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Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision' 2:05

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision'

Chiefs' Eric Berry encourages teammates before they face Chargers 1:22

Chiefs' Eric Berry encourages teammates before they face Chargers

Tyreek Hill's NASCAR touchdown celebration captured in photos 0:06

Tyreek Hill's NASCAR touchdown celebration captured in photos

Squatter sets fire to vacant Crossroads building 1:20

Squatter sets fire to vacant Crossroads building

Brittany Walker and her relatives detail the allegations of sex assault by STL officer 2:28

Brittany Walker and her relatives detail the allegations of sex assault by STL officer

KU's Self explains ‘optimism’ Billy Preston will be cleared to play 1:20

KU's Self explains ‘optimism’ Billy Preston will be cleared to play

'How in the world do you gentrify cornbread?' 2:00

'How in the world do you gentrify cornbread?'

Chiefs cornerback Darrelle Revis on whether he expects to be targeted by the Jets on Sunday 2:13

Chiefs cornerback Darrelle Revis on whether he expects to be targeted by the Jets on Sunday

Game plan with Terez Paylor: Chargers at Chiefs, Saturday night edition 2:49

Game plan with Terez Paylor: Chargers at Chiefs, Saturday night edition

Washington State coach Mike Leach talks about his favorite mascots 1:58

Washington State coach Mike Leach talks about his favorite mascots

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

The Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to undo 2015 Obama-era “net neutrality” rules that guaranteed equal access to internet on Thursday.
FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations 0:17

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

Watch: Could this be America's roughest street? A Kansas town lays claim to one heck of a bump 2:19

Watch: Could this be America's roughest street? A Kansas town lays claim to one heck of a bump

It's time to stop making the donuts. John's Space Age Donuts calling it quits after 50 years 1:31

It's time to stop making the donuts. John's Space Age Donuts calling it quits after 50 years

The history of sexual harassment in America 4:34

The history of sexual harassment in America

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Sweet potato pie: 'They put cheese in this? Absolutely not' 1:00

Sweet potato pie: 'They put cheese in this? Absolutely not'

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations 0:17

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision' 2:05

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision'

Chiefs' Eric Berry encourages teammates before they face Chargers 1:22

Chiefs' Eric Berry encourages teammates before they face Chargers

Tyreek Hill's NASCAR touchdown celebration captured in photos 0:06

Tyreek Hill's NASCAR touchdown celebration captured in photos

Squatter sets fire to vacant Crossroads building 1:20

Squatter sets fire to vacant Crossroads building

KU's Self explains ‘optimism’ Billy Preston will be cleared to play 1:20

KU's Self explains ‘optimism’ Billy Preston will be cleared to play

Brittany Walker and her relatives detail the allegations of sex assault by STL officer 2:28

Brittany Walker and her relatives detail the allegations of sex assault by STL officer

Chiefs cornerback Darrelle Revis on whether he expects to be targeted by the Jets on Sunday 2:13

Chiefs cornerback Darrelle Revis on whether he expects to be targeted by the Jets on Sunday

  • A young Mark Hamill talks 'Star Wars' at MidAmeriCon (1976)

    At the 1976 MidAmeriCon, “Star Wars” had an exhibit but the movie had not been released yet. So it and Mark Hamill were kind of off to the side of the main action.