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This Teen Planned A School Shooting. But Did He Break The Law?

In 2018, Jack Sawyer told police he wanted to set a new record: highest death count for a school shooter. He was arrested, but the courts had to decide whether Sawyer's plan was even a crime.

Jugs of water for undocumented immigrants sit along migrant trails after being delivered by volunteers for the humanitarian aid group No More Deaths. The number of immigrant deaths, mostly due to dehydration and exposure, has risen as higher border security has pushed immigrant crossing routes into more remote desert regions. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Extending 'Zero Tolerance' To People Who Help Migrants Along The Border

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Mum Sidi
Saved By The Bell
Watching the Sun Through Eyelids Murlo
Scandinavian Crush Craft Spells

Charges for nitrous oxide during labor and delivery haven't been standardized. Courtesy of Kara Jo Prestrud, Birth Made Beautiful hide caption

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Bill Of The Month: $4,836 Charge For Laughing Gas During Childbirth Is No Joke

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Sono Nick Box

Media company Meredith has announced that it has agreed to sell the Sports Illustrated brand to entertainment company Authentic Brands Group for $110 million. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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'Sports Illustrated' Is Sold Again, But Publishing Won't Shift To New Owner Yet

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Days Without End Lol Hammond & Duncan Forbes
Violent Yet Flammable World Au Revoir Simone
Back to You Timecop1983
Lazuli Beach House
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America 2 The Midnight

Avastin got an accelerated Food and Drug Administration approval for treatment of glioblastoma, but additional research found the drug didn't extend patients' lives. J.B. Reed /Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Cancer Drugs Approved Quickly Often Fail To Measure Up Later

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Turn Around The Postal Service
Can't Keep Checking My Phone Unknown Mortal Orchestra
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True Affection The Blow
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White Waves Cooper Sams
Route303 Vince Watson
Pepperland George Martin

Kishi Bashi's Omoiyari, out May 31, is largely inspired by the artist's visit to ex-internment camps in America. Max Ritter/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kishi Bashi Uses The History Of Japanese Internment To Explore America Today

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