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StarKist admits fixing tuna prices, faces $100 million fine

Authorities say StarKist has agreed to plead guilty to price fixing as part of a broad collusion investigation of the canned tuna industry

APNewsBreak: Feds open clergy abuse probe in…

The U.S. Justice Department has opened an investigation of child sexual abuse inside the Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania

Ole Miss donor's name being removed after racist…

A donor's name is being removed the University of Mississippi journalism school after his Facebook post drew backlash for being racist

Taliban attack kills top Afghan officials, US…

Deputy governor says top officials in Afghan province of Kandahar killed by their own guards, and a Taliban spokesman says Washington's top general in Afghanistan was the target

Fear, frustration pervade life in post-Michael…

Daily life is a series of fears and frustrations for thousands of people living on the edge more than a week after Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle

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'Mansize' tissues - do people really care?

Kleenex has stopped branding big tissues Mansize, but that's not the only gender-identifying product out there.

President Trump Says It 'Certainly Looks' Like…

President Donald Trump says it “certainly looks” as though missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead.

Meghan Markle's Surprised Giggles Prove the…

Prince Harry's good-natured chuckle at Duchess Meghan's scare shows just how adorable this couple really is. Buzz60's TC Newman has more.

Trump lawyers: Low ratings prove charity not political tool

President Donald Trump's lawyers are citing low TV ratings for a veterans fundraiser as proof he wasn't out to use his charity to boost his White House bid

2nd guilty plea about autistic relative held captive

A New Orleans-area man has admitted keeping an autistic relative captive, sometimes in a camouflaged cage in the back yard

Wall Street drops on Italy, Saudi Arabia worry

U.S. stocks fell more than 1 percent on Thursday as the European Commission issued a warning regarding Italy's budget and concerns mounted over the possibility of strained relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia. Fred Katayama reports.

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Pressure turns to Mexico as migrant caravan heads…

As about 3,000 Hondurans made their way through Guatemala, attention and pressure are turning to Mexico

All Illinois Catholic dioceses targeted in sex abuse lawsuit

Four people who say they were sexually abused decades ago by five priests in parishes across Illinois are suing every diocese in the state for the abuse itself and what they say is a widespread and ongoing scheme to cover up clergy abuse.

Former USA Gymnastics Chief Arrested For Evidence…

Steve Penny is accused of tampering with documents related to Larry Nassar, who was imprisoned this year on criminal sexual abuse charges.

SC officials ask Trump to save troubled nuclear fuel project

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster and the state's congressional delegation are urging President Donald Trump to reconsider his administration's plan to shut down a half-built nuclear fuel facility in their state

Ex-FBI agent gets 4 years in prison for leaking documents

A former FBI agent in Minnesota who admitted to leaking classified documents to a reporter has been sentenced to 4 years in prison

Court weighs 'Apprentice' hopeful's suit versus Trump

Lawyers for President Donald Trump hope to persuade a New York appeals court to dismiss or delay a lawsuit against him by former "Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos

APNewsBreak: California revisits three-strike…

Up to 4,000 California inmates serving life sentences for nonviolent convictions could be paroled following the state's decision to let stand a judge's ruling saying those prisoners are eligible for freedom under a voter-approved law

Man linked to Saudi prince at consulate when…

Turkish paper shows man from Saudi crown prince's entourage walking into consulate before Khashoggi vanished there

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Ex-Newtown officials defend handling of shooter's education

Former educators in the Connecticut town where 20 children and six adults were shot to death in an elementary school are pushing back against a state report that was critical of how the shooter's education was handled