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Los Angeles Leaders Outlaw High-Capacity Gun Magazines

Los Angeles leaders ban high-capacity gun magazines after string of US mass shootings.

Million-Dollar Donors Lift Jeb Bush's Presidential Ambitions

Billionaire Miami health care investor leads in donations to Bush presidential super PAC.

Authorities seek cause of tree fall that injured 8 children

Authorities attempt to learn what caused tree to fall and injure 8 children, 2 critically

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Migrants continue to inundate Channel Tunnel

Migrants continue to inundate the Channel Tunnel through a terminal near Calais, France in an attempt to reach the United Kingdom.

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Zimbabweans linked to illegal lion hunt appear in court

Zimbabweans who allegedly helped American tourist hunt protected lion appear in court

Virginia trucker wins $92M prize from Pennsylvania Lottery

Virginia trucker claims $92 million Mega Millions prize at Pennsylvania Lottery headquarters

Afghan Officials: Taliban Leader Mullah Omar Is Dead

Mullah Mohammad Omar, the spiritual leader of the Taliban, has been dead for two years according according to Afghanistan’s Intelligence Agency.

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UK approves plans for world's longest and tallest slide

Why walk down 455 steps when you can slide? The ArcelorMittar Orbit Tower is adding what will be the world's longest and tallest enclosed tunnel slide. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details.

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US official: Debris in photo belongs to Boeing 777

US official: Debris in photo belongs to the same type of aircraft as missing Malaysia plane

LA's Olympic Pedigree Makes It A Better US Bid Than Boston

After Boston terminated its bid for the 2024 Olympics, focus turns to Los Angeles as the next U.S. city to get a shot.

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Authorities: Off-duty trooper fired at car with teens inside

Authorities: Off-duty New Jersey state trooper fired at car with teens inside

NASA's fizzing water bubble experiment captured in hi-res

NASA astronaut Terry Virts explores water tension in microgravity by dissolving an effervescent tablet in a floating ball of water. Matthew Stock reports.

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House, Senate move toward passage of transportation patch

House, Senate move toward passage of transportation patch to keep highway, transit aid flowing

Pennsylvania US Rep. Fattah indicted in racketeering case

Pennsylvania US Rep. Fattah indicted in racketeering case; accused of misappropriating funds

Ray Tensing's attorney responds to indictment

Stew Matthews, attorney for University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing, responds to his client being indicted on a murder charge for the death of Samuel Dubose.

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UK, France try to stem migrant crisis

Human Rights lawyer Mark Stephens says the French have not properly dealt with the influx of migrants resulting in an undocumented crisis.

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Facebook stock slides even as 2Q results soar

Facebook's 2nd-quarter results surpass expectations on all fronts, stock still slides

Ohio requires front license plates, but some states don't

Unlike some, Ohio requires front license plates, an issue in traffic stop that led to shooting

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Afghanistan government to resume peace talks with Taliban

Fmr. MI6 Counter-Terrorism Director Richard Barrett discusses how Mullah Omar's death will effect Afghanistan.

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Calais migrants: 2nd night of mass attempts to reach England

Calais sees 2nd night of mass attempts by migrants to reach England; pressure rises in Channel

Prosecutors charge teen as adult in death of 8-year-old

Prosecutors charge California teen as adult in death of 8-year-old girl in artist complex

The People Behind the $100 Million Jeb Bush Super PAC

Members of the Right to Rise executive committee have raised big money for Jeb Bush's super PAC and have big ties to the Bush family. Here's a look at who some of them are. Photo: AP.

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Topshop drops super-skinny mannequins after shopper's complaint goes viral

The retailer has promised to drop its unrealistically thin mannequins after a Facebook post from a frustrated shopper. Colleen Hagerty (@colleenhagerty) has the story.

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University Of Cincinnati Officer Indicted After Shooting Man

A white University of Cincinnati officer was indicted for murder charges Wednesday after he shot an unarmed black man during a July 19 traffic stop.

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The Latest: Video of Ohio traffic-stop shooting to go public

The Latest: Video of fatal traffic stop by University of Cincinnati officer to be released

Scientists control mouse brain by remote control

A remote-controlled brain implant that can determine the path a mouse walks is being developed by scientists who hope it could one day be used to treat a range of neurological disorders in humans by wirelessly targeting therapies to specific neural networks. Matthew Stock reports.

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