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OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma agrees to plead guilty in $8B opioid settlement

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma has agreed to plead guilty to three federal criminal charges as part of a settlement of more than $8 billion, Justice Department officials announced Wednesday.

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Barrett countered leading Dems' attempts to paint her as right-wing extremist with poise: experts

'It has been quite difficult for the antagonists on the committee to paint Barrett as threatening or radical'

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Trump’s tweet on US troops leaving Afghanistan by Christmas may hurt delicate talks with Taliban: officials

President Trump's sudden pronouncement that U.S. troops in Afghanistan “should” be home by Christmas will make the already sensitive negotiations with the Taliban more difficult, U.S. officials told Fox News on Thursday.

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California wildfires have buildings wrapped like 'a big baked potato' as over 4 million acres burn

As wildfire season in California surpasses over four million acres burn, officials are using unique ways to keep some structures safe from the flames.

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London officer shot dead while detaining suspect at station

A British police officer was shot dead inside a London police station early Friday while detaining a suspect, who also sustained a gunshot wound.

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Sharon Osbourne says granddaughter, 3, tested positive for coronavirus

The former reality star, 67, was able to appear on the show virtually -- as did fellow co-host Eve while Sheryl Underwood and Carie Ann Inaba were in the studio -- and opened up about her granddaughter's illness.

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Iran's Revolutionary Guard threatens retaliation for all involved in killing of Soleimani

The guard's website quoted Gen. Hossein Salami as saying, "Mr. Trump! Our revenge for martyrdom of our great general is obvious, serious and real."

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Trump awards Medal of Honor to military hero who freed more than 75 hostages in Iraq

President Trump presented the Medal of Honor Friday to U.S. Army Sgt. Major Thomas “Patrick” Payne for his heroics in a 2015 daring raid that rescued 75 ISIS hostages from a prison in northern Iraq, with Trump praising him as "one of the bravest men anywhere in the world."

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Trump appears to back claim suspected teen gunman acted in self-defense, rips 'left-wing political violence'

Ahead of his trip to Wisconsin, President Trump embraced the claim that the teenager accused of fatally shooting two protesters and injuring another in Kenosha last week was acting in self-defense – as he tore into Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and other Democrats and accused them of stoking “left-wing political violence.”

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Kenosha Police arrest 9 people in out-of-state cars carrying gas masks, fireworks

Kenosha police arrested nine people traveling in vehicles with out-of-state license plates Wednesday on suspicion of criminal conduct amid the civil unrest occurring in the city.

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Hurricane Laura brings tornado threat after Louisiana landfall, Lake Charles 'severely damaged'

Heavy rains and winds battered Louisiana Thursday morning as a weakening Hurricane Laura roared northward, threatening to spread further damage well inland after slamming the Lake Charles area.

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Hurricane Laura brings tornado threat after Louisiana landfall, Lake Charles 'severely damaged'

Heavy rains and winds battered Louisiana Thursday morning as a weakening Hurricane Laura roared northward, threatening to spread further damage well inland after slamming the Lake Charles area.

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Helicopter company in Kobe Bryant crash sues 2 air traffic controllers

The company operating the helicopter that crashed in January -- killing retired NBA star Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others -- is suing two air traffic controllers who it says are to blame for the accident, according to multiple reports.

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Russian dissident Alexei Navalny flown to Germany after suspected poisoning

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who fell into a coma after a suspected poisoning, was flown to Germany for treatment Saturday following a day-long standoff over whether he would be allowed to leave a Russian hospital.

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Joe Biden accepts Democratic presidential nomination, says Trump 'failed to protect America'

Joe Biden promised to restore the "soul of America" and deliver the nation from "darkness" as he accepted the Democratic nomination for president Thursday night, a crowning achievement in Biden's five decades in politics where he was counted out more than once.

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Fast-moving Northern California fire spares historic family-owned winery: 'It's a miracle'

Phil Sunseri thanked California firefighters Tuesday after they were reportedly able to save his family's 130-year-old Napa Valley winery from a fast-moving wildfire that came within feet of the business and destroyed at least one building on the property.

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Fast-moving Northern California fire spares historic family-owned winery: 'It's a miracle'

Phil Sunseri thanked California firefighters Tuesday after they were reportedly able to save his family's 130-year-old Napa Valley winery from a fast-moving wildfire that came within feet of the business and destroyed at least one building on the property.

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'Ellen DeGeneres Show' ‘parted ways’ with 3 executive producers in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations

Three executive producers are out at "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" after accusations of sexual misconduct and fostering a poor work environment.

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