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Baltimore man arrested in weekend shooting of brother-in-law, police say

Baltimore man arrested in weekend shooting of brother-in-law, police say

A 38-year-old Baltimore man has been charged with attempted murder in the non-fatal shooting of his brother-in-law following a family dispute this weekend, Baltimore Police said Monday. Jason Adams, of the 3000 block of Echodale Avenue, had been arguing with his wife when his wife's brother, who...

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    Tom Brady is Under Armour's 'muse' on new athlete recovery line

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  • This is what Betsy DeVos thinks about people who oppose her school-choice vision

    This is what Betsy DeVos thinks about people who oppose her school-choice vision

    During the Obama administration, Education Secretary Arne Duncan got pretty steamed at people who opposed his school reform efforts, especially his support for the Common Core State Standards. In 2013, for example, he went after Core critics, telling a group of state schools superintendents: "It's...

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