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Ex-warden blames prisoner for slow execution
The former warden of Oklahoma's death chamber says Clayton Lockett was probably trying to create problems that occurred during his execution by fasting and cutting himself before the procedure.
Police say Minn. teen planned to kill family, bomb school
A 17-year old student is accused of organizing an elaborate plot to murder his family and attack his school sometime in the next two weeks in an effort to kill as many students as he could, according to police.
Big changes in NCAA will affect future of college sports
In case you missed it, the NCAA officially cried "Uncle" last week and handled over certain decision making authority to officials with the five major conferences – the ones with the true power, clout and deep pockets.
Bride dies, groom injured in car crash five days before wedding
An assistant college basketball coach from Georgia was seriously hurt and his fiancee killed when he lost contol of his car and struck a concrete bridge support near Atlanta. They were driving to Mobile, Alabama to get married Saturday.
What will happen in NFL draft? No one really knows
Despite the hours spent interviewing coaches, watching film and developing well-reasoned mock draft lists, the truth about the 2014 NFL draft remains a mystery, well-guarded by teams that have nothing to gain by publicly sharing their innermost thoughts.
Train, entertain your pets with these 3 smartphone apps
While they may not have thumbs to use the phone, pets can benefit from smartphone apps designed specifically for them.
Fired coach unjustly accused of visiting porn sites
The president of Minnesota State University-Mankato accused a football coach of looking at Internet porn on a work computer before firing him, an arbitrator has revealed. The official said the claim could not be supported, and the coach shouldn't have been fired.
Taking someone out to the ballgame gets expensive
Families in big-league cities like Boston and New York pay steep prices to catch a baseball game. It's not so expensive everywhere - especially if you're frugal.
VIDEO: White House may ban selfies
The White House wasn't too pleased after Red Sox player David Ortiz snapped a selfie with President Obama that was later used promotionally by Samsung.
As Final Four tips off, all eyes are on the refs
Whistles have changed the course of the NCAA tournament. Let's just hope one doesn't decide college basketball's next national champion.
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