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9 HOURS AGO - Forbes

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Portland Trail Blazers Involved in Two Most Expensive Remaining NBA Games

The stretch run of the NBA season is upon us, and the playoffs are right around the corner. There are extremely tight races for the final playoff spots in both conferences, with a litany of teams looking to capture those final playoff positions. The Oklahoma City Thunder and New Orleans [...]

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10 HOURS AGO - The Economist

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The present past

FOR something that ended 150 years ago on April 9th, America’s civil war is strangely newsworthy. Last month the Supreme Court heard a case that asked whether Texas should allow the Sons of Confederate Veterans to put a Confederate flag on their car licence-plates, and two white students were expelled from the University of Oklahoma for singing a song about ...

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Tornado Can't Stop Gymnastics Team

Days after a tornado wrecked their gym while they were inside, an Oklahoma gymnastic team returns to competition. KJRH's Nathan Edwards reports.

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MAR 31, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Congressman's son a defendant in fraternity-death lawsuits

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — The son of U.S. Rep. John Carney, D-Del., is one of five defendants in two lawsuits seeking at least $50 million stemming from the death of a Clemson University fraternity pledge. "No one — certainly no parent — can feel anything but sympathy for this family's grief and anger," John Carney and his wife, Tracey Quillen ...

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MAR 31, 2015 - WorldNetDaily

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Justice Dept levels anti-transgender bias accusation

The U.S. Department of Justice, for the first time in history, has cited the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to sue a university over claims administrators wrongfully denied a promotion and tenure to a professor who was born a male but lives as a female. Rachel Tudor, a professor at Southeastern Oklahoma State University who lives as [...]

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