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FBI to question Hillary Clinton's aides

Email scandal hits those closest to Clinton campaign, including longtime aid Huma Abedin, as they face the latest round of questioning from the FBI.

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Louisiana flooding sends caskets far and wide

Widespread flooding not only disrupts the living but sometimes also creates havoc for the dead

Treasure hunter's disappearance still a mystery after months

The search for missing treasure hunter Randy Bilyeu has been re-energized with the discovery of a backpack in northern New Mexico

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This Tow Truck Spat Is Evidence Of Growing Political Polarization

A man in South Carolina refused to tow a woman because she supported Bernie Sanders.

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Reptile Park Offers Alligator Wrestling Class

A reptile park in Colorado is offering people a chance to wrestle alligators for about $100. There's obviously a lot of controversy surrounding that explains Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones).

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North Korea's About To Throw Its Biggest Political Bash In 35 Years

The seventh Workers' Party Congress gives North Korean leader Kim Jong-un a chance to flex his political might.

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The Latest: France wants inquiry into Syrian camp strikes

France is expressing the "strongest condemnation" of the air strikes on camps for displaced people in Syria that left at least 28 people dead, including women and children

2 Atlanta police vehicles crash while responding to call

Two Atlanta police cars have crashed while responding to a call about shots being fired

Hubble Releases Journey to the Center of the Galaxy Video

The people behind the Hubble telescope are releasing a video that takes us on a journey to the center of the galaxy. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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'Grim Sleeper' Lonnie Franklin Convicted Of 10 Murders

Franklin has been convicted of killing 10 people in two murder sprees separated by a gap of nearly 14 years.

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Truck dumps 50,000 pounds of raw potatoes, closing down road

A tractor trailer carrying 50,000 pounds of potatoes has overturned on an interstate highway in North Carolina, dumping the potatoes all over the road and closing it for hours

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More details emerge in deadly shooting near school bus stop

More details have been released involving a deadly shooting that happened near a school bus stop in Virginia

Penn State Insurer Alleges Joe Paterno Knew Of Abuse In 1976

A court document calls into question Joe Paterno's statement that he didn't know about Jerry Sandusky's abuse.

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Cricket star talks tattoos, tv shows and sport

Young, confident and on the rise: At 27 years old, Virat Kohli is not only changing the face of the sport in his country, but he is also a snapshot of an evolving India.

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Apple partners with commercial software giant SAP

Apple has announced a new partnership with German software giant SAP to develop mobile apps for business customers to use on their iPhones and iPad tablets

Cooking with Indian cricket icon Virat Kohli

In India, cricket is a religion, and the man of the moment is Virat Kohli. He's breaking records, piling on accolades, and at 27 years old, he's one of his country's highest earning celebrities.

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Community questions delay in Amber Alert for Navajo girl

Hundreds of mourners will gather Friday to remember an 11-year-old girl who was killed after being abducted along her school bus route on the Navajo Nation

LGBT community braces for impact of new counseling law

Questions loom about what Tennessee's new counseling law means for people seeking help

LA's Getty museum recreates China's Cave Temples of Dunhuang

The Getty museum in Los Angeles has recreated China's Cave Temples of Dunhuang with a full-scale, hand-painted exhibit

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Shooting Outside D.C.-Area High School Kills 1 And Injures Another

Classes had already been dismissed for the day when the shooting happened.

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Two Fighter Jets Do Battle With A UFO

The Ministry of Defense scrambled two fighter jets to intercept a possible UFO. The event caused such a ruckus that the people living nearby thought a war had started.

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If The Mosul Dam Bursts, It Could Kill More People Than The Iraq War

Sometimes called the most dangerous dam in the world, the Mosul Dam could kill hundreds of thousands of Iraqis if it were to burst.

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