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Tornadoes hit Colo.; more storms today in Plains

Tornadoes hit ColoradoSevere storms and tornadoes lashed eastern Colorado Saturday, damaging property but causing no fatalities. Overall, there were 15 reports of tornadoes, according to the Storm Prediction Center.

One twister injured five people in Wray, Colo. More storms are forecast to batter the Plains on Sunday and Monday.

Several trailers were also toppled near Wiggins, Colo., Saturday afternoon after the National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado had touched down in the area.

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Professor suspected of being a terrorist because of a math equation

Professor suspected of terrorismA math equation landed an Ivy League professor on an American Airlines flight in questioning Thursday under suspicion of being a terrorist.

Guido Menzio, an economist at the University of Pennsylvania, was working on a differential equation while waiting for the Syracuse-bound plane to take off from Philadelphia, the Washington Post reported. He had to present the findings of a working paper at Queen's University. But a passenger somehow mistook the equation for Arabic or some sort of Islamic code for a terrorist attack.

That's how the 41-minute flight ended up delayed by two hours—a false alarm the olive-skinned, curly, dark-haired native Italian chalked up to racial profiling.

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Sister of former Justice O'Connor killed in Arizona crash

Sister of Sandra Day O'Connor killed in crashThe sister of former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was killed a car crash Saturday in Arizona.

Ann Day, 77, suffered fatal injuries after her vehicle was struck by two other cars in the Tucson area, Pima County sheriff's spokesman Ryan Inglett said.

Day was a former Arizona Republican state senator and Pima County supervisor.  She was driving eastbound on Ina Road around 7:40 a.m. when an oncoming car crossed the median. Day's vehicle was hit head-on, Inglett said.

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Way Too Many Tourists Are Dying In Hawaii

Way Too Many Tourists Dying in ParadiseOn Tuesday, a 27-year-old visitor from Japan died while scuba diving off the island of Oahu. Tatsumi Umemura became unresponsive in the water, an Emergency Medical Services spokeswoman told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. The cause of death hadn’t been determined.

A Chinese tourist, 21-year-old Mei Jun Huang, was pronounced dead Tuesday after sustaining injuries on a waterfall hike in Maui. She was reportedly found by fellow hikers submerged in the waterfall’s pond, according to Maui Now.

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Md. shooting suspect got handguns despite protective order

Md. shooting suspect had protective orderThe suspect in a Maryland shooting spree somehow obtained two handguns used in the attacks, police said, even after a judge issued a protective order against him for alleged domestic abuse.

The two-day rampage left three people dead, including the suspect's estranged wife. Police charged Eulalio Tordil, 62, on Friday with three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder and four counts of use of a handgun in the commission of a felony in the shootings.

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Alabama Supreme Court chief justice suspended for efforts to block gay marriage

Roy MooreAlabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore was suspended and charged with ethics violations for trying to undermine a federal law legalizing gay marriage.

Moore, for the second time in his career, will face the charges before the Alabama Court of the Judiciary and the possibility of permanent removal from office. A state judicial oversight commission filed the complaint Friday, claiming abuse of power, VOA reported.

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Officer Captured After Shooting Spree Leaves 3 Dead In Maryland

Officer captured after shooting spreeA federal officer is in custody after allegedly shooting three people dead and injuring three others within 24 hours in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, in three separate locations.

Eulalio Tordil, 62, allegedly shot and killed his estranged wife on Thursday evening outside High Point High School in Beltsville, Maryland, and wounded another person, according to police.

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