• OU women's basketball: Sooners, UConn to begin four-year series in 2017
OU women's basketball: Sooners, UConn to begin four-year series in 2017

When a 39-point win is, at times, a struggle. UConn was without Morgan Tuck, who was sidelined with soreness in her right knee. We were making plays. UConn had gone 3-0 against the Tigers during its national championship season in 2014, which included a blowout win over host Memphis in the American Athletic Conference tournament quarterfinals ...

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  • Donald Trump Oversold Burlington Event, Turned Away Opponents, And Stoked Protesters
Donald Trump Oversold Burlington Event, Turned Away Opponents, And Stoked Protesters

One by one, groups of protesters jeered and shouted profanities, and got themselves kicked out. Sanders, who joined the conference call from Iowa, where he is campaigning for the next several days, said the pleasure would be all his. In typical Trump style, the candidate began his speech by describing his lead in the polls. It’s awesome, right?...

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  • Donald Trump to hold campaign rally on Hilton Head Island
Donald Trump to hold campaign rally on Hilton Head Island

A pro-Bush SuperPAC will still spend $19 million in the first three early states to vote. Sharpening his attacks on Hillary ad Bill Clinton, Donald Trump proclaimed Wednesday that women "don't like" the Democrats. HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (WJCL) - Thousands in Hilton Head turned out to hear Donald Trump speak. As Trump's speech neared the one-h...

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  • Oscar Ray Bolin: Serial Killer To Be Executed After 30 Years
Oscar Ray Bolin: Serial Killer To Be Executed After 30 Years

Later on December 5, 1986, Matthews' body was found wrapped in a bloodstained sheet on the side of a road in rural Pasco County. Matthews was taken from a post office north of Tampa, according to court documents. Though Reeves has hoped for an apology from Bolin in the execution chamber, she doubts that will happen. Brunvand said if he can't bl...

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  • Powerball jackpot soars to $800 million
Powerball jackpot soars to $800 million

Despite the odds, someone will eventually win the prize. Should some lucky desert dweller hit the big bucks in Saturday's drawing, he or she would have the option of a lump sum of $347 million or 30 years of $18.67 million payments. "With that kind of money, you could do whatever you want", he said. If you truly enjoy taking a shot at the Power...

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  • DA Wants to Move 'Affluenza' Teen Ethan Couch's Case to Adult Court
DA Wants to Move 'Affluenza' Teen Ethan Couch's Case to Adult Court

G. Dick Miller, the psychologist who said the word at the trial, later said he wished he hadn't used it. And Couch's lawyers have criticized what they say is the news media's narrow focus on the term in relation to his case. Consulate in Guadalajara since December 26 to track down and capture the two. "Until we have more information concerning this...

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  • The Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico national volleyball teams faced off on
The Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico national volleyball teams faced off on

Lucille Charuk guided Canada with nine points while Tabitha Love contributed eight. "The U.S. has already qualified, and so is not in the picture in this regional qualifier, and that is a big advantage for us", said Winters, who began playing at age 15 with the Victoria Volleyball Association before starring at Royal Oak Middle School, Claremont ...

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  • Hillary Clinton: Americans Should 'Roundly' Reject Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton: Americans Should 'Roundly' Reject Donald Trump

Leading up to Clinton's first appearance for his wife on the campaign trail , the former president's conduct while in office, including his extramarital affairs, has become fodder for Hillary Clinton's rivals on the campaign trail. In addition to being panned by the Daily Caller as a "nonsensical answer", the reaction prompted some social medi...

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  • Chicago Police Shoot and Kill Northern Illinois Student
Chicago Police Shoot and Kill Northern Illinois Student

Lauren Chooljian, with  NPR  member station WBEZ in Chicago,  reported  that Escalante said front-line officers, who respond to the majority of calls, would receive the crisis training first. It also led to an ongoing civil rights investigation of the entire Chicago Police Department by the U.S. Department of Justice. Less than an hour into the d...

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  • Philadelphia police: Officer shot while in police cruiser
Philadelphia police: Officer shot while in police cruiser

The suspect fired at least 13 times, emptying the 9mm handgun he was shooting in an attempted murder. Officer Jesse Hartnett, 33, was driving through a west  Philadelphia  intersection when the suspect reportedly opened fire. Ross says Hartnett's arm suffered significant damage and he has a long road to recovery, but is expected to be OK. Ross ...

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  • Alabama Chief Justice Confuses Legal Duties With 'Personal Anti-LGBT Agenda'
Alabama Chief Justice Confuses Legal Duties With 'Personal Anti-LGBT Agenda'

In a phone interview, Chief Justice Roy Moore , who issued the order, said judges were bound by the state Supreme Court's decision last March halting same-sex marriage until that court determines the effect on the state of the national ruling.

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  • Mississippi River flood fears push south as St. Louis area cleans up
Mississippi River flood fears push south as St. Louis area cleans up

The Mississippi River's floodwaters are moving south, causing more levee failures and more severe damage. Hundreds of homes in the Midwest have been damaged as Mississippi, Meramec and Missouri rivers overflowed after heavy rainfall this week.

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  • No Indictment in the Tamir Rice Shooting
No Indictment in the Tamir Rice Shooting

The city is vulnerable because the case will examine not just the shooting but the circumstances surrounding it, Gilbert said , referring to the way Garmback stopped the cruiser so close to Tamir while responding to a 911 call about someone waving a gun.

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  • Bill Cosby won't be charged in two assault cases
Bill Cosby won't be charged in two assault cases

He was charged last week with sexual assault in Pennsylvania - the first criminal case filed against the comedian. Black Americans narrowly approve (35%) rather than disapprove (28%) of the decision to prosecutive Cosby for sexual assault. "We respect the Court of Appeals' decision today, essentially requiring one more round of briefing before ruli...

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  • Camille Cosby Will Have to Testify in Husband's Defamation Lawsuit
Camille Cosby Will Have to Testify in Husband's Defamation Lawsuit

Acting both as a wife and Cosby's business manager, she directed her husband's high-powered attorneys to "get back out in front of this". Although Camille insists she has had no firsthand knowledge of the incidents at hand and argued that this deposition would constitute an "undue burden", David Hennessy, the MA federal magistrate judge, rejected...

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  • Bill Cosby's Attorney Accuses D.A.'s Office of Playing
Bill Cosby's Attorney Accuses D.A.'s Office of Playing "Political Football"

Cosby , 78, was charged on Wednesday in the only criminal case brought against the actor, who has been accused by more than 50 women of sexually abusing them in incidents dating back decades. It's the first criminal case brought against the comedian out of the torrent of allegations that destroyed his good-guy image as America's Dad. Pressley said:...

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  • Amid Armed Oregon Standoff, Report Finds
Amid Armed Oregon Standoff, Report Finds "Skyrocketing" Number of Anti-Gov't

In an interview on Wednesday, CBC's As It Happens guest host Helen Mann asked Ryan Bundy - Ammon Bundy's brother - why his group didn't have the full support of the local community. The group seized buildings at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Oregon's high desert country on Saturday. Harney County Sheriff David Ward told hund...

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  • Seahawks and Vikings have intertwined history
Seahawks and Vikings have intertwined history

This is a huge shot in the arm for a team that only won five games just two years ago and it will also be a boost for the metro economy. "I think they just got after us". Back from surgery, he was working out at the Seahawks' facility on Monday and likely will play against the Vikings. During that game, quarterback Russell Wilson was on fire, thr...

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  • Bill Cosby's Answer to Alleged Victim Andrea Constand Under Oath
Bill Cosby's Answer to Alleged Victim Andrea Constand Under Oath

A Republican congressman announced Thursday he plans to file a bill next week to strip comedian Bill Cosby of the Presidential Medal of Freedom he received in 2002. Heidi Thomas met Cosby in 1984 as a 24-year-old aspiring actress and model and says she visited him at a house outside of Reno, Nev. Steele's political opponent, Bruce Castor Jr., d...

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  • Death row inmate says he's innocent
Death row inmate says he's innocent

But his convictions and death sentences for killing Reeves' daughter and two other women have been repeatedly overturned, and the tired mother wanted to leave nothing to chance. Reeves said it doesn't matter that Bolin is not awaiting execution in all three cases "because he only dies once". He says mentally, he has already put himself in the death...

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