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Mother calls for tougher Indiana bullying laws

WHITELAND, Ind. - An Indiana woman who says her daughter was bullied so often that she pulled her from school to protect her has launched a campaign that she hopes will lead lawmakers to expand the state's definition of bullying and impose harsh punishment for offenders. -á


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Affordable Act protests growing

As the Supreme Court approaches a monumental decision with the Affordable Act of 2010, its opposition and supporters are growing heated as rallies and protests become more frequent.




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Powerful quake shakes areas of Greece and Turkey

ATHENS, Greece - A powerful earthquake shook Greece's island of Rhodes and southwestern Turkey on Sunday. No deaths or serious damage were reported, but officials said six people were hurt in Turkey by jumping out of buildings.


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Police: 3 killed in shooting near Auburn U.

AUBURN, Alabama - A gunman opened fire during a fight at a party at an apartment complex near Auburn University, killing three people, including two former football players for the school's team, authorities said Sunday. Three other people were injured, with one in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head.


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Pence fiscal push lacks social fire that built him

INDIANAPOLIS - Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence built a national brand name for himself as an unabashed social and religious conservative, a good-natured warrior for the causes he believes in. But talk of those causes has been largely absent from his run for Indiana governor over the last year.



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Village hits a roadblock

Efforts to revitalize Ball State's Village have been an ongoing process, but developers may have hit a standstill.


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State unions in Ind. say they have little to lose

INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana's public labor unions say they have little left to lose, even if the results of Wisconsin's recall election inspire state lawmakers to push anti-union legislation further. -á


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Doctor-lawyer will intervene in Idaho fetal pain case

BOISE, Idaho - A southeastern Idaho lawyer who is also a doctor will be allowed to intervene in a legal challenge to the state's so-called fetal pain abortion law in a case that could set national precedent. -á


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Ray Bradbury, author of 'Fahrenheit 451,' dies

LOS ANGELES - Ray Bradbury, the science fiction-fantasy master who transformed his childhood dreams and Cold War fears into telepathic Martians, lovesick sea monsters, and, in uncanny detail, the high-tech, book-burning future of "Fahrenheit 451," has died. He was 91.






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