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This week saw Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair on trial for sexual assault, and news of another case broke: A top Army prosecutor has been suspended after being accused of groping a military lawyer.
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Millennials, a.k.a. Generation Y, are more disassociated from mainstream institutions – political parties, organized religion, marriage – than are older Americans. In fact, they're the most politically unaffiliated group the Pew poll has ever seen.
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President Obama visited a Miami high school Friday to raise awareness about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and outline his efforts to get more students to complete it.
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Unemployment edged up slightly in February to 6.7 percent of the workforce, but the jobs number is a sizable step up from the pace of job creation in the previous two months.
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Ruling party candidate Araya bowed out of Costa Rica's presidential runoff due to lack of campaign funds and support. But opponent Solís is still rallying voters to turn out and give him a solid mandate.
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A California businessman says in a lawsuit that the Downtown Grand Las Vegas Hotel and Casino served him about 20 free drinks – a tactic to fleece him while he was drunk. He may have a case.
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Rep. Darrell Issa, chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee, has apologized to Rep. Elijah Cummings for cutting him off at a hearing into alleged abuses by the IRS.
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The US used to hold Turkey up as a role model for the Middle East. But today, as it floats the possibility of banning Facebook and YouTube, Turkey has lost its shine.
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Other deadlines have slid, but the March 31 date for individuals to enroll in health coverage or face a penalty is the most important of all for Obamacare.
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Republicans say faster approval of LNG export terminals could help check the influence of other suppliers, like Russia, and allow Europe to take a tougher diplomatic stance on Ukraine. Energy analysts say that would take years.
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Another Bitcoin exchange has folded, and a Bitcoin entrepreneur appears to have committed suicide. But experts continue to insist that it's too soon to write off the upstart crypto-currency.
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The Philadelphia public school district’s policy on beards clashed with the religious beliefs of a school police officer. But overall in the US, more efforts are being made to accommodate the faithful in such situations.