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What Libertarian Gary Johnson Believes in 2 minutes

Not a Republican; not a Democrat. Gary Johnson on the what makes the Libertarian Party different.

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Multiple fatalities reported in West Virginia flooding

A West Virginia official says multiple fatalities have been reported in flooding that has devastated parts of the state

The Latest: Crews step up fight against Colorado blaze

Firefighters are clearing brush and wetting grass on the edges of a forest near the Colorado-Wyoming border where a blaze has burned 8 square miles

The Latest: Pastor talks about boy who died in flooding

A church pastor says an 8-year-old boy who fell into Big Wheeling Creek during the West Virginia floods was near the water because he wanted to catch crawdads

Gun Owners In Hawaii Will Now Be Registered With The FBI

The law is part of a trio of gun control measures signed by Hawaii Gov. David Ige this week.

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Poll Says Blondes Are More Likely To Cheat

Could blondes be more likely to cheat on a spouse? TC Newman has the details on a new poll.

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World Leaders Sound Off About The Brexit

How world leaders reacted to the news that the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union.

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The Latest: Britain's EU vote likely to cost Cameron his job

Britain's vote to leave the 28-nation European Union is likely to cost Prime Minister David Cameron his job

Sheriff: Texts show suspect in deputy death plotting crimes

A Louisiana sheriff says phone-text evidence shows the suspect in the shooting death of a deputy had been plotting other crimes

New Study Shows Losing A Pet As Hard As A Family Member

The loss of an animal can have as profound an effect as the death of a human family member. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details of a new study.

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House ethics panel finds no wrongdoing by GOP Rep. Buchanan

House Ethics Committee ends a four-year probe into Republican congressman Vern Buchanan of Florida, finding no evidence that the lawmaker violated House rules

Obama's Monumental Move To Honor LGBTQ Rights

President Barack Obama announced Friday that New York City's Stonewall Inn is now a national monument.

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Jury convicts man linked by DNA to woman's slaying in 1984

Officials say a 58-year-old man has been found guilty of first-degree murder in a Washington woman's 1984 slaying after DNA evidence linked him to the crime

Bernie Sanders says he will vote for Hillary Clinton

Asked if he would vote for Hillary Clinton in November, Bernie Sanders, who has not formally ended his own campaign for the White House, says in a TV interview, "Yes." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Global stocks tumble after Britain votes to leave the EU

US stocks are taking hefty losses after Britain's unprecedented vote to leave the European Union rocked world financial markets

Georgia sets execution for man convicted of killing friend

Georgia plans to execute a man convicted of killing a friend after a night of drinking and smoking marijuana

We Can't Defeat The Robots; We Can Only Slow Them With Banana Peels

Robots still lack some subtle and not-so-subtle abilities we humans take for granted, but that might not always be the case.

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Donald Trump on Brexit: People want their country back

Donald Trump says many of the reasons that the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union are the same ones responsible for the support that swept him to the top of the GOP polls.

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Obama to encourage international entrepreneurs to think US

President Barack Obama is in Silicon Valley to address a conference for aspiring entrepreneurs

German MEP on Brexit: The UK cannot pick and choose

"We need a clean cut as soon as possible and build new relations in a constructive way," German MEP Elmar Brok tells Christiane Amanpour.

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Settlement reached in lawsuit over Alamo library items

A group that served as guardian of the Alamo for more than a century and the Texas General Land Office have settled a dispute over ownership of about 38,000 books and artifacts that had been kept at the Texas shrine

Gangster James "Whitey" Bulger's belongings to be auctioned

Items owned by Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger are going on the auction block Saturday as the federal government attempts to raise money for the families of Bulger's victims

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Should prosecutors press on despite rulings in Gray case?

Is it ethical for Baltimore's top prosecutor, who staked her reputation on charging six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, to keep trying for a conviction

So Many International Players Got Picked In The NBA Draft

The NBA Draft set a record for most international players taken in the first round. Whether that's a good thing depends on who you ask.

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NYPD Drives The Rainbow In Honor Of Gay Pride

The NYPD chose an unusual way to celebrate Gay Pride Weekend in New York City. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) shows their moving message for Orlando.

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