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Sessions: 400 charged in health fraud takedown

More than 400 people have been charged in what Attorney General Jeff Sessions called the biggest health care fraud takedown in U.S. history, according to The Associated Press.

How to get a free Slurpee at 7-Eleven all day today

Every year on this day, 7-Eleven stores across the country celebrate 7/11 by giving you free frozen drinks.Today, the convenience chain officially turns 90-years-old and expects to dole out a million Slurpees on the house.On Free Slurpee Day, you can…

Most Republicans say higher education is hurting America

The percentage of Republicans and right-leaning independents who believe American colleges and universities have a negative effect on the country has grown dramatically, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.Just two years ago, 54 percent of Republicans…

Judge cruises to Home Run Derby championship

New York Yankees rookie Aaron Judge, who has lit up MLB scoreboards in the first half of the season, proved that his power is no accident by cruising through the elite competition Monday at the All-Star Game Home Run Derby in Miami.

Vatican nixes gluten-free communion wafers

Catholics worldwide--about 1.27 billion of them--have just been informed by the Vatican that gluten-free wafers, or hosts, will not be allowed for celebrating the Eucharist during Mass.

Woman killed, 8 wounded at Ohio party for pregnant woman

CINCINNATI (AP) -- Authorities say two men have opened fire on a party where a pregnant woman was to reveal her child's gender, killing a woman and wounding eight people, including the expectant mother and three children.The pregnant woman tells…

Trump in Europe for G20

Donald Trump undertakes his biggest diplomatic trip yet as president. Here are some of the highlights.��

G20 protesters set fires, loot shops

Protesters at the G20 summit in Germany set a series of bonfires in the streets, looted shops and stacked up blocks of pavement to use as projectiles as tension between demonstrators and police ratcheted up Friday night.

Delta flight 'security incident' leaves 3 injured, suspect tries to enter cockpit

SEATAC, Wash. - Officials say a Delta Airlines flight bound for Beijing returned to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport after a passenger assaulted a flight attendant.KOMO-TV reports ( ) Sea-Tac Airport spokesman Perry Cooper says the incident happened on Delta flight 129 Thursday night.Cooper says a man in first class assaulted a flight attendant about 45 minutes into the flight.