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Former California Gov. Pete Wilson endorses Ted Cruz

Two Republicans with knowledge of Wilson's decision told The Associated Press that the former governor and U.S. senator will announce his support for Cruz on Saturday at the state Republican Party convention in Burlingame. While Cruz is a tea party favorite and social conservative, Wilson is regarded as a moderate who could help Cruz draw support from the political middle.

Cranky on the Web: Taking Advantage of Airline Schedule Changes

Taking advantage of airline schedule changes to save money – Associated Press The AP put together a good article about... Read More

Stephen Curry's Face Stamped on Packets of Heroin in Philadelphia

Police in Philadelphia discovered heroin dealers in the city are beginning to use Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry's face on their products' packaging, per the Associated Press (via Thomas J. Nestel III, a regional...Show More Summary

The Honest Company: Jessica Alba’s Company Sued By Organic Consumers Association Over Organic Formula Concerns

Jessica Alba’s company, The Honest Company, is being sued by the non-profit organization Organic Consumers Association over concerns about their organic infant formula. According to a press release, posted on the association’s website,...Show More Summary

Newswire: Attention small, sexy men: Prince’s Purple Rain jacket is for sale

Men hoping to absorb some of Prince’s legendary mojo take note: According to The Associated Press, a jacket worn by the Artist in his 1984 movie Purple Rain is going up for auction. Unfortunately, though, it’s not the purple jacket Prince...Show More Summary

Prince's 'Purple Rain' Motorcycle Blazer Up for Auction

A coat worn by Prince in iconic 1984 film Purple Rain is going up for auction. The late music legend wore the black-and-white, leather-sleeved blazer while riding a motorcycle with co-star Apollonia Kotero, The Associated Press reports.  The garment has an asking price of $6,000 to $8,000 in the June 29th sale from...

NEI Highlights Cell and Gene Therapies, Novel Imaging Technologies at Vision Research Meeting

The National Eye Institute (NEI), part of NIH, is participating in the Inaugural Press Conference from the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Annual Meeting (ARVO 2016).

Prince death investigation now focusing on possible overdose and a doctor

LOS ANGELES — Investigators are looking into whether Prince died of a prescription drug overdose and whether a doctor might have been involved, the Associated Press reported Thursday. Specifically, investigators want to know whetherShow More Summary

Broke Socialist Paradise Venezuela Can't Pay to Have Its Money Printed

Venezuela's hyperinflationary economic crisis has gotten worse in one very important and apparently unprecedented sense than even the one seen in Weimar Germany in the 1920s. Yet the Associated Press and the New York Times apparently...Show More Summary

New Report Says Prince's Death May Be Investigated As An Overdose

A week after Prince's unexpected death, authorities are one step closer to figuring out how the music legend died. On Thursday, law enforcement told the Associated Press that they are investigating the possibility that the Purple Rain artist suffered an overdose. Related: Judge Confirms Prince Didn't Have A Will As we reported, sources close to the 57-year-old said [...]

Prince Update: Investigators Consider Overdose, Doctor May Have Supplied Drugs [Breaking]

On Thursday, a law enforcement official informed the Associated Press (AP) that investigators are trying to determine whether superstar singer Prince died from a drug overdose and if a physician was prescribing him the medications in the weeks preceding his death. Show More Summary

FBI: ‘Argument can be made’ fake AP story broke rules

WASHINGTON — FBI officials say there's no clear evidence the agency violated its own rules when it posed as The Associated Press to unmask a criminal, according to a report obtained through a public records lawsuit. Continue reading ? The post FBI: ‘Argument can be made’ fake AP story broke rules appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Cleveland Clinic: Influential politicians, MMA executives align to raise awareness for traumatic brain injuries

At Tuesday's press conference on Capitol Hill, Dr. Charles Bernick, associate director of the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, announced the Nevada State Athletic Commission will be adopting the "C3" test, which will track brain function in fighters. Show More Summary

“Moderate” Jordan Bans Lebanese Rock Group For Music That Contradicts Abrahamic Faiths

Et tu, Jordan?Via the Associated Press:Jordan has banned a performance by a popular Lebanese rock band on religious grounds, spurring criticism of the Western-allied kingdom, which portrays itself as an island of tolerance in a turbulent...Show More Summary

AP PHOTOS: Highlights of the 2016 race for the White House

The candidates in the race for the White House are making the case to voters across the country in a fight to win the Republican and Democratic nominations. Here's a look, as seen in images made by Associated Press photographers on the...Show More Summary

Doc Rivers Tears Up Thinking About Mother Prior to Game 5 vs. Blazers

Prior to the Los Angeles Clippers' 108-98 Game 5 playoff loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday, head coach Doc Rivers became emotional due to the subject of his late mother. According to the Associated Press (h/t,...Show More Summary

Manny Pacquiao Comments on Being Kidnapping Target of Terrorist Organization

Following the revelation that Manny Pacquiao was the alleged kidnapping target of a terrorist organization, the retired boxer commented on the situation Thursday. According to the Associated Press (h/t's Dan Rafael), Philippines...Show More Summary

‘The Jinx’ Subject Robert Durst Gets 7-Year Prison Sentence in Plea Deal

Real estate heir Robert Durst will serve seven years and one month in prison on a weapons charge after a federal judge approved a plea deal on Wednesday, the Associated Press reports. U.S. District Judge Kurt Engelhardt approved the sentence, which Durst accepted, in New Orleans. The maximum penalty that Durst could have faced was... Read more »

AP Story on Anaheim Anti-Trump Violence Explains Why So Few Trust the Media

An April 17 Associated Press story reported that "Just 6 percent of people say they have a lot of confidence in the media." AP writers Carole Feldman and Emily Swanson complained that "perceptions of inaccuracy and bias, fueled in part...Show More Summary

Newswire: The Jinx’s Robert Durst accepts one plea deal while still awaiting trial for murder

It’s looking more and more like Robert Durst, the subject of HBO’s The Jinx documentary, will get his comeuppance. The Associated Press reports that Durst has accepted a plea bargain in New Orleans for illegally carrying a firearm, something he’s barred from possessing as a convicted felon. Show More Summary

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