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SEC reveals 2016 hack that breached its filing system

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Facebook faces scrutiny for 'spread of fake news' & Russian backed ads

Georgia Tech student with knife killed by campus police

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Flynn, Bannon, Kushner secretly met with Jordan's king days before inauguration

13 arrests, 4 injuries to officers in St. Louis protests

Statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee removed from Dallas park

LSU investigates possible hazing in student death

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How to Help Earthquake Victims in Mexico

After a devastating 7.1 earthquake killed and displaced hundreds of people in Mexico, the best thing people abroad can do is donate money.

Trump Slaps Sanctions on N. Korea, Seeks 'Denuclearization'

President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he had signed an executive order authorizing additional sanctions against North Korea by targeting individuals, companies and financial institutions that do business with the "criminal, rogue regime."

Key West Bar Owner's Response to Irma: Free Meals, Twice a Day

In the two weeks after Hurricane Irma's devastation of Key West, Fla., a local bar owner has been providing hot meals and a sense of community to his neighbors.

Nursing Home Deaths After Irma May Not Involve Crimes

Ex-prosecutors say that any criminal prosecutions will hinge on whether the nursing home staff made honest mistakes or were 'culpably negligent.'

Floods Ravage Puerto Rico, Island Faces Months Without Power

"The San Juan that we knew yesterday is no longer there," the mayor of the Puerto Rican capital said after Hurricane Maria hammered the island.