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Anger grows as Puerto Rico misses power restoration deadline

Union leaders representing Puerto Rico power company workers are criticizing local and federal officials as the U.S. territory missed a deadline to restore 95 percent of power as promised by the island’s governor.

Man gets 45 years for girlfriend’s bubble wrap suffocation

A South Carolina man who prosecutors say killed his girlfriend by suffocating her with bubble wrap has been sentenced to 45 years in prison.

Donald Trump: ‘It’s a Shame What’s Happened with the FBI’

President Donald Trump speaks to reporters before leaving the White House in Washington, Friday, Dec. 15, 2017, for a trip to Quantico, Va., to attend the FBI National Academy graduation ceremony. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)
President Donald Trump promised to rebuild the FBI on Friday, saying it was “sad” to see the documents detailing political bias from senior officials.

Michigan woman says video shows police officer slammed her to ground

A woman alleges police in southern Michigan slammed her onto the ground and knocked her unconscious while handcuffed at a jail in an incident captured on video.

What the ‘net neutrality’ rollback means to you

Now that the federal government has rolled back the internet protections it put in place two years ago, the big question is: What does the repeal of “net neutrality’ rules mean to you?

US investigators target Florida-based fake marriage scheme

U.S. authorities say they’ve broken up a fraudulent marriage scheme linking Americans with partners from countries that once were part of the Soviet Union.

Trump Speaks At FBI Graduation After Trashing ‘Worst In History’ Reputation

He promoted anti-immigration and tough-on-crime policies.

Stolen Valor: Man Fraudulently Poses as Green Beret to Worm Way into New York Society

A New York man who served in the army for only eight years as a driver far from any battle zone is accused of taking on the fraudulent mantle of a 25-year veteran Green Beret with a chest full of medals. The deception was designed to help him worm his…

Rodman: Kim Jong-Un Doesn’t Want War — ‘He’s Changed So Much for the People’

Kim Jong Un and Dennis Rodman discuss the issues of the day. (KCNA/AFP/GETTY IMAGES)
Wednesday on “The Late Show,” NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman opened up about his visits with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, saying the dictator has “changed” and does not want war. “He said, ‘I don’t want war,’” Rodman recalled from one of his recent visits with Kim Jong-un. “He sounds like he’s more of a kid than anything,” he added. “I think he really wants to change his culture, but I think he’s forced to be in this position because every time I go over there he’s changed so much for the people. And people don’t see that.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent

Actresses to Wear All Black at Golden Globes to Protest Hollywood Sex Abuse

Female actresses attending this year’s Golden Globes ceremony are reportedly planning to wear only black in protest of the widening sexual abuse scandal that has engulfed Hollywood this year.