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Emma Gonzalez questions NRA spokeswoman

At a CNN town hall following the Parkland school shooting, survivor Emma Gonzalez presses National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch on the NRA's stance on banning the purchase of semi-automatic and fully automatic weapons.

Crews used boats to help residents amid Midwest…

Crews are using boats to help northern Indiana residents amid flooding from melting snow and heavy rain moving across the Midwest

Foes blast Trump on offshore drilling; industry…

Environmental activists, business groups and a retired U.S. Navy admiral have lambasted the Trump Administration's offshore drilling plan in Virginia

Billy Graham went from tent revivals to the White…

The Rev. Billy Graham, dead at 99, achieved a level of influence and reach no other evangelist is likely ever to match.

US Embassy in Montenegro warns of active security situation

US Embassy in Montenegro warns Americans of security situation, reports say someone hurled a grenade then killed himself

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Highlights in the Rev. Billy Graham's life

Highlights in the Rev. Billy Graham's life

Red Wine Toothpaste May Eventually Help You Fight…

A scientific study says a chemical found in red wine may help with oral health. Before you reach for the cabernet, TC Newman has more information!

Republican congresswoman: Many mass murderers are…

Republican congresswoman says 'many' people who commit mass murder are Democrats, but she offers no evidence; Democratic challenger calls her comments 'disgusting' and 'toxic'

Charges: Minneapolis father beat, raped twin daughters

A 51-year-old Minneapolis man is accused of beating his mentally disabled twin daughters, raping them and chaining them to a bedroom door in a case described as torture.

Greek parliament to probe 10 politicians over…

Greece's parliament voted early Thursday following a marathon 20-hour session to investigate 10 senior politicians, including two former prime ministers, over allegations they were involved in a pharmaceutical bribery scandal

Police corruption trial over, but investigators…

A trial exposing a wildly corrupt Baltimore police unit may have concluded in a courtroom, but federal and police investigators are still digging into possible offshoots of the case

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The Southern Poverty Law Center Says White…

The SPLC's new "Year in Hate" report identifies 954 active hate groups in the U.S.

Fergie's anthem performance raises eyebrows

Singer Fergie delivered a sultry rendition of the National Anthem at the star-studded NBA All-Star Game, which took many by surprise.

Why Apple Is Reportedly Looking Into Mining…

Apple might have a battery problem on its hands. No, not that one . Apple needs cobalt for its iPhone batteries, but experts fear a potential shortage of the metal with the proliferation of electric vehicles, which require over 1,000 times more cobalt for their batteries than do smartphones. Bloomberg...

Survivor presses NRA rep on automatic weapons

At a CNN town hall following the Parkland school shooting, National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch is pressed on the NRA's stance on banning the purchase of semi-automatic and fully automatic weapons.

California transit agency releases video of fatal…

A Northern California transit agency has released a video recording showing one of its officers fatally shooting a man who was fighting with another man

Students across US walk out of class to protest…

Students at high schools across US stage walkouts to protest gun violence like last week's deadly Florida school shooting; they say politicians haven't acted

GOP leaders request hold on Pennsylvania…

Republican leaders of Pennsylvania Legislature ask US Supreme Court to put on hold new state congressional district map viewed as likely to help Democrats

Mystery cloaks Japanese dad of 13 born from Thai…

A wealthy Japanese man who has won sole legal custody of his 13 children born from surrogates in Thailand is virtually anonymous in his home country

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Louisiana ordered to pay $154K over blocked marriage law

A federal judge has ordered the state of Louisiana to pay more than $150,000 in fees and costs to attorneys for a man who successfully challenged a law that prevented him and other foreign-born U.S. citizens from getting married