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Here's the latest for Friday July 19th: Supporters welcome Omar home to Minnesota; Trump says he disagreed with 'send her back' chant; US painkiller probe charges announced in Ohio; Richard Branson says Virgin Galactic space flight months away.
Protesters in Hawaii blocked a road as they try to stop construction of a $1.4 billion telescope. Gov. David Ige signed an emergency proclamation to broaden the state's power to keep activists off Hawaii's tallest peak. Some consider it sacred.
Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar says she isn't backing down in her criticism of President Donald Trump. The congresswoman was welcomed to her home district in Minneapolis one day after the crowd at a Trump rally chanted "send her back."
America’s fast-growing web of doorbell cameras is being fueled in part by the support of cities and police departments. Some privacy advocates worry the program is driven by overblown fears of crime and contributes to a surveillance society.
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Attorney Benjamin Glassman in Cincinnati said Thursday that an Ohio-based wholesale drug distributor, two of its former executives and two pharmacists have been charged in a painkiller pill conspiracy case.
Actor Jamie Bell discusses the difficulty of tackling a story about white supremacy in new movie "Skin" and how working on the project has opened his eyes.
Newly released prescription opioid statistics underscore how widespread pill use has been in towns and small cities of America's Appalachian region. Jackson County, Ohio, for example, has been a ground-zero of sorts for the past seven years.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says President Donald Trump's attacks on her and three other Democratic congresswomen are putting millions of Americans at risk of physical harm.
President Donald Trump says a U.S. warship destroyed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz amid heightened tensions between the two countries. Trump says it's the latest "hostile" action by Iran.
President Donald Trump said Thursday he was unhappy with his supporters chanting "send her back" after he assailed a young Democratic congresswoman who he's suggested should leave the US.
Court records released Thursday show Donald Trump was aware of efforts to keep a porn star and a Playboy centerfold silent in the days leading up to the 2016 election.