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Why was Turkey the target?

Tom Wilson explains to CNN's Max Foster some possible reasons why Turkey was the target of a terror attack.

Federal action sought for Florida coastline tainted by algae

Officials want federal action along a stretch of Florida's Atlantic coast where the governor has declared a state of emergency over algae blooms

New York's FDR Library to mark 75th anniversary

The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum is marking its 75th anniversary this week with a series of events

Judge faces deadline for decision on Indiana abortion law

A federal judge is facing a deadline for deciding whether to block a new Indiana law banning abortions sought because of fetal genetic abnormalities

The Government Made Gross Cookie Dough Facts So You'll Stop Eating It

A spoonful of E. coli, anyone?

There's a Reason Your Spaghetti Spoon Has a Hole

Here's a fun thing you probably didn't know but there's a specific and useful reason why your spaghetti spoon has a hole in it. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has that reason.

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This Former Jihadi Is Deradicalizing ISIS Through Twitter

Mubin Shaikh is a counter-radicalization expert. He's also a former jihadi and undercover operative. Now, he tries to deradicalize extremists online.

The Latest: French FM says no to EU deal with Scotland

France's foreign minister says the EU should not negotiate eventual membership with Scotland while it is a member of the United Kingdom

Lawyers await rulings on challenges to Mississippi LGBT law

Attorneys who sued to try to block a Mississippi gay-marriage law hope a federal judge will hand down rulings in their lawsuits Thursday, the final day before the law is set to take effect

Dinosaur Killing Asteroid Almost Got Us Too

A new study is saying that not only did the Dinosaurs die from the asteroid that struck Earth 66 million years ago but 93% of mammals passed as well. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the story.

The Latest: Clinton ads suggest she may compete in Nebraska

Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is airing advertising in an Omaha congressional district, sending a signal that she may compete for support in Nebraska

$24M Seized In Miami Home Of Accused Marijuana Trafficker

Police say the $24 million found in a Miami home was connected with trafficking cannabis to Tennessee.

Court upholds Iowa's ban on voting rights for felons

The Iowa Supreme Court has upheld the state's longstanding policy of barring felons from voting unless their rights are restored by the governor

Toyota says to recall 3.37 million cars

The Japanese automaker Toyota says it is recalling 3.37 million cars worldwide over defects involving airbags and emissions control units.

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Talks continue as Atlantic City casino strike deadline nears

With Atlantic City's lucrative July 4th holiday weekend fast approaching, the struggling seaside gambling resort is trying to avoid a strike against five of its eight casinos

Joint Base Andrews tweets that the base is on lockdown due to a report of an active shooter

Joint Base Andrews tweets that the base is on lockdown due to a report of an active shooter

EgyptAir Black Box Points To Smoke And Fire On Board

Some of the wreckage from the front of the plane was damaged by high heat.

Strawberries and cream: a Wimbledon tradition

Strawberries and cream have been a Wimbledon tradition since Victorian times, but where does SW19 source the 28 metric tons it needs to feed the masses?

Samsung sells Galaxy S7 phones that aren't tied to carrier

Samsung will sell unlocked versions of its flagship Galaxy S7 phones in the U.S. so consumers can switch carriers more easily

Will China still invest in European football?

CNN's Alex Thomas speaks to Eric Gao, CEO of Chinese sports marketing company IRena, about Chinese investment in European football and the possibility of China hosting a FIFA World Cup.

Ku Klux Klan dreams of rising again 150 years after founding

The Ku Klux Klan is trying to raise its hooded head 150 years after it was founded following the Civil War

Conn. police more likely to use stun guns on minorities

A new report suggests police in Connecticut are more likely to use stun guns on minorities

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FDA warns against eating raw dough amid E. coli fears

The federal Food and Drug Administration says people shouldn't eat raw dough due to an ongoing outbreak of illnesses related to a strain of E. coli bacteria

No One Wants To Pay $70M For This Huge Diamond

Apparently, $61 million wasn't enough to take home one of the largest diamonds in the world.

New Evidence Supports Pluto's Subsurface Ocean Theory

New evidence coming our way as a result of NASA's New Horizons mission is saying that Pluto has a subsurface ocean. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest.