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Sweeping Changes Could Soon Be Coming To School LunchesNatalie Brand reports students could soon see more burgers and pizza on the menu.
Community Thwarts Kidnapping, Helps Recover GirlJohny Fernandez reports sharp-eyed motorists helped police find the suspected kidnapper just hours an Amber Alert for the girl was issued.
Senate Impeachment Trial Of President Trump Gets Underway TuesdayNatalie Brand reports Friday morning, President Trump added attorney Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr to his legal defense team.
Giuliani Associate Lev Parnas Drops Bombshell Accusations Against President TrumpNaomi Ruchim reports Lev Parnas says the administration was aware that he and Rudy Giuliani were pressuring Ukraine's president to investigate a political opponent.
Warren, Sanders Clash At Democratic DebateNaomi Ruchim reports the last four Democratic caucus winners have gone on to win the party's nomination, making it all the more important.
It May Be A Year Before Electricity Is Fully Restored To Puerto RicoDave Begnaud reports some residents are living outdoors because they're scared of the aftershocks.
Surveillance Video Of Jeffrey Epstein Jail Cell MissingMola Lenghi reports questions surrounding the jail cell death of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein are intensifying after important surveillance video was apparently *lost*.
Trump Mocks Democrats While Touting Killing Of Iranian GeneralMarc Liverman reports the House voted on measure to limit President Trump's war powers, the Senate will take up a similar measure next week.
Puerto Rico Continues To Struggle After Massive EarthquakeDavid Begnaud reports the earthquake knocked out one of the island's crucial electricity power plants.
Iran, U.S Appear To Dial Down Tension Following Missile StrikeSkyler Henry reports Congress wants a say in any military strike against Iran.
Hundreds Homeless After Earthquakes Rock Puerto RicoDavid Begnaud reports that residents fear the worst is yet to come.
President Trump Says There Were No US Casualties In Iran Missile AttacksSkyler Henry reports Trump announced new sanctions on Iran unless it changes its behavior.
State Of Emergency Declared In Puerto Rico After Two Days Of EarthquakesLisa Mateo reports the latest struck just before dawn as a magnitude 6-point-4 cutting power to the entire island.
Earthquake Shakes Puerto RicoThe 5.8 magnitude quake caused landslides and power outages.
Harry Weinstein's Long Awaited Criminal Trial UnderwayNaomi Ruchim reports the disgraced Hollywood mogul is charged with sexually assaulting two women.
NYPD Investigators What Appears To Be Another Anti-Semitic AttackHilary Lane reports it marks more than a dozen attacks on Jewish People in New York City alone since December 23rd.
Amid Rising Tensions With Iran, US Military Beefing Up Presence In The Middle EastNatalie Brand reports the Pentagon has deployed 750 soldiers from the 82nd Airborne to the Middle East. An additional three thousand are on alert and preparing to deploy.
Protests Erupt Outside US Embassy In BaghdadNaomi Ruchim reports the thousands of demonstrators are angry about recent US airstrikes.
Final Preps Underway For New Year's Eve In Times SquareMola Lenghi reports security preparations for the New Year's Eve celebration in Times Square is a year long process.
2019 A Year To Remember: Top Political StoriesNatalie Brand reports 2019 was a year of historic political events culminating with the impeachment of President Trump by the House of Representatives.
World Rings In New Year .Laura Podesta reports thousands are expected to pack New York's Times Square to ring in 2020.
Texas Church Members Killed Gunman Who Opened Fire During A ServiceLaura Podesta reports two church members were killed in the shooting.
Lawmakers Are Strategizing Ahead Of Senate Impeachment TrialNatalie Brand reports House Speaker Nancy Pelosi maintains that she needs to see the rules for the trial before she released the two articles of impeachment.
Snowstorm Shuts Down Highways In Southern CaliforniaMarc Liverman reports while California dealt with snow, other parts of the country saw record high temperatures.

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