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Donald Trump: General election starts now

Donald Trump tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that the general election for the presidency starts now.

Michigan Senate OKs $144 million more for Flint water crisis

The Michigan Senate has approved spending another $144 million to address the water crisis in Flint, where residents have to use faucet filters or bottled water because of lead contamination

Michigan's Snyder under siege over racial impact of strategy

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder promised to use his business background to fix Michigan's sagging economy and debt-wracked cities

Abduction, murder leaves Navajo community heartbroken

Abduction, murder of 11-year-old girl leaves Navajo community heartbroken

Jane Jacobs Changed How We Build Cities

Urban planners wanted to tear down what they called "slums" in the 1960s, but activist and author Jane Jacobs fought them and won.

Biggest Threats to Humanity Determined

Oxford University determined the biggest threats to humanity over the next five years. Let's be honest, not many of these are too shocking. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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If You're Homeless And In Need, Stealing Food Is OK In Italy

The court ruled that due to "the condition of the defendant" and the small amount of food he took, a man wouldn't be punished for his actions.

Reutersward, Swedish sculptor of twisted gun barrel, dies

Carl Fredrik Reutersward, creator of the iconic statue of a twisted revolver barrel tied in a knot, and perhaps Sweden's best-known modern artist, has died

The Latest: Republican criticizes Justice Department letter

A North Carolina Republican legislator says the U.S. Justice Department's contention that a new law limiting LGBT protections violates federal law is designed to push President Barack Obama administration's "radical left agenda."

America Has Too Much Cheese

I never thought i'd say this but it seems America has too much cheese. We have our biggest surplus of cheese in the past 32 years so get out there and do your part. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

Hundreds Of Fruit And Vegetable Products Recalled Over Listeria Fears

CRF Frozen Foods has recalled all of its frozen fruit and vegetable products after its earlier recall over listeria concerns in April.

Illinois families sue over transgender access to locker room

Some families have filed a lawsuit seeking to stop a suburban Chicago school district from allowing a transgender student to use a girls' locker room

Kasich dropping out of presidential race: sources

Ohio Governor John Kasich is reportedly about to announce the end of his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, following Donald Trump’s Indiana primary win making him the presumptive party nominee. Mana Rabiee reports.

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Oklahoma Medicaid agency ending Planned Parenthood contracts

The head of the state's Medicaid agency says Oklahoma is ending its contracts with two Planned Parenthood organizations that provide health services to thousands of mostly low-income women and families

Janet Jackson Gets An Early 50th Birthday Present: Pregnancy

The singer is reportedly pregnant just one month after she told fans she was suspending her Unbreakable World Tour to start a family.

Actor Orlando Bloom visits Ukraine for UNICEF

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom visits conflict-hit Ukraine to highlight the importance of education in emergencies.

Tribune Publishing rejects Gannett offer

Tribune Publishing rejects Gannett's more than $388 million bid

Donald Trump: I won because I went for 'the knockout'

Donald Trump has says that the delegate system is rigged in both the Republican and Democratic parties, and that he won because he went for "the knockout." CNN's Wolf Blitzer reports.

Feds indict alleged members of Gangster Disciples

A federal indictment charges alleged members of the Gangster Disciples street gang, including an Atlanta area police officer, with racketeering activity

As Atlantic City goes broke, pols bicker over aid plans

As Atlantic City edges closer to going broke, state lawmakers continue to bicker over how to prevent that from happening

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Police charge man after hijacked bus kills pedestrian in DC

Police have charged a Washington man after they say he hijacked a bus, then struck and killed a pedestrian when the bus jumped a curb at a gas station

Medical Error Kills Almost As Many People As Heart Disease

Two doctors believe changing how we report cause of death could help reduce fatalities from medical errors.

Man Sues Employer Because His Job Was Boring

A man in France is suing his former employer because he's saying that the job was too boring. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the specifics.