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Despite disciplinary action by Pope Francis, West Virginia's attorney general called on a Catholic diocese to detail allegation against a former bishop.

       
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Drivers who have been suspended at any point over the past three years wouldn't be eligible to receive a commercial driver's license in Massachusetts.

       
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Kamala Harris' sorority sisters say Harris got some of her earliest leadership experience as an Alpha Kappa Alpha woman at Howard University.

       
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USA TODAY by Elzy Kolb, 24/7 Wall Street - 3h ago

With the warm weather come more creepy crawlers. Watch out for these insects this summer.

       
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The 77-year-old man served decades in prison for stabbing his wife and is now being convicted of an almost identical crime.

       
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A relentless heat wave gripped the country from the central states to the East Coast Saturday, prompting cancellation of the New York City Triathlon and producing cracked and buckled roads in some Plains states.

       
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Nobel Peace Prize recipient Nadia Murad pleaded with President Trump to step in to help her community.

       
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Bart Sibrel, a filmmaker and conspiracy theorist punched by Buzz Aldrin, has centered his career around disproving the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969.

       
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For the homeless living with serious, chronic illnesses, there are few places to turn in Louisville as they deal with true matters of life and death.

       
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24/7 Wall St. calculated the percentage of black residents who live in predominantly black census tracts to identify the most segregated cities.

       

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