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From the lows of losing a child and considering packing up your clubs, to the highs of having a healthy baby and earning a European Tour card, it’s been a testing 18 months for Scotland’s David Law

China’s top leadership is likely to hold the annual policymaking Central Economic Work Conference next weekThe meeting of the mainland’s top leadership will decide what Beijing will do to keep growth on track amid the trade war truce with the United States

A few buildings were evacuated and everyone at the company is safe, according to Facebook officials; threat has been deemed safe

Misplaced identity plagues people in general, and far too many Christians. We need to be reminded who we are in Christ — and who we are not.

Christmas Eve is less than a month away. Most churches have some type of Christmas Eve services, but we are seeing clear trends in how churches approach them.

You know Bad Bunny the musician, but he's slowly adding fashion guru to his already impressive resume. Check out his best looks here.

LOS ANGELES—With well-groomed hair, symmetrical facial features, and appealing anatomical proportions, a new attractive person captured the nation’s interest this week, joining the ranks of all others who are considered extremely good-looking and deserving of widespread attention.

One week after stirring up controversy on the Senate side of Capitol Hill, CIA Director Gina Haspel will brief House leaders Wednesday concerning what U.S. intelligence knows about the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, three people familiar with the briefing tell NBC News. The Khashoggi briefing, the report said, comes amid growing questions about the Trump administration's response to the killing and President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner's relationship with Saudi Crown Prince

NASA's new Mars lander has taken a selfie from above, using a camera on its long robotic arm.

Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of China’s Huawei Technologies who is facing U.S. charges related to an alleged sanctions violations with Iran, was granted bail by a Canadian court Tuesday after diplomatic pressure from China, The Washington Post reported. Meng, 46, will await her extradition hearing from one of her two multimillion dollar Vancouver homes, watched over by a private security firm as well as an electric tracker and several of the city’s residents who provided real estate

Nearly 40 community members gathered for a holiday do-over at the Minneapolis Police Fourth Precinct station.

Scientists are seeing surprising melting in Earth's polar regions at times they don't expect, like winter, and in places they don't expect, like eastern Antarctica.

A recent commentary in the Star Tribune by Curtis Dahlin argues that the new national traveling exhibit “States of Incarceration” contains misleading information, but MNHS stands by our community partners. This exhibit is based on sound scholarship created by university students, local community organizations, and facts. Native American voices serve as a lens through which the story of mass incarceration is told.

The Gophers are expected be without at least six players for the Quick Lane Bowl due to disciplinary action taken by the team for a violation of team rules, according to reports from Star Tribune and Pioneer Press.

Blake Cashman cited injury concerns and future football prospects in his decision to sit out the Quick Lane Bowl. 

Prepare to be amazed at how signing one legal release form utterly changes the way these regular people look!

Coming off of EA's Star Wars cancellation, the veteran designer sits down with GameDaily to outline all the possibilities ahead, including VR, linear media, and games for people who aren't typical gamers.

Trump has labored mightily to restore coal to the prominence it enjoyed in the first half of the 20th century. But neither policymakers nor energy companies are following his lead.

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WASHINGTON—Sweating profusely, scratching anxiously at their arms, and sniffing loudly while glancing around and rubbing their eyes vigorously, the visibly strung-out population of the United States demanded Tuesday that President Trump tell them the exact location or locations where drugs are pouring into the country. “Yo, don’t hold out on us here, just let us know where we can find the stuff. You said the country…