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Obama in Hiroshima: 'We come to mourn the dead'

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at the Hiroshima memorial in Japan.

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US government set to release hurricane season outlook

The U.S. government on Friday will release its forecast for how many hurricanes and tropical storms are expected to form over Atlantic and Caribbean waters over the next six months

Navy investigating cause of training mission jet crash

Navy officials are investigating what caused two fighter jets to crash off the North Carolina during a training mission

An LGBTQ Rights Proposal Torpedoed A House Spending Bill

House Republicans voted against their own spending bill after an anti-LGBTQ-discrimination clause was attached to it.

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Can You Find The Second Elephant Hidden In This Photograph

The image was taken at Elephant Nature Park in Thailand, a sanctuary and rescue center for elephants.

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Virtual Reality Could Bring Crime Scenes To The Courtroom

Researchers are exploring the possibility of using virtual reality in European courtrooms.

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Village where children climb cliffside ladder may get stairs

A village in China's mountainous west where schoolchildren must climb an 800-meter (2,625-foot)-high bamboo ladder secured to a sheer cliff face may get a set of steel stairs to improve safety

Connecticut panel to consider $22 million for hedge fund

The Connecticut Bond Commission is expected to approve a $22 million loan and grant package to help Bridgewater Associates, one of the world's largest hedge funds, upgrade its facilities in the state

2020 Olympics May Open with Man-Made Shooting Stars

The 2020 Olympics will be held in Tokyo and they are looking into artificial shooting stars to help light up the celebrations. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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The Latest: Hiroshima peace park preparing for Obama

Hiroshima's peace memorial park is being cleared of visitors in preparation for President Barack Obama's visit

New Hampshire Man Gets 45-90 Years For Kidnapping And Raping A Teen

Nathaniel Kibby pleaded guilty to holding a 14-year-old girl captive for nine months.

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North Carolina furniture market could show boycott impact

Organizers of a global furniture market are releasing attendance figures that could show whether some buyers boycotted the event in reaction to a new North Carolina law that limits protections to LGBT people

Clinton urges Sanders' followers to unite to stop Trump

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton urges supporters of rival Bernie Sanders to join her to stop Donald Trump from occupying the White House. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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In police cases, black activists push reforms outside court

Black activists in Baltimore and beyond say they are disappointed but not discouraged after neither of the first two police officers to stand trial in the death of Freddie Gray was convicted

Google Got Out Of That $9B Oracle Lawsuit Scot-Free

Oracle says it will appeal the ruling.

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Why Madrid is the world's football capital

From Atl├ętico to Real, find out why the Spanish capital is the epicenter of world soccer.

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Jury sides with Google in closely watched copyright case

A federal jury has sided with Google in a long-running legal battle with tech industry rival Oracle, which had claimed Google stole some of its software to create the world's most popular smartphone operating system

President Obama arrives in Japan

President Obama arrives at the Marine Corps Air Station in Iwakuni, Japan.

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Search for California teen girl goes on after suspect killed

Authorities were searching a 300-mile stretch of California for a teenage girl with hopes of finding her alive after the man suspected of abducting her was killed in a shootout with deputies

Cave escape: Rushing water, sucking mud and pitch black

A group of college students at risk of being trapped by flash flooding on a field trip adventure inside a Kentucky cave waded through neck-deep water to get to safety

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Spike in crime in Las Vegas spurs search for causes, cures

Crime is spiking in Las Vegas and spurring questions about causes and cures

Idaho Football Players Accused Of Raping Mentally Disabled Teammate

Dietrich High School is being sued for $10 million. The civil suit says administrators and coaches knew about the abuse.

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The Harsh Reality Behind Soft Pillows

People pay top dollar for down comforters and pillows, never thinking about how they're made. Jordyn Rolling (@jordynrolling) has the story!

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