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Dig it: Archaeologists scour Woodstock '69 concert field

Digging Woodstock

BETHEL, N.Y. (AP) — Archaeologists scouring the grassy hillside famously trampled during the 1969 Woodstock music festival carefully sifted through the dirt from a time of peace, love, protest and good vibes. Perhaps they would find an old peace symbol? Or a strand of hippie beads? Or Jimi...


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Summer of Ovi: Cup celebrations, fatherhood await Ovechkin

Capitals Stanley Cup Celebration Hockey

Alex Ovechkin has already done a “keg stand” with the Stanley Cup, performed shirtless push-ups in a fountain full of teammates and lifted hockey’s prestigious trophy so often in joy that it could be considered upper-body training. “That’s my summer workout,” Ovechkin said with a smile. The Summer...


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Good to be a King? Eyes on Sacramento at No. 2 in NBA draft

NBA Draft Basketball

NEW YORK (AP) — Marvin Bagley III and Michael Porter Jr. believe they are the best players in this NBA draft, though the best they can hope for is probably the No. 2 pick. The Sacramento Kings own it, and that’s where the intrigue appears to begin Thursday. Arizona center Deandre Ayton is expected...


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California court hears tales of shackled, starved children

Shackled Children

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — Two pale, malnourished girls are photographed shackled to bunk beds. Their sister, who surreptitiously snapped the photos, is heard pleading in a 911 call for someone to come and save her siblings. “They will wake up at night and they will start crying and they wanted me to...


Business

Turkey strikes back, taxing $1.8 billion worth of US goods

WASHINGTON (AP) — Turkey is imposing tariffs on nearly two dozen U.S. products, ranging from cars to sunscreen, to strike back at Washington’s sanctions on imported steel and aluminum. According to documents filed with the World Trade Organization, Turkey will slap $267 million in tariffs on $1.8...


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Supporters of Trump steadfast despite immigration uproar

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CINCINNATI (AP) — Cincinnati resident Andrew Pappas supported President Donald Trump’s decision to separate children from parents who crossed the border illegally because, he said, it got Congress talking about immigration reform. Niurka Lopez of Michigan said Trump’s “zero-tolerance” policy made...


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APNewsBreak: Schools mum on ties to doc in sex abuse inquiry

Ohio State Team Doctor

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A now-dead doctor accused of sexual misconduct by former student athletes at Ohio State University said he acted as a team physician at other universities, most of which won’t say if they are reviewing those connections or whether any concerns were raised about him. Ohio State...


Government

Trump's migrant policy: First blowback, then about-face

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WASHINGTON (AP) — As a crisis of migrant children separated from their families provoked national outrage, President Donald Trump said he was powerless to act through an executive order. Five days later, he did just that. The president’s abrupt about-face laid bare the administration’s capricious...


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Dems unleash kitchen-sink strategy on immigration

Border Separation Democrats

NEW YORK (AP) — As the White House struggles to move past another self-imposed crisis, Democrats are fighting to ensure this one isn’t quickly forgotten. Fiery Democratic leaders from Vermont to New Jersey to Texas met President Donald Trump’s executive order to stop dividing immigrant families...


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'Great job,' says Trump: Nielsen back in good graces for now

Trump Nielsen

WASHINGTON (AP) — Kirstjen Nielsen has one hard-earned presidential signing pen. President Donald Trump used the black marker Wednesday to sign an executive order halting family separations at the U.S. border — then handed it to Nielsen, his Homeland Security secretary. Such pens are typically...


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