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Man wounded after shootout with police at Trump golf resort

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| A man shouting about Donald Trump entered the president's south Florida golf resort early Friday, draped a flag over a lobby counter and exchanged fire with police before being arrested, police said.

California Winemakers Nervous About U.S.-China Trade Talks


China is one of the top exports for U.S. wine, but last month in retaliation to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum, China imposed a tariff on U.S. wine, and other food and agricultural exports.


Hawaii volcano erupts from summit, sends huge plume into sky


The explosion came at about 6 a.m. after two weeks of volcanic activity and the opening of more than a dozen fissures east of the crater that spewed lava into neighborhoods.

U.S. Births Dip To 30-Year Low; Fertility Rate Sinks Further Below Replacement Level


The results put the U.S. further away from a viable replacement rate – the standard for a generation being able to replicate its numbers.

Backed By Democratic Socialists, Two Young First-Timers Win Primaries In Pittsburgh


Two young, female first-time candidates won primary races against established incumbent Democrats from a family with deep roots in southwestern Pennsylvania.

Court Dismisses Latest Attempt To Acquire Kurt Cobain's Death Scene Photos


A Washington State court of appeals has rejected a conspiracy theorist's demand for graphic photos showing the Nirvana frontman after his suicide.

Michigan State University Reaches $500 Million Settlement With Nassar Abuse Victims


The terms of the agreement call for the bulk of the money to be paid out to more than 300 women and girls, with some set aside in a trust for possible future claimants.

Putin's Bridge Linking Russia To (Annexed) Crimea Opens


The Russian leader jumped behind the wheel of an orange dump truck, leading the charge across the 12-mile bridge connecting the two regions for the first time in history.

Nanny Gets Life Without Parole In 2012 Stabbing Deaths Of 2 Children


Yoselyn Ortega, 55, wept as she spoke to the court at her sentencing. She was convicted in the 2012 stabbing deaths of 2-year-old Leo and 6-year-old Lucian Krim.