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Rose Tears ACL – ESPN

ESPNRose Tears ACLESPNCHICAGO -- A slim specter of hope turned sharply to the worst thought imaginable for Bulls fans late Saturday afternoon -- how do they survive without Derrick Rose? An MRI revealed a torn...
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Rose Tears ACL – ESPN

ESPNRose Tears ACLESPNCHICAGO -- A slim specter of hope turned sharply to the worst thought imaginable for Bulls fans late Saturday afternoon -- how do they survive without Derrick Rose? An MRI revealed a torn...
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Lewis pushes lead to 2 in Mobile – Sports Network

USA TODAYLewis pushes lead to 2 in MobileSports NetworkMobile, AL (Sports Network) - Stacy Lewis posted her second straight five- under 67 on Saturday to extend her lead to two strokes after 54 holes of the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic. Lewis finished three rounds at 14-under-par 202.
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Police Find Man Dead in Washington Mountain Bunker – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalPolice Find Man Dead in Washington Mountain BunkerWall Street JournalAP NORTH BEND, Wash.—Peter Keller spent eight years carving his hole in the side of the mountain, camouflaging the rugged underground bunker with ferns and sticks and stocking it with a generator and ammunition boxes sealed in Ziploc bags.Peter Keller found dead at bunker as standoff endsSan Francisco ChronicleBody believed to be that of murder suspect, survivalist found in bunkerChicago TribunePolice blow Wash.
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PHOTOS: Hollywood Hits Washington

For one weekend every year, Washington, D.C., becomes almost as star-studded as Hollywood. This year was no exception as celebrities flocked to the nation's capital for the 2012 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner. Stars, including Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, George Clooney, Kate Hudson, Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara, rubbed elbows with politicians and journalists as they hit the town for the big show with President Obama. But Saturday night's dinner wasn't the only shindig in D.C.
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Obama: ‘Dogs Are Fair Game’

President Barack Obama brought the recent "War on Dogs" into his 2012 White House Correspondents' Dinner speech with jokes about Seamus Romney and dog "socialism." "Everyone is predicting a nasty election, and we have all agreed that families are off-limits," Obama said. Dogs are apparently fair game." Obama then introduced an "ad" from a fake Super PAC that "frankly, I think crossed the line." "I know Governor Romney says he has no control over what his super PACs do, but can we show the ad?" Obama said. What followed was a video featuring the story of Seamus Romney -- the GOP hopeful's former pet Irish setter who was once strapped to the roof of the Romney car for a 12-hour road trip. "What about President Obama? Under his leadership, man's best friend has been forced into automobiles," the fake ad said.