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Falluja taken back from ISIS

After taking Falluja back from ISIS, the Iraqi security forces now face a bigger challenge: Mosul. CNN's Michael Holmes talks to retired Lieutenant General Mark Hertling about the situation.

At least 6 stabbed outside California Capitol

At least six people were stabbed Sunday when members of right-wing extremists groups holding a rally outside the California state Capitol building in Sacramento clashed with counter-protesters, authorities said

10 Things to Know for Monday

Among 10 Things to Know: Shock waves continue to spread from Brexit; seven stabbed in violent clash in Sacramento, Calif.; Turkey rankled by pope's choice of words

The Latest: Police: 6 stabbed outside California Capitol

Sacramento Fire Department spokesman Chris Harvey says emergency crews transported six people who were stabbed outside the California state Capitol building in Sacramento

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.

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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Religions Are Putting Aside Their Differences For Ramadan

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

Panama Canal opens $5B locks, bullish despite shipping woes

Authorities are hosting a big bash Sunday to inaugurate newly expanded locks that will double the Panama Canal's capacity in a multibillion-dollar bet on a bright economic future despite tough times for international shipping

2 teens shot by officers on Interstate ramp in Atlanta

Authorities say officers shot two teenagers after a vehicle carrying the suspects tried to escape police by ramming into a patrol car on an Interstate 75 ramp in Atlanta

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.

McConnell: Trump needs to close cash deficit 'fast'

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Donald Trump needs to raise much more money, quickly, if he expects to win the presidential campaign against Democrat Hillary Clinton

Mother Charged After 6-Year-Old Son Accidentally Kills Younger Brother

Police are investigating how he got ahold of his mother's gun.

Train hits van in Colorado killing 5, including 3 children

Authorities are investigating after an Amtrak train collided with a van killing five people, including three children, just outside Trinidad on Sunday morning

Bernie Sanders says he will vote for Hillary Clinton

Asked if he would vote for Hillary Clinton in November, Bernie Sanders, who has not formally ended his own campaign for the White House, says in a TV interview, "Yes." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Britain's Labour Party in open revolt over result of EU vote

Britain's opposition Labour Party is sliding into turmoil in the wake of the U.K.'s vote to exit the European Union, a mark of how hard the shock decision is shaking British politics

Oregon refuge takeover is over, but aftershocks remain

Aftershocks are still shaking the high desert region of Oregon where militia members seized a wildlife refuge in January

Box Office Top 3: 'Independence Day' Celebrates 20 Years With A Flop

"Independence Day: Resurgence" had a smaller debut at the box office than the original did 20 years ago.

Pope Francis: Apologize to gay people and others

Pope Francis said the Catholic Church should apologize to gay people and others who have been offended or exploited in the past. CNN's John Allen reports.

Alco Electronics' David Leung on making gadgets in China

A visit to an Alco factory in China offers insight into what it takes to sell to the rest of the world

2013: Leader of white nationalist group

CNN's David Mattingly investigates a self-avowed "Southern Nationalist" who takes pride in those who condemn him.

At gay pride parades, a year to weave sorrow and celebration

At gay pride parades from New York to San Francisco, a year to weave sorrow and celebration

Obama OKs federal aid for West Virginia; at least 24 dead

Offering his condolences, President Barack Obama on Saturday approved federal aid for the West Virginia communities devastated by floods that have killed at least 24 people and rendered many more homeless

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The Latest: Deadly California wildfire 10 percent contained

Firefighters say a ravenous wildfire that has burned 150 homes and claimed at least two lives in central California is about 10 percent contained

Sen. Al Franken Says He'd Accept The Job As Clinton's VP

But Hillary Clinton isn't vetting Franken to be her vice president.

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.