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  1. Police: no terrorism ties seen in pedestrian crash Authorities say a former U.S. Army sharpshooter who crashed into pedestrians in California had picked up food and was driving to Bible study when he sped into a crosswalk and injured eight people. (April 25)        
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  2. Mercury star Taurasi likely out 12 weeks after back surgery Phoenix Mercury star Diana Taurasi underwent back surgery to alleviate symptoms from a disc protrusion and will miss the start of the 2019 season        
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  3. Tiger mauls executive director of Arizona wildlife sanctuary Jonathan Kraft suffered multiple wounds when Bowie, an 11-year-old Bengal tiger, clamped its jaws on him during a storm, according to Keepers of the Wild statement.        
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  4. Chick-fil-A cow delivers miracle meal to boy before surgery This boy's nurse pulled off an fast food miracle for him the day before his brain surgery. She managed to have fresh Chick-fil-A delivered to him on Easter Sunday.        
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  5. Clint Frazier becomes 15th Yankee to go on injured list Clint Frazier becomes Yankees' 15th player to go on injured list in 1st month of season, sidelined because of sprained left ankle; New York acquires Cameron Maybin from Cleveland        
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  6. Trump is suing Congress ... with a weak lawsuit: Today's talker 'Trump's lawsuit is an irresponsible attack on the American public's legitimate interests in oversight,' says Donald Sherman of CREW.        
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  7. As Houston waits, Warriors will try again to oust Clippers As Houston waits, Golden State heads to Los Angeles for another shot at ousting the Clippers        
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  8. Two referees who made controversial Golden Knights-Sharks Game 7 penalty call won't officiate second round Two referees decided Vegas center Cody Eakin deserved a five-minute major for cross-checking. It led to four unanswered goals in Sharks comeback.        
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  9. New Lady Vols coach Harper adds Lacey Goldwire to her staff New Lady Vols coach Kellie Harper adds to her staff by hiring Lacey Goldwire as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator        
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  10. Biden waves off press outside Del. pizza shop Hours after former Vice President Joe Biden formally joined the crowded presidential contest Thursday, he waved off the press while also shaking hands with friends and supporters outside a Wilmington, Del. pizza shop. (April 25)         
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  11. 5 exercises if you want to get in shape fast If you want to get in shape fast, try following these 5 exercises. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.        
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  12. Schools curb students' appetites for Grubhub, Uber Eats deliveries during school day Kids like food delivered via apps such as DoorDash, Grubhub and Uber Eats, but schools worry about safety concerns and class disruptions.        
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  13. Trump changes in immigration policy slowed, but states are cranking out their own new laws As President Trump and Congress remain deadlocked on immigration legislation, a slew of immigration bills are moving through state legislatures.        
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  14. A presidential candidate wants people to #unfollow Trump on Twitter. Is it working? Mike Hopkins, a Delaney spokesperson, didn't comment on the effectiveness of the #UnfollowTrump campaign but urged people to unfollow the president.        
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  15. Prince William in New Zealand for emotional memorials Prince William arrived in New Zealand on April 25, 2019 for a two-day visit.        
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  16. Dozens hospitalized after Chicago-area chem leak Plumes of a toxic gas that leaked in a northern Chicago suburb Thursday morning sent dozens of people to hospitals and prompted an order for residents to stay locked inside their homes with windows shut tight, officials said. (April 25)        
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  17. Report: North Korea billed US $2 million for Otto Warmbier's medical care "The main U.S. envoy sent to retrieve Warmbier signed an agreement to pay the medical bill," the Washington Post said.        
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  18. 'Catastrophic breeding failure': Second largest emperor penguin colony 'all but disappeared' Antarctic's Halley Bay colony of emperor penguins has seen a "catastrophic breeding failure" over the past three years linked to melting sea ice.        
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  19. Bode Miller's son learns to swim in tender video. 'I cried tears of hope,' wife says Miller's wife, Morgan, said she cried happy tears. "...and then tears of sadness because it was all I had to do to keep my baby girl here."        
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  20. Texas executes man for role in 1998 dragging death An avowed racist who orchestrated one of the most gruesome hate crimes in U.S. history has been executed in Texas for the dragging death of a black man. (April 25)        
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  21. Sri Lankan PM issues warning after Easter bombings Sri Lankan PM issues warning after Easter bombings        
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  22. Violent storms, floods, tornadoes leave 5 dead in South Violent storms unleashed floods and tornadoes across Texas and Louisiana late Wednesday and early Thursday, leaving at least five people dead.        
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  23. Blake Lively pretended Forever 21 red carpet looks were vintage: 'I was so shamed for it' During an interview for InStyle, Blake Lively, 31, says that during her early days in showbiz, she'd wear Forever 21 and tell reporters the looks were vintage.        
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  24. 'We are nervous': Sri Lankan PM warns of suspects with bombs at large amid fears of new attacks Despite the arrest of dozens of suspects in Sri Lanka's Easter massacre, the nation remained fearful over the possibility of new attacks this weekend.         
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  25. Donald Trump says he did not try to fire Robert Mueller, disputing a key finding in special counsel's report Donald Trump insisted he did not try to fire Robert Mueller, disputing an account given to investigators by former White House counsel Don McGahn.        
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  26. 'For the good of the city': Maryland governor calls on Baltimore mayor to resign after FBI raids FBI and IRS agents executed search warrants at the homes of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh in the scandal over sale of her children's books.        
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  27. Many kids in US never drink plain water, study finds A new study finds 20% of U.S. kids drink no water at all – and they use "empty"-calorie soda and other sugary drinks to make up the difference.        
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  28. Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan cleared of ethics violations related to Lockheed-Boeing discussions The Pentagon Inspector General cleared acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan of ethics violations, potentially easing his path to nomination.         
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  29. Sam's Club selling 6-pound brownie tray for a party (or one very hungry dessert lover) It’s hard to find a person who doesn’t love brownies, but do you love them enough to buy six pounds of them? Buzz60's Josh King has more.        
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