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From 'Parks And Rec' To Lavrov: Clinton's Latest Email Dump

The latest batch of emails from Hillary Clinton's private inbox has been released. The messages range from the mundane to insider politics.

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Analyst: Chinese market measures 'simplistic'

Simon Male, head of Asian equities for Auerbach Grayson, discusses whether Beijing has the tools to stabilize and revive the Chinese economy.

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Hungary Stops Migrants Boarding Trains To Germany

As migrants and refugees continue to make the journey to countries in the European Union, Budapest railway station closes in an effort to stop them boarding trains to Germany. Mark Kelly reports. Image: Getty

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Kentucky Clerk Still Won't Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Kentucky clerk still refuses to issue same-sex marriage licenses, invokes 'God's authority.'

Obama Paints Doomsday Scene Of Global Warming In Alaska

Obama paints doomsday scene of climate change in Alaska in campaign to boost global action.

Archery hunter recovering after Idaho grizzly bear attack

Archer hunter recovering after grizzly bear with 3 cubs attacks in eastern Idaho

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Right-wing party exits parliamentary coalition in Ukraine

Right-wing party exits parliamentary coalition in Ukraine over constitutional amendment

Will clerk issue gay marriage licenses after court ruling?

Moment of truth: Will Kentucky clerk issue gay marriage license after court ruled against her?

US astronauts drink recycled urine on ISS, Russians don't

The International Space Station has two different water filtration systems because Russia and the US couldn't agree on how it should work. Shocking, I know. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Michigan House panel to mull 2 lawmakers' fitness for office

Michigan House panel to decide 2 lawmakers' future after affair, alleged misconduct

Georgia Officer Shot After Responding To The Wrong Home

Police officers were given a generic description of a home where a suspicious person was reported.

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Black Lives Matter movement experiencing growing pains

Black Lives Matter movement experiencing growing pains as it steps into national spotlight

"Star Wars" toys get marathon roll-out in Disney merchandising push

"Star Wars" producers announce a marathon, worldwide roll-out of toys for "The Force Awakens". Jane Ross reports.

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5 things to watch at the IFA gadget show in Berlin

Smartphones, watches and clever gadgets: 5 things to watch at the IFA technology show

West Point prof who called legal scholars treasonous resigns

West Point prof who called legal scholars who criticize US war tactics treasonous resigns

Georgia Officer Shot After Responding to the Wrong Home

Police officers were given a generic description of a home where a suspicious person was reported.

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'Indescribable': Witness to the end of WWII

Retired Lieutenant Commander James Starnes recalls the surrender ceremony that officially ended World War II.

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This dog wants to run for president

Border collie Lucy Lou is the mayor of a Rabbit Hash, Kentucky and now wants a shot at the White House. Leigh Scheps (@LeighTVReporter) has the story.

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Comcast teeing up new services targeted at millennials

Comcast is latest in cable industry to try to attract millennials

Thai Police Arrest Main Bangkok Bombing Suspect

Officials say the man was arrested at the Thai-Cambodian border.

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Part 1: The German town that's a Mecca for horse sports

Aachen hosts the FEI European Championships, bringing together some of the top riders and horses from five equestrian disciplines. Christina Macfarlane reports.

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Refugee Crisis Becomes ‘European-Level’ Problem

The EU is grappling with how to contain a massive refugee crisis that has also become a humanitarian disaster. Why is the problem so difficult for European leaders to handle? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.

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Police officer suspected of staging theft kills himself

Pennsylvania police officer suspected of staging theft kills himself after standoff

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Nigeria ex-security adviser denies weapons charge

Nigeria's former security adviser pleads not guilty to illegal weapons charge

Major development in California solitary confinement lawsuit

Major development in lawsuit challenging California's yearslong isolation of prison inmates

Group selfies causing lice increase

A doctor from Wisconsin is claiming that teens' love of taking group selfies is behind an increase in lice. That is disputed and up for debate say others. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) will walk you through it.

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