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Indiana University says student data exposed to data-mining apps

INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 26 (UPI) -- About 146,000 Indiana University students and recent graduates were told their personal data were inadvertently exposed to webcrawlers, the university said.
Teens arrested for letting friend drive drunk

Teens arrested for letting friend drive drunk

Dec. 6 (UPI) -- Three teen boys have been arrested for allowing a friend drive drunk after she crashed into a tree and died.
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Charges dropped against man who warned of gun in bank

GLASTONBURY, Conn., Sept. 26 (UPI) -- Connecticut prosecutors said they have decided to drop charges against a man who warned a bank teller of an armed man inside the facility.

Genetic link to suicidal behavior found

OTTAWA, Oct. 7 (UPI) -- Canadian researchers say a specific gene -- brain-derived neurotrophic factor -- is linked to suicidal behavior.

Ice Age art find is earliest in Americas

WASHINGTON, June 23 (UPI) -- A 13,000-year-old bone with a carved image of a mammoth or mastodon may be the first example of Ice Age art found in the Americas, U.S. researchers say.

Two killed when truck hits cow in Kansas

HUTCHINSON, Kan., Jan. 2 (UPI) -- Two men were killed Friday when their pickup truck hit a cow on a Kansas road, sheriff's deputies reported.

Seven indicted for counterfeit art

CHICAGO, March 19 (UPI) -- Seven people have been indicted for allegedly selling thousands of counterfeit paintings, U.S. officials said Wednesday.

Evangelist Rev. D. James Kennedy dies

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Sept. 5 (UPI) -- The Rev. D. James Kennedy, longtime evangelical pastor of a Florida mega-church, died Wednesday at his home.

NASA names new Kennedy Space Center chief

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Sept. 12 (UPI) -- NASA has announced that Deputy Director of the Kennedy Space Center, William Parsons will become the center's director effective in January.

19 U.S. states question teaching evolution

WICHITA, Kan., March 14 (UPI) -- Policymakers in 19 U.S. states are debating the question of teaching the theory of evolution in schools, the Washington Post reported Monday.

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James Kennedy (Scottish Gaelic: Seumas Ceanadach) (c. 1408–1465) was a 15th century Bishop of Dunkeld and Bishop of St. Andrews, who participated in the Council of Florence and was the last man to govern the diocese of St. Andrews purely as bishop. Originally from the chief Gaelic kindred of Carrick, be became the principal figure in the government of the minority of King James II of Scotland, as well as founder of St Salvator's College, St Andrews.

He was the third and youngest son of Sir James Kennedy of Dunure, Ayrshire, and Princess Mary of Scotland, widow of the 1st Earl of Angus and second daughter of King Robert III of Scotland. His eldest brother was Gilbert Kennedy, 1st Lord Kennedy. James was born about 1408, and was sent to the continent to complete his studies in canon law and theology.

He was a canon and sub-deacon of Dunkeld until his provision and election to that see on 1 July 1437, after the death of Domhnall MacNeachdainn, the last elected bishop who died on his way to obtain consecration from the Pope. He received consecration in 1438, the following year.

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