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The Latest: Watchdog group blames Cincinnati Zoo

An animal protection watchdog group wants the federal government to hold the Cincinnati Zoo responsible for the death Saturday of an endangered western lowland gorilla

Victim of shark attack expected to survive, hospital says

A hospital official has confirmed that a shark attacked a woman who received large bite marks while swimming in Southern California

Director: Zoo safe despite shooting of gorilla to save boy

The Ohio zoo where a gorilla was fatally shot to protect a 4-year-old boy who entered its exhibit says the zoo remains safe for the 1.6 million people who visit each year

Watch This Gigantic Gator Saunter Across A Florida Golf Course

Golfers in Palmetto, Florida, recently encountered a monster gator.

State Where 'How to Make a Baby' is Most Often Googled

Estately put together a list of the some of the crazier things people are googling. There is one state however that will most often google the question how to make a baby. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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North Korea Reportedly Tried To Launch Another Missile And Failed

South Korean officials told outlets the launch happened in the early morning hours on Tuesday local time.

UN renews South Sudan sanctions

The U.N. Security Council has voted to renew sanctions on a number of individuals allegedly obstructing a peace agreement in South Sudan

Florida man runs over motorcycle during road-rage incident

A 31-year-old habitual traffic offender is accused of running over a man and woman on a motorcycle during an apparent road-rage incident near Tampa, Florida

Starbucks Is Jumping On The Nitro Coffee Wave

Nitro coffee is the latest trend, and Starbucks just couldn't stay away. Jordyn Rolling (@jordynrolling) can explain!

'Breaking Bad' actors lend help in New Mexico race

Tony Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston is giving a fellow actor from "Breaking Bad" some help in his race for a New Mexico county office

Eric Holder Gives Snowden Props For Performing A 'Public Service'

During a CNN podcast, the former attorney general said whistleblower Edward Snowden raised an important debate.

Gov. Cuomo to visit prison guard hurt by exploding package

Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to visit a hospital where a New York correction officer is recovering from injuries suffered when he opened a package that exploded at his home

US stock indexes flat as investors weigh economic data

U.S. stock indexes are little changed in early trading as investors weigh new economic data, including figures showing that spending by consumers in the U.S. increased last month by the largest amount in more than six years

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Dozens shot, 6 dead following Chicago weekend violence

Gun violence has marked the unofficial start of summer in Chicago, where dozens have been shot and six have been killed over Memorial Day weekend

Thailand's 'Tiger Temple' Could Soon Be Tigerless

The temple, run by monks, has been accused of illegally trafficking the big cats.

Gary Johnson: Why you should vote Libertarian

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson says his party offers a good alternative to the Democratic and Republican parties and makes his case to be on more ballots nationwide.

Australia to sell bitcoins confiscated as proceeds of crime

An official says about $13 million in bitcoins will be auctioned in Sydney in June after Australian police confiscated the digital currency as proceeds of crime

South African firefighters dance for Canadian community

294 firefighters came from South Africa to help the Alberta community tackle the devastating Fort McMurray fire. They took the airport by storm with this dance.

Big CAT scan: LSU mascot Mike the Tiger in cancer treatment

Call it a big CAT scan: Louisiana State University's live tiger mascot was sedated this past weekend and had a CT scan at the human cancer center where he'll be treated for a rare cancer

Texas river expected to crest at record level Tuesday

Residents of some rural southeast Texas counties are bracing for more flooding on Monday along a river that is expected to crest at a record level

Family: California veteran behind Houston shooting rampage

The family of a "troubled" California man says he was the gunman who killed one person and injured several others in a shooting at a Houston auto detail shop

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Stephen Hawking On Donald Trump: 'He's A Demagogue'

It's never good when one of the world's best-known scientists calls you illogical.

Science Has Plans For Gorilla Harambe's Remains

It's not the end for Harambe, the gorilla killed after a child fell into his habitat at the Cincinnati Zoo. Jordyn Rolling (@jordynrolling) has the details!

Some Airlines Don't Think Venezuela Is Worth The Trip

A drop-off in ticket demand is at least partially to blame.