BOSTON (Reuters) - A plastic version of comic-book superhero Wonder Woman's sword and a Spider-Man drone showed up as villains on a U.S. child safety advocacy group's annual list of potentially...



Latest News

Jpost: Pride, partnership and pluralism

Haaretz: Israeli startup that scrambles electronic images to foil hackers raises $4 million

Haaretz: Vice presidential throw-down: Is Pence really a better friend to Israel than Biden?

WashingtonPost: Office Plants and Beer Specials : the government closed and things got weird.

Los Angeles Times: Morgan Freeman confirms it was Lily Tomlin who interrupted his SAG Awards speech

Los Angeles Times: Healthcare deals fire up as drug giants face price pressure

USA Today: Fans Behaving Badly: Pats, Eagles bring out worst in fans

USA Today: Vonn alters schedule to add last-minute testing for Olympics

USA Today: Fran McCaffery's son burns Iowa critics on Twitter

USA Today: Another fan punches police horse outside Eagles' stadium

USA Today: 15 things under $10 on Amazon you didn't know you needed

USA Today: Trump on deal to lift government shutdown: 'I am pleased that Democrats have come to their senses'

Daily Mail: Alexis Sanchez joins Manchester United as Henrikh...

Daily Mail: US government to reopen after Republicans pledge to act...

Daily Mail: Internet companies are enabling paedophiles - police chief

Times of Israel: Pence defends Trump on ‘shithole’ countries remark

WashingtonPost: The Megyn Kelly-Jane Fonda drama, explained

FOX: FOX411's snap of the day

ABC: Pennsylvania court throws out congressional boundaries

Daily Mail: Gemma Arterton attends Christian Dior Haute Couture show

NBC New York: Eagles Fans Celebrate After Super Bowl Berth

Reuters: UPDATE 3-Soccer-United sign Sanchez from Arsenal in swap deal for Mkhitaryan

Reuters: Wall St. touches records as Senate deals to end shutdown