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WASHINGTON | Visitors honor Bush for military victory, disabled rights

WASHINGTON — Soldiers, citizens in wheelchairs and long lines of others on foot wound through the hushed Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday to view George H.W. Bush’s casket and remember a president whose legacy included World War military service and a landmark law affirming the rights of the disabled. Bob Dole, a compatriot in war, peace … Continue reading WASHINGTON | Visitors honor Bush for military victory, disabled rights

PARIS | Leaders laud fallen soldiers on eve of Armistice centennial

PARIS— With words of gratitude, simple, solemn silence or a tweet, leaders lauded the courage of millions of soldiers who were killed during World War I’s four years of unprecedented slaughter before converging on Paris for ceremonies to mark the centennial of the Armistice. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went to Vimy Ridge at dawn, … Continue reading PARIS | Leaders laud fallen soldiers on eve of Armistice centennial

PITTSBURGH | The Latest: Injured daughter attends slain mother’s funeral

PITTSBURGH— The Latest on the aftermath of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre (all times local): 3:05 p.m. The oldest of the 11 worshippers gunned down at their synagogue has been remembered at the final funeral this week in Pittsburgh.? Rabbi Aaron Bisno says the injured daughter of 97-year-old Rose Mallinger attended Friday’s funeral with a nurse. … Continue reading PITTSBURGH | The Latest: Injured daughter attends slain mother’s funeral

LOS ANGELES | Eovaldi turns in World Series performance for the ages

LOS ANGELES  — Nathan Eovaldi seemed to have a rubber arm. Maybe that second Tommy John surgery turned him into a bionic pitcher. Before this week, the 28-year-old right-hander had never pitched on consecutive days in his major league career. Now he was on the mound for the third time in four days for the … Continue reading LOS ANGELES | Eovaldi turns in World Series performance for the ages

SOUTH BEND, Ind. | Pitt faces tall task against No. 5 Notre Dame’s ‘Sequoias’

SOUTH BEND, Ind.— Wide receiver Miles Boykin is usually the tallest guy in a classroom at Notre Dame. The Irish offensive huddle is another matter. “Once we had Chase (Claypool), Cole (Kmet), Alizé (Mack) and me, and I’m the smallest receiver out there on the field,” said the 6-foot-4, 228-pound senior wideout, one of the … Continue reading SOUTH BEND, Ind. | Pitt faces tall task against No. 5 Notre Dame’s ‘Sequoias’

HOUSTON | In October of openers, Indians and Astros will ride starters

HOUSTON — This postseason may be best remembered for its bullpen openers. Just not in the AL Division Series between the Houston Astros and Cleveland Indians. Relief pitchers are covering entire games for other championship contenders this October, but the Astros and Indians are ready to roll old school, starting with Cy Young Award winners … Continue reading HOUSTON | In October of openers, Indians and Astros will ride starters

MILAN | In Milan, colors pop at Versace, MSGM, Etro

MILAN — Fashion may seem a respite for the cares of the world, but often it is actually an expression of them. Designers in Milan this week are finding ways to express their concerns about the global affairs through their collections, in some cases purposely providing an escape but in others using textiles and seams … Continue reading MILAN | In Milan, colors pop at Versace, MSGM, Etro

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. | Allen, Nash, Kidd, Hill in lineup for basketball hall

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Grant Hill thinks his Hall of Fame classmate Ray Allen is being undersold if he’s only remembered as a 3-point shooter. “I remember Milwaukee Ray,” Hill said, recalling Allen’s first stop in the league. “He was one of the greatest shooters of all time, but Ray would dunk on you. He would … Continue reading SPRINGFIELD, Mass. | Allen, Nash, Kidd, Hill in lineup for basketball hall