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Violent protests erupt at Trump rally

Scores of protesters took to the streets Thursday night outside a Donald Trump campaign event here, drawing out police officers in riot and tactical gear and on horseback who sought to disperse the crowd.

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10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know for Today: North Korea imprisons American, Trump protests turn violent, Fallujah under siege

AP Newsbreak: More San Francisco police racist text messages

San Francisco's police chief has ordered "effective immediately" that every sworn officer attend an anti-harassment class while releasing more transcripts of a former lieutenant and two former officers exchanging racist text messages

California brothers arrested in parents' shooting deaths

Two California brothers have been arrested in connection with the shooting deaths of their parents, who were popular fixtures at their mosque for three decades and had helped relatives emigrate from their native Bangladesh

New Obamacare Rule Gives People On Parole And Probation Medicaid

The updated guideline also extends coverage to people living in halfway houses.

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NYC's Newest Most Expensive Apartment Lists for $120 Million

John Gutfreund, the former CEO of Salomon Brothers, died last month of pneumonia and the 12,000 square foot apartment has since been on the market. 

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Another North Korean Missile Test, Another Failure

North Korea attempted back-to-back missile tests on Thursday, but neither was successful. The dictatorship has had a string of failures lately.

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South Africa: Court says charges against Zuma to be reviewed

South Africa: Court rules that decision to drop corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma can be reviewed

Students upset over school paper's racially charged cartoon

Students at Wesley College in Delaware have expressed outrage over two racially charged cartoons that appeared in the student newspaper last week

Italian Chihuahuas Being Kidnapped for Ransom

The amount of Chihuahuas being kidnapped in Italy is insane. Officials are warning people to keep an eye on their pups. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Biden to see Pope Francis, discuss cancer cures at Vatican

Vice President Biden seeking to focus global community's attention on cancer in Vatican speech

Bathroom Bill Backlash: NCAA To Host Events In 'Inclusive' States Only

The NCAA announced it won't host events in places it deems have discriminatory laws. That could mean no more NCAA tournament games in North Carolina.

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NYC police: Man offers boy up for sex in Central Park

Authorities in New York City looking for a man who they say offered a boy up for sex to a passerby in Central Park

Rovi buying TiVo in $1.1B cash-and-stock deal

Rovi buying TiVo in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $1.1 billion

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4 young girls run away from Florida foster home

Law enforcement authorities in Florida are searching for four young girls _ including 3 sisters _ who ran away from a Tampa area foster home

Trump Vs. Clinton In November Could Be Bad For Voter Turnout

Nearly one in four likely voters would either stay home or vote for some other candidate.

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These huge piles of ivory are going up in smoke

On April 30, Kenya's largest stockpile of ivory and rhino horn will be burned, sending out the message that the country will never benefit from illegal ivory.

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Japan abandons costly X-ray satellite lost in space

Japan's space agency has abandoned its efforts to restore the operations of a multimillion-dollar satellite that was to probe the mysteries of black holes using X-ray telescopes

Protesters greet exiting Trump supporters

CNN's Jason Carroll takes a look at the protest outside of a Donald Trump campaign event.

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Large graffiti carved at Arches National Park in Utah

Officials at Utah's Arches National Park are investigating large graffiti deeply carved into one of the park's famous red rock arches

Doubts about honesty led to university chancellor's removal

University of California President Janet Napolitano felt compelled to remove the chancellor of UC Davis after documents contradicted the contention that she did not have any dealings with contractors hired to bolster the school's image online

3 with family ties to San Bernardino shooters arrested

The brother of the man behind the San Bernardino terror attack and two Russian sisters have been charged with marriage fraud in a case that was unrelated to the December shootings but came to light in the investigation that followed it

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Caitlyn Jenner Just Threw Major Shade At Her Boy Ted Cruz

So much for wanting to be Ted Cruz's "trans ambassador."

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Residents Complaining City Smells Like Vinegar

The city of Bristol in England is hearing some complaints from the people who live there because they're saying it smells like vinegar. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Another Syrian Hospital Has Been Hit With An Airstrike

The Al-Quds hospital in Syria's Aleppo was hit by overnight airstrikes. It was a Doctors Without Borders-supported medical facility.

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