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Ernie Banks Dies at 83

“Michelle and I send our condolences to the family of Ernie Banks, and to every Chicagoan and baseball fan who loved him,” the statement reads. “Ernie came up through the Negro Leagues, making $7 a day. He became the first African-American to play for the Chicago Cubs, and [his was] the first number the team retired. Along the way, he became known as much for his 512 home runs and back-to-back National League MVPs as for his cheer, his optimism, and his love of the game. As a Hall-of-Famer, Ernie was an incredible ambassador for baseball, and for the city of Chicago. He was beloved by baseball fans everywhere, including Michelle, who, when she was a girl, used to sit with her dad and watch him play on TV. And in 2013, it was my honor to present Ernie with the

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Pa. Man Paralyzed in Police Shooting Will Not Face 2nd Trial

The 2012 shooting generated one of the earliest protests against police use of force in black communities. To promote healing between police and the community, Stephen A. Zappala Jr., the Allegheny County district attorney, said charges of reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and escape have been dropped, BET says. During a trial in September, a jury deadlocked on the charges of endangerment, resisting and escape but cleared Ford of two counts of aggravated assault against police officers, according to the news site.

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Mark Walhberg’s Pardon Petition: What Happens Next?

Actor Mark Wahlberg has petitioned the state of Massachusetts to be pardoned for crimes he committed when he was 16.

Wahlberg was arrested in 1988 for attacking two Vietnamese men while trying to steal beer, reports The Associated Press. As a result of the attack, which left one man partially blinded, Wahlberg was convicted on a number of different criminal charges, including assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, possession of a controlled substance, and criminal contempt. Wahlberg subsequently served 45 days in jail.

Wahlberg, now 43, is looking to wipe the slate clean with a pardon. What does a pardon actually do and what does Wahlberg need to prove in order to get one?

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Texas man pleads guilty to embezzling from St. Joseph company



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Texas Supreme Court set to tackle school funding case



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Boy, 8, inherits Oregon winery



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Woman Goes on Strike Against ‘Disrespectful’ Teen Daughters

“My children have everything that they could possibly want and need, but yet still, they are disrespectful,” Muhammad told WFMY. “They are rude. They think that I’m the meanest mom in the world. They think they can survive without me, so I said, you know what? That’s fine. This mom is going on strike.”

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Supreme Court to Examine Okla. Execution Procedure

The death row inmates filed suit against the state over a combination of three drugs that has caused some prisoners to flail about in pain, the report says. The inmates argue the sedative, midazolam, cannot achieve the level of unconsciousness required for surgery, making it unsuitable for executions, the news site notes.

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How Do Unmarried Fathers Establish Paternity?

When a child is born to a married couple, the husband is generally presumed to have paternity rights as the child’s father.

But what about a child born to unmarried parents? Establishing a child’s maternity is generally fairly straightforward (for hopefully obvious reasons). Paternity, on the other hand, may in some circumstances require legal action.

Why is paternity important, and how do unmarried fathers go about establishing it?

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Legal How-To: Reporting Online Bullying

Online bullying, also called cyberbullying, has become a widespread issue. As you may recall, a FindLaw survey in 2014 found that nearly one in 12 children had been the victim of online bullying.

What can parents do about this? One Minnesota dad whose daughter was being bullied over Snapchat talked to the bullies’ father, filed a police report, and then fought back by posting the bullies’ (and their father’s) messages on YouTube, reports Minnesota Public Radio. Publicity following the release of the video spurred the child’s school to launch an investigation and also led the father of the alleged bullies to lose his job.

If your child is being bullied online, how and to whom should you report it? Here are a

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