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'It's about time:' The 97-year history of Jack Johnson's quest for a pardon
Ignored by presidents for nearly a century, Trump finally responded to the heavyweight champion's 1921 plea for clemency.       
25.05.2018 23:55
North Korea's change of tone: Is Kim Jong Un in total control?
North Korea's turnaround on denuclearization might reflect disagreements within Kim Jong Un's government. Kim also has to placate the military, a powerful institution whose control extends throughout the country.       
25.05.2018 20:18
Not done yet: LeBron James forces Game 7 with historic performance in win over Celtics
LeBron James had 46 points, 11 rebounds, nine assists, three steals and one block and the Cavs now need one more win to advance to the NBA Finals.       
26.05.2018 06:19
USC president to step down amid scandal involving university gynecologist
USC's president will step down amid a raging sex scandal involving a school gynecologist who is accused of conducting inappropriate exams for decades.       
26.05.2018 04:40
Armed citizen who shot Oklahoma gunman told worried crowd, 'I'm here to help'
A man armed with a gun walked into Louie's On The Lake restaurant at the dinner hour and opened fire, wounding two customers, before being shot dead by two handgun-carrying citizens in the parking lot, police said.       
26.05.2018 02:48
Hugh Grant, 57, marries for the first time to girlfriend Anna Eberstein, reports say
The "Four Weddings and a Funeral" star wed television producer Anna Eberstein in a small ceremony Friday.       
26.05.2018 05:54
Infrared images reveal damage on Hawaii's Big Island
Stunning infrared satellite images help to better distinguish the lava fields and the areas that have been destroyed on Hawaii's Big Island.       
25.05.2018 23:59
Off-duty Texas deputy shot and killed by brother, an off-duty police officer, authorities say
It was originally reported that the officer shot a burglar, but investigators now believe there was no burglary and that the two men were brothers.       
26.05.2018 05:43
Kevin Love's status for Game 7 up in the air after head-to-head collision with Jayson Tatum
Kevin Love exited to the locker room after colliding head to head with Boston’s Jayson Tatum in the first quarter of Game 6.       
26.05.2018 06:20
Hillary Clinton says she is afraid of losing her country
"What is happening today goes to the heart of who we are as a nation," Clinton said. "I say this not as a Democrat who lost an election, but an American afraid of losing a country."       
26.05.2018 02:42
Teacher intervened to stop Noblesville, Indiana, school shooter, students and parents say
Students and parents said Friday that teacher Jason Seaman intervened to help stop the shooter at Noblesville West Middle School. “It’s not surprising, to be honest,” his brother Jeremy Seamon said. “He’s not really ever been the person to run away."       
25.05.2018 23:00
Publix suspends political donations amid anti-gun protest
Student activists from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School staged “die in” protests at two Publix stores Friday.       
26.05.2018 01:08
"I heard it die in my head": Roach lays egg in Florida man's ear
A roach crawled into the ear of Florida man Blake Collins' ear and laid an egg before an emergency doctor had to kill it with numbing medication. Said Collins, "I heard it die in my head."       
25.05.2018 21:49
Alicia Silverstone, husband Christopher Jarecki separate after 20 years together
The 'Clueless' star/vegan cookbook author and Christopher Jarecki, who married in 2005 and have a son, had been together for 20 years.       
27.02.2018 14:17
Navy graduates deride 'physical coward' Trump ahead of Academy commencement address
Two Naval Academy graduates said Trump, "time and again makes small choices guided by self-interest, ego, impulse and immediate self-gratification."       
26.05.2018 03:09
Trump Jr. upset with Instagram warning when searching his name
Donald Trump Jr. is unhappy with Instagram because he says the platformis including a warning message whenever his name is searched that posts including his name often "encourage" harmful behavior.       
26.05.2018 00:58
Student sues school over suspension for 'Trump Border Wall Construction Co.' T-shirt
An Oregon high school student says his First Amendment rights were violated when he was suspended for wearing a "Donald J. Trump Border Wall Construction Co." T-shirt to school.       
25.05.2018 21:38
Current, former NFL players push reform message: Break cycles of injustice at the voting booth
When it comes to dealing with police brutality, DA elections are important and cities like Sacramento are ground zero for the debate       
26.05.2018 05:53
Harvey Weinstein is the exception: Most accused of rape aren't charged
Until recently "very few, if any, of these men have faced any criminal consequences," said Roberta Kaplan, co-founder of the Times Up Legal Defense Fund. "That seems to be changing."       
25.05.2018 22:55
Wolfdog, direwolf or dogman? Mysterious wolf-like creature shot in Montana
"We have no idea what this was," said Bruce Auchly, from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. "Our game wardens went to investigate.       
25.05.2018 15:35
Saturday is most dangerous day of the week to drive; afternoon rush hour worse than morning
An analysis of NHTSA data finds that the number of car crash-related fatalities on Saturday is 53% higher than on Tuesday, the day with the least crash-related fatalities.       
26.05.2018 08:55
America’s applause for veterans often drowns out their words
For this Memorial Day, I hope that my documentary 'Going to War' could bridge the civilian-military divide that separates us.       
25.05.2018 11:00
Noblesville's school shooting survivors aren’t going to be the same after this
Santa Fe high school shot up last week. An Indiana middle school this week. This can't be the new normal. This can't be accepted.       
25.05.2018 19:39
I saw firsthand how West Bank Palestinians are treated like prisoners. Who will fix this?
The U.S. embassy move undermines peace efforts, as does the increase in West Bank settlers. Time is running out for solutions there and in Gaza.       
25.05.2018 14:35
Free speech on college campuses is making a comeback: Jeff Sessions
Under President Trump, the Justice Department is vigilant in defending the free speech rights of students across America and we are winning in court.       
25.05.2018 12:00
World watches as Ireland holds historic vote that could overturn strict abortion law
A 'Yes' vote to repeal Ireland's Eighth Amendment, which states that afetus has an equal right to life as the woman, would mean that Irish women would be able to get an abortion at up to 12 weeks of pregnancy.       
26.05.2018 00:40
Can you afford that new vehicle? 25 most expensive car models to insure
Car insurance premiums have risen sharply in recent years, increasing by 33% between 2010 and 2016. And the amount a typical American pays for car insurance depends on many factors, including driver age, driving record, and location.       
25.05.2018 16:22
Trump signs executive orders aimed at loosening clout of federal labor unions
In three executive orders signed before the Memorial Day holiday, Trump seeks to give agencies the upper hand in labor-management disputes.       
25.05.2018 22:25
How Washington Co. Oregon Sheriff's Office used Amazon's Rekognition tool
One way sheriff's deputies used Amazon software to find a female criminal via Facebook.       
25.05.2018 19:20

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