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US ambassador attacked in South Korea

The U.S. Ambassador to South Korea, Mark Lippert, was attacked in Seoul, and is in stable condition, receiving treatment at a local hospital, according to the U.S. embassy.

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Clinton to release all emails from State tenure

A House committee investigating the 2012 attack on a U.S. consulate in Libya has subpoenaed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's personal emails, The Associated Press reported.

Senate Judiciary Committee hears deadly force bill

Senate Judiciary Committee hears bill detailing when law enforcement officers can use deadly force

Just hours after the Department of Justice announced it will not charge Officer Darren Wilson Wednesday, one Missouri senator took action trying to change the system.

Governor responds to Department of Justice report on Ferguson

Governor Nixon responded to the Department of Justice report on police fairness in Ferguson. 

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Obamacare on the line at SCOTUS

The future of health care in America is on the table -- and in serious jeopardy -- Wednesday morning in the Supreme Court.

After more than an hour of arguments, the Supreme Court seemed divided in a case concerning what Congress meant in one very spec...

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Ferguson police report: Most shocking parts

Ferguson Mayor James Knowles said the city "must do better" to address racism after a stunning Department of Justice report revealed a range of abuses committed against African American residents by the city's police force.

"We must do better not only...

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Potential presidential candidate: Prisons prove being gay is a choice

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson apologized for commenting Wednesday that prisoners' changes after they leave jail proves being gay is a choice, but said that the science is still murky on the issue.

In a statement, Carson said he "realized that my cho...

Lawmakers eye bill aimed at releasing non-violent offenders facing life sentence

Missouri legislators are considering a bill that would release non-violent offenders from prison who are in for life.

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Senate fails to override Keystone pipeline veto

Senate supporters of the Keystone XL pipeline failed to override President Barack Obama's veto of their legislation that would have cleared construction of the project.

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Missouri House panel OKs budget with more K-12 school money

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri House panel has approved a plan to cut the governor's travel budget, beef up basic aid for K-12 schools and increase money for college scholarships.

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