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Hanging deaths in US South recall painful history

Hanging deaths in southWhen a black teenager was found hanging from a swing set by a belt that was not his own one morning late last summer, the first thought by his friends, family, and community was that it wasn’t a suicide. Lennon Lacy, they believe, was lynched.

Now, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched a probe into the death, which the coroner in Bladen County, North Carolina, initially ruled a suicide based on evidence his family says is circumstantial: that he was distraught over the recent death of his uncle.

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Elite FBI forensic experts gave flawed evidence for two decades

FBI gave false hair evidenceThe FBI and U.S. Justice Department have acknowledged that almost all of the experts in a forensic unit dedicated to microscopic hair comparison gave flawed testimony against defendants before 2000, the Washington Post said.

The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Innocence Project found that 26 of the 28 examiners in the FBI's microscopic hair comparison unit overstated evidence in more than 95 percent of 268 trials that the groups have examined so far, the Post said.

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Woman Cites Religious Freedom Law To Defend Her Right To Feed The Homeless​

Woman cite religious freedom lawJoan Cheever of San Antonio has been serving meals to the city’s homeless for 10 years. But last week, police officers handed her a ticket with a potential fine of $2,000. Despite having a food permit for the food truck she cooks out of, which she calls the Chow Train, she was cited for transporting and serving it from a different vehicle.

But that hasn’t stopped her from continuing to hand out three-course meals to the homeless. On Friday, she went back to Maverick Park with 50 supporters to hand out food, and this time she wasn’t ticketed. Cheever has argued that she has a right to feed the homeless under Texas’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act because she considers it exercising her religious beliefs.

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Skeptics suspicious of sudden Walmart closures, claims of plumbing issues

Walmart protestMultiple Walmart stores across the United States caught employees and customers off-guard this week when the massive retail chain abruptly shut down some of its stores and laid off more than 2,000 workers.

Customers and employees showed up to a location in Pico Rivera, Calif. on Monday to find locked doors and a sign that read simply, "closed indefinitely." For the store's near 550 workers, it was quite a shock.

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Texas lawmakers poised to allow the open carrying of handguns

Texas open carry gun lawTexas lawmakers are on the brink of passing “open carry” gun legislation that critics say will put the public at risk.

The Texas House voted 96-35 to provisionally approve the bill in Austin on Friday night. It will allow firearms owners in Texas who have concealed handgun permits –some 850,000 people – to openly carry their weapons in public in a hip or shoulder holster.

The scheme had been expected to pass earlier in the week but Democrats managed to stall it on a technicality and unsuccessfully tried to dilute it by giving large cities the right to introduce get-out ordinances. They also wanted to make it easier for private businesses to display signs prohibiting weapons on the premises.

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At least 14 injured in Fresno gas pipeline explosion

fresno gas explosionA gas pipeline explosion near Fresno injured at least 14 people and shut down a section of Highway 99 for several hours Friday afternoon, the Fresno Fire Department said.

Traffic going north and south on Highway 99 was halted by the explosion at about 2:30 p.m. Southbound lanes on Highway 99 were reopened at about 3:30 p.m. Friday, but northbound lanes remained closed.

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IBM voices strong opposition to proposed Louisiana religious freedom bill

Louisiana GovernorIBM voiced "strong opposition" to Louisiana's proposed religious freedom bill, asking Gov. Bobby Jindal to work with state lawmakers to ensure the legislation is not discriminatory.

IBM vice president James Driesse said such a bill would create a hostile environment for the tech company's employees and prospective employees.

"IBM has made significant investments in Louisiana including most recently a technology services delivery center in Baton Rouge, creating new jobs for Louisiana workers. We located the center in Baton Rouge because we believe Louisiana has great talent and would continue to be a rich source of such talent," Driesse said.

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