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EVP of Trump Organization Responds to Controversy Over Melania Trump's Speech
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and LZ Granderson interview Michael Cohen, the EVP of the Trump Organization.
EU Police Agency Warns of Extremist Threats to Europe
The number of people killed in attacks by extremists throughout Europe soared in 2015 and the EU police agency is warning the Islamic State group may "put more emphasis on operations abroad" as the West puts it under pressure in Syria and Iraq
The Latest: French Author Decries Attack
French author Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clezio, a Nobel literature laureate, decried the attack in Nice, which is his hometown
Terrorists in Belgium: Former Altar Boy Turned ISIS Supporter Shares His Story
Fusion's Chief Investigative Reporter Mariana van Zeller spoke with a woman who says she warned authorities about terrorists in Molenbeek.
WhereWhitePeopleMeet.com Founders Say Dating Site Isn't Racist
Founders Sam and Jodie Russell say their dating site promotes racial equality not hatred.
House Speaker Paul Ryan Repudiates Trump's David Duke Comments
During his weekly news conference, Ryan said GOP nominee must reject white supremacists.
FBI Monitoring Armed Standoff in Oregon National Wildlife Refuge
The FBI has taken the lead in monitoring an armed standoff in Oregon where a group of militia members, along with some members of the family of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, are occupying a building on federal land at a national wildlife refuge. The FBI is "working with the Harney County Sheriff's
Militia, Along With Family of Cliven Bundy, Take Over Federal Land at National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon
A group of militia members, along with some members of the family of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy , are occupying a building on federal land at an Oregon national wildlife refuge. The militia members who occupied the wildlife refuge buildings set up a roadblock, and two armed members had manned a
Police Warn Spectators Could Also Face Threats During Papal Visit
As he prepares to land on American soil, Pope Francis isn’t the only one facing a diverse spectrum of threats from the likes of ISIS and even the Italian mafia. Those seeking to catch a glimpse of the pope during his visit, or simply praying in the same city as him, could also become targets,