Days before President Trump and Kim Jong Un are to meet in Vietnam, satellite images show no river ice downstream from the key North Korean facility at Yongbyon — a sign the reactor may be running.
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Caleb Schwab, 10, was decapitated in 2016, when the raft he was riding down the Verrückt waterslide went airborne and hit a metal pole. The slide was the tallest in the world when it opened in 2014.
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New security measures limiting access to military records may prevent the Census Bureau from accurately counting service members, according to a newly released internal memo obtained by the NAACP.
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Now that women serve in combat roles, it's no longer justified to exclude them from draft requirements, a federal judge ruled. The case was brought by a men's advocacy group.
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Some employers are offering benefits that pay down student loans. They say it's a popular way to recruit younger workers who are struggling with college debt.
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Emotions circulate through social networks — the good, bad and ugly. And these days the feeling that seems most viral is anger. Sometimes it takes just one act of kindness to stop the vicious cycle.
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This week, the newly-constituted conservative Supreme Court majority will weigh how to the federal government should treat religious symbols paid for with taxpayer funds.
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A decade after Sig Sauer inked a deal to sell up to $306 million worth of pistols to Colombia's National Police, company CEO Ron Cohen is facing jail time in Germany for making the sale.
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Presidential candidates like Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris and Amy Klobuchar are giving details of their health care proposals, the first big issue where 2020 hopefuls are differentiating themselves.
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The man allegedly pulled out a gun and tried to hijack the plane shortly after takeoff. After the aircraft made an emergency landing, military commandos shot and killed him.
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Sunday night's Oscars were the first in a long while to go without a host. It didn't stop the accolades from coming, though, and the kinda sorta part-true Green Book won best picture.
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