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San Diego police officer killed; second injured

One San Diego police officer was shot and killed and another was injured as they tried to make a stop, leading to one arrest and an extensive hunt for anyone else who might have been involved, police said.

The officer who died was Jonathan "JD" DeGuzm...

Russian weightlifter Ruslan Albegov, 2013 worlds

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Russian weightlifters banned from Rio

All Russian weightlifters have been banned from the Rio Olympics due to the doping scandal enveloping the country.

Day 4 DNC Hillary speaks

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10 takeaways from the Democratic convention

Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic presidential nomination Thursday night, casting herself as a uniter working for the common good and Donald Trump as a divider stoking fear for political gain.

It capped a Democratic National Convention designed...

Generic court, gavel, lawsuit, arraignment, judgment

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Police: Suspect in Ohio student's killing had hidden room

A suspect in the death of an Ohio college student had a hidden room on his property with restraints, a freezer containing blood and evidence of additional potential victims, search warrants show.

That's just the start of a long list of items that incl...

Flint River contamination

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Flint water crisis: New criminal charges filed

Six current and former Michigan employees charged Friday in a widening criminal investigation into the Flint water crisis may not be the last, state Attorney General Bill Schuette said.

Investigators said the state Department of Environmental Quality ...

Exxon

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Oil giant Exxon profits crash 59% to 17-year lows

Even the mighty ExxonMobil has been hobbled by cheap oil.

Hillary Clinton, July 28

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Democrats review Clinton's convention message

Democrats who came to Philadelphia this week fretting about party division say there is only one way to ensure Hillary Clinton wins in November: defining themselves as the party of national unity.

Confronted by a Republican nominee they view as a dem...

North Carolina voter ID law

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Appeals court strikes down North Carolina voter ID law

A federal appeals court on Friday struck down North Carolina's requirement that voters show identification before casting ballots, deciding that the law was enacted "with discriminatory intent" and must be blocked.

Little girl has tea party with officer who saved her life

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Little girl has tea party with officer who saved her life

This is the cutest thing you'll see all day -- maybe even all week.

A fully uniformed police officer sitting in a tiny chair, at a tiny table, with a tiny girl -- having a tea party.

Corporal Patrick Ray, 30, saved 2-year-old Bexley's life a year ago w...

Philando Castile

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Special prosecutor to help in Philando Castile case

A Minnesota county prosecutor said Friday he has appointed an outside attorney to help him decide whether to pursue criminal charges in the July 6 shooting death of a black man by a police officer.

Ramsey County chief prosecutor John Choi told reporte...

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Philadelphia hosts the 2016 Democratic National Convention

DNC Prep Inside Wells Fargo Center

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The City of Brotherly Love and the Wells Fargo Center play host to 2016 Democratic National Convention.

Hawaii lava flow sizzles into Pacific

Lava flows into Pacific sized

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The Big Island of Hawaii is getting a little bigger as lava from the Kilauea Volcano flows into the Pacific Ocean. Take a look at images of this incredible natural phenomenon.

Protests at Democratic National Convention

DNC protesters

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As top DFL officials try to unify the party behind presumptive candidate Hillary Clinton, protesters and activists are demonstrating throughout Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention.

Best and worst states to make a living in 2016

Worker, job, businessma, Wall Street

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According to Forbes, this list of the best and worst places to make a living in 2016 is based on the study performed by moneyrates.com. The study took into account average wages, taxes, cost of living, unemployment rate and incidents of workplace safety.

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