Hillary Clinton: I'm not the presumptive nominee yet

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tells CNN's Anderson Cooper that she doesn't see herself as the Democratic party's presumptive presidential nominee yet.

Navy SEAL killed in Iraq was close to disgraced grandfather

Navy SEAL killed in Iraq went to school in Arizona and was to close disgraced grandfather Charles H. Keating Jr., a financier who served prison time for his role in savings and loan failure of the 1980s.

Feds indict alleged members of Gangster Disciples

A federal indictment charges alleged members of the Gangster Disciples street gang, including an Atlanta area police officer, with racketeering activity

APNewsBreak: Chimp victim's body rejecting face transplant

The Connecticut woman who underwent a face transplant five years ago after being attacked by a chimpanzee is back in the hospital after doctors discovered her body is rejecting the transplant

Donald Trump Says He Wants A Politician As His Running Mate

Donald Trump needs a vice president, and he says he wants a Republican with political experience.

Biggest Threats to Humanity Determined

Oxford University determined the biggest threats to humanity over the next five years. Let's be honest, not many of these are too shocking. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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If You're Homeless And In Need, Stealing Food Is OK In Italy

The court ruled that due to "the condition of the defendant" and the small amount of food he took, a man wouldn't be punished for his actions.

Wildfires cause chaos in Canada town

At least half of a northern Alberta city was ordered evacuated as a wildfire whipped by winds engulfed homes and sent ash raining down on residents

Officials to police: Girl restrained to protect students

Two white southeast Missouri school officials who are being sued by a black teenage said in newly released police report that they physically restrained the girl in 2014 because she was trying to fight another student

America Has Too Much Cheese

I never thought i'd say this but it seems America has too much cheese. We have our biggest surplus of cheese in the past 32 years so get out there and do your part. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

Obama visiting Flint for first time since water crisis began

President Barack Obama is set to meet with worried residents of Flint, Michigan, to hear how they're managing after lead from old pipes tainted their drinking water

Hundreds Of Fruit And Vegetable Products Recalled Over Listeria Fears

CRF Frozen Foods has recalled all of its frozen fruit and vegetable products after its earlier recall over listeria concerns in April.

Florida teen's family suing over death on SC ropes course

The family of a Florida teen has filed a lawsuit over her death at a South Carolina high ropes course last summer

FDA advisers reconsider training for painkiller prescribers

Federal health experts are discussing changes to government programs intended to improve the safety of painkillers like OxyContin

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Agency: Bald eagle caused Alaska plane crash that killed 4

A small airplane hit a bald eagle before it crashed just north of Anchorage, Alaska, last month, killing all four people on board

John Kasich Is Dropping Out Of The Presidential Race

The GOP path is now wide open for Donald Trump.

Attorney: Specialist sent to Prince was too late

Prince's attorney said during a press conference that the opioid addiction specialist sent his son to meet with Prince, but upon arrival the music legend was already dead.

Man claiming to be bitcoin founder to provide further proof

Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright, the man who came forward as bitcoin's founder on Monday, now says that he will provide further proof in the coming days to back up his 'extraordinary claim.'

Hillary Clinton: Donald Trump 'is a loose cannon'

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tells CNN's Anderson Cooper that presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump "is a loose cannon" when it comes to policy issues.

The Latest: Obama's arrival in Flint greeted by Gov. Snyder

President Barack Obama is in Flint, Michigan, where he is bringing a promise of change after lead from old pipes tainted drinking water in the city

US secretary of interior touts conservation fund in Montana

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell used a Montana backdrop to urge Congress to permanently reauthorize a key funding source for the country's parks and recreation system

Air bag inflator recall expected to grow significantly

The biggest automotive recall in U.S. history is about to get much larger

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911 Call Log Raises More Questions About Prince's Health

A newly released call log from Minnesota authorities shows one caller mentioned the singer's "cocaine habits."

Man Sues Employer Because His Job Was Boring

A man in France is suing his former employer because he's saying that the job was too boring. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the specifics.

This Massive 1,109-Carat Diamond Is Going Up For Auction

It's said to be the size of a tennis ball.