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Putin says Russia has nuclear-powered missiles that can't be intercepted

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| The weapons include cruise missiles, nuclear-powered underwater drones and a new hypersonic missile. Putin warned that any use of nuclear weapons against Russia or its allies would trigger a response.

Florida students return to 'picture of education in fear'


A heavily armed police presence, designed to make the community feel secure as students resume classes, is also disturbing in itself, some students said.

Tribes cut out of California's pot market might grow their own


American Indians have floated the idea of setting up rival farms on reservations after concluding that licensing rules would strip them of authority over their lands.

North Korea is open to talks with US


As the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics wind down, another potential sign of détente with North Korea has emerged.

Food waste law changes how grocery stores operate


Two years ago, France introduced a law to force supermarkets to donate unsold food to charities and food banks. Here's what happened.


911 calls reveal troubled history of Florida school shooter


Broward County officials had received multiple calls since 2008 about the volatile behavior of Nikolas Cruz, who was arrested in the Parkland high school shooting.

Trump calls Syria 'humanitarian disgrace'


The president spoke at a joint news conference with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Trump considers pulling ICE agents from California


"Frankly, if I wanted to pull our people from California, you would have a crime nest like you've never seen," the President said.

Miracle on Ice, Part II as US women's hockey team wins gold


The American women tied the score late in the game, forcing overtime against their archrival, Canada. Then it went to a penalty shootout.