Royals’ Mike Moustakas has torn ACL, out for season

Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas has a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and will miss the rest of the season, manager Ned Yost said Thursday. Moustakas hasn’t played since Sunday, when he collided with outfielder Alex Gordon.

Clinton stumbles! Trump surges! Sanders still alive? God bless America

Americans are watching in horror as the increasingly putrid and pernicious race for president of the United States stumbles along. The two highly unlikable candidates who appear destined for the November ballot — Democrat Hillary Clinton with email server problems and Republican Donald Trump with his insult-of-the-day troubles — are finding new ways to alarm supporters and anger opponents.

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Tornado touches down on Kansas farmland 00:22

Tornado touches down on Kansas farmland

KC streetcar service suspended because of electrical problem 02:39

KC streetcar service suspended because of electrical problem

New report cites missteps that led to deaths of two Kansas City firefighters 02:15

New report cites missteps that led to deaths of two Kansas City firefighters

Scenes from the Sprint Accelerator demo day event 01:22

Scenes from the Sprint Accelerator demo day event

Flyover bridge demolition at I-35 and I-435 01:22

Flyover bridge demolition at I-35 and I-435

Seahawks' Russell Wilson recalls being forced out of NC State during graduation speech at University of Wisconsin 01:37

Seahawks' Russell Wilson recalls being forced out of NC State during graduation speech at University of Wisconsin

Stan Lee, serious for once, talks presidential politics 01:16

Stan Lee, serious for once, talks presidential politics

Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator 00:59

Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator

Internal report on Kansas City firefighters' deaths expected this week 02:14

Internal report on Kansas City firefighters' deaths expected this week

Crews cut massive bridge girders at the Johnson County Gateway interchange 00:26

Crews cut massive bridge girders at the Johnson County Gateway interchange

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Missouri dancer, 15, a cancer survivor with a backward leg, inspires millions worldwide

Bone cancer at age 9 led Gabi Shull of Warrensburg to have rare rotationplasty surgery, turning her leg backward

There have been 27 million views of a video of Gabi dancing en pointe with a prosthetic

“A lot of people tell me I’m an inspiration. … I don’t see it yet”

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Ardrey Kell senior's water bottle flip goes viral 00:31

Ardrey Kell senior's water bottle flip goes viral

Alaska police officer and good Samaritans rescue man from his burning car 03:16

Alaska police officer and good Samaritans rescue man from his burning car

Seahawks' Russell Wilson recalls being forced out of NC State during graduation speech at University of Wisconsin 01:37

Seahawks' Russell Wilson recalls being forced out of NC State during graduation speech at University of Wisconsin

Woman finds 250-pound alligator swimming in her pool 09:09

Woman finds 250-pound alligator swimming in her pool

Mom arrested for allowing son to drive golf cart at Bald Head 01:05

Mom arrested for allowing son to drive golf cart at Bald Head

"Redneck rescue" from floodwaters in Millsap 00:31

"Redneck rescue" from floodwaters in Millsap

How would marijuana legalization work in California? 01:08

How would marijuana legalization work in California?

Dramatic helicopter crash in Hawaii captured by eyewitness 00:12

Dramatic helicopter crash in Hawaii captured by eyewitness

Dance helps D'Iberville boy overcome ADHD 02:17

Dance helps D'Iberville boy overcome ADHD

Researcher takes close look at Zika-carrying mosquito 02:16

Researcher takes close look at Zika-carrying mosquito

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Americans agree, it's time for Obama to visit Hiroshima

President Barack Obama is the first sitting U.S. president to visit the Hiroshima nuclear disaster site since then-President Harry S. Truman ordered the first nuclear bomb to be dropped in August, 1945. From the Truman Library to the museum that's home to the Enola Gay, Americans alike see Obama's visit as the right step forward in U.S.-Japan relations.
Monty Davis, The Kansas City Star; and Ali Rizvi, McClatchy
Americans agree, it's time for Obama to visit Hiroshima 02:27

Americans agree, it's time for Obama to visit Hiroshima

Tornado damage north of Abilene 00:23

Tornado damage north of Abilene

6-month-old girl becomes youngest water skier in the world 02:03

6-month-old girl becomes youngest water skier in the world

Artist creates Royals Mural featuring Alex Gordon 02:03

Artist creates Royals Mural featuring Alex Gordon