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Clinton ready to break one glass ceiling

As the presumptive Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton is acknowledging her distinction as the first woman to top the presidential ticket of a major party.

FILE - This Aug. 9, 2012 file photo shows United States goalkeeper Hope Solo celebrating with teammates after winning the gold medal match against Japan at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

NBCSN to air 330 hours of events during Rio Olympics

NBC Sports Network’s lineup will feature extensive coverage of men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s soccer — including the U.S. men’s basketball and women’s soccer teams.

Hostess Recall

Hostess recalls 710K cases of snack foods

The products were made using a flour that has now also been recalled and, as a result, these products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue.

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Judge considers suit over who pays for regional jail inmates

One of the main questions is whether people charged by Toledo police under state law then become the responsibility of the Lucas County sheriff and should have the county paying for their jail stays while their cases are pending.

FILE - In this April 13, 2016, file photo, Eddie Johnson, left, speaks after being sworn in as the new Chicago police superintendent in Chicago. Violent crimes ranging from homicides to rapes to robberies have been on the rise in many major U.S. cities so far this year. But experts can't point to a single reason why and the jump isn't enough to suggest there's a trend. Law enforcement officials are seeking a way to combat the problem. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)

US cities see unexplained rise in violent crimes this year

Violent crimes — from homicides and rapes to robberies — have been on the rise in many major U.S. cities, yet experts can’t point to a single reason why and the jump isn’t enough to suggest there’s a trend.

A motorist passes through a low-water crossing near New Braunfels, Texas, Thursday, June 2, 2016. About half of Texas is under flood watches or warnings, including Fort Bend County, southwest of Houston, where about 1,400 homes have been affected by the swollen Brazos River. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Fort Hood officials were closing roads as truck overturned

Fort Hood commanders were in the process of closing roads on the Army post in Central Texas when a truck carrying 12 soldiers overturned in a flooded creek, killing five and leaving four missing, officials said Friday.