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(Undated) -- Officials in Jordan say they are willing to trade a would-be suicide bomber for a Jordanian pilot being held by ISIS. There are rumors of a possible deal after a Jordanian official said his country is ready to release the woman bomber if ISIS lets the pilot go. The...
(Undated) -- Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby continues to deny that charges have been or will be brought to Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl. Kirby tells Fox News' "Fox and Friends" no decision has been made in the matter. Fox News and NBC News have both reported that Bergdahl...
(Undated) -- People who work from home are often more productive than those who work in an office. That's according to Stanford University researchers, who found that employees are 13 percent more productive than office workers. Reasons for increased productivity included less...
(Pike Co., PA) -- Accused cop killer Eric Frein is due to appear in a Pennsylvania court by video tomorrow. Frein will be formally arraigned on the charges against him. Tuesday, the Pike County District Attorney filed a notice of intent to seek the death penalty against Frein...
(Undated) -- A Baltimore man's petition to disqualify the New England Patriots from the Super Bowl over "Deflategate" is gaining steam. Scott Latshaw wants the AFC Championship Game to be replayed by the two teams the Pats knocked out - the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis...
(Undated) -- Mortgage applications are down this morning. The Mortgage Bankers Association reports the latest weekly applications fell three-point-two percent, after taking big jumps the past two weeks. A slight uptick in interest rates is tamping down applications. The average...
(New York City) -- Investors are hoping Microsoft shares recover a bit today after their biggest decline in 15 years. Shares of the software company closed down nine-point-two-percent Tuesday, costing over 34-billion dollars in stock value. The percentage drop made Microsoft the...
(New York, NY) -- Jimmy McMillan, the rent is "too damn high" politician, is about to get evicted from his New York City apartment. He made a name for himself by complaining about the rent while running for governor and mayor and being spoofed on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" by...
(Undated) -- Facebook is stealing a page from Twitter's playbook during the Super Bowl. The website announced today that it would sell ads in real-time, targeting people based on trending topics. The ads will be featured in users' newsfeeds and triggered by key words used in...