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Fake news ads are reportedly popping up on fact-checking websites

The New York Times reported that as recent as last week, these ads were found on sites like PolitiFact and Snopes.

Democrat facing felony charge quits House race

A Democratic candidate facing a felony charge of grand larceny has bowed out of the race to challenge Rep. John Faso, R-N.Y.

Transgender Wyoming woman convicted of sexually assaulting 10-year-old girl in bathroom

A transgender Wyoming woman was convicted Thursday of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl inside a bathroom.

Police seized washer, dryer and other items from missing Texas girl's home

Records show what items Richardson police are looking at as they continue to investigate the case of a missing girl.

Colorado State student, two others killed in shooting

Three people, including a female Colorado State University student, were killed in a shooting near the Fort Collins campus early Thursday.

John Kelly 'broken hearted' by Dem rep's attacks on Trump

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said Thursday he was “stunned” and “broken-hearted” after a condolence call President Trump made to the widow of a slain soldier turned into a public and political spectacle pitting the administration against a Democratic lawmaker.

Indiana pastor allegedly molested young girls he lured with candy

Officers with the Rushville Police Department arrested a pastor on child molestation charges following an investigation into sexual assault allegations at the Rushville Baptist Temple.

Unmarked school bus trying to pick up kids in Michigan

A Michigan school district put students and parents on alert Thursday after police received multiple reports of an unmarked school bus trying to pick up students.

Report: North Korean generals love anti-Trump MSNBC show 'Morning Joe,' watch it daily

NBC News foreign correspondent Keir Simmons reported Thursday that a North Korean lieutenant colonel he spoke to watches MSNBC's "Morning Joe" and believes President Donald Trump is "mentally ill."

Military families get surprise $1,300 grocery shopping spree

Ten military families in Idaho went on a $1,300 grocery shopping spree on Tuesday after Albertsons and Eckrich partnered together to thank the troops.

Halloween display depicting tombstones for Vegas victims taken down amid outcry

A Las Vegas homeowner’s decision to use Halloween decorations to pay honor to the 58 lives lost in the Oct. 1st Route 91 Harvest Music Festival is under controversy.

Shares of United Airlines tumble after 3Q financial report

Shares of United Airlines dropped more than 10 percent on Thursday after the carrier signaled that weak prices will continue the rest of this year.

Dem rep on Weinstein scandal: Women have ‘responsibility’ to watch their attire and behavior

A Democratic congresswoman suggested in a local TV interview that women bear a certain “responsibility” when it comes to sexual harassment, saying their attire and behavior can be “inviting.”