allegedly kidnapped by her teacher had endured months of abuse by her mother

Oregon town for sale for $3.5 million

Tiller boasts general store, gas station

Atlanta police seek crook with hook for hand

Surveillance video captures package thief

The Latest: Macron says Le Pen's platform is…

Centrist presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has launched a political offensive against far-right leader Marine Le Pen, saying her platform is based on the "hatred for others" in contrast to his desire to "calm" the country

Court removes obstacle to releasing wolves in New…

A court has removed one obstacle to the federal government's plan to release more endangered wolves in New Mexico over the state's objections, but it's not clear whether or when additional releases will occur

Costco announces $7/share special dividend

Costco announces a $7/share special dividend, and raises its quarterly dividend to $0.50 from $0.45. CNBC's Bill Griffeth reports.

Breville's coffee maker pair brew cups with…

Two new Breville coffee machines tackle drip, pour-over, cold brew, and espresso tasks with enhanced technology

Kim Jong-un's ski resort

Some North Koreans predict success at next year's Winter Olympics.

The New York Times - Waking Up on an Orangutan…

From The New York Times: A palm oil company known for turning orangutan habitat into plantation land has helped the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation purchase an island for this critically endangered species.By: By ERICA BERENSTEIN and JON EMONT. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2phhiNB

Tech Experts Say These Gadgets Can Help You Get a…

Tech expert, Katie Linendoll, shows us her favorite technology gadgets to help get more sleep.

Sens. Corker and Coons: America Has Moral…

Sen. Bob Corker and Sen. Chris Coons discuss their visit to the largest refugee camp in Uganda, & foreign policy issues of the day.

Matthews: We are whizzing by 100 day mark… almost

Chris Matthews shares his views on Trump first 100 days in office.

Rubio: Trump 'Dealing With the Reality of Being…

Missed MTP? Catch highlights from the show in this week's ComPRESSed.

Renters Care More About Streaming Shows Than…

Renters care more about streaming their favorite shows and surfing social media than clean clothes, according to a new survey from Comcast. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Shutdown? New president, same old government…

There's an unconventional new president in the White House and Republicans have a lock on Congress, but Washington is still up to its old tricks

Girl whose parents were police officers buys officer's meal

A New Jersey police department is looking to return the favor after a little girl asked her mother to pick up an officer's restaurant check

Brazil sales buoy Tupperware profits

New issue in executions: Should the death chamber…

The nation's first double execution in 16 years is raising a new issue involving transparency and the death penalty: Should witnesses be allowed to hear what goes on in the death chamber

Parts Of Canada Will Soon Experiment With Basic…

Starting this spring, certain citizens in three cities in Ontario will receive a monthly payment.

World's last male northern white rhino gets help…

There's just one male northern white rhino left in the world, and he's now on the Tinder dating app as wildlife experts try to keep his species alive

Panel recommends keeping moratorium on Oklahoma…

A moratorium on executions in Oklahoma should be extended until major changes are made to the state's capital punishment system so that an innocent person isn't put to death, a state commission recommended on Tuesday

Chinese court sentences US businesswoman accused…

A Chinese court has sentenced an American woman to 3 ½ years in prison for spying charges, in a case that has drawn criticism from the United Nations and human rights advocates