Prosecutors said a project to review untested rape kits proved the innocence of Michael Phillips, who says he pleaded guilty to a 1990 rape because his attorney advised him to avoid trial. AP hide caption

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After Completing A 12-Year Sentence, A Texas Man Is Cleared By DNA
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Airlines Cancel Service To Israel Amid Heightened Aviation Safety Concerns
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Njoki Wa Ndegwa, left, mixes with fans of Jambo Boston Radio in Alabama last March. Jambo has become such a vital part of the Kenyan-American community it's touring the country, throwing big parties for its listeners. Courtesy Jambo Boston Network hide caption

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An American Radio Station That's Saying 'Jambo' To Kenyans
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For A Business Built 'On Bended Knee,' Hobby Lobby Ruling Is A Boon
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A sign posted on a roadside fence outside a Dow Chemicals plant in Freeport, Texas. The front-runner for governor, GOP Attorney General Greg Abbott, sparked controversy recently by suggesting citizens should simply go to nearby chemical and fertilizer plants and ask what's being stored there if they are worried about hazardous materials. Pat Sullivan/AP hide caption

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After Isolation, Bergdahl Likely Faces A Long Recovery
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Grand Jury In Texas Probes Whether Gov. Perry Abused Powers
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Gov. Rick Perry gives a speech during the Texas GOP Convention in Fort Worth on Thursday. In his address, the longest-serving governor in the state's history focused more on the future and national issues than his political legacy at home. Rex C. Curry/AP hide caption

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The Closest You Can Get To Piloting A Container Ship
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Republican Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma, here with Michael C. Thompson, state secretary of safety and security, charged that the state Supreme Court had exceeded its jurisdiction when it called for a stay of execution in the Clayton Lockett case in March. Alonzo Adams/AP hide caption

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The Messy Legal Road That Led To Oklahoma's Botched Execution
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