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Shortly after the U.S. military said American service members were among those killed in an explosion during a routine patrol in Syria, Vice President Mike Pence declared the Islamic State "defeated" and its Caliphate "crumbled."
The U.S. military says a number of service members were killed in an explosion in Syria. It's the first instance of U.S. casualties since President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw troops from the country last month.
With shutdown negotiations deadlocked, the White House plans further meetings with rank-and-file lawmakers, as the Trump administration acknowledges the prolonged standoff is having a greater economic drag than previously thought.
Rihanna sues father over use of their last name for business; Jason Reitman to direct Ghostbusters sequel for summer 2020; Anne Hathaway says she understands why the Academy can't find a new Oscars host.
Here's the latest for Wednesday January 16th: British PM Theresa May faces no confidence vote; Graham says senators working on shutdown deal; More Senate hearings for William Barr; Big floating ice disk forms in Maine river.
Anne Hathaway, who co-hosted the Academy Awards in 2011, discusses why it's been difficult to find someone to host this year's ceremony after Kevin Hart dropped out.
Federal workers demonstrated against the partial federal government shutdown outside the Johnson Space Center in Houston on Tuesday. KTRK-TV in Houston reports that more than 60 people took part in the protest.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina says some Senate Republicans and Democrats are working together to try to end the partial federal government shutdown.
A spinning ice disk that is roughly 100 yards wide has formed in the Presumpscot River near Portland, Maine. Westbrook city officials say it's believed to have formed naturally in a part of the river where the current creates a whirlpool.
Scientists from NASA's New Horizons mission on Tuesday released the first stitched together animation of Ultima Thule, the most distant object ever explored by humans. The small, icy object is shown spinning end-over-end like a propeller.
The nation’s craft beer taps are running dry because of the partial government shutdown. The shutdown that began almost a month ago halted operations at the federal agency that regulates alcohol production and distribution.
Work has begun on a memorial that pays homage to thousands of rescue and recovery workers who labored in the ruins of the World Trade Center after the 9/11 attacks.
Highlights of Today in History: Start of Operation Desert Storm;Space Shuttle Columbia lifts off;Prohibition takes effect ;Shah of Iran flees into exile;musical "Hello Dolly" opens.
Teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District walked picket lines again Tuesday as administrators urged them to return to classrooms and for their union to return to the bargaining table.
U.S. Rep. Steve King has been making offensive comment for years, but only now is the Iowa Republican congressman facing intense criticism from his own party after he questioned why white supremacist ideology is offensive.