Military action against Iran still ‘on the table’

Military action against Iran still ‘on the table’

President Donald Trump said Saturday he's still considering military action against Iran after it downed an unmanned US military aircraft, saying the use of force is "always on the table until we get this solved."
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Today in History for July 21st

Today in History for July 21st

Highlights of this day in history: First major battle in America's Civil War fought at Bull Run in Virginia; Scopes 'Monkey Trial' concludes; Peace deal ends Indochina War; Author Ernest Hemingway and actor-comedian Robin Williams born.
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AP Top Stories July 2

AP Top Stories July 2

Here's the latest for Saturday, July 20th: The UK rejects Iran's 'tit for tat' view of tanker; Celebrations in full swing for the 50th anniversary of U.S. moon landing; ISS expedition launches; Schools in Australia are promoting "mud play."
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Moon landing fete in Neil Armstrong's hometown

Moon landing fete in Neil Armstrong's hometown

Celebrations were in full swing across the country for the 50th anniversary of humanity's first footsteps on another world. In Neil Armstrong's hometown of Wapakoneta, Ohio, nearly 2,000 runners competed in "Run to the Moon" races.
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'DuckTales' stars react to 'uncomfortable' ‘Cats’ trailer

'DuckTales' stars react to 'uncomfortable' ‘Cats’ trailer

"I'm still confused": Paget Brewster and Kate Micucci discuss the trailer for the upcoming live-action "Cats" movie that's become a viral internet sensation.
'Talon' Egerton? Star plays down Wolverine rumors

'Talon' Egerton? Star plays down Wolverine rumors

Actor Taron Egerton says rumors that he's next in line to play Wolverine after friend and former co-star Hugh Jackman are "unfounded."
Bassett: Huffman 'very remorseful' over college admissions scandal

Bassett: Huffman 'very remorseful' over college admissions scandal

Angela Bassett and Patricia Arquette say their "Otherhood" co-star Felicity Huffman is "very remorseful" after pleading guilty in May to participating in a nationwide college admissions bribery scheme.
Today in History for July 20th

Today in History for July 20th

Highlights of this day in history: The first men to walk on the Moon; Viking One lands on Mars; Nazi Germany's dictator Adolf Hitler wounded in an assassination attempt; Mountaineer Edmund Hillary and musician Carlos Santana born.
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Fires knock out power for thousands in Wisconsin

Fires knock out power for thousands in Wisconsin

Fires at two transmission substations in Madison, Wisconsin knocked out power to about 13,000 customers as the Midwest deals with a heat wave.
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Defense expert sees Iran moves as 'tit-for-tat'

Defense expert sees Iran moves as 'tit-for-tat'

A Middle East and defense expert with a think tank in Washington says Iran's seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker Friday appears to be a calculated, "tit-for-tat" military move, unlikely to trigger hostilities between the U.S. and Iran.
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Americans react to ‘send her back’ chant

Americans react to ‘send her back’ chant

Some Americans have deemed crowd chants of 'send her back' at a North Carolina rally with President Donald Trump as racist, while some of his supporters are standing by him.
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City hopes music will drive homeless away

City hopes music will drive homeless away

West Palm Beach Mayor Keith James defends city's idea to drive away homeless from downtown areas using loud music, calling it “innovative.”
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AP Top Stories July 19

AP Top Stories July 19

Here's the latest for Friday, July 19th: Trump: 'No doubt' US warship destroyed Iran drone; Iran says it seized British oil tanker in Strait of Hormuz; Boilers, stack implodes in Jacksonville, Florida; Rare wine festival held for first time in 20 ...
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Country artists bond with their fan clubs

Country artists bond with their fan clubs

Many country artists plan special events just for their fan clubs during CMA Music Fest and see the same fans on the road as they tour.
Trump says Iran is 'nothing but trouble"

Trump says Iran is 'nothing but trouble"

President Donald Trump says Iran may have seized two commercial vessels Friday in the Persian Gulf, calling the nation "trouble." The remarks follow Iran's claim earlier in the day that it seized a British oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz.
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Pam Grier calls her grandfather 'first feminist' in her life

Pam Grier calls her grandfather 'first feminist' in her life

Pam Grier's role as owner of a hardware store in rural Nebraska in ABC's sitcom "Bless This Mess" isn't a complete departure for the acting legend: She lives in rural Colorado and has spent much of her life on ranches.
Zoo keeps animals cool in Midwest heat wave

Zoo keeps animals cool in Midwest heat wave

Animals at an Illinois zoo are given icy treats and sprayed with water misters as the Midwest faces temperatures nearing 100 degrees.
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Berkeley to remove gendered terms from city code

Berkeley to remove gendered terms from city code

The Berkeley City Council has voted to replace about 40 gendered words in its municipal codes with neutral terms in an effort to be more inclusive to women, transgender and non-binary people.
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Trump: Chanting supporters 'incredible patriots'

Trump: Chanting supporters 'incredible patriots'

President Donald Trump sounded a more defiant tone again Friday about the criticism surrounding his supporters' chants of "send her back" at a North Carolina rally Wednesday, claiming that those supporters are "incredible patriots."
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Trump marks Apollo 11 anniversary with astronauts

Trump marks Apollo 11 anniversary with astronauts

President Donald Trump is marking the 50th anniversary of the first human steps on the moon at an Oval Office meeting Friday with former Apollo 11 astronauts.
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Female artists band together on tour

Female artists band together on tour

Left out of headlining slots and major tours, women in country music are starting their own festivals and tours filled with other female acts.
Boilers, stack implodes in Jacksonville Florida

Boilers, stack implodes in Jacksonville Florida

Total Wrecking & Environmental, has conducted the simultaneous implosion of the smokestack and remaining boilers at the St. Johns River Power Park.
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Trump: 'No doubt' US warship destroyed Iran drone

Trump: 'No doubt' US warship destroyed Iran drone

President Donald Trump says there is "no doubt about it" that a U.S. warship destroyed an Iranian drone Thursday, despite Iranian denials that it lost an unmanned aircraft.
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Rookie Canadian savoring every moment of 1st tour

Rookie Canadian savoring every moment of 1st tour

A rookie at cycling's greatest race at an unusually ripe age of 32 , Mike Woods has an unusual story as a former track athlete who switched late to pro cycling and knows that his first Tour might also be his last.
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Stars of 'Knots Landing' open to on-screen reunion

Stars of 'Knots Landing' open to on-screen reunion

Donna Mills, Michele Lee and Joan Van Ark - the leads of hit soap "Knots Landing" - discuss their friendship and whether they'd be open to an on-screen reunion.