The Brief

Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz Attends Election Night Watch Party
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Flint Residents Ready for Presidential Visit

Five months after the news of the Flint water crisis broke, President Obama will be travel to the Michigan city to meet with community members and give a speech to residents. One 8-year-old girl knows exactly what she'll tell the President

Canada Wildfire

Wildfire Forces Evacuation of Entire Canadian City

All residents of Fort McMurray, Alberta have been ordered to evacuate as a wildfire threatens the city. The population of about 80,000 was put under a mandatory evacuation order and fleeing residents have congested Highway 63

Brazilian top model Gisele Bundchen poses before a fashion show by German designer Karl Lagerfeld as part of his latest inter-seasonal Cruise collection for fashion house Chanel at the Paseo del Prado street in Havana, Cuba

Chanel Takes Over the Runway in Havana

Fashionistas and celebrities from around the world flocked to a Havana colonial avenue transformed into a private runway for French fashion house Chanel. The company premiered its 2016/2017 "cruise" line in the Cuban capital

Iraqi military vehicles are seen on the front line as government forces fight Islamic State group jihadists near Fallujah, in Iraq's Anbar province, on May 3, 2016.

Navy SEAL Killed in Iraq Identified

The Navy SEAL killed in Iraq has been identified as Charlie Keating IV, the grandson of the late Arizona financier involved in savings and loan scandal. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced that Keating died in an Islamic State group attack near the city of Irbil

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Medical Errors Are a Leading Cause of Death: Study

The third-most deadly killers of Americans are medical errors, accounting for more than 250,000 deaths each year, according to a new study. Such errors can cause people who have otherwise long life expectancies to meet an untimely death

Martin Shkreli, former chief executive officer of Turing Pharmaceuticals LLC, smiles during a House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing on prescription drug prices in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016.

Martin Shkreli May Face Securities Fraud Charges

Former drug executive Martin Shkreli, who last year became a lightning rod for outrage over soaring prescription drug prices, may face additional U.S. charges of securities fraud, a federal prosecutor said

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Apple Loses China Lawsuit Over 'iPhone' Copyright

Apple no longer enjoys exclusive rights to the name "iPhone" in China, reports said, after a Beijing court denied the tech giant's appeal to stop a local leather company from using the name on its products

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Hamilton Sets Tony Record

Hamilton, the Pulitzer Prize-winning hip-hop musical about founding father Alexander Hamilton set a new record when it raked in 16 Tony nominations. The musical broke the record previously set by The Producers and Billy Elliot

Members of the audience hold up cameras and mobile telephones as American rapper and R&B singer Nicki Minaj takes to the stage stage during her 'Pink Friday' tour at HMV Hammersmith Apollo on June 24, 2012 in London, United Kingdom.

50% of Teens Are Addicted to Smartphones

A new poll has found that one in two of teens say they feel addicted to their mobile devices, while 59% of parents worry that their young ones are addicted; 85% of parents say their teens get distracted by the devices