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Shannen Coffin on Clinton Foundation possibly violating laws

Emails reveal foundation executive pushing donors as guests for lunch with Chinese president; former DOJ lawyer provides insight on 'The Kelly File'

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Cops Find Live Shark in a Puddle on the Side of the Road

The South Australia Police are investigating how a shark wound up in a puddle. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

Taylor Swift Reported For Jury Duty And Took Some Selfies With Fans

The pictures might explain her absence from Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards.

'Young Frankenstein,' 'Blazing Saddles' Star Dies At 83

Gene Wilder, star of several Mel Brooks comedies, was beloved by generations of movie-goers.

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Olympic Gold Medalist Makes Early Exit At U.S. Open

Olympic gold medalist Monica Puig lost in the first round of the U.S. Open.

Accused teen 'doctor' arrested on new theft charges

A Florida teenager accused of pretending to be a doctor and stealing money from an 86-year-old patient is facing new charges of grand theft and fraud

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Trump And Clinton Are Both Disliked By At Least Half The Country

High unfavorability has been a problem for both major party candidates throughout the campaign.

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Colin Kaepernick explains sitting during the national anthem

49ers QB Colin Kaepernick explained that the protest wasn't for him, but for others without a voice.

This Koala's Horrifying Mating Call Sounds Like Your Snoring Spouse

They're cute and cuddly but these koalas will make you want to run the other direction. Keleigh Nealon (@keleighnealon) has the story.

Manhunt: Inmates Scale Razor-Wire Fences To Escape

Dangerous Louisiana prisoners on the run include a murderer.

Refugee Supporters Are Marching To Say Syrians Are Humans, Too

St. Louis takes in about 650 refugees a year, but that number is expected to rise. Marches like this are part of encouraging that.

Former al Qaeda recruiter hired by US university

Jesse Morton used to be a recruiter for al Qaeda. Now he's a fellow for George Washington University's extremism program. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.

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