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Penn State trustees group challenges 2012 Sandusky report

A small group of Penn State board members that includes longtime defenders of famed football coach Joe Paterno is challenging as unreliable a 2012 university-commissioned investigation of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

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Hundreds of Teach for America alumni are slamming the educator placement program for suggesting members should cross the picket line during a potential teacher strike in Oakland, California, or risk losing thousands of dollars at the end of their service.More than 300 alumni signed the letter...

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Bill Cosby is having an ‘amazing experience’ as a prison inmate

Bill Cosby's spokesman said the actor prefers that his wife and other family members don't visit him in prison.

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Teen Who Fatally Shot Dad in Front of 2-Year-Old Daughter Gets 35 Years in Prison

With his wife recovering from the C-section delivery five weeks earlier of their newborn, Gerard Grandzol took the couple’s 2-year-old daughter and the family dog to Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park on Sept. 7, 2017, where they tossed a Frisbee. Returning home to his tree-lined street around 8...

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Union leaders warn Green New Deal may lead to poverty: 'Members are worried about putting food on the table'

Labor Unions are voicing skepticism that the "Green New Deal" proposed by Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is workable in practice, signaling that the progressive proposal may be in for even more turbulence following a rocky rollout last week.

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Murders or accidental deaths? Cold Justice investigates multiple mysterious cases in season 6 premiere

Kelly Siegler has a killer record. Or rather, a great record for finding killers. Six years ago, the former Harris County, Texas, prosecutor left the courtroom — where she tried and won more than five dozen murder cases — and hit the road, traveling the country to help local law enforcement...

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STAFF REPORT Two Amsterdam women were arrested Tuesday following a month-long investigation into sales of crack cocaine and heroin from their Schuyler Street apartment, according to police reports. Around 5:20 a.m. Tuesday, Amsterdam police and New York State Police Community Narcotics Enforcement...

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Senate Intel panel chair rips Michael Cohen for asking to postpone hearing

The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee told reporters Tuesday that members have lost patience with Michael Cohen after he asked to postpone his scheduled appearance due to illness.

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Jennifer Lopez Reportedly Threw A Tantrum Backstage Ahead Of Her Controversial Grammys Performance

Jennifer Lopez reportedly suffered a major meltdown at this year’s Grammys. The singer, who is usually easygoing, allegedly acted like a diva to staff members and was one of the worst people to work with at the awards ceremony. “Jennifer […]

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VICTORVILLE — Dr. Rita Ramirez once dreamed of being a civil engineer.“It was the wrong time, wrong gender, if you know what I’m saying,” Ramirez said, a tacit nod toward how things have changed since she was a young woman attending college.And while the retired college...

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I’ve been forever baffled by directions. I had to take the same route home from elementary school every day or follow someone who knew a different way. When family members … Click to Continue »

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Bruce Charet and Tim Sabean turn Friars Club into Fight Club

We’re told that the members at the club cheered for their favored combatant when the battle began.

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Three of West Hollywood’s five City Council members on Tuesday called for Mayor John Duran to resign amid allegations that he sexually harassed fellow members of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles. In similar statements posted to their individual Facebook pages, Lindsey Horvath, Lauren...

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Trump says Ilhan Omar’s apology for tweets is ‘lame’ and she should resign

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Tuesday that freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar’s apology for suggesting that members of Congress support Israel because they are being paid to do so was “lame” and that she should resign. In a pair of tweets over the weekend, the Minnesota Democrat, who is one...

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Trump calls Rep. Omar apology 'lame,' says she should resign

Freshman Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar has apologized for tweets suggesting that members of Congress support Israel because they are being paid to do so. But President Donald Trump on Tuesday called her apology "lame" and said she should resign from Congress or at least not be allowed to serve on...

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At Summit Christian Academy, six high school students, who call various different countries home, draw together for a common love: dance. Together, they create a community as members of the … Click to Continue »

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City Council members have sponsored five gun-restriction bills since the shooting at Tree of Life. But lawmakers from the site of the deadliest attack on Jews in the history of the United States are facing obstacles that may prove insurmountable.

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WASHINGTON (AP) " Freshman Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar has apologized for tweets suggesting that members of Congress support Israel because they are being paid to do so. But President Donald Trump on Tuesday called her apology "lame" and said she should resign from Congress or at least not be allowed...

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Trump calls Rep. Omar apology about Israel remark 'lame'

A powerful House chairman is warning members of his panel that anti-Semitism will not be tolerated after a freshman member sparked a bipartisan backlash to a tweet criticizing an American organization that supports Israel.

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PARIS (AP) " At least five French journalists have been suspended from their jobs for allegedly harassing people online with sexist, homophobic and racist insults that were coordinated through a private Facebook group.France's Liberation newspaper and cultural magazine Les Inrockuptibles said this...

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