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The Compost, written by Alexandra Petri, offers a lighter take on the news and political in(s)anity of the day.

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Lightning GM BriseBois not overreacting to playoff loss

Lightning GM vows not to overreact after Tampa Bay’s quick postseason ouster, says he still has confidence in coach Jon Cooper

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Medical examiner: Clark Gable’s grandson died of overdose

A medical examiner says the grandson of actor Clark Gable died of an accidental drug overdose

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Held at bay, Gaudreau hopes to ignite Flames in Game 5

Calgary heads back home for Game 5 in a precarious situation. The top seed in the West trails Colorado 3-1 in the best-of-seven series.

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Corbin earns 1st win with Nationals, beats Giants 4-2

Patrick Corbin took a one-hitter into the eighth inning to earn his first win with Washington, Wilmer Difo homered and the Nationals beat the punchless San Francisco Giants 4-2

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GM Veach gets to place stamp on Chiefs with his 1st draft

From the moment he took over the Kansas City Chiefs’ front office, general manager Brett Veach has been willing to go out on a limb, whether it was signing a big-name free agent or swinging a trade or releasing a well-known player

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Magic finally get a playoff game at home; OKC, Indy on ropes

Looking for Magic: Orlando returns home after split, Thunder and Pacers trying to get on track

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Jags’ Coughlin calls out Ramsey, Smith for skipping workouts

Tom Coughlin took a not-so-subtle shot at two of Jacksonville’s top defenders for skipping voluntary workouts

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Rams ponder options for first 1st-round pick of McVay era

The Los Angeles Rams have a first-round draft pick for the first time since coach Sean McVay arrived and transformed them from longtime losers to a Super Bowl team

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Ami Angell used to work to de-radicalize potential terrorists in Iraq. Now, she has a new mission: help people get off the streets at Union Station.

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Saints’ 2019 draft options limited by past deals

The Saints have no time to waste if they want to win another Super Bowl with record-setting quarterback Drew Brees under center

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Expect Elway to draft defensive stud again in first round

Denver Broncos general manager John Elway’s trade for Joe Flacco in the offseason sets him up to capitalize once again on a draft deep with defensive playmakers

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What now? Penguins face crucial offseason after flameout

Pittsburgh Penguins have plenty to think about following their first-round playoff loss to the New York Islanders

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Cowboys’ focus on defensive line could persist through draft

Cowboys could keep focus on defensive line for draft even after two biggest offseason moves involved that position with big contract for DeMarcus Lawrence and trade to get Robert Quinn

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Houston needs to improve offensive line in draft

Now that the Houston Texans believe they’ve finally found their franchise quarterback in Deshaun Watson they want to do everything they can to add players to make things easier on him, making their biggest draft need improving the offensive line

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