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South Carolina man admits to killing 7; gets life…

A man charged with killing seven people over a 13-year period in South Carolina has agreed to plead guilty in order to avoid death penalty

Complaint raises questions about Kentucky…

A government watchdog advocate in Kentucky says he has filed a complaint seeking an investigation into Gov. Matt Bevin's connection to a Louisville-area mansion

Former professor arrested in beatings at…

Authorities say a former San Francisco Bay Area junior college professor has been arrested for beating three people during violent clashes between supporters and detractors of President Donald Trump last month

UK resumes sharing intelligence with the US

John Roberts shares major developments out of the G7 summit

Report: John Glenn's remains disrespected at…

Military mortuary employee under investigation

At least 28 killed in ambush attack on Christians…

Egyptian officials say they have launched air strikes against militant training bases in Libya in retaliation for an ambush on a bus carrying Coptic Christians to a monastery south of Cairo

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Judge to rule next week on DNA bid in radio host's killing

A judge says he will rule next week on whether to order a DNA sample from the former husband of a popular radio host who was murdered five years ago.

Clinton Alludes to Trump in Commencement Speech

In her commencement speech to graduates of her alma mater, Wellesley College, Hillary Clinton took aim at her former rival on the 2016 campaign trail, President Trump.

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If you're looking to save money on grocery shopping, try one of these cash-back and coupon apps.

Martyn Hett's mother: 'He helped me enjoy life'

The mother of Manchester attack victim Martyn Hett says all her memories of him are of smiling.

The New York Times - Leek and Spring Onion Gratin

From The New York Times: This comforting side dish combines sweet caramelized spring onions and leeks, gooey cheese and a crisp crust.By: By ALEC COHEN and MELISSA CLARK. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2s4wfAA

JFK's Life in 90 Seconds

In honor of the 100th anniversary of Kennedy's birth

Donald Rumsfeld: ‘cut Trump some slack’

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld joins Morning Joe to discuss President Trump’s approach to NATO and the push to honor American veterans through the Travis Manion Foundation.

Costa: Kushner is the Trump whisperer

How does the FBI inquiry on Kushner impact the Trump White House and Family? Robert Costa of the Washington Post says the White House is under siege with questions they can't answer.

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NOLA Mayor: Monuments ‘Signs of Oppression f…

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu explains his decision to remove Confederate monuments from the city in an exclusive interview to air Sunday on Meet the Press.

Tiny Alligator Spotted Walking Down the Street in…

An alligator was spotted walking down the street in South Florida. Buzz60's Elizabeth Keatinge (@elizkeatinge) has more.

Kuwaiti company settles claims of troop food contract fraud

A Kuwaiti logistics company has agreed to pay $95 million to resolve allegations that it inflated prices and defrauded the U.S. government for contracts to feed American troops based in Iraq, Kuwait and Jordan

Missouri museum to display Confederate battle flag

At a time when communities across the country are purging Confederate symbols from public sites, a northeast Missouri museum is putting a restored Confederacy flag on permanent inside display, calling it "a teachable moment."

Britain's "Iron Man" breaks his own jet-suit…

Inventor Richard Browning puts his jet engine-powered suit through its paces, beating his own record for speed and distance during a test flight. Matthew Stock reports.

NMHS, United Health reach agreement

Florida Highway Patrol dealing with trooper shortage

The number of speeding tickets issued by the Florida Highway Patrol has dropped for three straight years as the agency deals with a shortage of troopers

The FBI Is Looking Into An Attempted Hack Of The…

Eric Trump, the organization's executive vice president, told ABC the company was not infiltrated.

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French designer shows off DIY robot in public for…

French designer shows off DIY robot in public for 1st time at Romania tech fair

School district changes rule to allow feathers on grad caps

A Nevada school district has tentatively changed a longstanding policy of not allowing students to wear feathers with their graduation caps