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NFL players to take on criminal justice issues at Harvard

NFL players are joining attorneys, professors and others at Harvard Law School for a summit on criminal justice issues.

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Notable firings and resignations from Trump's White House

Notable firings and resignations from President Donald Trump's White House since he took office on Jan. 20, 2017.

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Woman charged with welfare fraud collected $100G in food stamps, Medicaid, authorities say

A Connecticut woman has been charged Wednesday with welfare fraud for obtaining more than $100,000 in welfare benefits to which she was not entitled to, reports said.

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Protest over fatal police shooting delays NBA game in Sacramento

Hundreds of protesters formed a human chain across the entrance to a sports arena in downtown Sacramento, Calif., on Thursday evening, in reaction to Sunday's fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man.


Karen McDougal, former Playboy model, describes alleged Trump affair

Former Playboy model Karen McDougal confirmed to CNN on Thursday that she did in fact have a sexual relationship with Donald Trump before he was president, going so far as to call it a “consensual, loving relationship.”

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Woman arrested after allegedly attacking husband for forgetting anniversary

Married couples everywhere will now be marking their calendars after a Florida woman was arrested for reportedly attacking her husband for forgetting their wedding anniversary, police say.


Loyola-Chicago rambles on to Elite Eight with win over Nevada

It’s official: Loyola-Chicago’s men’s basketball team has even exceeded Sister Jean’s expectations.


Steve Bannon: Trump likely 'going to war' against Mueller in Russia probe

Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist who made an unceremonious exit from the Trump administration last year, said his old boss will bring fire and fury before long to special counsel Robert Mueller.


EU recalls Moscow envoy after blaming Russia over spy attack

The European Union is recalling its ambassador from Moscow for consultations over the nerve gas attack against a former spy in Britain earlier this month, reinforcing a united stand with Prime Minister Theresa May against Russia.

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Las Vegas shooter’s final days before killing spree seen in creepy new video

Dozens of surveillance videos of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock wheeling around luggage stocked with weapons and ammunition were released by MGM Resorts Thursday amid continuing uncertainty about the motive of the attack.

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McMaster out, Bolton in as Trump's national security adviser

President Donald Trump is replacing national security adviser H.R. McMaster with the former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, injecting a hawkish foreign policy voice into his administration ahead of key decisions on Iran and North Korea.

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Fired officer who killed unarmed black man to get back pay

A white police officer fired after he fatally shot a black unarmed motorist will get about $344,000 in back pay and legal fees from the University of Cincinnati, the school said Thursday.

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Prosecutors: Uzbek native used codes to hide terror payment

U.S. prosecutors told a jury Thursday that a Philadelphia man frustrated by mistreatment of Muslims used codes and other deception to hide a $300 payment in support of a terrorist group, but defense attorneys said the native of Uzbekistan was only paying


'Big Bang Theory' star Jim Parsons opens up about being on set with Stephen Hawking

Jim Parsons cherished the opportunity to work with Stephen Hawking, but admitted he was a bit intimidated to meet the celebrated theoretical physicist.


Great Pacific Garbage Patch, floating 'island' of trash in ocean, is now twice the size of Texas

The Pacific Ocean is being treated like a giant dumpster -- and it's starting to look like one, too.

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The Latest: Woman says ex-Mormon missionary leader raped her

The Latest on a former Mormon missionary leader accused of sexual assault (all times local): 5:50 p.m.


Rights group: US, UK arms to Saudi coalition harm Yemenis

The flow of U.S. and U.K. arms to the Saudi-led coalition fighting Shiite rebels in Yemen has resulted in "enormous harm to Yemeni civilians" over the course of the conflict, an international rights watchdog said Friday as the stalemated war is about to e


John Bolton to replace H.R. McMaster as White House national security adviser, Trump says

President Trump announced Thursday that former United Nations Amb. John Bolton will replace Gen. H.R. McMaster as his National Security Adviser effective April 9 -- the latest in a growing list of White House staff shakeups over the past year.


John Bolton's placement as new national security adviser ignites reaction from lawmakers, politicians

President Trump announced Thursday that White House national security adviser H.R. McMaster would be replaced in April by former UN ambassador John Bolton.


Dad and newborn denied by airline are saved by Good Samaritan

A father and his daughter were left stranded at an airport hundreds of miles from home, until an Arizona woman stepped in to help.

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Tennessee public schools might be required to display 'In God We Trust' motto for all to see

Public schools in Tennessee could be required to display the motto “In God We Trust” after state legislators unanimously passed a bill that would mandate schools to place the saying in a prominent location.

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