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Louisville basketball will vacate 2013 national title as NCAA upholds ruling after sex scandal
The decision stems from a 2015 investigation that found members of the coaching staff provided prostitutes and strippers for players and recruits. It is the first time in modern NCAA history that a major men’s basketball national championship has been vacated.


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Most Americans say Trump, Congress not doing enough to stop mass shootings
A Washington Post-ABC News poll, conducted after a gunman killed 17 people at a Florida high school, illustrates the differing opinions over how to respond to gun violence and highlights the intense frustration with inaction in Congress.



Renewed debate on gun control puts spotlight on students, public officials
As mourning continues after the Parkland, Fla., massacre, a series of high-profile events this week will put a glaring spotlight on the question that has been asked over and over since the attack: What can be done to stop it from happening again?






More than 100 killed in one of the bloodiest attacks of Syria’s war
Many of the victims were children, who died as warplanes pounded a cluster of towns and villages in Ghouta, a rebel-held district east of Damascus.


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Son-in-law of Russian businessman to plead guilty to making false statements in Mueller probe
Alex Van Der Zwaan was charged with one count of making false statements about his work as an attorney employed by a law firm engaged in 2012 by the Ukraine Ministry of Justice to prepare a report on the trial of former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko.


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New Pennsylvania congressional map erases 1,100 miles of district borders
The state's high court redrew the congressional district map after finding that the previous map was an illegal gerrymander that deprived voters of their right to participate in free and equal elections.


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GOP senator suggests we need fewer immigrants because robots are coming
Will Americans need to compete with immigrants for jobs that are going to be increasingly rare because of automation?


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How a skier managed to compete at the Olympics despite not being very good
Elizabeth Swaney — who was born and raised in the United States but competed for Hungary in PyeongChang — had observers disagreeing about whether she was an embarrassment to the Games or an admirable study in persistence.


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Why Trump might bend nuclear security rules to help Saudi Arabia build reactors in the desert
For Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, the reactors are a matter of international prestige and power. For the Trump administration, the contest for a multibillion-dollar contract for the project poses a thorny choice between promoting U.S. companies and fighting nuclear proliferation.


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