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The Latest: Mother of previously slain officer…

The mother of a Massachusetts police officer killed in the line of duty several months ago is speaking out about the latest fatal shooting of an officer

Chicago activist demands all footage from police…

An activist says he's asked Chicago Police for the body camera footage from all the officers at the scene where an officer fatally shot a man over the weekend

Police: Man killed was 'person of interest' in…

Authorities say a man being investigated in the killing of an Indian college student was fatally shot by Kansas City police after wounding three officers

Lebanon must investigate torture claims by actor…

The New York-based Human Rights Watch is calling on Lebanese authorities to investigate allegations of torture made by a well-known actor who was detained and later exonerated of charges of spying for Israel

Delaware prison building to be demolished after deadly riot

Delaware officials say they plan to demolish a state prison building where inmates staged a deadly riot and hostage-taking last year

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Deadly Nicaragua clashes continue

Ten more people have been killed during protests in Nicaragua, bringing the total to over 300.

A Diver Who Helped Rescue Thai Kids May Sue Elon…

British diver Vernon Unsworth, who was part of the team that recently rescued a Thai youth soccer team trapped in a cave, is considering legal action against Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk

This Water Tastes Like Wine But Contains No…

You know how magicians sometimes have a trick where they turn water into wine? Well, one company has decided to flip that concept on its head.

ACLU asks judge to slow deportations of reunified families

The American Civil Liberties Union is asking a federal judge to order the federal government to hold off one week on deporting reunified families that were separated at the border

'Credible fear' for US asylum harder to prove under Trump

The Trump administration has quietly made it harder for Central Americans fleeing gangs, drug smugglers and domestic violence to qualify for asylum in the United States

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Italy's Salvini doesn't exclude EU veto on Russia…

Italy's populist government is hoping to convince the European Union to lift sanctions against Russia but won't rule out using its veto if diplomacy fails

Fired worker argues pot use didn't violate company policy

A Massachusetts woman who was fired by a food services company for her recreational marijuana use says she was wrongfully terminated

Researchers Develop A Way To Test For Early…

Before now, brain deterioration could only be detected once a patient had died.

AP Analysis: Billionaires fuel powerful state…

Billionaires are influencing state education policy by giving money to state-level charter support organizations to sustain, defend and expand the charter schools movement across the country

Survey of economists: US sales and employment…

Survey of economists: US sales, employment and wages will likely grow over next 3 months

Trump's 2020 Campaign Already Has Big Warchest

President Trump told Piers Morgan last week that he "fully" intends to run for re-election in 2020. "I don't see anybody" who can beat me, Trump told Morgan in the Daily Mail interview. "They do not have the right candidate." Now the New York Times reports that new campaign finance...

US Naval Academy: New hair rules don't apply to…

A Navy rule change that lets servicewomen wear ponytails and other longer hairstyles won't apply to the U.S. Naval Academy

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World Cup afterglow gives France a sorely needed…

With the golden World Cup trophy in hand, France's victorious national team is returning home to a grand "Merci!" from a grateful nation that was sorely in need of a boost

Suspect in 1988 killing of Indiana girl, 8, appears in court

A judge has given prosecutors until Thursday to file formal charges against a man arrested in the 1988 slaying of an 8-year-old Indiana girl