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Universities revoke journalism awards given to Charlie Rose

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| Rose received an award from Arizona State University in 2015. But the actions reported about Rose were too "egregious" to ignore, said the school's dean.

Flynn may be cooperating with Mueller's Russia probe

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Former national security adviser Michael Flynn's legal team has cut ties with Trump, suggesting Flynn might be helping with the investigation into Russian election interference.

Asian-American officers sue San Gabriel for discrimination

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The five officers claim their colleagues mock them by speaking in fake Asian accents and promoting racist stereotypes.

Man freed decades after double killing that rocked Simi Valley

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For 39 years, Craig Richard Coley swore that he hadn't killed his ex-girlfriend and her 4-year-old son. DNA analysis finally proved him right.

Federal judge blocks new Texas anti-abortion law

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Texas tried to ban a common procedure for ending second-term pregnancies. Courts in four other states have blocked similar laws.

A new approach to helping foster kids in trouble with the law

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Loyola Law School will launch a $1 million program to help 300 children caught in the juvenile justice system.

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California prison guard severely injured in inmate attack

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Authorities say a 32-year-old inmate at the state prison in Lancaster punched an officer in the face, knocked him to the ground and then stomped on his face.

Do-it-yourself 'ghost guns' bypass background checks, firearm registration

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When Kevin Neal went on his deadly shooting rampage last week in California, he used "ghost guns": homemade weapons built from kits and instructions found on the Internet.

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LA County approves $15 million wrongful conviction payout

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Frank O'Connell spent 27 years in prison for a murder he says he didn't commit. A judge freed him in 2012 because of improper conduct by sheriff's detectives.

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