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Kremlin responds to Mueller's indictments

A spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed Special Counsel Robert Mueller's indictments against Russian nationals and entities, saying there is no evidence the Russian government was involved in the meddling of the 2016 US election.

The Latest: Florida shooting suspect in brief…

Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz appears in court for a procedural hearing

NYPD Special Victims hunting for rapist of…

NYPD Special Victims hunting for rapist of 12-year-old girl three years after crime

Inmate in landmark Supreme Court case denied…

71-year-old Louisiana inmate whose case led to a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision on juvenile-offender sentences has been denied parole more than a half-century after he killed a sheriff's deputy at age 17

17 killed in garbage dump collapse in Mozambique

Mozambican media say at least 17 people died when heavy rains triggered the partial collapse of a huge mound of garbage in Mozambique's capital

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Shooting survivors on potential collision course…

Student survivors of the deadly Florida school shooting hope to become the face of a revived gun control movement and have been critical of President Donald Trump, whose election was strongly supported by the National Rifle Association

'Black Panther' Star Chadwick Boseman Covers…

Rolling Stone's Sexy new cover features Black Panther star, Chadwick Boseman. Buzz60's Natasha Abellard has the story.

'A nightmare': Banker tells tale of Latvian…

Allegations of corruption and Russian money laundering have come right to the front door of the powerful European Central Bank, which oversees monetary policy for 19 countries.

US postal worker found fatally shot in mail truck in Dallas

Dallas police: U.S. Postal Service worker found fatally shot inside a mail truck along busy highway, case being investigated as a homicide

Stocks extend global recovery, dividends up too

World stocks were set for a sixth session of gains on Monday, extending a recovery from a selloff sparked by fears of creeping inflation and higher borrowing costs. As Sonia Legg reports, global dividends also rose 7.7 percent to an all-time high of $1.25 trillion last year boosted by a buoyant world economy and rising corporate confidence.

The Latest: Latvian central bank chief is…

Latvian state TV say that the country's central bank chief has been released from detention on bail pending an investigation into suspected bribery.

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Teen accused of threatening school shooting arrested

Police have arrested a 13-year-old Missouri boy accused of threatening to shoot up a school with an AK-47 in a video posted on social media

US Skier Mikaela Shiffrin Drops Out Of Another…

Shiffrin dropped out of Wednesday's downhill race after the alpine combined event was moved up one day to Thursday.

The Mueller investigation: Who could be next?

Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's involvement in the 2016 election has yielded 18 indictments and two guilty pleas. Who could be next?

Israel successfully tests advanced missile defense system

Israel says it's successfully tested system capable of defending against ballistic missiles outside the atmosphere

Trump slams Oprah, calls her insecure

President Donald Trump described Oprah Winfrey as "very insecure" and accused her of being "biased and slanted" after an interview on CBS's "60 Minutes" that addressed his presidency.

APNewsBreak: Consumers Energy to stop burning…

APNewsBreak: CEO says Michigan-based Consumers Energy will stop using coal to generate electricity by 2040

They're FEMA's Elite Rescuers, Yet Some Do Little…

They're called the "national Swiss Army knife of emergency response," teams of highly trained first responders sent by FEMA across the US when disaster strikes. But when hurricanes pummeled Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico last summer, many of the thousands deployed via the agency's National Urban Search and Rescue program...

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Former AP photographer Max Desfor dies at 104

Max Desfor, former AP photographer who won Pulitzer for Korean War photos, dies at 104

Israeli settler leader says settlements grew rapidly in 2017

An Israeli settler leader says the number of settlers in the West Bank grew at nearly twice the rate of Israel's overall population last year

New York woman falls to her death out of fifth-floor window

Police are investigating the death of a woman who fell from a fifth-floor window of a Harlem housing development