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T-Wolves pick UNC's Johnson in proposed swap with Suns for Culver

Raptors capture first NBA title, beat Warriors in Game 6

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Walker, Hornets keep playoff push going, beat Cavs 124-97

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Ex-sheriff Joe Arpaio, pardoned by Trump, wants his old job back

"Watch out world! We are back!" Arpaio, 87, says in announcing he is again running for sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona.

Dorian could be hurricane when it reaches Puerto Rico

Dorian's path could shift markedly, but forecast maps suggest it will be a Category 1 hurricane when it approaches the island midweek.

L.A. sheriff's deputy admits faking his own sniper attack

Deputy Angel Reinosa, 21, will be relieved of his duties and face a criminal investigation, department officials said.

Man honors fellow veterans with walk across America

Navy veteran Tommy Zurhellen walked 2,860 from Portland, Oregon to Poughkeepsie, New York to raise money and awareness about veterans’ struggles, from suicide to homelessness.

Recovering a piece of black American history in Virginia

Every weekend in Richmond, volunteers work to restore Evergreen, a historic burial ground from the 1890s that has been neglected for decades. It’s the final resting place of thousands of prominent black Virginians, including doctors, lawyers and soldiers.