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March 8, 2018 RSS feed / News

Confessions brought relief, but now serial killer set to walk free

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — One of two brothers who admitted stalking, raping and killing young women during a string of eight murders in the 1980s is close to walking out of prison.  Nathaniel Cook confessed to three murders with his older brothe More...

Pennsylvania election to test labor’s strength and loyalty

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The fight for the hearts and minds of America’s labor unions is raging in western Pennsylvania, where Joe Biden has suddenly stopped smiling.  In the midst of a speech to boost Democrat Conor Lamb ahead of next week More...

Federal law poses dilemma for dying vets seeking lethal drugs

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Suffering from heart problems, Bob Sloan told his children he wants to use California’s new law allowing life-ending drugs for the terminally ill when his disease becomes too advanced to bear.  More...

Lawsuit: Pa. failing its students

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pennsylvania has failed its constitutional duty to provide its students with an adequate education, a long-running lawsuit brought by school districts, parents and activist groups alleged Wednesday before a panel of judges in Phil More...

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