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Ex-Cop Robs Bank to Get Health Care in Prison

It happened in Columbus, Georgia. A former Columbus police officer admitted in court that he robbed a bank last year so he can get health care in a federal prison.

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Maybe a Dingo Really Did Eat Her Baby

A coroner in Darwin, Australia says she will rule soon on the results of the fourth inquest into the most notorious and bitterly controversial legal drama in the nation's history:  the 1980 death of a 9-week-old baby whose parents say was taken by a dingo from her tent in the Australian Outback.

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Church Workers Not Eligible for Student Loan Forgiveness

Did you know that if you got through college and/or seminary on federally guaranteed student loans, and went into any kind of ministry or church work after graduation, you have been cut out of the Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program?

We didn't either, but it's true, and church leaders all over the country are concerned and protesting the change.

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Update: Judge Rules Captive Animals are NOT Slaves

A federal judge in San Diego has tossed out an unprecedented lawsuit that was aimed at getting constitutional protection against slavery for a group of orcas that perform at SeaWorld parks.

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Photo courtesy University of North Dakota
Photo courtesy University of North Dakota
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Battle Over ‘Fighting Sioux’ Name Goes On

In the face of a controversy that has embroiled the entire state, the University of North Dakota will continue to use its contentious nickname, the "Fighting Sioux."

Even so, many school fans are growing weary of the seven-year fight over a name many people think is demeaning to Native Americans.

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PETA Lawsuit Claims Performing Orcas are Slaves

Are the captive killer whales at SeaWorld and other sea parks "slaves" that are being held in involuntary servitude?  Do orcas and other animals have the same rights as humans?

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals says "yes" to both questions, and they're making a federal case out of it.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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California Appeals Court Declares Prop 8 Gay Marriage Ban Unconstitutional

Advocates of same-sex marriage rights got a boost on Tuesday when a federal appeals court declared California’s gay marriage ban to be unconstitutional.

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Scales of Justice - via Bruno Vincent, Getty Images
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Georgia Assisted Suicide Law Overturned

Georgia's highest court has thrown out a state law that was aimed at stopping  assisted suicides, ruling that the law violated the free speech rights of four members of an assisted suicide group .

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