“Armed and dangerous” escaped inmates trigger manhunt in Georgia

A massive manhunt is underway Tuesday afternoon for two “armed and dangerous” inmates of a central Georgia prison who disarmed and killed the guards who were transporting them on a prison bus with other inmates early Tuesday morning. Donnie “Whiskey” Rowe, 43, and Ricky Dubose, 24, overpowered and killed the…

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The Rise and Fall of a Billionaire Arab Playboy

At his peak, Adnan Khashoggi was a billionaire arms dealer whose lifestyle was so lavish and scandalous it was turned into a best-selling novel.

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Female student, 59, sues her poetry professor ‘after getting an F’

Donna Kikkert, 59, filed a complaint against Patricia Dyjak (pictured), claiming the professor’s teaching material had alienated ‘mainstream’ students at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

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Rural Jails Are Locking Up More and More Americans

Sparsely populated areas have fewer resources to help people avoid incarceration—and a financial incentive to build bigger jails.

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Students create app to warn about ICE agents on campus

Illegal immigrant students in Georgia have developed a mobile alert service to warn of the presence of immigration enforcement agents on campus.

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Old book excerpts by Hillary Clinton reveal she used black prison labor

A pro-Bernie Sanders supporter posted extracts from Clinton’s 1996 book which suggests the convicted black people working for her were “emotional illiterates.”

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College student caught shoplifting from Walmart said she was studying kleptomania

GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming college student who told officers she was working on a term paper on kleptomania after she was caught shoplifting faces three felony charges.

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