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Donald Trump: ISIS has the oil in Libya

At a rally in Fresno, California, Donald Trump asks why the United States wasn't bombing Libya because "ISIS has the oil" there.

Slaying suspects attended same California school as victim

Authorities say two people arrested in the slaying of a Northern California high school student and the wounding of another attended the same school as the victims

Cave escape: Rushing water, sucking mud and pitch black

A group of college students at risk of being trapped by flash flooding on a field trip adventure inside a Kentucky cave waded through neck-deep water to get to safety

The Latest: Fishermen helped save pilots after jets crashed

One of the fishermen who helped rescue navy pilots whose fighter jets crashed off North Carolina says it's "remarkable" they survived with only minor injuries

41 Secret Service Employees Disciplined For Violating Privacy Laws

The Department of Homeland Security is disciplining dozens of Secret Service workers who illegally accessed a rejected job application.

Amazing Company Perk Has Employees Saying 'I Do'

One company is changing the way we think of employee benefits! TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details.

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This Canadian Kitchen Is Opening Its Doors To Syrian Refugees

The Depanneur, a culinary lab in Toronto, invites Syrian refugees to cook their native cuisine and share a taste of home with others.

Catholic priest says Colombia rebels free Spanish journalist

A Roman Catholic priest says the National Liberation Army has freed a Spanish journalist who went missing a week ago in a lawless region of Colombia

Media groups continue arguing for bridge conspirator list

Lawyers for media organizations have filed more arguments as they seek access to a list of unindicted co-conspirators in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case

World's Top Geneticists To Test for Yeti DNA

A TV show that's about to air will show the world's top geneticists as they attempt to use DNA evidence to determine if Yeti's are real. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the story.

US orders troops in Syria to remove Kurdish insignia

The U.S. says American special operations troops were not authorized to wear the patches of Kurdish forces while advising them in Syria and have been told to remove them

Credit-Card Skimmer Thefts At Wal-Mart Could've Been Easily Avoided

Thieves recently placed devices that can steal credit card data in self check-out stations at two Wal-Mart locations.

16-year-old arrested in Florida school bathroom sex incident

A Florida sheriff's office has arrested a 16-year-old high school football player in connection with a 15-year-old girl having sex with multiple boys in a public school bathroom

Wall St. pauses after two-day run

Wall Street held steady on Thursday after a couple of days of solid gains. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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Charges filed in shooting of 2-year-old Detroit girl

Charges have been filed in the shooting of a 2-year-old Detroit girl who suffered significant head injuries

'Dallas' Star Larry Hagman Asked Daughter For Forgiveness On Death Bed

The daughter of "Dallas" star Larry Hagman recounts what it was like to grow up with her TV star father, who she says abused drugs and alcohol.

How bugs become superbugs

CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains how superbugs are formed when bacteria become resistant to antibiotics.

NIH experts question fed study linking cell phones to tumors

National Institutes of Health expert reviewers find flaws in the agency's new study linking cell phones to brain tumors in male rats

How does Trump really feel about China?

CNN's Clare Sebastian looks beyond the controversial comments to understand what Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump really thinks about China.

US economy grew at 0.8 percent rate in first quarter

US economy grew at revised 0.8 percent rate in Q1, with less drag from trade and investment

El Faro's loss described as 'colossal' management failure

The U.S. Coast Guard ended a second round of investigative hearings into the sinking of the freighter El Faro during which the disaster was characterized by one investigator as "a colossal failure" of management

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Teen cancer survivor's wish to walk at graduation denied

A suburban Phoenix high school didn't allow a student who was diagnosed with cancer but worked to keep up with classes through treatment to walk with his graduating class

The Biggest Flaw In 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Seems To Be Apocalypse Himself

Critics have not been pleased with the latest film in the "X-Men" franchise.

Dark Matter May Be Made of Black Holes

Dark Matter and Energy are incredibly mysterious. We honestly have no idea what they are. A new paper from NASA is saying that there's evidence that Dark Matter is really made of Black Holes. Produced by Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones).