- Accused Texas gunman was former target of FBI terror probe
WASHINGTON (AP) — The target of a federal terror investigation was one of two suspects in a shooting at a Texas cartoon contest featuring images of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad, and the Islamic State group on Tuesday claimed responsibility for the attack.
- Reforming Baltimore police will be expensive, costly
BALTIMORE (AP) — Months before Freddie Gray died of the broken neck he suffered during what Baltimore's top prosecutor called an illegal arrest, the city's mayor and police commissioner said the department needed reform and asked the Justice Department for help reviewing officer misconduct.
- Kerry visits Somalia; 1st such trip for a secretary of state
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Secretary of State John Kerry made an unannounced trip to Somalia Tuesday in a show of solidarity with a government trying to defeat al-Qaida-allied militants and end decades of war in the African country. He is the first top U.S. diplomat ever to visit Somalia.
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- In Arkansas, Huckabee poised to launch 2nd White House bid
HOPE, Ark. (AP) — Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is preparing another bid for the Republican presidential nomination, eight years after his first efforts to expand on the support of evangelical Christians helped him win eight states in the 2008 primaries.
- Griffin's triple-double lifts Clippers over Rockets 117-101
HOUSTON (AP) — The Los Angeles Clippers knew no one player could make up for Chris Paul's absence.
- Rose, Gasol pace Bulls to 99-92 win over Cavs in Game 1
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Chicago Bulls came in oozing with confidence, unafraid of LeBron James and convinced they could keep their playoff momentum rolling.
- Holtby's shutout, Beagle's goal lift Caps over Rangers 1-0
WASHINGTON (AP) — Braden Holtby stood in a corner of the Washington Capitals' locker room, his arms folded across his chest, his voice low and monotone, his demeanor as steady and calm as when he was protecting the net.
- Clubhouse chemistry in digital age: Winning still cures all
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Relaxing with a cup of coffee in the Minnesota Twins' clubhouse one day last year at spring training, Eddie Guardado looked around.
- LEADING OFF: Billingsley back on mound after 2-year layoff
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