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Sports White Sox to cut left-hander John Danks after 10 years

The AL-leading Chicago White Sox plan to cut John Danks on Thursday, ending the left-hander's 10-year run with the team.Danks has never been the same since he had shoulder surgery in 2012. If Danks signs a major league contract with another club, the amount owed by the White Sox would be reduced by a prorated share of $507,500 minimum.Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
USA Today
04/05
18 Points
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People Prince's death, Day 13: Latest news and tributes

ET: Larry Graham, the Sly and the Family Stone bassist who later became a member of Prince's band, discussed the late singer's spiritual life with the Associated Press Monday.They first met while they were both in Nashville playing separate shows in the mid-1990s and Prince, who was curious about Graham's faith,  eventually invited Graham to join him on tour and relocate to Minnesota.“He asked me questions every day, every week .
USA Today
03/05
27 Points

Sports The Latest: Detective seeks records on Prince airport stop

Several people who knew Prince have said they never saw him use drugs.Prince died April 21. It's not clear whether she actually knew Prince.A message seeking comment from Prince's representative wasn't immediately returned. Nelson also asked a detective for the name of the hospital that treated Prince.A law enforcement official who was briefed on the investigation into Prince's death says investigators are looking into whether Prince died from an overdose.
The Denver Post
04/05
10 Points
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Sports Saints, left tackle Armstead agree on 5-year extension

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USA Today
04/05
12 Points

Prince cocaine 'habit' reported by 911 caller

The mention of Germany could refer to Prince's tour there in 2010.Prince was found dead on April at age 57. Federal authorities have said that painkillers were found on Prince and in his home at the time of his death. "Everybody who knows Prince knows he wasn't walking around drugged up," McMillan told the Associated Press. Prince's longtime attorney, Londell McMillan, has dismissed speculation that his death could be linked to narcotics.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
12 Points

Sports The Latest: Detective seeks records on Prince airport stop

Several people who knew Prince have said they never saw him use drugs.Prince died April 21. It's not clear whether she actually knew Prince.A message seeking comment from Prince's representative wasn't immediately returned. Nelson also asked a detective for the name of the hospital that treated Prince.A law enforcement official who was briefed on the investigation into Prince's death says investigators are looking into whether Prince died from an overdose.
The Denver Post
04/05
9 Points
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Marine Corps may have misidentified man in iconic Iwo Jima flag photo

JOE ROSENTHAL/AP "Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima," the iconic World War II photo, is now being investigated by the Marine Corps. resident who runs a Marines website, to help him crack the case.The two eventually identified the man believed to be John Bradley as Harold Henry Schultz, a marine from Detroit. The Omaha World-Herald broke the news of the Marine Corps’ investigation.The picture was taken by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal on Feb.
Daily News
03/05
19 Points
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Tech India rejects Apple’s plans to sell used iPhones in the country after opposition by Samsung & others

will be a setback to Apple, but not one which will delay its expansion plans for the country, which include the first ever official Apple Stores in the country. Bloomberg is reporting that India has refused to grant Apple permission to sell used iPhones in the country, citing a telecommunications ministry official.The U.S. Its ambitious plans are said to include a flagship store based on the iconic Fifth Avenue design.Photo: Associated Press.
9to5Mac
03/05
20 Points
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Sports Ranieri won't sign superstars to strengthen Leicester squad

Claudio Ranieri is sticking with Leicester's title-winning blueprint and said the club won't be in the market for established, expensive talent to strengthen the Premier League champions."We don't need the superstars," Ranieri said Tuesday, a day after the trophy was clinched with two games to spare. "I want to improve the squad without big stars, but the right players."With a squad that cost less than $80 million to assemble, Leicester completed one of the greatest transformations in sporting history.
USA Today
04/05
6 Points
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Sports Rousseff say Rio to be 'most successful Olympics in history'

"There will be banners for or against President Rousseff. There is a chance of big protests during the torch relay."Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. Claudio, who will also captain Brazil's Olympic volleyball team, was followed by Brazilian mathematician Artur Avila Cordeiro de Melo.The relay across Brazil will involve 329 cities and 12,000 torchbearers. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
USA Today
03/05
15 Points
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Sports Don Shula treated for fluid retention, sleep apnea

Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Don Shula has been admitted to a hospital for treatment of fluid retention and sleep apnea.Shula's ailments were confirmed in a statement Tuesday by his wife, Mary Anne. He retired following the 1995 season and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1997.Shula's ailments were confirmed in a statement Tuesday by his wife, Mary Anne. He was admitted Monday, and she said the family "is looking for a speedy recovery."Copyright 2016 The Associated Press.
USA Today
04/05
4 Points
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Sports Calgary Flames fire coach Bob Hartley

The Calgary Flames fired Bob Hartley on Tuesday, a season after he was voted the NHL's coach of the year.Calgary took a big step backward this year after reaching the playoffs last season. The Flames finished 35-40-7, with only Vancouver and Edmonton posting fewer wins in the rugged Western Conference.Last season, he led the Flames to a 45-30-7 record and third place in the Pacific Division, but there was no sign of that team this season behind Johnny Gaudreau and Marc Giordano.
USA Today
03/05
10 Points

Travel Judy Blume talks Tumblr, possible new book

She has just launched a Tumblr account (judyblumeofficial.tumblr.com), on top of her popular Twitter feed and Facebook page. It's Me, Margaret" and "Blubber," began her Tumblr life in cheerful style:"Hi, I'm Judy Blume and this is my first "Tumble." I'm getting excited about the paperback edition of In the Unlikely Event coming May 3rd. She's starting to promote the paperback edition of her novel "In the Unlikely Event," set in her native New Jersey in the early 1950s.
The Denver Post
03/05
5 Points
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Afghan boy’s family flees Afghanistan in wake of viral Lionel Messi photos 

"I sold all my belongings and brought my family out of Afghanistan to save my son's life as well as the lives of the rest of the family," the father said.Earlier this year, the Afghan soccer federation had promised to arrange a meeting between Messi, a UNICEF goodwill ambassador, and Murtaza. SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images Murtaza Ahmadi, 5, kicks a soccer ball while wearing a striped plastic bag fashioned after a soccer jersey.
Daily News
03/05
3 Points
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