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Cosby Lawyer: We Don't Just Expect Fairness From 'Black Media'

Cosby's lawyers say a report that indicated the embattled comic expected the "black media" to be neutral was the result of "misconstrued" comments.

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Pilot Dies After Plane Crashes Near Dallas

The pilot who was killed was the only occupant of the small plane that crashed Thursday in Seagoville, and there are no other known injuries.

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NJ Officials: Transgender Teen Can Use Boys Restroom

A transgender male student in New Jersey says his school has reversed course and will now allow him to use the boys' restroom.

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Massive Downtown L.A. Fire Was Arson, Investigators Say

The Los Angeles Fire Department and the ATF said Thursday the fire that destroyed a seven-story complex and damaged a freeway was intentionally set.

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Nebraka and Oklahoma Sue Over Colorado Pot Legalization

The attorney generals in Nebraska and Oklahoma want the Supreme Court to declare Colorado's legalization of marijuana unconstitutional.

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'Long Time Coming': Executed Teen's Kin Relieved

A judge threw out George Stinney Jr.'s conviction 70 years after the black teen was sent to the electric chair for killing two white girls.

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ACLU Sues Ferguson School District for Voter Discrimination

The ACLU is suing the Ferguson-Florissant School District, accusing its electoral system of locking African-Americans out of the political process.

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Amid Scrutiny, Uber Says It Will Focus More on Safety

Taxi alternative Uber is responding to public concerns that its drivers are not adequately screened for past criminal convictions.

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Fatal SXSW Crash Brings First Wave of Lawsuits

A slew of lawsuits since four people died at South by Southwest festival accuse organizers of safety lapses after a driver ran into a crowd.

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SXSW: Car Hits Crowd

Two people are dead and 23 more injured after a drunk driver plowed into a crowd at Austin's SXSW music festival. Jay Gray reports.

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These Were the Most Searched Google Terms of 2014

According to Google's log of trillions of searches run through its engine, these were the most searched terms of 2014.

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Woman Charged in Scam After Teen's Burning Death

A Mississippi woman was arrested on charges she set up a fraudulent fundraising donation page for Jessica Chambers, the teen burned to death Dec. 6.

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Woman Charged in Plot to Scam Jessica Chambers Donors

A Mississippi woman was arrested on charges she set up a fraudulent fundraising page for Jessica Chambers, the teen burned to death Dec. 6.

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Cops Have Crack, Gun Evidence on Shmoney Dance Rapper

Bobby Shmurda is accused of being part of a violent drug-dealing gang.

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California Drought Relief Visible From Space

Images from space show patches of green in California's Central Valley, a welcome sight for the drought-stricken state.
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Uber Promises Changes After Driver Is Accused of Rape

Recent incidents involving Uber drivers are raising questions about the company's screening process for its employees.
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Wall Street Has Its Best Day in Three Years

The Dow, bolstered by the Fed's reassurance that there are no plans to raise interest rates in the near future, had its biggest day in three years.
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Efforts to Open the Door to Cuba Meet Pushback From Lawmakers

While critics say Cuban President Raul Castro has not changed, President Obama is arguing that decades of isolating Cuba should end.
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Boston Bombing Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Seen on Camera

It was a tense scene in and around the courthouse as Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev made a rare court appearance.
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Report Finds Secret Service 'Starved for Leadership'

An independent panel of investigators is recommending deep changes at the Secret Service, starting with a taller fence around the White House.



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