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Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Committee summer meeting on August 28, 2015 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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More Clinton Emails Released

The State Department released 7,000 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server, including 150 containing information now deemed to be classified. The email dump was the largest release of emails from Clinton's private server so far

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Obama Focuses on Climate During Alaska Trip

President Barack Obama brought the power of the presidential pulpit to Alaska, aiming to thrust climate change to the forefront of the global agenda with a historic visit that will put the state's liquefying glaciers and sinking villages on graphic display

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Phuketwan Duo Cleared in Thai Navy Defamation Case

An Australian journalist and his Thai colleague, from the Phuketwan news website, have been cleared of defamation charges brought after they reported accusations of complicity in human trafficking by some officials in the Thai navy

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Hungary's Border Fence Isn't Stopping Syrian Migrants

Hungary wants to impose prison terms against refugees who sneak across the border on their way to the E.U. Despite the measures, desperate migrants are making the dangerous trip to Europe, hoping to find a better life in the country

Miley Cyrus at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, Aug. 30, 2015.

Miley Cyrus' Antics Can't Save VMAs' Ratings

The pop singer got MTV some headlines as the 2015 VMAs host, but Sunday night’s telecast of the Video Music Awards delivered 9.8 million viewers across 10 Viacom-owned networks — a 5% drop from last year's figures, which had already dropped from the year prior

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Supreme Court Rules Against Clerk in Gay-Marriage Case

The Supreme Court ruled against Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, who has refused to issue marriage licenses for gay couples. She will now have to issue the licenses or face fines and even jail time. Davis stopped issuing marriage licenses in the days after the decision

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Supremacist Convicted of Killing 3 at Kansas City Jewish Sites

The man who admitted killing three people at two suburban Kansas City Jewish sites was convicted of murder and other charges, shortly after he told jurors he hoped to "die a martyr" for the shootings. Frazier Glenn Miller could face the death penalty

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VICE Journalists Charged With Aiding 'Terrorists' in Turkey

Turkish authorities on Monday charged three Western news reporters in southeastern Turkey with working for a "terrorist organization," said their employer VICE News on Monday, days after the journalists' detention caused an outcry among human-rights groups

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Lack of Sleep Makes a Cold More Likely

According to the results of a new study, people who slept six hours a night or less were four times as likely to get sick after being exposed to the cold virus compared with those who got more sleep. Those who got less than five hours of sleep a night were at 4.5 times that risk

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Ambushed Houston Sheriff's Deputy Was Shot 15 Times

A man charged with killing a Houston sheriff's deputy first shot the 10-year veteran in the back of the head and fired a total of 15 times, authorities said. Shannon J. Miles is charged with capital murder and appeared briefly in court

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Auschwitz Caretakers Defend ‘Showers’ at Museum

The caretakers of the Auschwitz concentration camp museum in Poland have defended their use of a misting hose to keep visitors cool in the intense August heat, after being criticized for evoking memories of Nazi-era gas chambers disguised as showers

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Google Opened a New Front in Its Battle With Apple

Most shoppers aren't yet convinced they need a smartwatch — but that isn't stopping Google from stepping up its fight for wrist-based supremacy against Apple. iPhone users will be able to sync their smartphones with various Google-platform watches