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A controversial and tireless advocate for the nation's capital who created jobs for generations of black families, Marion Barry was the ultimate District of Columbia politician, though his arrest for drug use in the midst of a crack cocaine epidemic often overshadows his accomplishments.
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Buffalo residents urged to prepare for flooding

The Associated Press  |  posted 58 minutes ago
Buffalo is making significant progress clearing streets still clogged from an epic storm left more than 7 feet of snow even as a flooding threat looms, the city's mayor said Sunday.
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Ferguson tense ahead of grand jury decision

John O'Connor, Jim Salter, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:51am
Crews erected barricades around the building where a grand jury has been considering whether to indict the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, even as a grand jury decision seemed unlikely this weekend.
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Man ID'd who lit house on fire, ambushed officers

Gary Fineout, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:10am
Officials have identified the man who was fatally shot after he set fire to his house and then waited for authorities so he could ambush them.
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Relatives question honor for civil rights workers

Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 10:52am
Three civil rights workers who were killed by Ku Klux Klansmen in 1964 are going to be posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, but the honor makes some of their relatives uneasy.
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Puget Sound student earns Rhodes scholarship

The Associated Press  |  posted 14 minutes ago
A University of Puget Sound student has been selected for a prestigious Rhodes scholarship.
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Teen shot during private party on college campus

The Associated Press  |  posted 24 minutes ago
Annapolis Police say a 17-year-old girl was shot in the face in a field behind a boathouse on the campus of St. John's College.
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Thruway fully open after western NY snow cleared

The Associated Press  |  posted 44 minutes ago
Officials say the entire length of the New York State Thruway is open again following last week's snowstorm.
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Brother: Mental illness factor in deaths of family

Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press  |  posted 44 minutes ago
When relatives came into the home where five members of one Utah family were found dead in September, it looked like they'd been preparing for a long trip, leaving bowls out with extra food for their cats.
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Obama leaves Vegas after touting immigrant order

The Associated Press  |  posted 44 minutes ago
President Barack Obama has left Las Vegas after touting his executive order on immigration and playing golf with retired New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter and Tiger Woods' former instructor, Butch Harmon.
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Goats cleaning up university arboretum

The Associated Press  |  posted 54 minutes ago
Towson University wanted an environmentally safe, reasonably priced method to clean up the English ivy that has choked out native plants and trees in its arboretum.
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Former Idaho trooper reaches deal, pleads guilty

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:51am
A former Idaho state trooper faces up to five years in jail after he was convicted of a variety of charges, including stealing 15,000 rounds of ammunition from the state police.
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5 Californians win prestigious Rhodes scholarships

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:51am
Five Californians are among 32 U.S. winners of this year's Rhodes scholarships.
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Yale student from Philadelphia a Rhodes Scholar

Joe Mandak, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:51am
A Philadelphia man pursuing a degree in African American Studies and Political Science at Yale has been named one of 32 U.S. Rhodes Scholars.
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Pittsburgh library displaying art from inmates

Diana Nelson Jones-Gazette, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:41am
Last February, Mary Carey received a letter at her job in Braddock's Carnegie Library from a man serving a life sentence at the State Correctional Institution in LaBelle, Fayette County.
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Hunter dies after accidentally shooting himself

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:31am
Authorities say a New Jersey goose hunter who was out with his father died after he accidentally shot himself in the head and neck.
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Students from Missouri named as Rhodes Scholar

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:21am
A suburban St. Louis woman studying at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was named Sunday as one of 32 U.S. Rhodes Scholars.
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Mother who shot children dies from her injuries

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:21am
A New Jersey mother who authorities say shot all three of her children, killing two, before turning the gun on herself has died from her injuries.
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Obama defends moves on immigration

Darlene Superville, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:10am
President Barack Obama is shrugging off Republican criticism of his actions to lift the threat of deportation from millions of immigrants living illegally in the United States.
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Boy with fake gun dies after shot by Ohio officer

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:10am
A 12-year-old boy brandishing what turned out to be a replica gun died Sunday after he was shot by a Cleveland police officer responding to a 911 call about a person waving a gun in a park.
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Teacher raises money for diverse children's books

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 11:00am
A teacher at Casey Elementary School in Jackson has raised hundreds of dollars to buy children's books featuring diverse characters.
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Helena native Meloy receives Rhodes scholarship

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 10:50am
This year's list of 32 Rhodes scholars includes a man from Helena who has been interning in the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change.
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Report: college judicial boards work secretively

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 10:50am
Colleges across the country are using disciplinary boards that operate secretively to pass judgment on students accused of violent crimes, including rape and assault, and they often impose light punishments for serious crimes that are never reported to police.
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