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People on the U.S. territory of Guam find their home caught between North Korea and President Trump's escalating rhetoric. But it's not just talk if you're the Americans being targeted, say residents.

The home of the Chicago Cubs is also home to one of two manually-operated scoreboards. Within the 80-year-old scoreboard, a different game of running and shouting has kept the spectator sport in play.

Nineteen people were reportedly injured in the crash. Earlier Saturday, the Virginia governor declared a state of emergency after white nationalists and counterprotesters clashed at a rally.

President Trump announced Thursday that his administration plans to declare a national emergency to deal with the opioid epidemic. Six states have already taken this step.

The president has already called the opioid crisis an emergency. If he makes it official through a formal declaration, more money and personnel could be available to deal with the epidemic.

Andreas Schleicher created PISA, an exam that compares the knowledge of 15-year-olds from around the world. He says the test can help us understand why some countries perform better than others.

The hospices who discharge the most patients before their death also make the most money, a recent study shows.

About half of Harvey Mudd College computer science graduates are women, up sharply in the past decade. It and other schools found success by adjusting their curriculums and making other changes.

The "DNA Discussion Project" brings students, staff and faculty at West Chester University together to learn about their genetic heritage. For some people, the revelations are hard to digest.

Politico's Philip Shenon says Oliver Stone's 1991 film JFK led to a law stating all documents about the Kennedy assassination must be released by October 2017. Three hundred new pages just came out.

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