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News | June 9   Former college basketball star Ed O’Bannon’s class-action lawsuit against the NCAA heads to federal court today. O’Bannon, a standout…

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Quotables

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News | 47% The share of unemployed Americans who have completely given up looking for a job, according to a Harris Poll conducted for Express Employment…

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News | May 26: Sami Bolton mourns Marcus McLain at his grave on Memorial Day at West Tennessee Veterans Cemetery in Memphis, Tenn. Reservist Bolton served with the…

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Quick Takes

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News | Cushioned treasure A trio of college students at SUNY New Paltz in New York earlier this year bought a lumpy couch for $20 at a Salvation Army store. It…

Human Race

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News | Nominated   Saira Blair, a 17-year-old high school senior, on May 13 defeated an incumbent to become the Republican nominee for a West Virginia state…

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News | ‘We don’t tolerate this type of behavior, this type of thought.’ City of Pasadena (Calif.) official Nat Nehdar on the Christian views of the city’s…

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News | Government chores Spanish parents may soon have an extra tool in their arsenal in convincing their children to clean their room. It could become the law. On…

Human Race

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News | Died Long-time stunt pilot Eddie Andreini, 77, died on May 4 during an air show at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, Calif. Andreini, who had performed at…

Looking Ahead

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News | May 27 The Texas primary runoff between GOP candidates for lieutenant governor holds national interest, as the race between incumbent David Dewhurst and…

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Dispatches

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News | APRIL 29: Kevin Barnes searches the remains of his home on Clayton Avenue in Tupelo, Miss. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes…

Human Race

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News | Died   Gene Estess, who left Wall Street to work with New York City’s homeless, died on April 9 after a six-month battle with lung cancer. Estess, 78,

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