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Baseball's Royals Keep Running Afoul Of Unwritten Rules
The Kansas City Royals were the underdogs in last season's World Series. This year, the team's season has been marred by brawls, suspensions and batters hit intentionally.
Texas Governor Backtracks After Pentagon Denies Takeover Plot
Gov. Greg Abbott ordered the Texas State Guard to monitor U.S. military training exercises scheduled for his state. Some had feared the government was preparing to impose martial law in Texas.
Panera Is The Latest To Drop Artificial Ingredients From Its Food
Panera on Tuesday announced it is dropping artificial colors, preservatives and additives from many menu items. Nestle, Hershey and Kraft are also eliminating or cutting back on additives.
In Kabul, Judge Sentences 4 To Death In Mob Killing Of Woman
An Afghan judge convicted and sentenced 4 men to death for their role in the mob killing of a woman in March. The judge sentenced 8 defendants to 16 years in prison and dropped charges against 18.
Silicon Valley Remembers Dave Goldberg, Who Died Unexpectedly
The CEO of SurveyMonkey was known for his generosity toward colleagues and for supporting the career of his wife, Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg. He died while vacationing with his family in Mexico.
How NASA's Space Race Helped To Integrate The South
Writers Richard Paul and Steven Moss's new book is called We Could Not Fail. It's about the first African-Americans to work for NASA. They profile 10 African-American scientists and engineers.
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