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U.S. Army hearing officer recommends no jail for Bergdahl


SAN ANTONIO - The U.S. military officer who headed a hearing in the case of accused deserter Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl recommended that the man held captive by the Taliban in Afghanistan should not be sent to a military prison, Bergdahl's lawyers said.

Some conservatives quietly campaign against Ryan for speaker

WASHINGTON - Some conservatives in the Republican party are sharpening their knives to keep Representative Paul Ryan from succeeding House Speaker John Boehner, even as they say publicly the election of the next speaker will center on reforms in the U.S. House of Representatives instead of the candidates.

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Cosby testifies for seven hours in abuse suit, lawyer says

BOSTON - Bill Cosby testified under oath for about seven hours on Friday in response to a civil suit brought by a woman who accuses the veteran comedian of sexually abusing her when she was 15, a lawyer for the plaintiff said on Saturday.

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Secret Service agent credited with saving Reagan dies at 85

- Jerry Parr, the U.S. Secret Service agent credited with saving President Ronald Reagan's life during an assassination attempt more than three decades ago, has died at the age of 85.

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California governor approves bill to help immigrant crime victims

SAN FRANCISCO - California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill designed to help undocumented immigrants who are victims of violent crime, by introducing time limits on law enforcement's response to their U.S. visa applications in an attempt to standardize police forces' uneven treatment of applicants.

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In familiar ritual, Obama consoles families from Oregon mass shooting

ROSEBURG, Ore. - President Barack Obama, in a ritual that has become both familiar and frustrating to him, traveled to Oregon on Friday to console families of the victims of a community college shooting that once again sparked a push for U.S. gun reform. | Video

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Student charged with killing one, wounding three at Arizona university

PHOENIX - An 18-year-old student killed a classmate and wounded three other students when he opened fire during a confrontation on the campus of Northern Arizona University early on Friday, in the latest shooting to hit a U.S. school, authorities said. | Video

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California border patrol supervisor accused of false alerts on U.S. resident

SAN DIEGO - A U.S. Border Patrol supervisor has been charged with creating bogus alerts in the agency's database to force routine stops, sometimes at gunpoint, of a legal U.S. resident who frequently crosses the border with Mexico, court documents said on Friday.

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One killed, one wounded in shooting near Texas Southern University

HOUSTON - One person was fatally shot on Friday and another person was wounded in a shooting an apartment complex adjacent to the campus of Texas Southern University in Houston, and two suspects have been taken into custody, the school said. | Video

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Los Angeles approves sweeping earthquake building-safety rules

LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles on Friday approved safety standards that will require earthquake retrofits at thousands of apartment buildings and establish the nation's toughest rules for structurally weak concrete buildings.

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