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  1. First Freddie Gray case ends in mistrial
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    A judge has declared a mistrial for one of the Baltimore police officers charged in connection to Freddie Gray's death.
  2. Malala Yousafzai condems Trump's comments on Muslims
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    Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai described Donald Trump's call to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. as "tragic."
  3. U.S. Federal Reserve announces first rate hike since 2006
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    The move brings to an end seven years of near-zero interest rates, with the Fed saying the economy is growing fast enough to sustain a rise.
  4. Report: NBA approves sale of Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center to one owner
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    Mikhail Prokhorov will need to sell his stake in the stadium if he wants to sell his share in the team, the NBA has previously told the Russian billionaire. Prokhorov currently owns 80% of the Nets, while former principal owner Bruce Ratner owns 20%.
  5. FBI Director: San Bernardino shooters posted support for Jihad in private messages
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    Shooters Tashfeen Malik and Syed Rizwan Farook "were communicating online, showing signs of commitment to jihad. These were direct, private messages. [There's] no evidence of posting on social media," James Comey said.