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Obama in Hiroshima calls for 'world without nuclear weapons'

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Barack Obama on Friday became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima, where he called for a "world without nuclear weapons" during his remarks at the city's Peace Memorial Park.


Trump says he will not debate Sanders

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Donald Trump on Friday said he would not debate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders because it would be "inappropriate" to square off against the candidate who currently trails Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary fight.

"Based on the fact that the Democ...


Rubio: I'd 'maybe' run for re-election if friend wasn't

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Marco Rubio said he would consider running for re-election to the Senate if Florida's lieutenant governor, a close friend of his, had not entered the race to succeed him.

Rubio, who said last year while he was running for president that he would not s...


Pentagon denies special forces fighting front lines in Syria

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The Pentagon has pushed back on assertions that U.S. special operations forces were fighting ISIS fighters on the front lines alongside the Syrian forces they are advising.

Agence France-Presse published photos Thursday that the news agency says are U...


Trump's Veepstakes: Who is Michael Flynn?

Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn

Donald Trump, in dropping hints about his potential running mate, has said that he is looking for a "political person" who could help him with the workings of Congress. A top aide, Corey Lewandowski, has said the pick will have "federal legislative e...


Donald Trump under oath: Trump University's promises crumble

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The ads for his university were classic Donald Trump -- Trump stares into the camera and proclaims: "We're going to have professors and adjunct professors that are absolutely terrific people, terrific brains, successful. We are going to have the best...


Atlantic City rescue bills go to Christie for approval

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As Atlantic City teeters on the edge of bankruptcy, officials in New Jersey have reached a deal to keep the town up and running -- for a while, anyway.


Mississippi town's views on desegregation ruling aren't so black and white

Your Class of 2016 from Cleveland, Mississippi's East Side High, the target of a federal desegregation ruling

A short jaunt east of the former railroad tracks that used to divide black and white in this town, you could hear cousins Lindell Little and Vell Mays cutting up as Little worked on his bicycle.


Judge bars release of deposition video in Clinton emails case

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A federal judge backed a request by one of Hillary Clinton's top aides from her time at the State Department to prevent video of her testimony in ongoing legal proceedings from being released to the public.


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