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Canadian Protesters Allegedly Barred from Marching

(LACOLLE, Canada) -- A number of Canadians travelling to the massive women's rights rally in Washington were turned away at the border according to BBC News. Some say they were questioned before being... Read More

'Good Luck, America:' Trump's Inauguration in Global Headlines

(WASHINGTON) -- The world's eyes are on Washington Friday as Donald Trump is sworn into office as the 45th president of the United States.

From Buenos Aires to Berlin, Trump's likeness can be seen on the front page of newspapers from every... Read More

Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman Pleads Not Guilty to Charges in His First Appearance in New York Courtroom

(NEW YORK) -- Joaquin Guzman Loera, the Mexican drug lord also known as "El Chapo" who was recaptured last year after escaping from prison, made his first appearance in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, this afternoon.

Guzman, a leader ... Read More

Trump May Have Early Chance to Target ISIS Leader Al-Baghdadi

(NEW YORK) -- Even though President Obama leaves office Friday with the leaders of ISIS and al-Qaeda still alive and operational, efforts underway by the U.S. military's Joint Special Operations Command and the CIA may give Trump an early opportunity... Read More

Russia Celebrates on the Eve of Donald Trump's Inauguration

(MOSCOW) — At a newly opened nightclub in the heart of Moscow, revelers celebrated on the eve of Donald Trump's inauguration.

On Friday, Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, and many Russians hope his pr... Read More

Ten Survivors Found in Rubble of Italy Hotel Buried by Avalanche: Reports

(FARINDOLA, Italy) -- Ten people were found alive Friday in the rubble of an Italian hotel that collapsed after being buried by an avalanche, according to local media reports.

A spokesman for the local fire department told reporters that 1... Read More

Four Detainees Transferred from Guantanamo on Last Full Day of Obama's Presidency

(NEW YORK) — On the final full day of the Obama administration, four detainees at the detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have been transferred to the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, leaving 41 detainees still at the facility that ... Read More

Three Dead, 20 Injured After Car Drives Through Pedestrians in Australia: Police

(MELBOURNE, Australia) — Police have apprehended a man they say deliberately drove into a crowd of pedestrians in one of Australia’s largest cities, killing three people and injuring at least 20.

“There is no further dang... Read More

Jerusalem Mayor Posts Video Praising Trump, Slamming Obama

(JERUSALEM) — With just hours left until Donald Trump assumes the presidency of the United States, Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat took to YouTube Thursday to post a video in which he praises Trump's support of moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem f... Read More

B-2 Bombers Strike ISIS Camps in Libya

(WASHINGTON) — U.S. officials confirm that two U.S. Air Force stealth B-2 bombers struck multiple ISIS camps in Libya 28 miles south of the city of Sirte Wednesday night. One official called the airstrikes "a huge success," with more than 80 IS... Read More

"Shark Tank" Star Enters Politics: 'People Want Different Kind of Leadership'

(NEW YORK) -- Kevin O'Leary, the former reality TV star who rose to fame on ABC's Shark Tank, explained on Good Morning America Thursday why he has decided to run for leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.

"You know,... Read More