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Lawyer: Autopsy shows unarmed teen repeatedly shot

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — A pathologist hired by the family of an unarmed Missouri teenager fatally shot by police says a bullet wound to his arm may have happened when he put his hands up, "but we don't know."

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Despite Hackers, Chief Won’t ID Cop in Shooting

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — The police chief in the St. Louis suburb where an officer fatally shot an unarmed teenager says cyber-attacks on his city's website won't sway him into publicly releasing the officer's name.

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1996 Robin Williams stars in his new movie "Jack"
1996 Robin Williams stars in his new movie "Jack"
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Two Lives: Two Very Different Deaths

When celebrities end it all we often ask the question, “He or she had everything — why did they do it?” What exactly is everything?

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Supreme Court Hears Greenhouse Gas Emissions Case
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EPA Holds 2nd Day of Hearings in Denver on Rules to Cut Power-Plant Pollution

DENVER (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency is holding a second day of hearings in Denver on its new rules for cutting power-plant pollution.

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Stay of Execution For Border Bill in Senate

WASHINGTON (AP) — A bill to deal with the immigration crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border has won a temporary reprieve in the Senate.

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(Photo by Milos Luzanin Source: ThinkStock)
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What Exactly Is A Right?

The first ten amendments to the US Constitution are labeled the “Bill of Rights.” Are they really rights — or just suggestions?

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(Senator John Walsh Official Portrait 113th Congress)
(Senator John Walsh Official Portrait 113th Congress)
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What Is Plagiarism?

Separating fact and opinion, or theory, is a really big deal in publishing. As an author, I naturally want my work and my ideas protected.

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MURRIETA, CA - JULY 4:  Counter-demonstrators to protesters opposing arrivals of buses carrying largely women and children undocumented migrants for processing at the Murrieta Border Patrol Station clash with police on July 4, 2014 in Murrieta, California. Five people were arrested. Earlier this week, protesters turned away buses carrying about 140 immigrants in custody to the processing center. The immigrants are being flown from Texas where authorities are dealing with a with a crush of Central American children crossing the border to turned themselves in to border patrol agents. The influx is being fueled as people flee drug and violence problems in Central America with misinformation about immigration laws, and by drug cartels smuggling unaccompanied children of all ages across the border then leaving them on the U.S. side.  (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
MURRIETA, CA - JULY 4: Counter-demonstrators to protesters opposing arrivals of buses carrying largely women and children undocumented migrants for processing at the Murrieta Border Patrol Station clash with police on July 4, 2014 in Murrieta, California. Five people were arrested. Earlier this week, protesters turned away buses carrying about 140 immigrants in custody to the processing center. The immigrants are being flown from Texas where authorities are dealing with a with a crush of Central American children crossing the border to turned themselves in to border patrol agents. The influx is being fueled as people flee drug and violence problems in Central America with misinformation about immigration laws, and by drug cartels smuggling unaccompanied children of all ages across the border then leaving them on the U.S. side. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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Tom’s Opinion on Kiddie Immigration

Murder, corruption and drug cartels have made many parts of their countries uninhabitable. Who wouldn’t want a better life for their children?

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Polson Proposes Tripling Water, Sewer Rates

POLSON, Mont. (AP) — The Polson City Commission has proposed tripling the city's water and sewer rates to pay for a $19 million wastewater and sewage treatment plant needed to meet federal discharge regulations that take effect in 2018.

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Michigan Man Linked to Nazi Police Dies at 93

DETROIT (AP) — A man under a deportation order for serving in a Nazi-controlled police force during World War II has died in Michigan at age 93.

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