11 States Sue Over Obama's Transgender Bathroom Policy

The lawsuit accuses the Obama administration of violating federal law.

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25.May.2016


Russian Spy, Who Posed as NYC Banker, Heading to Prison

Evgeny Buryakov pleaded guilty to working as a foreign agent.

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25.May.2016


Satirical Ad Takes on Islamophobic Rhetoric, Donald Trump

The group behind the gum says it's meant to improve relations with Muslims.

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25.May.2016


Rowdy Protests but No Violence This Time Outside Trump Rally

A day after violent protesters outside a Donald Trump rally threw burning items at police and toppled barricades, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee railed against "Crooked Hillary" Clinton in a boisterous but less heated rally on Wednesday

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25.May.2016


Report: US Spending 75% of Billion-Dollar IT Budget on Aging Computer Systems

A new GAO report has found that the US government is spending 75 percent of its more than $80 billion IT budget on maintaining old computers and systems.

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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


Jennifer Aniston's Mother, Nancy Dow, Has Died

She "passed peacefully surrounded by family and friends," the actress said.

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25.May.2016


Hillary Clinton Violated Email Policy, State Dept. Says

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

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25.May.2016


Rebel Group the Niger Delta Avengers Threatens One of World's Largest Oil Supplies

The Niger Delta Avengers has claimed responsibility for a spate of recent attacks on Nigeria's oil supply.

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25.May.2016


Trump Hits Hillary Clinton on Email Controversy

Trump wasted no time Wednesday digging into the news of Clinton’s emails.

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25.May.2016


$60 for Memorial Day weekend parking at Park East

Organizers of Memorial Day festivities on Pensacola Beach are charging attendees $60 to park in one area of the beach during the holiday weekend.

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25.May.2016


The 411: SunPass launches tomorrow on beach

SunPass launches Thursday (5/26) on Pensacola Beach; cash toll still $1

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25.May.2016


Indoor sports facility could be on horizon

The possibility of an indoor sports facility is being studied in hopes of generating more sports tourism dollar

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25.May.2016


Bay Bridge designs are in

Several proposed designs for the new Pensacola Bay Bridge are in

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25.May.2016


Cantonment couple arrested in 'heart-wrenching' child abuse case

Cantonment couple arrested in one of worst child abuse cases Sheriff David Morgan has ever seen.

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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


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


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


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


Pensacola teen eliminated at 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