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Second Whistleblower May Give House Democrats Fresh Information

House Democrats leading an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine may have fresh information to work with after a new whistleblower stepped forward with what the person's lawyer said was firsthand knowledge of key events.

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Protesters Shout Down New Ole Miss Chancellor Announcement in Oxford

Boyce was earlier hired by the university's private foundation to meet with influential individuals about the search. Boyce denied then he was seeking the job. He told The Associated Press, though, that he's motivated by a desire to serve a university that attracted him sight unseen to Mississippi decades ago from his native New York state.

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Federal Judge Upholds Affirmative Action at Harvard

A federal judge Tuesday cleared Harvard University of discriminating against Asian American applicants in a ruling that was seen as a major victory for supporters of affirmative action in college admissions across the U.S.

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City Councilman in Jackson Taking Medical Leave

Kenneth Stokes, the Jackson City Council's longest-serving member, is off the job, possibly for the rest of the year.

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Jury Convicts Ex-Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Neighbor

A white former Dallas police officer who said she fatally shot her unarmed, black neighbor after mistaking his apartment for her own was found guilty of murder on Tuesday.

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Sheriff, ACLU Propose Plan in Mississippi Racial Bias Case

A central Mississippi sheriff's department would adopt an "unbiased policing policy" and set new rules about traffic checkpoints and encounters with pedestrians, under a proposed agreement in a racial profiling lawsuit.

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Jack Abraham

Jack Abraham passed for 351 yards and three touchdowns and Southern Mississippi rolled to a 31-13 victory over UTEP in a Conference USA opener on Saturday.

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FEMA Opening 2 Disaster Recovery Centers in Mississippi

Two disaster recovery centers are opening in Mississippi to help people affected by storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes and flooding that happened in February and March.

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Mississippi Businessman Indicted in Massive Fraud Scheme

Federal prosecutors say a Mississippi businessman has been indicted in one of the nation's largest health care fraud investigations.

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Mississippi Confirms Its 1st Death Connected to Vaping

The Mississippi State Department of Health is confirming Mississippi's first death related to vaping.

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Whistleblower Complaint Says Trump Abused Power

A secret whistleblower complaint at the center of an impeachment inquiry alleges that President Donald Trump abused the power of his office to "solicit interference from a foreign country" in next year's U.S. election. The White House then tried to "lock down" the information to cover it up, the complaint says.

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Emmett Till Cousin on Inquiry: 'What is the Holdup?'

The government is still investigating the brutal slaying of Emmett Till, a black teenager whose death helped spur the civil rights movement more than 60 years ago.

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Memo: Trump Prodded Ukraine Leader on Biden Claims

President Donald Trump repeatedly prodded Ukraine's new leader to work with Rudy Giuliani and the U.S. attorney general to investigate Democratic political rival Joe Biden, according to a rough transcript summarizing the call released Wednesday.

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Pelosi Expected to Announce Impeachment Probe into Trump

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to announce a formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump late Tuesday, acquiescing to mounting pressure from Democratic lawmakers following reports that Trump may have sought a foreign government's help in his reelection bid.

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Mississippi Man Tried 6 Times for Murder Moved to Local Jail

A Mississippi man tried six times for murder is back in a local jail, awaiting a possible seventh trial.