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Anchor fired because she's white?

A television anchor out of Pittsburgh filed a lawsuit claiming she was fired for being white after she had posted a controversial Facebook post.

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Officials work to prevent repeat of dueling hate rallies

Some South Carolina legislators want to regulate Statehouse events in an effort to avoid the chaos of last July, when opposing hate groups held overlapping rallies and overwhelmed a massive police presence

Colorado firefighters battle wildfire to a standstill

A dry thunderstorm moved over a wildfire near the Colorado-Wyoming border, but it had little impact where firefighters have battled the blaze to a standstill at 8 square miles

Multiple fatalities reported in West Virginia flooding

A West Virginia official says multiple fatalities have been reported in flooding that has devastated parts of the state

West Virginia Governor Says Deadly Flooding Is Among The State's Worst

As of Friday evening, at least 23 had died in the floods, and rescuers were still battling high waters.

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Poll Says Blondes Are More Likely To Cheat

Could blondes be more likely to cheat on a spouse? TC Newman has the details on a new poll.

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Young UK Voters Got The Short End Of The Brexit Stick

Almost three-fourths of young voters wanted to stay in the European Union, but they were outvoted by the older generation.

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The Latest: France says British vote echoes across planet

French President Francois Hollande says the British vote to leave the European Union poses questions "for the whole planet."

AP news guide: The Flint water crisis emails

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has released 290,000 more pages of state emails and documents related to the lead-contaminated water in Flint

New Study Shows Losing A Pet As Hard As A Family Member

The loss of an animal can have as profound an effect as the death of a human family member. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details of a new study.

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Native Americans turn focus inward for political empowerment

For generations, Native Americans have fought to dismantle the barriers that prevented them from political power

Florida Man Demands Change After Dog Dies In Alligator Attack

Robert Lineburger's pit bull Precious was attacked and killed by an alligator at a poorly lit pier.

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Worker barred from Homeland Security office after gun arrest

A Department of Homeland Security analyst has been barred from the agency's headquarters while authorities continue to investigate why he allegedly brought a gun and other weapons to his workplace

Britain's leaving the EU. What should I do with my money?

As uncertainty roils global markets, experts urge U.S. investors to stay calm and carry on. How Britain's EU exit affects your investments and money.

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Study: Rotting trees caused mysterious holes in huge dunes

Researchers say mysterious holes that forced the closure of a massive dune at an Indiana national park after a 6-year-old boy fell into one and nearly died were caused by sand-covered trees that left cavities behind as they decayed over the years

Would You Rather Your Self-Driving Car Killed You Or A Pedestrian?

Participants in a new study said passenger-sacrificing cars were more moral, but they didn't really want to buy them for themselves.

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European reaction to Brexit vote

CNNi talks to POLITICO European editor, Matthew Karnitschnig, about European reaction to Britain voting to leave the EU.

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China to regulate search results following man's death

China has issued new regulations demanding search engines clearly identify paid search results, months after a terminally-ill cancer patient complained that he was misled by the giant search engine Baidu

Flooding kills at least 23 in West Virginia

Massive floods sent raging waters across West Virginia, killing at least 23 people and leaving hundreds stranded, officials said.

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Corruption case casts harsh light on NYPD handgun permits

A police corruption probe has cast a harsh light on the lengths people will go to get a handgun license in New York City

Marriage ruling plaintiff from Ohio dedicated to activism

Three years ago Sunday, Jim Obergefell asked his longtime partner to marry him, beginning a whirlwind of events that led to his name being at the top of the U.S. Supreme Court case that resulted in legalization of same-sex marriage across America

Trans-Atlantic Trend? Trump sees UK vote as validation

Britain's stunning vote to bolt from the European Union sent political tremors across the Atlantic Friday, rattling Democrats and fueling Donald Trump's confidence that U.S. voters will back similarly sweeping change

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Clinton And Trump Are Using The UK's Brexit Mess To Their Advantage

Unsurprisingly, their reactions were very (very) different.

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NYPD Drives The Rainbow In Honor Of Gay Pride

The NYPD chose an unusual way to celebrate Gay Pride Weekend in New York City. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) shows their moving message for Orlando.

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The Geopolitics Of The #Brexit

With the U.K. voting to leave the European Union, age-old disputes over territory are starting to come up again in Scotland, Ireland and Spain.

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