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Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino fired following corruption, fraud investigation

Louisville basketball head coach Rick Pitino was officially fired Monday following a federal investigation into corruption and fraud claims against the athletic program.

New York City brings back problem teachers full-time – for now

New York City public schools will re-open their classrooms this week to as many as 400 former full-time teachers including many removed for incompetence or other disciplinary reasons – an attempt to ease a multi-million-dollar taxpayer burden from a 2005 deal that unions have since used to protect teachers from being fired.

Driver of deadly immigrant smuggling run pleads guilty

The driver of a semitrailer packed with at least 39 immigrants, 10 of whom died, has pleaded guilty to making the deadly smuggling run.

Toronto schools drop 'chief' from job titles to avoid offending indigenous people

Canada's largest school board decided last week to remove the word "chief" from job titles to avoid offending indigenous peoples.

The Latest: Jury deadlocks in trial over burning death

The Latest on the trial of a Mississippi man charged in the burning death of a woman (all times local): 1:25 p.m.

Roofers in Maine stop work to respect national anthem, flag

Three Maine roofers put their hammers down and stood up to show respect for the national anthem on Saturday, in the process unknowingly posing for a photo that's been used to symbolize one side of the contentious nationwide debate about "The Star-Spangled Banner."

Trump slams Clinton for defending NFL anthem kneelers, says that 'thinking' is why she lost

President Trump hammered Hillary Clinton on Monday for her defense of NFL players protesting the national anthem, saying that kind of "thinking" is why she lost the election.

Trump says subpoena filed against him for sexual assault is 'fake news'

President Donald Trump again slammed “fake news” Monday, this time denouncing sexual assault allegations made against him after a former contestant from “The Apprentice” filed a subpoena against the Trump campaign.

Chicago aims to hire 1,000 police to combat high crime rate, address surge in retirements

In one of its most ambitious recruitment drives ever, Chicago officials say they have received more than 10,000 applications for law enforcement jobs, ahead of the midnight deadline to “protect and serve” in a city grappling with a seemingly unending wave of high crime.