Clinton Opens 12-Point Lead; Two-Thirds Say Trump's Biased

Hillary Clinton surged to a broad advantage against Donald Trump...

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26.Jun.2016


Scottish Leader May Try to Block 'Brexit' as Turmoil Spreads

Scotland's Parliament could attempt to block Britain from leaving the EU.

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26.Jun.2016


Right-Wing Group's Rally Turns Violent in Sacramento

At least 7 people stabbed, fire officials say.

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26.Jun.2016


Officials: California Wildfire Destroys 200 Homes, Buildings

A ravenous and deadly wildfire in central California has burned 200 homes and other buildings, though firefighters said Sunday that light winds were helping contain the blaze

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26.Jun.2016


Abortion, Corruption and Gun Ownership Still to Be Decided by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court only has one scheduled day left this term.

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26.Jun.2016


Iraqi Commander: Fallujah 'Fully Liberated' From ISIS

A senior Iraqi military commander has declared the city of Fallujah to be "fully liberated" from the Islamic State group, giving a major boost to the country's security and political leadership in its fight against the extremists

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26.Jun.2016


Minnesota Judge to Hold 2nd Hearing in Prince Estate Case

A hearing will be held in suburban Minneapolis about the procedures for determining who stands to inherit part of Prince's estate

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26.Jun.2016


Panama Canal Opens $5B Locks, Bullish Despite Shipping Woes

A massive container ship makes an inaugural passage through the Panama's newly expanded canal, formally launching the Central American nation's multibillion-dollar bet on a bright economic future despite tough times for global shipping

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26.Jun.2016


Mitch McConnell Declines to Say If Trump Is Qualified to Be POTUS

"That will be up to the American people to decide," McConnell said.

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26.Jun.2016


West Virginia Comes Together in Wake of Devastating Flood

The outpouring of support in the wake of West Virginia's devastating flooding has been inspiring, according to residents.

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26.Jun.2016


Appleyard: Whose bust is that in Miraflores Park?

How did a bust of a Peruvian poet come to grace a Pensacola park? John Appleyard explains it all.

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26.Jun.2016


Several injured in weekend wrecks

Two separate accidents send three to area hospitals.

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26.Jun.2016


Women's homeless shelter on horizon

Pastor aims to open nonprofit shelfter for women leaving the criminal justice system a fresh and safe start

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26.Jun.2016


Moon: Area scientist descends down to study up

IHMC scientist part of NASA mission

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26.Jun.2016


5 most uplifting stories this week

Stories about strangers helping out a scammed vet and a custodian who turned things around in a big way were among the favorites of the week.

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26.Jun.2016


Vet groups uniting to oppose privatized care, defend VA

Weekly military column by Tom Philpott

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26.Jun.2016


Elite athletes just piece of Andrews Institute

Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is so much more than it's elite patients.

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25.Jun.2016


Pensacola's Navy Hospital ends residency program after 40 years

Iverson is returning to Pensacola for the special graduation ceremony marking the program's official end.

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25.Jun.2016


Blue Angels resume summer schedule

Blue Angels announce the continuation of their summer schedule.

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25.Jun.2016


Bayou Chico cleanup nets 4,000-plus pounds of trash

More than 40 volunteers came together Saturday to help clean trash and debris from the waters of Bayou Chico.

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25.Jun.2016