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Snow, severe storms barge into West, central USA – USA TODAY

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Posted: Sunday, May 11, 2014

Third body recovered in deadly hot-air balloon crash – USA TODAY

Investigators gather near a farm on Ruther Glen Rd, in Caroline Co., Va., searching for missing hot air balloon on May 9, 2014.(Photo11: Dean Hoffmeyer, AP) The University of Richmond grieved Sunday even as its graduation ceremony went on after two of the school’s key athletic figures died in a hot-air balloon accident Friday. The university confirmed that associate head women’s basketball coach Ginny Doyle and Natalie Lewis, head of…

Posted: Sunday, May 11, 2014

Texas cop fired following killing of 93-year-old – USA TODAY

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Posted: Sunday, May 11, 2014

As incidents mount for Jameis Winston, so does concern – USA TODAY

Jameis Winston was suspended from the Florida State baseball team after being cited for leaving a supermarket without paying prepared food.(Photo11: Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports) HUEYTOWN, Ala. — A week after Florida State’s Jameis Winston had been cited for leaving a supermarket without paying for crab legs, the quarterback sent a lengthy text message to his father. In short, he told Antonor Winston he was fine and ready to…

Posted: Sunday, May 11, 2014

NHL rookie center Tyler Johnson leads USA to worlds win – USA TODAY

Craig Smith of the USA (L) celebrates the goal of teammate Tyler Johnson (unseen) against Switzerland during the third period of the World Championship group B game at Minsk (Belarus) Arena.(Photo11: Alexander Demianchuk, Reuters) Tampa Bay Lightning center Tyler Johnson has been the leading goal scorer in the Western Hockey League and the American Hockey League. This season he tied for the NHL rookie goal scoring lead. Scoring comes naturally…

Posted: Sunday, May 11, 2014

Colorado Rapids vs. Chivas USA | MLS Match Preview – Major League Soccer

COLORADO RAPIDS vs CHIVAS USA DICK’S SPORTING GOODS PARK, Commerce City, Colo. May 11, 2014 (WEEK 10, MLS Game #90) 1 p.m. MT (UniMas; Altitude) The Colorado Rapids return home for weekend match in the Western Conference when they take on Chivas USA on Sunday afternoon at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. The Rapids hit the road at midweek, reaching a scoreless draw at the San Jose Earthquakes. Chivas USA are…

Posted: Saturday, May 10, 2014

Magic Johnson: Clippers can’t accept Shelly Sterling – USA TODAY

NBA legend Magic Johnson, shown here during the 2014 NBA All-Star Game Legends Brunch in New Orleans in February, says players with the Los Angeles Clippers do not want to see Donald Sterling’s wife, Shelly Sterling, involved in any new ownership group if the team is sold. Donald Sterling was banned for life from the NBA by commissioner Adam Silver, who said the league also will move to force a…

Posted: Saturday, May 10, 2014

Belgium face USA in World Cup warm-up – Fifa.com

Belgium will face the United States in a FIFA World Cup™ warm-up on 12 June, the opening day of the 2014 finals in Brazil. The friendly will be staged behind closed doors in Sao Paulo. “It will be a kind of training session for each side,” the Belgian football federation said on Friday. The USA begin their World Cup campaign on 16 June against Ghana in Group G which also…

Posted: Saturday, May 10, 2014

Putin in Crimea as militants stand firm in Ukraine – USA TODAY

Last SlideNext Slide Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during his visit to the Crimean port of Sevastopol.(Photo11: Yuri Kadobnov, AFP/Getty Images) DONETSK, Ukraine – The masked men on the streets of this city held hostage by pro-Russian militants for weeks are not willing to speak to journalists. “We are here for our people” was all that one of the men would say. The militants in the country’s east are preparing…

Posted: Saturday, May 10, 2014

Runners who use FiveFingers shoes could get refund – USA TODAY

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Posted: Saturday, May 10, 2014

Marijuana ‘edibles’ pack a wallop – USA TODAY

A lab technician at CannLabs in Denver scrapes crumbs of a marijuana-infused cupcake into a vial for potency testing.(Photo11: Trevor Hughes, USA TODAY) DENVER — A casual marijuana smoker, Kyle Naylor figured he’d give edible marijuana products a try to see if they’d curb his anxiety and insomnia. It didn’t go well. Eighty minutes into his experiment, Naylor got intensely sick and lost control of his body. By 90 minutes,…

Posted: Saturday, May 10, 2014

USA seeking back-to-back medals at worlds – USA TODAY

Tampa Bay Lightning rookie of the year finalist Tyler Johnson will be the USA’s top center at the World Championships.(Photo11: Tom Szczerbowski, USA TODAY Sports) USA Hockey has won five of the last six Under-18 World Championships and has two gold medals and a bronze over the past five World Junior Championships. But the Americans have won only three medals in the last 50 years at the men’s senior World…

Posted: Saturday, May 10, 2014

Noah, Sophia most popular baby names for 2013 – USA TODAY

Top baby names of 2013(Photo11: By Janet Loehrke, USA TODAY) Noah ended Jacob’s 14-year reign as the top baby name for boys in 2013, while Sophia was the most popular name for girls for the third straight year, the Social Security Administration announced Friday. Jacob slipped to third; Liam was second. Among girls, Emma and Olivia ranked second and third, respectively. The list — released annually just before Mother’s Day…

Posted: Friday, May 09, 2014

In visit to Crimea, Putin hails annexation – USA TODAY

Last SlideNext Slide Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during his visit to the Crimean port of Sevastopol.(Photo11: Yuri Kadobnov, AFP/Getty Images) DONETSK, Ukraine – The masked men on the streets of this city held hostage by pro-Russian militants for weeks are not willing to speak to journalists. “We are here for our people” was all that one of the men would say. The militants in the country’s east are preparing…

Posted: Friday, May 09, 2014

Marvin Chavez heads to Chivas USA as part of flurry of deals with Colorado … – Major League Soccer

Marvin Chavez with the Honduras national team Chivas USA, the Colorado Rapids, Toronto FC and Columbus Crew juggled their rosters Thursday afternoon with a flurry of trades. Chivas acquired Honduran international Marvin Chávez (above) from the Colorado Rapids in exchange for striker Luke Moore and forward Ryan Finley from the Columbus Crew for a conditional second-round pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. The Rapids then flipped Moore to Toronto FC in…

Posted: Friday, May 09, 2014

Apple set to get Beats in $3.2B deal – USA TODAY

A rainbow of Beats by Dr. Dre headphones.(Photo11: Beats Electronics) Apple is set to acquire headphone maker and music company Beats Electronics for a reported $3.2 billion. The acquisition could be announced as early as next week, the Financial Times reported, based on people familiar with the negotiations. USA TODAY independently confirmed the deal through a source who is not authorized to speak publicly about it. If consummated, Apple’s purchase…

Posted: Friday, May 09, 2014

National Guard’s NASCAR deal leads to virtually no recruits – USA TODAY

The National Guard car is seen at Richmond International Raceway on April 25.(Photo11: Peter Casey, USA TODAY Sports) WASHINGTON — The National Guard spent $26.5 million to sponsor NASCAR racing in 2012 to bolster its marketing and recruitment but failed to sign up a single new soldier to its ranks, according to data provided to USA TODAY. Even though the Guard spent $88 million as a NASCAR sponsor from 2011…

Posted: Thursday, May 08, 2014

USA Freedom Act unanimously clears House Judiciary Committee – The Guardian

Six months after it was written to restrain the National Security Agency’s sweeping domestic surveillance, a privacy bill cleared a major legislative obstacle on Wednesday, even as its advocates worried that the compromises made to advance the bill have weakened its constraints on mass data collection. The USA Freedom Act, designed to prevent the US government from collecting US phone data in bulk, passed the House Judiciary Committee by a…

Posted: Thursday, May 08, 2014

Miami is one of USA’s top hot spots for climate change – USA TODAY

A man wades through a flooded parking lot in a Doral, Fla., warehouse district on May 23, 2012. South Florida is considered one of the nation’s most vulnerable regions to climate change because it already floods at high tide.(Photo: J. Pat Carter, AP) Miami and other parts of south Florida, where streets routinely flood at lunar high tides, comprise one of the nation’s most vulnerable hot spots for climate change….

Posted: Thursday, May 08, 2014

National Guard’s NASCAR deal leads to virtually no recruits – USA TODAY

The National Guard car is seen at Richmond International Raceway on April 25.(Photo: Peter Casey, USA TODAY Sports) WASHINGTON — The National Guard spent $26.5 million to sponsor NASCAR racing in 2012 to bolster its marketing and recruitment but failed to sign up a single new soldier to its ranks, according to data provided to USA TODAY. Even though the Guard spent $88 million as a NASCAR sponsor from 2011…

Posted: Thursday, May 08, 2014