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Cyntoia Brown Is Granted Clemency After 15 Years in Prison

Cyntoia Brown Is Granted Clemency After 15 Years in Prison

Cyntoia Brown, a sex trafficking victim who was serving a life sentence for killing a man when she was 16, during her clemency hearing in Nashville last year. She was granted clemency on Monday and will be released to supervised parole in August.

4 shot dead in South Carolina homes, incl. gunman

4 shot dead in South Carolina homes, incl. gunman

Four people have been found shot to death at two neighboring homes in South Carolina and investigators believe the gunman is among the dead.

Bail set at $13M for Texas bank standoff suspects

Bail set at $13M for Texas bank standoff suspects

Police say two men accused of trying to rob a suburban Houston bank and taking several people hostage face multiple charges and are jailed with bail set at $13 million each.

A Partial Win for Prosecutors Who Targeted Fraternity After Student’s Death

A Partial Win for Prosecutors Who Targeted Fraternity After Student’s Death

Chun Hsien Deng, an 18-year-old freshman at Baruch College who went by Michael, was fatally injured in 2013 during a hazing ritual performed by members of the Pi Delta Psi at this home in the Poconos in Pennsylvania.

Moment of silence back in effect in Ill. schools

Moment of silence back in effect in Ill. schools

An Illinois law requiring a daily moment of silence in public schools is back in effect after a two-year hiatus.

Critics Say Questions About Citizenship Could Wreck Chances for an Accurate Census

Critics Say Questions About Citizenship Could Wreck Chances for an Accurate Census

A naturalization ceremony in Tampa, Fla., last month. The government has sought to count everyone living in the United States, legally and otherwise, since the first census in 1790.


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