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Gunman 'Clearly Targeted Gamers' at Florida Football Tournament

Gunman 'Clearly Targeted Gamers' at Florida Football Tournament

A California man who played video games to earn money for college and a West Virginian whose e-sports winnings helped support his young family were slain at a Florida tournament where a gunman
McCain had a 'Wicked' Wit That he Often Aimed at Himself

McCain had a 'Wicked' Wit That he Often Aimed at Himself

Here’s how John McCain made it clear he was happy to see you in the Senate hallways.“Haven’t seen you in a while. How was the Betty Ford clinic?”Or he’d growl, “Whaddya want?”Such rascally greetings
US, Canada Set for Talks to Revise NAFTA

US, Canada Set for Talks to Revise NAFTA

With a deal with Mexico out of the way, U.S. trade officials are due to resume talks with Canada on Tuesday to try to salvage the North American Free Trade Agreement as a trilateral accord.After
Report: Nearly 3,000 Deaths in Puerto Rico Linked to Maria

Report: Nearly 3,000 Deaths in Puerto Rico Linked to Maria

Hurricane Maria killed nearly 3,000 people in Puerto Rico in the desperate, sweltering months after the storm — almost double the previous government estimate — with the elderly and impoverished most
Poll: Women, Suburban Republicans Key to US Midterms

Poll: Women, Suburban Republicans Key to US Midterms

Women and well-off suburban Republicans will play decisive roles in countering President Donald Trump's loyalists in November's midterm elections, according to Ipsos pollsters who are armed with new
US Trade Chief: Both US, Mexico Winners in New Pact

US Trade Chief: Both US, Mexico Winners in New Pact

The tentative new U.S. trade deal with Mexico is a win for both countries, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer believes, creating more jobs for workers and farmers alike.Final details have yet
US Military Hints It Could Resume Major Exercises With South Korea

US Military Hints It Could Resume Major Exercises With South Korea

The U.S. military has no plans yet to suspend any more major military exercises with South Korea, the defense secretary said on Tuesday, in the middle of a breakdown in diplomacy with North Korea over
Worldwide Gun Deaths Reach 250,000 Yearly; US Ranks High

Worldwide Gun Deaths Reach 250,000 Yearly; US Ranks High

Gun deaths worldwide total about 250,000 yearly and the United States is among just six countries that make up half of those fatalities, a study found. The results from one of the most comprehensive
Defenders Rally Around Pope

Defenders Rally Around Pope

Supporters of Pope Francis have rushed to his defense after a former top Vatican official launched an unprecedented attack on him, a move they saydangerously escalates a campaign to weaken his papacy
Trump's Former Campaign Chief Seeks to Move 2nd Trial Out of Washington

Trump's Former Campaign Chief Seeks to Move 2nd Trial Out of Washington

Lawyers for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on Tuesday said they would seek to move his second trial, scheduled to start next month, out of Washington, D.C., due to the highly politicized
Bill Gates Directs US Education Funding to Local Schools

Bill Gates Directs US Education Funding to Local Schools

Marking another phase in his education agenda, Bill Gates is now taking a more targeted approach to help struggling U.S. schools.The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is now funding groups working
Mattis Rebuffs Idea of Privatizing Forces in Afghanistan

Mattis Rebuffs Idea of Privatizing Forces in Afghanistan

U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis on Tuesday rebuffed a proposal to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan and replace them with private security forces."When the Americans put their nation's
Rebuilding a Struggle after California Wine Country Fires

Rebuilding a Struggle after California Wine Country Fires

Construction crews have already put up the frame on Cheri Sharp's new house, but she still questions whether rebuilding was the right choice after California’s most destructive wildfire took her old
Citing Free Speech, Trump Seeks Dismissal of Stormy Daniels Defamation Case

Citing Free Speech, Trump Seeks Dismissal of Stormy Daniels Defamation Case

Lawyers for U.S. President Donald Trump have asked a federal judge to dismiss a defamation lawsuit by adult film actress Stormy Daniels, calling it an attempt to suppress the president's free
US Envoy Haley Questions Palestinian Refugee Numbers

US Envoy Haley Questions Palestinian Refugee Numbers

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Tuesday appeared to question the world body's count of Palestinian refugees, the latest in a series of steps by the Trump administration
3D-Printed-Gun Blueprints for Sale, Group Says

3D-Printed-Gun Blueprints for Sale, Group Says

A Texas-based group that a U.S. federal judge had barred from issuing blueprints for 3-D-printed plastic guns on the internet said Tuesday that it had made the firearm designs available for sale.Cody
In US Senate Primary, Arizona Republicans Compete Over Who Loves Trump Most

In US Senate Primary, Arizona Republicans Compete Over Who Loves Trump Most

A contentious three-way U.S. Senate battle in Arizona on Tuesday among Republicans fighting to prove the depth of their allegiance to President Donald Trump tops the last big day of state nominating
Former Police Officer Convicted of Murder in Texas Teen's Death

Former Police Officer Convicted of Murder in Texas Teen's Death

A Dallas County jury on Tuesday found a former policeman guilty of murder for using a rifle to kill a black teenager in a car moving away from him.The case from April 2017 in a Dallas suburb fueled a
US to Continue Backing Saudi Coalition in Yemen War

US to Continue Backing Saudi Coalition in Yemen War

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Tuesday the U.S. intends to continue backing the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen despite civilian casualties and questions about the Saudis'
Part of US Slavery's Beginnings Noted at Historic Jamestown

Part of US Slavery's Beginnings Noted at Historic Jamestown

On a recent afternoon, tour guide Justin Bates pointed to the spot where historic Jamestown's legislature first convened in July 1619. He then gestured toward another nearby spot where some of the