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Ten Atlanta educators convicted for test cheating get 2 to 7 years jail time

Ten of 11 Atlanta Public School directors, principals, teachers, test coordinators and an assistant principal were sentenced to 2 up to 7 years jail t...
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Clinton announces second presidential bid

Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton on Sunday announced in a video that she is running again for president to champion everyday Americans.
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Madison man charged with attempt to join ISIS

A Madison man was charged Thursday with attempting to support a foreign terrorist organization, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), according ...
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Secret Service supervisor suspended for alleged sexual assault

A Secret Service supervisor was suspended for allegedly making sexual advances to a female subordinate, the agency said on Wednesday.
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Real estate heir Robert Durst pleads not guilty to gun, drug possession charges

New York real estate heir Robert Durst pleaded not guilty to charges of illegal possession of a gun in Orleans Parish criminal court Thursday.
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Texas judge refuses to lift hold order on immigration amnesty

A federal judge in Texas on Tuesday refused to lift a restraining order on executive orders granting amnesty to illegal immigrants prompting governmen...
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Rahm Emanuel reelected mayor of Chicago

Mayor Rahm Emanuel greeted voters at the 95th Street CTA Red Line station on Wednesday after winning a second term over challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia...
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Sen. Rand Paul running for president

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) officially declared on Tuesday that he would run for president next year vowing to campaign in 50 states to win the GOP nominat...
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New Hampshire senator’s staffer quits after prostitution sting arrest

Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) on Saturday accepted the resignation of her top aide, who was arrested for allegedly trying to hire a prostitute.
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Connecticut, NY governors end ban on state-funded travel to Indiana

The democratic governors of Connecticut and New York declared the end of bans on state-funded travel to Indiana on Saturday after the Hoosier State re...