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Rep. DeSantis: Incentives for TSA to change are not as good

On 'Your World,' congressman sounds off about the agency as summer fliers brace for long lines

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Box Office Top 3: X-Men Win As Alice Faces Apocalyptic Ticket Sales

"X-Men: Apocalypse" and "Alice Through the Looking Glass" both cost more than $170 million to make, but both made far less in their domestic debuts.

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Vigil Held At Cincinnati Zoo In Tribute To Slain Gorilla

Gorilla's killing at the Cincinnati Zoo provokes sadness and anger over his death.

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Dramatic Increase In Calls For Sanders To Drop Out

Democratic lawmakers turning up the pressue on the Independent senator.

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Electric shock suspected in near drowning at NJ motel pool

Authorities have identified a New Jersey man found unconscious at the bottom of a motel pool and rescued by a maintenance worker and guest

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Verizon Workers Score Major Wins With The Deal To End Their Strike

After almost seven weeks, a union representing Verizon workers agreed in principle on a contract. Verizon made several major concessions in the deal.

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Baylor Athletic Director Ian Mccaw Resigns

Baylor athletic director Ian McCaw has resigned amid controversy over the school’s handling of sexual assault allegations.

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Scientists May Have a Cure for Jet Lag

Traveling is fun; jet lag is not. Luckily, scientists are working on a cure that could rid you of the one jet setting downside. Keleigh Nealon (@keleighnealon) has the story.

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See Britain's Huge New Aircraft Carriers

The British Royal Navy expects their two new aircraft carriers to be fully operational by 2020.

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Former Chad President Sentenced To Life For Crimes Against Humanity

Hissène Habré was found guilty of torture, rape, war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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Shakespeare: The key to prison reform?

California is using Shakespeare to change the culture in prison, hoping hardcore criminals will become better inmates and, eventually, productive citizens.

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