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CNN's Nick Paton Wash reports from Syria where families in disarray attempt to find safety as Turkish forces cut off the main road between the east and west of Syrian Kurdish territory, effectively cutting off the city of Kobani.

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New Yorker staff writer Andrew Marantz tells Brian Stelter about the "online extremists" he shadowed for his new book "Antisocial." He says they are "master propagandists, master 'metamedia insurgents' I call them -- master manipulators."

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During an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, 2020 Democratic candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg chastised President Trump, saying he was a "walking conflict of interest" in regards to his family's ongoing business dealings around the world.

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President Trump throws his support behind Rudy Giuliani, his personal lawyer, after a barrage of legal developments this week regarding the Ukraine scandal.

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Pro-Turkish forces cut off the main road between the east and west of Syrian Kurdish territory, effectively cutting off the main city of Kobani. The move cuts off the main highway -- and perhaps only route -- to Kobani, where US troops are based. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.

Reverend Sophia Willis attributes her faith in God and her positive attitude to her ability to conquer breast cancer 20 years ago.

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An American diplomat's wife involved in a crash that killed 19-year-old Harry Dunn in the UK does not have diplomatic immunity, according to PA Media. The UK news agency says US and UK governments say "immunity is no longer pertinent" in her case.

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Police in New Hampshire are investigating what led a man to barge into a church and open fire during a wedding. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports the shooter injured the bride and bishop who was presiding over the ceremony before guests tackled him.

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Activists tell The New York Times that newly released video appears to show two men who were both killed by a faction allied with the Turkish-backed FSA militia in northern Syria. The New York Times says the militant group Ahrar al-Sharqiyah entered Syria from Turkey and took control of this…

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Craig Stivender, a Republican sheriff candidate in South Carolina, released a campaign ad that includes a photo of himself wearing blackface at a party 10 years ago. He said he values honesty and transparency, but critics say the video is missing an apology.

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Firefighters in Southern California are working around-the-clock to contain fast-moving wildfires. CNN's Paul Vercammen spoke with Granada Hills, California, resident Eyad Jarjour, who said neighbors alerted him to the looming Saddleridge Fire.

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A request to create an incentive program for justice of the peace clerks was rejected by commissioners in a special session on Monday. 

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Huntsville residents and farmers living on the edge of the city limits were caught by surprise, as water rates in the extraterritorial jurisdiction saw a 40% increase from the previous year. 

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Over at D’Iberville, Warriors trying to keep pace with Gulfport atop the region, hosting a West Harrison team still in search of its first district win in class 6A. D’Iberville-42 West Harrison-7 For more Gulf Coast high school football scores, watch the video above.

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An undercover ATF probe showed that a suspect sold illegal AR-15s to convicted felons. So why did he walk free after cutting a deal with federal authorities? CNN's Drew Griffin reports.

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News 25 had a special guest stop by WXXV today: candidate for Lt. Gov. Jay Hughes. Hughes says that if elected he would like to bring transparency and common sense back to the capital. He also says if elected he would focus on education and giving the Gulf Coast a voice in Jackson. "Transpar…