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'This Is Not Who We Are,' Colorado Officials Say After Deadly School Shooting

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| One student, identified as Kendrick Ray Castillo, was killed when he reportedly tried to tackle one attacker. The shooting came weeks after the 20th anniversary of the shooting in nearby Columbine.

Pentagon Idles Program To Recover Troops' Remains As North Korea Goes Silent

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U.S. military officials say that after a second summit failed in February, their North Korean counterparts have stopped communicating.

Trump Pardons Michael Behenna, Former Soldier Convicted Of Killing Iraqi Prisoner

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Behenna was convicted of unpremeditated murder in a combat zone. But his claim of self-defense and a request for clemency drew support from high-profile corners in Oklahoma.

Opposition Candidate's Victory Tossed Out In Istanbul Mayor's Race

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Turkish election authorities have cancelled a major election victory for the country's main opposition party, according to Turkish state media. The Istanbul mayor's race will be re-run on June 23.

Amid Measles Outbreaks, States Consider Revoking Religious Vaccine Exemptions

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More than 10 states are considering tightening their vaccine laws in response to what health officials say is the worst year for measles in 25 years. The bills are spurring passionate opposition.

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VIDEOS: News Features

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News Features are short documentaries that explore the ways in which our country— and sometimes the world— is changing.

As Saudi Arabia Builds A Nuclear Reactor, Some Worry About Its Motives

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Saudi Arabia is building a small civilian nuclear reactor, the nation's first. Nuclear power is an important part of its energy plans. Arms control experts ask if its intention is entirely peaceful.

Business Leaders Oppose 'License To Discriminate' Against LGBT Texans

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Texas legislators are considering a bill that would allow professionals to deny service to people based on religious beliefs. Critics say the law would sanction discrimination against LGBT Texans.

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Boeing Knew About 737 Max Sensor Problem Before Plane Crash In Indonesia

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Engineers at the company discovered a problem with a key safety indicator light within months of the first deliveries of 737 Max. But it didn't inform airlines or regulators for another year.