Rep. Jordan presses Jeff Sessions to appoint special counsel
Hannity: Deep state actors are racing to cover their tracks
Stadium announces anthem won't be played, crowd sings anyway
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As the opioid epidemic continues to claim the lives of thousands across the nation, a South Carolina church is using the power of prayer to help those struggling with addiction.
Postal worker uses military training to rescue girl
Trump meets with lawmakers as criticism grows of administration's policies
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Questionable diabetes treatment that raised hopes now at the center of criminal charges
EPA Dumps Toxic Waste Into River In Colorado
Wake Up Call from Relay for Life
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Rising rapper Jimmy Wopo shot dead
At MTV Movie & TV Awards, honors for a real-life hero
Can Republicans, Democrats come together on immigration reform?
Eating healthy on a budget