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Ethiopian Airlines says analysis of flight recorders begins


Sports writing great, ‘Semi Tough’ author Dan Jenkins dies at 89


Ex-Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper enters presidential race


Trump, Kim dive into nuclear talks, looking for 'right deal'


John C. Culver, who represented Iowa in Congress, dies at 86


Lawsuit filed in fatal duck boat sinking seeks $100 million


Interstate rest areas in Iowa could gradually shut down


Former First Lady Barbara Bush has passed away


Watch Live: March for Our Lives at Parkland, FL


California gunman in veteran center killings was ex-patient


Power outages, flooding linger following powerful nor'easter


Springfield looks to salt alternatives for deicing roads


Hugh Hefner Dies at 91


‘I’m scared to death’ says Key West woman riding out storm


UPDATE: No motive yet as van rams Marseille bus stops


One dead in Ohio State Fair incident


Judge sets media rules for trial of former 'Bachelor' star


US airstrike hits pro-Assad forces in Syria


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Supreme Court rejects Hawaii B&B that refused to serve lesbian couple

The justices declined to hear a challenge to a lower court ruling that found the B&B owner violated a state anti-discrimination law by turning away the couple.

Student who refused chickenpox vaccine sues over school ban

"The fact that I can't finish my senior year in basketball, like, our last couple of games, it's pretty devastating," the student said.

Becoming the first to wear the hijab in the Air Force

Lt. Maysaa Ouza is the first Air Force JAG Corps officer allowed to wear a hijab. Ouza was first told she could only request a religious accommodation to wear her hijab after formally enlisting.

Booker pledges to undo Trump's 'un-American' trans military ban

“When I am president of the United States, right away I will end this ridiculous, insulting, un-American ban," Booker said.

Kim Kardashian wanted to pay an ex-inmate's rent. But he was still denied an apartment.

Kardashian West urged any landlords in Nashville, Tennessee, willing to give Matthew Charles "a second chance," to please come forward.