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Colleges Weigh Fate of Students with Tainted Applications

Facebook Launches AI to Find and Remove 'Revenge Porn'

By Collin Binkley |
In the wake of a massive college bribery scheme, the schools caught in the middle have been left facing a thorny question: What to do about the students who may have been admitted ...

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After Mosque Attacks, New Zealand Banning 'Military-Style' Guns

After Mosque Attacks, New Zealand Banning 'Military-Style' Guns

By Juliet Williams and Nick Perry | Mar 21
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced an immediate ban Thursday on sales of "military-style" semi-automatic and automatic weapons like the ones used in the attacks on two mosques in Christchurch that killed 50 worshippers.

Chick-fil-a Says No Donations to Anti-Gay Groups; Tax Records Show Otherwise

Chick-fil-a Says No Donations to Anti-Gay Groups; Tax Records Show Otherwise

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 21
Tax records show that the foundation associated with fast food chain Chick-fil-a, which has in the past expressed opposition to marriage equality, has donated to several anti-LGBTQ groups.

Liz Weston: How to Give Money Advice That Sticks

Liz Weston: How to Give Money Advice That Sticks

By Liz Weston | Mar 21
Unsolicited money advice is like stale fruitcake: Most people wish the givers would just keep it to themselves.

AP Fact Check: Trump's Slam on McCain Ignores Who Aided Vets

AP Fact Check: Trump's Slam on McCain Ignores Who Aided Vets

By Hope Yen and Calvin Woodward | Mar 21
President Donald Trump's posthumous slam on Sen. John McCain flips reality on its head when it comes to who gave veterans the option to see a private doctor at public expense.

Export Slump Deepens for American Whiskey Producers

Export Slump Deepens for American Whiskey Producers

By Bruce Schreiner | Mar 21
For American whiskey producers, their tariff-induced hangover became more painful in late 2018 when a downturn in exports accelerated, especially in the European Union — the industry's biggest overseas market.

Trump's Criticism of McCain Raises Ire of Some Republicans

Trump's Criticism of McCain Raises Ire of Some Republicans

By Laurie Kellman | Mar 21
Casting aside rare censure from Republican lawmakers, President Donald Trump aimed new blasts of invective at the late John McCain, even claiming credit for the senator's moving Washington funeral and complaining he was never properly thanked.

Lawsuit: Harvard 'Shamelessly' Profits from Photos of Slaves

Lawsuit: Harvard 'Shamelessly' Profits from Photos of Slaves

By Collin Binkley | Mar 21
Harvard University has "shamelessly" turned a profit from photos of two 19th-century slaves while ignoring requests to turn the photos over to the slaves' descendants, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday.

AP Fact Check: Trump Attacks Russia Probe as Biased

AP Fact Check: Trump Attacks Russia Probe as Biased

By Hope Yen and Eric Tucker | Mar 21
Seeking to discredit a highly anticipated report on the Russia investigation, President Donald Trump is attacking the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller by falsely claiming it was biased and conflicted.

Floodwaters Threaten Millions in Crop and Livestock Losses

Floodwaters Threaten Millions in Crop and Livestock Losses

By David Pitt and Margery Beck | Mar 20
The rising water that has damaged hundreds of homes and been blamed for three deaths has also taken a heavy toll on agriculture, inundating thousands of acres, threatening stockpiled grain and killing livestock.

Colleges Weigh Fate of Students with Tainted Applications

Colleges Weigh Fate of Students with Tainted Applications

By Collin Binkley | Mar 20
In the wake of a massive college bribery scheme, the schools caught in the middle have been left facing a thorny question: What to do about the students who may have been admitted through fraud?

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