Funeral held for victims of Kabul wedding bombing

Funeral held for victims of Kabul wedding bombing

Relatives of those killed in the suicide bombing at a Kabul wedding on Saturday night began to bury the dead on Sunday. The Islamic State group's affiliate in Afghanistan has claimed responsibility for blast that killed at least 63 people.
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At least 13 people arrested at Portland protest

At least 13 people arrested at Portland protest

More than a dozen people were arrested for things like disorderly conduct and unlawful use of a weapon in Portland, Oregon, during what the police chief described as a “long and arduous day” of competing protests.
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AP Top Stories August 17

AP Top Stories August 17

Here's the latest for Saturday, August 17th: Right-wing, counter-protesters in Portland; Riot police confront protesters in Hong Kong; Renamed Iran tanker preps for Gibraltar departure; Scientists simulate telescope's first days in orbit.
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Portland braced for rallies by opposing protesters

Portland braced for rallies by opposing protesters

Right-wing groups and counter-protesters gathered in downtown Portland, Oregon, on Saturday and authorities set up concrete barriers and closed streets in an effort to contain the groups.
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Today in History for August 18th

Today in History for August 18th

Highlights of this day in history: Mongol ruler Genghis Khan dies; Women in U.S. clinch right to vote; James Meredith graduates from Univ. of Miss.; Vladimir Nabokov's 'Lolita' published in U.S.; Actor-director Robert Redford born.
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Riot police confront protesters in Hong Kong

Riot police confront protesters in Hong Kong

Riot police confront protesters in Hong Kong
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Today in History for August 17th

Today in History for August 17th

Highlights of this day in history: Hurricane Camille hits Gulf Coast; President Clinton admits relationship with Monica Lewinsky; Gold found in Canada's Yukon; Robert Fulton's steamboat ride; Rudolf Hess dies; Actor Robert DeNiro born.
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Strangers mourn for El Paso shooting victim

Strangers mourn for El Paso shooting victim

When 63-year-old Margie Reckard was killed by a gunman who opened fire at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, earlier this month, Antonio Basco lost his entire world. So, he he invited the world to join him in remembering his companion of 22 years.
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Quakes rattle parts of Kansas

Quakes rattle parts of Kansas

A series of earthquakes shook parts of Kansas near Hutchinson, knocking down ceiling tiles, breaking windows, and shaking items off store shelves
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Analysis: Mental illness, no link to gun violence

Analysis: Mental illness, no link to gun violence

President Donald Trump says that in the wake of two mass shootings this month that he wants to focus on mental illness to prevent mass gun violence, not gun control. Mental health expert says data does not support making a connection.
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O'Rourke visits towns targeted in ICE raids

O'Rourke visits towns targeted in ICE raids

Democrat Beto O'Rourke has become the first presidential candidate to visit Mississippi towns where federal immigration agents raided chicken plants and arrested nearly 700 people.
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Portland closing downtown streets prior to marches

Portland closing downtown streets prior to marches

Portland, Oregon, city crews are installing barricades and closing downtown streets in preparation for a Saturday rally. The rally is organized by the Proud Boys, who have been designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
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Mocked Trump supporter laughs it off after rally

Mocked Trump supporter laughs it off after rally

An enthusiastic Trump supporter who was mistakenly mocked for his weight by the president during a rally in New Hampshire laughed it off late Thursday, telling a reporter, "Everything is good. I love the guy!"
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AP Top Stories August 16

AP Top Stories August 16

Here's the latest for Friday August 16th: Tlaib says she won't visit West Bank relatives; Earnhardt's plane bounced, went off runway; Photo of man sought in NYC subway scare released; Greenland says it's not for sale.
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Greenland to Trump: Thanks, but we're not for sale

Greenland to Trump: Thanks, but we're not for sale

Greenlanders are giving President Donald Trump the cold shoulder amid reports he had talked about buying the semiautonomous Danish island. A Trump ally says the president had discussed the purchase but was not serious about it.
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Loretta Devine speaks her mind on 'Family Reunion'

Loretta Devine speaks her mind on 'Family Reunion'

Loretta Devine, who stars in the new Netflix series "Family Reunion," recalls how being fired from "A Different World" changed her. She also says the idea of friendship is why "Waiting to Exhale" became a classic.
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Calif. files lawsuit over Trump immigration rule

Calif. files lawsuit over Trump immigration rule

California and three other states on Friday filed the latest court challenge to new Trump administration rules blocking green cards for many immigrants who use public assistance including Medicaid, food stamps and housing vouchers.
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Keegan-Michael Key works with 'hero' Eddie Murphy

Keegan-Michael Key works with 'hero' Eddie Murphy

Keegan-Michael Key says working with his 'hero' Eddie Murphy on their upcoming film "My Name is Dolemite" was "surreal."
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NYPD look to question man in rice cooker scare

NYPD look to question man in rice cooker scare

Three abandoned rice cookers prompted an evacuation of a major lower Manhattan subway station and closed off an intersection in another part of town Friday morning before police determined they were not explosives.
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ShowBiz Minute: Madsen, R Kelly, Woodstock

ShowBiz Minute: Madsen, R Kelly, Woodstock

'Reservoir Dogs' Actor Michael Madsen pleads guilty to DUI; R. Kelly judge to proceed to trial despite new cases; Arlo Guthrie sings as Woodstock fans flock to concert site.
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Jim Carrey: Ariana Grande 'wonderful to be around'

Jim Carrey: Ariana Grande 'wonderful to be around'

Jim Carrey expresses his joy about working with singer Ariana Grande on the latest season of "Kidding."
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AP source: Trump talked about buying Greenland

AP source: Trump talked about buying Greenland

President Donald Trump has talked to aides and allies about buying Greenland for the U.S. A Trump ally told The Associated Press on Thursday that the president had discussed the purchase but was not serious about it.
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AP Top Stories August 16

AP Top Stories August 16

Here's the latest for Friday August 16th: Israel says Rep. Rashida Tlaib can go to West Bank; Trump says voters have no choice but him; Truck drives through protest; Dale Earnhardt Jr. survives crash landing.
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Snoh Aalegra is out to unite the people

Snoh Aalegra is out to unite the people

Emerging R&B talent Snoh Aalegra returns with a new album and hopes people can be united by it.
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On This Day: 16 August 1977

On This Day: 16 August 1977

Elvis Presley - the King of Rock and Roll - died in Memphis aged 42.
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'Undone' bringing fine art to TV

'Undone' bringing fine art to TV

'Undone' star Rosa Salazar gushes about how the Rotoscope animation process is bringing fine art to TV screens.
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Guthrie plays Woodstock again

Guthrie plays Woodstock again

Arlo Guthrie entertained the press playing a Bob Dylan classic on the original Woodstock site in memory of the 1969 festival.
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Chinese paramilitary police seen near Hong Kong

Chinese paramilitary police seen near Hong Kong

Chinese paramilitary police could be seen gathered at the Shenzhen Stadium which is located next to a bridge linking Mainland China to Hong Kong.
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Truck hits protesters outside prison used by ICE

Truck hits protesters outside prison used by ICE

An organization protesting federal immigration policies says a truck drove through demonstrators outside a Rhode Island prison on Wednesday night. It says two people were injured, one seriously. A prison employee was placed on leave.
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Separated families sue US for trauma, abuse

Separated families sue US for trauma, abuse

Dozens of migrant children and their families who say forced separations and prolonged detention caused lasting trauma have filed claims against the federal government for millions of dollars in damages.
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'French Spiderman' climbs Hong Kong building

'French Spiderman' climbs Hong Kong building

A Frenchman, known for climbing stunts on skyscrapers around the globe, scaled a 62-story building in Hong Kong and hung a banner featuring the Chinese and Hong Kong flags.
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Trump:'love me or hate me, you got to vote for me'

Trump:'love me or hate me, you got to vote for me'

President Donald Trump on Thursday sought to reassure his supporters about the state of the US economy despite stock market volatility and told rallygoers in New Hampshire that their financial security depends on his reelection.
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Chinese paramilitary police gather near Hong Kong

Chinese paramilitary police gather near Hong Kong

Armored vehicles belonging to China's paramilitary police were parked Friday in Shenzhen, across the border from Hong Kong, in what some interpret as a threat against protesters.
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Tlaib: Israel made “huge error” with visit denial

Tlaib: Israel made “huge error” with visit denial

Tlaib: Israel made “huge error” with visit denial
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Today in History for August 16th

Today in History for August 16th

Highlights of this day in history: Elvis Presley, the King of Rock n' Roll, dies at Graceland; Baseball's Babe Ruth dies in New York; Uganda's Idi Amin dies in Saudi Arabia; 'Sports Illustrated' hits newsstands; Singer Madonna born.
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'Brian Banks' film hopes to spark change in U.S. legal system

'Brian Banks' film hopes to spark change in U.S. legal system

After spending more than five years in prison for a sexual assault crime he didn't commit, Brian Banks hopes a new film detailing his personal fight for justice will help others.
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Rescued otter pups debut at Chicago aquarium

Rescued otter pups debut at Chicago aquarium

Two southern sea otter pups rescued last month off the coast of California were introduced to the media Thursday at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium.
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Saints and Chargers get most out of workouts

Saints and Chargers get most out of workouts

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees say the two days of joint workouts between the teams are a good way to prepare for the regular season.
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Trump defends Israel move to bar 2 congresswomen

Trump defends Israel move to bar 2 congresswomen

President Donald Trump is defending Israel's decision to bar two Democratic members of Congress from visiting the country, even as he claims he didn't "encourage or discourage" the move.
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Sister: Earnhardt Jr. 'safe' after plane crash

Sister: Earnhardt Jr. 'safe' after plane crash

Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s sister says retired driver is 'safe' and in hospital for further evaluation after plane crash.
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AP Top Storie

AP Top Storie

Here's the latest for Thursday August 15th: Israel bans two US congresswomen; US markets have another roller-coaster day; Thousands rally in Yemeni city of Aden in support of separatists; Scientists trying to figure out what is making Greenland me...
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NASA official gets look at next moon rocket

NASA official gets look at next moon rocket

One of NASA’s top officials says the rocket under construction in New Orleans will power the next mission to the moon.
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US pushes new graphic cigarette warning labels

US pushes new graphic cigarette warning labels

U.S. health officials are making a new attempt at adding graphic images to cigarette packets to discourage Americans from lighting up. If successful, it would be the first change to U.S. cigarette warnings in 35 years.
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Rep. Schultz pushes for background checks for guns

Rep. Schultz pushes for background checks for guns

Florida representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz joined Parkland parents, whose children died in the Douglas high school mass shooting to call on Senate Republicans to take on a gun background check bill passed by the house.
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Scientists fly over Greenland to track melting ice

Scientists fly over Greenland to track melting ice

NASA scientists are in Greenland on a mission to track melting ice. Global warming is the chief culprit, but scientists want to know how this is happening. They're aboard a research plane this week dropping probes into the ice to learn more.
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Racoon invades snack vending machine, later freed

Racoon invades snack vending machine, later freed

A raccoon invaded a snack vending machine at a Florida high school; animal control officers worked with a vending machine operator to free then snack bandit
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O'Rourke restarts campaign as battle against Trump

O'Rourke restarts campaign as battle against Trump

Democrat Beto O'Rourke recast his presidential campaign as he rejoined the race on Thursday, using a speech in his Texas hometown where a mass shooting killed 22 people to argue that Donald Trump must be denied a second term.
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Portland prepares for possibly violent protests

Portland prepares for possibly violent protests

Authorities in Portland, Oregon are hoping to quell potential violence as out-of-town far-right groups gather in the heart of downtown Saturday. Officials are asking protesters to stay home as business prepare by closing up shop.
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