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Co-pilot vowed to ‘do something,’ ex tells German media – USA TODAY

Saturday, March 28, 2015

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Ellen Pao waxes philosophical in post-trial tweet storm – CNET

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Ellen Pao, right, with attorney Therese Lawless after the verdict was delivered. In a series of post-trial tweets, Pao said, “If we do not share our stories and shine a light on inequities, things will not change.” Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Ellen Pao, who on Friday lost her gender-discrimination suit against one of the most powerful venture capital firms in Silicon Valley, took to Twitter after the verdict was announced to…

Nigerian election extended one day in some areas amid problems – CNN International

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)Voting in Nigeria’s presidential elections was extended one day, until Sunday, in several areas because ballot paper arrived late or new digital voting card readers failed, officials said Saturday. The reading devices were being used for the first time in Nigeria to combat vote fraud, but it took even President Goodluck Jonathan more than 20 minutes to cast a ballot in his home state of Bayelsa because the…

Florida Spring Break shooting: Seven students wounded, suspect in custody – Christian Science Monitor

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Panama City Beach, Fla. — Seven people have been shot at a spring break house party in the Florida Panhandle. The Bay County Sheriff’s Office says multiple 911 calls flooded in just before 1 a.m. Saturday reporting gunshots in Panama City Beach. Deputies arriving at the scene found victims in, outside and nearby the home. Several of the victims were described as Alabama A&M students visiting the Panhandle for spring…

Thousands protest ‘religious freedom’ law in Indiana – USA TODAY

Saturday, March 28, 2015

A campaign to boycott Indiana because of its religious freedom law has gained traction, but some argue a boycott isn’t the answer. Video provided by Newsy Newslook