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Angela Corey, the Democratic Florida prosecutor who presided over some the Fourth Judicial Circuit Court’s most controversial cases of the past several years, lost her bid for reelection Tuesday night bringing her eight-year tenure to an end.  Melissa Nelson emerged as the Republican primary winner , earning more than 64 percent of the vote compared to Corey’s 26 percent. A third challenger, Wes White, collected less than 10 percent.  Corey’s loss was cheered by defense lawyer and academics, many of whom had criticized her aggressive prosecution, particularly of juveniles.   “Corey’s loss is an encouraging sign that the public will no longer tolerate overzealous and unprincipled criminal prosecutions, including women and children,” Mary Anne Franks, a law professor at the University of Miami, said in a statement Tuesday.  Even musician John Legend, who cofounded the criminal justice reform campaign #FreeAmerica weighed in on the Fourth Judicial Circuit State’s Attorney’s race

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Millions of Americans live in places where it’s too late to slow the threat of rising sea levels, a new study warns, and researchers are hoping those findings will serve as a call to action for cities that can still be saved by cutting carbon emissions.  The study, published Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , examines how much rising sea levels will affect cities across the United States over time if carbon emissions stay the same or decrease.

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At a Ku Klux Klan rally held at the South Carolina Statehouse  on Saturday, there were many images of hate: men and women shouting slogans of bigotry and division, their clothing emblazoned with symbols of intolerance. But the most memorable image of the day wasn’t one of hatred at all

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Jessika Méndez | MEDIOTIEMPO (Corresponsal) Apodaca, Nuevo León, martes 2 de Julio del 2013   El mediocampista felino viajó hoy con el equipo a Jacksonville El Capitán de Tigres, Lucas Lobos, ya es jugador mexicano, por lo que ya no ocupará plaza de extranjero para el Apertura 2013, según lo oficializó el club felino esta tarde. Antes de que el plantel viajara esta mañana a Jacksonville, Florida, el Presidente de Tigres, Alejandro Rodríguez, declaró que faltaba un documento para que Lobos pudiera ser mexicano en la Liga MX, pero ya es oficial, es elemento azteca para el siguiente torneo. “Lucas Lobos, quien voló esta mañana con el equipo de la UANL a Jacksonville, Florida, ya es mexicano

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Filed under: Cheerleaders , NFL , NFL fotos La pasión en todo deporte, además del propio juego y sus deportistas, lo dan las bellezas que acompañan jornada tras jornada a sus equipos favoritos. No sólo en el fútbol (soccer) encontramos mujeres de gran belleza animando a sus escuadras, las tenemos también en esta postemporada de la NFL . Denver, Jacksonville, Miami, San Diego, Nueva Inglaterra, Pittsburgh y Chicago, entre otros equipos , tienen la fortuna de contar entre sus filas con bellezas quel eponen el sabor a lose encuentros que semana tras semana se llevan a cabo en las Conferencias Americana y Nacional.

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