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With Trump and Clinton attacking each other over racial politics, the legacy of Obama's presidency looks decidedly mixed, black leaders said.

The Food and Drug Administration on Friday recommended expanding the screening process for all blood donations in the U.S. as a precaution against contaminating the blood supply with the mosquito-borne Zika virus. 

Maine Gov. Paul LePage left an expletive-laced voicemail for a state lawmaker that goaded him to "prove that I'm a racist" after a series of controversial comments once again put the governor in the news.

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A Florida man is back in jail after clicking "like" on a Facebook photo posted by a witness in a case against him.

The talk gets heated in Youngstown, Ohio, when residents discuss whether a New York billionaire’s ideas can revitalize a struggling Rust Belt town.

Nancy Wirths said she received an anonymous letter from someone who said her biracial grandchildren were not welcome in her Wichita neighborhood.

She became the face of Italy's earthquake: Sister Marjana Lleshi, blood staining her veil as she texted her family and friends in her native Albania that she was alive.

Civil rights leader Wyatt Tee Walker was arrested 17 times for protesting segregation. He also took the famous photo of Martin Luther King Jr. in the Birmingham jail.

From Hollywood to New York and everywhere in between, see what your favorite stars are up to

How far would you go for a movie role? These women proved that they were dedicated to their craft by shaving their heads for a part in a TV show or movie.

High school movie heartthrobs

The actor starred on the sitcom Dharma & Greg from 1997 to 2002

The 33-year-old singer shares a beautiful barefaced selfie on Instagram.

Romance report: Leighton Meester & Adam Brody have a rare public date and more

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s relationship remains contentious even after last month’s high-priced divorce settlement. Heard’s legal team is fuming that the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star sent checks directly to the two charities his estranged wife pledged to donate all $7 million from their settlement to – as doing so allows him to collect a considerable tax deduction. "If Johnny wishes to change the settlement agreement, we must insist that he honor the full amount by donating $14M to charity, which after accounting for his tax deduction, is equal to his $7M payment obligat...

Jon Krasinski says he feels more sexual since bulking up for '13 Hours,' plus more news

The first edition of the Playoff at the end of the 2014 season was an exhilarating finish for almost all. 

"He's not injured." That was Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' status report on Tony Romo, who gave the team a scare when he had to leave Thursday's exhibition...

Popular catcher A.J. Ellis got traded to the Phillies on Thursday.

To say that the relationship between Brandon Marshall and Ryan Fitzpatrick as New York Jets teammates got off to an inauspicious start would be an understatement. 

Andrew Luck will be back under center for the Indianapolis Colts following an injury-shortened season, and he will still have a flip phone by his side.

Hey, the Las Vegas NHL team might have decided on a name. As first pointed out by, domain names related to the "Las Vegas Desert Knights"...

Conor McGregor's coach John Kavanagh wants his client to next fight Eddie Alvarez for the lightweight title, he tweeted on Thursday. 

<p>Rangers relief pitcher Jeremy Jeffress was arrested early Friday in Dallas County, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported, citing jail records and an unidentified source who says the arrest was for DWI.</p>

A South Korean court has issued a suspended two-year prison term to a baseball player for match-fixing.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will play in the team's preseason road game against the Carolina Panthers on Friday, reports;

Carmelo Anthony’s fridge must have been pretty empty after getting back from Rio, so he was forced to go out Thursday night for a snack.&nbsp;

Minor league baseball games have been delayed or canceled by weird mishaps before, such as a rabbit on the loose, a broken sewage pipe behind home plate and a large circus tent causing distractions.

<p>Brazilian authorities on Thursday charged Ryan Lochte with filing a false police report and have summoned the 32-year-old Olympic gold medalist back to Brazil. </p>

Local Wisconsin News

The $4.5 million promised to Milwaukee can help thousands, but is also one-third of 1% of city spending.

Hundreds of mourners, some dressed in red shirts featuring a photo of 23-year-old Sylville Smith, filed into Christian Faith Fellowship Church Friday morning for the visitation for the man fatally shot by a Milwaukee police officer in the Sherman Park neighborhood.

House Speaker Paul Ryan says an oil tax proposed by President Barack Obama would add 24 cents to the price of a gallon of gasoline.

A new residence hall for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater that has been held up in Madison for years is back on track, the university has learned.

The funeral for Sylville Smith, 23, whose fatal shooting by a Milwaukee police officer sparked violent unrest earlier this month, takes place Friday. The Rev. Jesse Jackson is scheduled to speak.

A 2-year-old boy was found dead around 7:35 p.m. Thursday in his home on the 4600 block of N. 13th St., police said

In wake of Sherman Park violence, Gov. Scott Walker is sending at least $4.5 million more to Milwaukee.

A 16-year-old passenger died, five others fled

Ed Kastelic started his route at age 10 and kept on delivering until he was 87.

Reporters Dan Bice and Mary Spicuzza talk about Frank P. Crivello, a former major developer in Milwaukee who has donated a great deal to local candidates recently.

Reporter Mary Spicuzza talks about a Milwaukee strip club owner who was indicted, and if his indictment will affect his business license in Milwaukee.

Dan Bice and Mary Spicuzza discuss a crime and public safety plan for Milwaukee that was released after a summer of special meetings, and what effects it will lead to in the future.

A Wisconsin native who dedicated her life to helping poor people in rural Mississippi was one of two nuns reportedly found stabbed to death Thursday in their home in Holmes County.

For-profit college can't enroll new students in Wisconsin

Layton Avenue Baptist Church, dedicated to ethnic mission work, is receiving help in constructing a new church.