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Museum workouts attract art lovers to the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fine art meets sweaty aerobics. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is staging a workout class amid some of the


The most expensive cup of coffee in U.S. can be found in New York

Alpha Dominche is in the business of selling high-end, commercial grade coffee and tea machines. It’s new Extraction Lab


Life’s a beach for 80 year old lifesaver

It doesn’t take long for them to find clothes on Surfers Paradise beach. “And we could see his head


President Trump plans to enforce trade policies to ‘stop foreign cheating’

President Donald Trump said he plans to enforce trade policies to ‘stop foreign cheating’. Trump toured the Boeing production


The eighth continent Zealandia discovered by scientists

The world’s oceans conceal many secrets but a paper published in the journal of the Geological Society of America


A sinkhole swallowed two cars in Los Angeles

A sinkhole swallowed two cars in Los Angeles as a huge Pacific storm swept over southern California. The second

WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 16:  Protesters hold signs protesting Planned Parenthood

No federal money for abortion: House votes to overturn Obama regulation

The US House of Representatives has voted to overturn an 11th-hour Obama regulation that banned states from withholding federal


Man Pleads Guilty In San Bernardino Attack

A California man pleaded guilty Thursday to providing the high-powered rifles used to kill 14 people in the San


US and Turkish generals meet to discuss ISIS

Turkish and US chiefs of staff have “confirmed” the need to fight terror groups in Syria and Iraq, including


Water levels dropping behind California dam

California officials say the water level at Lake Oroville is 32 feet below its dam’s damaged emergency spillway. For


Thousands of dead fish wash up on Costa Rica beaches

Thousands of dead fish have washed up on the shores of Costa Rica’s Gulf of Nacoya on the Pacific,


Brazil races against time to save drought-hit city

The shrunken carcasses of cows lie in scorched fields outside the city of Campina Grande in northeast Brazil, and


Seven Hong Kong policemen jailed for assault on democracy activist

A Hong Kong court sentenced seven policemen to two years jail on Friday (February 17) for beating a handcuffed


G20: German foreign minister pledges to increase military spending

German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Friday (February 17) there was no question that Europe must spend more


Trump considering 4 people for National Security Advisor role

President Donald Trump on Friday (February 17) said he is considering four people to serve as his national security


China jails former business regulator for 18 years for graft

A court in China jailed a former senior official at one of the country’s business regulators for 18 years


US Defense Secretary chairs anti-ISIS meeting

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Thursday (February 16) chaired his first anti-ISIS coalition meeting in Brussels after a

President Donald Trump looks on during a rally at the DeltaPlex Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Dec. 9, 2016. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Trump just came up with a new term to describe CNN, mainstream media

President Donald Trump has a new term for mainstream media outlets’ reporting of his administration: “Very fake news.” During

A Pakistani woman comforts a mourner after the death of a relative at a local hospital in the town of Sehwan in Sindh province (YOUSUF NAGORI/AFP/Getty Images)

Suicide bombing kills 72 people in Pakistan

It’s the latest in a recent string of massive attacks in Pakistan—but this one has left scores of children


Trump approves federal emergency funding for Oroville Dam

President Donald Trump has approved sending emergency aid to support rebuilding the shore of the damaged Oroville Dam in

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