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Penn State Bounces Fraternity For 3 Years Over Nude Photo Scandal

Penn State has shut down the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity chapter for three years, after an inquiry over a Facebook group page that collected pictures of nude women uncovered other transgressions.
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How A Claim That A Childhood Vaccine Prevents Leukemia Went Too Far

It seemed to make sense that the childhood Hib vaccine could cut leukemia risk by keeping the immune system in check. But proving there's cause and effect at work turns out to be a challenge.
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Attempt To Get More People On Board With Organ Donation Backfires

To increase the number of organ donors in the U.S., psychologists have advocated for changes to how we ask people to donate. In California, officials tried something new — but it may have backfired.
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5 Things You Should Know About Rick Santorum

The former Pennsylvania senator is getting in the race for president again. Here's a reminder of who he is.
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A New Kind Of College Wins State Approval In Rhode Island

College Unbound aims to provide students who have some college experience a personalized path to a degree.
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Leader Of Turkmenistan Honors Himself With A Statue

President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov has unveiled a seven-story monument to himself. His likeness on a horse is cast in bronze and covered in 24-carat gold leaf.
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Sen. Sanders Launches Longshot Presidential Campaign In Vermont

Sen. Bernie Sanders kicked off his campaign in Burlington. He lags behind Hillary Clinton in the polls, but his supporters say this is the guy who comes from behind and surprises you.
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Relentless Cable Mogul John Malone Works Behind The Scenes

John Malone, the man behind the proposed $55 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable by smaller Charter Communications, controls some of the best known media and entertainment properties in the country.
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Officials Of Soccer's Governing Board Arrested On Corruption Charges

Swiss authorities have arrested several FIFA officials suspected of both receiving and paying bribes. David Greene talks to Matt Apuzzo, one of the reporters working the story for The New York Times.
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Cleveland, DOJ Reach Agreement Over Police Conduct

The Justice Department reached a consent decree with Cleveland over the practices of its police department. The agreement lays out specific rules on when an officer can and cannot use deadly force.

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