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Trump Supporters Don't Really Care If He Is Impeached

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Those who advocate for President Donald Trump's impeachment are more motivated than those who oppose it, a survey shows.

Slenderman: Girl Who Stabbed Friend For Internet Bogeyman Ruled Mentally Ill

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The pair, 12, lured a friend into woods in 2014 and stabbed her 19 times to appease a fictional bogeyman.

Yoga and Mental Health: How It Helps Depression and Four Other Conditions

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Yoga therapy can help ease symptoms of these common mental health conditions.

A Majority of Americans Would Support Military Action in North Korea, Poll Shows

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Several top Trump administration officials spoke Friday about the situation with North Korea, with some stating military options are definitely on the table.

Watch North Korea's Latest Ballistic Missile Being Fired At Japan

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The Hwasong-12 missile travelled 2,300 miles and landed in the northern Pacific ocean.

What is Donald Trump Doing at the U.N.? White House Reveals Full Schedule of Meetings and Speeches

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He will defend his "America First" vision while calling for cooperation on Iran and North Korea.

Five Amazing Things About Pandas, In Honor of Basi, Who Died This Week

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They're really bad at sex, they all belong to China, and more panda trivia.

Could Myanmar and Bangladesh Go To War Over the Rohingya Crisis?

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The two countries are already at loggerheads over the Rohingya refugee crisis.

Premier League: Five Key Talking Points Ahead of The Weekend’s Biggest Games

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English football’s top tier enters the fifth week of matches this weekend.

Is Jeff Session Making It Easier for Police to Kill Black Men? DOJ Changes Excessive Force Program

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The former Alabama senator has called for a review of activities such as “collaborative investigations and prosecutions, grant making, technical assistance and training.”

Want to Drink Less at Night? This Drug Could Help

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A drug that works by targeting the brain's immune system could help drinkers curb nighttime cravings for alcohol.

As Trump Declares Missing in Action Recognition Day, How Many Service Members Are Missing?

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The Department of Defense's POW/MIA Accounting Agency continues to recover the remains of service members from conflicts as far back as World War II.

Kenneka Jenkins: New Video Shows Her Stumbling Through Hotel Kitchen Before Reaching Freezer

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New video footage released Friday by the Village of Rosemont appears to show Kenneka Jenkins, the 19-year-old woman found dead in an Illinois hotel’s walk-in freezer last weekend, stumbling down the hotel hallway and through the hotel kitchen before reaching the freezer.

Many Americans Have More in Common With White Nationalists Than They Think, Poll Finds

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Very few will express outright support for the alt-right, white nationalism or neo-Nazism. But that doesn't mean they don't have similar ideas and attitudes.

Melania ‘Can’t Trust’ Donald Trump, Maxine Waters Alleges in Latest Twitter Attack

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Waters may have been referring to allegations over the years that Trump has had extramarital affairs.

Florida Police Department Probing Alleged Anti-Semitism by One of Its 'Hot Cops'

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Social media is in a frenzy over one out of the three 'hot cops' who posted anti-Semetic remarks on his Facebook.

Federal immigration officials will continue nabbing suspects in New York courthouses to subvert sanctuary city status

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Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers only recognize schools, places of worship and hospitals as sensitive locations — not courthouses — and say they will continue arresting individuals in courthouse environments as necessary.

Why Myanmar Hates the Rohingya

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Human rights activists and the U.N. describe what is happening to the Muslim minority as "textbook ethnic cleansing."

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