July 4th, the "17th day of Ramadan."
Barack Obama says that the United States has not yet overcome its history of racism and used "n****" to highlight his point.
Eighty pizza-makers beat the Guinness World Record by cooking the longest pizza in the world at the Expo in Milan, Italy. The resulting pizza was 1595,45 metres long. It took eighteen hours to make, and used 1.5 tons of mozzarella cheese.
The friends of a 21-year-old white man accused of gunning down nine black people at a Bible study say Dylann Roof openly spoke of committing acts of violence. But one of his friends, who is black, didn't think he was serious.
United diverted the plane to Belfast Northern Ireland, where the man was arrested.
A hoverbike could soon become a reality, as British firm Malloy Aeronautics and American counterparts SURVICE Engineering announce a deal with the U.S. Department of Defense at the Paris Airshow. Jim Drury met the developers at Le Bourget.
Hillary Clinton called for gun reforms in a speech to mayors from across America.
The German government on Monday played down the chances of a prominent Al Jazeera journalist held in Berlin since the weekend being extradited to Egypt, citing concerns about the Egyptian legal process.
The wait is almost over for what could be the last big legal threat to Obamacare.
New York State Police provided an update Friday on the search for Richard Matt and David Sweat, the two convicted murderers who escaped from Clinton Correctional Facility nearly two weeks ago.
CBS2's Jessica Schneider has more on the latest suspect.
One of the NRAs top numbskulls responded to the Charleston church massacre by shooting off his mouth and blaming the victims. Displaying all the sensitivity of an anvil, Charles Cotton said the slaug
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina discusses feminism with Bloomberg Politics Mark Halperin.
Sanders surge is becoming a bigger problem for Clinton
A young woman was stabbed 32 times and left for dead after the man she was breaking up with begged her to meet him one last time for a hug, for closure.
Sen Bill Nelson and Sen. Dick Durbin placed a friendly wager on the National Hockey Leagues Stanley Cup Final series between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Trump Campaigns In NH, Says He Will Restore American Dream.
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