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FILE - In this June 20, 2018, file photo, U.S. Attorney Trent Shores speaks at a news conference Tulsa, Okla. A federal indictment in Tulsa charges 18 members of a white supremacist prison gang with racketeering, drug conspiracy and kidnapping that resulted in at least six homicides during the past 14 years. “They are certainly one of the most fearsome (prison gangs), they’re aggressive and they’re violent,” US Attorney Trent Shores said Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019. (Matt Barnard/Tulsa World via AP)
18 members of white supremacist prison gang indictedA federal indictment in Tulsa charges 18 members of a white supremacist prison gang with racketeering, drug conspiracy and kidnapping that resulted in at least six homicides since 2005
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Judge: US violated victim rights in Epstein sex abuse caseA Florida federal judge has ruled federal prosecutors violated the rights of victims by secretly reaching a non-prosecution agreement with a wealthy financier accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls
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USA Today editor apologizes for yearbook blackface photoThe editor of USA Today is apologizing for an image portraying blackface that was published in the Arizona State University yearbook on her watch
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North Carolina orders new election in undecided US House race after hearing evidence it was tainted by ballot fraudNorth Carolina orders new election in undecided US House race after hearing evidence it was tainted by ballot fraud
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FILE - In this June 2, 2017 file photo, former Penn State President Graham Spanier departs after his sentencing hearing at the Dauphin County Courthouse in Harrisburg, Pa. Spanier, who was Penn State's president when the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal erupted, may soon be headed to jail after Pennsylvania's highest court declined to take up his appeal. The state's Supreme Court on Thursday Feb. 21, 2019 declined to hear Spanier's appeal of a misdemeanor child endangerment conviction related to his handling of a 2001 complaint about Sandusky showering with a boy in the football team locker room. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)
Penn State ex-president Spanier's request for appeal deniedThe man who served as Penn State's president when the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal erupted may soon be headed to jail after Pennsylvania's highest court said it will not take up his appeal
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Workers sue US immigration authorities over Tennessee raidSeven Latino workers have sued federal immigration authorities over an April raid when about 100 people were arrested at an eastern Tennessee meatpacking plant
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US citizen charged in kidnapping of journalist in SomaliaA U.S. citizen has been charged with kidnapping and other counts for his alleged role in the abduction of a freelance journalist who was held hostage in Somalia for nearly three years
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4-year-old fatally impaled by glass from shattered frameAuthorities and family members say a 4-year-old boy was struck with shards of glass and died after a framed picture fell in his Philadelphia home
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Bid to revive Equal Rights Amendment fails by 1 voteA renewed push to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in Virginia has failed by a single vote
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John Sasaki, communications director with Oakland Unified School District, speaks to reporters in an empty classroom at Manzanita Community School in Oakland, Calif., Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019. Teachers in Oakland, California, went on strike Thursday in the country's latest walkout by educators over classroom conditions and pay. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
The Latest: Striking teachers rally at Oakland City HallThousands of teachers, parents and students holding picket signs are rallying outside city hall in Oakland, California on the first day of a teachers' strike
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GOP lawmakers push to ban LGBT conversion therapy in UtahTwo Republican lawmakers are pushing to ban gay conversion therapy for minors in conservative Utah with a proposal that's being hailed as a milestone by advocates and won't be opposed by the influential Mormon church
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This image provided by the U.S. District Court in Maryland shows a photo of firearms and ammunition that was in the motion for detention pending trial in the case against Christopher Paul Hasson. Prosecutors say that Hasson, a Coast Guard lieutenant is a "domestic terrorist" who wrote about biological attacks and had a hit list that included prominent Democrats and media figures. He is due in court on Feb. 21 in Maryland. Prosecutors say Hasson espoused extremist views for years. Court papers say Hasson described an "interesting idea" in a 2017 draft email that included "biological attacks followed by attack on food supply." (U.S. District Court via AP)
Threat allegations keep Coast Guard officer jailedFederal authorities say a Coast Guard officer who espoused white supremacist views and dreamed of mass murder drew up a computer-spreadsheet hit list of Democratic politicians and TV journalists
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