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O.J. Simpson Granted Parole by Nevada Officials
O.J. Simpson, imprisoned nearly a decade ago for a bungled Las Vegas robbery, was granted parole Thursday.
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O.J. Simpson Has Been Granted Parole. What Happens Next?
Simpson won his bid Thursday for an early release from prison, but that doesn't mean he's walking out a free man.
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Salvador Dalí's Remains Exhumed for Paternity Test
The remains of the famed surrealist Spanish artist Salvador Dalí were exhumed on Thursday night because of a woman who believes he is her father.
New Drug Lights Brain Tumors, May Prolong Survival
Shamard Charles, M.D.
The new FDA approved drug, Gleolin, "a game changer" according to experts, is helping surgeons to better visualize tumors making complete removal much easier.
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ACLU Sues Federal Government for Religious Liberty Documents
Mary Emily O'Hara
The ACLU sued four federal agencies demanding the release of documents regarding religious liberty exemptions to nondiscrimination laws.
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Exxon Fined $2M for Tillerson-Era Breach of Russia Sanctions
Exxon Mobil Corp. showed "reckless disregard" for U.S. sanctions on Russia while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was the oil giant's CEO.
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Smishing: The Cyber Scam Targeting You Through Texts
Jo Ling Kent
Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting victims through SMS text message scams known as "smishing."
Audi Facing Backlash for Ad that Compares Cars to Brides
Paul A. Eisenstein
Audi is facing a global backlash over a television spot that suggested husbands-to-be give their prospective brides the same scrutiny they would a used car.
Two Dark Web Markets Dismantled, but Drug Dealers Thrive on Third
Listings for fentanyl and heroin are up on DreamMarket after the demise of AlphaBay and Hansa.
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Senators Make Another Run at Passing Dream Act
Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and Dick Durbin, D-Ill., call on Donald Trump to unite Republicans behind Dream Act.
New York to D.C. in 29 Minutes? Elon Musk Says He Just Got Approval.
Not so fast, Elon Musk.
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WATCH: O.J. Simpson's Parole Board Received Hundreds of Letters
O.J. Simpson's parole hearing in Nevada on Wednesday drew nationwide attention.
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Girl Says Her Mom Asked for Forgiveness Before Stabbing Her
Diana Romero, 9, said her mother told her she loved her and asked for forgiveness before cutting her.
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Sessions Says No Plans to Resign After Trump Comments
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he plans to continue as the nation's top law enforcement officer one day after Trump said he regrets having appointed him.
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Chester Bennington, Linkin Park Frontman, Dead at 41
The Los Angeles County Coroner's Office said Chester Bennington, 41, apparently committed suicide.
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Bag of Apollo 11 Moon Dust Sells for $1.8 Million
Amanda ProenÃ§a Santos
Despite NASA's protests, a federal district judge ruled that some equipment used in the Apollo 11 mission can be owned by private citizens.
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Burundi Robotics Team Missing After DC Competition
Several teen Burundi robotics team members are missing after an international competition in D.C. Two were spotted leaving the U.S. and entering Canada.
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Kermit Puppeteer Denies He Was Difficult to Work With
Kermit actor Steve Whitmire was fired for "unacceptable behavior," but the actor says he was fired for trying to stay true to Jim Henson's vision.
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Asia's Youngest Nation Offers Glimmer of Hope for LGBTQ Rights
Advocates say East Timor's first pride parade was a milestone for the nation and a beacon of hope for a region where LGBTQ rights are under increasing attack.
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Notre Dame Player Forced to Take Year Off Due to Concussions
Notre Dame defensive tackle Daniel Cage intends to take a medical red shirt this season as he battles through a series of concussions.
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