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FILE- In this April 30, 2008, file photo, Atlantic City mayoral candidate and former mayor, Lorenzo Langford, speaks at a news conference in Atlantic City. A loan program that was supposed to lend as much as $40 million to struggling homeowners and businesses in this cash-strapped resort city has given out nothing and instead led to a federal lawsuit. Atlantic City is suing to get back $3 million it gave to the company that has failed to run the Community Loan Program, launched in 2013 by Lorenzo Langford, the mayor at the time.  (Danny Drake/The Press of Atlantic City via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT
2 court fights after failed Atlantic City loan programCompany that got $3 million from Atlantic City but failed to make loans faces 2 court fights
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FILE - In this March 20, 2015, file phot, Georgetown coach John Thompson III speaks during a news conference at the NCAA college basketball tournament in Portland, Ore. The National Association For Coaching Equity and Development, a group led by Texas Tech coach Tubby Smith, Georgetown coach John Thompson III and former Georgia Tech coach Paul Hewitt, issued a statement to The Associated Press on Friday, May 29, 2015, saying it applauds the NCAA's effort to better prepare students for the rigors of college but feels the changes disproportionately target minority and less affluent students. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File)
APNewsBreak: Coaches blast new NCAA eligibility standardsAPNewsBreak: New minority coaches' group calls for changes in NCAA eligibility requirements
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FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, file photo, District Attorney George Brauchler leaves district court after a brief status hearing regarding Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes, in Centennial, Colo. Prosecutors are methodically building a case that Holmes knew right from wrong when he planned and carried out the deadly Colorado theater shooting, hoping to convince jurors that he should be convicted and executed and not sent to a mental hospital. (RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via AP, Pool, File)
Holmes: Mind 'was kind of falling apart' before shootingHolmes told psychiatrist his 'mind was kind of falling apart' months before theater shooting
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FILE - In this Nov. 24, 2014 file photo, Sergio Jadue, president of the Chilean Football Association, shows a ballot with Chile’s name as the first pick for group 1, during the draw for the 2015 Copa America tournament in Vina del Mar, Chile. Within hours of the FIFA scandal breaking in late May 2015, Jadue was declaring his innocence, comments that raised eyebrows because he wasn’t formally accused of anything. He was referring to a part of the sweeping U.S. Justice Department indictments that, without specifying them by name, said the 10 presidents of the South American Football Confederation were to receive bribes in exchange for transmission rights to games of the Copa America. (AP Photo/Luis Hidalgo, File)
FIFA scandal reverberating across soccer-crazy South AmericaExtradition orders and probes as FIFA scandal ripples across soccer-crazy South America
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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is escorted to her place on stage by her friend, retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter, before Ginsburg participate in an interview during a luncheon at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard Friday, May 29, 2015, in Cambridge, Mass. Ginsburg will be awarded the Radcliffe Medal later in the program. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)
Ginsburg urges young women to wage inspiring fightsSupreme Court Justice Ginsburg reflects on her role advancing women's rights in Harvard speech
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Angelika Graswald is led out of court after her arraignment in Goshen, NY on Friday, May 29, 2015.   Graswald is accused of killing Vincent Viafore,  her fiance on the Hudson River by sabotaging his kayak (Allyse Pulliam/Times Herald-Record via AP, Pool)
Lawyer: Kayak death was accident after drinking, not murderWoman pleads not guilty to fiance's kayak killing; lawyer calls it an accident after drinking
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  • The Silver Line Is Coming; What Will It Look Like?

    County officials want to hear public input on Metro stations, and will unveil planning scenarios at Thursday night work session. Loudoun County encourages anyone interested in the development around the future Metrorail stations in Loudoun to attend an interactive work session from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Moorefield Station Elementary School, 22325 Mooreview Parkway in Ashburn., Wed, May 27 2015 @ 01:51 PM
  • Video surveillance shows missing SATs leaving Loudoun Co. school

    School surveillance video has added a new layer of intrigue to the search for hundreds of SAT exams that went missing from a Loudoun County school. Earlier this month, about 300 students at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Virginia, took the SAT at the school, but the test takers didn't learn until this week that the completed exams never arrived to the College Board. WTOP-FM Washington, Fri, May 29 2015 @ 03:32 PM
  • Hundreds of SATs from Virginia high school go missing

    Parents say hundreds of SAT tests taken by Virginia students at a high school were lost in the mail, leaving students in a bind. WJLA-TV reports tests are missing for 300 students who took the SAT on May 2 at Broad Run High School in Ashburn. KTRE-TV Lufkin, Thu, May 28 2015 @ 09:35 AM
  • Va. students forced to retake SAT after officials lost tests

    Bad news for about 100 students in Loudoun County, Virginia: Remember the relief you felt after finally finishing the SAT earlier this month? Pressure's back on, because you have to retake the test. Officials from The College Board, the company that administers the college aptitude test, confirmed Wednesday students who took the test May 2 at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Virginia, will have to retake the exam after their tests were lost. WDTN-TV Dayton, Thu, May 28 2015 @ 10:29 AM
  • Reston man sentenced to 29 years for rape of child

    A Reston man will spend 29 years in prison for raping a child under the age of 13 on several occasions, according to the Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney's Office. Loudoun Times, Fri, May 29 2015 @ 12:33 PM
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