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Man who had lethal injection delayed 7 times to…

Alabama is set to execute a man who has had his lethal injection delayed by the courts seven times

University of Maryland stepping up efforts to…

After a fatal stabbing that's being investigated as a possible hate crime, the University of Maryland is stepping up efforts to battle hate on campus

Tattooed 'Joker' accused of pointing gun at…

Police in Florida managed to arrest the Joker without Batman's help following reports of a green-haired man with tattoos on his face pointing a gun at traffic

Montana GOP candidate Gianforte charged with…

The candidate is accused of body slamming a reporter

Democrats slam GOP healthcare bill after CBO…

Cheryl Casone reports from New York

Iraqi forces release videos countering claims of abuse

An Iraqi interior ministry unit accused of committing abuses in the fight against IS in Mosul release videos refuting the claims

Police: Teen gave friends tattoos while at school

Rhode Island police have charged a 15-year-old high school girl they say gave homemade tattoos to two friends on school grounds

SoftBank's massive Nvidia investment, Xbox Game…

The biggest tech news of the day includes SoftBank's mega-investment in Nvidia. Plus Unity Engine gets $400 million through an equity firm and Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass is due to start in June.

Manchester nurse: 'I went home and cried a lot'

Medics speak about working to treat the victims of Manchester's bomb attack on Monday.

The New York Times - Manchester Stands Together…

From The New York Times: People gathered in St. Ann’s Square in central Manchester on Thursday to observe a minute of silence in remembrance of those killed on Monday in the terrorist attack.By: By CAMILLA SCHICK. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2rYk1cv

Republican Health Care Bill Would Lead to 23…

The Republican bill to repeal Obamacare would result in 23 million fewer people having health insurance by the year 2026, according to a long-awaited and nonpartisan forecast, upending the healthcare system and scrambling insurance markets.

Warning signs: How to spot future catastrophes

Richard Clarke, former counter-terror advisor to past three presidents, reacts the current climate in Washington and how he judges the ongoing investigation into Russia.

Carson: Poverty is a "state of mind"

HUD Secretary Ben Carson called poverty a "state of mind," saying that people with the right mindset can work to get to the top.

Graham: New FBI Director Should Be an FBI Agent

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The Entire Country of Sweden is on Airbnb

The entire country of Sweden is on Airbnb. Elizabeth Keatinge (@elizkeatinge) has more.

The Latest: Polls open after candidate charged…

The polls are open in a race for Montana's only congressional seat just hours after the front-running candidate was charged with beating up a reporter

Woman plans guilty plea in Sandy Hook parent threat case

The attorney for a Florida woman says she will plead guilty to threatening a man whose 6-year-old son was killed in the 2012 mass shooting at a school in Connecticut.

Florida officer fired for using excessive force on teenager

A Florida police officer was fired after an internal review found he used excessive force on a 13-year-old boy who had been involved in a fight at a youth shelter

Vermont's Governor Vetoes A Bill To Legalize…

Vermont's governor refused to sign legislation to legalize recreational marijuana, unless the state's Congress makes some changes.

Computer wins 2nd game against Chinese go champion

A computer that plays go has won a second game against China's top player in a match authorities are limiting the Chinese public's ability to see

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Britain angered by US leaks of Manchester bombing probe; Trump meeting with EU, NATO leaders; Montana congressional candidate charged with misdemeanor assault of reporter

Unusual mass attack injures 8 California guards…

Officials say a fight that forced correctional officers to open fire with real bullets to stop a melee was unusual even by the violent standard of California prisons