May, 17, 2019

An independent report finds Ohio State had knowledge of late doctor's sex abuse as early as 1979

An Independent Report Finds Ohio State Had Knowledge Of Late Doctor's Sex Abuse As Early As 1979

Ohio State University personnel were aware of complaints that a school doctor had sexually abused students as early as the late 1970s, but failed to adequately investigate the allegations, according to a new report released Friday.

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U.S. and Canada agree to eliminate steel and aluminum tariffs

U.S. And Canada Agree To Eliminate Steel And Aluminum Tariffs

The deal announced Friday afternoon removes a major source of friction between the two countries and a key obstacle to the ratification of the new NAFTA.

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Student's controversial yearbook quote on Jesus Christ prompts questions about quotes moving forward

Student's Controversial Yearbook Quote On Jesus Christ Prompts Questions About Quotes Moving Forward

Grovetown High School and Columbia County Board of Education officials are looking into how an eye brow-raising quote in a yearbook made it into the final product.

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'I never thought of myself as a criminal': Ex-Pittsburg cop confesses to murder in failed parole bid, says colleagues regularly broke law

'I Never Thought Of Myself As A Criminal': Ex-Pittsburg Cop Confesses To Murder In Failed Parole Bid, Says Colleagues Regularly Broke Law

Once-respected cop says he gunned down a Safeway manager during a botched robbery and kidnapping, making her crawl through a field as he shot at her.

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Dog rescues baby buried alive in field

Dog Rescues Baby Buried Alive In Field

A dog that lost the use of one of its legs digs out a baby buried alive in a field in Thailand.

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Cherokee Trail high school rugby player shot and killed last week during vape-related robbery, police say

Cherokee Trail High School Rugby Player Shot And Killed Last Week During Vape-related Robbery, Police Say

The 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office on Wednesday charged 17-year-old Kenneth Gallegos with first-degree murder and aggravated robbery in connection with, what police say, was a botch...

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It's Another Morning in America Where Trump Is Accusing People of 'TREASON!' on Twitter

It's Another Morning In America Where Trump Is Accusing People Of 'TREASON!' On Twitter

The president conveniently went ballistic with the "spying" stuff after we learned about the Flynn tape.

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Twitter Turns on Sen. Lindsey Graham: 'Traitorous Trump Lapdog'

Twitter Turns On Sen. Lindsey Graham: 'Traitorous Trump Lapdog'

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina has always been a staunch conservative, but he was once one of the few prominent Republicans w...

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How a cheap, brutally efficient grocery chain is upending America's supermarkets

How A Cheap, Brutally Efficient Grocery Chain Is Upending America's Supermarkets

Aldi, a discount grocery chain, is on an aggressive growth spurt in the United States, pressuring even Walmart on low food prices.

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Koalas declared 'functionally extinct' across Australia

Koalas Declared 'functionally Extinct' Across Australia

Activists say that the fluffy grey marsupial should be given the same respect enjoyed by the bald eagle in the US.

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A Major Coal Company Went Bust. Its Bankruptcy Filing Shows That It Was Funding Climate Change Denialism.

A Major Coal Company Went Bust. Its Bankruptcy Filing Shows That It Was Funding Climate Change Denialism.

Cloud Peak Energy gave contributions to leading think tanks that have attacked the link between the burning of fossil fuels and climate change.

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Air Force Academy major accused of raping a child under the age of 12

Air Force Academy Major Accused Of Raping A Child Under The Age Of 12

A major at the Air Force Academy faces a court martial for allegedly raping a child, the school announced Thursday.

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Appeals court rules Trump end of DACA was unlawful

Appeals Court Rules Trump End Of DACA Was Unlawful

A split federal appeals court on Friday ruled that President Trump's decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was unlawful because "it was not adequately explained."

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'Jihadi John' was droned by US after his walk, beard gave him away in Raqqa, new doc claims

'Jihadi John' Was Droned By US After His Walk, Beard Gave Him Away In Raqqa, New Doc Claims

British ISIS terrorist dubbed Jihadi John was killed by U.S. drone after his beard and the way he walked gave him away, a new documentary claims.

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Keyhole surgery repairs baby spine in womb

Keyhole Surgery Repairs Baby Spine In Womb

Doctors say the surgery could be the difference between some children learning to walk or not.

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Perspectives: Bernie Sanders: Banks have been ripping off Americans for too long. I have a plan to end it

Perspectives: Bernie Sanders: Banks Have Been Ripping Off Americans For Too Long. I Have A Plan To End It

When banks and payday lenders charge these unconscionably high interest rates, they are not engaged in the business of making credit available. They are involved in extortion -- squeezing working families that are already in financial distress down to the bone, writes Bernie Sanders, a United States senator from Vermont and a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination.

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MP death plot neo-Nazi jailed for life

MP Death Plot Neo-Nazi Jailed For Life

Jack Renshaw, who gave a Nazi salute as he was sentenced, will serve at least 20 years in prison.

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Democrats still don't want to impeach: It's time for the people to force their hand

Democrats Still Don't Want To Impeach: It's Time For The People To Force Their Hand

Nancy Pelosi still hopes to avoid impeachment. But standing by while Trump destroys democracy is not an option

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Trump Warned Us: A "desperate" President Would Attack Iran To Win Re-election

Over nearly a dozen tweets in 2011 and 2012, Trump predicted Obama might start a cynical war with Iran

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If Donald Trump wants to leave asylum seekers stranded in Florida, let's take them to his hotels, mayor says

If Donald Trump Wants To Leave Asylum Seekers Stranded In Florida, Let's Take Them To His Hotels, Mayor Says

"To bring hundreds of people here every week without providing the necessary resources to house and feed them is inhumane," Broward County Mayor Mark Bogen said.

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