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(CLEARWATER, Fla.) -- A Florida man charged with manslaughter in a fatal shooting he claimed was an act of self-defense under the state's "stand your ground" law made his first court appearance Tuesday as prosecutors...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- Here are the scores from yesterday's sports events:
 
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 Final  Boston       2  Philadelphia   1
 Final  Baltimore    6  N-Y Mets       3
 Final  Cleveland...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- Opening in wide release Wednesday:

Crazy Rich Asians -- This highly anticipated romantic comedy -- the first Asian-led studio release since 1993's Joy Luck Club -- is based on Kevin...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- The University of Maryland said it accepts "legal and moral responsibility" for mistakes made in treating a 19-year-old player who collapsed during a practice in May and died two weeks later.

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(WASHINGTON) -- The Pentagon’s Inspector General is investigating the Defense Department's top spokesperson for the possible misuse of her authority for personal purposes.

Two U.S. officials confirm that the...Read more

(VANCOUVER, Wash.) -- Prosecutors in Washington will consider charging an 18-year-old woman who pushed her teenage friend off a bridge, sending her plummeting 60 feet to the river below and leaving her with multiple...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- They may not be the fastest or the smartest or even the scariest, but when it comes to beating cancer, elephants are the superheroes of the living world.

It's a phenomenon that has baffled...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture said it's buying 11 to 13 million gallons of milk from dairy farmers for $50 million and planning to send it to local food banks.

It's the first time the USDA...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- While still nominally allies, the U.S. and Turkey's relationship is continuing to fall apart amid new economic penalties in the continued fight over an American pastor detained in Turkey.

Andrew...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- Nearly 11 months after Hurricane Maria, 100 percent of the customers that lost power due to the storm have access to the grid as they now have electricity.

The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority...Read more

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