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  1. Lyle Jeffs, Polygamist Accused Of Fraud, Arrested After Nearly A Year On The Run

    Jeffs, a leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, was indicted last year on charges of food stamp fraud and money laundering. He gave the FBI the slip last June.
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  2. Neo-Nazi Site Daily Stormer Is Banned By Google After Attempted Move From GoDaddy

    Both Google and GoDaddy have now banned the Daily Stormer site, after it published a story mocking protester Heather Heyer's death in Charlottesville, Va.
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  3. N.Y. Immigration Courts Face 2-Year Delay After Judges Sent To The Border

    The Trump administration is temporarily moving immigration judges to courts near the southern border, making delays in New York worse.
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  4. Charlottesville Tries To Pick Up Pieces After Day Of Deadly Unrest

    Addressing church congregations on Sunday, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe condemned the white supremacists, saying there is "no place" for them in the city or in the United States of America.
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  5. After Years Of Restraint, A Linguist Says 'Yes!' To The Exclamation Point

    F. Scott Fitzgerald once declared that using an exclamation point was like laughing at your own joke, but linguist Geoff Nunberg begs to differ. He's begun embracing the mark in his own writing.
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  6. 'Financial Times' Issues 103-Year-Old Correction

    In 1914, the newspaper reported that applications were "pouring in" for WWI war bonds. Researchers at the Bank of England, analyzing old records, have discovered that wasn't remotely true.
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  7. One Year After Pulse Shooting, Orlando Honors Those Who Died

    Hundreds gathered outside the nightclub Monday to remember the 49 people who were killed that night. Mourners have created a makeshift memorial there — and plans for a permanent one are underway.
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  8. Interracial Marriages Face Pushback 50 Years After Loving

    The U.S. Supreme Court legalized marriages between people of different races 50 years ago. But some interracial couples today say they sometimes feel unaccepted in the U.S.
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  9. 3 Dead After Violence Linked To White Nationalist Rally In Virginia

    One woman died when a car plowed into marchers, and Virginia State Police said two people were killed when a helicopter crashed near Charlottesville. Dozens were injured in the day's violence.
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  10. 7 Years After BP Oil Spill, Oyster Farming Takes Hold In South

    The "off-bottom" production method, in which oysters are grown in hanging baskets tumbled by waves, is starting to flourish on the Gulf coast — and demand for these boutique bivalves is growing.
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