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WATCH: DA: DNA from 2016 rape linked to teen's alleged attacker

Authorities in North Carolina said investigators did not follow up on the results, which could have saved Hania Aguilar.

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WATCH: Estimated 26M Americans fall victim to porch pirates

The Jersey City Police Burglary Unit has teamed up with Amazon to plant tracking devices in fake packages to catch thieves.

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Fetal Tissue Research Is Curtailed by Trump Administration

Studies that rely on tissue from aborted fetuses have pitted abortion critics against scientists who say the research helps millions of people.

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Argentine actor in anti-sex abuse video accused of rape

An Argentine television actor who participated in a video asking women to denounce sexual assaults is himself being accused of rape

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‘We Didn’t Just Go Viral. We Planned.’ Prankster on the Holiday Party Fail Video That Fooled a Bunch of People

The heartbreaking video of a sad teacher was part of a class assignment

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Sting uses fake Amazon boxes, GPS to catch would-be thieves

The explosion in online shopping has led to porch pirates and stoop surfers swiping holiday packages from unsuspecting residents.

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DA: Evidence linking suspect to 2016 rape was overlooked

Michael Ray McLellan is charged with raping and killing a 13-year-old girl.

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WATCH: Deceptive 'free trial' ads and fake celebrity endorsements are a $1.3B problem: BBB

Millions in the U.S. are scammed by trial offers and subscription traps, according to a new report from the Better Business Bureau.

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BBB: Deceptive 'free trial' ads and fake celebrity endorsements are a $1.3B problem

Millions in the U.S. are scammed by trial offers and subscription traps -- with losses totaling more than $1.3 billion, according to a new report from the BBB.

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Samsung reconsiders its fake Supreme collaboration in China

Samsung caused controversy at the Chinese launch event of the Galaxy A8 earlier this week, when it announced it would be partnering with ...

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CNN fired him for speech some deemed anti-Semitic. But his university says the Constitution protects him.

The professor of media studies, who was fired by CNN for language construed as hostile to the existence of the state of Israel, was protected by the ...

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Google studies steps to open representative office in Vietnam, government says

Alphabet Inc's Google is studying steps toward opening a representative office in Vietnam, the government of the Southeast Asian nation said on its website, citing Google's Senior Vice President Kent Walker.

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Lawmakers Grill Google C.E.O. Over Bias and Privacy Concerns

Sundar Pichai, Google’s chief executive, testified before the House Judiciary Committee and faced scrutiny from Republicans over accusations that the search engine’s results were politically biased.

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'Scary' Warming at Poles Showing Up at Weird Times, Places

Scientists are seeing surprising melting in Earth's polar regions at times they don't expect, like winter, and in places they don't expect, like eastern Antarctica. New studies and reports issued this week at a major Earth sciences conference paint one of the bleakest pictures yet of dramatic warming in the Arctic and Antarctica. Alaskan ...

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Sundar Pichai, Google’s C.E.O., Testifies on Capitol Hill

Google’s chief is getting his turn under the Washington bright lights, appearing before lawmakers to explain his company’s practices, which some critics say are biased against conservatives.

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Cosby's lawyers cite grounds for appealing sexual assault conviction

Attorneys for Bill Cosby outlined their grounds on Tuesday for appealing his sexual assault conviction, citing what they called errors in legal ...

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Court Approves Plea Deal With No Jail Time in Baylor Rape Case

Jacob Anderson, a former fraternity president accused of raping a fellow student, was given a fine and probation for unlawful restraint. Sexual ...

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Live Updates: Sundar Pichai, Google’s C.E.O., Testifies on Capitol Hill

Google’s chief is getting his turn under the Washington bright lights, appearing before lawmakers to explain his company’s practices, which some critics say are biased against conservatives.

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Former Baylor fraternity president gets no prison time in plea deal on rape charges

Jacob Anderson, now 24, received three years probation, a $400 fine and mandatory counseling but won't be required to register as a sex offender.        

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai hits back at allegations of anti-conservative bias

Google CEO Sundar Pichai disputed the notion that his company is biased against conservatives as he faced lawmakers on Capitol Hill Tuesday. 

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Bristol Palin slams MTV over 'Teen Mom OG' portrayal

Bristol Palin called out MTV for trying to make her a "fake fill-in Farrah Abraham" on "Teen Mom OG."

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Universal healthcare could save America trillions: what’s holding us back?

A slew of studies are confirming that America can afford real universal healthcare, but some call it economically infeasibleIf you can’t undercut a ...

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Google CEO to Tell Lawmakers Tech Giant Operates 'Without Political Bias'

Google CEO Sundar Pichai is expected to tell members of the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday he runs the U.S. technology giant without political ...

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Seeing but not believing: Inside the business of 'deepfakes'

Experts fear that in the wrong hands, deepfakes could become the next frontier in fake news – and spark very real consequences.

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Woman who accused man of rape outraged he got no jail time

A Texas judge has accepted a plea deal allowing a former Baylor University fraternity president accused of rape to avoid serving jail time

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WATCH: When seeing isn't believing: using AI to create 'Deepfakes'

The latest in artificial technology allows creators to swap and meld video, which can be used for everything from a fun camera filter to creating dangerous fake news.

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Former Baylor frat president accused of sexual assault avoids jail time

A former fraternity president at Baylor University accused of rape will avoid time in jail under a plea deal. But his accuser said prosecutors negotiated the deal without consulting her. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca reports.

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