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'He was right, I was wrong': Former FBI director James Comey admits he was wrong to defend FBI's use of the FISA surveillance process
"He was right, I was wrong," former FBI director James Comey said on Fox News Sunday. "I was overconfident, as director, in our procedures."
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Hurley modeled her own swimwear line days after admitting she doesn't work out.
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The Heat suspended Dion Waiters six games for “failure to adhere to team policies, violation of team rules and continued insubordination.”
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A Missouri family is celebrating their daughter's homecoming after she spent nearly nine months in the NICU. Joy Day was born Feb. 2, weighing 2 pounds, 1 ounce, at MU Women's and Children's Hospital in Columbia. Joy had many health scares and there were times when doctors didn't think she'd survive.
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A couple whose infant daughter died a decade ago says their relationship has completely deteriorated.
Clint Eastwood might end up with a lump of box office coal after "Richard Jewell" sputtered in its domestic debut. Despite critical acclaim, Warner Bros.' drama about the security guard falsely accused by the media for playing a part in the 1996 Olympics bombing ignited with a dismal $5 million from 2,502 theaters. It's a […]
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Texas State University student sues Pi Kappa Phi fraternity after alleged attack leaves him with brain damage
A Texas State University student is suing the school's chapter of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity after he was left with brain damage and other severe injuries as a result of fraternity members allegedly attacking him on the street. Senior Nikolas Panagiotopoulos, 22, and a friend were allegedly attacked as they walked past a building owned and operated by the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity's Eta Rho chapter on Oct. 27 around 2:30 a.m., according to a petition filed in Travis County District Court last week.