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Hillary Clinton: I'm not here to take away your guns

Speaking at the Democratic National Convention, Hillary Clinton vowed that she would work with gun owners on legislation and not try to take away their guns.

Biden to speak at vigil for slain Baton Rouge officers

Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch are scheduled to speak at a Baton Rouge vigil honoring the three law enforcement officers who were killed by a lone gunman during a shootout outside a convenience store

Hotter weather expected near blaze that killed 1

Firefighters are bracing for hotter weather and lower humidity in the area near Big Sur where a wildfire has destroyed 34 homes and killed a bulldozer driver working to contain the massive blaze

Police protest Black Lives Matter banner at city hall

Police in Massachusetts are protesting a mayor's refusal to remove a Black Lives Matter banner that's hanging over city hall

Why Melania Trump Says She Deleted Her Website

Melania Trump's website, including its statement that she graduated from college, has been deleted.

Man Pulled Over with 2,000 Pounds of Rice in Minivan

A man in the UK was pulled over when his van looked like it was overweight. It was, it was full with close to a ton of rice. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Al-Qaeda's Syrian Affiliate Says It's Cutting Ties, But Is It Really?

Al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate is attempting to rebrand, but can it really detach itself from its parent organization? Probably not.

Indonesia rebuffs family, global appeals to halt executions

Indonesia rebuffed appeals from distraught relatives, rights advocates and foreign governments to abandon plans to execute 14 people for drug crimes as preparations intensified at the prison island holding death row inmates

Police save robbery suspect from burning car after chase

Police officers saved an armed robbery suspect from a burning car after a chase ended in a crash in an episode caught on police body camera video

The 'Corpse Flower' Smells Like Rotting Flesh and is Blooming in NYC

A planed dubbed 'The Corpse Flower' earned its name because it smells like rotting flesh when it's in bloom. New York City is about to experience it. Gillian Pensavalle (@GillianWithaG) has more.

The Latest: Trump rejects criticism as 'mostly false stuff'

Donald Trump calls Democratic Party criticism 'mostly false stuff,' says he takes it in stride

Whole Foods 'World's Healthiest' Slogan Was Rejected

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office says "World's Healthiest Grocery Store" is way too hard to prove.

Navajo Nation leader wants action against sexual harassment

The only female delegate to the Navajo Nation Council says she's been subject to sexist comments in that role and little is being done to change a culture of sexual harassment at the top level of tribal government

Samsung soars with $7bln dollar earnings

Samsung posts its best profits in over two years, powered by sales of its flagship smartphones the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Ryan Brooks reports.

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Stocks waver as investors work through earnings

Stocks waver between gains and losses as investors worked through another batch of mixed earnings, including results from Facebook, Ford and Whole Foods

Man wanted in Florida for 1977 killing arrested in NC

Authorities say a man wanted for the 1977 killing of a former immigration official in Florida has been arrested in North Carolina

Chelsea Clinton Reminds Us (Again) That Her Mom Is Human

On the last night of the Democratic National Convention, it was Chelsea Clinton's turn to share a side of her mom that many don't see.

Clinton criticizes Trump for saying he can fix it alone

At the Democratic National Convention, Hillary Clinton criticizes Donald Trump by saying not to believe anyone who says "I alone can fix it."

Microsoft making additional job cuts in phone business

Microsoft says it will cut 2,850 jobs or about 2.5 percent of its workforce as it continues to scale back its troubled smartphone business

Hillary Clinton accepts Democratic nomination

Hillary Clinton officially accepts the Democratic nomination for president at the Democratic National Convention, becoming the first woman to win the nomination from a major party.

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Attorney General: Duckworth lawsuit settlement final

The Illinois Attorney General's office says a settlement in the workplace retaliation lawsuit against Democratic U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth is final and the plaintiffs can't back out even if no paperwork was signed

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Baltimore's far from done despite collapse of criminal case

The fallout over the death of Freddie Gray hasn't ended with the collapse of the criminal case against six police officers in whose custody the young black man's neck was broken

French Media Is Rethinking The Way It Reports On Terror

Many French media outlets are refusing to publish photos and names of the suspects.

Monkeys Destroy Voter Lists in Thailand

Ahead of a referendum monkeys got into a polling station and destroyed voter lists. Thankfully everything should be back to normal before the vote actually happens. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.