Five Things We Won't Know About the NFL in 2017
The National Football League said on Tuesday that it will no longer claim tax-exempt status. That means higher taxes -- an estimated $109 million over the next decade. But it also means the league will file one more public form with the IRS early in 2016 and ...
NFL relinquishing tax-exempt statusU-T San Diego
NFL ends tax-exempt status and here's what that meansFOXSports.com
Citing 'distraction,' NFL giving up tax-exempt statusMarketWatch
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Actress Suzanne Crough dies at 52
Times of India
Actress Suzanne Crough, best known as Tracy Partridge of the classic sitcom "The Partridge Family", is dead. She was 52. According to her husband William Condray, Suzanne passed away at her home in Laughlin, near Las Vegas, on Monday, reports ...
Suzanne Crough Condray dies at 52; member of TV's 'Partridge Family'Los Angeles Times
Suzanne Crough, Actress in 'The Partridge Family,' Dies at 52New York Times
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Filipina death-row inmate spared midnight firing squad9news.com.auA Filipina drug convict due to be executed alongside Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran has been spared the firing squad after winning a last-minute reprieve. Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso was s...Read More »
Wall Street Journal
The Failures of Baltimore
Wall Street Journal
After peaceful protests in Baltimore began giving way to riots, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake held a Saturday press conference, where she explained her thinking about law-enforcement tactics. “I work with the police and instructed them to do everything ...
Pa. Troopers May Deploy to Baltimore; No Request Yet For Philadelphia CopsCBS Local
Questlove sounds off on Baltimore riots: “Thugs” is a racially coded wordSalon
One Man's RiotCity Journal
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Miami HeraldSouth Florida sees third-highest annual home price growth in nationMiami HeraldA strong economy and an influx of new residents meant higher home prices in South Florida over the last year. The resale value of single-family homes in Miami-Da...Read More »
Seized ship being escorted to Iran's Bandar Abbas - charterer
LONDON (Reuters) - A cargo ship seized by Iran's Revolutionary Guards forces is being escorted to the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas after it was approached in international waters, the shipping line which is hiring the vessel said on Tuesday. "According to ...
Iranian forces board ship in Persian Gulf: PentagonPress TV
Iranian navy intercepted US-flagged ship, official saysFox News
US sends warship after Iran seizes cargo shipThe Nation
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Inside Anmer Hall, Home to the New Royal Baby
Now that Duchess Kate is home from the hospital with her newborn daughter, she, Prince William and their older child, Prince George, are spending time at their home in nearby Kensington Palace. After that, Kate, Prince William, Prince George and the new ...
Kate Middleton and Prince William: When will they announce princess's name ...Telegraph.co.uk
Royal baby's photo op: How the royals learned to act 'normal'Fortune
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Texas Flight Nurse Falls to Death During Hoist
April 28--1 a.m. update: STARFlight rescuer Kristin McLain died Monday night after falling from a medical helicopter, officials said. McLain, 46, fell from the helicopter's hoist during a rescue in the Greenbelt area and was fatally injured, STARFlight program ...
Nurse dies after fall from rescue helicopter hoistWTSP 10 News
Nurse dies after falling from hoist on medical helicopterFoxReno.com
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Texas A&M Galveston professor fails entire class
GALVESTON, Texas (AP) — A Texas A&M Galveston professor has failed every student in his strategic management class, berating them via email as a disgrace to the school. KPRC television station in Houston (http://bit.ly/1GqFfjb ) reports that Irwin Horwitz ...
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Finnish Navy Drops Depth Charges Onto Suspected Submarine
New York Times
HELSINKI — The Finnish military says it has dropped depth charges onto a suspected submarine in the sea outside Helsinki after twice detecting the presence of a foreign object in the area. The navy's maritime operations chief, Olavi Jantunen, says they ...
Finns drop depth charges after possible sub sightingFinancial Times
Finland's Navy Fires Warning Charges Near Suspected SubmarineRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
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