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Pennsylvania Law Allows NRA To Sue Cities Over Gun Rules

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'Suge' Knight Charged With Murder After Fatal Hit-And-Run

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Opening statements are delivered in June 1990 in the Central Park rape trial in New York in this artist's rendering. The defendants — including Yusef Salaam (from left), Antron McCray and Raymond Santana, shown here — were convicted and imprisoned in part on what were later found to be false confessions. A new study shows it's surprisingly easy to implant memories of committing a crime. Marilyn Church/AP hide caption

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Fieldale Farms in Gainesville, Ga., says it can't keep enough workers to meet demand for its poultry products, despite paying $16 per hour plus benefits. Jim Zarroli/NPR hide caption

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Some Businesses Say Immigrant Workers Are Harder To Find

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Senators Work To Open Up Travel For Americans To Cuba

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A November 1989 photo of Tommy Thompson holding a $50 pioneer gold piece retrieved from the wreck of the SS Central America. Thompson, who had been on the lam for two years, was arrested on Tuesday. Lon Horwedel/AP hide caption

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Attorney General Nomination Expected To Advance To Full Senate

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After Years Of Wrangling, VA To Provide Vets Housing On West LA Campus

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Court Order May Signal New Approach To Preventing Radicalization

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Loretta Lynch, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, leaves for a lunch break during a daylong Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on her nomination to be U.S. attorney general. Pete Marovich/UPI/Landov hide caption

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Beefed-Up Border Security Proposal Unsettles Texas Business Leaders

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Judge Throws Out Convictions Of Civil Rights Pioneers, 'Friendship 9'

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