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Ted Cruz plays his 'woman card'

and Barnes & Noble told USA TODAY that their employees and customers are welcome to use the stores' bathrooms based on their gender identification. Bison populations have now rebounded but never come close to their former numbers. If the Senate passes the measure and President Obama signs it into law, the bison will be on par with the bald eagle, the national bird.This is a compilation of stories across USA TODAY.Contributing: Associated PressWant the Short List delivered straight to your inbox.
USA Today
28/04
13 Points
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Bernstein: In Tuesday's primaries, Trump made up lost ground

I'm hearing plenty of pundits talk about how Trump's sweep Tuesday and last week will make that easy. But remember: A Trump who doesn't get to 1,237 after the final primaries on June 7 won't be the triumphant one emerging from today's contests. But he's not there yet.Trump was long expected to win in the primaries in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Delaware and Rhode Island, so pulling off that sweep wasn't anything special.
The Denver Post
28/04
1 Points
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Glenn Reynolds: Gen. Mattis declines Herculean task

But that’s why we’re in, as Mattis says, "a mess." And it’s easy to see why Mattis, even if he had some desire to be president, wouldn’t want to be the one stuck trying to clean it up. especially as Mak noted that Mattis himself has shown no interest in the presidency. But it’s also discouraging that Mattis, who sees the problems so clearly, wants nothing to do with being the person tasked with fixing them.It’s as if Hercules looked at the Augean Stables and said, “Nope.
USA Today
26/04
6 Points

John Horgan: Janet Parker Beck: Her work lives on

Her book, "Too Good to Be True," was an outgrowth of her diligent newspaper work.Anderson killed his ex-girlfriend, Denise Redlick of San Bruno, in 1985. She covered Anderson's trial in considerable detail and depth 30 years ago. Anderson was convicted despite a lack of key evidence at the time, primarily the body of the woman herself; it was not found until about a year later. The late Janet Parker Beck was a gifted and dedicated journalist who worked for the now-defunct San Mateo Times.
San Jose Mercury News
21/04
0 Points
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Sports DeMarcus Ware honored by Alabama governor

Alabama native and NFL star DeMarcus Ware was honored by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley and the state legislature following a standout season with the Denver Broncos.Bentley on Tuesday honored the outside linebacker at a ceremony declaring April 19 as DeMarcus Ware Day. Ware later addressed legislators on the floor of the House of Representatives.Ware, an Auburn native, played football at Troy University.
The Denver Post
19/04
19 Points
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House passes bill to strike "illegal alien" from Colorado laws

Twelve of the House's 31 Republicans voted with Democrats in support of the bill.Rep. "We should not be referring to human beings as aliens."The bill heads from the House, where Democrats have a majority, to the Republican-led state Senate. Justin Everett, a Republican from Littleton, was one of those in opposition."It's that PC thing that's being pushed," he said, referring to political correctness.
The Denver Post
06/04
3 Points
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