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Obama: Law school should be two years

President Barack Obama argued Friday that the amount of time it takes to obtain a law degree should be shortened as a way for students to save money.

China's oldest living woman will celebrate her 116 birthday Sunday

China's oldest living woman will be celebrating her birthday this Sunday, August 25. State run television station CCTV reports the woman, Fu Suquing, turned 116 years old last month, but is celebrating her birthday Sunday.

March on Washington: Throngs mark 'I Have a Dream' anniversary

Standing on the spot where 50 years earlier Martin Luther King Jr. made "I have a dream" the clarion call of the civil rights movement, a broader call for equality rang out Saturday.

A-Rod Grocery store seeks a new name

The name A-Rod seems to have tarnished not only baseball, but also bodegas.

Public memorial set for Hannah Anderson's mom, brother

Nearly three weeks after authorities found their charred remains in a family friend's home, Hannah Anderson's mother and brother will be remembered Saturday at a public memorial service.

Lawsuit against Paula Deen dismissed

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against celebrity chef, Paula Deen. It is not known if there was a settlement in the case.

Teen arrested for allegedly beating 88-year-old WWII veteran to death

A juvenile has been arrested by Spokane police in connection with the beating death of an 88-year-old World War II veteran this week, police said Friday.

Lawsuit: Police videotaped DUI suspects undressing, using the toilet

"A peep show." That's how attorney James Egan described the jail in Puyallup, Washington. In a lawsuit filed Thursday on behalf of 12 plaintiffs -- 11 women and one man -- Egan alleges that police there recorded suspects undressing and using th

Glenn Greenwald's partner David Miranda wins partial court victory

LONDON (CNN) -- David Miranda, the partner of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, won a partial victory in his legal action against the Metropolitan Police Thursday, but the judge left a loophole that allows the police to continue investigating the

Report: Mubarak taken from prison to house arrest

Egypt's former president, Hosni Mubarak, left prison Thursday for a military hospital where he'll be under house arrest, state-run media outlet Al-Ahram reported. A court ordered Mubarak released this week, but Egypt's military issued a decree to