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The United States issued 271 sanctions agains Syria. Largest sanction in U.S. history.

US Sanctions 271 in Syrian Chemical Attack

Dallas Police Responding to Possible Active Shooter
Dallas Police Responding to Possible Active Shooter

AP: Trump Has Achieved 10 of 38 Promises
The Associated Press reports that President Trump has completed 10 of the 38 specific promises he made for his first 100 days in office.

Confederate Monument in New Orleans Taken Down
Workers in New Orleans began removing the first of four prominent Confederate monuments early Monday.

Forestry Official: Georgia Fire Could Burn 6 Months

Whitson Topples Williams for Space Record
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson flew through the standing record for cumulative time spent in space by a U.S. astronaut at 12:27 a.m. CDT on April 24, 2017.

US General Suggests Russia Arming Taliban

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Second Person Arrested in Swedish Truck Attacks

North Korea Detains US Citizen

Macron, Le Pen Advance in French Presidential Election

Yemeni Officials: Suspected US Strike Kills 3 al-Qaida Operatives

US Carrier Heading for Korea Trains with Japanese Destroyers

Trudeau Says He'll Stand Up for Canada in Milk Dispute
Ontario Police Arrest 100 Men in Child Prostitution Case
President George H.W. Bush is seen with Barbara Bush in this 1990 photo.
George HW Bush to Stay in Hospital Through Weekend
The U.S. military says it intercepted two Russian TU-95 Bear bombers in international airspace off Alaska's coast on Monday.
Russian Planes Detected off Alaska 4 Times This Week
Arkansas Conducts First Execution since 2005; Plans 3 more
IS Naming of Belgian attacker was fake
Paris police say a gunman has killed a police officer and wounded another before being killed himself in an attack on the Champs-Elysees shopping district.
Paris Police Say Officer and Attacker Shot, Killed
The Soyuz MS-04 rocket launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Thursday.
Soyuz Space Capsule Carrying American, Russian Blasts Off

Treasury Secretary: Economic Growth will Offset Tax Cuts

A bill circulating the Wisconsin Capitol would allow people to sell homemade baked goods for profit.

Proposal Would Allow Homemade Baked Goods Sales in Wisconsin

Gov. Mark Dayton is pushing for a change in oversight for the state's preservation agency.

Dayton Wants Preservation Agency Moved to Administration

A man who had been missing after a boat crash on the St. Croix River has been found alive.

Missing St. Croix River Boater Found Alive

Illinois Teen Killed at Track Meet Hammer-Throw Event

Student from Nepal Drowns in South Dakota Park

Official: Nebraska 3-Year-Old Died after Car Window Closed on Neck

Southern Minn. Man Who Fell into Pile of Burning Leaves Dies

Minnesota Farmers Begin Planting under Optimal Weather

Wis. Beverage Company Workers Accused of Stealing Company's Booze

Wisconsin Tribes Clash in Casino Expansion Fight

Prosecution Asks Appeals Court not to Move Yanez's Trial

UW Instructors Apologize for Border Wall Exam Question

Medical Examiner: Probable Opioid Overdose Killed Wis. 4-Year-Old

GOP Leaders Agree to Close Indiana Cold Beer Loophole

Inmate Bites Caseworker, Punches Guards at Nebraska Prison

19 Minn. Dairy Farms Affected by US-Canada Trade Dispute

Jakubowski Faces More Gun Charges

Wisconsin Sees First Carfentanil Death
Minnesota's Dental Therapist Experiment Seems to be Working
Study Finds Samsung's S8 Phones More Prone to Screen Cracks
Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus
United Changes Policy, Crew Can't Displace Seated Passengers
Officials: 'Happy Days' Star Moran Likely Died from Cancer
Burt Reynolds Makes Rare Public Appearance
Burt Reynolds made a rare public appearance for Tribeca Film Festival premiere of his latest movie,

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GM Halts Operations in Venezuela after Factory is Seized

Pesticide Maker Tries to Scrap Risk Study

Venezuelans Gear up for Major March Against Maduro

Canadian Police Charge Woman with Smuggling Refugees from US

O'Reilly Out at Fox News Channel

Ex-NFL Star Aaron Hernandez Dead after Hanging Self in Cell

Study Shows How Chronic Wasting Disease Spreads in Wisconsin

Clean Water Advocates Trickle in to State Capitol

Moose Population Explodes on Isle Royale as Wolves Decline

Bayfield Co. to Get Grouse from NW Minnesota

Wis. Outdoor Lovers Concerned about Sand Mines, Large Farms

Gov. Dayton to Open Bass Season at Mille Lacs