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Ex-principal: Rights were violated when losing job over gift

A former Michigan school principal says his rights were violated when he was forced out of his job for giving a gift that he said was based on an inside joke to a woman who was leaving for another job.

Jury gets case in trial of white cop who killed black teen

The defense rested its case Friday in the homicide trial of a white police officer charged with shooting and killing an unarmed black teenager near Pittsburgh, signaling the jury will soon get the case.

Watchdog: FEMA wrongly released personal data of victims

A government watchdog has found the Federal Emergency Management Agency wrongly released to a contractor the personal information of 2.3 million survivors of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and the California wildfires in 2017.

Paddlers can access Potomac when Trump visits his golf club

Water sports enthusiasts will get more opportunities to paddle the Potomac River near the Trump National Golf Club in northern Virginia even when the president is visiting the property.

Police: Man allegedly confessed after woman's 1986 slaying

A man arrested in a southwestern Michigan cold case slaying was not charged in the years after the killing despite alleged confessions to police.

Robert Durst faces new lawsuit in death of first wife

The legal saga surrounding real estate scion Robert Durst found yet another venue Friday, as a new lawsuit accused him of killing his first wife in New York and disposing of her body in 1982.

Texas sheriff's deputy recovering after being shot

A West Texas sheriff's deputy was recovering Friday after being shot during an early morning traffic stop, authorities said.

UCLA soccer coach steps down amid college admission scandal bribery allegations

A UCLA soccer coach resigned Thursday after being accused of accepting a $100,000 bribe to add a real estate developer’s daughter to the university’s women’s soccer team roster despite her having no prior competitive soccer experience.