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Killing of 2 nuns leaves gaping hole in poor community
LEXINGTON, Miss. (AP) -- In the poverty-stricken Mississippi community where two nuns were slain, forgiveness for their killer is hard to find, even if forgiveness is what the victims would have wanted....
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FBI won't pursue hate crime charges in scalding water attack
ATLANTA (AP) -- The FBI has decided not to pursue hate crime charges against a Georgia man found guilty of throwing scalding water on a sleeping gay couple....
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Mom convicted of killing girl whose body was found in ravine
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- A woman who wrote on Facebook that "Mommy loves you, my angel" after her 3-year-old daughter was found dead in a ravine in a neighboring suburb was convicted Friday of killing her by a jury that deliberated for four days....
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Governor offers $4.5M for troubled Milwaukee neighborhood
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- State officials promised $4.5 million for job creation and other economic assistance for Milwaukee's north side on Friday, hours before nearly 2,000 people showed up for the funeral of a black man fatally shot by police....
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Public pool proposal makes waves on Connecticut "Gold Coast"
The latest plan to build the first public pool in the wealthy Connecticut town of Darien is making waves....
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The Latest: Big crowd for funeral of man killed in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Latest on the aftermath of the killing of a black man by Milwaukee police that sparked two nights of violence (all times local):...
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3 kids taken after mom's killing back in California
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Three young children kidnapped from the Los Angeles area after their mother was killed have been returned to California from New Mexico as investigators shift their focus to filling in the gaps in the case....
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Lawyers plan civil suit in '44 execution of black youth
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- Attorneys are investigating the possibility of filing a civil-rights lawsuit in the case of a black teenager electrocuted more than 70 years ago for the killings of two young white girls in a segregated South Carolina mill town....
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Kansas motel owner gets probation for trying to kill wife
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -- A Hindu man was sentenced to probation in Kansas for trying to kill his wife with a pocketknife after his attorney argued sending him to prison could cause the man's family to be ostracized as part of their culture....
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The Latest: Sister: Nun called to serve the underserved
DURANT, Miss. (AP) -- The Latest on the killing of two nuns in Mississippi (all times local):...
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5 years after Irene, missing teenager's family still hopes
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) -- Relatives of a teenager who walked out of his foster home on the eve of Tropical Storm Irene and hasn't been seen since hope the storm's fifth anniversary will prompt anyone who knows what might have happened to come forward and help solve the lingering mystery....
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Biden announces new funding for Amtrak Northeast Corridor
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) -- Federal officials say the government will make a $2.45 billion loan to Amtrak to buy new trains, upgrade tracks and make platform improvements on the Northeast corridor....
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Man convicted of lying to become citizen gets nearly 5 years
ATLANTA (AP) -- A judge on Friday sentenced a man to serve nearly five years in federal prison for lying on his citizenship application after prosecutors said he failed to disclose he was a guard at a detention camp during the Bosnian War....
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Feds ask for more time in ex-Virginia Gov. McDonnell's case
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Prosecutors and former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's attorneys want more time to figure out the next steps after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned his corruption conviction....
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Defense attorneys clash with prison over recorded meetings
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) -- Defense attorneys who represent inmates at a privately run federal prison in Kansas were livid after learning that their meetings with clients had been recorded on video, despite repeated assurances from the penitentiary that the conversations were private....
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