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Jason Collins: 'Choice for Continued Progress Is Clear'
Basketball players Jason and Jarron Collins speak of Hillary Clinton's commitment to ensuring equality for all.
Prosecutors: Roof Headed to Tennessee After Church Shootings
Federal prosecutors say that the man charged in the Charleston church shootings used the internet to scope out Emanuel AME church and was trying get away to Nashville, Tennessee, when he was arrested
The Latest: Democratic Delegates Mostly Positive About Kaine
Delegates to the Democratic National Convention are giving mostly positive reviews to Hillary Clinton's choice for vice president, saying he will appeal to moderates but do little to soothe disenchanted Bernie Sanders supporters
Police: Men Face Hate Crime After 3 Teens Pepper Sprayed
Police say three white men in Florida are facing charges, accused of screaming racial slurs at three teens on bikes who were then pepper sprayed
Today in History
Today in History Today is Friday, July 22, the 204th day of 2016. There are 162 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On July 22, 1916, 10 people were killed when a suitcase bomb went off during San Francisco's Preparedness Day parade, an event sponsored by the local Chamber of
Dylann Roof Lawyer Wants Evidence Kept out of Church Trial
An attorney for the man charged in the Charleston church shootings wants a judge to keep video and other evidence out of his federal trial and says explaining why in public could harm prospects of seating an impartial jury
'The Real World' Couple Excited About Republican American Dream
U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy and Rachel Campos-Duffy tell the RNC crowd about the economic opportunity and upward mobility offered by the Republican Party.
Judge: Jurors for Dylann Roof Trial to Come From Charleston
A federal jury selected from the Charleston area, not all of South Carolina, will decide the fate of Dylann Roof when he goes on trial later this year in the shootings of nine black parishioners at a Charleston church
Why Law Enforcement Isn't Calling Dallas Gunman a Terrorist
As details emerge about Dallas gunman Micah Johnson's life before he went on a deadly rampage that left five police officers dead last week, a narrative has emerged: Johnson was no terrorist. Alleged evidence points to a troubled man who had an affinity for black nationalist power, according to