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NHL suspends Sharks’ Joe Thornton for one game

Joe Thornton suspended for one game by the NHL's Department of Player Safety on Monday for illegal check to head

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Video: Notre Dame’s spire collapses during massive blaze

A massive fire spread through Notre Dame Cathedral Monday bringing down its iconic spire.

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President Donald Trump to give Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom

President Donald Trump's timing in announcing his honoring of Tigers Woods with the Presidential Medal of Freedom proved a bit interesting Monday.

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Dionne: Dems are too divided — but the GOP’s too male, white and Christian

Why oh why don't Republicans censure Trump when he violates their values? And why do Dems fight so much?

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Facebook shareholders complain about Zuckerberg’s power, call for breakup

Disgruntled investors' proposals, which include calls to limit Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's control, to be considered at the tech giant's annual meeting May 30.

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Warriors’ Kevin Durant apologizes for ejection in Game 1 over Clippers

Warriors forward Kevin Durant spoke about how he needs to "keep his mouth shut" when Clippers guard Patrick Beverley defends him

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5 things to know about Notre Dame cathedral in Paris

The Gothic masterpiece, which went up in flames Monday, celebrated its 850th jubilee in 2013.

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Happy Jackie Robinson Day and 5 things you probably don’t know about his first game

Jackie Robinson went hitless in his first major league game, but his seventh-inning bunt was the catalyst for the Dodgers' winning rally.

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Hotline newsletter: Racial diversity among Pac-12 basketball coaches takes a turn for the nonexistent

* The Pac-12 Hotline newsletter is published each Monday-Wednesday-Friday during the college sports season (and twice-a-week in the summer). This edition, from April 15, has been made available in archived form … Then there were none The Hotline returned to work Sunday evening following a...

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Wells Fargo knowingly helped Ponzi scheme, lawsuit claims

Investors who filed suit against Wells Fargo over EquityBuild say there are hundreds more like them.

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A man kept one of the ‘world’s most dangerous’ birds on his farm. Then it killed him.

A Florida man was killed on Friday by what ornithologists say is an extremely dangerous bird. It was a cassowary - an enormous, flightless bird around which even experienced zookeepers take precautions.

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Any day now, California will start to burn, as can be expected of a place where the rains stop for five months every year. It’s destined to burn.

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‘Virtual staging’ lets you decorate your home with a click of the mouse

Online apps are increasing options to help buyers visualize what your house can look like at a fraction of the cost of real staging.

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Is horse racing ‘addicted to drugs,’ as critics charge? Necropsies reveal strong clues

Nearly all of the horses that died at Santa Anita last year — before the recent spate of equine deaths at the storied racetrack — were on medication, records show

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Springtime is bike-time for Oakland’s Scraper team

The spring opener was a chance to highlight the need for more protected bike lanes and improved roads in East Oakland.

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Coachella 2019: Photos of the performers and their fans from Sunday, Weekend 1

See photos of the artists performing Sunday, April 14, at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

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