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Fla. officer shot, killed in possible ambush, police sayAnother officer was grave condition, and the officers did not have a chance to return fire, police chief said
More members of "super gang" in Chicago are given life sentencesTen members of the Hobos street gang have been either convicted or pleaded guilty, and five have been sentenced to life in prison
Man indicted for murder in death of wife on cruiseIn a previously filed affidavit, Kenneth Manzanares told witnesses his wife "would not stop laughing at me"
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Anti-hate protesters march in North Carolina after KKK rally rumorsOne person was arrested and charged with failure to disperse, Durham police officials say
Montana city removes Confederate memorialThe City Commission acted swiftly: They agreed to remove the fountain Wednesday, and crews arrived shortly after 9 a.m. Friday
How it all went wrong in the White House for Steve BannonPresident Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon was forced out of his White House post on Friday. Sources tell CBS News that the president had grown frustrated by Bannon's rising profile and recent publications describing him as the mastermind behind Mr. Trump's campaign. Margaret Brennan reports.
What people around the country can expect in their eclipse forecastChief weather forecaster Lonnie Quinn from WCBS New York has the details on what weather to expect for cities in the path of Monday's eclipse.
Small Oregon town prepares for thousands of eclipse touristsThe clear skies of Madras, Oregon, have solar eclipse experts naming the town one of the premier viewing locations in the U.S. By the morning of the eclipse, Madras' population of 6,200 could grow to as many as 200,000. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Boston bracing for planned white supremacist rally this weekendWhite-nationalist demonstrators are expected to face off against counter-protesters in a number of cities this weekend, including Boston. The city's police commissioner said he will deploy hundreds of officers. DeMarco Morgan has more.

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Barcelona terrorist attack: Who are the victims?The victims came from all over the world: U.S., Canada, Belgium, Italy, Argentina and Spain
Judge denies Roman Polanski's victim's plea to end rape caseRoman Polanski pleaded guilty in 1978 to having sex with then-13-year-old Samantha Geimer, who has asked for
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Remembering the victims of the Barcelona terror attacksSpain began three days of mourning Friday for victims of the terror attack in Las Ramblas. The dead and injured victims were from 34 nations. American Jared Tucker, who was celebrating his wedding anniversary, was among the dead. Debora Patta reports.
How the terror unfolded in and around BarcelonaAuthorities say the terrorists who attacked two cities in Spain yesterday were apparently planning a much larger assault. At least 14 people were killed and more than 130 injured. ISIS has claimed responsibility. Seth Doane reports.
California man celebrating wedding anniversary killed in Barcelona attackOne U.S. citizen is among the 14 dead; another American suffered minor injuries in the attack
Behind the Lens: Climate RefugeesThe people who contribute the least to climate change stand to lose the most — I saw that in Kiribati
Stabbing in Turku, Finland, leaves 2 dead, several hurtPolice shoot suspect in leg, launch search for more potential suspects
Spain terror attacks could have been deadlierAuthorities say two attacks were related and the work of a large cell that had been plotting for a long time
Five suspects killed in Spanish resort had mowed down pedestrians: policeThey injured 6 people, police say, after speeding van killed at least 14 and injured dozens in Barcelona

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