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Quick Hits: Keystone, Tesla and Luke Skywalker
The Keystone Pipeline leaks more than 200K gallons of oil, Tesla unveils their electric semi-truck, and Mark Hamill surprises Star Wars fans at Disneyland.... these are your Top 30 Quick Hits.
Giant of the Senate: Al Franken Faces Allegations
"I respect women. I don't respect men who don't." So says Minnesota Senator Al Franken as he becomes the latest powerful figure to be at the receiving end of sexual misconduct allegations.
Royal Watch: Prince Harry's Beard
The Sun's Arthur Edwards chats with Richard about Prince William's struggle with fatherhood and Prince Harry's controversial beard.... it's all in this week's Top 30 Royal Watch.
House Republican Pass Tax Plan
With a 227-205 vote mostly along party lines, House Republicans passed their major tax reform plan: here's what you need to know. For more on the biggest news out our nation's capitol, check your local listings for new episodes of Top 30​!
FCC Looks to End Scams and Robocalls
Hate all the annoying robocalls you receive on your phone? The FCC has issued new rules that will hopefully mark an end to the scams.
Obama: An Intimate Portrait
During Barack Obama​'s 8 years in office, photographer #PeteSouza took more than 2 million photos. Now, in his new book, Souza shows some of the most tense, emotional and memorable snapshots from #Obama's Presidency.
Could GOP Tax Plan End Obamacare?
As part of the GOP's effort to overhaul the U.S. Tax Code, Senate Republicans have added a repeal of the Affordable Care Act's Individual Mandate to their plan. Is this how Republicans end Obamacare, or does this signal bad things for their tax plan?
Washington D.C.'s Creep List
In the wake of rampant harassment allegations throughout Hollywood, a "Burn Book" is going around our nation's Capitol of sexist politicians who prey on female lawmakers and staffers.
DACA Applications Lost in the Mail
Dozens of immigrants applying for deferred deportation have been denied because their paperwork arrived late... but is the post office to blame?
Quick Hits: UCLA, Mandalay Bay and Go Pros
#LiAngeloBall and two other #UCLA basketball players return home after a week under house arrest in China, #MandalayBay has to let employees go after decreased attendance, and the floor really is lava for this #GoPro engulfed in flames... these are your T
1.9 Billion Online Passwords Stolen
A new study by #Google and #Berkeley suggests 1.9 billion usernames and passwords are for sale on the blackmarket, and because people rarely change their logins from site to site, it's become easier than ever to hack into users' accounts online.
Top 30 Hometown: Minneapolis, New York and Tampa
In today's Hometown Stories we meet... • From Fox 9, Andrea Jenkins, who is the first transgender woman of color to be elected to a major city council seat. • From Fox 5, the organization VOTERUNLEAD, which trains women to run for elected office at al
Alabama Senate Race Shaken by Moore Allegations
Five women have now come forward alleging sexual misconduct, including assault of a minor, against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R). Moore is calling the allegations a conspiracy against him and is threatening to sue the Washington Post over what
Get Rid of your Social Security Number
After the privacy nightmares that were the Yahoo and Equifax data breaches, millions were left vulnerable. So what can we do to prevent further damage? Many business and political minds say the answer is to get rid of our social security numbers.
Ex-Facebook President Warns of the Dangers of Facebook
"God only knows what it's doing to our children's brains... it literally changes your relationship with society, with each other." That's just a taste of what Sean Parker had to say about the dangers of Facebook, the company he used to be President of