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Ariana Grande concert explosions: Police say 'number of confirmed fatalities'

Explosions at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England caused a "number of confirmed fatalities and others injured," police said late Monday.  Police statement on incident at Manchester Arena

Sinkhole opens outside of Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club

Sinkhole opens outside of Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File) A sinkhole opened outside of President Donald Trump'

WWII Navy veteran will finally be presented with Purple Heart in town ceremony

WWII Navy veteran, 95, will finally be presented with Purple Heart in town ceremony By Elizabeth Llorente Earl Harvey Hanson was on the USS Rich, pictured here, when it came under attack.  (Jack Smock

AIRPORT NIGHTMARE Aussie says she was strip-searched, sent home

Australian woman says she was detained at Hawaii airport, sent home after officials read her diary By Katherine Lam Molly Hill said she was in Hawaii to enjoy some time with her boyfriend when officials re

'WHO CAN WE TRUST?': DNC battles lawsuits stemming from 2016 race

DNC battling class-action suit alleging Sanders was robbed in 2016   By Jennifer G. Hickey July 28, 2016: Pro-Bernie Sanders protesters demonstrate outside the Democratic National Convention in Philadel

Billy Horschel beats Jason Day in playoff to win Byron Nelson

AP     (Photo: Raymond Carlin III, USA TODAY Sports)  IRVING, Texas (AP) — Billy Horschel had missed four straight cuts when he arrived at TPC Four Seasons, a course he wa

Ford set to fire CEO Mark Fields as shares founder: source

By Laurence Frost and David Shepardson | PARIS/DETROIT Ford Motor Co is expected to announce the departure of Chief Executive Mark Fields in a broad management shake-up, a company source said

CAPABLE MEANS? N. Korea insists it can now strike US bases, Japan

North Korea said Monday that it is ready to mass produce a new medium-range missile that has the capability of reaching Japan and major U.S. military bases after its latest launch it claimed confirmed the rocket’s

THE 'ULTIMATE DEAL'? Trump seeks to get started on Israel-Palestine peace

President Donald Trump will arrive in Israel Monday for the second leg of his inaugural foreign trip as chief executive facing several obstacles as he strives for an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal that has eluded so many

Trophy hunter dies after wounded elephant crushes him in Zimbabwe

A big game hunter died Friday in Zimbabwe when a member of his hunting group fired their gun at an elephant striking it and causing it to fall on him.  (Reuters) A big game hunter died Friday in Zimbabwe when a m

LeBron James continues to build legacy off the court

Jeff Zillgitt        (Photo: Andrew Weber, USAT) CLEVELAND – Forget LeBron James’ legacy on the court. In the big picture, his on-court achievements are note

FLEEIN' IRISH Notre Dame grads walk out on Pence speech

Vice President Mike Pence forged ahead Sunday with his University of Norte Dame commencement speech as some in attendance walked out, encouraging the graduates to keep their religious faith, value the freedom of speech a