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Source: Bucs look trade for another 1st-rounder

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Apr 30,2015
Sports

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Baltimore police give report on death to prosecutor

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Apr 30,2015
National News

BALTIMORE (AP) — Police completed their investigation into the death of Freddie Gray a day earlier than planned Thursday and delivered it to the chief prosecutor in Baltimore, who pleaded for patience and peace while she decides whether to bring charges. …read more Source::

U.S. Confederate kin keep controversial flag aloft in Brazil

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Apr 30,2015
Offbeat

SANTA BARBARA D’OESTE, Brazil (Reuters) – The U.S. Civil War ended 150 years ago, but once a year, deep in the sugar cane fields of southern Brazil, the Confederate battle flag rises again. …read more Source::

Was Boston bombing the dead brother’s fault?

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Apr 30,2015
National News

He was impressively polite and bright in the eyes of his boyhood teachers, an encourager of his college friends. He was a docile captured killer in the care of paramedics tending to his gunshot wounds. …read more Source::

White House memos show Obama’s caution on pardons

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Apr 30,2015
National News

Despite talk of “revamp,” Obama’s policy on pardons remains similar to George W. Bush’s. …read more Source::

No tampering found in Cubs’ hiring of Maddon

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Apr 29,2015
Sports

No tampering found in Cubs’ hiring of Maddon …read more Source::

British soldiers dig to unearth history of Waterloo

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Apr 29,2015
Offbeat

WATERLOO, Belgium (Reuters) – British army veterans and serving troops, some of them wounded in recent campaigns, are working alongside archaeologists to unearth the history of the Battle of Waterloo… …read more Source::

Japan PM offers condolences for WWII dead in historic speech

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Apr 29,2015
National News

Declaring “history is harsh,” Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan offered solemn condolences Wednesday for the Americans who died in World War II as he became the first Japanese leader to address a joint meeting of Congress. …read more Source::

Singer of classic rock anthem dies

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Apr 29,2015
National News

When 19-year-old Jack Ely stepped into a Portland, Oregon, studio in 1963 to sing vocals on a low-budget cover of a little-known garage-rock song, he had no idea he was making music history. …read more Source::

8 inmates refused blindfolds, sang at firing squad

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Apr 29,2015
National News

Pastor says the scene was ‘breathtaking.’ …read more Source::