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The terrorism case against an Alabama man accused of planning to wage violent jihad in Africa may hinge on just how well he knew a man on the FBI's most-wanted terrorist list.
An undefeated central New York high school football team will not play in Saturday's championship game after a state appeals judge refused to lift a suspension for recruiting violations.
Navy entered Saturday's game having just hurdled the haunting memory of the botched extra point attempt that handed them a one-point loss against Air Force a week earlier. After another seemingly benign field goal kick went awry against Southern Miss, they'll have to do it all over again this week.
A Mississippi city has shut down a night club where three University of Southern Mississippi players were shot Sunday.
Police have arrested two people in the shootings of three University of Southern Mississippi football players and are looking for a third.
University of Southern Mississippi linebacker Martez Smith is paralyzed from the waist down after being shot outside a nightclub over the weekend along with two of his teammates, a person familiar with the situation said Tuesday.
"You can't get up on every issue when you're in the minority," said state Sen. Tim Green, a Democrat from St. Louis. "So you pick the ones you're most passionate about."
Associated Press "You can't get up on every issue when you're in the minority," said Missouri state Sen. Tim Green, St. Louis Democrat. "So you pick the ones you're most passionate about."