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  • Trump attacks Clintons with 1990s scandals
    Trump is reintroducing Americans to a panoply of dormant scandals, personal transgressions and partisan controversies that rocked Clinton's White House.
  • Teens keep American Flag from hitting the ground
    We look to it every time we say the Pledge of Allegiance or walk into any state, federal or local building. The American flag stands tall, shining red, white and blue, but what happens when it nearly touches the ground?
  • Can city fight heroin by allowing it?
    Don't be fooled by the bucolic scenery or the leafy college campuses; Ithaca, New York has been rocked by the scourge of the heroin epidemic sweeping the United States.
  • Football players rally around dying coach
    Don Horton was a dad to hundreds of college football players, and now some of them are coming to the dying coach's aid.
  • Manhunt after dad kills 8-month-old
    A Missouri man shot and killed his 8-month-old son during an argument with his wife, then fled with two of his other sons in a rental car, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department Chief Sam Dotson said Tuesday.

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  • 'Tomato crisis' spreads panic in Nigeria
    Making jollof rice, a beloved traditional dish in Nigeria, has suddenly become very expensive.
  • Court upholds Julian Assange warrant
    A Swedish court on Wednesday upheld the arrest warrant of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, with a Swedish prosecutor saying there's still probable cause to prosecute him on a rape allegation and that "the risk of him evading justice is still large."
  • Taliban announce new leader
    Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada has been named the new Afghan Taliban leader following the death of Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, a Taliban spokesman said in a statement. Sponsored: Drivers Will Be Furious When This Finally Happens If you drive less than 50 miles a day, this new rule will shock you.
  • Did ISIS take out Russian copters?
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  • Is sexism on rise in China?
    According to an op-ed in an official Chinese state-published newspaper, being an unmarried, childless woman makes Taiwan's newly inaugurated president unfit for her job.


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  • Exxon shareholders OK measure that could put climate expert on board
    DALLAS/SAN RAMON, Calif. (Reuters) - Voters at Exxon Mobil Corp's annual meeting on Wednesday approved a measure to let minority shareholders nominate outsiders for seats on the company's board, meaning a climate activist could eventually become a director at the oil giant.
  • U.S. states stung by drop in April income tax revenue
    CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. state personal income taxes tumbled in the key revenue month of April due to lower investment returns from weaker equities and energy prices in 2015, a Reuters analysis of state data found.
  • Gains in financial, energy stocks lift Wall Street
    (Reuters) - Wall Street was higher in afternoon trading on Wednesday, extending gains from Tuesday as oil prices rose and investors became more comfortable with the prospect of an interest rate hike as early as next month.
  • Aetna-Humana tie-up is anti-competitive in Missouri: state regulator
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A tie-up of Aetna Inc and Humana Inc would be anti-competitive in Missouri for several types of insurance, including individual Medicare Advantage plans where the combined company would have more than a 50 percent market share, the Missouri Department of Insurance said.
  • Bayer could get ECB financing for Monsanto bid, rules show
    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Bayer could receive financing from the European Central Bank that would help to fund a takeover of Monsanto , according to the terms of the ECB's bond-buying program.