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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Leah
Some people in the United States and Canada who have been without electricity since Saturday may not get their lights back on for another day.
An organ donation group says more than 100,000 people used a Facebook feature on its first day to declare they are donors.
Coach Bruce Pearl likes to talk about family, both his real family and his Tennessee Volunteers family. Fortunately for him, the two overlap.
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Tracie Bradford, of Perry Hall, Md., consoles her daughter Leah, a student at Perry Hall High School who says she was in the school's cafeteria when a student was shot there and critically wounded on the first day of classes.
Tracie Bradford, of Perry Hall, Md., consoles her daughter Leah, a student at Perry Hall High School who says she was in the school's cafeteria when a student was shot there and critically wounded on the first day of classes, Monday, Aug. 27, 2012, in Perry Hall, Md.