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NKorea expert: Trump seems open to a…

Bruce Klingner of the Heritage Foundation provides insight.

Funeral held for officer killed in Las Vegas…

Charleston Hartfield is honored by the Nevada National Guard during memorial service.

Court weighing whether graffiti mecca was…

Four years after a graffiti-covered warehouse complex was whitewashed in New York City, the street artists whose work was destroyed are getting their day in court

After years of influence, GOP kingmaker's future…

The indictment of South Carolina political strategist Richard Quinn could mean difficulties for his current client base, as well as a power vacuum for GOP presidential contenders hoping to make a play for this early voting state

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Transcript errors and omissions prolong Jodi…

Jodi Arias' case remains a headache for Arizona's court system long after her televised murder trial ended with her being sentenced in 2015 to life in prison

UK paper sorry for airbrushing out Solange…

Britain's Evening Standard newspaper has apologized to Solange Knowles for digitally altering an image of the singer on the cover of its magazine

Funeral starts for soldier at center of Trump…

Mourners fill a church in Florida to honor a U.S. soldier whose combat death in Africa led to a political fight between President Donald Trump and a Florida congresswoman

Rep. Tim Murphy Officially Out of Office

Rep. Tim Murphy, R-PA., officially left office today after resigning earlier this month. The congressman became embattled in scandal after he asked his mistress to terminate a pregnancy despite pushing public anti-abortion views.

Amazon Echo reviews are in

The biggest stories in tech from this week include reviews of Amazon's new Echo, Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL reviews and the discovery of a major security flaw in the widely popular WPA2 Wi-Fi protocol.

Can ballet help heal a community?

A new ballet tells the story of the aftermath of the racially-motivated Charleston church shooting.

The New York Times - 10 Minutes. 12 Gunfire…

From The New York Times: The shots began at 10:05. Twelve bursts of gunfire later, police broke down Stephen Paddock’s door at the Mandalay Bay. Using forensic analysis, The Times mapped 30 videos that show a vivid picture of what happened that night.By: By MALACHY BROWNE, DREW JORDAN, NICOLE FINEMAN and CHRIS CIRILLO. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2gVtaj6

Spain Takes Control of Catalonia, Pushing a…

For the first time in its nearly 40 years of democracy, Spain has acted upon Article 155, the provision in its constitution that permits it to revoke powers from autonomous regions during times of crisis.

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Paul Ryan shows off comedic chops roasting Trump

House Speaker Paul Ryan joked about President Trump at the 72nd Annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner on Thursday. The panel discusses.

Matthews: 50 years ago, the march on the Pentagon

Chris was there for the march with a crowd of over 70,000 protesting the war in Vietnam.

Harvey Weinstein Accusations: Will it Lead to a…

As Hollywood deals with the fallout from allegations of sexual assault by Harvey Weinstein, Kim Strassel, Heather McGee and Kasie Hunt discuss the implications for campuses and the halls of Congress.

KFC Follows Only 11 People on Twitter and it's…

KFC is selectively following 11 people on Twitter and one user was able to figure out its genuisness! Buzz60's Djenane Beaulieu (@djenanebeaulieu) has the scoop.

Spanish PM aims to take over Catalan govt…

The Spanish government wants to sack Catalonia's separatist leaders and call fresh elections with previously untapped constitutional powers to take control of the prosperous industrial region

The Latest: Fallen soldier's funeral begins in Florida

Mourners filled a Florida church for the funeral of a U.S. soldier whose combat death in Africa led to a political fight between President Donald Trump and a Florida congresswoman

Napa desperate for tourism dollars as fires burn…

With the wildfires of Napa County mostly contained, business owners are facing the daunting task of recovery and so far they say it's an uphill battle. Nathan Frandino reports.

Judge tosses $417M award against Johnson & Johnson

A Los Angeles judge has tossed out a $417 million jury award to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer by using Johnson & Johnson baby powder for feminine hygiene

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Wildfires plunge vineyard workers, owners into…

California wildfires plunge grape pickers, vineyard owners into same struggle to survive

Niger Ambush: Here's What We Know So Far

The Defense Department, U.S. Africa Command, the French military and the FBI are all looking into the attack.