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Grief, hope over news that Emmett Till case reopened

Jul 13, 2018

As news emerged that federal authorities are reopening the investigation into the 1955 slaying of Emmett Till, visitors to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture had his case very much on their minds

The Latest: Tourists flown out of Arizona canyon after flood

Jul 13, 2018

Tribe says all tourists caught in flash flood in Arizona canyon have been flown out

Appeals court decision makes it hard to sue TSA screeners

Jul 12, 2018

A federal appeals court says TSA screeners can't be sued over alleged abuse because they aren't law-enforcement officers

US watchdog criticizes FAA oversight of American Airlines

Jul 12, 2018

Government investigator says an FAA inspector was too cozy with American Airlines and didn't act on safety concerns

Kansas officials seek altered US flag's removal from museum

Jul 12, 2018

Republican Gov. Jeff Colyer and a top GOP rival have called for the University of Kansas to remove an altered U.S. flag from its campus completely rather than showing it in an art museum

The Latest: Legal fight brewing over California beach access

Jul 12, 2018

A neighborhood group has rejected a plan by California regulators that sought to open up access to a gated beach south of San Jose

Alaska plane survivor: 'For those wondering I'm alive'

Jul 12, 2018

A woman who survived a plane crash in Alaska says she's thankful to be alive

University of Kansas removes altered US flag art

Jul 11, 2018

The University of Kansas on Wednesday removed an art display that includes an altered U.S. flag after complaints from Gov. Jeff Colyer and other GOP political candidates that it was disrespectful

Hawaii Supreme Court sides with lesbian couple in B&B case

Jul 11, 2018

A Hawaii appeals court ruling that a bed and breakfast discriminated against a couple by denying a room to two women because they're gay will stand after the state's high court declined to take up the case

The Latest: University of Kansas says flag moved for safety

Jul 11, 2018

University of Kansas Chancellor Doug Girod says a controversial public art exhibit featuring an altered U.S. flag was moved because of concerns over public safety

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