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For June 14, 2012 – More alleged victims to testify at Sandusky trial, Air Force Osprey crashes at Florida base and Lance Armstrong responds to agency's doping allegations...
• More alleged victims to testify at Sandusky trial: "The prosecution is expected to call more witnesses Thursday in the case against former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky, who is accused of sexually abusing boys over a 15-year period."
• Air Force Osprey crashes at Florida base: "An Air Force CV-22 Osprey crashed Wednesday during a routine training mission north of Navarre, Florida, injuring five crew members aboard, a military official said. The crash occurred about 6:45 p.m. at Hurlburt Field's Eglin Range."
• Candidates' economic plans get negative marks: "The Washington Post/ABC News survey indicated 54% of independents have an unfavorable view of President Barack Obama's plan for the economy, with 47% saying they view Mitt Romney's economic plan unfavorably. Thirty-eight percent viewed Obama's plan favorably, compared to 35% who felt the same about Romney's plan."
• JPMorgan clawbacks 'likely': "JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said Wednesday that risky financial bets resulting in more than $2 billion in losses will "likely" lead to clawbacks of senior banker pay - a rare occurrence on Wall Street."
• Lance Armstrong responds to doping allegations: "Champion cyclist Lance Armstrong said Wednesday the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency intends to 'dredge up discredited' doping allegations against him in a bid to strip him of his seven Tour de France victories."