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"Father Brown" follows a kindly cleric as he solves crimes in his community.
DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz says she is stepping down following the release of nearly 20,000 emails revealing how the Democratic Party favored Hillary Clinton and worked behind the scenes to discredit and defeat Bernie Sanders.
Father Brown investigates when a young man's body is taken from his graveyard.
Young Cleveland activists gathered near the gates of the RNC to protest Republican Party priorities they say have decimated their city.
"...America is inching toward becoming a non-white majority country, all of that is reflected in this campaign."
The Latino Coalition found Latinos in Cleveland more concerned about terrorism, the economy and healthcare.
A woman is brutally murdered in a hedgerow.
Interest groups have more at stake this year than usual, and they are spending accordingly.
Led by Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy, the filibuster was the ninth longest in U.S. history.
Patience Carter was shot in both legs but survived, after being trapped in a bathroom with the shooter, Omar Mateen.
Translatina activist Isa Noyola discusses the need to center the stories of the Latinx LGBTQ community in the responses to the Orlando shootings.
Two competing LA companies are developing a "hyperloop" to move people at 750 mph in a frictionless tube. Can it really work?
The attack in Orlando has also renewed calls for lifting what advocates say is a medically unnecessary ban on blood donations from many gay and bisexual men.