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Snowden granted one-year asylum in Russia

Edward Snowden, America's most wanted leaker, has been granted one year of asylum in Russia. The New York Times reports.

Butte Teachers get a raise out of the county

Butte teachers have signed a new contract that gives them a 3.1 percent raise for the 2013-2014 school year, KXLF reports. The vote was held over two days, and 86 percent of the union members voted to approve the contract.

Snowden allowed to leave Russian Airport

Edward Snowden has been allowed to leave the Russian airport where he has been living since fleeing the U.S., The New York Times reports, citing Snowden's lawyer as the source.

DEA forgets student locked in cell

Daniel Chong was left in a holding cell for more than four days without food or water by DEA agents. The agents had forgotten him. Working to survive, Chong drank his own urine. The government has settled with Chong for 4.1 million dollars. When Chong was locked up, an agent told him that he wouldn't be charged and that someone would come back for him "in a minute," ABC news reports.

Sen Cruz wages scorched earth campaign against Obamacare

Republican Ted Cruz, the junior senator from Texas, has his fellow Republicans in his sights as he wages an all-out campaign against the affordable health care act, Politico reports.
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