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Federal Charge for Ex-Cop in Confrontation With Indian Man

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Former cop Eric Sloan Parker is charged with using unreasonable force.

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Giant Gator Is Back on Golf Course … With Breakfast

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A massive alligator — who caused an even bigger social media buzz — has once again been spotted at a Florida golf club.

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Fraternity Members Learned Racist Chant During Cruise, School Says

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The fraternity members who were recorded singing a racist chant on a bus learned the song during a leadership cruise held by Sigma Alpha Epsilon four years ago.

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Lonely No More: Iris the Chimp Finds Love at Sanctuary

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Iris, a 32-year-old chimp, was transferred from a zoo to a sanctuary with the help of a PETA member.

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Lonely No More: Iris the Chimp Finds Love at Sanctuary

Lawyer for Knox’s Ex-Boyfriend Makes Final Court Appeal

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Lawyer for Knox’s ex-boyfriend makes final bid to Italy top court to overturn guilty verdicts

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Why Dirt on the Mountains Means Trouble for California

March 27, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Scientists are scrambling to discover how much water is in the dwindling snowpack of California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains.

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Germanwings Co-Pilot Never Submitted Sick Note, Airline Says

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There are indications that the co-pilot of the Germanwings aircraft that crashed into the French Alps on Tuesday hid an illness from his employers, prosecutors said.

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Militants Kill at Least 7 in Somalia Hotel Attack

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Police surrounded the Hotel Maka Al Mukaram, but heavy gunfire from militants prevented them from mounting a rescue operation.

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U.S. Victim’s Dad After Jet Crash: ‘I Don’t Feel Anger’

March 27, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The father of an American victim of the Germanwings crash said Friday he is “really sad” for the parents of the pilot, Andreas Lubitz.

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Co-Pilot’s Sleepy Town Set Abuzz by Crash Revelations

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The street in the German town of Montabaur where Andreas Lubitz grew up was a hive of media activity after the revelation he likely caused the crash.

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