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Tom Brady's Agent Says Suspension 'Has No Legitimate Basis'

Tom Brady's agent, Don Yee, delivered a lengthy statement in response to the quarterback's suspension, calling it 'ridiculous.' He also said that the NFL investigation into deflategate was unfair.
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Texas Police Were Warned About Gunmen At Muhammad Cartoon Event — And They Weren't

The FBI sent a bulletin that key people never saw, and police say they were already guarding the event as they'd have done if they had seen it.
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FBI: 51 Law Enforcement Officers 'Feloniously Killed' In 2014

After a sharp drop in 2013, the number of police and other law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty as a result of felonious incidents rose in 2014, from 27 to 51, the FBI says.
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NFL Suspends Tom Brady For First 4 Games Of 2015 Season

The NFL has also fined the New England Patriots $1 million. The punishments follow last week's report on the deflategate scandal.
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Exotic Vinegar Flies Invade California After World Tour

One critter traveled around the globe from Australia on a eucalyptus tree. The other hitched a ride on a Central American flower. These flies are the tip of the invasive insect iceberg in California.
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NFL Suspends Tom Brady For 4 Games Over 'Deflategate' Scandal

Days after a lengthy report found it was "more probable than not" that quarterback Tom Brady knew of rule-breaking, the NFL suspends him for four games next season and fines the Patriots $1 million.
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U.S. Gives Conditional OK To Shell Oil For Drilling Off Alaska's Arctic Shore

The company wants to resume drilling in the Chukchi Sea off northwestern Alaska; it broke off that effort in 2012 because of safety problems.
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'Baltimore Sun' Investigation Shows Police Denied Medical Care To Suspects

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Baltimore Sun investigative reporter Mark Puente about records that show Baltimore police often "disregard injuries and illnesses among people they apprehend."
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Jeb Bush Would Have Authorized Iraq War — Even Knowing What We Know Now

The Bush last name is one of the biggest stumbling blocks to Jeb Bush's becoming president. He says he is his own man, but over the weekend he said he would also have authorized the Iraq War.
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It's Infrastructure Week: More Potholes Than Tax Dollars To Fill Them

Money for federally funded road and bridge improvements is running low, and as usual, Congress is spinning its wheels trying to find a solution.

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