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Donald Trump wins Republican presidential primary in Indiana

The Denver Post
04/05
22 Points
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Donald Trump wins Republican presidential primary in Indiana

The Denver Post
04/05
24 Points
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Money Conditions improve, but farmers not optimistic

Farmers and ranchers are enjoying better conditions these days, but many aren't optimistic the changes will significantly help them soon, according to a survey released Tuesday by Purdue University and futures market operator CME Group.The Ag Economy Barometer, a nationwide measure of the health of U.S. agriculture, rose 21 points in April to 106 as higher prices for corn, soybeans and wheat and good weather for crop plantings boosted producer sentiment.
USA Today
04/05
12 Points
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Sports Penguins top Capitals 3-2 to take 2-1 series lead

Penguins F Bryan Rust left in the first period with a lower-body after blocking a pair of Washington shots. "They're waiting and they use it. Good lessons."Nate Schmidt opened the door for the Penguins to make it 3-0 late in the second period, flipping a blind backhand pass deep in the Washington end into the slot. The ensuing 2-on-1 ended with the puck smacking off Kuhnhackl's back and into the net."They play a good game, they use our mistakes," Ovechkin said.
The Denver Post
03/05
23 Points
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Washington, D.C. bus driver stabbed with screwdriver, bus hijacked, pedestrian struck and killed

bus driver with a screwdriver, hijacked the bus and struck a pedestrian, who later died, police said.The incident was reported before 11 a.m. Tuesday.The Metrobus was recovered in Northeast Washington, after being driven a short distance following the “busjacking,” police said.During the joyride, a pedestrian was struck . SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images The incident occurred on a Washington, D.C. and later died from their injuries, police said at a press conference.At least one person is in custody.
Daily News
03/05
24 Points

Arts Larry Wilmore's n-word toward Obama 'came from genuine place,' White House spokesman says

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House said Monday that President Barack Obama wasn't offended by comedian Larry Wilmore's use of a racial slur at Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Association dinner. Earnest also said he's confident Wilmore used the word by design and was seeking to be provocative. Wilmore concluded his remarks noting progress on race and how much it meant to him that a black man was president.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
15 Points

Larry Wilmore's n-word toward Obama 'came from genuine place,' White House spokesman says

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House said Monday that President Barack Obama wasn't offended by comedian Larry Wilmore's use of a racial slur at Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Association dinner. Earnest also said he's confident Wilmore used the word by design and was seeking to be provocative. Wilmore concluded his remarks noting progress on race and how much it meant to him that a black man was president.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
7 Points
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Sports Penguins top Capitals 3-2 to take 2-1 series lead

Penguins F Bryan Rust left in the first period with a lower-body after blocking a pair of Washington shots. "They're waiting and they use it. Good lessons."Nate Schmidt opened the door for the Penguins to make it 3-0 late in the second period, flipping a blind backhand pass deep in the Washington end into the slot. The ensuing 2-on-1 ended with the puck smacking off Kuhnhackl's back and into the net."They play a good game, they use our mistakes," Ovechkin said.
The Denver Post
03/05
14 Points
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Sports Penguins top Capitals 3-2 to take 2-1 series lead

Penguins F Bryan Rust left in the first period with a lower-body after blocking a pair of Washington shots. "They're waiting and they use it. Good lessons."Nate Schmidt opened the door for the Penguins to make it 3-0 late in the second period, flipping a blind backhand pass deep in the Washington end into the slot. The ensuing 2-on-1 ended with the puck smacking off Kuhnhackl's back and into the net."They play a good game, they use our mistakes," Ovechkin said.
The Denver Post
03/05
11 Points
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People Reports: Kerry Washington pregnant with second child

(The placement of her clutch is, shall we say, clutch.)Expect to see Washington walking the Met Gala red carpet carpet Monday night.USA TODAY has reached out to Washington's representatives for comment.See more from the White House Correspondent's Dinner in the gallery below. and Us Weekly.Washington and her NFL player husband are proud parents of two-year-old Isabelle, who they've raised outside the public eye .
USA Today
03/05
25 Points
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Blaha and Frazier file appeals to earn spot on U.S. Senate ballot

Keyser appealed and argued that state officials unfairly threw out dozens of signatures. State election rules require that Senate candidates looking to make the ballot through the signature or "petition" process must gather 1,500 or more signatures from each of Colorado's seven congressional districts . Colorado's secretary of state originally declared that Keyser had fallen short in one congressional district.
The Denver Post
03/05
16 Points

Justices to hear copyright fight over cheerleaders' uniforms

The Supreme Court is taking on a copyright dispute between two manufacturers of cheerleading uniforms.The justices on Monday agreed to hear Star Athletica's appeal of a lower court ruling in favor of industry leader Varsity Brands.The issue for the Supreme Court is whether the design of cheerleading uniforms, including their stripes and chevrons, can be protected under copyright law.Varsity sued when Star Athletica published its first catalog of uniforms in 2010.
The Denver Post
03/05
6 Points
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People Kerry Washington, Nnamdi Asomugha expecting their second child 

Bruce Glikas Kerry Washington and Nnamdi Asomugha are expecting their second child. Actress Kerry Washington is about to play the role of mother again.The “Scandal” star and her husband Nnamdi Asomugha are expecting their second child, E. but Washington gushed about being a mother to the Los Angeles Times after giving birth."I will say I feel really, really blessed," she told the newspaper.
Daily News
02/05
10 Points

Justices to hear copyright fight over cheerleaders' uniforms

The Supreme Court is taking on a copyright dispute between two manufacturers of cheerleading uniforms.The justices on Monday agreed to hear Star Athletica's appeal of a lower court ruling in favor of industry leader Varsity Brands.The issue for the Supreme Court is whether the design of cheerleading uniforms, including their stripes and chevrons, can be protected under copyright law.Varsity sued when Star Athletica published its first catalog of uniforms in 2010.
The Denver Post
02/05
5 Points
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