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Washington Metro workers approve strike amid…

After years without a new contract, the Washington Metro's largest union has overwhelmingly authorized a strike, just as thousands of tourists arrive in the nation's capital for this week's Major League Baseball All-Star Game

AP Exclusive: Survivor says officials responsible…

A state corrections counselor who was taken hostage during a deadly riot at Delaware's maximum-security prison says prison officials are to blame

The Latest: Amazon says it's working to resolve…

Amazon says it's working to resolve the glitches on its website that kept shoppers from buying on its much-hyped Prime Day

British PM accepts key amendments from hardline…

A former U.K. Cabinet minister from the ruling Conservative Party has called for a new Brexit referendum, an idea long assailed by the prime minister

Judge postpones 'El Chapo' trial for 2 months to November

A judge has postponed the New York trial of notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman until November

The ways Trump and Putin see eye to eye

From collusion and meddling to wanting US-Russia relations reset, the leaders were on the same page.

Meet the Billionaire Investing Guru Whose 27-Year…

"Margin of Safety" is the title of an old investing book, first published in 1991 and out of print for years, that's making a comeback.

Roll-Royce Is Coming Out With A Flying Car

Rolls-Royce just unveiled its plans for a flying personal vehicle, pitting the car and plane engineer against companies like Uber who are developing their own flying cars.

Woman charged with being Russian agent says she met Walker

A woman who attended Gov. Scott Walker's presidential campaign launch event in 2015 and posted a picture of herself with him has been charged with being a covert agent for Russia inside the U.S.

Black students wrongly accused of leaving without paying

Police in a St. Louis suburb are reviewing what happened after 10 black college students were stopped by officers and escorted with squad cars to a restaurant after being wrongfully suspected of leaving without paying

Putin says Russia 'never interfered' in Amerian…

During a news conference with U.S. President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin said "the Russian state has never interfered and is not going to interfere into internal American affairs including (the) election process." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Convictions upheld for women who raised money for al-Shabab

A federal appeals court has upheld the convictions and prison sentences of two women who used an internet chat room to raise several thousand dollars for the Somali militant group al-Shabab

Russian National With Links To NRA Charged As A…

Maria Butina was arrested in Washington, D.C., on Sunday.

Source: Uber facing probe into alleged gender…

Source says government regulators are investigating whether Uber's pay structure discriminated against the ride-hailing service's women workers

Police unaware of man before college student's…

Police: Man fatally shot after wounding 3 Kansas City officers during gunfight hadn't drawn investigators' attention before college student's death this month

Stranded woman drank water from moss after…

An Oregon woman who was badly injured and stranded for a week after her Jeep plunged 250 feet over a cliff into the ocean near Big Sur in California says she survived by drinking water dripping from moss

Woman says Iowa patrol captain didn't act in…

A woman who reported being sexually harassed by a trooper says an Iowa State Patrol captain failed to act on her complaint

World Cup protesters get 15 days in jail, sports…

4 protesters who barged onto the field at the World Cup final have been sentenced to 15 days in jail