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Corinthian students face difficult choices after shut down
INDUSTRY, Calif. (AP) -- Students lining up at now-closed Corinthian Colleges are being told that if their credits are transferred to another school they won't qualify to have their loans discharged....
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Univ. of Florida frat closed over veteran-abuse accusations
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The University of Florida closed a fraternity Tuesday after allegations that its members hurled drunken insults and spat at a group of disabled military veterans at a Panama City Beach resort....
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Wife: Sailor died trying to save others; 3 boaters missing
DAUPHIN ISLAND, Ala. (AP) -- With the sailboat leaning precariously during a fierce storm in Mobile Bay, Kris Beall climbed over the side trying to right the craft and wanted to save others, his wife said Tuesday....
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A look at families' reactions to police-related deaths
Families who lost loved ones following interactions with police have often done some of their grieving in public and called for peaceful protests of law enforcement activity in black communities. Here's a closer look at how some relatives reacted in notable cases involving black and biracial men and boys....
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Judge set to announce Hamptons rape case verdict Wednesday
RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (AP) -- A New York judge will announce her verdict Wednesday in the case of a former New York City investment banker charged with raping an Irish tourist he met at a Hamptons nightclub....
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Latest on police-custody death: Police guard shuttered mall
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Source: Los Angeles supervisors to vote on civil rights deal
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- An official says Los Angeles County supervisors are set to vote on a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department in a case alleging unconstitutional stops, searches, seizures and excessive force by deputies against blacks and Hispanics....
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Detroit boy found in basement says his home was 'terrible'
DETROIT (AP) -- A Detroit boy found in his basement after a highly publicized 11-day search says his home was a "terrible place" where he was beaten with a plastic pipe....
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US attorney to monitor probe of fatal shooting by ICE agent
DETROIT (AP) -- U.S. authorities will monitor a Detroit police investigation into the fatal shooting of a man by an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent who was part of a team seeking him on a warrant, the U.S. attorney in Detroit said Tuesday....
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Orphaned polar bear to move from New York to St. Louis Zoo
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A polar bear who gained international fame when orphaned two years ago is coming to the St. Louis Zoo....
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Baltimore on edge: National Guardsmen take up positions
BALTIMORE (AP) -- National Guardsmen took up positions across the city and hundreds of volunteers swept broken glass and other debris from the streets Tuesday, the morning after riots erupted following the funeral of a black man who died in police custody....
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Survivors of Colorado theater shooting begin testifying
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) -- Katie Medley was nine months pregnant, so she picked a seat near the exit door, just in case she went into labor when her husband and a friend took her to see the premiere of a Batman film nearly three years ago....
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Nurse dies in fall from hoist on Texas medical helicopter
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- A nurse died after falling from a hoist on a medical helicopter while rescuing a woman from a hiking trail in Austin, emergency personnel said Tuesday....
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Chicago transit agency blamed for airport train derailment
CHICAGO (AP) -- Chicago's transit agency shares in the blame for an accident last year in which a driver fell asleep and crashed a commuter train into a platform and up an escalator at O'Hare airport, federal investigators concluded Tuesday. And they warned that, without changes, a similar accident could happen elsewhere....
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Testimony in marathon bomber's trial turns to sister-in-law
BOSTON (AP) -- Testimony in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev zeroed in Tuesday on his late brother's wife, revealing searches done on her computer on the rewards of dying as a martyr's spouse and raising questions about what she knew before the 2013 attacks....
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