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Knights’ Kelly McCrimmon coveted by Oilers, others around NHL
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Kelly McCrimmon is widely regarded as one of the top candidates for the vacant GM job with the Edmonton Oilers, and his availability this summer could start a domino effect involving at least two other front offices.

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Joe Biden accused of inappropriate touching, kissing by former Nevada assemblywoman
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A former Nevada assemblywoman alleges former Vice President Joe Biden inappropriately touched her and kissed the top of her head during a campaign appearance in 2014.

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Virginia beats Oregon; Purdue wins in OT
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Ty Jerome scored 13 points and put Virginia ahead for good by sinking a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 3:34 left as the top-seeded Cavaliers outlasted No. 12 seed Oregon 53-49 in a South Region semifinal.

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Nevada lieutenant governor chooses not to skip White House event
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Nevada Lt. Gov. Kate Marshall attended a roundtable for lieutenant governors at the White House Wednesday where workforce development and trade deals were discussed with top administration officials, including acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney.

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Aerosmith residency leads April’s top concerts in Las Vegas
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The rockers launch their Park Theater showcase April 6.

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Disaster aid bill faces tricky path in Senate
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A battle over funding for Puerto Rico is complicating the path forward for a long-delayed disaster aid bill that’s a top political priority for some of President Donald Trump’s Republican allies as it heads to the Senate floor this week.

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Top-seeded Duke survives scare from Central Florida
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The No. 1 overall seed rallied in the final seconds Sunday to beat UCF 77-76 and reach the Sweet 16 in the East Region.

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Top Marine general warns about combat readiness setebacks
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A number of unexpected costs, including major hurricane damage repairs and unplanned deployments to the U.S.-Mexico border, are forcing the Marine Corps to cancel training exercises and will degrade combat readiness, the top Marine general warned.

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