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Russian official warns Trump administration against military intervention in Venezuela

Russian official warns Trump administration against military intervention in Venezuela

A top Russian official warned the Trump administration against military intervention in Venezuela, saying it would create a "catastrophic scenario."
European Human Rights Court orders Italy to pay $20,000 in damages to Amanda Knox

European Human Rights Court orders Italy to pay $20,000 in damages to Amanda Knox

Knox said in her complaint that the failure to provide her with a lawyer or interpreter during a long night of questioning on Nov. 6 violated her rights.
An American is detained or goes missing abroad. What happens next? Call President Trump?

An American is detained or goes missing abroad. What happens next? Call President Trump?

Their stories all share the same heart-wrenching core: an American gone missing in a foreign country, their families left feeling helpless.
European Human Rights Court orders Italy to pay damages to Amanda Knox

European Human Rights Court orders Italy to pay damages to Amanda Knox

Knox said in her complaint that the failure to provide her with a lawyer or interpreter during a long night of questioning on Nov. 6 violated her rights.
North Korean state media: Kim orders preparations for second summit with Trump

North Korean state media: Kim orders preparations for second summit with Trump

State media said Kim expressed satisfaction with his envoy’s meeting with Trump and spoke highly of the U.S. president.
Anti-Maduro demonstrations turn violent in Caracas

Anti-Maduro demonstrations turn violent in Caracas

Large crowds of protesters gathered in Caracas waving flags and chanting "Get out Maduro" in what was shaping up to be the largest demonstration since a wave of unrest that left more than 120 dead in
U.S. recognizes Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido as president; Russia backs Maduro

U.S. recognizes Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido as president; Russia backs Maduro

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president in a speech Wednesday before masses of anti-government demonstrators.
U.S. recognizes Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president

U.S. recognizes Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president in a speech Wednesday before masses of anti-government demonstrators.
Moscow arrest of American on spy charges eerily similar to the 1986 case against U.S. reporter Nick Daniloff

Moscow arrest of American on spy charges eerily similar to the 1986 case against U.S. reporter Nick Daniloff

Both were handed materials they thought were innocuous photos or clippings but were purportedly classified.

The US fails to make the top 5 in the annual 'best countries' ranking

It turns out we might need to do something to make America great again. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

You could win this mansion with just $25 and an essay

If you have been dreaming of living in a million dollar home but lack the million dollars, you could be in luck! Keri Lumm shares the $25 dollar contest that could result in a mansion.

Weird dating trends to watch out for in 2019

If you’re looking to start the new year in a new relationship, make sure you know how the game has changed. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.
How close are we to Doomsday? We'll find out Thursday.

How close are we to Doomsday? We'll find out Thursday.

Does anybody really know what time it is? Well, yes: The folks who keep track of the "Doomsday Clock," and they'll let us know Thursday.
Russia rolls out new missile that US says violates nuclear arms pact

Russia rolls out new missile that US says violates nuclear arms pact

The U.S. claim that the new RTussian missile violates a key nuclear arms pact.

U.S. students, Native American confront each other after rally

A diocese in Kentucky apologized on Saturday after videos emerged showing students from a Catholic boys' high school mocking Native Americans outside the Lincoln Memorial after a rally in Washington,
Family of accused spy Paul Whelan 'certain he was entrapped' by Russians

Family of accused spy Paul Whelan 'certain he was entrapped' by Russians

A Russian judge refused to release American Paul Whelan on bail, ruling his arrest last month in a Moscow hotel room on charges of spying was legal.

1,029 Beagles just set a Guinness World Record

A group of Beagles beat out some Yorkshire Terriers to take the Guinness World Record for the largest single-breed dog walk. Keri Lumm reports.
Colorado 'virgin' arrested over alleged threat to kill 'many girls'

Colorado 'virgin' arrested over alleged threat to kill 'many girls'

A man who allegedly threatened to kill as “many girls” as he saw because he was a virgin has been arrested.
Russian judge denies bail for accused US spy Paul Whelan

Russian judge denies bail for accused US spy Paul Whelan

A Russian judge refused to release American Paul Whelan on bail, ruling his arrest last month in a Moscow hotel room on charges of spying was legal.

China: US must drop extradition efforts for Huawei's Meng Wanzhou

China is demanding the U.S. drop a request that Canada extradite a top executive of the tech giant Huawei.