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Arias told the judge that she thought she was at risk, even though she is in custody.
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the Connecticut school.
Separatist rebels fired on Ukrainian positions nearly 50 times in the past 24 hours.
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Former New York mayor says president doesn't love the United States.
FBI is conducting a separate investigation into whether incident could be a hate crime.
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Federal prosecutors charged Duke Energy with violating Clean Water Act for coal ash spill.
Couple had broken up four months before murder, attempted suicide.
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Mogadishu's deputy mayor and a legislator were killed in the attack.
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