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Day: August 26, 2012

Former Florida Gov. Crist endorses Obama

By Michael Finnegan, Los Angeles Times – TAMPA, Fla. — With tens of thousands of Republicans gathering in Florida for the party’s national convention, former Gov. Charlie Crist tossed a political stink bomb

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Libertarians rally for Ron Paul

Tracie Mauriello, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – TAMPA, Fla. — Flag-carrying guests were welcomed with raucous Libertarian tunes, $6 draughts and vendors offering everything from $1 temporary tattoos to $500 cruise tickets. The Republican

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Packers considering no-huddle offense

By Tyler Dunne, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – GREEN BAY, Wis. — In Buffalo, chemistry was years in the making. In Indianapolis, same deal. After thousands of snaps with the same receivers, Jim

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Twins routed by Rangers

By La Velle E. Neal III, Star Tribune (Minneapolis) – ARLINGTON, Texas — Brian Duensing didn’t think Ian Kinsler got all of his 1-1 changeup in the first inning, but it ended

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CNN looks for a new formula

By Scott Collins, Los Angeles Times – LOS ANGELES — With the Democratic and Republican national conventions just days away, there’s already suspense behind the camera: CNN is staring down one of

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Brewers shut out in Pittsburgh

By Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – PITTSBURGH — There’s no way to know how Shaun Marcum would have fared in his return to the Milwaukee Brewers’ starting rotation without a miscue

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What’s opening in theaters next week

By Rene Rodriguez, The Miami Herald – Opening Wednesday: LAWLESS (R): Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf and Guy Pearce are some of the bootleggers and lawmen trading bullets over moonshine during Depression-era Virginia.

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Home runs help bury Cardinals

By Derrick Goold, St. Louis Post-Dispatch – CINCINNATI — If Friday offered the Cardinals an opportunity to flex their offense and inch closer to the division-title discussion, then consider Saturday Cincinnati’s sharp

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Spike Lee summers in Brooklyn, again

By Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune – Spike Lee’s movies generally attempt too much, try too many things, canvass a larger array of characters and situations than even a loosely structured story line

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