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Bill under debate would limit farm antibiotics in Oregon
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- For decades, farmers have routinely fed antibiotics to livestock to fatten up the animals and protect them from illnesses amplified by confined conditions....
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UN chief appoints new Yemen special envoy
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- The U.N. chief has appointed a new special envoy to Yemen as pressure grows to return to talks in search of a political solution to the country's crisis....
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NYC's famed Carnegie Deli closed over gas line issue
NEW YORK (AP) -- New York's famous Carnegie Deli has been closed so utility workers can investigate a possible illegal gas hookup....
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Protests in Baltimore over man's death in police custody
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Protesters who've been holding demonstrations almost daily this week over the death of Freddie Gray are promising their biggest march yet a day after the Baltimore Police Department acknowledged that it failed to get him the medical attention he needed after his arrest....
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Liberty University at a glance
LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP) -- The late Rev. Jerry Falwell recognized the importance of accreditation, academics and athletics when he founded what is now Liberty University in 1971, his son Jerry says....
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As theater shooting trial opens, gun debate dwindles
DENVER (AP) -- When a gunman opened fire inside a packed movie theater in July 2012, killing 12 and injuring 70, it did more than spread fear and heartbreak across the Denver suburbs. It helped revive the national debate over gun control....
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Public boarding school _ the way to solve educational ills?
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Buffalo's chronically struggling school system is considering an idea gaining momentum in other cities: public boarding schools that put round-the-clock attention on students and away from such daunting problems as poverty, troubled homes and truancy....
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Each death in Baltimore makes mistrust harder to overcome
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Baltimore's mayor and police commissioner came in making big promises to the inner-city residents and police who spent decades staring each other down in neighborhoods ravaged by crack and heroin. But with each death of a black man in custody, their efforts to overcome mistrust have hit hard walls of skepticism and outrage....
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Marathon bomber trial casts focus on Boston Muslims
BOSTON (AP) -- Boston's Muslim community has been once again thrust into the spotlight as the death penalty trial of convicted marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev nears its conclusion amid rising concerns of terrorist recruitment in America....
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With legalization, lawyers turn to business of pot
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Lawyers and pot dealers have long intersected in criminal court, but as marijuana goes mainstream, attorneys have been working to keep sellers and growers legit....
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Chokehold case questions follow NY congressional candidate
NEW YORK (AP) -- Even if Dan Donovan prefers to talk about Iran, immigration or taxes, there's another topic the Republican congressional hopeful can't avoid: the death of Eric Garner at the hands of a police officer....
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Family looks to future after fugitive brother's return to US
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- For years, Beth Kelley posted the message to her brother on Facebook: "Happy Birthday Scott, wherever you are."...
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Another condemned Ala inmate claiming innocence
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- Anthony Ray Hinton, who spent 28 years on Alabama's death row for two murders despite his claims of innocence, walked free earlier this month after prosecutors admitted they couldn't prove his guilt....
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Man who shot himself outside courthouse during sex case dies
BRENTWOOD, N.H. (AP) -- Authorities say a New Hampshire man has died after shooting himself in the courthouse parking lot while awaiting a jury's verdict on charges he sexually assaulted a piano student more than a decade ago....
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2009 memo describes concerns about Oklahoma reserve deputy
TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Several members of an Oklahoma sheriff's department raised serious concerns years ago about the performance and training of a volunteer deputy now charged in the fatal shooting of a restrained suspect, according to a report released by lawyers for the dead man's family....
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