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Rally held after Santa Clara County jail inmate's death
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- About 50 people marched Friday in protest at Santa Clara County Main Jail to demand inmates be protected from abuse at the hands of the guards....
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Police testify for colleague accused of excessive force
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) -- Several colleagues of an Alabama police officer recorded slamming an Indian grandfather to the ground testified about the officer's training record Friday and said the move he used to take the man down was not taught by department officials....
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College initiative aims to keep oil workers in North Dakota
FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- Newly hired North Dakota University System Chancellor Mark Hagerott was touring the state's booming oil patch when the Rhodes scholar met a rig worker with only a high school diploma. Hagerott, a cybersecurity expert, said he soon found himself talking shop with an intellectual equal....
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Suspicious, early morning fire damages Planned Parenthood
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) -- A pre-dawn fire heavily damaged a Planned Parenthood clinic early Friday in Washington state, and the Inland Northwest Joint Terrorism Task Force is trying to determine whether it was arson....
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Massive rock threatening to crash into base of Arizona dam
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) -- A massive piece of rock is at risk of crashing down from a canyon wall to the base of an Arizona dam, prompting the government to send in a crew of rappelers to keep the slab in place....
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Report: Massachusetts agency failed to save boy now in coma
BOSTON (AP) -- The Department of Children and Families failed to protect a 7-year-old boy who police say was beaten and starved by his father and who is now in a coma, according to a report released Friday....
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AP PHOTOS: Haunting images of people fleeing their homelands
Wrenching images of a drowned Syrian boy focused the world's attention this week on the plight of people fleeing their homelands. But the crisis has been developing for years. Here are other indelible images taken by Associated Press photographers that you may have missed....
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Houston-area sheriff's deputy remembered during funeral
HOUSTON (AP) -- Thousands of law enforcement officers stood at attention to form a wall Friday outside one of Houston's largest churches as a 21-gun salute and flyover by police helicopters were carried out in honor of a slain sheriff's deputy....
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Parents arrested after abandoning baby on the roadside
GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) -- Authorities say a man and woman are being accused of leaving their 9-month-old baby on the side of the road during an argument....
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Judge: Injunction against water rule limited to 13 states
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- A federal judge in North Dakota said Friday that his injunction blocking a new Obama administration rule aimed at regulating some small waterways applies only to the 13 states that sued to block the rule, and not nationwide....
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Carter Lay, grandson of potato chip maker, dies at 44
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Carter Lay, a philanthropist who supported music education and was a grandson of the famed potato chip maker, has died....
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Convicted ex-Ravens cheerleader won't be charged in Maryland
TOWSON, Md. (AP) -- A former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader who was convicted of raping a 15-year-old boy in Delaware won't face similar charges in Maryland....
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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- Federal judge in North Dakota says injunction against Obama water rule limited to 13 states....
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Jailed clerk's attorney: Marriage licenses for gays are void
MOREHEAD, Ky. (AP) -- A jailed Kentucky clerk asserted that marriage licenses issued without her authority Friday to gay couples in Rowan County are void and "not worth the paper they are written on" because she didn't authorize them, her attorney said....
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US jobless rate falls to 7-year low; Fed move still unclear
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. unemployment fell to a seven-year low of 5.1 percent last month, but hiring slowed - a mixed bag of news that offers few clues to whether the Federal Reserve will raise rock-bottom interest rates later this month....
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