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Six months. 5,700 miles. One ocean. Ben Lecomte wants to be first to swim across Pacific.

Twenty years ago, he swam across the Atlantic Ocean. This time, he'll have to survive sharks and the world's largest trash collection.

She was in labor. From her hospital bed, she married a couple also having a baby.

A doctor appeared at her bedside and said, “I understand you have the ability to officiate weddings?”

As a Navy SEAL receives the Medal of Honor, frustrations remain about a related case

Britt Slabinski will receive the award for actions in 2002, but the status of a Medal of Honor case for a U.S. airman who served with him is unclear.

A tropical storm is brewing, just in time to ruin your Memorial Day weekend

The National Hurricane Center thinks a storm could form in the next five days as it tracks into the Gulf of Mexico.

As Hawaii’s Kilauea erupts, volcanologists swarm: ‘I expect great science from this event’

Scientists see real-time studies of the active volcano, which is threatening Hawaii’s Big Island, as an “amazing opportunity.”

Boxer Jack Johnson is posthumously pardoned by President Trump

Johnson, the first black world heavyweight champion, served prison time "for what many view a racially motivated injustice," Trump said Thursday.

Sessions taps Zachary Terwilliger to lead high-profile Va. U.S. Attorney’s Office

The office is at the center of some of the Justice Dept.’s biggest cases, including the WikiLeaks investigation.

Houston police chief 'hit rock bottom' after Santa Fe shooting. Then came a nasty feud with the NRA.

"Blah, blah, blah” is how Police Chief Art Acevedo described Dana Loesch's comments about him on NRATV.

Chicago promised that closing nearly 50 schools would help kids in 2013. A new report says it didn't.

Officials had promised that academic performance would improve when nearly 12,000 kids were moved five years. Here's what happened.

'Astounding ignorance of the law': Civil rights groups slam DeVos for saying schools can report undocumented students

Civil rights groups called DeVos ignorant and uninformed, and worried her comments would mislead school officials.
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