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Congress Aims to Avoid Shutdown As Trump Presses for Wins
Congress' return runs up against the threat of a government shutdown and a president eagerly looking for victories by his 100th day in office.

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N. Korean media issue threat to 'wipe out' US
An official North Korean website warned Monday that Pyongyang will "wipe out" the United States if Washington starts a war on the peninsula, the latest tit-for-tat sabre-rattling that has sent tensions soaring in the region.

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After French vote, European leaders come out against Le Pen. But what if she wins?
The decision to throw support behind pro-Europe candidate Emmanuel Macron represents a gamble for the continent’s powers-that-be.

POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Analysis: Trump’s Nowhere on Half His Presidential Pledges
<p>Donald Trump has made an unusually large number of pledges since becoming president, and as his administration approaches the 100-day mark on Saturday, the evidence shows he hasn't followed through on many of them.</p>

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Photo of the day: Top images from around the world
<p>A picture is worth a thousand words. Check out our Image of the Day, and browse a large collection of stunning photographs by news photographers from leading media companies around the world.</p>

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How Other Former Child Stars Tried to Help Erin Moran
She was the epitome of a bright young thing as Joanie in ‘Happy Days’ but Erin Moran died alone in a trailer park this weekend. Former child stars tried to help her, an advocacy group says.

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Sean Hannity Accused of Sexually Harassing Fox News Contributor
Debbie Schlussel, a former Fox News contributor, says the anchor ‘tried to get me to go back with him to the hotel after the show.’

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China's Xi calls for restraint with North Korea in call with Trump
Chinese President Xi Jinping called for restraint when dealing with North Korea during a phone call with President Trump on Monday, Chinese state media reported.

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Hero EMT who rescued girl who fell out of moving bus: ‘It was heartbreaking’
In Arkansas, the frightening moment a little girl tumbled out of a moving church van whose driver didn’t realize what had happened was captured on camera. Ryan Ciampoli, a licensed EMT who happened to be nearby, quickly took the 4-year-old out of the road. Now hailed as a hero, Ciampoli says he was at the right place at the right time, and the girl is expected to make a complete recovery. TODAY’s Hoda Kotb reports.

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A short history of presidents' complicated relationship with the 100-day milestone
Trump hasn't shied away from the 100-day milestone. Historians say presidents generally do.

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French Parties Unify Against Le Pen: ‘This Is Deadly Serious Now’
Marine Le Pen’s advancement to France’s presidential runoff on May 7 is a political earthquake. But now the other parties are unifying to stop her.

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Kidnap Suspect's Sister: 'He's Done This Horrible Thing'
Daphne Quinn says her brother Tad Cummins is not a monster. "He's done this horrible thing ... but he's still my brother and I love him," she said.

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North Korea Detains Third American Citizen: Officials
The Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang said it was aware of a Korean-American citizen being detained recently, but could not comment further.

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Kasich says cultural erosion helped Trump rise
On a breezy spring morning, Ohio Gov. John Kasich decides to ditch the black SUV in favor of walking about a mile from the CBS studio, where he has just been on Face the Nation, to his next interview about his new book at USA TODAY's bureau.

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Controversial removal of Confederate monuments starts in New Orleans
City begins process at one monument as vigil is held at another opposing removal of four such monuments; vigil gets heated

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French vote for Macron, Le Pen shuts out mainstream politics
<p>French voters shut out the country's political mainstream from the presidency for the first time in the country's modern history, and on Monday found themselves being courted across the spectrum for the runoff election.</p>

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Arkansas prepares for 1st double execution in US since 2000
<p>Two condemned Arkansas killers who admit they're guilty but fear their poor health could lead to extreme pain during lethal injections set for Monday might become the first inmates put to death in a double execution in the U.S. in more than 16 years.</p><p></p>

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Today in History: April 24


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‘Everyone tunes in’: Inside Trump’s obsession with cable TV
Why the president likes Sean Spicer: ‘That guy gets great ratings.’

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Trump sons seek to extend family brand into domestic markets
Apprentices no more, Eric and Donald Trump Jr. are now at the helm of the Trump Organization and adjusting to the reality presented by their father's presidency. They're eyeing ways to use the new lease on the family fame by expanding...

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Trump Saved Carrier Jobs. These Workers Weren’t as Lucky.
At an Indiana factory operated by the same corporate parent, more than 700 blue-collar workers are being laid off as their jobs are moved to Mexico.

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Report: US cases of anti-Semitism increased last year
The Anti-Defamation League found an increase in cases of anti-Semitic intimidation and vandalism last year, evidence that anti-Jewish bias intensified during the election.The Jewish civil rights group found 1,266 cases of anti-Semitic harassment last year, compared to 941 in 2015 and 912 in 2014. The increase continued into the first three months of this year, with reports of 541 incidents...

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Two die in separate falls in Sequoia National Park
Two people died after falling in separate incidents in California's Sequoia National Park over the weekend, according to the National Park Service. On Friday afternoon, a group of climbers was descending the eastern slope of Mount Whitney when they passed a man who was climbing alone up the Mountaineer's Route. The route — like the more commonly used trail to the 14,494-foot peak — starts at Whitney Portal, "but it is far more challenging," the Park Service said in a statement. Sometime later, the group saw a backpack fall and realized the man must have fallen. Once they...

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Afghan Base Massacre Adds New Uncertainty to Fight Against Taliban
The Taliban’s targeting of teenage recruits who had not yet even picked up a gun has sown fear and anger, threatening enlistment in the Afghan army.

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Reporting on People Who ‘Don’t Exist’
“I see flies, I see mosquitoes,” said a Chechen woman who represents the local government on human rights matters, “but I have never seen a gay man.”

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A mystery for centuries, huge Indian city found in Kansas
<p>Etzanoa has been a mystery for 400 years. Archaeologists could not find it. Historians thought reports of a permanent settlement with 20,000 Native Americans in it were exaggerated.</p>

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Controversial removal of Confederate monuments starts in New Orleans
City begins process at one monument as vigil is held at another opposing removal of four such monuments; vigil gets heated

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Illinois sailor killed at Pearl Harbor 'finally home'
<p>Michael Galajdik was finally laid to rest near his Joliet home Saturday after being killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor more than 75 years ago.</p>

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Chicago visit Monday to start Obama's re-entry into public eye
Former President Barack Obama returns to the public stage Monday morning in a homecoming to the University of Chicago, an event that stands to serve as a warmup for a higher profile in the coming weeks.&nbsp;

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Sean Hannity Accused of Sexually Harassing Fox News Contributor
Debbie Schlussel, a former Fox News contributor, says the anchor ‘tried to get me to go back with him to the hotel after the show.’

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Behind what one historian called the discovery of a lifetime
Harvard University researchers say they’ve discovered a second parchment copy of the Declaration of Independence.

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Trump Saved Carrier Jobs. These Workers Weren’t as Lucky.
At an Indiana factory operated by the same corporate parent, more than 700 blue-collar workers are being laid off as their jobs are moved to Mexico.

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SCOTUS will not review Houston police shooting "waistband" defense
The U.S. Supreme Court, turning down a chance to test the limits of police use of force, declined on Monday to revive an unarmed suspect's lawsuit accusing a Houston officer of unconstitutional excessive force for shooting him in the back after he reached for his own waistband.

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Report: US cases of anti-Semitism increased last year
The Anti-Defamation League found an increase in cases of anti-Semitic intimidation and vandalism last year, evidence that anti-Jewish bias intensified during the election.The Jewish civil rights group found 1,266 cases of anti-Semitic harassment last year, compared to 941 in 2015 and 912 in 2014. The increase continued into the first three months of this year, with reports of 541 incidents...

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Remembering an earlier refugee crisis, and a family who risked their lives to help
Albanian Muslims who sheltered Jews in WWII honored on Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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Toddler among five dead in New York house fire
Five people, including a 2-year-old toddler and two other children, died on Sunday in a house fire in the New York City borough of Queens, the city's deadliest such blaze in two years, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

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Long-distance call: Trump to speak with astronaut Peggy Whitson
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson will be the recipient of a special long-distance call on Monday when President Trump congratulates her record-breaking stay on the International Space Station.

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Against all odds, the U.S. tobacco industry is rolling in money
Profits are booming for cigarette companies, despite government regulation, huge legal settlements and a decline in smoking rates. The secret: A consolidated industry has been able to boost the price per pack dramatically.

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Inspired by own family, Kentucky gov. tackles foster system
The little girl was 11, living in a foster care group home, when she ended up playing tag in a Louisville park with the daughters of a wealthy investment manager who would one day be Kentucky's governor.Matt Bevin said he and his wife, Glenna, noticed how the girl attached herself to their daughters, "like she was just one of...

POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
For older people living alone, daily automated calls can mean safety
Police departments in many communities offer this service as aging populations increase.

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Two die in separate falls in Sequoia National Park
Two people died after falling in separate incidents in California's Sequoia National Park over the weekend, according to the National Park Service. On Friday afternoon, a group of climbers was descending the eastern slope of Mount Whitney when they passed a man who was climbing alone up the Mountaineer's Route. The route — like the more commonly used trail to the 14,494-foot peak — starts at Whitney Portal, "but it is far more challenging," the Park Service said in a statement. Sometime later, the group saw a backpack fall and realized the man must have fallen. Once they...

POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Deputy's first day on job: Wrestling a gator
A rookie deputy from the Lee County Sheriff's Office, responding to her first call on her first day on her own, was pressed into service helping to corral a 6- to 7-foot injured alligator. Deputy Morgin Evins, fresh out of training, was called to Pulte Homes' Corkscrew Shores development Sunday for a call about an aggressive gator. The LCSO said the gator was in a defensive posture, and was reported by a neighbor walking his dog that it was at the front door of a home in the gated community. "The people weren't home at the time, LCSO Sgt. George Mingione said. The reptile was missing an appendage and had cuts and lacerations on its body and tail, Mangione said. "It looked like it had been injured in a fight with another gator," Mingione said. Due to the severe injuries, the gator will probably be euthanized, he said. Deputy Evins helped with the capture by holding the gator's head still with a gaff while a Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission gator handler taped up the reptile's mouth. Follow Michael Braun on Twitter: @MichaelBraunNP Related:

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A popular public school Bible class in West Virginia faces legal challenge
Most in the county want to keep it, but does it meet the constitutional standard?

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The five shots that changed this boy’s life
He wanted to be brave like his dad, until the gun violence circling his life found a close target.

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Kasich says cultural erosion helped Trump rise
On a breezy spring morning, Ohio Gov. John Kasich decides to ditch the black SUV in favor of walking about a mile from the CBS studio, where he has just been on Face the Nation, to his next interview about his new book at USA TODAY's bureau.

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Trump steps up calls for Mexican border wall as shutdown looms
Trump offered the argument on Twitter the same day lawmakers return to Washington with a week to fund the government. The White House would like to see money for the wall in the funding bill.

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Nearing 100-day mark, Trump says milestone not 'meaningful'
For nearly 100 days, President Donald Trump has rattled Washington and been chastened by its institutions.

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Congress Aims to Avoid Shutdown As Trump Presses for Wins
Congress' return runs up against the threat of a government shutdown and a president eagerly looking for victories by his 100th day in office.

POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
A short history of presidents' complicated relationship with the 100-day milestone
Trump hasn't shied away from the 100-day milestone. Historians say presidents generally do.

POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Senate set to confirm Sonny Perdue as agriculture secretary
After months of delay, the Senate is expected to confirm former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue as agriculture secretary. Perdue would be the first Southerner in the post in more than two decades.

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Senate Trump-Russia Probe Has No Full-Time Staff, No Key Witnesses
There are just seven part-time staffers working on the Senate inquiry. Not one of them is a trained investigator. And they haven’t interviewed a single player in Trump’s orbit.

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Transcript of AP interview with Trump
<p>A transcript of an Oval Office interview Friday with President Donald Trump by AP White House Correspondent Julie Pace. Where the audio recording of the interview is unclear, ellipses or a notation that the recording was unintelligible are used.</p>

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‘Everyone tunes in’: Inside Trump’s obsession with cable TV
Why the president likes Sean Spicer: ‘That guy gets great ratings.’

POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Analysis: Trump’s Nowhere on Half His Presidential Pledges
<p>Donald Trump has made an unusually large number of pledges since becoming president, and as his administration approaches the 100-day mark on Saturday, the evidence shows he hasn't followed through on many of them.</p>

POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Trump sons seek to extend family brand into domestic markets
Apprentices no more, Eric and Donald Trump Jr. are now at the helm of the Trump Organization and adjusting to the reality presented by their father's presidency. They're eyeing ways to use the new lease on the family fame by expanding...

POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Cabinet Officials Seem to Back Off Trump Vow to End Order on ‘Dreamers’
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly indicated that children of undocumented immigrants would not be targeted.

POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Trump, Pence allies cash in as lobbyists
<p>Former campaign aides, fundraisers and others with ties to President Trump and Vice President Pence have attracted dozens of new lobbying clients in Washington, raking in more than $2.2 million in lobbying fees in the first months of the administration, a USA TODAY analysis shows.</p>

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Trump Saved Carrier Jobs. These Workers Weren’t as Lucky.
At an Indiana factory operated by the same corporate parent, more than 700 blue-collar workers are being laid off as their jobs are moved to Mexico.

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Trump, insisting Mexico will pay, puts pressure on spending bill to fund wall
Mick Mulvaney says he does not know if President Trump would sign a spending bill without border wall funding.

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Trump touts polls: 'Good considering that much of the media is FAKE'
<p>President Trump on Sunday touted the recent polling out as the president approaches his first 100 days in office.</p>

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Under fire for Holocaust flubs, Trump to headline remembrance ceremony
On Tuesday, President Trump, like others before him, will deliver the keynote address at a ceremony commemorating the Holocaust.

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McMullin faces big election debt amid talk about run for Chaffetz seat
Evan McMullin, who ran as a "Never Trump" conservative in the 2016 presidential elections, is having financial trouble bouncing back from his defeat.

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Donald Trump has made the right enemies in 1st 100 days: Column
With President Trump’s 100th day in office coming at the end of April, media have already begun the timeless — and meaningless — process of dissecting how he is doing. One hundred is an arbitrary deadline, born of our society’s enduring fascination with round numbers. Nonetheless, we persist in asking presidential candidates what their first 100 days would be like and then judging the winner at the same mark.

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Whom do you hate? France's Trump plays to voters' fury
The first round of France’s presidential elections this weekend will be about who citizens dislike the most, not which one they support.

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The GOP’s latest health-care plan is comically bad
The proposal reads like a “Saturday Night Live” skit.

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Sessions Didn’t Disrespect Hawaii, He Raised An Important Question
How can one federal judge control the immigration policy of the entire country?

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Trump and DeVos should prepare to fight for school choice
OPINION | School choice can work for children, but the status quo won’t die easy.

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The News in Cartoons
<p>See the news through the eyes of cartoonists</p>

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Trump's Immigration Restrictions Will Hurt Americans
President Donald Trump's immigration restrictions will have an enormous economic cost.

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North Korea risk too high for military option
North Korea’s impressive parade of nuclear-capable ballistic missiles last weekend occurred as the Trump administration asserted it was not ruling out any option to address this rising threat.

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Cal Thomas: What is our goal with North Korea?
What is our goal with North Korea? Is it regime change? If so, who and what would follow if Kim is ousted?

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The Coming Crisis With Iran
The 2015 nuclear deal made the world a safer place. What will happen if it comes apart?

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How Republicans could pass 'TrumpCare' this month
Making pro bono healthcare part of a final package could be key in securing the repeal of ObamaCare.

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After French vote, European leaders come out against Le Pen. But what if she wins?
The decision to throw support behind pro-Europe candidate Emmanuel Macron represents a gamble for the continent’s powers-that-be.

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Top U.S. general 'not refuting' reports Russia supplying Taliban
The head of U.S. and international forces in Afghanistan said on Monday he was "not refuting" reports that Russia was providing support, including weapons, to the Taliban.

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N. Korean media issue threat to 'wipe out' US
An official North Korean website warned Monday that Pyongyang will "wipe out" the United States if Washington starts a war on the peninsula, the latest tit-for-tat sabre-rattling that has sent tensions soaring in the region.

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Netanyahu on Holocaust: 'Hypocrisy is screaming to the sky'
Sirens wailed across Israel and thousands marched at the Auschwitz death camps in Poland on Monday as the world marked Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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French Parties Unify Against Le Pen: ‘This Is Deadly Serious Now’
Marine Le Pen’s advancement to France’s presidential runoff on May 7 is a political earthquake. But now the other parties are unifying to stop her.

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Syrian First Lady's social media posts reflect 'alternate reality'
The Instagram account of Bashar Assad’s wife is adorned with tender snapshots: Asma Assad reading to Syrian children; holding an infant inside a maternity hospital in Damascus; embracing the family of a Syrian who was killed in the nation’s civil war – all with the affectionate hashtag #WeLoveYouAsma.

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Death toll from migrant boat sinking in Aegean rises to 16
<p>A migrant boat sank overnight in the eastern Aegean Sea between Greece and Turkey, leaving at least 16 people dead, including two children, Greek authorities said Monday. Two women from it were rescued and several other people are believed to be missing.</p>

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North Korea Detains Third American Citizen: Officials
The Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang said it was aware of a Korean-American citizen being detained recently, but could not comment further.

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At least 35 killed in drug violence across Mexico
<p>At least 35 people were killed over the weekend in Mexico, according to local officials, amid a widespread surge in drug gang violence that has driven murders to a level not seen since 2011.</p>

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Today in History: April 24


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Young Honduran migrant remains optimistic about a new life in US
As a cold rain pelted the Mexican border town of Nogales, a young Honduran man and his two companions gathered outside a Catholic charity kitchen...

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Woman whose daughter was killed in 1999 loses second daughter to murder
Kansas police announced Sunday the capture of a man who they say murdered a woman near the playground named for the victim's sister -- who was just 10 when she was abducted and killed in 1999.

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Arkansas prepares for 1st double execution in US since 2000
<p>Two condemned Arkansas killers who admit they're guilty but fear their poor health could lead to extreme pain during lethal injections set for Monday might become the first inmates put to death in a double execution in the U.S. in more than 16 years.</p><p></p>

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Kidnap Suspect's Sister: 'He's Done This Horrible Thing'
Daphne Quinn says her brother Tad Cummins is not a monster. "He's done this horrible thing ... but he's still my brother and I love him," she said.

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Two inmates found dead in separate cells at California prison
<p>Two inmates were found dead inside separate cells at a California state prison in Monterey County early Saturday, officials said.</p>

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Police search for missing boy in California; father arrested
Police in Southern California on Sunday finished their search of a park where the passed-out father of a missing 5-year-old boy was found over the weekend and are asking for anyone with information to come forward.South Pasadena Police Chief Art Miller said that investigators have had a difficult time getting answers from the boy's father, Aramazd Andressian Sr.,...

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Last clang of bars for Fla. Keys prison as inmates moved to mainland
<p>It was a place for minimum-custody inmates who helped maintain U.S. 1 and saved taxpayers millions of dollars, and it is no more.</p>

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Police ambush killer's strategy to avoid death: Blame Dad
As Eric Frein tries to avoid death row for ambushing two Pennsylvania State Police troopers at their barracks, defense lawyers are suggesting they intend to raise questions about his father's influence on the gunman, a college dropout and ne'er-do-well who lived with his parents into his 30s.

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Maryland student indicted in attack plot investigation
The 18-year-old woman accused of plotting an attack at Catoctin High School has been indicted.&nbsp;

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California moves - slowly - toward resuming executions
<p>SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California has long been what one expert calls a "symbolic death penalty state," one of 12 that has capital punishment on the books but has not executed anyone in more than a decade.</p>

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Funeral services held for Ohio victim of Facebook killer
Funeral services have been held for a Cleveland retiree whose shooting death was posted on Facebook.Family members on Saturday recalled Robert Godwin Sr. as a loving, gentle person who taught the importance of forgiveness.

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Rhoden family members plea for information about killings
Tearful family members are pleading for information that could help solve the massacre of eight people in Ohio a year ago, in a video released Friday.&nbsp;

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Federal judge backs firing squads, guillotine for executions
A controversial federal judge thinks firing squads and guillotines should come back in style as the debate over executions in Arkansas rages on.&nbsp;

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Ex-robber's time in prison led to law professor job
A new faculty member tells a story of redemption: He probably never would have found the law, he said, if he had not gone to prison.

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The five shots that changed this boy’s life
He wanted to be brave like his dad, until the gun violence circling his life found a close target.

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Abducted Tennessee Teen Reunited With Family: Lawyer
The 15-year-old was in a safe location with her family and resting comfortably after police found her in a remote California cabin earlier this week.

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Golden State Killer: Search for elusive California criminal
<p>Lauren Clark is a “48 Hours” producer. She writes about investigation into the search for a man who terrorized California for a decade.</p>

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Juror felt a heavy burden in Hernandez case
The jurors who acquitted Aaron Hernandez in his recent double-murder trial did not unanimously agree that the ex-NFL star was innocent, but they wrestled with the credibility of witnesses and agreed prosecutors did not meet the burden of proof for a first-degree conviction, the jury forewoman told the Globe in an exclusive interview. The nine women and seven men — 12 jurors and four alternates — never discussed Hernandez’s previous conviction ...

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Fast-moving bike bandits target unsuspecting victims in NYC
Police have released surveillance photo of suspects that are described as being men 30 to 35 years old; no injuries reported

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Samsung to update software over 'red screen' smartphone
Electronics giant Samsung will this week offer an unusually early software update for its newly-released Galaxy S8 phone, it said Monday after some consumers complained of red-tinted screens.

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The incredible evolution of supercomputers' powers, from 1946 to today
The first supercomputer went live in 1965.

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Nikon files patent case against ASML, Carl Zeiss
Japan's Nikon Corp on Monday said it has initiated legal action against ASML Holding NV and Carl Zeiss AG, saying the Dutch and Germany companies used its lithography technology without its permission.

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I've lost my Gmail password: Now what?
I forgot to the password to my Gmail account and also no longer have the “recovery email” account I specified when I created the account.

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A 3D-printed patch could help you recover from a heart attack
Scientists have dreamed of easily patching up heart tissue in the wake of heart attacks, but there are always gotchas: for example, it's no mean feat to replicate the complex structures of real tissue.&nbsp;

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Flying cars: A 1950s dream takes to the skies
SAN FRANCISCO — So here's just how fast technology is accelerating. We haven't even nailed down self-driving cars yet, and now the buzz is all about flying cars. In fact, the dogged pursuit of an airborne escape from traffic has been with us for more than half a century, from the limited-edition Aerocar of the 1950s to the host of contemporary companies now taking pre-orders for their airborne vehicles. Dutch startup PAL-V announced last week that it was taking $10,000 deposits for its $400,000-and-up two seat Liberty flying car, while Slovakia-based AeroMobil began doing the same for its $1 million-plus machine due out in three years. Both models would require a runway and a pilot's license. Other big players include Massachusetts-based Terrafugia, whose XF-T looks like a car with wings folded by its sides and, notably, can take off and land vertically, using so-called VTOL technology. The company's site claims flying an XF-T won't require a full pilot's license. That's the same approach taken by Germany's Lilium Aviation, which just conducted a successful unmanned test flight of its VTOL craft with wheels. And ride-hailing giant Uber, whose ambitious push into self-driving cars is entangled in a lawsuit from rival Google, also envisions a world where your Uber ride can skip the downtown gridlock by taking to the skies. On Tuesday, Uber will host an Elevate conference in Dallas on that idea. From the looks of these big technological leaps, it would appear that hopping a flight to the office is but a few years away. Time to sell the car and buy a parachute. Throttle it back a bit, industry experts say. "Generally speaking, technology is outstripping not just existing regulations, but the speed with which government regulators can rule on new regulations that ensure new technology is safe and organized," says Karl Brauer, executive publisher of Cox Automotive, which includes Kelley Blue Book. Brauer points out that the Department of Transportation is still trying to iron out rules for autonomous car companies, "and now you'd have a machine that operates in yet another dimension of space. There are just regulations questions all over the place." The Federal Aviation Administration says it is discussing certification options with some flying car manufacturers, with the agreement that initially pilots would be at the helm of such craft. Dick Knapinski, spokesperson for the Experimental Aircraft Association, says "there's no question that 25 years ago, we didn't have the technology to consider any of this. But considering we're still trying to figure out how drones should use air space, having cars flying around could take a while." Tesla's route Engineering a flying car is easier today than its every been, thanks to considerable advancements in lightweight materials, electrical power generation and computer-assisted design that doesn't risk lives with live trials. What's more, where dedicated hobbyists once made up the bulk of those trying to fashion a machine that could seamlessly transition from concrete to the clouds, today some of the smartest and wealthiest individuals on earth are on the hunt. Larry Page, co-founder of Google, has personally invested in two secretive flying car companies, ZeeAero and Kitty Hawk. Much like with self-driving cars, actually creating a dual-purpose flying car is more likely a matter of when than if. When it comes to overcoming regulatory obstacles, flying car startups may be taking their cues from SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who bulldozed his way into the automotive manufacturing business. While Tesla's profitability remains a concern for investors, there's no question that Musk has made a name for himself and his sleek electric sedans while causing many consumers to reevaluate electric vehicles. Similarly, flying car companies may also be taking an if-you-build-it-they-will-buy-it approach, banking on public demand pushing lawmakers to pave the way for the new transportation. Terrafugia, Zee.Aero and others did not respond to a request for comment. For the moment, the FAA is taking a "flexible, risk-based approach" to evaluating this evolving tech, especially when it comes to machines that would not require drivers to be pilots and instead fly themselves. "Autonomous passenger air car concepts are still in their early stages (and) several areas need further research," including the aircraft's operational risks and its ability to interact with air traffic control, the FAA said in a statement sent to USA TODAY. As for consumer's embracing this new form of travel, given how long this almost cartoon-ish vision (think The Jetsons) has tantalized us, it would stand to reason that everyone would be on board. But a recent survey by the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute suggests that such excitement is tempered by real concerns. After all, a fender bender on the ground is already a hassle; an airborne one could be a disaster for those above and below. According to UMTRI's survey, while 75% cited shorter travel times as a reason for being interested in the tech, 62% said they "very concerned" about the overall safety of flying cars, with more than half troubled at the prospect of being in such craft in poor weather or at night. More than 60% were moderately or very concerned about the skills required to fly the vehicle, which is perhaps why VTOL machines that are fully automated have the greatest chance of gaining mass acceptance from commuters. Last fall, Uber published a white paper that suggested the ride-hailing giant, which is in the middle of a series of cultural crises, was going to seriously pursue not just autonomous cars but also self-flying VTOL aircraft. The paper sketched out a future filled with on-demand air transportation that would shorten a two-hour San Jose to San Francisco drive to a 15-minute VTOL breeze. "We believe in the long term, VTOL will be even less expensive than owning a car," the paper notes, citing high demand that would trigger high production and lower vehicle costs. On the flip side, hurdles acknowledged in the Uber document include certification by U.S. and European agencies that regulate the skies, further improvement in battery technology that would keep the craft light and flying for longer periods, and reliability issues when considering a craft that must repeatedly collect passengers with gentle landings but also get them places at up to 200 mph. In the meantime, the high-tech tinkering continues in workshops around the world, driven as much by innovation as by the simple desire to get out of earth-bound gridlock. "Everyone's had the same dream," says Brauer. "You're stuck in traffic, and you imagine yourself simply flying away." Follow USA TODAY tech reporter Marco della Cava on Twitter.

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What’s up with the anti-dog label inside the Galaxy S8?
&nbsp;Not a chew toy

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Full Throttle remains a narrative video game masterpiece
In examining how gallant, restrained masculinity could function as an action-adventure ideal, the LucasArts game was way ahead of its time

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Robocaller bait: Your old, recycled phone numbers
Thousands of telephone lines sit o­­­n a Federal Trade Commission “honeypot” computer, answering and trapping incoming calls, and capturing caller IDs and voice recordings. Many of the telephone numbers used in this technological trap were abandoned by consumers because they were flooded by illegal telemarketing calls. But, to the FTC, the unwanted numbers are just the bait needed to lure in the scammers. The trap for robocallers — autodialed marketing calls sometimes set up just to steal money — feeds an ever-growing database and is one of the FTC’s technological weapons against the millions and millions of unwanted calls made to landlines and cellphones every month. Last year, the FTC each month averaged more than 445,000 Do Not Call (DNC) list complaints from consumers, with about two-thirds related to robocalls. Most of the scammers are in the U.S., but many are in countries like India, China and Nigeria, and beyond the reach of U.S. authorities. Related: While the random call with the unrecognized number and area code might be a nuisance, the goal of the scammers isn’t to be annoying — it’s often to get a credit card number and steal money. In some cases, the robocall company is building a list of potential sales leads for companies selling products ranging from home alarm systems to cruise line tickets. Robocaller ringleader The FTC last week announced a settlement with Justin Ramsey, whom the agency called “the ringleader of telemarketing operations that blasted illegal robocalls to consumers and called phone numbers listed on the National Do Not Call Registry.” Ramsey and his company — one of many he ran targeted by the FTC — agreed to a $2.2 million penalty. However, the actual payment would be $65,000 based on the financial condition of his company. A U.S. District Court filing in January by the FTC against Ramsey and a list of companies illustrated the scope of such operations. In April and May last year, Ramsey and his company made over 3.5 million telephone calls selling home security systems, home solar energy equipment and other goods and services, according to the complaint. “Nearly a quarter of those calls, 837,989, were to telephone numbers that had been listed on the (Do Not Call) Registry,” the complaint noted. Ramsey and his associates operated out of a two-story office building in Boynton Beach, Florida. Several state attorneys general have gone after Ramsey and the companies, including the Mississippi Attorney General’s office, which got both injunctive relief and a monetary judgment of $420,000 based on 84 violations, according to the FTC complaint. “Ramsey admits that, when he received a document from the Mississippi Attorney General’s office, he threw it in the trash and did not read it,” the complaint states. Companies like Ramsey’s blast out calls to a list of telephone numbers without regard for the FTC’s Do Not Call Registry. As Ramsey wrote in an email to a business associate in June 2015, according to the complaint: “i [sic] HATE THE DNC ABSOLUTELY F***ING HATE IT.” Many consumers getting unwanted calls on their cell or home phones may wonder why, if their number is one of the 226 million registered on the Do Not Call list. 'Can you hear me?' But the list doesn’t prevent the robocallers from calling a large database of telephone numbers. An attempt to block one of the numbers on a cellphone will stop the number, but many robocallers “spoof” by using fake numbers they make up. They can change the number every hour, if they want, according to the FTC. If a robocaller were flooding phones in the 607 area code, for example, with telemarketing calls, the robocaller could make it appear the call is coming from a number in the 607 area code. That might be enough to get the consumer to answer the call, which is when the problems begin. Some recorded robocalls ask “Can you hear me?” Simply answering “yes” will put your telephone number on a list of active numbers to be called. Some calls ask you to push 1 for more information on, say, home alarm systems. The result could be a real person on the other end — either trying to make a sale or simply attempting to extract your credit card information for fake charges. “Our complaint numbers have been increasing over the last year,” Will Maxson, the FTC’s assistant director of the division of marketing practices, said in an interview. Consumer complaints usually fall into two buckets. One is the legitimate business running afoul of the Do Not Call registry by calling a registered number. To avoid this, careful telemarketers will run their database of phone numbers against the registry every month to eliminate the possibility of calling a registered number. The maximum penalty for each violation is $40,000. The other bucket is the robocaller, which has no regard for the list and is sending out millions of calls every day. Often the goal isn’t to sell a product, but to get a consumer’s credit card number for fraudulent charges. This is a low-cost business, with each call amounting to a penny, according to the FTC. In the fiscal year that ended last September, the FTC received 362,000 Do Not Call complaints, more than 30,000 per month, from consumers in New York State. Nearly 14,000 came from those in the 607 area code in southern and central New York, and nearly 26,000 from the 585 area code in the Rochester area, according to the FTC. "Even the FTC admits the DNC list does not work anymore," said Aaron Foss, founder of Nomorobo, a telephone app for landlines and cellphones that screens and blocks robocalls. Foss' company, based on Long Island, won an FTC challenge in 2013 for technological solutions to robocallers. The FTC got about 800 entries. Nomorobo, offered by some phone companies, is free to consumers for Internet landlines, such as those from cable television companies. Cell users pay $1.99 a month for the protection. Foss said he has about 972,000 users and is growing. "Most people think they're just annoying," Foss said of robocalls. But they're a threat, trying to extract money from you, he added. Robocaller hour: 6:30 PM Foss said older consumers as a group tend to answer all phone calls while younger consumers will look at an unrecognized number and not pick up. One scam was aimed at older consumers, telling them "your doctor has approved you" for a special back brace. The telemarketer says they just need the consumer's credit card for the shipping cost. Another ongoing telemarketing scam is a call supposedly from the Internal Revenue Service demanding payment — but the IRS makes contact through the mail first, and doesn't demand credit card information. Some cell carriers have programs to stop robocalls from reaching their networks. AT&amp;T last week announced it had blocked its billionth robocall, noting in recent weeks the program has been averaging 12 million blocked calls each weekday. At Nomorobo, Foss said he's found the peak in calls tends to be around 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time and continues into the evening. Despite the enforcement actions by federal and state agencies and technological solutions, the scammers continue to make money. "That's the reason it's not stopping," Foss said. Follow the reporter at @neillborowski and contact him at nborowski@gannett.com.

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Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg
On May 1, 2015, while vacationing in Mexico, the husband of Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, died suddenly; Dave Goldberg was just 47. Then known for her bestselling 2013 book "Lean In," which urged women in the workplace to stand up for themselves, Sandberg unexpectedly found herself confronting her toughest challenge, as a single mother of two young children. In an emotional and wide-ranging interview, Sandberg talks with "CBS This Morning" co-anchor Norah O'Donnell about how she and her children worked together to move forward after the loss. She also talks about coping with grief and other life lessons she explores in her new book, "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience and Finding Joy," co-written with friend and psychologist Adam Grant.

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The best iPhone camera tricks to try today
<p>The iPhone is much more than a point-and-shoot camera - these are the cool features you need to know about.</p>

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The robo-taxi era is closer than you think
In large cities, the cheapest, most convenient way to travel will likely be in shared, self-driving electric taxis, which will account for as many as one-quarter of all U.S. miles travels by 2030, according to new research.&nbsp;

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With Galaxy S8, Samsung grabs smartphone design crown
There's nothing on the market that compares with Samsung's latest

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7 ways to protect your social media account from hackers
Hackers could steal your private information through your social media accounts. Protect yourself with these seven tips.

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The simple way to download anything from SoundCloud
Aspiring rappers used to hustle in parking lots, selling mixtapes out of the trunk of their cars. Now they’re posting on SoundCloud. The streaming platform is where major artists like Drake, Chance the Rapper, and Kanye West drop surprise albums and new tracks for unsuspecting fans, and where meme trends like Trumpwave emerge.&nbsp;

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Pinterest fixes its broken visual search tool for Chrome
Pinterest thought it launched something cool when it added visual search to its Chrome browser in March.&nbsp;

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LG G6 vs. Google Pixel XL: Which one's better?
Don't want the Galaxy S8, but can't decide between LG and Google's phones? We'll help.

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How to keep iPhone's autocorrect in check
So why do you have to drive me so crazy?&nbsp;

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Teen with Down syndrome gets special ride to prom
<p>Last month, after 18-year-old Shaedon Wedel asked his best friend’s 15-year-old sister, Carlie Wittman, to prom wearing a custom Doritos t-shirt with a “cheesy” promposal on it, the chip company wanted to surprise the teens with a ride to the dance in a Doritos helicopter.</p>

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Robotics team was told 'go back to Mexico.' It only fueled their success.
"These five kids are some of the brightest and best kids I've had in my whole teaching career,” robotics coach Lisa Hopper said.

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Runaway goats reunited with owner after ride-along with police
<p>A pair of goats found hanging out near the parking lot for the Rail Trail along the Passagassawakeag River Sunday morning have been reunited with their owner, Belfast police said Sunday afternoon on their Facebook page.</p>

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Teen who lost his hands becomes unlikely basketball hero
Despite riding the bench all season, Jamarion Styles earned a reputation as the hardest worker on his team.

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Family leaves heartwarming note for NFL player after flight
After weeks of nightmare flight delays, battered passengers and near-brawls, a heartwarming story is descending from the friendly skies.

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Father, son have emotional reunion after 54 years
Bruce Brooks, of Council Bluffs, Iowa,&nbsp;lost track of his two sons after he and their mother separated in 1963.

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Tenn. man offers kids free haircuts if they do their homework
In this week's Sunday Closer, NBC's Gabe Gutierrez meets a Tennessee man who has saved families thousands of dollars by offering free haircuts in school. The catch? The elementary students have to earn their haircuts by doing their homework.

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5 years after newborns needed hearts, moms remain bonded
Five years after learning that their newborns would need heart transplants, four mothers who connected at a Chicago hospital have formed lasting bonds, recently celebrating their childrens' good health with a "heartiversary" party.

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Teens help rescue boy with autism who got lost in woods
A Massachusetts police department thanked a group of teens who helped a 5-year-old boy with autism find his way to safety after he was separated from his mother while hiking in the woods.

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Customer gives waitress $500 for new hearing aid
Keri Marie Carlson says she wept in the man's arms.

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Undergrads build prosthetic arm for 10-year-old violinist
A 10-year-old girl born with no left hand is playing the violin, thanks to a specially designed prosthetic built by undergraduates at George Mason University.

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Homeless girls in NYC find Girl Scout troop to call their own
The members of Girl Scout Troop 6000 in New York City are part of the first troop organized exclusively for homeless girls.

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Firefighters surprise mom-to-be with shower, new apartment
Nicola Taylor, 30, was 8-months-pregnant when she awoke to thick black smoke engulfing her apartment.

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Hospital's dance class for kids offers physical therapy and fun
Walk into a Dance Unlimited class at Akron’s Children’s Hospital, and you’ll be sure to see smiling faces and excited students.

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Cops rally around boy fighting cancer
The law enforcement community has rallied around six-year-old cancer patient Devin Suau, who may be the cutest honorary police commissioner in Boston's history.

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Fla. couple welcomes naturally conceived quadruplets
An Englewood couple went to their first pregnancy appointment expecting one baby - but they learned they were having four.

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'Child's game, phooey!' Cop plays hopscotch with little girl
A Texas police officer becomes an internet darling after video goes viral of him playing hopscotch with a little girl.

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Dow rises 200 points, Nasdaq hits all-time high after French election
<p>U.S. equities got off to a roaring start on Monday as investors cheered the results of the first round in the French presidential election.</p>

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Hotly debated Trump move could hit your pocketbook, farmers say
Farmers fear crackdown on illegal immigrants could mean worker shortage in their fields, with resulting hike in food prices

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This is the average total cost of retirement
Your retirement is likely the biggest purchase you'll make in your lifetime. Shouldn't you prepare for it?

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The entrepreneur who skipped college and made $1,037,100 in five months
The Million Dollar Homepage is a successful gimmick that proves success has no formula.

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Why default saving rates in 401(k)s are too low
If you’re not saving at least 12% of your pretax pay for retirement, you’re likely not saving enough, says WSJ Retirement and Wealth Expert David Blanchett of Morningstar Investment Management.

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3 things you can count on when Trump unveils new tax plan
Republicans may have headed back to the drawing board on tax reform, but these changes might be a near certainty.

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Musk nearing $1.4 billion windfall as Tesla achieves milestones
(Bloomberg) -- Only six remaining milestones stand between Tesla Inc.’s Elon Musk and an estimated $1.4 billion windfall for the carmaker’s billionaire chief executive officer.

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Scams push foreclosure fraud to limit, taking victims' homes
The phone call came as Raymond Murray neared the bottom of his luck.

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IBM says CEO pay is $33 million. Others say it is far higher.
When IBM shareholders gather on Tuesday, they’ll be asked to sign off on a $33 million pay package for Chief Executive Officer Ginni Rometty.

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Be kind, rewind: Blockbuster stores kept open in Alaska
Even though the video rental chain went belly-up in 2010, a handful of outlets in the far north still keeps the shelves stocked

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Against all odds, the U.S. tobacco industry is rolling in money
Profits are booming for cigarette companies, despite government regulation, huge legal settlements and a decline in smoking rates. The secret: A consolidated industry has been able to boost the price per pack dramatically.

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NBA report card: The playoffs are getting nuts
<p>Another week of playoff basketball is in the books, and the tide has turned in several series across the league.&nbsp;</p>

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4 things we learned Sunday from the 2017 NBA playoffs
4 things we learned Sunday from the 2017 NBA playoffs

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Serena's beautiful note to her unborn baby is perfect in every way
"From the world's oldest number one to the world's youngest number one."

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Video: Westbrook nails it from downtown and more top plays
Take a look at the top five plays from Sunday's playoff action.

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Aaron Hernandez's Connecticut hometown prepares for funeral
Family and friends of Aaron Hernandez will say their farewells to the former NFL player during a private funeral in his hometown.

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Westbrook goes off on reporter after Game 4 loss
Frustration boils over.

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Former Florida DT charged with allegedly punching woman
Former Florida defensive tackle Caleb Brantley enters the biggest week of his life as a player facing a misdemeanor battery charge for allegedly striking a woman in the face earlier this month.&nbsp;

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Giants airing poorly timed MadBum dirt bike commercial
If fans of the San Francisco Giants weren't already salty about their 6-13 start and the recent loss of ace Madison Bumgarner for six-to-eight weeks thanks to a dirt bike accident, they might not want to turn on the television. The Giants are apparently showing a Ford truck commercial during...

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The Day in Sports Photos
A wrap up of the day in sports

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Former speedway world champ in induced coma after crash
<p>WARSAW, Poland (AP) -- A hospital doctor says that Tomasz Gollob, the 2010 world speedway champion, is in an induced coma after injuring his spinal cord in an accident while training in Poland.</p>

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Report: 49ers considering a quarterback with No. 2 pick
The San Francisco 49ers will consider taking a quarterback with the team's No. 2 overall pick in this week's NFL draft, reports NFL.com's Ian Rapaport.

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Thompson-inspired golf rule change set for Tuesday
The R&amp;A and USGA will announce a change to the rules of golf tomorrow that is expected to ensure a Lexi Thompson situation does not crop up in future.

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Quarterback might not be a top priority in opening round of NFL draft
If anyone questions whether the NFL is a quarterback-driven league, consider that many of the worst teams are looking for one.

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Pedroia denies ordering retaliation pitch on Machado
Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia said he doesn't condone the sort of police work carried out Sunday.

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ITF launches investigation into racist comment about Serena’s baby
"The ITF does not tolerate discriminatory and offensive language and behavior of any kind."

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Thomas' thoughts still far away from basketball
Isaiah Thomas has used basketball to help him deal with his sister's death.&nbsp;

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Bulls' Hoiberg takes shot at officiating after Game 4
Not happy with Isaiah Thomas's purported carrying.

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