Putin: Russians, Ukrainians are 'one people'
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he believes Russians and Ukrainians constitute one nation and that the countries should find a way to integrate
Hong Kong police seize explosives ahead of weekend protestsPolice in Hong Kong have raided a homemade-explosives manufacturing lab ahead of another weekend of protests in the semi-autonomous Chinese city
Germany marks 75th anniversary of plot to kill HitlerGermany is marking the 75th anniversary of the most famous plot to kill Adolf Hitler, paying tribute to those who were executed for trying, but failing, to assassinate the Nazi dictator
A good round for Holmes in British, an early exit for TigerTiger Woods headed home early from British Open as Holmes sets the target at Royal Portrush
After distancing himself from hostile chant, Trump calls rally supporters 'incredible patriots'In morning tweets, the president said reporters should be more focused on the "vile and disgusting" statements by minority congresswomen he had repeatedly attacked.
The Soviets tried to beat Apollo 11. They crashed a spacecraft on the moon instead.Luna 15 plummeted toward the moon on July 21, crashed into a mountain and cratered near the aptly named Sea of Crises - all before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin even left the surface.
Monmouth racing card shaken amid fierce heat, track protestsMonmouth scraps 6 races amid heat, protests; Haskell Invitational delayed until evening
Jury: Oak Brook soldier guilty of predatory criminal sexual assaultA soldier from Oak Brook has been found guilty of repeatedly sexually assaulting a girl while he lived in her home, authorities announced.
Heat wave cancels Chicago events, challenges festivalgoersStifling heat has forced the cancellation of several outdoor events in Chicago as forecasters urge residents to drink plenty of water and stay in the shade
Editorial: Serving in office, running for president -- who does their jobs?In this editorial, the Daily Herald wonders: With more than 12 officeholders campaigning for president, who does their current jobs?
Russian, US astronauts blast off on moon landing anniversaryA Russian space capsule with three astronauts aboard has blasted off for a fast-track trip to the International Space Station
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- 1:25 PMThe Latest: Pence marks Apollo 11 anniversary at launch site
- 1:22 PMBritish Airways suspends Cairo flights for 7 days
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- 1:11 PMCo-stars say Huffman remorseful for role in college case
- 12:59 PMIran says its seizure of British ship a 'reciprocal' move
- 12:49 PMThe Latest: Iran says Saudis release tanker after 2 ½ months
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