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Linebacker Jerrell Freeman, waiting for a flight to Bears camp, came to the rescue of a man who was choking at the Austin airport.

     
 
 

The USS Constitution – first launched in 1797 and the oldest commissioned naval vessel still afloat – was eased back into Boston Harbor on Sunday night.

     
 
 

A Wisconsin tech company is offering its employees microchip implants that can be used to scan into the building and purchase food at work.

     
 
 

White House adviser Jared Kushner is giving testimony to congressional committees this week.

     
 
 

Apollo astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Harrison “Jack” Schmitt, Michael Collins and Walt Cunningham reflected on the U.S. missions to the moon during a gala at the Kennedy Space Center for Aldrin’s space education foundation.

     
 
 

Justine Damond, who was white, was fatally shot by a Minneapolis police officer, who is Somali-American.

     
 
 

A charismatic Iraqi businesswoman opened an auto-repair shop with an all-female team of mechanics in a country that clings to traditional gender roles.

     
 
 

Here's how we see things panning out for all 32 teams in the regular season, with a look ahead to the playoffs and Super Bowl LII.

     
 
 

Dine and drink on the water at these restaurants and bars on boats, barges and floating docks.

     
 
 

A Jordanian man was shot to death and an Israeli man was wounded in a violent incident at the Israeli embassy in Amman on Sunday evening, a security official and a news site linked to Jordan's military reported.(July 23)

     
 
 

Get the latest news and entertainment insights here. Today: 'Game of Thrones' chatter, MLB power rankings, 'Atomic Blonde' premiere

     
 
 

We are ramping up internal VA capacity along with private referrals. Critics don't want to lose all that VA has to offer. I don't either, and we won't.

     
 
 

A suicide bomber rammed his explosive-packed car into a bus carrying government employees in the Afghan capital early Monday, killing 24 people and wounding 42 others, Kabul's police chief spokesman said. The Taliban claimed responsibility. (July 24)

     
 
 

A two-day court hearing over whether the 11-month-old can receive treatment abroad could yield a judgement Tuesday.

     
 
 

USA TODAY/iMediaEthics Poll finds intense feelings on both sides about impeaching Trump

     
 
 

There will be no do-overs on this. Take it from me: A no vote this week is the only one that will be defensible in the years to come.

     
 
 

Japan marks three-year countdown to 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo with relays, concerts and dancing events meant to help drum up public enthusiasm for the event

     
 
 

Andre Spicer's daughter was fined $200 for selling homemade lemonade.

     
 
 

Attack occurred in a western Kabul neighborhood where several prominent politicians reside.

     
 
 

The biggest news you need to get your Monday started.

     
 
 

Jordan Spieth is the British Open champion everyone expected with a finish that no one imagined

     
 
 

An exclusive Associated Press investigation found the Word of Faith Fellowship used its two church branches in Brazil to siphon a steady flow of young laborers to the United States. (July 24)

     
 
 

This marks the second consecutive Gold Cup that Jamaica has reached the final.

     
 
 

Here are 3 things you can't believe happened on Season 7 Episode 2 of 'Game of Thrones.'

     
 
 

A fiery battle and a surprising return dominated "Stormborn," the second episode of 'Game of Thrones' Season 7.

     
 
 

President Trump on Monday will speak to the press at the White House about health care, minutes after meeting with "victims of Obamacare."

     
 
 

A tale of bravery, honor and loss had a storybook ending Sunday when a Purple Heart found years ago was reunited with a World War II hero's kin.

     
 
 

Hundreds of fans make mass exodus after Earnhardt Jr.'s crash on a restart on Lap 110.

     
 
 

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