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Black religious leaders: No Trump endorsement

Several black pastors invited to meet with Donald Trump on Monday deny reports they had plans to endorse the Republican presidential candidate at the event.


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Planned Parenthood shooting: 'Tragedy beyond speech'

Suspected Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooter Robert Lewis Dear mentioned "baby parts" to investigators and in later interviews expressed anti-abortion and anti-government views, a law enforcement official briefed on the investigation told…


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Leaders due in Paris for climate conference

It's a potentially historic event being held in extraordinary circumstances. Nearly 150 world leaders are expected to descend on Paris for the start of the U.N. climate change summit that starts Monday.


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Slain officer was once champion skater

Garrett Swasey, who rushed 10 miles to help fellow police under fire at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, led a big-spirited life rooted in family and faith with the soft touch of an ice dancer.

That's because he won a skating…


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Trump goes diplomatic in ejecting protester

Donald Trump showed a more diplomatic side Saturday as a protester was ejected from a spirited rally he held in Florida, where he otherwise minced no words in going after his opponents.


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New Hampshire Union Leader endorses Christie

Chris Christie's struggling presidential campaign got a much-needed boost Saturday night when the influential New Hampshire Union Leader endorsed the New Jersey governor.


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Woman duct tapes dog's mouth, posts picture on Facebook

A Florida woman posted a picture of her dog's mouth shut with duct tape causing an outcry on social media.


Report: Paris suspect visited cafe after attacks

A suspect in the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris, the most-wanted man in Europe, is said to have stopped off in a cafe in Brussels the day after the killings.

The possibility that Salah Abdeslam might have been taking his ease in a public…



At least 3 dead in Texas floods; 4 die on icy Kansas roads

Flooding and wintry precipitation have led to at least seven deaths in Texas and Kansas as a storm system moves across the central Plains, authorities said Saturday.

Four people died in single-vehicle accidents in Kansas, according to Lt. Adam…



Prominent pro-Kurdish lawyer killed in Turkey

Pro-Kurdish lawyer Tahir Elci, president of the Diyarbakir Bar Association in southeastern Turkey and a leading human rights defender, was killed while making a press statement Saturday.

The statement in the Sur district of the predominantly Kurdish…



NSA ends bulk phone data collection

The U.S. intelligence community on Sunday will cease its bulk collection of telephone metadata.


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Security a concern for COP21 conference

World leaders will meet Nov. 30 in France to try to iron out a new global agreement on climate change -- two weeks after the terror attacks in Paris.

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