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Hollywood creators describe the best movies

Steven Spielberg, Jordan Peele, Greta Gerwig and more weigh in on what the best movies are made of.

The Latest: Ban assault weapons, civil rights…

The woman who faced threats and harassment when she integrated a southern school as a child several decades ago says "the next civil rights movement" should be banning assault weapons

Protesters want Nevada to enforce gun background…

With protesters outside the courthouse calling for action, a Nevada judge is due to hear arguments about a voter-approved gun background-check law that has not been enforced since voters passed it in November 2016

US deportations targeting more people with no crime records

U.S. figures show that people getting deported increasingly have no criminal backgrounds

Canadian police charge alleged killer with…

Canadian police say they've charged an alleged serial killer with one additional charge of murder, bringing the total to six

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The Latest: College president rejects anti-Semitism claims

The president of a private Baptist college in Louisiana says there is no truth to a lawsuit's claims that he refused to sign off on hiring a football coach because of his Jewish heritage

KFC Hilariously Apologizes for its 'Chicken…

KFC is apologizing to customers in the UK and Ireland -- after running out of chicken and shutting down more than half of its 900 stores. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

US lands agency makeover would diminish…

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has revamped a proposed overhaul of his department following criticism from Western governors, but he's not backing off his overarching goal to decentralize its bureaucracy

Police trace white supremacist signs; no students involved

Vermont police say white supremacist signs and stickers posted at the University of Vermont and Champlain College have been traced to a state resident and an out-of-towner

Second Russian Olympic athlete fails drug test

Bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva has become the second Russian athlete to test positive for a banned substance at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Jacob Greaves reports.

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Emoluments suit vs. Trump now personal as well as…

AGs of Maryland, DC expand emoluments lawsuit against Trump, suing him not only as president but in his personal capacity as a businessman

US sailor hit by helicopter blade in critical…

The military says a sailor was hit by a helicopter rotor blade at Camp Pendleton Marine Corps base, north of San Diego

Is The Media Perpetuating Mass Shootings?

NRA representatives said, "The media loves mass shootings." But is there a link between media coverage and mass shootings?

New charges against Manafort in Mueller probe

New charges were filed against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation alleging that Manafort, with the assistance of long-time business partner Rick Gates, paid former European politicians to favor Ukraine.

Dropbox seeking to raise $500 million in stock market debut

Online document storage service Dropbox is opening its files in an initial public offering of stock

Bruce Campbell on the longevity of 'Evil Dead'

Bruce Campbell of the "Evil Dead" franchise talks to CNNMoney's Frank Pallotta about why he wouldn't make the movie again and his thoughts on the horror genre.

The Latest: State unable to tap vein in aborted…

Lawyer: Execution team stuck inmate repeatedly in legs, ankle and groin before calling off lethal injection.

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Utah bill would give teens fleeing polygamy more…

Teenagers fleeing polygamous communities would get more legal protection from parents who could expose them to sexual abuse under a proposal approved by a panel of Utah lawmakers

US gymnasts tell AP sport rife with verbal…

U.S. gymnasts say the sport plagued by a win-at-all-cost culture rife with verbal, emotional and sometimes physical abuse

Myanmar bulldozes what was left of Rohingya…

Myanmar bulldozes what is left of Rohingya Muslim villages in vast operation human rights groups say is destroying evidence of crimes