Sanders: I'm Going to Convention Even If Clinton Sweeps CA

Regardless of her wins, the Vermont senator says he's Philadelphia-bound.

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30.May.2016


Cincinnati Zoo 'Would Make the Same Decision' to Shoot Gorilla

Jack Hanna argued that killing the gorilla was necessary to save the boy's life.

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30.May.2016


Sanders, Danny Glover Attend Game 7 of the NBA Playoffs

The actor was at one of the Vermont senator's events earlier in the day too.

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31.May.2016


Roadside Bombs Kills 6 Soldiers in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula

Egyptian security and hospital officials say a roadside bomb has hit a military armored vehicle in the restive northern part of the Sinai Peninsula, killing six soldiers

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31.May.2016


17 Killed in Fire at Indian Army Ammunitions Depot

At least 17 army personnel have been killed and 19 other people injured in a fire at a major ammunitions depot in western India

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31.May.2016


Thai School Reopens After Dormitory Fire Killed 17 Girls

A school in northern Thailand where 17 girls were killed in a dormitory fire last week has reopened, but only about a third of the students returned because some families remain concerned about safety

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30.May.2016


Man Accused of Shooting Georgia Deputy Denied Bond

An Alabama man accused of shooting a Georgia sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop has been denied bond

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30.May.2016


Wanted Taiwanese Fugitive Dies in Car Accident in California

Taiwan's foreign ministry has confirmed a report that a former tycoon wanted on allegations of embezzlement and fraud was killed in a car accident in California

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31.May.2016


US Naval, Air Maneuvers Become 'New Normal' in Asia Pacific

US military maneuvering over South China Sea represent the 'new normal' in U.S.-Pacific relations

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30.May.2016


South Korea Says North Korea Missile Launch Likely Failed

South Korea's military says a North Korean missile launch has likely failed, the latest in a string of high-profile failures that tempers somewhat recent worries that Pyongyang was pushing quickly toward its goal of a long-range nuclear-tipped missile

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31.May.2016


Baptist melds science, convenience

Baptist Hospital's Heart and Vascular Institute was recently relocated and redesigned at a cost of $2.7 million

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30.May.2016


Around-the-clock volunteers clean beach

Volunteers work around the clock keeping the beach clean during Memorial Day festivities

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31.May.2016


Hurricane insurance: Open your eyes before disaster

Florida has had time to recover from the devastating hurricane seasons of 2004-05: the state-run insurer is smaller, the catastrophe fund is fatter, and people overall are seeing reasonable rates.

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31.May.2016


Senate investigation finds 'systemic' failures at VA watchdog

It concludes the VA inspector general discounted key evidence and left veterans at risk..

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30.May.2016


Governor appoints UWF professor to council

UWF assistant professor Sara Evans to serve on Florida Interagency Coordinating Council for Infants and Toddlers.

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30.May.2016


Navy psychologist selected for Navy triathlon team

Pensacola Navy psychologist selected for Navy triathlon team.

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31.May.2016


ICYMI: Graduating IB students cement their legacy

Four Pensacola High seniors set to graduate Tuesday contributed to feeding 335 elementary students for 40 weeks.

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31.May.2016


SPORTS: 2016 Spring All-Area picks

See who we picked as our standout athletes for spring sports

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31.May.2016


Memorial Day ceremony reflects on sacrifices

PNJ Memorial Day Observance

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31.May.2016


Gators found eating human body in Broward County

SOUTHWEST RANCHES, Fla. - Police in South Florida were called to a gruesome scene: a pair of alligators eating a human body.

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30.May.2016