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Teen Charged In Fatal Stabbing Of Student That Dozens Filmed, Shared On Social Media

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"Kids stood here and didn't help Khaseen. They'd rather video this event," Detective Lt. Stephen Fitzpatrick told reporters at a news conference. "They video'd his death instead of helping."

With Abortion Restrictions On The Rise, Some Women Induce Their Own

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Activists are spreading information about self-induced abortion online and in person. The World Health Organization says a single drug, misoprostol, can be used to safely induce abortion.

Fate Of Fetal Remains Unclear As Investigation Continues In Indiana

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The discovery of more than 2,246 medically preserved fetal remains at the home of a deceased former abortion doctor is under investigation, and has led to calls for the remains to be formally buried.

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Schiff Vows To Escalate Standoff Over Spy Complaint; 'Fake News,' Trump Scoffs

The House intelligence committee met behind closed doors with the inspector general of the intelligence community amid reports the president's communications with a foreign leader raised concerns.

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Imelda Causing 'Major, Catastrophic Flooding' In Southeast Texas, Forecasters Warn

Some parts of southeast Texas could see rain totals of 25 to 35 inches through Friday, the National Weather Service says.

Nation | local | Science | Flora and Fauna

North America Has Lost 3 Billion Birds, Scientists Say

Researchers estimate that the bird population has fallen by a quarter since 1970. More than 90% of the loss can be attributed to just a dozen bird families, including sparrows, blackbirds and finches.

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What We Know About The Attack On Saudi Oil Facilities

The U.S. and Saudi Arabia claim Iran is behind the attack. Iran denies involvement. Here's what the physical evidence shows.

Nation | Election | Technology | World

People Are Looking At Your LinkedIn Profile. They Might Be Chinese Spies

Chinese intelligence officers like to use the professional social network — in which people often accept pings from strangers — to recruit sources within the U.S. government.

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The Mysterious Death Of The Hacker Who Turned In Chelsea Manning

Adrian Lamo was a hero in the hacker community for years. Everything changed when he began exchanging messages with U.S. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning.

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New Mexico Unveils Plan To Give Students Free College Tuition Regardless Of Income

Calling the plan "the moonshot for higher education," Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said the plan could help 55,000 students attend college each year at a cost of up to $35 million.

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False Tsunami Warning In Hawaii Triggered By Police Exercise

The alert, which was "inadvertently triggered" during Honolulu Police Department training, angered residents who recalled a similar false alarm last year warning of an imminent missile attack.

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The Battle Over Fish Farming In The Open Ocean Heats Up, As EPA Permit Looms

Advocates say farmed seafood is more sustainable than wild-caught. Critics say these farms pollute surrounding waters. Federal waters have been off-limits to aquaculture, but that may soon change.

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Bahamians Who Fled Dorian Face An Uncertain Future In U.S.

Customs and Border Protection says some 4,000 Bahamians relocated to the U.S. after Hurricane Dorian — many of them to South Florida. They're wondering if the U.S. will allow them to stay.