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Arizona student paralyzed by rare disorder while on vacation in Spain

Wednesday  21:31,   13 june 2018

A University of Arizona student is slowly regaining control of her limbs after she woke up paralyzed while on vacation in Spain. Kara Dunn, who reportedly contracted Guillain-Barre Syndrome, remains hospitalized abroad, but may be medically[...]

High-Climbing Raccoon Finally Reaches Top Of St. Paul Skyscraper And America Exhales

Wednesday  13:26,   13 june 2018

It reached the[...]

18-wheeler with 55 people in back stopped in San Antonio

Wednesday  09:53,   13 june 2018

No word on where they're from or their destination; only minor injuries reportedOfficials haven't said where the people were from or where they were going, but U.S. Border Patrol and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents were called in.[...]

Michigan OKs Nassar-related laws to give victims time to sue

Wednesday  05:51,   13 june 2018

Michigan Lt. Gov. Brian Calley has signed two bills inspired by the Larry Nassar scandal, including one giving childhood sexual abuse victims more time to sue. The current cutoff to file a lawsuit is generally a minor victim's 19th birthday,[...]

Colorado fire grows, prompts evacuation

Wednesday  04:05,   13 june 2018

Nearly 1,400 homes have been evacuated in Summit County, Colorado as the Buffalo wildfire burns nearby, according to Summit Fire & EMS. The fire began Tuesday and has burned 91 acres in the Arapahoe and Roosevelt National Forest, officials[...]

Suicide hotline calls rose by 65% after Spade, Bourdain deaths

Wednesday  04:05,   13 june 2018

Calls to a national suicide hotline went up 65% and texts to a crisis service jumped 116% last week. What happens after the spotlight on suicide goes away? Trained counselors at more than 150 crisis centers in the United States fielded 65% more[...]

Raccoon Climbs More Than 20 Floors Up Office Building, Pretends It's Totally Fine

Wednesday  02:16,   13 june 2018

St. Paul officials planned to set a trap on the roof in order to bring the animal down safely.The adventurous animal was first spotted Monday on a second-story ledge of the Town Square building. On Tuesday, when building workers tried to coax[...]

Student Protesters Hold Die-Ins Nationwide To Push For Stronger Gun Laws

Wednesday  01:55,   13 june 2018

On the second anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting, advocates called for faster action on gun reform.WASHINGTON ― Young gun violence prevention advocates gathered in Washington and elsewhere around the country on Tuesday, issuing a call to[...]

#MeToo cases in the spotlight as Southern Baptists convene

Wednesday  01:16,   13 june 2018

The Southern Baptist Convention opened its annual national meeting Tuesday in an anxious mood as the denomination's all-male leadership grapples with the fallout of multiple sexual misconduct cases. On the agenda is a resolution co-signed by[...]

Mayors conference passes resolutions calling for more gun control

Wednesday  01:11,   13 june 2018

The U.S. Conference of Mayors on Tuesday passed resolutions calling for more gun control, including limits on the number of guns a person may purchase in a single transaction. The conference, a bipartisan organization of mayors representing cities[...]

Exclusive: Trump looking to erect tent cities to house unaccompanied children

Wednesday  00:40,   13 june 2018

.<p>The Trump administration is looking to build tent cities at military posts around Texas to shelter the increasing number of unaccompanied migrant children being held in detention. The Department of Health and Human Services will visit Fort[...]

Americans had a ‘record-breaking’ year of charitable giving in 2017

Tuesday  23:51,   12 june 2018

Charitable giving by Americans reached a record high in 2017, with more than $410 billion being given out for good causes. This was a 5.2% increase from the previous year, according to the Giving USA Foundation’s annual philanthropic report, thanks[...]

Puerto Rico seeks to delay death records release from Hurricane Maria

Tuesday  23:05,   12 june 2018

Puerto Rico has filed a motion asking for permission to stall the delivery of death certificates and other data a judge had ordered released to CNN and others. Yet his government filed a motion late Monday asking for permission to stall the[...]

FBI agent whose gun went off while dancing taken into custody

Tuesday  23:00,   12 june 2018

The gun fired after it fell out of agent Chase Bishop's waistband as he did a back flip. A bystander who was wounded and taken to a local hospital in good condition.An off-duty FBI agent who accidentally fired a gun that dropped out of its[...]

Supreme Court decision halts Georgia voting rights lawsuit

Tuesday  22:51,   12 june 2018

WASHINGTON - A federal lawsuit challenging Georgia's system of removing inactive voters from the registration rolls was formally withdrawn on Tuesday after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Ohio's similar voter "purge" policy did[...]