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Starbucks founder decries violence after…

Starbucks founder and chairman Howard Schultz has told employees that bigotry, hatred and senseless acts of violence against "people who are not white" cannot stand

The Latest: Russia blocks white supremacist…

Russia's state communications watchdog has quickly blocked the U.S. white supremacist website that demonized the woman killed while protesting a white nationalist rally last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia

5 missing after Army helicopter crashes in ocean…

A multi-agency team scoured the ocean off Hawaii for five soldiers aboard an Army helicopter that went down during a nighttime training exercise

Geraldo Rivera: Erasing of history is very…

Talk radio host Larry Elder and Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera react on 'Hannity' to the push to remove monuments

Herman Cain: Media dividing the nation with…

Fox News contributor speaks out on 'Hannity'

Education activist Malala Yousafzai to study at Oxford

Education activist Malala Yousafzai has gained a place at the University of Oxford

Confederate flag stolen from public park in Georgia

A Confederate flag has been stolen from a public park in a Georgia city

See the future of Firefox now

Mozilla is working on a major overhaul of its web browser. It's official release is still months away, but you can take Firefox 57 for a spin today.

Australia senator wears burka in parliament

The leader of Australia's far-right One Nation party, Pauline Hanson, has faced criticism after wearing a burka in the nation's Senate.

The New York Times - Trump Dumps Another…

From The New York Times: When President Trump refused to unequivocally denounce white supremacists on Tuesday, he stepped away from what U.S. presidents have seen as crucial to their job: setting a moral course for the nation.By: By MARK LANDLER and AINARA TIEFENTHÄLER. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2v31HAb

Flashback: Trump Says He'd 'Negotiate Like Crazy…

In a 1999 interview on Meet the Press, Donald Trump described how he would handle North Korea if he was elected president.

Could Aliens Destroy Earth By Using Maps Sent To…

One of the scientists who helped design maps to show Earth’s location 40 years ago, is saying they could be dangerous for humankind. Jose Sepulveda (@josesepulvedatv) has more.

The Latest: Trump assails 'publicity seeking…

President Donald Trump has taken a swipe at a fellow Republican, calling Sen. Lindsey Graham a "publicity seeking" lawmaker

Sentence next for Chicago activist with US immigration crime

A Chicago Palestinian activist is returning to Detroit for a final court hearing before she's eventually deported for concealing her convictions in two Jerusalem bombings

Australian senator wears burqa to parliament in…

Pauline Hanson got a furious rebuke from Australian Attorney-General George Brandis for appearing in parliament dressed in a burqa in an attempt to get the garment banned.

Wal-Mart tops Street 2Q forecasts

Wal-Mart Stores posts 2Q profit, results top Wall Street estimates

Security threat leads Florida to cancel prison visitation

Prison officials in Florida cited a security threat in canceling visitation at all of its 149 facilities

Terrorism And Civil Unrest Make Some Cities In…

Cities in Australia and Canada dominate the list for "most livable" cities in the world.

Turner is latest to plan sports streaming service

Turner is the latest TV company to plan a sports streaming app as traditional television companies chase millennial audiences

Suspect falls to death from atop crane at Los…

A suspected car thief has fallen to his death after climbing a tall loading crane over the Port of Los Angeles

The Latest: Peaceful candlelight vigil moves…

Hundreds of people have gathered on the University of Virginia campus for a peaceful candlelight vigil against hate and violence days after Charlottesville erupted in chaos during a white nationalist rally

National Park Service ends ban on disposable…

National Park Service officials say they will discontinue the agency's policy encouraging U.S. national parks to eliminate the sale of disposable plastic water bottles years after first implementing the ban