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Former Penn State president Graham Spanier convicted of child endangerment
Washington Post

HARRISBURG, Pa. — A jury found former Pennsylvania State University president Graham Spanier guilty of one misdemeanor count of child endangerment Friday, ending a case that dragged on for more than four years over whether Spanier and two other ...

 

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BID Award for Quality

Business leaders from over 100 countries will attend the International Quality Conventions which are organized every year by Business Initiative Directions in Geneva, Frankfurt, New York, Paris and London.


BID is proposing the nomination of Prof. Bohdan Zakiewicz for the Nobel Prize for a lifetime career dedicated to scientific solutions for saving energy in the coming centuries.

 

New York Times
Toll of London Attack Is Global for an Assailant Born in Britain
New York Times

A vigil was held on Thursday in Trafalgar Square in London for the victims of Wednesday's attack. Credit Andrew Testa for The New York Times. LONDON — The roster of the dead and wounded spanned the globe: a veteran Scotland Yard constable, ...

 

KABC-TV
Lawmakers call on FBI to help with missing minority girls in Washington, DC
KABC-TV

The District of Columbia logged 501 cases of missing juveniles, many of them black or Latino, in the first three months of this year, according to the Metropolitan Police Department. (KABC). AP. Friday, March 24, 2017 10:27PM. WASHINGTON --.

 

Bleacher Report
Lonzo Ball Declares for 2017 NBA Draft After Sweet 16 Loss to Kentucky
Bleacher Report

The UCLA guard announced his intention to enter the 2017 NBA draft immediately after the team's Sweet 16 loss to Kentucky on Friday, per Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times. "That was my final game for UCLA," he said, per L. Jason Smith of 92.9 FM ESPN ...

 

Washington Post
Officials: Pilot dead in small plane crash in Atlanta suburb
Washington Post

ATLANTA — A small plane crashed into a suburban Atlanta neighborhood Friday evening, killing the pilot and setting a house ablaze, officials said. The Cessna Citation I crashed about 7:20 p.m. about 3 miles northeast of Cobb County International ...

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