Summary FILE - This image made from video provided by by Al-Jazeera shows Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, Osama bin Laden's son-in-law and spokesman. In this courtroom sketch, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, center, in beige suit, stands next to his defense attorney Stanley Cohen Monday, March 3, 2014 during jury selection at the start of Abu Ghaith's trial in New York on charges that he conspired to kill Americans and support terrorists in his role as al-Qaida's spokesman after the Sept. 11 attacks.

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Summary People gather in a prayer circle at a fence at Marysville-Pilchuck High School covered with flowers, balloons and messages memorializing a shooting there last week, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, in Marysville, Wash. After a procession of drummers and the family walked a circle around the inside of the gym with the casket, they walked outside and loaded it on to the back of a pickup truck.

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Summary Wilde, or as the Internet has dubbed him "Chevy Guy" was given the duty of presenting Bumgarner with the keys to a new Chevy Colorado at the end of Wednesday night's World Series game 7. Chevrolet is an official sponsor of Major League Baseball and traditionally the World Series MVP is presented with a car by a spokesman from the company.

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Summary Alan William Long of Murrieta was charged with one count of driving under the influence of alcohol causing bodily injury, according to the Riverside County district attorney's office. "The investigation revealed that Long's blood alcohol content the night of the injury crash was 0.08 percent, which is the limit California law presumes a driver to be impaired," the D.A.'s office said in a written statement.

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Summary The International Franchise Association said Thursday that it would file a Freedom of Information Act request with the NLRB for the documents. "We fear that the floodgates have opened because of the general counsel's opinion. And given the lack of transparency on the rationale behind the decision, it is creating a huge amount of uncertainty in the franchising community," said IFA President and CEO Steve Caldeira.

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