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World No. 1 golfer Jason Day cancels Rio plans

World No. 1 golfer Jason Day has announced he won't participate in the Rio Olympics, citing concerns over the Zika virus.

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Texas train collision triggers fireball; no word on injuries

Several box cars have derailed and are engulfed in flames following a train collision in the Texas Panhandle

Justice quest goes on after 'Freedom Summer' court cases end

With criminal charges ruled out in the 1964 killings of three civil rights workers in Mississippi's Neshoba County, the community and state are left with harder ways to pursue justice in the case

Ikea recalls 29 million dressers after 6 kids killed

Ikea is recalling 29 million chests and dressers after six children were killed when the furniture toppled over and fell on them

Third Death Leads Ikea To Recall 27 Million Chests And Dressers

The company has been accused of not doing enough to protect consumers.

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Scientists Come Up with Shampoo Bottle That Empties Every Last Drop

Scientists have developed plastic bottles where your shampoo, conditioner, and soap won't stick. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details on this useful new invention.

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Scottish First Minister Says Scotland Might Be Able To Stop Brexit

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon thinks Scotland could stop the Brexit, or at least leave the U.K. to stay in the EU.

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'Zombie govt?' British politics consumed by Brexit concerns

Who's in charge now in Britain

Activists lose round in Revolutionary War battlefield feud

A federal judge has rejected a legal challenge from activists seeking to prevent the development of a privately owned portion of a Revolutionary War battlefield in New Jersey

College Creating Its Own Homemade Lava

The University at Buffalo is creating its own lava to study the interaction between the hot stuff and water. Produced by Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones).

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Comparison of congressional reports on 2012 Benghazi attack

There have been several congressional investigations of the 2012 attacks on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya that killed U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans

Gay Couples Seeking Marriage Have One Less Hurdle In Mississippi

A federal judge ruled that Mississippi clerks won't be allowed to recuse themselves from providing same-sex couples with marriage certificates.

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Psych exam ordered for man accused of threatening military

A federal judge has ordered a man charged with soliciting people to kill members of the military to undergo a psychiatric evaluation to determine if he's competent to stand trial

EU pressures UK to trigger exit talks

The EU is piling pressure on the U.K. to trigger negotiations to leave the bloc and end the uncertainty that has rattled stock markets

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A look at food makers burnishing their nutrition credentials

A look at food makers burnishing their nutrition credentials

House Committee Set To Release Benghazi Attacks Findings

The lengthy report comes after a two-year investigation into the attacks on an American diplomatic mission in Libya.

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GOP discusses findings of new Benghazi report

Rep. Ted Gowdy among other GOP House members hold a news conference on findings of a new report on the 2012 Benghazi attacks.

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Clinton to offer debt forgiveness to young entrepreneurs

Clinton set to propose allowing student loan payments to be deferred as part of technology agenda

Dutch jumpers dominate at Nations Cup

The Netherlands show jumping team triumphs at the fifth round of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup in Rotterdam to top the overall standings.

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Airport security fix: better training _ for humans and dogs

Short-staffed and often criticized, the TSA aims to improve training for airport screeners

The Latest: Justice pauses campaign to help flood victims

Jim Justice, the Democratic nominee for governor of West Virginia, says he will pause his campaign for at least two weeks so he can concentrate on helping flood victims

Supreme Court ruling imperils abortion laws in many states

By striking down tough abortion restrictions in Texas, the U.S. Supreme Court has emboldened abortion-rights activists nationwide and imperiled the viability of a range of anti-abortion laws in other states

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Lady Gaga's Meeting With The Dalai Lama Got Her Banned In China

She is arguably the most popular Western musician in mainland China.

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Facebook Post Saves 13 Animals From Terrible Owner

A woman saved the lives of 13 animals after posting photos of their mistreatment on Facebook.

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Religions Are Putting Aside Their Differences For Ramadan

Ramadan is a Muslim holiday, but other religious groups around the globe are helping celebrate.

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