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  • Supervisor of Navy SEAL accused of murder faces charges

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  • ‘I still weep’: Parkland survivors write book on shooting

    PARKLAND, Fla. (AP) — “Parkland Speaks: Survivors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas Share Their Stories” needed to be written, its authors believe, but wish desperately it hadn’t.

  • Review: A goofy, sweet and modern spin on Arthurian legend

    The Arthurian legend gets a modern and more youthful spin in “The Kid Who Would Be King ,” a surprisingly delightful film full of action, heart, a crazy-haired Patrick Stewart (as “old” Merlin) and a few genuinely good gags, and it really couldn’t have come at a better time.

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    A look at where the investigations related to President Donald Trump stand and what may lie ahead for him:

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    Trump’s shutdown solution hangs in limbo

  • China seems to confirm scientist’s gene-edited babies claim

    Chinese authorities appear to have confirmed a scientist’s unpublished claim that he helped make the world’s first gene-edited babies and that a second pregnancy is underway, and say he could face consequences for his work.