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Is second of three required votes before sending the bill to the South Carolina House.









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It's been months since anyone has seen Lynda, but because of the circumstances surrounding her disappearance, she is not considered a missing person by police.









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How families in Chicago cope with the daily threat of violence.









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Starbucks Corp. said it would raise prices for some of its coffee beverages by 5 to 20 cents in the United States starting Tuesday.









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Jones, who retired in 1965, says lots of sleep is the secret to her longevity.









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Despite World Cup success, U.S. women soccer players will struggle to gain the salary and endorsement windfalls enjoyed by their male counterparts.









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The 7-month-old baby's suicidal father jumped into the Connecticut River, and police now say the baby went into the water, as well.









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The General Assembly returns Monday to discuss Gov. Nikki Haley's budget vetoes and what to do with the rebel flag.









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American businesses that sell goods from Greece are preparing for the worst after voters there rejected a bailout deal.









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Dr. Farid Fata pleaded guilty to fraud for giving unnecessary treatments to hundreds of patients, some of whom weren't even sick.









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A moment of peace and prayer was held inside South Carolina's statehouse in Columbia, as lawmakers prepared to debate whether to remove the confederate flag from State House grounds.









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At Sensa Salon, hair that would usually get thrown out is being re-purposed to be used in "hair booms," which absorb oil after spills.









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A former Iowa firefighter is receiving help in his battle against cancer from fire departments across the nation. KTIV's Sarah Te Slaa reports.









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A huge bee hive discovered in the wall of a Edmond, Oklahoma house nearly drives the homeowner out of her home. KFOR's Adam Snider reports.









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The Nuestra Senora de Atocha went down in a violent hurricane in 1622 near the Florida Keys laden with New World gold while en route to Spain.









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Clothing retailer American Apparel unveiled a plan to cut costs by $30 million but warned it may not be enough to get it through the next year.









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Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter and French Minister of Defense Jean-Yves Le Drain hold a press briefing.









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