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Charlottesville mayor calls for swift removal of…

The mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia, is calling for an emergency meeting of state lawmakers to allow the city to swiftly remove the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, a request that was swiftly rejected by the state's governor

Couple renews vows as arranged marriage enters…

A Minnesota couple who gained fame through a very public arranged marriage have renewed their vows as their 19-year love story enters its final chapter

Trump won places drowning in despair. Can he save…

In a pro-Trump county gripped by addiction and despair, the president's supporters now have differing degrees of faith that he can help turn things around as promised

Terror attacks in Europe: A timeline

In the wake of the latest terror attack in Barcelona, in which 12 people were killed and nearly 80 people injured, a look back at some of the recent acts of terrorism across Europe

Bret Baier on who benefits from Bannon's departure

Anchor of 'Special Report' on fallout from President Trump's decision to remove his chief strategist

Barcelona's victims include US man celebrating…

The dead and injured in Barcelona were a snapshot of the world _ men, women and children from 34 nations

Troopers to pay tribute to those killed in 1997 shooting

New Hampshire state troopers are gathering to remember comrades who were among those killed or wounded 20 years ago in one of the region's worst shootings

3 ways to reuse your old tablet

Do you have an old tablet lying around your house? Repurpose it as a remote, a second screen or a digital photo frame.

How do you heal by talking to trees?

Senegalese people come from far and wide to see Malik Sow, seeking advice, wisdom and traditional healing.

The New York Times - How To | Make a Gunpowder…

From The New York Times: From sketch to explosion, a close look at the artist Cai Guo-Qiang's process.By: By JASON SCHMIDT. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2vKF1IO

Flashback: Trump Says He'd 'Negotiate Like Crazy…

In a 1999 interview on Meet the Press, Donald Trump described how he would handle North Korea if he was elected president.

Texting And Walking Could Soon Be Illegal In This…

A new proposal could put an end to 'distracted walking.' Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

Confederate monuments removed or vandalized…

Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans

California mass killer spared death sentence

A California judge has ruled that a convicted mass killer will be spared the death penalty amid a long-running scandal over authorities' use of jailhouse informants

Deere's sales fall short

The construction equipment maker's sales rose but missed expectations for the second straight quarter, sending its stock down. Fred Katayama reports.

Fitch upgrades Greece's credit rating by 1 notch to B-

Fitch Ratings has upgraded Greece's credit rating from CCC to B-, a one-notch improvement that still leaves the bonds issued by the crisis-battered country well below investment grade

Mississippi Confederate statue guarded against online threat

Police in one north Mississippi town are guarding a Confederate monument, citing an online threat

President's Arts And Humanities Committee…

Members of the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities announced their resignation from the group in a letter Friday.

Former Uber CEO lashes out at VC firm suing…

Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is skewering a lawsuit filed by a former ally, describing it as a malicious attempt to sever his remaining ties to the ride-hailing service that he co-founded

Expert: Arkansas may have reliable source of…

A death penalty expert says Arkansas may have found a reliable source for an execution drug

Prosecutor faces hearing over her texting…

A prosecutor handling the case against Penn State fraternity members charged after a pledge died faces a hearing of her own in front of a board that handles complaints about lawyers

Montana wildfire grows, destroys 2 homes

One of several wildfires burning in Montana destroyed two homes after jumping control lines as firefighters braved another day Friday of high temperatures, gusty winds and low humidity