6 States Facing Possible Gas Shortages After Pipeline Spill


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6 States Facing Possible Gas Shortages After Pipeline Spill
Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama are affected.

Philly Cop and University Officer Shot; Both Stable
Officials say two police officers been shot in a confrontation in West Philadelphia

2 Police Officers Shot in Fort Worth, Officials Say
The officers were shot Friday night.

Armed Passenger Prompts Amtrak Train Evacuation
The passenger barricaded himself in a train car.

Fact-Checking Trump’s Claim Clinton Started ‘Birther’ Movement
There is no evidence to support the claim Clinton started the birther movement

Clinton: Campaigning for President ‘Especially Tricky for Women’
Clinton talked about the challenges of campaigning in interview Friday.

‘Virginia Woolf’ Playwright Edward Albee Dies at Age 88
Three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee has died in suburban New York City at age 88. Albee challenged theatrical convention in masterworks such as “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “A Delicate Balance.”

Denver Hospital on Lockdown Amid Reports of Shots Fired
The hospital was locked down Friday night.

Zika Zone Expanded in Miami Beach, Officials Say
The zone was expanded to a northern portion of Miami Beach.

Trump Walks Out to Les Miserables Theme in Miami
Trump campaigned in Miami on Friday night.

White House Meets on Syria Crisis, Fragile Cease-Fire
As the cease-fire enters its fifth day humanitarian aid has yet to be delivered.

US Special Ops Forces Working With Turks in Syria
Will advise and assist Turkish forces and Turkish-supported rebels.

Fertilizer Plant Sinkhole Reportedly Leaks 215 Million Gallons of Radioactive Water
The fertilizer plant took swift corrective action, a state environmental official said.

Only Clinton and Trump Will Participate in 1st Presidential Debate
CPD announced today that Jill Stein and Gary Johnson did not meet criteria.

How Donald Trump Perpetuated the ‘Birther’ Movement for Years
A look at the trajectory of Donald Trump’s role in the birther movement.

Michelle Obama Hits the Campaign Trail for Hillary Clinton
The first lady will make her debut stop for Clinton in swing state of Virginia.

WATCH: America 101: How Are Presidential Campaigns Financed?
“Shark Tank” star Kevin O’Leary gives us a lesson in how presidential campaigns are financed.

WATCH: America 101: What is a Political Outsider?
As Donald Trump seeks to become President of the United States, Lara Spencer looks back at the history of political outsiders.

Rescue Dog Who Went Viral Gets to Stay in Forever Home
Diggy was adopted by Dan Tillery last June.

Cancer-Stricken Teacher Serenaded by 400 Students Dies
Ben Ellis, the teacher who was serenaded to by hundred of his students has died.

Nick Gordon Found Civilly Liable in Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Death
Brown’s estate is seeking millions in the wrongful death suit.

Bill Bratton Retires After 2nd Stint as NYPD Commissioner
James O’Neill, the chief of department, will be the new police commissioner.

First Ladies Obama and Bush Urge Next President to Prioritize Veterans
“Keep the pressure on the next administration,” Obama said.

Senior ISIS Leader Killed in Airstrike
Dr. Wa’il produced ISIS execution videos.

67 Times Trump Tweeted About the ‘Birther’ Movement
Trump made a number of statements on social media about the claim.

Professor’s Ex-Boyfriend Says Her Brother Discussed Killing Ex-Husband
Dan Markel was killed on the morning of July 18, 2014, at his home.

Undercover Agent Confronts Slain Professor’s Ex-Mother-In-Law
Dan Markel was killed on the morning of July 18, 2014, at his home.

A Neon Pink House Calls Out for a Brighter Future for Refugees
Artist, refugees cover house in crochet to bring attention to displaced women.

Aid Expected in Syria’s Aleppo as Ceasefire Threatens to Unravel
Russian troops are reportedly clearing a path for aid to be delivered.

Bombing in Northwest Pakistan Mosque Kills 24, Wounds 28
Pakistani government official: Suicide bombing at a mosque in northwest kills at least 24 worshippers, wounds 28

What Other States Could Be Problematic for NCAA?
Now that North Carolina has lost its NCAA and Atlantic Coast Conference championship events for this year, some other states face potential challenges in the organization’s fight for discrimination-free environments

The Latest: Union: Cop Who Shot Boy Did What He Had to Do
A police union leader says the Ohio officer who fatally shot a 13-year-old boy while investigating a reported armed robbery is a well-respected policeman who did what he had to do in that circumstance

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