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NCAA To Announce Penn State Sanctions

The NCAA is announcing sanctions Monday for Penn State University over the university's handling of a sex abuse scandal involving former assistant football coach.
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Job, Tuition Woes A Drain On Law Schools

The American Bar Association has changed how law schools report their post-graduation employment stats. The bottom line: Job prospects are worse than previously thought for newly minted lawyers. But while the number of recent law school grads with jobs is falling, tuition is not.
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Obama: 'Out Of This Darkness, A Brighter Day Is Going To Come'

President Obama visited Aurora, Colo., to meet with shooting victims and their loved ones Sunday, while a vigil was held by the community to remember the 12 killed and more than 50 wounded in Friday's movie-theater attack.
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Testing, Treatment Key Weapons In AIDS Fight

The International AIDS Conference is being held this week in Washington, D.C. HIV infection in the host city is the highest in the nation. Though treatments have come a long way in the past 30 years, those high infection rates — especially among the black community — show there is still much work to be done.

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