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Washington sheriff fires back at NFL over Josh Brown case

Josh Brown admitted abuseKing County Sheriff John Urquhart fired back at the NFL, which called his agency out for not disclosing the extent of New York Giants kicker Josh Brown's domestic violence accusations.

"I don’t like to get pushed around by a bully," Urquhart told KIRO-FM on Thursday. "Or I can be charitable and say they don’t know the facts. They don’t understand how public disclosure works. That’s a better way to put it, if I felt like being charitable.

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3 St. Louis basketball players face charges in rape case

Lindenwood U rape charges against 3Three basketball players at Lindenwood University in suburban St. Louis are facing charges in connection with an alleged rape.

Authorities say 22-year-old Ermias Tesfia Nega of Arlington, Virginia, and 19-year-old Tylan Jamon Birts of Homestead, Florida, were charged Oct. 14 with second-degree rape. A third player, 20-year-old Bradley Newman Jr. of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, was charged with second-degree invasion of privacy.

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Feds: 'Overwhelming' case against ex-NSA contractor accused of hoarding classified files

NSA agent stole filesFederal prosecutors fighting the potential release of a former National Security Agency contractor who had vast quantities of the spy agency's data stored at his home are warning that he poses a "grave and severe danger" if set free, but they have yet to point to any direct evidence that the computer specialist intended to disclose any classified information.

Despite the lack of clear evidence on that front, the actions of ex-contractor Harold Martin have clearly spooked the NSA and other intelligence agencies.

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FCA recalling 310,800 vehicles including Jeep Wrangler SUVs

FCA recallFiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling about 310,800 vehicles in two separate recalls involving Jeep Wrangler SUVs, Ram heavy duty pickup trucks and Dodge Charger sedans, the company said on Wednesday.

The largest recall is for 225,000 new-model Jeep Wrangler SUVs because of sensor wiring that may malfunction and keep air bags from deploying, the company said.

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Judge reaffirms nationwide ban on Obama transgender school bathroom policy

Transgender bathroom law A federal judge in Texas has largely rejected the Obama administration's request to narrow a nationwide injunction banning enforcement of an Education Department policy requiring public schools to allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms corresponding to their gender identity.

In an order issued late Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge Reed O'Connor made some changes to the ruling he issued in August at the request of 13 states opposed to the policy, but he left the Education Department unable to bring new cases enforcing transgender students' access to access to what he termed "intimate facilities" across the nation.

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Feds win round in legal fight over Obama transgender bathroom policy

Obama wins round in trans bathroom challengeThe Obama administration has won an early round in the legal battle over its drive to require local schools to allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond to the students' gender identity.

On Tuesday, a federal magistrate in Chicago recommended that a judge reject a preliminary injunction in which a group of students and parents sought to block enforcement of that policy and reverse local policies allowing a transgender girl to use girls' locker rooms at a high school in Palatine, Illinois.

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Extremist militias recruiting in fear of Clinton winning election, activists say

US militiaIn the past 12 months, Jessica Campbell has had her car’s fuel line cut and its wheel nuts loosened. Late last year, she had a GPS tracker surreptitiously attached to her vehicle. She is now accustomed to being tailed by unfamiliar vehicles on Interstate 5 near her home in Cottage Grove, just outside Eugene, Oregon. Strangers have regularly come uninvited onto her property; someone even stripped the barbed wire on her fence “just to send a message”. Online, she has repeatedly been threatened with rape and death.

And last week, when she showed up at the Canyon City community hall in Grant County, she told me that someone shot at her and her entourage. They misread their GPS, took a wrong turn and stopped to get their bearings when a crack rang out with what Campbell thought was a .22 bullet whizzing by their vehicle.

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