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Three Shot, Including Two Police Officers, In Dallas

Police said the officers are in critical condition. Local media report the suspect has not been apprehended.

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Pruitt Proposes New Rule Defining What Science Can Be Used By EPA

The EPA administrator wants to restrict the science used by the agency in its decision-making. Scientists are concerned it eliminates all good science in the process.

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Truckers Line Up Under Bridge To Save Man Threatening Suicide

Michigan State Police and local officials rounded up a group of 13 semitruck drivers to park below a freeway overpass to shorten the fall of a man trying to jump to his death.

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London's Parliament Square Gets Its First Statue Honoring A Woman

The monument depicts suffragist leader Millicent Fawcett, who fought for decades to secure the vote for all women. The bronze joins 11 statues of men such as Winston Churchill and Abraham Lincoln.

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Mosul's Famed Mosque And 'Hunchback' Minaret, Destroyed By ISIS, Will Be Rebuilt

The United Arab Emirates says it will contribute $50.4 million to fund the restoration in the Iraqi city. UNESCO called it an "unprecedented cooperation to rebuild cultural heritage in Iraq."

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Interest Rate Rise Unsettles Stock Investors; Dow Falls 425 Points

For the first time in four years, the rate on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note crossed 3 percent. While it signals a stronger economy, it makes bonds more attractive investments, undermining stocks.

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WATCH: Toronto Officer Praised For Restraint In Standoff With Suspected Van Driver

"Shoot me in the head," the suspect says. The officer tells him to get down. Seconds later, the man is on the ground, handcuffed. The officer did not fire any shots.

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Newsroom To 'Chicago Tribune': We Have The Votes For A Union

Tribune journalists give corporate owner Tronc a day to recognize the union voluntarily. Otherwise, they say they will force a federal vote that "will result overwhelmingly in our favor."

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Ronny Jackson's VA Nomination Hearing Postponed Amid 'Serious Allegations'

In an interview with NPR, Mike Rounds, a member of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, declined to elaborate on the nature of what he described as "unsubstantiated allegations."

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Amazon Wants To Deliver Packages Inside Your Car

The offer for now is for people who have a 2015 or newer GM car or Volvo with an active OnStar or Volvo On Call account. It's an extension of Amazon's program to deliver packages inside homes.

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Chinese Women Face Rampant Gender Discrimination From Employers, Report Says

Human Rights Watch says 19 percent of job advertisements in 2018 were designated "men only." Meanwhile, several tech companies feature young female employees in ads to attract male counterparts.

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Suspected Pirates Board Dutch Cargo Ship Off Nigeria, Seize Crew

Twelve crewmembers of the MV FWN Rapide were reportedly taken hostage over the weekend. The ship's manager says it is working to gain their release.

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Top Stories: Iran's Foreign Minister On Nuke Deal; Facebook's New Standards

Also: A Border Patrol agent is acquitted of murder while a jury deadlocks on lesser charges; Prince's family files a lawsuit; and confirmation hearings may be delayed for VA nominee Ronny Jackson.

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Prince's Family Files Wrongful Death Suit Against Hospital, Pharmacy Chain

The pop superstar was treated for an overdose a week before his death, but the suit contends that the hospital failed to realize the drug he was taking was a deadly counterfeit.

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Iran's Foreign Minister: Renegotiating Nuclear Deal Would Damage U.S. Credibility

Mohammad Javad Zarif, speaking with Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep, said that no one will trust the United States to stick to an international agreement if it goes back on the nuclear deal.

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Border Patrol Agent Acquitted In 2012 Fatal Shooting Of Mexican Teen

The judge declared a mistrial after the jury deadlocked on a lesser charge of manslaughter against agent Lonnie Swartz.

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VIDEO: Passenger Tased Over And Over Again On Plane After Allegedly Fondling Woman

An American Airlines passenger was shocked 10 times then forcibly removed from a flight after a woman accused him of touching her without permission, according to the Miami-Dade Police Department.

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'Numerous' Pedestrians Hit By Van In Toronto, Police Say

Police say a white van has struck multiple pedestrians in the North York area of the city. It was not immediately clear how many people were injured.

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Waffle House Shooting Suspect Is In Custody

Police in Nashville, Tenn., said Monday afternoon that Travis Reinking was captured "moments ago" in a wooded area just miles from the Waffle House where he allegedly shot and killed four people.

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Amid Protests, Armenia's Prime Minister And Former President Will Resign

'The street movement is against my tenure,' said Serzh Sargsyan, after days of rallies. Critics oppose his new position, considering it a power grab by the former president.

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