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Video appears to show Texas officer striking…

The San Antonio Police Department is reviewing body camera footage after a bystander posted video online that appears to show an officer punching an eighth-grade girl three or four times

A third of older Latinos have tapped into…

A poll says older Latinos are more likely than older whites or older blacks to say they've had to withdraw or borrow money from a retirement account

South Dakota girl with cancer prevented from…

A western South Dakota high school won't let a student who has brain cancer to walk at graduation because she's six credits short of being able to graduate

Report: Police arrest 5th suspect in Manchester…

Investigators continue to search for suspects

British authorities hunt 'network' behind…

Four people arrested as more victims from concert blast identified; Greg Palkot reports from Manchester

Investigators explore bomber's links to larger…

British investigators are exploring whether the bomber that killed 22 people at a Manchester concert hall was part of a larger terror cell responsible for the deadly attacks in Brussels and Paris last year

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South Dakota jury find consultant not guilty in pot case

A South Dakota jury has acquitted a consultant of drug charges for his role in helping an American Indian tribe pursue a marijuana resort on tribal land.

Fed: Need more proof of Q1 weakness being…

CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on the minutes from the latest Federal Open Market Committee meeting where the Federal Reserve held rates steady.

Microsoft updates Surface Pro, Nest working on a…

Today major tech news headlines include Microsoft's update of the Surface Pro flagship laptop, Uber pays its drivers owed wages and reports of Nest working on a 4K camera.

How security is being stepped up

Soldiers are backing up police following Monday's bomb attack at the Manchester Arena.

The New York Times - The Manchester Attack…

From The New York Times: The Islamic State claimed responsibility on its social media for an attack in Manchester that killed 22 people and wounded dozens more at a pop concert. Rukmini Callimachi, a foreign correspondent for The New York Times covering ISIS and Al Qaeda, analyzes ISIS’s online messages and explains what they mean.By: By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI and NILO TABRIZY. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2qWpUd3

Science Finally Discovered Why Flamingos Stand on…

Flamingos are known for their one-legged perch, but researchers think they've finally figured out how and why they do it

Joe: ‘This is a whole lot of dumb’

Joe connects the dots on the Russia investigation, saying while some people see the President as evil, he just sees someone who’s clueless; ‘he’s like Mr. Magoo trying to shred the U.S. constitution.’

Fmr Federal Prosecutor: I like the Trump case…

Former Federal Prosecutors Cynthia Alksne and Paul Butler discuss the current trajectory of the Russia Probe.

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America is Obsessed with Canned Wine

It looks like canned wine is having its moment, according to numbers from Nielsen and a survey out of Texas Tech University. Sales numbers show this cool drink will be a hot ticket item this summer. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Why Melania Trump covers her head one day and not…

Melania Trump is drawing attention for covering her head for some meetings but not others on President Donald Trump's first international trip.

No Joke: Unconscious man rode on car's trunk for miles

When police pulled over a Memphis, Tennessee, couple and told them they had a body on the trunk of their car, they thought it was a joke _ until they got out to look

Americans don't trust media, but feel better about favorites

Americans may not trust the media in general, but have more faith in their favorites, a new survey finds

Many states have laws intended to keep kids away from guns

Many states have laws intended to keep kids away from guns

US Army Lost Track Of $1 Billion Worth Of Weapons…

The unaccounted-for military supplies were supposed to be given to Iraqi armed forces as part of the Iraq Train and Equip Fund.

Need cash? Facebook expands personal fundraising tools

Facebook is expanding its fundraising tools that let users ask friends and strangers to give them money to help pay for education, medical or other expenses.

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2 addiction counselors at halfway house die of…

Authorities say two addiction counselors at a suburban Philadelphia halfway house have died of opioid overdoses inside the group home

'They are going to kill me': Inmate fights to…

An Alabama inmate who victims' advocates call the "Houdini" of death row is fighting to delay his execution for an eighth time

Man pleads not guilty in deadly Iowa jail escape

Man pleads not guilty to murder, other crimes in deadly Iowa jail escape