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Amtrak Derailment: Train Sideswiped NJ Transit at NY Penn Station

An Amtrak train traveling from Boston to Washington had a "minor" derailment Friday morning as it passed through New York Penn Station and sideswiped a NJ Transit train.

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US Officials: Info Suggests Trump Associates May Have Coordinated With Russians

The FBI has information that indicates associates of President Donald Trump communicated with suspected Russian operatives to possibly coordinate the release of information damaging to Hillary Clinton's campaign, US officials told CNN.

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5 Things for Friday, March 24, 2017: Health Care, Putin, ICE, London

Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

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A Year Ago, North Carolina Passed America's First Bathroom Bill. It's Still Feeling the Pain.

It's been one year since North Carolina became the first state to pass what we now know as a "bathroom bill."

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Florida Fire Started By Book Burning Destroys at Least 10 Homes

At least 10 homes in Nassau County, Florida, were destroyed in a wildfire caused by a man who was burning books Wednesday.

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5 Things for Thursday, March 23: London Attack, Russia, Health Care Bill

Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

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Trump's Wall Street Cop Is A Big Defender Of Wall Street

There's Volkswagen, which has pled guilty to criminal charges over cheating on emissions tests; Valeant, a drug maker accused of being the "Enron" of the pharma world for fraud; and Deutsche Bank, which has been charged in a $10 billion Russian money-laundering scheme;

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French Investigation Into Emissions Cheating Widens To Include Fiat Chrysler

The Paris prosecutor has opened an investigation into potential aggravated fraud at Fiat Chrysler, a spokesperson confirmed Wednesday.

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The 800+ Club: Secrets Of People With High Credit Scores

"A strong credit score is integral to borrowing at the most attractive terms," said Greg McBride, chief financial analyst at Bankrate. That means a high credit score can save you thousands of dollars in interest.

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Emirates President: 'Amazing' To Suggest Dubai Airport Is Not Safe

Speaking to CNNMoney a day after the U.S. banned passengers from bringing laptops and other large electronic devices on some flights from the Middle East and Africa, Clark said the U.S. must have "clear evidence" of a threat.

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The Wall Street Journal And Trump: A History Of Hostility

The Wall Street Journal editorial board's blistering rebuke of Donald Trump on Tuesday was only the latest chapter in an antagonistic relationship between the president and a usual standard-bearer of conservative media.

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Donald Trump Wants 4% GDP Growth. 3% Will Do

Even if the economy grows at a more modest 3% clip over the next few years, Trump will likely be able to take a victory lap.

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Sears Has 'Substantial Doubt' That It Can Survive

Sears Holdings, the holding company for the two iconic retail brands, warned investors late Tuesday that it can't promise it will stay in business.

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Starbucks To Add 240,000 Jobs worldwide by 2021

The company announced its plans for a hiring spree at its annual shareholders meeting Wednesday. It marks the final shareholder event that Howard Schultz will attend as CEO before he's replaced by Kevin Johnson on April 3.

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Wall Street Is Losing Faith In The Trump Agenda

Wall Street's faith in the fate of the Trump agenda has been shaken, if not shattered, by political reality.

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Police Stabbed Near UK Parliament in 'terror incident'

A police officer was stabbed and the assailant shot by police near the British Houses of Parliament, in what police are treating as a terrorist incident.

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Woman Dies After Drinking Poisonous Herbal Tea

A woman died after consuming poisonous herbal tea purchased in San Francisco's Chinatown, public health officials there announced Monday. They're urging people to throw away tea purchased from Sun Wing Wo Trading Company.

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9 Deaths and Rare Cancer Linked to Breast Implants, FDA Says

Nine deaths have been reported to the US Food and Drug Administration, stemming from a rare cancer that is associated with breast implants.

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Grieving Father: 'I don't play Trump songs anymore'

Last year, Kraig Moss sold the equipment for his construction business in upstate New York and stopped making mortgage payments so he could follow Donald Trump on the campaign trail.

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Fatma Samoura: 'Facelift' of FIFA's Male Hierarchy Is 'ongoing'

As FIFA's secretary general, Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura is one of the most powerful figures in world football.

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Petra Kvitova: 'Knife attack has changed my outlook on life'

Petra Kvitova says her perspective on life has changed since the knife attack that threatened to cut her tennis career short.

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Partisan Chasm Builds at Center of House Russia Investigation

The House Intelligence Committee's first open hearing on Russia exposed a partisan rift between the committee's Republicans and Democrats that threatens to only grow bigger as they dig deeper into the possible ties between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian operatives.

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Buffalo Buyoff? Provision Added to Health Bill Targets New York Lawmakers

The Buffalo Buyoff? The Tammany Haul? The Albany Kickback? While there is no clear quid pro quo, you can bet Democrats are whetting their rhetorical rapiers to argue that a provision that may be tucked into the Republicans' plan to repeal Obamacare is aimed at a specific group of lawmakers from a specific state.

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Sen. Mark Warner: We have to talk to Paul Manafort

Virginia Sen. Mark Warner pledged on Tuesday that he would press President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort for answers.

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White House: Trump Will Attend NATO Leaders Meeting in May

US President Donald Trump will attend a NATO leaders' summit scheduled for May, the White House has confirmed.

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Family of Missing Former FBI Agent Sues Iran for Kidnapping and Torture

The family of a former FBI agent who disappeared in Iran a decade ago is suing the country, according to court documents obtained by CNN.

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Gorsuch: Criticism of Judges -- Including Trump's -- 'disheartening'

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch criticized Tuesday President Donald Trump's attacks on the federal judge who blocked his administration's travel ban, saying for the first time publicly that he found them "disheartening" and "demoralizing."

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WSJ Editorial: Most Americans May Conclude Trump 'fake president'

President Donald Trump's repeated lack of "respect for the truth" puts him in jeopardy of being viewed as "a fake President," The Wall Street Journal editorial board says.

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'All hands on deck' for GOP, Trump as Health Care Vote Approaches

President Donald Trump warned his fellow Republicans of big losses at the ballot box if they fail to repeal and replace Obamacare.

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Which Republicans Are Opposing the Obamacare Repeal Bill?

The House Republican bill to repeal Obamacare hangs in a delicate balance as concerned GOP lawmakers publicly come out to express their opposition to the legislation.

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Manafort Pushes Back On Report He Worked to Help Putin's Government

President Donald Trump's former campaign chief Paul Manafort pushed back Wednesday on a report that he earned millions of dollars to push Russian government interests around the world.

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Neil Gorsuch Faces Third Day Before Congress

Neil Gorsuch sits down Wednesday for his third day of confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee, following an 11-hour marathon session the day before.

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Philadelphia DA Indicted On Bribery, Fraud Charges

The district attorney of Philadelphia was charged Tuesday with 23 counts of taking bribes of cash, vacations and a car, and of using money meant to pay a relative's nursing home bill for his own needs, federal officials said.

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Police: At Least 40 People Watched Teen's Sexual Assault On Facebook Live

Chicago Police are searching for as many as six people involved in the sexual assault of a teenage girl that was broadcast on Facebook Live, a police spokesman said.

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Tennessee Manhunt: Suspect Researched Teen Marriage, Officials Say

A Tennessee teacher who authorities believe abducted a student had conducted research on teen marriage, authorities told HLN on Tuesday night.

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Chuck Barris, TV Game Show Creator and Host, Dies at 87

Chuck Barris, best known as host of the TV series "The Gong Show" and creator of "The Dating Game" and "The Newlywed Game," died Tuesday.

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Officials: Smugglers Use Tricycle, Fox Urine to Move Drugs Across the Country

Authorities are detailing the great lengths suspected drug smugglers went to in order to conceal their operation after $4.1 million in cash and more than six pounds of heroin were seized by federal agents at a New York storage facility over the weekend.

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Dakota Access Pipeline Vandalized Before It Comes Online

With the Dakota Access Pipeline nearly ready to start operation, the company that runs it says the 1,172-mile long oil pipe has been vandalized in several places.

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Undocumented Immigrant Accused In Alleged Rape of Classmate

News that one of the two Maryland high school students accused of raping a schoolmate was allegedly in the country unlawfully has caught the attention of the White House.

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5 Things for Wednesday, March 22: Gorsuch, Gadget Ban, North Korea

Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

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R&B Artist Farida Slams Trump's Travel Ban: The Damage Has Been Done

President Donald Trump's latest travel ban, which temporarily bars refugees and people from six majority-Muslim countries from entering the country, has reinforced negative stereotypes about Arabs and Muslims, according to R&B artist Farida.

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Tillerson to Skip NATO Meeting

In a move that could puzzle international allies of the United States, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is not only skipping a NATO meeting in Brussels next month but also heading to Moscow.

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Aaron Hernandez's Attorney: Key Witness Made Up Spilled Drink Story

"My question to you, sir, is: Who are you really?" So began the defense's cross-examination on Tuesday of Alexander Bradley, a former friend of Aaron Hernandez and the central witness in the double-murder trial against the former NFL star.

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4-year-old Boy, Thrift-store Shopping With His Grandma, Accidentally Hangs Himself In A Dressing Room

It's an unspeakable tragedy that happened in the most mundane of places -- a thrift store dressing room.

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Penn State Scandal: Ex-president On Trial In Alleged Jerry Sandusky Cover-up

Five years after former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted of molesting young boys, Penn State's former president will stand trial, accused of helping to cover up Sandusky's crimes.

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Trump's Make-Or-Break Day On Health Care

The President met with House Republicans rally reluctant lawmakers to get behind legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare. His message: you could lose your seats if you don't vote for the bill.

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FBI: Trump Campaign, Russia Ties Investigated, No Wiretap Evidence Found

Comey also delivered an implicit rebuke to President Donald Trump, saying that he had "no information" to support claims by the President that he was wiretapped on the orders of predecessor Barack Obama.

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Trump Credits His Twitter Wrath For Kaepernick's Unemployment

While talking to the crowd in Louisville, Kentucky, about the nation's urban communities, Trump swerved in midstream and cited a report that NFL owners were avoiding hiring Kaepernick because they did not want to face Trump's Twitter wrath.

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Joey Badass Gets Political: There's A Silver lining to the Trump presidency

For Joey Badass, there are three K's and two A's in America and in the land of the free, not everyone is liberated.

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How Trump And Ryan Are Working With GOP Moderates On Health Care

Mast got to discuss his concerns about how the bill would impact the large senior population in his district directly with President Donald Trump and White House chief of staff Reince Priebus on the flight down to West Palm Beach.

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