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The Numbers Behind Sanders' Claim About African Americans And Weed

The Democratic candidate says black people are four times more likely to be arrested than white people, even though drug use rates are comparable.

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Israeli concerns over Gaza tunnels collapse

CNN's Will Ripley reports on Hamas tunnels from Gaza into Israel and Israeli military efforts to stop them.

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Town building public beer fountain

A town in Slovenia is deciding to invest $400,000 to create a public beer fountain. The hope is that tourists will come and check it out and drink their local beers. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest.

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Missing Canadian Man Remembers His Identity After 30 Years

A Canadian man who was missing for almost 30 years has been found after remembering his identity, which he forgot when he suffered a head injury.

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Death of officer, 2nd killed in line of duty, shakes Fargo

The death of a Fargo police officer in the line of duty has shaken the city, North Dakota's largest

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Diplomats aim for temporary Syria truce in a week

Diplomats trying to secure a cease-fire for the civil war in Syria fell short in organizing an immediate truce but agreed to try to work out details and implement a temporary "cessation of hostilities" in a week's time

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Sanders online fundraising gives Clinton a run for her money

Bernie Sanders is giving Hillary Clinton a run for her money, $27 at a time

We Learned The Hard Way: Cordcutting Isn't Easy

Pro tip: Do a lot of research before you decide to get rid of that cable subscription.

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Small plane crashes off Florida Panhandle; search underway

Official say a small plane crashed off the coast of Destin on the Florida Panhandle, and a search is underway

Scientists await word on gravitational waves

A century after Einstein proposed it, scientists may be close to confirming the existence of gravitational waves. Katie Sargent reports

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Official: 2 officers injured, suspect dead in Georgia chase

Authorities say a chase and shootout on an interstate in central Georgia has left one person dead of a self-inflicted gunshot and two officers injured, potentially by friendly fire

Here's What Bernie Sanders Has Said About Challenging Obama

Despite supporting President Obama on key issues, Sanders has been more outspoken against the president than many in the party he caucuses with.

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Syria's humanitarian crisis is increasingly dire

Sam Taylor of Doctors Without Borders discusses desperately needed humanitarian aid to Syrian civilians.

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NYPD has used cell tracking technology 1,000 times since '08

According to data released by the New York Civil Liberties Union, the New York Police Department has used secretive cellphone tracking technology more than 1,000 times since 2008

Is Sanders Taking Wall Street Cash Through The DSCC?

Hillary Clinton is trying to use Sen. Bernie Sanders' financial connections with the DSCC against him. Is she right? Is she exaggerating?

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Gold shines as stock markets tumble

World Gold Council CEO Alistair Hewitt explains how gold prices are being boosted by stock turmoil.

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Scientist announce gravitational waves, hailed greatest discovery of the decade

Anytime a scientific discovery is called the greatest of the decade, it's a big deal. Scientists from the group known as LIGO are saying they've found proof of Gravitational Waves, something Einstein predicted 100 years ago but never thought would be detected. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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World Powers Try To Work Out Pause In Syrian Fighting

The U.S. and Russia are among the world powers attempting to negotiate a cease-fire in the Syrian civil war. They're hoping for a deal soon.

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Patient strategy pays off for FBI in ending Oregon standoff

The last four armed occupiers of an Oregon wildlife refuge shouted, argued and raved for all the world to hear

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Pope departs for Cuba, first stop before Mexico

Pope Francis has begun a trip that will take him first to Havana, Cuba, and then to Mexico

Ohio police kill man they say attacked people with machete

Police have shot and killed a man who they say attacked several people at a central Ohio restaurant with a machete