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Sanders snags key endorsement
From 'Tippecanoe' to 'Yes We Can'
Man mocks gators, jumps in, dies
Men throw acid into girls' faces
Big upset at hot dog contest
Fireworks hit crowd; 9 hurt
FBI: Inmate had 5 kids with guards
Tunisia leader: Attack crippled us
'Star Trek' actor regrets remark
Reddit revolts after key figure fired
Michael Douglas' mother dies
Girl found dead in garbage bag
Tunisia declares emergency
Suspect pulls BB gun on cops
Hillary Clinton comforts gay boy
Boko Haram kills 'scores' in attacks
Was America meant to be Christian?
N. Korean scientist: 'Trust us'
Suspect weeps in front of judge
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Made in America: These things still are
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How combat veterans cope with fireworks
What are those black spots on Pluto?
The week in 43 photos
F-16 fighter blasts drone from sky
Breathtaking ruins of Soviet space program
Romney: Trump is hurting GOP
Barack Obama gets his groove back
Whites see pride where blacks see racism
American public opinion on the Confederate flag remains about where it was 15 years ago, with most describing the flag as a symbol of Southern pride more than one of racism, according to a new CNN/ORC poll. And questions about how far to go to remove references to the Confederacy from public life prompt broad racial divides.Sat, 04 Jul 2015 15:19:58 EDT
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Secret spending gets harder in 2016
Has Katy Perry met her match?
How Texas is taking away my liberty
The real reason for more shark bites
Where are America's memorials to pain of slavery?
Celebrating 4th like this could get you shot
Brandon Yam has lived with a bullet lodged in his brain for a year now. The 48-year-old father of four is unable to work and has to cope with frequent headaches, partial paralysis, a poor memory, and needing a wheelchair to go longer distances. Unfortunately, this July 4 weekend could see more people suffering a similar fate to Brandon -- when they are injured by a bullet that literally falls out of the sky.Sat, 04 Jul 2015 16:14:13 EDT
Cop beating caught on camera
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Fact-checking Trump's immigration comments
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Man mocks gators, jumps in water, dies
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Former CNNers survive motel gunfight
Fans to get chance to see Princess Charlotte
Black churches, fires and fear
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New Bubble Wrap has no pop
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