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Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr. reports to Butner Federal Correctional Facility in North Carolina

Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr. reported to a federal correctional facility in Butner, North Carolina to begin to serve his sentence ...

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Colombian rebels release U.S. veteran

Colombian rebels release U.S. veteran ...

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From a Lemonade Stand to the F.U.L.L. Program

Ty Allan Jackson didn’t know his life was going to take a different turn when his son made $50 from a lemonade stand he opened one spring day. ...

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Honor student beaten, who had her teeth knocked out by cops, still faces three to five years in prison

Gabby is an honor student who was brutally beaten by Bloomington, IL police officers back in June. ...

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Gangsta genius – Nine year old boy is world’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professional

Jomiloju Tunde-Oladipo has joined the elite group of Microsoft Certified Professionals. This feat has put Nigeria on the information communication technology map because Jomiloju is only nine years old ...

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Italian gymnastics team member makes ugly racist remarks about Black gymnast at World Championships

Italian gymnastics team member makes ugly racist remarks about Black gymnast at World Championships ...

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Teen arrested and connection with murdering his 71-year-old great-grandmother Jacqueline Bell

A young troubled Missouri boy and his cousin were arrested in the connection to the murder of their 71-year-old grandmother who was found dead in her Portland-area home Saturday morning. ...

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Nissan accused of violating international labor laws

Nissan North America has violated international labor laws in a decade-long campaign against unions that civil rights activists have called “systematic and unrelenting,” according to a new report. ...

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Sagging pants banned in some Texas restaurants

Sagging pants banned in some Texas restaurants ...

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U.S. increases unneeded surveillance of citizens

The government’s surveillance powers have grown under the Obama administration, even as experts warn that the current approach to data collection clogs the system making it harder to find the real terrorists. ...

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