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According to a statement from the ACC, championships to be relocated include women's soccer, swimming and diving, women's basketball, tennis, golf and football. Atlantic Coast Conference officials have followed the NCAA's lead and are removing all their championships from North Carolina over a state law limiting protections for LGBT people.
  • Here's A New Trailer For Tupac's 'All Eyez on Me' Biopic

    Here's A New Trailer For Tupac's 'All Eyez on Me' Biopic

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    Today, on the anniversary of Shakur's death, a Fresno, California, burger joint called Take 3 has realized the lyricist's dream and turned its space into a living, breathing Powamekka (a combination of the words power and mecca ). All Eyez on Me will tell the gripping true tale of Tupac and his rise and fall, while never turning a blind eye on his troubled path to becoming one of the most influential and infamous people on the modern music scene.
  • US Supreme Court declines to restore early voting in Ohio

    US Supreme Court declines to restore early voting in Ohio

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    Ohio Secretary of State John Husted, who had defended the law ending the Golden Week, called the litigation challenging Ohio's voting laws "wasteful" in a statement. Ohio Democrats had filed the lawsuit challenging a law that eliminated Golden Week. Still pending are court battles over how closely voters must conform to providing exactly the information requested on provisional ballot forms to prevent their vote from being disqualified, and on Husted's purging of voters who had not ...
  • Stolen Semi-Truck Lead Officers on Freeway Chase in California

    Stolen Semi-Truck Lead Officers on Freeway Chase in California

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    The owner of firm, Walter Singer, said the truck had been stolen from a Barstow hotel parking lot sometime before 6 a.m. CHP took over the pursuit once the big rig headed onto Interstate 15, KTLA reported . The truck originated in Sunnyvale California and was enroute to US Ecology in Nevada, he said. Though the GPS tracking mechanism in the truck was deactivated when it was allegedly stolen, the truck had a secondary GPS system they were able to track, according to Singer.
  • Michelle Obama debuts as Ellen DeGeneres' co-host

    Michelle Obama debuts as Ellen DeGeneres' co-host

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    Ariana Grande chats with Jimmy about incorporating spinning in her MTV Video Music Award performance, her next tour and joining NBC's Hairspray Live! cast as Penny Pingleton. Later, Bradley Cooper made a surprise entrance and shocked everyone when he spilled the details about his fashion choices at a White House event. These are people who have helped us raise our kids.
  • Amtrak Tweets Back To Woman Stuck In An Airport Elevator Months Later

    Amtrak Tweets Back To Woman Stuck In An Airport Elevator Months Later

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    On Wednesday, just a week shy of seven months since Carpenter first made her plea, Amtrak responded . After some quick thinking, she thought taking to Twitter might help her get out of the situation faster. "Wanted to make sure", the company wrote. "That's when Amtrak explained, "@amandacarpenter Someone just re-tweeted it. Ultimately, no one got hurt, but Amtrak was mildly embarrassed and offered to make things right by giving Carpenter a free Acela train ticket.
  • Donald Trump Goes All In on School Choice

    Donald Trump Goes All In on School Choice

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    The Trump camp did not say how much of its $90 million August haul goes into the campaign's coffers, and how much goes to the national party and the state parties linked to the joint fundraising arrangements. On Wednesday, he also lifted the ban on reporters from some outlets covering his events. And while she's finally getting more face time in front of the press - bringing reporters on her plane and doing a Thursday press conference - she also has plenty of money to buy more controlled ...
  • Man who tried to assassinate Reagan released from hospital

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    US District Judge Paul Friedman's judgement points to medical assessments which showed that Mr Hinckley had had "no symptoms of active mental illness" since 1983. Reagan's family have said they are strongly opposed to Hinckley's release - and a year ago, his daughter Patti wrote: "I hope the doctors are right when they say that John Hinckley isn't a danger to anyone, but something in me feels they are wrong".
  • Clinton leaves 9/11 ceremony early after feeling unwell

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    Fox News reported that Clinton stumbled off a curb and her "knees buckled". Wearing sunglasses, she paused to take a photo with a young girl before getting into her motorcade. About 90 minutes elapsed before the campaign issued its statement. Trump has repeatedly questioned Clinton's health, telling supporters last month she "lacks the mental and physical stamina" to serve as president and fight Islamic State militants.
  • Florida teen accused of posing as a doctor arrested in Virginia

    Florida teen accused of posing as a doctor arrested in Virginia

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    Love-Robinson was with an elderly woman, allegedly his great aunt, who was going to be a co-signer, Park said, adding that when the young man said he was a doctor making $120,000 a year, it raised a red flag. Authorities said Friday evening that Love-Robinson was booked at the Rappahannock County Jail on charges related to use of fraudulent credit card. The sheriff's office says deputies seized the iPads when they arrested Love-Robinson.
  • Upset Alert: Georgia in Danger of Losing to Nicholls State

    Upset Alert: Georgia in Danger of Losing to Nicholls State

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    There were many mistakes made in the game by the Dawgs, and it was not a good performance. This will be the Nicholls first game of the season while the Red Clay Hounds mauled the Tar Heels of North Carolina 33-24 last week in Atlanta. The Georgia Bulldogs look to build on their impressive comeback win over North Carolina. Things were pretty scary in Athens, Ga ., on Saturday during Georgia's home opener.
  • ITT Tech closes more than 100 of its schools

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    Miller, who says he was just a few months away from graduating with a degree in cybersecurity, said he had a feeling the school would shut down . ITT Educational Services announced Tuesday it's closing all ITT Technical Institute campuses - including its Kennesaw campus - permanently.
  • Hermine spins away from East Coast, batters shore with waves

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    A Tropical Storm Warning remains in effect for Long Island and New York City. The storm was projected to dump up to 7 inches (18 cm) of rain in southeast Virginia and Atlantic coastal parts of Maryland and up to 4 inches (10 cm) in southern DE, southern and eastern New Jersey and Long Island, Brown said.
  • No. 5 MI routs Central Florida 51-14, another easy win

    No. 5 MI routs Central Florida 51-14, another easy win

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    Wilton Speight completed 10 of 13 passes for 1445 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Knights (1-1) got off to a relatively good start before getting blown out. Khalid Hill, a 6-foot, 2, 263-pound fullback, plunged into the end zone for his second score early in the third to pad the Wolverines' lead to 41-7 and they didn't have trouble keeping the comfortable cushion.
  • Wisconsin AG appeals ruling on 'Making A Murderer' nephew

    Wisconsin AG appeals ruling on 'Making A Murderer' nephew

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    Dassey was sentenced to life in prison in 2007 after being convicted of the murder and sexual assault of Teresa Halbach, a case examined in the Netflix docuseries, which will return for a second season . On August 12, a federal judge threw out the conviction of Making A Murderer subject Brendan Dassey , arguing in a 91-page decision that Massey's constitutional rights had been violated by police when they coerced him into making a false confession.
  • Slender Man attorney gives up on juvenile court

    Slender Man attorney gives up on juvenile court

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    The 14-year-old girl changed her previous not-guilty plea during a 15-minute proceeding in Waukesha County Circuit Court. Judge Michael Bohren, who is presiding. Her attorney said the plea change was something Weier chose to do after several conversations. Their lawyers are fighting to get them processed as minors, and supervised until they turn 18.
  • Donald Trump Minnesota Ballot Access To Be Challenged

    Donald Trump Minnesota Ballot Access To Be Challenged

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    Last month, he said he did not become aware "that the secretary of state wouldn't place our candidates on the ballot, even though that paperwork was submitted completely, until the electors were finalized" until the week before the filings were due.
  • MN Democrats push to remove Trump from ballot

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    Tim Scott told them that a vote for the Republican nominee is a vote for "hope". Several Republican strategists and religious figures argue that a boycott by religious conservatives cost Romney the election against incumbent Barack Obama.
  • Brock Turner Registers As A Sex Offender

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    The registration was expected. Greene County sheriff Gene Fischer assured the public that the 21-year-old would be treated just like every other sex offender, telling the Dayton Daily News , "We're not treating him with kid gloves". He returned to OH after his release from a California jail on Friday. We want you to know you are not alone. There have been calls for the judge in the case, Aaron Persky, to resign, and there have been protests both in California and outside Turner's family ...
  • Key ruling on Dakota Access Pipeline due by end of Friday

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    In denying the tribe's request for a temporary injunction, U.S. District Judge James Boasberg in Washington said that the court "does not lightly countenance any depredation of lands that hold significance" to the tribe and that, given the federal government's history with the tribe, the court scrutinized the permitting process "with particular care".
  • Confession in boy's death solves case that haunted Minnesota

    Confession in boy's death solves case that haunted Minnesota

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    When the first two got a distance, they looked back and Jacob and the man, who was wearing a stocking cap mask, were gone. The boys were on their way back home when they hit a dark stretch of road and a man in auto pulled over, accosted them at gunpoint, told them to turn off their flashlight and after asking their ages, told them one-by-one to run and not look back or he would shoot them.
  • Threat of strike looms over start of Chicago school year

    Threat of strike looms over start of Chicago school year

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    Eichhorn thinks it'll be harder to reach an agreement this time because a proposed contract that CTU President Karen Lewis publically favored in January was unanimously rejected by Eichhorn and the 40 member bargaining team in February. "We will be able to give a 10-day notice when we can, and when it's necessary", she said. Nevertheless, a strike could still be averted. A teacher strike in October would be the first since 2012.
  • Jill Stein charged for spray-painting bulldozer in Dakota pipeline protest

    Jill Stein charged for spray-painting bulldozer in Dakota pipeline protest

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    Possible charge could include trespassing and vandalism, according to media reports . Stein was in North Dakota with dozens of demonstrators to protest the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a almost $4 billion effort to construct a pipeline linking the Bakken shale formation, a large shale oil deposit in the state, with oil refineries on the Gulf coast.
  • Donald Trump ending press 'blacklist'

    Donald Trump ending press 'blacklist'

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    CNN's Brian Stelter first reported on Wednesday that the blacklist had ended, and that press credentials would be restored for numerous organizations including Politico , Univision, the Daily Beast, the Huffington Post , and BuzzFeed News .
  • Bill Clinton stumps in Orlando for his wife

    Bill Clinton stumps in Orlando for his wife

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    There have been a lot of questions about alleged pay-for-play at the foundation while Clinton was Secretary of State. Both organizations exist to receive donations overseas, neither have any employees, and they are overseen by board members of the main Clinton Foundation in the United States, their financial statements show.
  • Woman's finger cut off in blood-drinking ritual

    Woman's finger cut off in blood-drinking ritual

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    The 24-year-old was later apprehended and charged with mayhem and reckless injury. Then, he filled a shot glass with her blood, and drank it. A criminal complaint filed against Schrap says he and his friends were staging a "ritualistic memorial" to commemorate a deceased member of the Juggalos, the name given fans of the Detroit rap duo Insane Clown Posse.
  • USC Football Drops Out of AP Poll After Alabama Loss

    USC Football Drops Out of AP Poll After Alabama Loss

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    Alabama remains at No. 1 in both polls after dismantling USC. No. 2 Clemson got the other two No. 1 nods, though the Tigers had to work a bit harder to get past Auburn in their season debut. The Crimson Tide strengthened their presence at the top of the poll with 62 of 64 first place votes. If you want even more teams ranked, check out the updated CBS Sports 128.
  • 2 shot to death at carnival before NY West Indian Day Parade

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    Police are now investigating the crimes and are trying to determine if there are any connections in the cases. No arrests have been made. She said police told her Borel was sitting on a bench alone at Flatbush and Empire Boulevard around 3.45 am when he was shot.
  • Strong 'knew all along' about his quarterback duo at Texas

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    Zaire was 2 of 5 passing for 23 yards with a 78.6 rating and had no yards rushing on three carries. Freshman Shane Buechele got the start over Swoopes, but the senior played a huge role in Texas' running game with two scores and big runs that punished Notre Dame defenders in overtime.
  • Trump postpones immigration speech

    Trump postpones immigration speech

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    He is expected to address immigration during a speech in Colorado on Thursday. Since reshuffling his campaign leadership last week, Trump has already expressed "regret" for remarks that he has made during the campaign that might have been hurtful, and he expanded his outreach to black voters.
  • Rebels happy to play at neutral Florida site

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    During Francois' recruitment, Freeze recalls Francois being "a tremendous athlete with a big arm". The guess here is Cook and Francois find just enough room on offense, while the defense keeps Kelly in check in the second half to propel the Seminoles to a victory.