Stephen Hawking Baffled by Trump's Popularity

Hawking says Trump appeals "to the lowest common denominator."

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31.May.2016


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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31.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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31.May.2016


Texas River Expected to Crest at Record Level Tuesday

Residents of southeast Texas counties are braced for more flooding.

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31.May.2016


Family: California Veteran Behind Houston Shooting Rampage

The family of a "troubled" California man says he was the gunman who killed one person and injured several others in a shooting at a Houston auto detail shop

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31.May.2016


Iraqi Forces in Fallujah Repel IS Attack in City's South

The attack against Iraqi forces lasted for four hours.

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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


McConnell Says Trump Has Earned GOP Nomination

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says that while presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is "a phenomenon" and political outsider, he has earned the right to the GOP nomination and the party's support

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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


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


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


3 dead, 8 injured in Interstate 95 wreck in Florida

The vehicle carrying 11 people had a tire malfunction in Titusville, Fla., highway patrol said.

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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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31.May.2016