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Latest Karen Klein Items
Two brothers who operated a North Dakota potato farm pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges they intentionally spoiled their spud crop after the 2006 harvest in order to collect federal disaster payments.
An online campaign that aimed to raise $5,000 to send a bullied bus monitor on vacation is winding down _ after tallying more than $683,000.
The pebble was tossed when a middle-school student in upstate New York posted a 10-minute video on his Facebook page.
A New York school bus monitor who was verbally assaulted by four middle schoolers, an attack that generated international outrage and an outpouring of support for the woman when a video of the taunts went viral, has told police she does not want the boys to face criminal charges.
A video of four seventh-grade boys mercilessly taunting a 68-year-old bus monitor in New York state that went viral has turned the victim into an international fundraising juggernaut and opened her tormentors to an onslaught of threats and abuse.