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  1. Who was Otto Warmbier — the student released from North Korea?

    06.19 / 22:12 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    College student Otto Warmbier returned to Cincinnati in a coma after being imprisoned for 18…
  2. Otto Warmbier, imprisoned in North Korea, dies in U.S.

    06.19 / 21:14 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    The college student visited the country in late 2015, early 2016 but was detained when he was about to…
  3. Accidental deaths on the rise: Blame our brains, NASA expert says

    06.19 / 19:20 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    We've maxed out safety measures, he says. It's on us to not die…
  4. Is moderate alcohol use that bad for the aging brain?

    06.19 / 19:20 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    If even moderate drinking is bad for the aging brain, is the person's fate set or can the brain …
  5. These techniques can help you cope with your social anxiety at work events

    06.19 / 18:14 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    Do you try to avoid work events that require socializing? And cringe at the thought of giving a presentation or talking to an executive at your…
  6. Supreme Court says sex offenders can access social media

    06.19 / 16:12 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    A North Carolina law violates the First Amendment, the high court rules…
  7. Why you shouldn't get laser hair removal during the summer

    06.19 / 16:12 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    With any type of laser there is a risk of pigment changes or a darkening or lightening of the skin, according to Matthew Schulman, a board certified plastic…
  8. Children are killing themselves more and more with guns

    06.19 / 14:18 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    Each day, 19 children in the United States are either killed or injured by a firearm. That's nearly 6,000 wounded and 1,300 killed each …
  9. What is Juneteenth? Day marks the end of slavery in the United States

    06.19 / 14:18 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    On June 19, 1865, Major Gen. Gordon Granger came to Galveston, Texas, to inform the community that President Lincoln two years earlier had freed the …
  10. Supreme Court to rule on how election districts are drawn

    06.19 / 14:18 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    A case from Wisconsin will give the justices a chance to strike down partisan…
  11. Nabra Hassanen,Muslin teen, killed after leaving Virginia mosque

    06.19 / 13:20 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    Police have not yet ruled whether it was a hate…
  12. Mother with knife killed in Seattle officer-involved shooting

    06.19 / 13:20 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    The woman called about a burglary and two officers responded because the tenant had a history with police, police…
  13. Video of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina shooting captured on Facebook Live

    06.19 / 12:15 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    A Facebook Live video, taken by someone on a balcony at a nearby hotel, captured the shooting. In the recording, over a dozen shots can be…
  14. Tropical storms likely to form in Gulf, Atlantic

    06.19 / 12:15 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    Two separate tropical storms are likely to form in Gulf of Mexico and in the Atlantic over the next couple of days, the National Hurricane Center…
  15. FBI director nominee still at work as Christie's Bridgegate attorney

    06.19 / 11:17 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    President Trump picked Wray to succeed James Comey as FBI director, but no confirmation hearings have been set…
  16. Tennessee inmates threatened with solitary confinement if scabies outbreak mentioned

    06.19 / 05:04 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    Inmates were warned they'd be put in solitary confinement if they talked about what caused their rashes, alleges a new federal lawsuit filed…
  17. NBC's Megyn Kelly grills 'radical conspiracy theorist' Alex Jones

    06.19 / 02:13 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    NBC's News' Megyn Kelly took conservative conspiracy theorist to…
  18. 'Father's Day for Philando' third protest of Minn. shooting verdict

    06.19 / 01:15 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    Protesters say they want to challenge their anger into legislation governing police-involved…
  19. U.S. military said U.S. fighter plane was defending anti-ISIS fighters in Syria

    06.19 / 01:15 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    A U.S. fighter plane acted to defend U.S.-backed rebel forces fighting the Islamic…
  20. Yes, these promgoers dressed in duct tape

    06.19 / 00:18 usatoday.com USAToday-US
    Prom creation has put pair in the running for up to $10,000 each in a nationwide scholarship contest, "Stuck at Prom," sponsored by Duck…