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Dallas Police Officer Could Face Stiffer Charge for Killing Unarmed Neighbor

A Dallas police officer stands charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a man she mistakenly thought was in her apartment, but a prosecutor would not rule out a more serious charge.

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Joe Biden Attacks Trump's Use of Power During LGBTQ Dinner Speech

When Joe Biden addressed the national dinner for the Human Rights Campaign on Saturday night, he found himself at a familiar juncture.

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Walmart Wants to Bring Its 'Everyday Low Prices' to Health Care

When most people think about health care, rarely do "discounts" and "low prices" come to mind. But Walmart is looking to change that. The retail behemoth, which markets itself as the leader in "Everyday Low Prices," is beefing up its presence in the health care sector.

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Arthur Mitchell, Co-founder of Dance Theatre of Harlem, Dies at 84

Arthur Mitchell, the trailblazing African-American dancer who called himself "the grandfather of diversity," has died, according to the Dance Theatre of Harlem's Facebook page.

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Tom Arnold files police report against Mark Burnett for battery

Actor Tom Arnold is accusing reality producer and MGM Television Chairman Mark Burnett of attacking him at a pre-Emmys party Sunday night. Arnold filed a police report for battery on Monday morning, LAPD Officer Jeff Lee told CNN. Arnold also sent CNN's Sara Sidner a text about the alleged altercation, writing of Burnett, "He's a psycho."

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Emmy Awards honor a mix of new shows and familiar favorites

There was something old, something new, something borrowed and a few losers blue at Monday's Emmy Awards. Television's biggest night offered familiar faces, several wins by newcomers and even a marriage proposal.

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'Captain Marvel' debuts first trailer

The first trailer for Marvel's first female led superhero film has arrived. The teaser for "Captain Marvel," which debuted on "Good Morning America" Tuesday, gave viewers an action-packed look at Brie Larson in the title role. The Oscar winning actress debuted the two-minute sneak peek from The Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C.

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'Black-ish' star Jenifer Lewis wore Nike on the red carpet to support Colin Kaepernick

"Black-ish" actress Jenifer Lewis wore a red and black Nike shirt on the Emmys red carpet Monday night as a message of support for the company's decision to promote Colin Kaepernick.

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Roseanne Barr says she knows fate of her character, but does she?

According to Roseanne Barr, her character on "The Conners" will be killed off in a sadly topical way. During a recent appearance on Brandon Straka's YouTube show "Walk Away," Barr appeared to spoil how ABC will deal with her firing.

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Victoria Beckham dancing to a Spice Girls song is a thing

She's reportedly not in on a Spice Girls reunion, but by God Victoria Beckham dancing in a club to "Spice Up Your Life" will do for now.

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Trump inflames war on Justice Dept. by declassifying Russia docs

President Donald Trump showed no signs of backing off his highly unprecedented order to declassify various documents and text messages related to the Russia investigation Tuesday, saying it wants it done for "transparency."

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Trump doesn't think the FBI should get involved in Kavanaugh allegation

President Donald Trump said Tuesday he does not believe the FBI should delve any further into the decades-old sexual assault allegation leveled against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, claiming the FBI does not want to be involved.

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Instagram just made it a lot easier to shop on the app

Instagram has long been a place where people seek fashion inspiration. But it hasn't always been easy to buy the looks you see. On Monday, the company announced new e-commerce tools, including the ability to shop items via Stories and the Explore page.

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He served 3.6 million free meals in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. Now he's feeding people hit by Florence

When disaster strikes, the Red Cross and the National Guard are always there to help. And these days, so is José Andrés.

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After Anthony Bourdain's death, 'Parts Unknown' enters uncharted territory

As someone most at home in a pair of broken-in jeans and a faded t-shirt, Anthony Bourdain once joked that putting on a suit to go to an awards show felt like making a court appearance.

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CNN Polls: Democrats hold the upper hand in Arizona, Tennessee Senate races

Democrats hold an advantage in two states that are critical to the party's chances of taking control of the US Senate, according to new CNN polls conducted by SSRS. The surveys show Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema and former Gov. Phil Bredesen leading their Republican opponents for open seats Arizona and Tennessee, where sitting Republican senators are retiring.

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Coke could make a move into cannabis-infused drinks

Coca-Cola is considering a move into the growing market for cannabis-infused drinks.

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Loaded handgun found in student's backpack at High School

A student was detained at Owasso High School on Monday morning after officials said a loaded handgun was found in his backpack. Officials said just after 8:45 a.m., a student reported to a counselor that the student thought a weapon had been seen in another student's backpack.

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Florence leaves 'a monumental disaster' in the Carolinas -- with more trouble to come

Even as Florence leaves the Carolinas, the floodwater and death toll keep rising. The storm once known as Hurricane Florence has already killed 20 people, trapped hundreds more and made parts of the Carolinas impassable. But forecasters say the worst flooding is yet to come.

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Why the Kavanaugh allegations come at the worst possible time for Republicans

The decision by Christine Blasey Ford to reveal her identity, days after reports that an anonymous woman had alleged she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in high school, is a total game-changer, not just for Kavanaugh's chances of making it to the nation's highest court but also for Republicans looking for some way -- any way -- to preserve their congressional majorities in exactly 50 days' time.

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Gowdy asks FEMA administrator for travel information

House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy asked FEMA administrator Brock Long on Monday for information and documents regarding Long's use of government property during personal trips since he has been head of the agency that manages disaster relief.

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Typhoon Mangkhut: Hong Kong in tatters; China evacuates millions

More than three million people have been moved to safety in southern China as Typhoon Mangkhut moved northward and continued to wreak havoc across the region.

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Household disinfectants could be making kids overweight, study says

Multi-surface cleaners and other commonly used household disinfectants could be making children overweight by altering the bacteria found in their guts, a new study published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal suggests.

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Emmy picks: 'The Americans,' 'Barry' and others that should win, but probably won't

The problem with saying who should win at the Emmys is that such choices inevitably come at the expense of someone else, who often will, and is just as deserving.

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Censoring 'Black-ish' was a craven move to satisfy Trump's base

"Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris is the latest public figure refusing to be owned by our current political climate. Like Colin Kaepernick, he will not sacrifice his voice to conform to a system that caters to President Donald Trump and his supposedly profitable fan base. Barris recently told The Hollywood Reporter he is departing ABC, a network the magazine describes as led by executives "forthright about their desire for more red-state programming since Trump's win," for Netflix.

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Yes, Trump can sink even lower than denying the death toll in Puerto Rico

Every time I think Donald Trump couldn't possibly sink lower, he proves me wrong. The most recent example? His completely made-up claim that the nearly 3,000 deaths in Puerto Rico caused by Hurricane Maria were, in essence, "fake news." First, President Trump tweeted on Thursday that, "3000 people did not die in the two hurricanes that hit Puerto Rico."

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The power of a named accuser: Kavanaugh's future now hangs in the balance

Brett Kavanaugh's accuser now has a name, and the Republican Party's bid to swiftly lift him onto the Supreme Court may be spinning out of control.

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These are the staggering numbers behind Florence's wrath

This nightmare called Tropical Depression Florence is far from over. "Many people who think that the storm has missed them have yet to see its threat," North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said. "This system is unloading epic amounts of rainfall -- in some places measured in feet, not inches."

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Amazon investigates claims that employees sold confidential data

Amazon is investigating allegations that some of its employees have offered to leak confidential information and delete negative product reviews in exchange for money.

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Residents can go home after Massachusetts explosions, but long road to 'normalcy' remains

Three Massachusetts cities are nearing a critical first step of recovery -- ensuring homes are safe and have power -- after a deadly series of fires and explosions last week, Gov. Charlie Baker said.

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Typhoon Mangkhut hits mainland China, lashes Hong Kong, dozens dead in Philippines

The world's strongest storm this year, Typhoon Mangkhut, continued its path of destruction across Southeast Asia over the weekend, reaching mainland China on Sunday afternoon after pummeling Hong Kong and killing dozens in the Philippines.

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Kavanaugh allegations revive fervor over crucial Supreme Court pick

Republicans and the White House are mounting a robust effort to shield Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh after an anonymous woman accused him of sexual misconduct in the 1980s, rocking his confirmation process.

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Pope defrocks Chilean priest amid sex abuse scandal

Pope Francis has expelled the Reverend Cristian Precht Bañados of Chile, according to a statement from the Archdiocese of Santiago.

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Hundreds are still trapped from Florence's flooding, and 'the worst is still yet to come'

Florence's merciless deluge has already killed 18, trapped hundreds and made parts of North and South Carolina impassable -- and authorities say the worst flooding is yet to come.

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Booker, Harris Emulate Obama, Clinton Using Senate Hearing As Presidential Launchpad

Eleven years after Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton used Senate hearings as an anti-Iraq war launchpad for their presidential ambitions, two Democratic senators are similarly seizing on the Supreme Court battle to play to the gallery of 2020 primary voters.

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More than a thousand flights canceled in advance of Hurricane Florence

More than a thousand flights have been canceled in advance of Hurricane Florence's arrival in the Carolinas, and operations at airports along the coast have been suspended as the region braces for impact.

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How well do you know your co-driver?

Rally driver Jari-Matti Latvala and his co-driver Miikka Anttila say they spend about 200 days a year together, and have done so for the last 15 years.

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Pope meets with leaders of US Catholic Church 'lacerated' by abuse scandal

Struggling to contain one of the most serious crises of his papacy, Pope Francis met Thursday in Rome with leaders of the American Catholic Church, the epicenter of a rapidly escalating clergy sex abuse scandal.

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Betsy DeVos loses lawsuit after delaying student loan protection rule

A federal judge ruled that the Betsy Devos-led Department of Education improperly delayed implementing a rule to give some student loan borrowers relief.

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Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos create $2 billion fund to fight homelessness

Jeff Bezos has revealed how he plans to donate part of his fortune. The Amazon CEO and his wife, MacKenzie, will commit $2 billion to fund existing nonprofits that help homeless families and to create a network of preschools in low-income communities. They call their project the "Bezos Day One Fund."

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Trump falsely claims nearly 3,000 Americans in Puerto Rico 'did not die'

Nearly 3,000 people died in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. President Donald Trump denied this reality as a hurricane barrels toward the Carolinas.

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Kofi Annan's widow bids farewell to an "extraordinary human being"

Kofi Annan, the former UN secretary-general and Nobel Peace Prize winner, has been laid to rest Thursday in his home country of Ghana.

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Donald Trump's hurricane tweets show he can always go lower

On Thursday morning, Donald Trump tweeted:

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Oprah Winfrey helps Freestore Foodbank volunteers make meals for Cincinnati school kids

Oprah Winfrey will help volunteers pack meals for school children on Tuesday.

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The woman who helped kidnap Elizabeth Smart will be released from prison

Elizabeth Smart said Tuesday that the Utah parole board's decision to release one of the people who abducted her was surprising and "incomprehensible."

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Sewage flowing from Mexico across U.S. border again after temporary solution fails

The flow of sewage from Mexico across the U.S. border near the Naco Point of Entry has started again after it was stopped around 11 a.m. Cochise County Sheriffs say the sewage is flowing west onto private property. They say work is ongoing to mitigate the flow. The public is advised to avoid the area. Health officers say there is no immediate threat to public health and are preparing to clean up the mess. Pre-evacuation orders for residents near the flow have been canceled.

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Sprint and T-Mobile merger just got hit with a delay

Sprint and T-Mobile will have to keep waiting. The Federal Communications Commission issued a letter on Tuesday stating that it needs more time to review the proposed merger between the two telecommunication companies.

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Billie Jean King: Serena was 'out of line,' but umpire 'blew it'

Speaking about Saturday's controversial US Open final, Billie Jean King, the tennis legend and equal rights advocate, told CNN's Christiane Amanpour that Serena Williams was "out of line," but umpire Carlos Ramos aggravated the situation.

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Declassification of Russia investigation materials poses a risky gambit for GOP

An outspoken bloc of House conservatives continues to call on President Donald Trump to declassify materials related to the Russia investigation as soon as this week, but their latest effort could backfire if it fails to confirm their allegations of serious misconduct, according to several current and former US officials.

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Chance the Rapper dodges question about Chicago mayoral run

On the red carpet for the premiere of his feature film debut, Chance the Rapper dodged WGN's questions about entering the Chicago mayoral race.

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