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Rumors fly again after claim that North Korea’s Kim Jong Un...

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has fallen into a coma, a former South Korean official is claiming on the heels of reports that...

Kushner ‘absolutely’ sending his kids back to school amid pandemic

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner said Sunday he has "no fear" when it comes to allowing his own kids to return to school...

New study finds many homemade masks are effective at blocking spread...

Bandannas, gaiters and knitted masks are some of the least effective face coverings for preventing the spread of coronavirus, according to a new study.Researchers...

Economy suffers titanic 32.9% plunge in 2nd quarter, GDP shows, and...

The numbers: An economy badly battered by the coronavirus shrank at a record 32.9% annual pace in the second quarter, underscoring just how big...

Mitt Romney marches in D.C.: ‘We need to stand up and...

That's Sen. Mitt Romney on Sunday, as he joined a group of around 1,000 Christians marching in Washington and was asked by an NBC...

Schumer worried Trump will force shutdown to impede impeachment

The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate said Tuesday he's worried that President Donald Trump will shut down the federal government in an effort...

‘I was not fully informed’ – FDA recommends breast implants with...

ByHappy Tuesday, MarketWatchers. Don't miss these top stories:Personal FinanceThis 29-year-old woman lost her job and is looking for healthy 'poor people meals'Here's what...

Blow to London IPOs as African Export-Import Bank puts float on...

The backlog of IPOs on the London Stock Exchange just got even longer.The African Export-Import Bank on Tuesday said it had put its planned...

Kanye West, with debt piling up, thanks God for $68 million...

ByKanye West, with a reported net worth of $240 million, has been making headlines lately for his Sunday Service, an invitation-only event that...

It may be the perfect time to buy European stocks, say...

ByEuropean stocks have lagged behind their American peers for the past two years, as eurozone growth stalled amid the aftermath of the U.S.-China...