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Rape allegation, race, glare of national media divide town

A small Idaho town is struggling with the national attention brought by reports that a black high school football player was raped by three teammates

Rep. DeSantis: Incentives for TSA to change are not as good

On 'Your World,' congressman sounds off about the agency as summer fliers brace for long lines

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Are Hot Dogs a Sandwich?

The age old question "Are hotdogs a sandwich?" has been answered by the good folks at Merriam-Webster. Hotdogs might technically be a sandwich, but the world does not agree. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.

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What To Expect From The 'Roots' Remake

A&E is airing a reboot of the iconic "Roots" miniseries, and this version is grittier and more realistic than the one that ran in 1977.

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North Korea Reportedly Tried To Launch Another Missile And Failed

South Korean officials told outlets the launch happened in the early morning hours on Tuesday local time.

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Lenovo’s WRITEit V 2.0 Turns Your Touch Screen Into A Canvas

Write on, draw, highlight, doodle or mark up anything on your screen with your pen or your finger. Works on all Lenovo touchscreen and pen-enabled devices.

Djokovic on center court at French Open after washout

With more bad weather expected Tuesday, French Open organizers are trying to get as many matches as possible out of the way before the rain

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Derek Dietrich Struck in Head by Foul Ball in Dugout

Marlins second baseman Derek Dietrich was struck by a ball while in the dugout and lifted from Sunday’s 7–3 win over the Braves.

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Stephen Hawking baffled by dynamics of Trump's popularity

Stephen Hawking says he can't explain the popularity of Donald Trump

Vigil Held At Cincinnati Zoo In Tribute To Slain Gorilla

Gorilla's killing at the Cincinnati Zoo provokes sadness and anger over his death.

Australia to sell bitcoins confiscated as proceeds of crime

An official says about $13 million in bitcoins will be auctioned in Sydney in June after Australian police confiscated the digital currency as proceeds of crime

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Driverless cars by 2020?

German auto supplier Bosch demonstrate the technology that they say will be a familiar sight on our roads in the not too distant future.

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