|Clinton campaign ropes off reporters at New Hampshire parade|
|Campaign aides for Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton on Saturday roped off reporters from the candidate as she walked and talked with potential voters during a July Fourth parade in New Hampshire, sparking frustration from the press corps and outrage from the state Republican Party.|
|5-year-old girl dies when sturgeon jumps on boat striking her|
|A 5-year-old Florida girl riding in a boat has died after a sturgeon leaped from the Suwannee River and struck her.|
|Family of woman killed at San Francisco pier not focused on suspect's past|
|The parents of a California woman killed in a seemingly random shooting at a San Francisco pier said Friday they are focused on healing and not the fact the man accused of shooting her has been deported five times.|
|Putin reportedly contacts Obama for second time in weeks about unity on global concerns|
|Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent a congratulatory Fourth of July message to President Obama and expressed confidence that their respective countries can work together on global issues including terror threats, according to news agencies.|
|Surprising facts about Hooters|
|The original ‘breastaurant’ has been in business since 1982.|
|Video purportedly shows ISIS militants executing troops at Syria archaeological site|
|A video posted online Saturday purportedly shows Islamic State fighters killing at least 25 Syrian government soldiers in the historic town of Palmyra in central Syria.|
|Woman who tries to sneak onto planes arrested twice in 2 days|
|A woman who has repeatedly tried to sneak aboard airplanes has been arrested in Chicago twice in as many days, the latest incident while trying to get through security without a ticket at O'Hare International Airport.|
|At least 14 people injured in North Carolina deck collapse, police say|
|At least 14 people were injured, two critically, when a deck collapsed at a North Carolina beach house Saturday night as a family got set to take a group photo, authorities said.|
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|Haley’s Charleston response, Confederate flag stand spark VP talk|
|South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley’s response to the Charleston massacre, highlighted by her call to remove the Confederate flag from statehouse grounds, has thrust her back into the national spotlight and re-ignited talk about what role she might play in the 2016 race.|
|Man missing for four days found alive after hiking Hawaii trail|
|A man hiking a trail in Hawaii was found alive Saturday afternoon after he was reported missing four days ago, officials said.|
|Trump stands by statements on Mexican illegal immigrants, surprised by backlash|
|Republican presidential candidate and real estate mogul Donald Trump on Saturday stood behind his argument that too many illegal immigrants from Mexico are criminals but said he was surprised by the backlash and that his comments are causing financial concerns.|
|Diana Douglas, first wife of Kirk Douglas, dies at 92|
|Diana Douglas, the first wife of Kirk Douglas and mother of Michael Douglas, died Saturday in Los Angeles. She was 92.|
|16 US airstrikes destroy key sites in ISIS Syrian stronghold of Raqqa|
|U.S.-led coalition forces conducted 16 airstrikes Saturday and early Sunday against key ISIS buildings and transit routes in the terror group’s stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, a U.S. Army official said.|
|At least 10 injured after boat explosion in Maryland|
|At least 10 people were injured when a boat exploded off the coast of Maryland Saturday.|
|Funniest emails in latest Clinton document dump|
|Awkward exchanges found in government correspondence|
|5 New Kids on the Block landmarks fans must see|
|Fans will get a sidewalk lesson in pop history.|
|American designer injecting Acura's new supercar with red, white and blue blood|
|Muscle car-loving Michelle Christensen living the sports car lover's dream.|
|Can butter soothe a sunburn?|
|Dr. Devi Nampiaparampil separates summertime fact from fiction|
|Detoxifying summer foods to fight inflammation|
|Summer is all about warmer weather and fresh foods. It’s the perfect time of year to start eating nutrient-dense foods that fight inflammation. A decade of digging into the source of my illness has shown me that chronic inflammation is the root cause of many ailments.|
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