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Savannah State University on lockdown after shooting; 1 hurt

Savannah State University sends alert placing campus on lockdown after shooting; 1 person hurt

Frank E. Petersen Jr., first black Marine aviator, dies

Frank E. Petersen Jr., first black aviator and brigadier general in Marine Corps, dies

Emmett Till and the Renewed Push to Solve Civil Rights Cases

Emmett Till was murdered 60 years ago, and the U.S. Department of Justice is still struggling to resolve civil rights-era murders.

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With 2 Killings This Week, Louisiana Police Deaths Rising

With 2 killings this week, Louisiana police ready for new funerals as officer deaths rising.

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Sprint offers DirecTV customers free year of phone service

Sprint offers DirecTV customers free year of phone service in challenge to new owner AT&T

Amgen wins approval for second biotech cholesterol drug

FDA approves Amgen's Repatha, 2nd in new class of breakthrough cholesterol drugs

US group urges China to open insurance, securities markets

US group urges China to open insurance, securities to develop markets, cope with disasters

Europe's Migrant Crisis Leads to Grisly Scene in Austria

Austrian authorities discovered a truck full of migrant bodies on the side of the highway Thursday.

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Walker: 'We cannot afford to lose' in Middle East

Walker: 'We cannot afford to lose the fight against radical Islamic terrorists'

Rousseff faces 'political suicide bomber,' removal threat

Brazil's Rousseff facing 'political suicide bomber,' growing calls for impeachment

2 rescued from The Venetian hotel-casino's canal

2 rescued from The Venetian hotel-casino's canal

Agent says he had 'no other option' but to kill NY escapee

Federal agent who fatally shot inmate who escaped from NY prison says he had 'no other option'

NASA's Sea Level Find Is the Latest 'Too Late' Climate News

NASA predicts sea levels will rise by 3 feet this century, minimum. It's the latest news that we may be too late to stop certain climate changes.

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On-Air Shooter Threatened To Make 'Headlines,' Showed Anger

On-air shooter threatened to make 'headlines,' displayed temper in bizarre outbursts.

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For the first time, 1 billion people used Facebook in a day

For the first time, 1 billion people used Facebook in a single day on Monday

Contact lens makers taking fight over price law to court

Appeals court to hear arguments over Utah law banning minimum prices for contact lenses

US stocks rise after Chinese market surges

US stocks gain after Chinese market surges, US economy grows faster than thought

Siri Refuses to Spill Info About Apple's iPhone Event

Apple will hold its fall iPhone announcement in San Francisco on Sept. 9. We tried to get some additional information out of Siri.

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Obama says New Orleans is 'moving forward' after hurricane

Obama: New Orleans is 'moving forward' 10 years after devastation of Hurricane Katrina

Hawaii Supreme Court hears Mauna Kea telescope case

Hawaii Supreme Court hears arguments in case challenging Mauna Kea telescope permit

Chief: Stabbing suspect who killed officer was cop's cousin

Chief: Man who stabbed 2 sisters, killed officer with own gun was cop's cousin

How 'Star Wars' Might Help Disney Beat Universal's 2015 Run

Universal has dominated the box office this year, but the next "Star Wars" film could help propel Disney past the competition.

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Google rejects EU anti-trust allegations as flawed

Google rejects EU anti-trust allegations as flawed in 'fact, law and economics'

Woman to give birth to conjoined twins in Colorado

Mother of conjoined twins to give birth in Colorado, but only one baby expected to survive

Japan inflation, household spending slow in July, incomes up

Japan reports inflation, household spending soften in July; incomes rise on bonus payments

Backboard-Shattering NBA Legend Darryl Dawkins Dies at 58

Former NBA player Darryl Dawkins, known for naming his backboard-shattering dunks, has died at 58 years old.

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ACLU sues to block sweeping Nevada education funding program

ACLU sues to block Nevada's new education funding program, says public money going to religion