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Whistleblowers: 'Russia's doping culture won't change'

Russian whistleblowers believe the IOC's failure to ban Russia from the Olympics will allow the nation to continue doping at future Games.

Hotter weather expected near blaze that killed 1

Firefighters are bracing for hotter weather and lower humidity in the area near Big Sur where a wildfire has destroyed 34 homes and killed a bulldozer driver working to contain the massive blaze

Individuals, agencies dodge blame as Freddie Gray case ends

Fourteen months after an arrestee's death prompted massive protests, spawned rioting and toppled the careers of the city's police commissioner and a Democratic mayor poised for re-election, no one will go to jail for the young, black man's fatal injuries

Biden to speak at vigil for slain Baton Rouge officers

Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch are scheduled to speak at a Baton Rouge vigil honoring the three law enforcement officers who were killed by a lone gunman during a shootout outside a convenience store

These Are The Most Interesting People We Met At The DNC

Two people at the Democratic National Convention made history.

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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Turkey Targets The Media In Latest Post-Coup Attempt Crackdown

It appears the government isn't done issuing arrest warrants in relation to the failed coup earlier this month.

Another survey points to Brexit fallout for Britain

A broad-based European Union survey shows economic sentiment has taken a battering in Britain in the wake of the country's vote to leave the bloc, but has remained resilient elsewhere in Europe

Feds investigate second fire at Florida mosque in 10 days

Investigators are looking for answers after fire broke out at a Florida mosque for the second time in 10 days

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.

Washington Post: Reporter barred from entering Pence event

The Washington Post says one of its reporters was barred from entering a campaign rally for Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence near Milwaukee

Trump Adviser Calls For All Muslims On Terror Watch List To Be Tagged

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani advocated on Wednesday for Muslims on the FBI's terror watch list to be electronically tracked.

New York settles with Zipcar over damage fees it charged

New York's attorney general has reached a settlement with Zipcar Inc. over vehicle damage fees charged to 5,000 members from 2011 through 2015

To reverse damage of sitting, take a brisk, hour-long walk

If you spend all day sitting, then you might want to schedule some time for a brisk walk _ just make sure you can spare at least an hour

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American Airlines plane lands safely despite engine flames

An American Airlines aircraft landed safely at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport despite a dramatic discharge of flames from one of the engines

Obama Thinks Hillary Is More Qualified Than Him (And Her Husband)

He ran against her in 2008 and worked with her in the White House. At the DNC, he made the case for putting her in the Oval Office.

Pope Francis falls during service

While holding Mass in Czestochowa, Poland, Pope Francis stumbled and fell. Members of clergy quickly came to his aid, and the service was not interrupted.

LG Electronics' profit up 19 percent on TV, appliance sales

edLG Electronics Inc. says its second-quarter net income jumped 19 percent thanks to strong sales of high-end TVs and home appliances that outweighed another quarterly loss in its handset business

Donald Trump: Russia hacking comments were 'sarcastic'

Donald Trump says he was only kidding when he appeared to encourage Russian intelligence agencies to find Hillary Clinton's thousands of deleted emails.

University of Louisville accepts president's resignation

University of Louisville trustees have accepted the resignation of embattled President James Ramsey, whose long tenure was dogged by scandal

Reagan shooter Hinckley will soon leave hospital for good

In as soon as a week's time, the only living man to have shot an American president could pack his bags and leave a Washington psychiatric hospital for the last time

Powerball's estimated jackpot hits $478 million

No one has matched the jackpot-winning numbers in Wednesday night's Powerball drawing, and the prize has increased to an estimated $478 million

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Obama Tears Up During A Presidential Farewell At The DNC

President Obama's speech was both a spirited endorsement of Hillary Clinton and an optimistic farewell.

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.

Mexico's Other Border Problem Might Be Its Biggest One

Activists accuse Mexico's Southern Border Program of failing to protect migrants from corruption and extortion by government officials.