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Tourist John Gleason crept through the grass, four small children close behind, inching toward a bull elk with antlers like small trees at the edge of a meadow in Yellowstone National Park."They're going to give me a heart attack," said Gleason's mother-in-law, Barbara Henry, as the group came within about a dozen yards of the massive animal.The...

If Trump lost in November and then launched his own media operation — a plan his campaign has repeatedly denied — what would it be exactly?

An Iranian man has been arrested on suspicion of informing about Iran's nuclear deal with the West.A judiciary spokesman described the unidentified man as a "spy who had infiltrated the nuclear team".The man was held for several days, Gholamhosein Mohseni Ejehi said, before being released on bail.Last year's nuclear deal was widely celebrated in Iran and internationally, but some Iranian hardliners saw it as a capitulation to the US.

Using both conventional media and covert channels, the Kremlin relies on disinformation to create doubt, fear and discord among NATO, the European Union and the United States. 

<p>Alexander Shchetinin was found dead in his Kiev apartment with a gunshot wound to the head. &nbsp;</p>

Man appears to resist attempts to save him, but officer manages to pull him out of harm's way with barely a moment to spare

Clinton said too many Americans still face systemic racism.

<p>Turkish shelling and air strikes killed at least 35 civilians in Syria on Sunday, the fifth day of an incursion against Islamic State group jihadists and Kurdish militia, a monitor said.</p>

Alanis Morissette, Shirley Manson and more '90s female rockers: Where are they now?

Paramount The box office in 2016 has been more of a shrug than a full-on crisis.While there have been bright spots, Hollywood has had some big bets that have not payed off at all this year, especially over the summer, when audiences got tired of all the underwhelming sequels.And then there are the titles whose performances at the box office have been epically bad.From "Zoolander 2" to "Ben-Hur," these are the 10 movies that did the worst this year, so far.Note: These releases are limited to only those from the six major studios and those that have played in over...

Woody Allen tells the Guardian about life's "traumas" and his daughter Dylan's allegations

J.Lo and Casper Smart split, and more ICYMI celeb news for Aug. 21-26



Frances Bean Cobain and Isaiah Silva Frances Bean Cobain's ex has hired the private detective used by Courtney Love to investigate Kurt Cobain's death. Isaiah Silva, 31, has employed the services of Tom Grant, who was enlisted by the Hole singer to dig around for answers after the Nirvana frontman - who is Frances' father - committed suicide by shooting himself in 1994. However, Silva is hoping Grant will protect him, his seven-year-old son Arlo and Arlo's mother Jessica Sullivan, 27, from reportedly being harassed by Love and her manager Sam Lutfi, according to Pag...

Jessica Alba is foxy in a red leather dress in NY, plus more celeb pics Aug. 22-26

The couple's revived romance is a bit different than the first time around

Most important college football games of 2016.

Saturday's Top 5 Plays include Jake Marisnick's superb catch and an amazing knockout from Paige VanZant.

Colin Kaepernick knew there would be consequences for standing up for what he believes in by refusing to stand during the national anthem.

As if there wasn’t enough buzz about the grandson of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones making his first start in Texas high school football, Highland Park jiunior John Stephen Jones goes and throws for 325 yards and four touchdowns in a 43-21 victory over Rockwall.

The French tennis federation has provisionally suspended Kristina Mladenovic, Caroline Garcia and Benoit Paire for ''damaging'' its image at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

This week in Charles Barkley Says Something Funny, we’ve got the TNT analyst talking about Dallas Cowboys rookie Ezekiel Elliot’s purported pre-game visit to a marijuana dispensary in Seattle earlier this week.&nbsp;

22 of the craziest NFL plays you (probably) forgot from last season

The best images of celebs on the sports scene.

Gary Sanchez has supercharged the New York offense.

The US Open Tennis Championships&nbsp;begins on Aug. 29. Take this quiz to find out how much you know about the&nbsp;final tennis Grand Slam of the year.

If his Instagram stories are to be believed, LeBron James is great at Uno.

The casual fan really isn’t interested in watching training camp bodies play in a meaningless game.

Paige VanZant beat Bec Rawlings in their women's strawweight bout at UFC on Fox 21 on Saturday.

In the third preseason game, the Ravens saw one of their many questions answered in the form and fitness of Terrell Suggs.

Local Wisconsin News

New Jersey woman injured during batting practice at Miller Park sues Brewers.
       


The defense is reviewing hundreds of hours of conversations between Samy Hamzeh and informants.
       


Oak Creek couple explores embryo adoption as answer to infertility.
       


The Jurena family of Wauwatosa saved for college by making and selling root beer.
       


Eve Hall, CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin, sees "rays of hope."
       


Alan Mayer worried as his patient, 15-month-old Addyson Valley, grew dangerously ill.
       


Across the city Saturday, Milwaukee’s faith community pitched in to offer help and hope in a new effort in partnership with city leaders to assess what’s needed to address urban problems.
       


Temperatures this month have hit 80 or higher on all but two days in Milwaukee.
       


Investigators believe excessive speed led to the crash Friday night that killed two 15-year-old boys on Milwaukee's north side.
       


Authorities in Mississippi have charged a man with capital murder in the killings this week of two nuns, one of them from Milwaukee.
       


Charles Neil Cooper died of cancer this month and wrote his own death notice: "Age 61. Chuck died."
       


A Milwaukee man faces burglary charges after he admitted to entering three stores during the Sherman Park unrest earlier this month.
       


Milwaukee does not have a Sherman Park problem. It has a Milwaukee problem — a bunch of them. Or you can substitute “Wisconsin” or “the nation” for “Milwaukee.”
       


Scientists led by researchers with the U.S.