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More than 5,000 water systems in violation of rules

Eighteen million Americans live in communities where the water systems are in violation of federal lead rules. CNN Correspondent Sara Ganim reports.

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Supreme Court ruling imperils abortion laws in many states

By striking down tough abortion restrictions in Texas, the U.S. Supreme Court has emboldened abortion-rights activists nationwide and imperiled the viability of a range of anti-abortion laws in other states

Pilot, bystander hurt after plane crash-lands in Detroit

Authorities say a small plane has crashed in Detroit, leaving the pilot injured along with a person on the ground who was struck by a power line the aircraft brought down

Flooded business also planning victims' funerals

Like others in Rainelle, West Virginia, Pamela Wallace Arnold is cleaning up from West Virginia's worst flooding in decades _ and also preparing to help bury the dead

Scientists Come Up with Shampoo Bottle That Empties Every Last Drop

Scientists have developed plastic bottles where your shampoo, conditioner, and soap won't stick. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details on this useful new invention.

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Scottish First Minister Says Scotland Might Be Able To Stop Brexit

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon thinks Scotland could stop the Brexit, or at least leave the U.K. to stay in the EU.

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Lively video captures Zimbabwe police shutting down protest

Activists protested in the lobby of the $400-a-night luxury hotel where Zimbabwe's vice president has been living for 18 months

Man accused of killing pregnant Florida teen 4 years later

Four years after a pregnant Florida teenager went missing, police in St. Petersburg have made an arrest

College Creating Its Own Homemade Lava

The University at Buffalo is creating its own lava to study the interaction between the hot stuff and water. Produced by Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones).

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Justices to hear dispute over deaf driver education in Texas

The Supreme Court is taking up a dispute involving deaf people in Texas who say driver instruction schools in the state won't let them take classes needed to get a driver's license

Gay Couples Seeking Marriage Have One Less Hurdle In Mississippi

A federal judge ruled that Mississippi clerks won't be allowed to recuse themselves from providing same-sex couples with marriage certificates.

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Metro to cut 500 jobs to save money

Metro's general manager says he will cut 500 jobs from the struggling transit agency to save money

Legendary basketball coach Pat Summitt dies

The winningest coach in U.S. Division 1 college basketball history, Pat Summitt, died on Tuesday after a battle with early onset 'Alzheimer's Type' dementia. Jillian Kitchener reports.

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US consumer confidence rises to highest level since October

U.S. consumer confidence rose this month to the highest level since October, a private survey says

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Prosecutors ask for mitigating factors in church shooting

Federal prosecutors in South Carolina want to know what mitigating factors the defense plans to present during the sentencing phase of the death penalty trial of accused Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof

Legendary coach Pat Summitt dies

Pat Summitt, who built the University of Tennessee's Lady Volunteers into a perennial power on the way to becoming the winningest coach in the history of major college basketball, died at the age of 64.

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Clinton to offer debt forgiveness to young entrepreneurs

Clinton set to propose allowing student loan payments to be deferred as part of technology agenda

Tourists flock to Africa to relax

In 2013, travelers spent billions of dollars on spa vacations in sub-Saharan Africa. The continent's leader? South Africa.

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US judge who sentenced ex-Detroit mayor reflects on case

A federal judge who in 2013 sentenced Kwame Kilpatrick to 28 years in prison says she has no regrets but feels bad for the former Detroit mayor's family

Deadly railroad crossing was eyed for safety improvements

A railroad crossing in southern Colorado where five family members, including three young girls, were killed when an Amtrak train slammed into their minivan had been targeted for safety improvements since 2013

Justice quest goes on after 'Freedom Summer' court cases end

With criminal charges ruled out in the 1964 killings of three civil rights workers in Mississippi's Neshoba County, the community and state are left with harder ways to pursue justice in the case

Facebook Post Saves 13 Animals From Terrible Owner

A woman saved the lives of 13 animals after posting photos of their mistreatment on Facebook.

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Religions Are Putting Aside Their Differences For Ramadan

Ramadan is a Muslim holiday, but other religious groups around the globe are helping celebrate.

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Hyena mauls boy in South African wildlife park

Hyena mauls 15-year-old boy in South Africa's Kruger National Park, sinking its teeth into the youth's face as he slept in a tent

Kentucky holds hearing on proposed health overhaul

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's administration is holding its first public hearing on his proposal to overhaul the state's Medicaid program