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Team USA will take on Japan Sunday in the final of the 2015 Women's World Cup
Andy Carroll seeks out places of historical significance that have been forgotten
The people who partake in Civil War reenactments in Gettysburg say they treasure the Confederate flag as a valuable way to teach the country's history
With just a harness and a prayer, Bree Newsome scaled a 30 foot flagpole at South Carolina's capitol and took down the Confederate flag
"To anyone that is intent on causing us harm here in this city: We are well prepared and we're ready," says NYPD counterterrorism chief
Voice for Choice is spending $350,000 to fight a new California law which eliminates the personal belief exemption for childhood vaccines
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says 612 people died in car crashes on the Fourth of July between 2009 and 2013
Law enforcement across the country are on alert as the threat of a terror attack looms over the Fourth of July weekend
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says it asked police to alert them before releasing Francisco Sanchez, but request was not honored
California governor signed a new state law that requires nearly all schoolchildren to be vaccinated