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What happened in Hillary Clinton's 1975 rape case?

Hillary Clinton stands by her defense in the 1975 sexual assault case she represented after Donald Trump supporters hurl accusations. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.

The Latest: 1 person drowns in Oklahoma floodwaters

Authorities say one person drowned when a vehicle was swept off a road in central Oklahoma

Phoenix-area police seek suspect after 2 hit by gunfire

Authorities say they're searching for at least one suspect after a motorist in the Phoenix area was hit by gunfire, another was wounded in a carjacking, and a patrol cruiser was struck by a bullet

10 Things to Know for Wednesday

Among 10 Things to Know: Cosby to stand trial in sex case; who seeks better ties with U.S. foes; why Trump seeks donations

South Carolina Governor Signs 20-Week Limit On Abortions Into Law

The new law says abortions can only be performed after 20 weeks to save the life of the woman or if the fetus won't survive outside of the womb.

Police Called on Naked Sleepwalker in the Streets

A sleepwalking tourist was approached by police who were expecting it to be a dare of some kind. Fortunately and unfortunately it was just a bad night for the person sleeping. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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This Sinkhole Swallowed More Than A Dozen Cars In Florence, Italy

The cars slid into the hole, which reached depths of 22 feet in some spots.

G-7 in sync with Japanese Prime Minister Abe's own agenda

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and fellow leaders of the Group of Seven advanced economies will begin their summit with a visit to Ise Shrine, one of many aspects of the gathering that dovetail with Abe's long-term diplomatic and political agenda

Tapes: Peterson planned celebration after hit on prosecutor

Wiretapped conversations show Drew Peterson planning a prison celebration after arranging for another inmate's uncle to kill the prosecutor who helped convict him in his ex-wife's death

A Statue of the Virgin Mary Crying a Single Tear Sparks Pilgrimage

A statue of the Virgin Mary in Floridablanco, Colombia has sparked a pilgrimage after the statue appeared to have cried a single tear of blood. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.

Illinois House speaker again defies governor on budget

Illinois' Democratic House speaker is proceeding with his own budget for the next year in defiance of pro-business legislation sought by Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner, escalating a dispute that has left the state without a budget for 11 months

9 States Sue Obama Administration Over Transgender Bathroom Policy

Several states have filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration over its guidelines on accommodating transgender students.

Man convicted of trying to sell weapons to Colombia rebels

A Romanian citizen has been convicted in New York of conspiring to sell military-grade weapons in Europe to informants who said they wanted to shoot down American helicopters in Colombia

Ohio airport to be named in honor of astronaut John Glenn

Astronaut John Glenn is getting an airport named in his honor in his home state of Ohio

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Man arrested for dragging dog behind truck in Washington

Police have arrested a man for dragging a dog behind his truck in Vancouver

Wife Of GOP Lawmaker Reveals She Had An Abortion As A Teen

She says that she's regretted the abortion "nearly every day since."

1983: Beth Howland talks about her character on 'Alice'

In a 1983 interview on People Now, Beth Howland talks about what it was like to play her character on the TV show "Alice."

Microsoft denies forcing Windows 10 upgrade

Microsoft says Windows users still can opt-out of upgrading to the latest version of the software despite claims that the company has made it exceedingly difficult to do so

Hillary Clinton in 2015: Email server was permitted

In July of 2015, Hillary Clinton told CNN that everything she did with her email server as Secretary of State was permitted and that other people in her position had done the same thing.

Mother of suspect in infant shooting urges him to surrender

The mother of a St. Louis-area man accused of fatally shooting his 8-month-old son and driving off with his two other young children is urging the man to surrender

Phones fuel great growth potential for US Internet gambling

People attending a major gambling conference say Internet gambling has tremendous growth potential in the United States as the use of smartphones continues to grow

University of Oregon investigating trash at California lake

The University of Oregon is investigating whether other campus fraternities and sororities were responsible for a half-mile-wide swath of trash left behind at a California lake after one fraternity was suspended, a university spokesman said Wednesday

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This Soon-To-Be Dad Reveals What It's Really Like To Try To Conceive

About 1 in 9 American couples struggle to conceive. A Cincinnati man's candid Facebook post describes the struggles he and his wife faced.

Man Offering Free Caribbean Trip to Whoever Can Help His Girlfriend

A professional kite surfer is offering a free six month trip to the caribbean to anyone who can help his girlfriend with her physical therapy. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the hotels.

Active Duty US Soldiers, Veteran Reach The Top Of Mount Everest

After starting an expedition in April, two active duty U.S. soldiers and a single-leg amputee veteran made it to the top of Mount Everest.