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Telescope protesters agree to take down tent on Mauna Kea

Protesters against building a giant telescope atop a Hawaiian mountain say they will no longer keep around-the-clock vigil on Mauna Kea.

Jimmy Carter upbeat, busy as cancer treatment continues

Cancer treatment aside, Jimmy Carter is keeping busy.

Sides reach deal to end 42-day bus strike in Tucson, Arizona

The transit bus system in Tucson and a union representing hundreds of workers have reached a new contract agreement to end a 42-day strike.

Two students killed in Houston bus crash

The families of two Houston students who died of injuries suffered in a school bus crash are identifying the girls.

Justice Dept. affirms Clinton could delete personal emails

The Justice Department is affirming that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton had the right to delete personal emails from her private server.

Former Texas Governor Rick Perry exits 2016 Republican presidential race

Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is dropping out of the race for president, ending his second bid for the Republican nomination and becoming the first major candidate of the 2016 campaign to give up on the White House.

New York City 9/11 remembrance ceremony

The live webcast of the September 11, 2001 anniversary ceremony begins at 8:40 a.m. ABC Breaking News | Latest News Videos

11 Republicans to share stage in next presidential debate

Eleven Republican presidential candidates have qualified for next week's primetime debate.

Baltimore approved $6.4 million settlement for Freddie Gray’s family

The Baltimore city board that oversees spending has unanimously approved a $6.4 million settlement between the city and the family of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who died a week after he was critically injured while in police custody.

UPDATE: Congress readies debate on Iran deal

Lawmakers in Washington are getting ready for what could be the most consequential foreign policy vote of their careers - over the Iran nuclear deal.

Hillary Clinton apologizes for using private email account

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is shifting her tune when it comes to the use of a private email account during her time as secretary of state.

Hundreds of officers attend funeral for Illinois lieutenant

Several hundred police officers from around the country attended a funeral today for a suburban Chicago lieutenant shot and killed last week.