Police identify victim in correctional facility homicide investigation

Police believe a 21-year-old man attacked and killed a 82-year-old man at the Jackson County Correctional Facility Monday.

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The fight over net neutrality is not going away in Washington. Following the Federal Communication Commission’s vote to repeal certain internet regulations, a bipartisan group of senators is punching back. Mostly Democrats are signed onto an effort that would reverse the FCC’s decision. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) joined the crusade and says this is about keeping the internet free and open.

New numbers from the federal government suggest homeless rates are going down. Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer talks with experts and members of Congress to find out what’s working and what still needs to be done.

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One inmate killed in Jackson County Correctional Facility

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'I still get sick': Sex-abuse victims face gymnastics doctor

Nearly 100 women will give statements against gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar at a weeklong sentencing.

University of Iowa lawsuit pits gay rights against religious freedom

A Christian student group is suing the university after it revoked the group's campus registration for denying a leadership position to a gay student.

Then and now: War-torn Mosul struggles to rise from the rubble

Mosul was declared liberated 6 months ago by the Iraqi military and a U.S.-led coalition, but the cost of victory is nearly incalculable.

Pope begs forgiveness for 'irreparable damage' caused by sex abuse in Chile

Many Chileans are still furious over the pope's decision to appoint a bishop linked to a priest found guilty of abusing dozens of minors over decades.

13 people believed bound, starving inside California home

David Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Ann Turpin, 49, of Perris, California were arrested after 13 people were allegedly found bound, shackled and emaciated in their home.