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Red Sox to Honor ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Pioneer

When the Boston Red Sox play an exhibition game Tuesday against Boston College, both teams will be wearing No. 3 jerseys in support of Pete Frates.








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Jared Leto Cuts Long Locks for 'Suicide Squad'

Jared Leto's hair has long been admired but the actor has cut it short for his upcoming role as The Joker in "Suicide Squad."








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Clinton Used Personal Email as Secretary of State: Report

Hillary Clinton reportedly used only a personal email account during her time as secretary of state and possibly violated records rules.








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'Very Insensative': Mayor Sorry for Tamir Rice Language

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson apologized Monday for what said was the city's "insensitive" characterization of Tamir Rice's actions before his shooting death.








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Clinton Used Personal Email as Secretary of State: Report

The New York Times reported that Hillary Clinton used only a personal email account during her time as Secretary of State and possibly violated records rules.








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Georgia Execution Postponed Over Cloudy Lethal Drugs

Kelly Gissendaner was sentenced to death for the 1997 murder of her husband.








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Georgia Execution Postponed Over Cloudy Lethal Drugs

Kelly Gissendaner was sentenced to death for the 1997 murder of her husband.








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Susan Rice: A Bad With Iran is Worse Than No Deal

Susan Rice told members of AIPAC that the Obama Administration that nuclear armed Iran is not only a danger to Israel but to the United States and the rest of the world.








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Cleveland Mayor Apologizes for City's Response to Tamir Rice Lawsuit

Mayor Frank Jackson said the city used 'insensitive' language when discussing a lawsuit brought by the family of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old boy shot and killed by police officers in November 2014.








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Time Running Out for Woman on Georgia Death Row

Kelly Gissendaner was still waiting to hear whether the U.S. Supreme Court will halt her execution Monday night for the 1997 murder of her husband.








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Youth Hockey Team Escapes Roof Collapse

Youth hockey coaches hailed as heroes for rushing players to safety as ice rink roof collapses during practice. NECN's Jeff Saperstone reports.








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Fighting Cancer With Cocoa

Young Colorado boy braves the cold to sell hot cocoa and cider to raise funds for Denver's Children's Hospital. KUSA's Jonathan Gonzalez reports.








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Gold Heist: Robbers Steal More Than $4 Million

Three men stole several barrels of gold worth more than $4 million from a truck traveling through eastern North Carolina, authorities said Monday.








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Search Continues For Suspects in $4 Million Gold Heist

The heist happened on I-95 in Wilson County, North Carolina and a retired gold trader says the thieves are going to have a hard time unloading that much gold on the market. WITN's Lynette Taylor reports.



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Sentences Reduced in Amish Hair-Cutting Attacks

Hate crime convictions against leader Samuel Mullet Sr. and 15 other Amish for chopping off members' hair and beards were thrown out last year.








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Lumber Liquidators 'Stands by Every Plank.' Should You?

Allegedly tainted flooring has left Lumber Liquidators customers feeling as if the rug has been pulled out from under them.



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LAPD Skid Row Shooting Puts Focus on Body Cam Tech

Los Angeles police were months into a pilot body camera program when officers shot and killed a robbery suspect on skid row on Sunday.








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Large Fire at Maryland Plant After Reported Blast

Firefighters are battling a four-alarm fire at a sheet metal plant in Maryland after an explosion was reported.



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More Winter Storms on the Way for Large Swaths of U.S.

Another band of bad weather is moving across the U.S. on Monday, promising powder and another blast of wintry weather after February's record-smashing cold.








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Obama: Iran Must Freeze Nuclear Program for Ten Years

President Obama says reaching a diplomatic deal with Iran over its nuclear program would be more effective than using military actions or sanctions. Israel opposes such a deal.



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