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Trump suggests Clinton's Secret Service agents disarm
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump raised the threat of violence against his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton again on Friday, suggesting her Secret Service guards voluntarily disarm and "see what happens to her."
 
A day in New Haven: art, bells and of course pizza
You don't have to go to Yale to have fun in New Haven. Best of all, you don't have to pay Ivy League tuition prices. New Haven has lots of top-notch free attractions, from art museums to carillon concerts -- though you will have to pay to try the city's famous pizza.
 
Thousands protest to demand Mexican leader 'resign now'
Thousands of people protested in Mexico City on Thursday, demanding that President Enrique Pena Nieto resign over his handling of drug violence, corruption and his meeting with Donald Trump.
 
Donald Trump's campaign spokesman says the Republican presidential candidate now believes President Barack Obama was born in the United States, despite the candidate's repeated refusal to say so himself.
 
Clinton, back on trail, looks to break Trump momentum
Hillary Clinton returned to the White House campaign trail Thursday seeking to regain the momentum lost to Donald Trump, especially in the country's key battleground states, during her battle with pneumonia.
 
Clinton back on campaign trail after pneumonia
Hillary Clinton hits the campaign trail once again Thursday after trying to put aside a badly handled health scare that rattled her bid for the U.S. presidency.
 
Americans' trust in the media has sunk to a new low, and a bitter presidential race may be to blame, a Gallup survey showed Wednesday.
 
Carla Hayden breaks new ground as 14th librarian of Congress
Carla Hayden, a career librarian who grew up in Chicago and kept Baltimore's libraries open during last year's civic unrest, was sworn in Wednesday as the 14th Librarian of Congress, becoming the first woman and the first African-American to lead the national library.
 
Internet campaign raises money for elderly Chicago street vendor
An 89-year-old Chicago man who sells popsicles from a street cart has received more than US$280,000 in donations from an online campaign to help him.
 
Gun rights activists sue Couric over documentary edits
Virginia gun rights activists have filed a $12 million defamation lawsuit against Katie Couric and other makers of a documentary over an edit they say misrepresented the activists' response to a question.
 
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