Convicted ringleader in Texas dragging death to…

A man who orchestrated the June 1998 dragging death of James Byrd Jr. faces execution in Texas

US judge in Oregon to block new Trump abortion…

A federal judge in Oregon says he intends to block a rule change by President Donald Trump's administration that could cut off federal funding for providers who refer patients for an abortion

Looming wave of sex abuse cases poses threat to…

Lawyers across the U.S. are recruiting clients for a potentially crippling new wave of sex abuse lawsuits against the Boy Scouts

North Korea's Kim arrives in Russia before summit…

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived in Russia on Wednesday morning for his much-anticipated summit with President Vladimir Putin in the Pacific port city of Vladivostok

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Florida House closer to passing felon voting…

Legislation that would restore voting rights to convicted felons except murderers and felony sex offenders is another step closer to passage in the Florida House

'I can walk... it's really helped me'

Parkinson's disease patient Gail Jardine can walk more freely after having a spinal implant fitted.

Some Tasty Gluten Free Snacks

Elizabeth Keatinge shares some lists of tasty gluten free snacks.

White presidential candidates face 'woke litmus…

Many white Democratic presidential candidates are speaking more candidly about systemic racism and white privilege

The Latest: Type of shark that bit tourist not confirmed

Hawaii firefighters say a shark bit a tourist in her right thigh and she is in stable condition

Shadow of 2 deadly crashes hangs over Boeing's 1Q earnings

When Boeing reports financial results, the first quarter numbers will take a back seat to any updates on the 737 Max

Garrett Popcorn sues ex-employee it says stole its recipes

The owner of a famed Chicago popcorn business has sued a former employee, accusing her of stealing thousands of files including information about its secret recipes

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Sri Lanka Holds Mass Funerals For Victims Of…

Earlier in the day, ISIS claimed responsibility for the bombings, but the group didn't provide any evidence to back up its claim.

New Zealand and France to call for an end to online terror

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and French President Emmanuel Macron will host a meeting in Paris next month seeking to eliminate acts of violent extremism and terror from being shown online

Armed border group shuts down camp at border in…

An armed group that has been patrolling the U.S.-Mexico border has left their campsite in southern New Mexico after authorities said they were on private property

California pushes talks on 1st-in-US police…

California lawmakers are trying to force law enforcement and reformers into talks on competing legislation to limit fatal shootings by police

Georgia mother pleads guilty to killing husband…

A suburban Atlanta woman has pleaded guilty to killing her husband and four children and seriously injuring another daughter in 2017

Leaders of Hong Kong pro-democracy protests…

A court in Hong Kong handed down prison sentences of up to 16 months to eight leaders of massive 2014 pro-democracy protests after they were convicted last month of public nuisance offenses

Houston high school's new dress code takes aim at…

A Houston high school had adopted a new dress code barring parents from showing up to school in leggings, hair rollers, pajamas or certain other items of clothing, despite criticism that the policy could be discriminatory

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Small acts of kindness for Sri Lanka mourners

Volunteers provide water, food and support to those mourning the bombing in Negombo, Sri Lanka.

The Surprising Number of Americans That Don't Use…

When your grandma friends you on Facebook, it’s safe to assume everyone is online these days but that's not true. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.