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On eve of ‘60 Minutes’ interview, Stormy Daniels says working in porn helped prepare her for public scrutiny

Daniels says she misses “time with friends” as the media pursues her allegations of an affair with President Trump.

As Trump targets immigrants, elderly and others brace to lose caregivers

Families, nursing homes say administration policies could worsen shortages of workers for health care’s low-wage jobs.

A father gets 60 years in prison for trying to sell his daughter for sex. She was 4.

Andrew James Turley, 30, caught the attention of police after posting a Craigslist advertisement titled “Play with Daddie's Little Girl."

‘People need to listen to us’: Demonstrators gather around the U.S. to protest gun violence

Protestors from Los Angeles to London demanded action on gun violence in a massive display spurred by a shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 people dead.

A boy was decapitated on a waterslide. The park knew the ride could kill people, officials say.

A water park and a former employee have been indicted in the death of 10-year-old Caleb Schwab, who was decapitated while riding the Verrückt waterslide in 2016.

White House praises 'courageous' youths marching against gun violence

Many of the participants at the demonstrations in Washington and elsewhere favor tougher gun control than Trump.

NRA host taunts Parkland teens: ‘No one would know your names’ if classmates were still alive

Colion Noir has said the Parkland teens are pawns of a larger effort to destroy Second Amendment rights.

A deputy in Houston shot and killed an unarmed black man — days after Stephon Clark’s death

In a cell phone video of the shooting, Danny Ray Thomas does not appear to raise his arms in a manner that would appear threatening.

Tenacious new gun researchers are determined to break cycle of mass shootings

Despite political opposition and little funding, a new generation is bringing fresh ideas to research.

Austin bombings renew debate: What crimes do we label as terrorism?

U.S. law defines acts of terror too narrowly, according to some lawyers, professors and politicians.

What autonomous vehicle companies are doing in the wake of Sunday's fatal Uber crash

The deadly wreck involving an driverless Uber is being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board.

The worst sex in the world is anglerfish sex, and now there's finally video

With thought praying mantis sex was bad because they eat each other — but this actually looks worse than death.
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