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FILE - In this Wednesday, March 15, 2017, file photo, a traveler tries to book a ride with Uber at LaGuardia Airport in New York. Through a string of almost weekly scandals, Uber has managed to continue growing and hold onto the title of the world’s largest ride-hailing service. In the latest misbehavior, hackers were able to steal data for 57 million riders and drivers, and Uber concealed it for a year. Riders and business experts say that hits people directly, and they won’t be happy about it. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)
The last straw? Uber loyalists tested by string of scandalsScandals chase away some customers from Uber, but service keeps others hanging on
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DirecTV to pay $9.5M to settle hazardous waste allegationsDirecTV will pay $9.5 million to settle allegations that its California facilities unlawfully dumped hazardous waste
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In this Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 photo, fire fighters battle a blaze at the Barclay Friends Senior Living Community in West Chester, Pa. At least 20 people were injured in the massive fire at the senior living community about 35 miles west of Philadelphia.  (Steven M. Falk/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP)
Remains of final 2 victims of senior home inferno recoveredInvestigators have recovered the remains of the final two victims of a fire at a Pennsylvania senior living community
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Sabein Burgess stands outside his mother's home in Baltimore, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. A federal jury awarded $15 million to Burgess Tuesday in his lawsuit against the Baltimore Police Department and two detectives. Burgess, who spent nearly two decades in prison after being wrongfully convicted of killing his girlfriend, was released in 2015 after being exonerated. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Exonerated Baltimore man: $15 million verdict brings justiceWrongfully convicted man awarded $15M by federal jury says his lawsuit against Baltimore police was about clearing his name
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FILE- In this Nov. 3, 2017, file photo, Carmellia Burgess, left, and Anthony Dickerson wear shirts decorated with a photo of their 2-year-old son A.J., who is waiting for a kidney transplant, during a news conference outside Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. A.J., who will be 3 in January, was born without kidneys. His parents got word Tuesday, Nov. 21, that a kidney from a dead donor was available, and the toddler had a successful transplant Wednesday morning, said Mawuli Davis, a lawyer for A.J.'s parents. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)
Georgia boy whose transplant was delayed gets new kidneyA potentially life-saving kidney transplant gives a Georgia family a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving
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This undated photo provided by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation shows Craig Richard Coley. Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017, pardoned Coley,  a man convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend and her 4-year-old son nearly four decades ago after modern DNA tests suggested he was probably innocent. Coley, 70, has consistently maintained his innocence since he was arrested the same day 24-year-old Rhonda Wicht and her 4-year-old son, Donald Wicht, were found dead in her Simi Valley apartment on Nov. 11, 1978. (California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation via AP)
California governor pardons man following advanced DNA testCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown has pardoned a man convicted of a 1978 double murder, including a child, after modern DNA tests suggested he was probably innocent
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Judge finds Oklahoma bomb plot suspect mentally competentA man accused of trying to detonate what he believed was an explosives-laden van outside an Oklahoma City bank in August has been found mentally competent to face trial
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Crew of Air Force jet that crashed in West Texas identifiedThe Air Force has identified the two crew members of a jet trainer that crashed earlier this week, killing one and injuring the other
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In this Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017, photo, tents are seen in the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh where Rohingya Muslims live, after crossing over from Myanmar into Bangladesh. More than 620,000 Rohingya have fled Rakhine for neighbouring Bangladesh since late August 2017, when the military launched what it called "clearance operations" in response to insurgent attacks. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
UN envoy: sexual attacks against Rohingya may be war crimesThe U.N. envoy on sexual violence in conflict says widespread atrocities against Rohingya Muslim women and girls has been orchestrated and perpetrated by Myanmar's military and may amount to war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide
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Commission alerted to review allegations against TripAdvisorThe Federal Trade Commission could take action against TripAdvisor after the Massachusetts-based travel company was accused of deleting hotel reviews that contained allegations of rape and other crimes
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12 of 14 nursing home deaths after Irma ruled homicidesAuthorities say the deaths of 12 of the 14 Florida nursing home patients who died after Hurricane Irma have been ruled homicides
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Baltimore police officer won't face disciplinary hearingThe last of six Baltimore police officers involved in the 2015 arrest of a young black man who died from a spinal cord injury he sustained in a police van won't face a disciplinary hearing after the commissioner decided not to proceed with a hearing
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