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The Justice Department has been trying to take down the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, a violent prison gang. In 2014, 73 members were convicted. But a top ABT member says the group is bowed, not broken.

Molecular biologist Monica Dus is studying fruit flies to understand how a high sugar diet affects the brain and leads to overeating and obesity. And she just won a big grant to dig deeper.

Bridgeport is giving residents a bonus on entrance tests to recruit more local officers. It could be good for community relations, but it could also mean that city officials are lowering the bar.

Wells Fargo workers blame a toxic high-pressure sales culture for pushing some workers to engage in deceptive practices — even in the bank branch at the company's headquarters in San Francisco.

Starting the term with an eight-justice court means it could remain short-handed, and often deadlocked, on some of the most controversial, and difficult, issues of the day.

Texting has long become a common way for people to talk with each other. Now text-based messaging is becoming a way for air traffic controllers to communicate with aircraft pilots.

The number of people younger than 25 showing up at the bridge intending to commit suicide is five times what it was in 2000. A crisis text hotline is encouraging young people to reach out for help.

Sunday's Jaguars vs. Colts game drew 84,000 fans to Wembley Stadium, and they spent as much as $600 apiece for tickets. How did an American sport find such devoted fans in the U.K.?

"There has never been a Republican nominee who has split the party and its media personalities" in the way that Donald Trump has, says New York Times reporter Robert Draper.

Proximity highlights the potential of the drums, while The Declaration of Musical Independence emphasizes soundscapes. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead says Cyrille's albums are a study in contrasts.

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