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  • Today in the News: No charges against FSU quarterback Jameis Winston


  • News on Jameis Winston, North Korea and the new Mustang.



     
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    No charges were filed today in a case against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, the Heisman favorite. Winston was facing charges in connection with an alleged December 2012 sexual assault, but the case didn’t reach the state’s attorney until 11 months later, and not enough evidence was found to warrant charges, officials said.

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    "The gruesome reality of North Korea's continued investment in this vast network of repression has been exposed. We urge the authorities to immediately and unconditionally release all those prisoners of conscience held in political prison camps and close the camps immediately." - Rajiv Narayan of Amnesty International, talking after the group released satellite images that appear to show the spread of labor camps in the country. Many who are sent to the camps are guilty of minor - or no - crimes, and the punishment often involves torture, starvation, rape and death.

    Hot video: Ford unveils new Mustang

    America's first pony car, the Ford Mustang, is celebrating its 50th birthday with a new design and plans to go global. It's been engineered to meet various international safety and emissions standards.

     

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