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Fraternity in Wis. Allegedly Marked Hands of Female Party-Goers for Date Rape Drug

As the White House debuts a new zero-tolerance sexual assault campaign, UW-Milwaukee fraternity brothers have been linked to intoxicated party-goers with memory lapses and color-coded X’s on their hands. Report Faults Amherst and UMass for Party Problems Colleges Re-Thinking Sexual Assault Education Hamm, Other Stars Join Campaign Against Assault Lawsuit Accuses Wesleyan Fraternity of Allowing Girl to Be Raped

CDC: Severe Respiratory Illness Enterovirus Now in 22 States

Health officials say 22 states now have confirmed cases of an unusual respiratory illness in children. Enterovirus Cases Suspected in Boston

Welding Company Linked to Deadly Back Bay Blaze Hit with Fine

D & J Ironworks in Malden, the welding company that was allegedly connected with the fatal Back Bay blaze that killed two firefighters, was slapped with a $58,000 fine for a number of fire safety failures, US officials investigating the blaze said. 2 Firefighters Die Battling 9-Alarm Fire on Beacon Street in Back Bay Authorities Search for Cause of Deadly Fire Federal Agency to Probe Back Bay Blaze that Killed 2 Firefighters

Florida Man Who Allegedly Killed 6 Grandkids, Daughter Previously Killed Son

Florida police say Don Spirit had spent time in prison after accidentally killing his son on a hunting trip in 2001.

Market Basket Conflict Crops Up in Newest Mass. Jobs Report

The Massachusetts unemployment rate rose to 5.8 percent from 5.6 percent in July, with the state citing “temporary employment disruptions” in retail for part of the job loss. BLS: Market Basket Drama Sunk US Jobs Numbers Full Market Basket Coverage

Sens. Warren, Markey Oppose Syrian Rebel Training

Democratic U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Edward Markey are opposing President Barack Obama's request to train and arm Syrian rebels for a war against Islamic state militants.

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