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  • A report from the Republican-controlled House Intelligence Committee is debunking a series of...

    A report from the Republican-controlled House Intelligence Committee is debunking a series of persistent allegations hinting at dark conspiracies surrounding the deadly 2012 attack on a U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya. After a two-year investigation, the report concludes that there was no intelligence failure, no delay in sending a CIA rescue team, no missed opportunity for a military rescue, and no evidence the CIA was covertly shipping arms from Libya to Syria.
  • A Texas woman said she was raped by a security guard at a...

    A Texas woman said she was raped by a security guard at a New Orleans hotel during Mardi Gras festivities in a case among scores that the city's police department failed to properly investigate. An inspector general's report that found five detectives mishandled more than 1,000 sex crimes and child abuse cases between 2011 and 2013.
  • The state Board of Education has approved 89 history and social studies textbooks...

    The state Board of Education has approved 89 history and social studies textbooks for use in classrooms across America's second-largest state, after one top publisher, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, withdrew a high school government textbook. Six books were not approved. Texas' market is large enough that textbooks published to meet state standards can affect those sold elsewhere.
  • State auditor John Keel has criticized an economic development program run by school...

    State auditor John Keel has criticized an economic development program run by school districts. His Friday report said school districts are giving away more than $200 million a year in property tax breaks without making sure the companies are creating the jobs promised. He was required to audit the program, known as "Chapter 313," as part of a law extending it through 2024.
  • An FBI special agent in Houston says the first of several packages mailed...

    An FBI special agent in Houston says the first of several packages mailed by a man who shot three people at Florida State's library was delivered in Texas. Shauna Dunlap declined to provide details on the nature of the package or the recipient. Shooter Myron May earned his law degree at Texas Tech and had worked as a lawyer in Texas.

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A woman's wig flies off her head as she takes a turn on a mechanical bull; clips of golfing accidents set to music; a seagull is videotaped going into a grocery store and taking a candy bar; Tom plays "Pick the Real Video."

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5:00 PM In the Heat of the Night 5:00 PM - In the Heat of the Night
When the intended target of a truck bomb narrowly survives the blast and is relegated to life support, Sparta police begin to piece together one man's insidiously elaborate plan to kill his lover's husband and cash in on the insurance policy.
6:00 PM In the Heat of the Night 6:00 PM - In the Heat of the Night
Determined to spare her nephew from the corrupt influences of the notorious Trundel family, Council Woman Harriet DeLong steels her resolve for a protracted legal battle with V.J. Trundel's widow for complete custody of her sister's young son.
7:00 PM In the Heat of the Night 7:00 PM - In the Heat of the Night
When a degenerate gambler flees New Orleans to escape a pair of tenacious loan sharks, his subsequent return to Sparta is met with mixed feelings as his brother and father clash bitterly over the repayment of a small fortune in gambling debts.

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3:00 PM Streets of San Francisco 3:00 PM - Streets of San Francisco
Steve Keller is tapped for an undercover assignment amid war protesters, posing as a draft-card burner who has just come back from a stint in Canada, in a bid to ferret out the killer of a notorious Marine deserter and the motive behind his murder.
4:00 PM The Rockford Files 4:00 PM - The Rockford Files
A woman's death is ruled a suicide, but the woman's sister is convinced that foul play was involved and hires Jim to investigate, leading him on a search that uncovers a fake identity and a possible insurance payoff.
5:00 PM Hawaii Five-O 5:00 PM - Hawaii Five-O
A delusional soldier thinks he is still fighting in the Vietnam War and shoots Danno while in the hospital, causing McGarrett to be torn between saving Danno before he bleeds to death and risking a shootout with frail patients all around.
6:00 PM Black Sheep Squadron 6:00 PM - Black Sheep Squadron
When Hollywood star Rod Towers comes to the base, the Squadron is excited at first to meet a movie star, but their enthusiasm fades when they realize he will be credited with taking part in the action even though he is watching at a safe distance.

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