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Pastor's sermon: "Violence will not have the last word"

Church leaders in rural Oregon town at forefront of healing process after campus killings

President Obama's New Ozone Regulation Pleases No One

The Obama administration has lowered the limit on ozone emissions, but the move has angered environmentalists and the manufacturing sector.

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Brooklyn Nets Owner Mikhail Prokhorov Demonstrated Crazy Dribbling Workouts

Brooklyn Nets majority owner Mikhail Prokhorov is in the process of eliminating the word "majority" from his title, working on a deal with Forest City Ratner to secure 100% of the team, which might be why he's so eager to leave a mark on his current core of players and coaches. And he definitely did that while leading his players dribbling exercises.

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NFL Week 4: Latest News, Scores And Injury Updates

Travel around the NFL for all of the latest Week 4 headlines.

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The Latest: Adrian Peterson finally breaks loose

The Latest on NFL Week 4: Adrian Peterson finally breaks loose for 48-yard touchdown

2015-16 NHL Pacific Central Preview

Sports Illustrated's Sarah Kwak breaks down the Central division headed into the 2015-16 NHL season.

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Wyoming sees first confirmed human case of rabies

Wyoming sees first confirmed, recorded case of human rabies in Fremont County woman

Aspen stands in Southwest suffering from fungal disease

Patches of aspen stands in Southwest suffering from disease causing brown, blotchy spots

Meet A Three-Tailed Lizard From Kosovo

Researchers found a blue-throated keeled lizard in Kosovo that had three tails. They say it's the first of its kind ever recorded.

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Why credit bureau Experian has data on T-Mobile customers

A look at Experian, the credit monitoring company at the center of the T-Mobile data breach

Exit poll: Portugal government likely re-elected

Exit poll: Portuguese government likely re-elected despite painful austerity policies

Bermuda whipped by weakening Hurricane Joaquin

Joaquin weakening as it passes Bermuda, buffeting UK territory with heavy winds, rain

Man arrested in freeway shooting in Phoenix suburb

Authorities make arrest in Phoenix-area freeway shooting, calling it isolated incident

Historic Rainfall Takes Its Toll on South Carolina

Heavy rainfall on the East Coast forced several states to declare states of emergency. Charleston, South Carolina, has received the brunt of it.

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Canucks Rookie Jake Virtanen Scores Goal with His Face

There are a number of different ways one can score a goal in hockey. But Vancouver Canucks rookie Jake Virtanen unintentionally scored one on Thursday in the most painful way possible. During Vancouver’s preseason game against the Edmonton Oilers, Yannick Weber launched an aggressive slap shot at the goal that went wide right, straight into the face of the Virtanen. Take a look at the ridiculous goal:

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Congratulations To 2015's World Class Scholars!

For the past 14 years, Mediacom has awarded over one million dollars in scholarships to high school students. We are proud to present this year's scholarship winners.

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Al Abrams, Motown Records' 1st press officer, dies at 74

Al Abrams, Motown Records' 1st press officer and promoter, dies of cancer at age 74

2015-16 NHL Pacific Central Preview

Sports Illustrated's Sarah Kwak breaks down the Central division headed into the 2015-16 NHL season.

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Again? Health care debate expands for 2016

From single government-run system to dismantling 'Obamacare,' health care debate broadens

Correction: Coral Bleaching story

Correction: Coral Bleaching story

McCain: Trump Doesn't Understand The Situation In Syria

CNN's Jake Tapper speaks to Republican Sen. John McCain about Syria and the GOP presidential candidates.

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Google officially becomes Alphabet

Google officially reorganizes under holding company Alphabet

Bernanke: Wall St execs should have gone to jail for crisis

Former Fed chief Bernanke says Wall Street executives should have gone to jail for crisis role

Oven suspected in Minneapolis fire that killed 3 children

3 children die after house fire in north Minneapolis; officials suspect oven used for heat

Historic South Carolina floods: Heavy rain, hundreds rescued

East Coast rain: Roads buckle, hundreds rescued from historic floodwaters in South Carolina