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Officials make case against parents accused of…

Prosecutors are making their case against a Southern California couple suspected of starving and shackling their children in a case that drew worldwide headlines

Suit dismissed over faulty gun check before…

A judge dismissed a lawsuit against the FBI for a faulty background check that allowed Dylann Roof to buy the gun he used to kill nine people in a racist attack at a South Carolina church

Convicted Republican businessman's company…

An Ohio telemarketing company whose Republican owner was convicted in a campaign finance probe has organized employees and suppliers in a retaliatory effort to bring down two prominent Democrats

The Latest: US says others must help in world…

The Trump administration says 'new actors' must step up to help in the global response to refugees

Former UVA student settles suit against ABC agents for $250K

A former University of Virginia student who filed a civil rights lawsuit after his 2015 arrest by alcohol-enforcement agents has received a nearly $250,000 settlement

'Of course Senegal will win the World Cup'

Senegal beat Poland 2-1 in their opening game of the World Cup, and one fan in Dakar thinks they can go all the way.

11 Best Foods For Your Immune System

Here are 11 of the best foods for your immune system

Daredevil Dives Off World's Highest Bungee Jump

Daredevil Callum Lewis was one of the first to dive off of the Zhangiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge in China, the new highest jump in the world. Tony Spitz has the details.

Trump says he'll be 'signing something' on…

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is drafting an executive action for President Donald Trump that would direct DHS to keep families apprehended at the border together during detention. Trump says he'll be signing something "in a little while."

Ohio schools can get aerial photos to augment safety plans

State crime lab in Ohio offers to use its drones to take free, aerial photos of schools that could help police if they had to respond to a shooting

Avocado - South Africa's green gold

South Africa's agricultural sector, which has been hit by a severe drought, is turning to the dark green-skinned avocado fruit, used in products ranging from food to face masks, as demand booms for the country's green gold. Kate King reports

Helpware: A tale of three 'ergonomic' mice

2 sentenced to prison for deaths of 3 kids in Michigan fire

Two people blamed for the deaths of three children in a Flint, Michigan house fire have each been sentenced to 18 to 36 years in prison

Bidding War For 21st Century Fox Continues…

There's a catch. Comcast really wants to merge with 21st Century Fox, too.

FTC puts data, privacy under spotlight with new…

The Federal Trade Commission says it is holding broad-based hearings about technology, competition and privacy of a kind it hasn't held in more than 20 years

The Latest: Flood warning, watches issued along…

Flood warnings and watches have been issued for counties on and near the Texas coast from the border to an area about 80 miles south of Houston

Lawsuit: Georgia is denying equal access for deaf…

A federal lawsuit accuses Georgia of not doing enough to accommodate deaf and hard of hearing people while they're in prison and after they're released