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Three things Hillary Clinton should do now that she's clinched the nomination 2:06

Three things Hillary Clinton should do now that she's clinched the nomination

Pam Keith talks new dynamics of Florida U.S. Senate race 3:01

Pam Keith talks new dynamics of Florida U.S. Senate race

Frequent-Flyer-in-Chief: President Obama's most historic foreign trips 3:23

Frequent-Flyer-in-Chief: President Obama's most historic foreign trips

Alan Grayson says Marco Rubio is 'incompetent' 2:31

Alan Grayson says Marco Rubio is 'incompetent'

Obama compares accessibility of national parks to U.S. democracy 13:09

Obama compares accessibility of national parks to U.S. democracy

Donald Trump and the evangelical vote 3:03

Donald Trump and the evangelical vote

Who could, should or won't be Trump's veep. 1:29

Who could, should or won't be Trump's veep.

Police release video of Trump manager Corey Lewandowski grabbing reporter 0:13

Police release video of Trump manager Corey Lewandowski grabbing reporter

Trump boasts after revoking Washington Post press credentials 0:59

Trump boasts after revoking Washington Post press credentials

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Orlando shooting sharpens scrutiny on screening of security guards

Psychologists say the use of mental-health tests for armed guards is skewed

Mass shooter Omar Mateen worked for G4S since Septembet 2007

Industry voices are mulling recommendations for stricter background checks

Palette Magazine

Has the normalization of gay culture killed the rainbow?

As Gay Pride month approaches, I can’t help but think to myself: “What happened to all the glitz and glamour that used to be a hallmark of the gay community?” We were once the beat that gave life to the world of the arts. We were at the forefront of fashion, design, music and parties. But in recent years, it seems as if we’ve hit the snooze button on creativity and assimilated to the norm.

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Maned Wolves return to the Smithsonian's National Zoo 0:20

Maned Wolves return to the Smithsonian's National Zoo

Miami Police search for armed suspect in Little Havana 1:38

Miami Police search for armed suspect in Little Havana

Surveillance video captures gunman attacking bar patrons 1:16

Surveillance video captures gunman attacking bar patrons

Owner of new business on Ocean Drive says he just wants to open a soul food restaurant 1:53

Owner of new business on Ocean Drive says he just wants to open a soul food restaurant

Frequent-Flyer-in-Chief: President Obama's most historic foreign trips 3:23

Frequent-Flyer-in-Chief: President Obama's most historic foreign trips

Surveillance video shows theft of 13 propane tanks 0:30

Surveillance video shows theft of 13 propane tanks

Anti-fascist protesters confront TV crew at California Capitol 1:36

Anti-fascist protesters confront TV crew at California Capitol

Pastor who prayed for Orlando shooting victims to die targeted by protesters 1:16

Pastor who prayed for Orlando shooting victims to die targeted by protesters

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Plane bursts into flames on Singapore runway

Raw video: Man stabbed at neo-Nazi protest in Sacramento 0:32

Raw video: Man stabbed at neo-Nazi protest in Sacramento

Surveillance video shows alleged carjacking suspects as police arrive 1:54

Surveillance video shows alleged carjacking suspects as police arrive

A look at the new Panama Canal lock system 11:02

A look at the new Panama Canal lock system

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Activist says anti-fascist rally in Sacramento will prevent more violence

Yvette Felarca, from the activist group By Any Means Necessary in Oakland, says their violent reaction to a white supremacist rally at the California Capitol Sunday will help prevent violence against immigrant communities by dissuading other supremacist groups from holding events.
Ellen Garrison / The Sacramento Bee
Activist says anti-fascist rally in Sacramento will prevent more violence 0:55

Activist says anti-fascist rally in Sacramento will prevent more violence

Maned Wolves return to the Smithsonian's National Zoo 0:20

Maned Wolves return to the Smithsonian's National Zoo

Miami Police search for armed suspect in Little Havana 1:38

Miami Police search for armed suspect in Little Havana

Surveillance video captures gunman attacking bar patrons 1:16

Surveillance video captures gunman attacking bar patrons

Flashback Miami

Miami Heat Championship, 2006

In 2006 Miami Heat coach and president, Pat Riley, built a team around Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O’Neal to capture the championship he had waited to experience for 11 years as the leader of the team.