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Sigma Phi Epsilon questions allegations made in lawsuits filed in pledge's 2014 death
The legal counsel for a fraternity named in two lawsuits stemming from the death of a pledge at Clem... [continue]

Religious freedom Laws
In a story March 31 about laws known as Religious Freedom Restoration Acts, The Associated Press rep... [continue]

11 Atlanta educators convicted in vast cheating scandal; 'Very, very dangerous business'
Eleven former public school educators were convicted Wednesday for their role in a scheme to inflate... [continue]

Mom of biracial man killed by white police officer says she trusts prosecutor to seek truth
The mother of a biracial man fatally shot by a white Wisconsin police officer said Wednesday that sh... [continue]

McDonald's: Workers to get pay hikes at company-owned stores
McDonald's says it's raising pay for workers at its company-owned U.S. restaurants, making it the la... [continue]

World News
Amnesty says Gambia has sentenced 3 to death for coup plot, calls for penalty to be commuted
A human rights group says Gambia has sentenced three soldiers to death after a secret trial in which... [continue]

Analysis: Yemen ground operation carries risks, from hostile terrain to guerrilla warfare
Saudi Arabia and its allies plan an ambitious ground offensive on multiple fronts in Yemen.[continue]

Ontario openly gay premier urges businesses in Indiana to move to her province
Ontario Premier's, who is openly gay, is urging businesses upset by a so-called religious objections... [continue]

French officials: Alps avalanche kills 3 tourists, injures 1
Three foreign tourists — two Austrians and an Italian — have died in an avalanche in the... [continue]

Al-Jazeera journalist awaiting trial in Egypt says Canada refuses to give him new passport
Al-Jazeera English journalist Mohamed Fahmy says Canada is refusing to issue him a new passport.[continue]

Business News
Weak Economic Reports Lead Market to Second Day of Losses
Indexes declined, extending losses from a day earlier as discouraging economic reports on manufactur... [continue]

Massive Fire Engulfs Mexican Oil Rig, 4 Dead
A massive ball of flames engulfed an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, killing four p... [continue]

Construction Spending Dips Again, Affecting Overall Growth
The drop in construction spending, attributable in part to bitter winter weather, is likely to lower... [continue]

McDonald?s Raising Pay for Employees in 1,500 Stores
A day after nationwide protests, the company said it was raising wages by at least $1 over the local... [continue]

U.S. Says HSBC Needs to Step Up on Compliance
Criticisms of the bank, which reached a multibillion-dollar settlement to resolve accusations of mon... [continue]

Technology News
Bits Blog: Tech Leaders Call for Anti-Discrimination Laws to Protect Gays in all 50 States
More than three dozen chief executives and other senior Silicon Valley leaders issued a joint statem... [continue]

GoDaddy Shares Jump in Market Debut
The shares opened at $26.15, about 30 percent above the initial public offering price of $20, a doll... [continue]

Special Section: Female-Run Venture Capital Funds Alter the Status Quo
A number of new investment firms started by women are bringing fresh perspectives, and funding appet... [continue]

Special Section: The PayPal Mafia?s Golden Touch
Alumni from the payments company have established a reputation as the best in Silicon Valley at find... [continue]

Special Section: Wall Street and Silicon Valley Form an Uneasy Alliance
Entrepreneurs and venture capitalists have done their best to resist or reduce Wall Street?s entreat... [continue]

Sports News
Sports of The Times: For Players, Tournament Excitement Gives Way to Morning Classes
Because of time demands and travel, this is one of the most challenging times of the year for the co... [continue]

At 38, Vince Carter Drifts to the 3-Point Line and Reinvents Himself
In his 17th N.B.A. season, Carter has adapted his game, replacing acrobatic dunks with mostly long-r... [continue]

Lens Blog: Amid Uncertainty in Iraq, Basketball Offers Continuity
Begun in 2008, the women?s basketball team at the American University of Iraq in Sulaimani is the lo... [continue]

A Quick Point Guard?s Unconventional Path to UConn
Moriah Jefferson, a junior who was home-schooled in Texas, and her teammates, many of whom were high... [continue]

Soccernomics: Globalization Under Attack, on the Soccer Field
In an echo of debates elsewhere, the chairman of English soccer?s governing body is trying to restri... [continue]

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