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4 dead in medical plane crash

A medical transport plane crashed in northern California killing two nurses, the pilot and a patient onboard.

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Dunes pavilion work stoppage not expected to delay opening

A state Department of Natural Resources official and a developer who plans to refurbish and privatize a pavilion at Indiana Dunes State Park say an order by the National Park Service to stop work on the project is temporary

Powerball $478 million jackpot is nation's 8th largest

Powerball players have a shot at the nation's eighth-largest lottery jackpot, but they should keep in mind that their dreams of riches likely won't become a reality

John Hinckley's return to normalcy has been years in making

Life for the man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan 35 years ago has progressively become more normal as he prepares to permanently live with his mother

Trump Is Starting To Agree With Calls To 'Lock Up' Clinton Over Emails

At a Colorado rally, Donald Trump said he was tired of playing "Mr. Nice Guy."

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Man Pulled Over with 2,000 Pounds of Rice in Minivan

A man in the UK was pulled over when his van looked like it was overweight. It was, it was full with close to a ton of rice. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Does Violence In Kashmir Mean A Medicine Shortage?

Violence has recently surged in disputed Kashmir. But volunteers and the government are on opposite sides about whether there's enough medicine.

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Security suddenly boosted at Amsterdam's Schipol Airport

Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport is boosting its security in a move authorities have linked to the "national threat level," snarling traffic as military police checked cars coming to drop passengers off

A look at state flag-protection laws

Burning and other acts of destruction aimed at the United States' flag are protected by the U.S. Constitution as forms of free speech, but most American states have state laws declaring them illegal

The 'Corpse Flower' Smells Like Rotting Flesh and is Blooming in NYC

A planed dubbed 'The Corpse Flower' earned its name because it smells like rotting flesh when it's in bloom. New York City is about to experience it. Gillian Pensavalle (@GillianWithaG) has more.

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Affluent Kansas City suburbs at center of political backlash

Small-government Republican conservatives face a political backlash in Kansas because of the state's budget problems and battles over education funding

The US Navy Is Honoring Gay Rights Activist Harvey Milk

Milk, the first openly gay elected official in a major U.S. city, served in the Navy.

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Former governor, WWII ambassador to Britain getting his due

Years after he faded into obscurity, former governor and ambassador John Gilbert Winant is getting his due

Some 100 aircraft from 9 countries stage airshow in Romania

Some 100 military and civilian airplanes and helicopters from nine countries have begun daring air exercises at an airshow in the Romanian capital

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States' flag-burning laws unconstitutional, but persist

The U.S. Supreme Court has said flag-burning is a protected form of free speech, but an Associated Press analysis found that at least 40 states have similar laws, which occasionally lead to arrests

Another Woman Has Come Forward With Allegations Against Roger Ailes

A new report about Laurie Luhn comes after Ailes' resignation from Fox News earlier this month.

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Pope Francis makes historic visit to Auschwitz

Delia Gallagher provides a live report on the Pope's visit to Auschwitz.

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What's troubling athletes arriving in Rio? No 'Pokemon Go'

As though Zika threats and polluted waters aren't giving Olympic athletes and visitors enough to worry about, they are arriving in Rio to discover ... they can't play "Pokemon Go." The game has spread like wildfire, but it isn't available in Brazil yet

How close are Russia and Trump?

Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump have exchanged many compliments but are there real links between the two? CNN's Drew Griffin looks at the ties between Russia and Trump.

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Former KKK member convicted in deadly bombing up for parole

A one-time Ku Klux Klan member convicted in a church bombing that killed four black girls is up for parole in Alabama

FBI: Woman robbed Wyoming bank to return to prison

Federal authorities say a woman who was recently released from prison in Oregon robbed a bank in Wyoming only to throw the cash up in the air outside the building and sit down to wait for police

AP PHOTOS: A selection of pictures from the past week

PHOTO GALLERY: A Kashmiri girl tries to step around barbed wire; Pope Francis walks through the gate at Auschwitz; the parents of fallen Baton Rouge police officer Brad Garafola weep after they are presented with a flag during funeral services

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Democrats Might Have Another Hack On Their Hands

The U.S. Department of Justice is now looking into a possible hack on Hillary Clinton's campaign.

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Monkeys Destroy Voter Lists in Thailand

Ahead of a referendum monkeys got into a polling station and destroyed voter lists. Thankfully everything should be back to normal before the vote actually happens. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Chernobyl May Produce Energy Again, But This Time It Will Be Clean

Chernobyl's idle land may be used as a solar energy farm.

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