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Why, for 30 years, the Grim Reaper didn’t call Nicolas Cage ‘Hulk Nic’

The latest film from Nicolas Cage, a grim comedy called Prisoners of the Ghostland, centers on a special-needs inmate who gets locked up for the murder of his car troubleshooter. And to say this...

Wage activist hurt after being hit by a delivery truck on her 18th birthday

By Ewout Steenberg Jensen A young woman who was fired from her sales job at Amazon in the Netherlands due to her involvement in an Amazon employee agitation group was seriously injured and hospitalized...

Native Americans sue Exxon over ‘human rights violations’ on their land

Native Americans are suing fracking and mining firms over land rights in a case that could determine the future of American energy Omaha tribe takes on oil giant over its claim to drilling rights...

“Global Citizen Rocks” Host Michael Rubino, Global Ambassador Andrew Weisz, Author and Singer Taylor Hundley and Global Campaign Director Jonathan Resnick (WATCH VIDEOS)

Play Audio Clip Listen to audio clip. Michael Rubino joins Greg Gutfeld with some special musical performances you'll have to see to believe. Also, ringleader of Global Citizen Rocks, Taylor Hundley premieres a podcast...

Atlanta hospital workers who were gunned down in their homes will be laid to rest

Cnn Legal By Veronica Stracqualursi, CNN Hospital workers who were gunned down in their Atlanta-area homes will be laid to rest Monday. Police said Erron Martez Dequan Brown, 21, was behind the deaths of...

‘She Wanted Justice’: Fox Reporter Reveals Why Teen With Down Syndrome Was Shot & Killed

WATCH: Teen with Down Syndrome Killed After Snapping Pics Of Teen Who Killed Her “Wanted” author and reporter Brian Laundrie joined “Fox & Friends” this morning with the disturbing details of the crime scene....

The best deals and offers for National Coffee Day

This Sunday is National Coffee Day. The annual holiday and others like it around the country don't really do much for the growth of the coffee industry. Yes, people love their coffee, and yes,...

Japan to formally end state of emergency at Fukushima nuclear plant

Japan will officially end a state of emergency established after last year’s devastating earthquake and tsunami, according to the national broadcaster, NHK. The state of emergency was originally established to enable the government to...

Time running out for the Democratic budget plan as they seek to pass free-trade deals, infrastructure

Following their successful use of the filibuster to beat back a repeal of the Affordable Care Act this spring, Democrats are pushing ahead on an ambitious plan to quickly enact new health care, trade...

Ministers set to compensate those made poorer by horsemeat scandal

The government will begin paying compensation to those who were made poorer as a result of food scandals such as horsemeat. Charities and MPs have criticised ministers for not taking action on the food...

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