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Man Sentenced To 10 Years For Attempting To Hire Hit Man To Kill Black Neighbor
Ten years is the maximum sentence for the offense.
Maggots, Mice Fall Through Roof Into California Prison Dining Hall
By Don Thompson, AP
Mice twice fell onto the dining table and scurried into a dishwashing area in April 2018 at the California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison.
Country Star Brad Paisley Breaks Ground On Free Grocery Shop In Nashville
By Kristin M. Hall, AP
The store will operate like a real grocery store so that people can go shopping through the aisles, but no money will change hands.
Powerball Jackpot Now $750 Million After No Winning Ticket Drawn
The next drawing for what would be the fourth-largest jackpot in U.S. history is Wednesday.
Jordan Peele's 'Us' Takes Over Top Box Office Spot With $70.3 Million Debut
The film’s debut more than doubles what Peele’s “Get Out” hauled in during its opening two years ago.
Missing California Sisters Found Alive After Spending 2 Nights Alone In Woods
By Amanda Lee Myers, AP
Leia and Caroline Carrico were found “safe and sound” on Sunday morning, Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal said.
I'm A Dentist. We Have To Talk About Flossing.
Dentist. Special Needs Advocate. CrossFit Enthusiast.
Let's be clear about one thing. No study, and certainly no dentist, would ever claim or even imply that flossing is harmful. You would be hard-pressed to find a study that concludes a person's health is improved by eliminating flossing from her oral health routine.
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The Inside Story Of How 4 Courageous Reporters Freed More Than 2,000 Slaves
And won a Pulitzer for The Associated Press in the process.
Associated Press Partners With AMD For VR News
Tech news and digital culture from the West Coast.
"Our number one focus is to figure out how to tell stories in VR," said Cheung. By Noah J. Nelson (@noahjnelson) But to get
Media Companies Seek Access To Bridge Lane Closure Case List
The Associated Press and eight other organizations filed in federal court in Newark.
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Belarusian Journalist Convicted Of 'Illegal' Reporting
Larisa Shchiryakova was found guilty of "illegal dissemination of media products" by a Belarusian court.
Gaza Journalist Says He Was Tortured In Hamas Jail
By FARES AKRAM, AP
After nine days in jail, Ayman al-Aloul says he won't be writing about politics anymore.
Spike Jonze Gives Peek At New Viceland Channel
By DAVID BAUDER, AP
Although Viceland will acquire some documentaries and movies, the heart of the channel will be unscripted series that are passion projects for individual filmmakers.
A Look At Netflix's Documentary 'Making of a Murderer'
By Greg Moore and Carrie Antlfinger, AP
The rush of attention to the case has left many wondering: How did we get here? And what's next?
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Burundi Implicates Respected Journalist In Failed Coup
Carina Tertsakian, who researches Burundi for Human Rights Watch, said Kaburahe is a respected journalist and the allegations against him are "absurd."
Is Kenya at 50 Teetering on Failed Statehood?
Author, Blogger, Manufacturing Executive
At the risk of stating the obvious, there is a strong relationship between peace and stability on the one hand and strong/effective governance on the other.
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Decades Of Hosts Return For 'GMA' Anniversary
By Frazier Moore, AP
A long line of former news anchors, weather forecasters and medical reporters all joined in the party, sitting in director's chairs on the set.
Preparing Students for College, Careers of Today
Chief Executive Officer, National Math and Science Initiative
Our communities depend on the quality of educational opportunities to thrive. Yet far too many students in our country never make it to college or arrive on college campuses ill-prepared for the academic rigors of post-secondary course work.
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Here Are A Few Things We Can Call Climate Change Deniers, Since AP Wants A New Term
The Associated Press says it's getting rid of the term and will use "doubters" instead. Huh?
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