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Boko Haram Frees Small Group of Kidnapped Girls

The schoolgirls were taken two years ago, but many have children by the soldiers

Chicago Teachers Reach Last Minute Deal

As many as 400,000 students would have been affected by a strike

Carnell Snell Jr., Police Shooting Protests Continue

The community is demanding answers in the death of the 18-year-old

Hurricane Matthew Takes Aim at Haiti, Jamaica

The powerful storm could do severe damage in the Caribbean

Obamas Ring Bell at Black History Museum Opening

The First Couple welcomed what will likely be millions of visitors to come

Rep Sorry for “Hate White People” Remark

Rep. Robert Pittenger said he regrets the inflammatory gaffe he made in a BBC interview

Politician Overpowers Would-be Robbers

Illinois State Sen. Napoleon Harris put a whupping on four would-be assailants

Charlotte Mostly Quiet in Third Night of Protests

A third night of protests over a fatal police shooting in Charlotte gave way to quiet streets as the city still ...

On Scene: Uprising in Charlotte Started Peacefully

Agitators made otherwise peaceful demonstrations violent, police say

Charlotte Upheaval Continues; Answers Wanted

Video footage that captured the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott are being sought

Chicago P.D. Making Bold Personnel Move

Despite dealing with the shooting death of Laquan McDonald and the allegations that Chicago police covered up their actions in ...

Charlotte Shooting Leaves Police on Defensive

Although police say Keith Lamont Scott was armed when he was shot, many are demanding a better explanation

Winnie Mandela Slays at 80th Birthday Bash

Winnie Mandela is celebrating 80 years and the nation of South Africa is celebrating with her

Houston Mom Killed in Mysterious Drive-By

Police have no suspects, but social media is speculating on Kendra Child's killer

Nigerian Economy Slips Into Recession

The oil-rich nation, Africa's largest economy, experienced a decline in its gross domestic product

London Carnival Brings Celebration, Challenges

The street festival in Notting Hill drew 1 million, but police say arrests have increased

‘Sweetie Pie’s’ Partner Says Mom is Being ‘Manipulated’

Tim Norman, son of "Sweetie Pie's" restaurant owner Robbie Montgomery spoke out about being sued by his mother

UN Cuts Aid to Nigeria Area After Militant Ambush

Thousands of children are threatened with starvation because of the Boko Haram attack

Donald Trump Praises Britons on #Brexit

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says the British moved to "take their country back"

Boko Haram Extremists Attack Funeral Mourners

Witnesses say the militants killed at least 18 people, mostly women

Kenya Court Upholds Anal Exams to Test Sexuality

Judge ruled the practice does not violate any law or rights