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The allegations in Ronan Farrow’s recent book, “Catch and Kill,”that top execs at NBC News had squashed his revelatory reporting on Harvey Weinstein -- NBC’s loss was The New Yorker’s gain -- ripped open in me old psychic wounds. I thought I had put these to bed on my birthday in 2002, when I learned a man I felt a part of reinjuring, Junius Scales, had died.

“One day, before I was on medication, there was a lady in my house cooking pizzas and there were 12 baked pizzas on the floor. I was cooking these pizzas but, in my mind, there was a woman cooking them.”

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Evan Boudreaux’s first season with the Purdue men’s basketball team was never the same after the 6-foot-8 forward suffered a groin injury in a loss at Michigan State.

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BOSTON -- With political clout in Washington D.C. and billions of dollars in federal funding at stake, more than two-dozen states are plunking down unprecedented sums on outreach and preparations for the 2020 Census.

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BOSTON — A veteran IRS employee is accused of filing more than 500 false tax returns for herself and others over a six-year span. If convicted, she faces more than 20 years in prison.

LAVERNE, Okla. – In light of shooting events in churches across the country, a Methodist church in Western Oklahoma is developing an emergency operations plan that includes a relationship with first responders.

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NORMAN — The ball flew sharply toward the baseline, where Taylor Robertson had just enough time to catch it, but a split second to decide where to throw it next.

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Indiana displayed the kind of intensity it needed to knock off a ranked opponent last weekend. Spurred on by a crowd of 15,456 on alumni day, IU knocked off then No. 11 Ohio State at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.

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EDMOND, Okla. — An Iranian American father and daughter who are Oklahoma residents are trying to educate others about turmoil in their home country and misconceptions they say some people have.

In taking over as offensive coordinator at Indiana, Nick Sheridan vows to continue an attacking style the Hoosiers showed under Kalen DeBoer this past season.

For many years, the Cherokees were divided into two major factions around the issue of removal. Those who opposed removing from the southeastern United States to Indian Territory were known as the Ross Party. Those who favored the move made up the Treaty Party. Bitter rancor and even violence marked the era of these two parties.

Indiana promoted from within to replace Kalen DeBoer, naming tight ends coach Nick Sheridan as its new offensive coordinator on Friday.

As the Indiana women’s basketball team continues its climb up the national rankings, redshirt junior point guard Ali Patberg has found the right balance between finding her own offense and setting her teammates up.

CROSSVILLE, Tenn. – Cumberland County officials are baffled as to who left a vintage World War II era Graphotype platemaker machine at the county’s solid waste recycling center this past weekend. The machine was originally used to make military dog tags, address plates and industrial nameplates.

“Find the cost of freedom,” wrote Stephen Stills in 1970 upon visiting a Civil War site. Those who fought and died to defend our freedoms are indeed “buried in the ground” as Stills and company sang.

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