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Gov't announces arrests of members of neo-Nazi group
The arrests come as the bureau has put a spotlight on neo-Nazi groups.
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Police respond to active shooting near MillerCoors offices
Police in Milwaukee have responded to an active shooting situation near the MillerCoors headquarters.
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Murder trial begins for American teens accused of killing Italian cop
Americans Gabriel Christian Natale-Hjorth, 19, and Finnegan Elder, 20, stand trial for murdering an Italian police officer in July.
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Pelosi urges Democratic unity amid Sanders' campaign surge
"We cannot show any division."
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Emmett Till bill making lynching a federal crime passes House
The Emmett Till bill to make lynching a federal hate crime passed the House.
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Husband of mom arrested in missing Idaho kids case speaks out
Chad Daybell, husband of Lori Vallow in the missing Idaho kids case, speaks out.
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Mom of missing toddler arrested for allegedly filing false police report
The mother of a missing 15-month-old girl in Tennessee has been arrested, authorities said.
Suspect in mother, son double murder ID'd with genealogy databases
Jonathan Hurst, 51, faces two counts of first-degree murder for the Aug. 2016 killings of Patricia Wilson, 85, and her son Robert Wilson, 64.
Facebook cracking down on ads that guarantee coronavirus cure
Facebook announced it was cracking down on ads that guarantee a cure, create a sense of urgency, or otherwise attempt to cash-in on the outbreak.
New proposal for income-based parking ticket fines in Boston
Councilor Julia Mejia introduced legislation to help low-income families with an idea for income-adjusted parking violations.
Louisiana governor: Judge should resign after racial slurs
Gov. John Bel Edwards is calling on a Louisiana judge to resign after she admitted to using racial slurs in angry text messages
Man dies after being zipped into suitcase, girlfriend arrested
Sarah Boone was arrested for second-degree murder for Jorge Torres Jr.'s death.
Coronavirus live updates: Brazil confirms 1st case in Latin America
An American soldier based in South Korea has become the first U.S. service member to be diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.
Joe Biden secures endorsement from influential South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn
Influential South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn announced Wednesday that he is endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden ahead of the Palmetto State's primary on Saturday.
Trump announces news conference on coronavirus with CDC after days of mixed messages
President Donald Trump announced he will hold a news conference at the White House on the coronavirus with CDC representatives at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Winter storm marching across the country, moving into Northeast late Wednesday
As a winter storm moves across the country, more than 2 feet of snow fell in western South Dakota, and more than a foot in central Kansas.
Can Bernie be stopped? Some Democratic donors are trying
Nervous Democrats who never thought Bernie Sanders had a chance of winning the 2020 primary are now asking the party's big-dollar donors to open their wallets to stop him
Video-game therapy may help treat ADHD, study finds
About 4.4% of people in the U.S. have been diagnosed with ADHD.
4 universities cancel study abroad programs in Italy because of coronavirus
NYU students will continue classes online after a confirmed case in Florence.
Massive refinery fire temporarily shuts down major highway
A major refinery fire in Carson, California, temporarily shut down the 405 Freeway in both directions late Tuesday night.
Grandfather charged in granddaughter's cruise ship death accepts plea deal
The grandfather accused of dropping his granddaughter from an 11th floor window of a cruise ship docked in Puerto Rico last year is accepting a plea deal.
5 key takeaways from the South Carolina Democratic debate
Seven Democratic candidates took the debate stage Tuesday in South Carolina.
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Sanders poised to be top target at debate amid newly solidified front-runner status
Seven Democrats are poised to face off in the 10th primary debate, including front-runner Bernie Sanders and billionaire Mike Bloomberg, in his second debate appearance.
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Robert Iger, longtime Disney chief, steps down as CEO
Robert Iger, the Walt Disney Company's longtime CEO, is leaving his post, the company announced Tuesday.
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Pompeo: US, Taliban deal 'historic opportunity,' but women's rights up to Afghans
"So far," a deal among the U.S., the Taliban and the Afghan government
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Both GOP and Democratic lawmakers slam Trump admin as unprepared for coronavirus
Both Democrats and Republicans hammered Trump administration officials on Tuesday as unprepared and asking for too little money to deal with the coronavirus crisis.
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Study begins in US to test possible coronavirus treatment
The first clinical trial in the U.S. of a possible coronavirus treatment is underway in Nebraska and is eventually expected to include 400 patients at 50 locations around the world
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Donald Trump accuses Supreme Court justices of bias in first attack as president
President Trump demanded that two sitting Supreme Court justices recuse from all Trump-related matters, insisting without evidence that they have treated him unfairly.
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Pompeo accuses China and Iran of censoring information about coronavirus outbreaks
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday accused China and Iran of censoring information about coronavirus outbreaks, risking a worldwide spread.
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Dow Jones plunges for 2nd straight day on coronavirus fears
The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered a second consecutive day of losses Tuesday.
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