Donald Trump says he isn't changing his campaign style

Donald Trump says he isn't changing his campaign style, despite concern from top GOP officials, CNN's Phil Mattingly reports.

Asking For A Friend: What's It Like To Pose As A Popular Pet Online?

Newsy's Cody LaGrow sat down with Amber Chavez, the owner of Manny the Frenchie — a French bulldog with nearly 3 million followers on social media.

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.

Attack west of Baghdad kills 14, wounds 32

Iraqi officials say a suicide bomber targeting a Sunni mosque west of Baghdad killed 14 and wounded 32 Monday night

Historic Stonewall Inn dedicated as national landmark

Local and federal officials have joined the LGBT community at a dedication ceremony of the Stonewall Inn as a national monument to gay rights

College Creating Its Own Homemade Lava

The University at Buffalo is creating its own lava to study the interaction between the hot stuff and water. Produced by Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones).

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Governor signs bill aimed at keeping Kansas schools open

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed legislation that would increase aid to poor school districts to meet a court mandate and end a threat that the state's public schools might shut down

Surprise! Florida Apparently Isn't The Best Place To Retire

Just because this city came in first doesn't mean it'll suit all of your needs.

TransCanada seeks $15B for rejection of Keystone pipeline

The company that proposed the Keystone XL pipeline is seeking $15 billion in damages from the federal government after the Obama administration rejected the Canada-to-Texas project

Qatar Petroleum, Total form new company to develop oil field

Qatar Petroleum and Total have announced a joint venture to create a new company that will develop and operate one of the world's largest oil fields in the Arab Gulf country

Judge blocks part of Mississippi LGBT marriage law

A federal judge has ruled that Mississippi clerks cannot cite their own religious beliefs to recuse themselves from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples

IEA Report Says 6.5 Million People Die Each Year From Air Pollution

More people die from air pollution each year than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and road injuries, according to a recent report.

How the Benghazi committee got so political

Manu Raju on the how the Select Committee on Benghazi began and how it got to this week's highly charged appearance by Hillary Clinton.

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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

Corey Lewandowski fires back at critics

CNN political commentator and former Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski fires back at critics who say he is hostile to journalists.

Former Virginia Governor Won't Be Going To Prison — At Least For Now

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife were convicted of public corruption in 2014.

Religions Are Putting Aside Their Differences For Ramadan

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

UK Treasury chief tries to calm markets amid 'Brexit' fears

Treasury chief George Osborne has sought to calm nerves in the markets, as investors worry about the consequences of Britain leaving the European Union

Settlement ends trial in deadly 2012 oil platform fire

A complex trial combining 10 lawsuits arising from a deadly explosion and fire on an offshore oil platform in November 2012 has ended with the announcement of a settlement

Facebook Post Saves 13 Animals From Terrible Owner

A woman saved the lives of 13 animals after posting photos of their mistreatment on Facebook.

Clinton, Warren meet for first 2016 campaign event

Elizabeth Warren joining Hillary Clinton in Cincinnati for their first joint campaign event

Supreme Court Rules On Texas' Strict Abortion Laws

This is the first major abortion-related decision the U.S. Supreme Court has handed down since 2007.

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Federal judge rules Mississippi clerks cannot cite religious beliefs to refuse issuing marriage licenses to gay couples

Federal judge rules Mississippi clerks cannot cite religious beliefs to refuse issuing marriage licenses to gay couples