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AP Source says Flynn will invoke Fifth Amendment


CDC: Parasite infections in pools on the rise


200,000 pounds of hot dogs recalled ahead of Memorial Day


Final Ringling Bros circus sells out in New York


Dozens walk out during VP Mike Pence's commencement address at Notre Dame


8 injured after plane hits truck at LAX


NYT: Trump tells Russians Comey was a ‘nut job’


Statue of General Lee coming down in New Orleans on Friday


Trump denies asking Comey to shelf Flynn probe


Times Square driver talked of hearing voices


Roger Ailes, fired Fox News CEO, died of bleeding on the brain


Senator Burr corrects earlier statement, says Flynn hasn't responded to subpoena


Sen.Tillis out of hospital after collapsing during race


Chelsea Manning released after 7 years in military prison


Report: Trump asked Comey to shut down Flynn investigation


Roger Ailes, former Fox News CEO, dies at 77


New Orleans takes down 3rd Confederate-era monument


Trump talk with Russians ‘wholly appropriate,’ adviser says


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