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Son, 24, forgives dad who injected him with HIV: 'That's all I can do'

Brryan Stewart was only 10 months old when his father injected him with HIV-positive blood. Louis hospital technician Brian Stewart, got life in prison in 1998 for maliciously injecting his son with tainted blood that led to full-blown AIDS. The Missouri resident became an AIDS activist and, despite his slight speech impediment, a public speaker. "I think there is salvation for everyone, and I find myself praying for my father's salvation," he told KPLR-TV in 2013.
USA Today
04/05
10 Points
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Your job can literally be a pain in the rear 

Nearly all full-time jobs can contribute to that high percentage.That's goes for you folks tied to a desk and computer all day. Vladimir Alexander is an orthopedic surgeon and founder of Alexander Orthopaedic Associates (alexanderorthopaedics.com), which offers patients the latest in cutting-edge technology and new advances in orthopedic surgery and care. Maintain proper posture and take breaks.Hip and knee problems.Maybe you don't sit all day.
Daily News
03/05
5 Points
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What Trump would be like as the Republican nominee

Near the end of the primary season, Republicans and Democrats are grappling with the same questions: What kind of candidate would Donald Trump be in a general election. "Any other candidate would run a traditional campaign against Hillary Clinton."Clinton's team and those at outside groups allied with her campaign are making similar assessments. "They didn't stand up to him. ... Nobody's going to do that in a general election.". to expand his appeal.Officials say two things are not likely to change.
The Denver Post
03/05
12 Points
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Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian ready for open competition for starting QB job

The Broncos kicked off phase two of their offseason workouts with all attention on their quarterbacks. Yet it wasn't first-round pick Paxton Lynch, who won't hit the field until rookie minicamp begins Friday, but the incumbents Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian. Either way, Sanchez expects this to be his team and the Broncos have expressed a similar confidence. Kubiak has made it clear: the best man will win the job.Cameron Wolfe: [email protected] or @CameronWolfe.
The Denver Post
02/05
25 Points
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Tech Best Buy’s latest Apple sale takes $100 off iPad mini 4, up to $100 off Apple Watch & $25 off Apple TV

The best deal from the bunch is iPad mini 4 starting at $299 with free shipping, which is a savings of $100. For a look at the best accessories for your new streaming player, click here.iPad mini 4 is powered by an A8 chip with second-generation 64-bit desktop-class architecture that can handle even your most demanding apps. That same discount has been extended to all Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular models. That drops the 32GB model down to $124.99 and the 64GB model down to $174.99.
9to5Mac
02/05
10 Points
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Sports At long last, Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg hitting their stride together

That’s tough to live up to.“You’re never going to live up to the crazy expectations that the media puts on you, but they’ve certainly both lived up to our expectations. I just go out there and compete.’’Harper, who won’t turn 24 until October, learned how to handle the expectations by simply watching Strasburg. I love it.’’Harper, on the other hand, simply is continuing his domination of a year ago when he hit .330 with a league-leading 42 homers and 99 RBI.
USA Today
02/05
6 Points
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Trail Blazers preparing to let it fly against the Warriors

19 in Portland.“I believe in the percentages of the three-point shot,” said Blazers coach Terry Stotts. They are the first team to make more than 1,000 threes in a season and did it with the second-best percentage (41.6) in league history.The Blazers like the three-point shot, too, and not just because of the drill. That game was by far the Warriors’ largest losing margin in a regular season that saw them set an NBA record for wins with 73 and just nine losses.
USA Today
01/05
15 Points
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New Lakers coach Luke Walton says he won’t be running Phil Jackson’s triangle offense in L.A. 

New York is 49-115 the last two seasons but Jackson isn't wavering."That's what I was brought here to do, build a system," Jackson said this month. Interim coach Kurt Rambis, a triangle loyalist, took part in the seminar and is the only candidate Jackson has publicly acknowledged for the job. "That's all part and package of what we're doing."Jackson is committed to running the triangle in New York and recently taught a seminar on the offense to several Knicks players.
Daily News
01/05
22 Points
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"Keanu" movie review: Key and Peele use the story of a cute cat to challenge racial stereotypes

well, not gold exactly, but gold-plated base metal."Keanu," their consistently funny and well-sustained feature debut . "Keanu" works to undermine those biases, mainly by embracing them so tightly that they start to fall apart on their own.But this is a comedy, not a TED Talk. Like much of the duo's work, the film is a comic meditation on blackness and whiteness (both Key and Peele are biracial). "Actions have consequences," sniffs a police officer.That's quite true.
The Denver Post
29/04
7 Points

U.S. economy struggles in first quarter

struggled to grow in the first three months of a presidential election year that is shining the spotlight on the economy's fitful recovery.Gross domestic product, the broadest measure of economic health, expanded at a paltry annual rate of 0.5 percent in the January-March quarter, the Commerce Department reported Thursday.
The Denver Post
29/04
12 Points
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"Papa: Hemingway in Cuba" movie review: Film fails to capture energy of Hemingway

although Hemingway just calls him "the kid.""Papa" is notable for being the first Hollywood film in decades to be shot in Cuba. That remarkable story is the basis for "Papa: Hemingway in Cuba." Using a script Petitclerc wrote shortly before his 2006 death, director Bob Yari (producer of "Crash") has brought the tale to the big screen with a few embellishments, plus a new protagonist. Ernest Hemingway must have gotten boatloads of fan mail, and every once in a while he may have replied.
The Denver Post
29/04
2 Points
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Sports Oshie has hat trick, Capitals beat Penguins 4-3 in overtime

That's where Oshie was the hero, much like he was for the United States in the shootout against Russia at the 2014 Sochi Olympics."That was the Olympics wearing the USA jersey ? I don't know if I want to rate them, but it's up there," Oshie said. That started a run of three goals in 90 seconds, which ended with Oshie's breakaway goal off a turnover by Olli Maatta.After Oshie's third-period goal, Bonino scored with 10:18 left to help send the game to overtime.
The Denver Post
29/04
7 Points
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Sports Oshie has hat trick, Capitals beat Penguins 4-3 in overtime

That's where Oshie was the hero, much like he was for the United States in the shootout against Russia at the 2014 Sochi Olympics."That was the Olympics wearing the USA jersey ? I don't know if I want to rate them, but it's up there," Oshie said. That started a run of three goals in 90 seconds, which ended with Oshie's breakaway goal off a turnover by Olli Maatta.After Oshie's third-period goal, Bonino scored with 10:18 left to help send the game to overtime.
The Denver Post
29/04
6 Points
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Sports Alex Ovechkin vs. Sidney Crosby rivalry renewed in 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Each time, Crosby’s Canada triumphed over Ovechkin’s Russia. Ovechkin and Crosby each scored dueling hat tricks in an epic Game 2. “But I think when the series is over, as long as you’re the one smiling when you’re shaking hands, I think that’s all they care about.”Ovechkin is 30. In seven tries, Ovechkin's Capitals have never advanced past that round.Revenge. This series presents Ovechkin a golden opportunity to beat his nemesis on the big stage at long last.
USA Today
28/04
12 Points
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