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Speaking at the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Indianapolis, Hillary Clinton took several swipes at Donald Trump.
Thousands marched in New York's Pride Parade amid increased security and tributes to the Pulse nightclub massacre victims.
Nine children and two adults were injured after a roller coaster derailed and fell off the tracks at an amusement park in Scotland Sunday.
"Abraham Lincoln wouldn't have said yes to that question," he said. "Harry Truman wouldn't have said yes to that question."
A Virgin America flight en route to Los Angeles from Newark was diverted Saturday night to Denver after a man on board started acting strangely.
Donald Trump's campaign manager argued that he is "confident" Trump's run for president is not behind Hillary Clinton's.
A senior Iraqi commander declared that the city of Fallujah was "fully liberated" from Islamic State group militants on Sunday.
The leader of Britain's main opposition party was facing an open revolt Sunday as political turmoil continued to grip the U.K.
The trio punched out a jail window and used a blanket to get over barbed wire in Friday's early morning escape.
Three men, including one who was armed with a handgun, stole Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett's Mercedes and his wallet early Saturday, police said.
Half of Americans remain wary that the government will overstep its bounds in restricting gun rights.
The wildfire burning just south of California's Sierra Nevada mountains has scorched 37,000 acre of land and destroyed 150 homes so far.
The new ad is the second released showcasing Trump's comments at his Scotland golf course following the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union.
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In alien conspiracy theorist circles, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is being hailed as the "E.T. candidate."
Far from the corridors of Congress, where virtually any kind of gun legislation is dead on arrival and the gridlock has turned into political theater,
After serving meals to the needy for more than three decades, Episcopal Community Services recently switched to the restaurant model of waiting on gue