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Is this the world's most handsome horse?

Meet Frederik the Great, a Friesian stallion whose lustrous mane has captivated the Internet and drawn comparisons to superstar model Fabio.

Testimony continues in trial of Alabama House speaker

Testimony is continuing in the ethics trial of the Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard

Ex-US magistrate hired to prosecute Alabama chief justice

A former federal magistrate has been hired to prosecute suspended Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore on judicial ethics charges

The Latest: Prosecutor says co-defendant supplied gun

A West Virginia prosecutor says authorities believe a suspect in the fatal shooting of former coal executive Bennett Hatfield obtained the gun that was used from another co-defendant

That Trump-Sanders Debate (Probably) Won't Happen

Donald Trump's comments on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" sounded like an acceptance, but campaign sources are now saying he won't debate Bernie Sanders.

The Harsh Reality Behind Soft Pillows

People pay top dollar for down comforters and pillows, never thinking about how they're made. Jordyn Rolling (@jordynrolling) has the story!

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The Italian Navy Rescues At Least 500 Migrants From A Capsized Boat

At least 500 migrants were saved by Italy's navy after their boat capsized near the Libyan coast in the Mediterranean Sea.

EU: Hungary must stop discriminating against Roma children

The European Union has issued a warning to Hungary about the discrimination of Roma children in the education system

The Latest: Snyder halts some Flint water investigations

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is calling for a halt of administrative investigations into how two state agencies dealt with the Flint drinking water crisis after being warned they are hampering state and federal criminal probes

U.S. Still Using Floppy Disks to Run Its Nuclear Program

It's very concerning information, that the government's system for sending emergency messages to nuclear teams runs off 70's computer technology and floppy disks. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

In reversal, House backs LGBT rights for federal contractors

After party leaders let Republican lawmaker vote as they wished, the House reversed course and approved a measure aimed at upholding an executive order that bars discrimination against LGBT employees by federal contractors

America's Nuclear Operations Run On Floppy Disks

The Government Accountability Office revealed that the federal government spent about $61 billion on maintaining old computer technology in 2015.

The Latest: Man charged in professor's murder stays in jail

A South Florida man charged with killing a Florida State University law professor is going to remain in jail

US stocks barely budge as banks slip after two-day surge

US stocks are not moving much in Thursday morning trading as banks and chemicals makers give back some of their recent gains

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90-minute tornado a rarity, even where tornadoes are common

A tornado that raked the Kansas landscape for 90 minutes was rare, scouring the Plains for 10 times longer than the typical twister

Donald Trump Officially Has Enough Delegates For The GOP Nomination

He needed 1,237 delegates and reportedly has support from 1,238.

WWII plane located after 72 years

A U.S. Navy Avenger torpedo plane has been found on the seafloor. The aircraft was shot down in during a 1944 battle over the Pacific Ocean.

Gawker may be looking to sell after losing Hulk Hogan case

The embattled online media company Gawker has hired an investment banker to explore options including a possible sale

How would UK leaving affect the European Union?

Should the U.K. remain a member of the European Union? CNN's Erin Mclaughlin gets differing opinions from members of the European Parliament.

The Latest: Consultant believed he had to use Hubbard's firm

Testimony is continuing in the ethics trial of the Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard

Protests for $15 wage expected at McDonald's headquarters

Protesters demanding a higher minimum wage are expected to march on the McDonald's Corp. headquarters near Chicago ahead of the fast-food giant's annual shareholders' meeting

AP: Intruders breach US airport fences about every 10 days

Under pressure to prevent people from sneaking onto runways and planes at major U.S. airports, authorities are responding with a crackdown _ not on the intruders, but on the release of information about the breaches

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Shooting At T.I. Concert In New York Leaves 1 Dead And 3 Wounded

The venue had metal detectors, but concertgoers say they weren't searched on their way inside.

Students Say No To Midterms And Grades Below C

Oberlin students say a normal grading system isn't fair due to their activism and protests. Jordyn Rolling (@jordynrolling) has the story!

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.