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Suzanne Smith, Stranding & Rescue Coordinator of Marine Mammals & Sea Turtles for the Audubon Nature Institute, releases an endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtle, which was rescued in New England, and rehabilitated by the institute, into the Gulf of Mexico, 24 miles off the coast of Louisiana, Monday, Jan. 2, 2012. The institute released nearly two dozen of the more than 1,200 cold-stunned young Kemp’s ridley sea turtles were stranded in November and December in New England. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Cold-stunned turtles rehabilitated in New Orleans, released'Cold-stunned' turtles rehabilitated in New Orleans, released into Gulf of Mexico
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FILE - In this Aug. 16, 2013, file photo, Gulet Mohamed, left, leaves the federal court in Alexandria, Va., with his attorney, Gadeir Abbas, with the Council on American-Islamic Relations, after a hearing challenging his placement on the government's no fly list. The FBI on Jan. 29, 2015, added Liban Haji Mohamed, a former taxi driver from northern Virginia to its list of most wanted terrorists, saying he was a recruiter for the al-Shabab terror group in Somalia. An arrest warrant, originally issued in February, was unsealed in U.S. District Court in Alexandria for Liban Haji Mohamed, 29, a naturalized U.S. citizen born in Somalia. The family denies that Mohamed committed any wrongdoing and suspects he went into hiding to avoid constant harassment from the FBI. "Al-Shabab has killed Liban’s uncle and imprisoned his cousins," said Abbas, who for years has represented Mohamed’s brother in a civil-rights suit against the government. "His family believes the allegations have no basis in fact." (AP Photo/Matthew Barakat, File)
Judge to hear arguments on constitutionality of no fly listJudge hears arguments on legality of no fly list as FBI lists plaintiff's brother as terrorist
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FILE - This May 28, 2012, file photo shows a newspaper with a photograph of Etan Patz at a makeshift memorial in the SoHo neighborhood of New York where Patz lived before his disappearance on May 25, 1979. The memorial was set up near a building that housed a convenience store where Pedro Hernandez, accused of killing Patz, told police 33 years after they boy's disappearance, that he choked the 6-year-old and put the still-living boy into a plastic bag, boxed up the bag and left it on a street. Opening statements in Hernandez's trial are set for Friday, Jan. 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
AP EXPLAINS: The case of Etan Patz, who disappeared in 1979AP EXPLAINS: The case of Etan Patz, whose 1979 disappearance fueled missing-child activism
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FILE - In this Sept. 17, 2014, file photo, Colorado-based author Jon Krakauer speaks during an interview, in Denver. Krakauer wrote the book, "Under the Banner of Heaven," about a Utah prison inmate serving a life sentence for killing his family. According to police, the inmate received letters from a woman who was found dead, along with her husband and three children, due to a drug overdose. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)
APNewsBreak: Killer says his ideas influenced family suicideAPNewsBreak: Killer says his ideas influenced Utah family's suicide, admits they lost contact
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FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2014, file photo, Chase Merritt sits in court during his pre-preliminary hearing in Victorville Court in Victorville, Calif. Merritt was arrested and charged with killing his business associate, Joseph McStay, McStay's wife and their two sons , Summer, and their two sons in Fallbrook, Calif. More than a dozen media outlets are asking a California judge to unseal search warrants and other documents related to the murders of a family of four whose bodies were found in shallow desert graves. News organizations including The Associated Press argue that San Bernardino County authorities can’t keep the documents sealed because the case is now a prosecution and not an investigation. (AP Photo/Daily Press, James Quigg, File)
Media ask judge to unseal warrants in family's deathsMedia outlets ask California judge to unseal warrants that netted arrest in family's deaths
The Associated Press2 hours ago

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