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  • 7:13am Dec 05, 2019

    You'll Have To Wait For Official Baby Yoda Toys

    Disney's popular "Baby Yoda" character from The Mandalorian is getting his own official toys, but they're not available until next year. Meanwhile, fans are taking matters into their own hands.
  • 5:07am Dec 05, 2019
    Science Science Environment

    Why Freshwater Mussels Are Dying

    A mysterious die-off of freshwater mussels has biologists scrambling to figure out a cause. Freshwater mussels are critical to river ecosystems and to U.S. water supplies.
  • 5:07am Dec 05, 2019
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    Trump Calls Trudeau 'Two-Faced' Over Video Comments

    President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau got into a dust-up at NATO after Trudeau was caught on a hot mic gossiping about Trump. Trump then called him "two-faced."
  • 5:07am Dec 05, 2019
    World News World News

    View From Ukraine On Impeachment

    Ukraine's attempts to distance itself from the impeachment process hit a snag on Wednesday, when U.S. and local media reported that President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani had returned to Kyiv.
  • 5:07am Dec 05, 2019
    World News World News

    Doctors Respond To Measles Outbreak In Samoa

    A measles outbreak in the Pacific island nation of Samoa has left more than 60 people dead, mostly children. Alan Wright of the New Zealand Medical Assistance Team talks about the situation.
  • 5:07am Dec 05, 2019

    'In Desperate Need Of Pies'

    The Honey Baked Ham store in Missouri was closed but police were called when someone found a note with cash: "No one was here, and we were in desperate need of pies."