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A South Carolina pastor who canceled a Bible study at his church because he was late leaving his day job may have averted a second round of deadly shootings shortly after nine black worshippers had been killed at another black church
Some residents returned home to sort through waterlogged furniture, toys and clothing after being abruptly evacuated when a surging creek carrying engine fuel and sewage water inundated thousands of homes in San Jose
A Canadian hospital will be studying the effects cannabis oil on Dravet syndrome in a new study - as many doctors are worried about prescribing it without scientific data.
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The last people remaining at a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp prayed and set fire to a handful of wooden structures on Wednesday, hours ahead of a deadline set by the Army Corps of Engineers to close the camp.
On this week's Meet the Press, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) defends press freedom, W.H. Chief of Staff Reince Preibus fills in the details of Michael Flynn's resignation, and former C.I.A. Director Leon Panetta talks about the intelligence community and loyalty.
A food additive found in chewing gum could mess up your digestive cell structure and function according to researchers from Binghamton University. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
Mexico's mounting unease and resentment over President Donald Trump's immigration crackdown are looming over a gathering of U.S. and Mexican leaders that the U.S. had hoped would project a strong future for relations between neighbors
Company towns like Peoria, Illinois, have long relied on major employers to provide generations of locals with jobs and give the cities their central identity
General Motors is trying to persuade state lawmakers to approve self-driving car rules that would benefit the automaker while potentially keeping its competitors off the road