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10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know for Today: At least 10 U.S. sailors missing after the USS John S. McCain collides with a tanker east of Singapore; Tributes flood social media in wake of comedian Jerry Lewis's death.

Battling demons in a community looking to Trump…

Residents battle addiction in a desperate community looking to Trump for change.

Stone Mountain poses another test for Confederate…

Stone Mountain, like a Mt. Rushmore of the Confederacy, poses another test for Confederate symbols

Search under way for 10 US sailors missing after…

USS John McCain collided with an oil tanker near Singapore

President Trump to address the nation on…

Gen. Anthony Tata provides insight

UK promises to prosecute online hate crimes vigorously

British prosecutors are promising to prosecute hate crimes as vigorously online as in person

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Florida deputies shoot, injure woman who pointed gun at them

A sheriff's deputy shot and wounded a Florida woman who had barricaded herself in her home

The best cheap phones you can buy today

Every phone on this list costs less than $300.

The village in Nepal cut off by floods

Aid agencies are warning of a humanitarian crisis following recent flooding.

The New York Times - Studio Visit | Cai Guo-Qiang

From The New York Times: A day with the artist at his Frank Gehry-designed country compound.By: By JASON SCHMIDT. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2vO7GwC

Flashback: Trump Says He'd 'Negotiate Like Crazy…

In a 1999 interview on Meet the Press, Donald Trump described how he would handle North Korea if he was elected president.

Texting And Walking Could Soon Be Illegal In This…

A new proposal could put an end to 'distracted walking.' Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

US and S. Korean troops start drills amid N…

U.S. and South Korean troops have begun annual drills that come after tensions rose over North Korea's two intercontinental ballistic missile tests last month

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University of Texas removes Confederate statues

The University of Texas President Greg Fenves has ordered the removal of statues of Robert E. Lee and other prominent Confederate figures from a main area of campus, calling such monuments "symbols of modern white supremacy and neo-Nazism."

World shares mostly down ahead of key central…

World stocks are mostly lower as joint U.S. and South Korean military drills keep markets on edge and investors await a key meeting of central bankers later this week

Police: Boy burned when bug spray rolls into fire, explodes

Police in Massachusetts say a young boy suffered serious burns to his legs when a can of bug spray rolled into a campfire and exploded

'The Hitman's Bodyguard' Kills Box-Office Hopes…

Despite a score on the low end of the Tomatometer, "The Hitman's Bodyguard" scored high marks where it counts: the ticket counter.

Tech companies continue efforts to banish…

Tech companies continue efforts to banish extremist accounts

Northwestern prof, Oxford worker to stay jailed…

A former Northwestern University professor and an Oxford University employee accused of killing a man as part of what prosecutors called a sexual fantasy have another court date scheduled this week in Chicago

Bad immigration lawyers hard to find, harder to…

The system for reporting misconduct among immigration lawyers is difficult to navigate and allows bad lawyers to sometimes rack up dozens of complaints

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Sen. McCain faces cancer battle with typical…

Sen. John McCain's packed agenda while on break from Congress in his home state of Arizona has hardly been the schedule of a typical brain cancer patient - or even someone about to turn 81

Kurtz: Bannon's war with the media

'MediaBuzz' host Howard Kurtz weighs in on the announcement that chief strategist Steve Bannon will be leaving the Trump administration

Program gives disadvantaged students tools to…

Anita Vogel reports on the Power 4 Youth program in California