Hillary Clinton Violated Email Policy, State Dept. Says

I.G. cites Clinton and some of her predecessors.

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25.May.2016


New Mexico's Governor Brushes Off Trump Attacks

"Gov. Martinez doesn’t care about what Donald Trump says about her."

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25.May.2016


Obama Lectured by Japanese PM Over Okinawa Murder

A former U.S. Marine is a suspect in the woman's death.

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25.May.2016


11 States Sue Obama Administration Over Transgender Bathroom Directive

The lawsuit accuses the Obama administration of violating federal law.

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25.May.2016


Speaker Ryan Hasn't Made a Decision on Endorsing Trump

"I have no timeline in mind," Ryan told reporters.

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25.May.2016


Muslim Employees File Religious Discrimination Complaint Against Company Over Prayer Dispute

The Council on American I representing Muslim employees at Ariens Co. filed a religious discrimination complaint against the Wisconsin company for barring prayer breaks.

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25.May.2016


Calls Continue for DNC Chief to Step Down

The Sanders campaign has been unhappy with the DNC chief.

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25.May.2016


Romanian Hacker 'Guccifer' Pleads Guilty in Federal Court

He previously claimed to have hacked into Clinton's private email server.

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25.May.2016


Study Looks at Veterans Most at Risk for Suicide Attempts

Suicide among veterans increased dramatically in the last decade.

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25.May.2016


GMO Mosquito Company Calls for Expedited Action to Test Against Zika

The biotech company has released GMO mosquitoes in Brazil to fight Zika virus.

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25.May.2016


Publix confirmed for Pace Five Points

A 46,000-square-foot Publix grocery store is scheduled to open in the Pace Five Points Area in 2017.

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25.May.2016


Man convicted in Perdido Key robbery

James Maitland Jones convicted of robbery of Perdido Key coffee shop in January

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25.May.2016


Pensacolian eliminated from National Spelling Bee

Madelyn Rose Almond spelled “glissando” correctly this morning in second round of Scripps National Spelling Bee.

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25.May.2016


Leggs found guilty of murder, gets life

Dearin Leggs was found guilty of premeditated first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison.

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25.May.2016


Pensacola Civic Band concert features Pearl Harbor survivor

One of the area's last Pearl Harbor survivors will conduct Pensacola Civic Band for holiday event

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25.May.2016


GED graduation lifelong dream for 67-year-old

Daniel Campbell, a 67-year-old man with mental disabilities, accomplished his lifelong dream of graduating.

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24.May.2016


Medical facility driveway stirs controversy

Residents around Sacred Heart's Tiger Point medical office building are worried about neighborhood traffic safety

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24.May.2016


Bubba’s Sweet Spot logo unveiled

More than 2,000 people voted for the downtown Pensacola store’s logo

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24.May.2016


Quick Bites: A sit-down dinner for $5? Yes, it's true!

Yes, you can get a full meal at a sit-down restaurant for just $5. We'll tell you how in our Quick Bites column.

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24.May.2016


Pensacola CFO warns about fire chiefs meeting

The city of Pensacola's chief financial officer has warned that a planned meeting to discuss the firing of the city's top two fire chiefs could jeopardize the city's insurance protection in the case of future litigation

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24.May.2016