Bring That Week Back: Guilty Plea Expected in FAMU Hazing Death

FBI investigates hate crimes, infant dies, and other news.

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Bring That Week Back: Man to Plead Guilty in FAMU Hazing Death - FBI investigates hate crimes and leak of FLOTUS info, infant dies after Chicago shooting, and other news headlines. —Dorkys Ramos Caleb Jackson will plead guilty to felony hazing and manslaughter in the death of FAMU drum major Robert Champion. Jackson, who is currently being held in Leon County Jail for violating his probation, will also cooperate with the investigation on the November 2011 fatal hazing incident. (Photo: Courtesy Leon County Jail)

Kilpatrick Convicted on 24 Charges - Former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was convicted on 24 of 30 charges Monday after a five-month trial for fraud and corruption. His sentence could result in up to 20 years in prison. (Photo: AP Photo/Detroit News, David Coates)

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Kilpatrick Convicted on 24 Charges - Former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was convicted on 24 of 30 charges Monday after a five-month trial for fraud and corruption. His sentence could result in up to 20 years in prison. (Photo: AP Photo/Detroit News, David Coates)

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FBI to Investigate Oberlin Hate Crimes - The FBI is investigating the hate crimes that caused Oberlin College to cancel classes last week. The incidents, which have been occurring around campus since February, included racial slurs, swastikas, and a case of someone dressed as a Ku Klux Klan near the college's African Heritage House. (Photo: AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

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6-Month-Old Dies After Chicago Shooting - A six-month-old girl who was shot in Chicago's South Side died in the hospital Tuesday morning. Jonylah Watkins's father was changing her diaper in his car before 1 p.m. Monday when a gunman approached and open fired. The father is still in critical condition and no suspect has been named. Police believe the incident could be gang-related. (Photo: WGN News)

Cardinals Gather for Pope Election - On Tuesday afternoon 115 cardinals headed into seclusion at the Sistine Chapel to decide who will be the next pope of the Roman Catholic Church. Front runners for the position include Italy's Angelo Scola and Brazil's Odilo Scherer, though it could be days before a new pontiff is named. (Photo: AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

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Cardinals Gather for Pope Election - On Tuesday afternoon 115 cardinals headed into seclusion at the Sistine Chapel to decide who will be the next pope of the Roman Catholic Church. Front runners for the position include Italy's Angelo Scola and Brazil's Odilo Scherer, though it could be days before a new pontiff is named. (Photo: AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

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911 Tapes Released in Hadiya Pendleton Case - The 911 calls made after the shooting of Chicago teen Hadiya Pendleton have been released. In it, an anonymous caller describes one of the suspects, which later aided in the arrest of the two men involved. (Photo: Courtesy of The Pendleton Family)

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Michelle Obama Latest Victim in Info Leak - Michelle Obama's credit report and personal information have been leaked online by the same website that published private data on other public figures like Jay-Z and Beyoncé. The FBI is investigating the site, which provides social security numbers for 17 figures. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

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Judge Halts NYC Soda Ban - State Supreme Court Justice Milton Tingling halted the controversial soda ban that would have gone into effect in New York City Tuesday. The judge said the city's Board of Health has no right to regulate portion sizes in its efforts to battle obesity. The NAACP, which was criticized for siding with the soda companies, applauded the ruling saying minority businesses would've been greatly affected by the ban. (Photo: Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

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Protests Erupts During Vigil for Slain NYC Teen - A vigil for 16-year-old Kimani Gray turned into a protest in New York City Monday night after several attendees vandalized a store. Gray was shot and killed in Brooklyn by two undercover officers on Saturday for acting suspiciously and allegedly pulling out .38 revolver. (Photo: Kimani Gray/Facebook)