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Man who had lethal injection delayed 7 times to…

Alabama is set to execute a man who has had his lethal injection delayed by the courts seven times

Maine's tough-on-crime talking governor to…

Maine's Republican governor, who once joked about using the guillotine to execute drug dealers, has announced a proposal this week to release an unknown number of "lower-risk" prisoners from the state's correctional facilities

Passenger: airline was warned about disruptive…

A woman on a flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu says passengers complained to American Airlines employees before takeoff that they were afraid of a passenger who was later arrested and charged with flight crew interference

New documentary invades college campuses' 'safe…

Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager give Tucker a look at their new documentary, 'No Safe Spaces,' which explores growing 'snowflake' and 'aggrievance' culture on college campuses nationwide at the expense of free speech #Tucker

Report: 3,500 people watched as potential…

Nigel Farage and Mark Steyn sound off on aftermath of the Manchester terror attack and the report that says at least 400 people who have returned to Britain after fighting for ISIS

The Latest: Philippines using helicopters to…

A military spokesman says troops are using helicopters to help clear militants from the besieged city of Marawi in the southern Philippines

Details of Walker welfare reforms set for legislative vote

Welfare reform proposals from Gov. Scott Walker up for review by the Legislature's budget-writing Joint Finance Committee on Thursday include a number of work requirements and drug testing provisions

The Big Apple gets its own Amazon Books

The e-commerce company this week will open its first Manhattan bookstore. A second location is coming to 34th Street later this year.

Colombia: Farc come face-to-face with victims

Survivors of a 2003 attack meet the former Farc guerrillas as part of a reconciliation strategy.

The New York Times - The Manchester Attack…

From The New York Times: The Islamic State claimed responsibility on its social media for an attack in Manchester that killed 22 people and wounded dozens more at a pop concert. Rukmini Callimachi, a foreign correspondent for The New York Times covering ISIS and Al Qaeda, analyzes ISIS’s online messages and explains what they mean.By: By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI and NILO TABRIZY. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2qWpUd3

The Worlds Richest Cheesemonger Is a Reclusive…

The Worlds Richest Cheesemonger Is a Reclusive Colorado Man Worth $3 Billion

Warning signs: How to spot future catastrophes

Richard Clarke, former counter-terror advisor to past three presidents, reacts the current climate in Washington and how he judges the ongoing investigation into Russia.

Carson: Poverty is a "state of mind"

HUD Secretary Ben Carson called poverty a "state of mind," saying that people with the right mindset can work to get to the top.

The Entire Country of Sweden is on Airbnb

The entire country of Sweden is on Airbnb. Elizabeth Keatinge (@elizkeatinge) has more.

From Trump to Oprah, speakers offer parting…

Famous figures from entertainment, politics and business are giving commencement speeches at colleges across the country

Federal investigators to discuss fatal St. Louis explosion

Federal agency investigating April explosion that killed 4 people in south St. Louis plans to release findings of its investigation

Manchester United fans celebrate Europa League win

Manchester United fans cheer their team's victory in the Europa league final in Stockholm, while Ajax supporters concede the better team won the match. No reporter narration.

Trump plan to sell off half of oil stockpile…

President Donald Trump's proposal to sell nearly half the US emergency oil stockpile is sparking renewed debate about whether the Strategic Petroleum Reserve is still needed amid an ongoing oil boom that has seen imports drop sharply in recent years.

Jury selection begins in Ohio officer's murder retrial

More than 200 people are due to report to an Ohio courthouse as jury selection gets underway in the murder retrial of a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist

Vermont's Governor Vetoes A Bill To Legalize…

Vermont's governor refused to sign legislation to legalize recreational marijuana, unless the state's Congress makes some changes.

Computer wins 2nd game against Chinese go champion

A computer that plays go has won a second game against China's top player in a match authorities are limiting the Chinese public's ability to see

Hawaii sues Ford, Nissan and Toyota over…

Hawaii is suing auto manufacturers Toyota, Ford and Nissan over defective air bags

Workers start dismantling jail tent complex in…

Crews have started to dismantle some of the tents in a controversial outdoor jail complex in Phoenix that's in the process of being closed by the metro area's new sheriff