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Gary Johnson blows Donald Trump a kiss

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson explains why he thinks Donald Trumps' views on Mexican immigrants are racist and blows the presumptive GOP nominee a kiss.

Striking Verizon workers to return Wednesday; deal inked

A union says nearly 40,000 striking Verizon employees will return to work Wednesday after reaching a tentative contract agreement

Texas river expected to crest at record level Tuesday

Residents of some rural southeast Texas counties are bracing for more flooding on Monday along a river that is expected to crest at a record level

Closing arguments to begin in Peterson murder-for-hire trial

The murder-for-hire trial of former suburban Chicago police officer Drew Peterson is winding down

The Golden State Warriors Are Headed To The NBA Finals

The Golden State Warriors became the 10th team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 deficit to win the series.

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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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.

EU drug agency: Ecstasy is making a comeback among the young

The European Union's drug agency says ecstasy is becoming popular again, with online sales and targeted marketing helping to drive the revival among a new generation of users

Sentencing set for ex-Oklahoma reserve deputy in death

A judge is scheduled to sentence a former Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy who was convicted of second-degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of an unarmed suspect last year

NFL's Cam Newton brings Nickelodeon series to White House

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton scores for new Nickelodeon series that launches Friday

Eric Holder Gives Snowden Props For Performing A 'Public Service'

During a CNN podcast, the former attorney general said whistleblower Edward Snowden raised an important debate.

3.1 magnitude earthquake rattles parts of central Oklahoma

The U.S. Geological Survey says an earthquake has rattled central Oklahoma

Closing arguments Tuesday in federal terrorism trial

Closing arguments are scheduled to begin Tuesday in the trial of three Minnesota men accused of plotting to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group

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Some Airlines Don't Think Venezuela Is Worth The Trip

A drop-off in ticket demand is at least partially to blame.

How far can a North Korean missile reach?

U.S. officials say North Korea has been developing its mobile ballistic missile arsenal. Some of these missiles could reach as far as the U.S. capitol.

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

Deadly airstrikes near hospital in Syria

Grounds near a hospital and other locations have been hit in deadly airstrikes across the Syrian city of Idlib, where dozens have been killed. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.

Coincidence leads to an Arlington burial for WWII Marine

A New York Marine whose remains were discovered more than 70 years after he died in a Pacific battle is being buried at Arlington National Cemetery

Director: Zoo safe despite shooting of gorilla to save boy

The Ohio zoo where a gorilla was fatally shot to protect a 4-year-old boy who entered its exhibit says the zoo remains safe for the 1.6 million people who visit each year

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Verizon Workers Score Major Wins With The Deal To End Their Strike

After almost seven weeks, a union representing Verizon workers agreed in principle on a contract. Verizon made several major concessions in the deal.

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Former Chad President Sentenced To Life For Crimes Against Humanity

Hissène Habré was found guilty of torture, rape, war crimes and crimes against humanity.

UN: Sex transmission of Zika more common than first thought

The U.N. health agency says sexual transmission of Zika is more common than first thought

Body pulled from river dressed similar to murder suspect

Authorities have pulled a body from the Connecticut River in Gill dressed in a similar manner to a murder suspect thought to have jumped from an upstream bridge earlier this month