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Former Baylor University fraternity president Jacob Anderson walks out of the courtroom Monday Dec. 10, 2018. Mr. Anderson, accused of rape, will serve no jail time after a Waco district judge accepted a plea bargain for deferred probation. (Jerry Larson/Waco Tribune Herald via AP)
Woman who accused man of rape outraged he got no jail timeA Texas judge has accepted a plea deal allowing a former Baylor University fraternity president accused of rape to avoid serving jail time
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FILE - This June 13, 2006 file photo shows Melvin Dummar in Salt Lake City. Dummar, a delivery driver who falsely claimed that billionaire Howard Hughes left a handwritten will bequeathing him $156 million, has died in rural Nevada. Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly said Dummar died Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018, under hospice care. He was 74. (AP Photo/Steve C. Wilson, File)
Man who claimed Howard Hughes inheritance dies in NevadaMelvin Dummar, a delivery driver who falsely claimed that billionaire Howard Hughes left a handwritten will bequeathing him $156 million, has died in rural Nevada
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Police rip toddler from mother's arms at benefits officeOutrage is building over a video showing police officers violently yanking a toddler from his mother's arms at a Brooklyn food stamp office
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The Latest: US arrests 32 at San Diego border protestUS authorities arrest 32 people participating in San Diego demonstration organized by Quaker group at U.S.-Mexico border
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Pigs wander the shoulder of Interstate 40 near the state line with Tennessee in Haywood County, North Carolina, after a crash on Monday Dec. 10, 2018. The crash caused delays while local farmers helped authorities corral the pigs. (North Carolina Department of Transportation via AP)
Snowed-in South makes the best of day off from work, schoolAs the worst of a wintry storm passed through the Southeast, officials warned that roads remained treacherous
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This undated photo provided by the St. Joseph County Jail in South Bend, Ind., shows Aaron Trejo. Trejo, an Indiana high school football player told investigators that he killed a 17-year-old schoolmate because he was angry that she waited so long to tell him she was pregnant with his child, that it was too late to get an abortion, authorities said Monday, Dec. 10, 2018. Trejo, 16, was charged as an adult with murder in the Sunday killing of Breana Rouhselang and the fetus. He was arrested Sunday, and scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday. (St. Joseph County Jail via AP)
Indiana teen charged with killing pregnant schoolmateAuthorities say a northern Indiana high school football player told investigators that he killed a 17-year-old schoolmate because she waited so long to tell him she was pregnant with his child that it was too late to get an abortion
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US judge tosses bulk of suit against Trump immigration moveA U.S. judge in San Francisco says the Trump administration provided adequate justification for its decision to end a program that reunited hundreds of immigrants from Central America with family members in the U.S.
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Pigs wander the shoulder of Interstate 40 near the state line with Tennessee in Haywood County, North Carolina, after a crash on Monday Dec. 10, 2018. The crash caused delays while local farmers helped authorities corral the pigs. (North Carolina Department of Transportation via AP)
The Latest: Pedestrians warned of ice from skyscraperPolice in North Carolina's largest city are warning pedestrians of ice falling from a downtown skyscraper
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Police, FBI probe suspected white supremacist attack on DJAuthorities say the FBI is now involved in an investigation into an attack by several white supremacists on a black DJ at a tavern in Washington state over the weekend
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Protesters Peppi Elder, left, and Christine Taylor holds up signs during the state Christmas Tree lighting ceremony in state Capitol Rotunda Tuesday Dec. 4, 2018, in Madison, Wis. The Senate and Assembly are set to send dozens of changes in state law to Gov. Scott Walker's desk. (Steve Apps
Wisconsin GOP legislation eases corporate tax break rulesCompanies seeking tax credits from Wisconsin's troubled job-creation agency would face less scrutiny under a provision Republicans included in a package of lame-duck legislation designed to weaken newly elected Democrats
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In this Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, photo, Dawn Kosmakos, left, and Nancy Collins pose for a photo in Concord, Calif. Collins, a 911 dispatcher, and Kosmakos are volunteers known as "search angels" to help adopted people find their biological parents. In the aftermath of Northern California's catastrophic wildfire, social media sites filled with posts from people trying to find loved ones in and near the town of Paradise. A group of women scattered across the U.S. knew they could help. The women volunteer as "search angels, " those who help adoptees find their biological parents. So far, they have tracked down nearly 250 people and linked them with friends and family who were looking for them becoming known as the Angels of Paradise. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
California inferno gives rise to family-reuniting 'Angels'In the aftermath of California's catastrophic wildfire, online sleuths known as 'angels' bring their skills to Paradise to reconnect friends and family with survivors
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FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail shows James Alex Fields Jr. Fields, convicted of first-degree murder for driving his car into counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia faces 20 years to life in prison as jurors reconvene to consider his punishment. The panel that convicted Fields will hear more evidence Monday, Dec. 10, 2018, before recommending a sentence for Judge Richard Moore. (Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail via AP, File)
No sentence yet for man who rammed rally counterprotestersA jury has yet to reach a recommended sentence for a man who drove his car into counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia last year
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