2018-05-17 (151 Days Old)Total Views: 70 | Last 7 Days: 4
Michigan State University agreed to pay $500 million to settle claims from more than 300 women and girls who said they were assaulted by sports doctor Larry Nassar in the worst sex-abuse case in sports history, officials said.
FOX: Google Maps search ends in divorce after cheating wife found
BBC: First Minister 'optimistic' for new rail franchise despite tough start
BBC: Pearse Jordan: IRA man's family fails in new legal bid
Daily Mail: Video: Thirsty kitten! Cat rips through shower curtain to get to water
Daily Mail: Video: Woman demonstrates twerking skills to Julia Morris on Blind Date
Daily Mail: Low-flying Russian jet dumps tons of water on small fire and soaks bystander in astonishing video
Daily Mail: Unimpressed viewers brand Blind Date reboot as 'cringeworthy'
CNBC: Sears Holdings files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
CNBC: This Day in History, October 15, 2018
CNBC: Kinahan: Pay attention to what CEOs have to say about the impact of tariffs on their business
CNBC: Brexit uncertainty is a challenge for UK markets, analyst says
CNBC: Bank of America earnings: 66 cents a share, vs 62 cents EPS expected
CTV News: N.S. widower 'overwhelmed with joy' by thousands of birthday cards
CTV News: U.S. Sears files for Chapter 11 amid plunging sales, massive debt
CTV News: Turkey says joint 'inspection' planned at Saudi Consulate
Reuters: UPDATE 1-Carl Icahn reports 8.3 pct stake in Dell tracking stock
Reuters: UPDATE 1-Sandwich maker Greencore abandons U.S. ambitions with $1 bln disposal
Times of Israel: Israel arrests Palestinian suspected of shooting officer during home demolition
FOX: Top five 2018 Senate races to watch
FOX: What needs to happen to secure our border?
FOX: How are voters reacting to political ads in tight races?
FOX: National forecast for Monday, October 15
FOX: After the Buzz: DC archbishop quietly ousted