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Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert Admits To Sexual Abuse

Hastert has been sentenced to 15 months in prison after pleading guilty to structuring cash withdrawals used to mask allegations that he abused students when he was a teacher and wrestling coach.
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Court Rules In Favor Of Biological Father In Thai Surrogacy Case

A same-sex couple won custody of their 15-month-old baby in a Thai court that ruled against their surrogate. She'd reneged on the deal after learning the couple are gay.
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First House Incumbent Loses Primary, Plus 4 Other Important Down-Ballot Results

The Democratic establishment's favored candidates won in two Senate contests, and a millionaire wine mogul's $12.4 million went down the drain in the most expensive House primary this year.
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On To Indy: Hoosier State Could Be Stand For Trump Challengers, Sanders

Donald Trump, with about 75 percent of the delegates, and Hillary Clinton, with 90 percent, are so far ahead in their parties that only the most extraordinary events could prevent their nominations.
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Suspect On The Run Jumps The White House Fence

An unidentified suspect was was fleeing a robbery and climbed over the fence protecting the White House. Ironically, he fled the robbery into a massively guarded compound. He was taken into custody.
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Clinton's Road To The Nomination Was Paved By Other Women Who Ran

Barring something extraordinary happening, Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee. That would make her the first woman to top a major party ticket.

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Most High School Seniors Aren't College Or Career Ready, Says 'Nation's Report Card'

The latest reading and math scores of 12th-graders nationwide are out today. Here's a closer look.
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With The Nomination All But Decided, Clinton's And Sanders' Goals Change

Now that Tuesday's wins virtually ensure Hillary Clinton's nomination, she is doing her best to win over Bernie Sanders' supporters. Sanders is intent on keeping his progressive politics relevant.
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New York Wants To Know: Have You Been Texting And Driving?

A bill in New York would allow police to examine drivers' phones to see whether they were using the device at the time of an accident. But critics are worried about privacy implications.
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Supreme Court To Hear Arguments In Bob McDonnell Corruption Case

The former Virginia governor and his wife were charged with 11 counts of conspiracy to commit fraud under federal law. Now, the nation's top court will decide whether to uphold the conviction.

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