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TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2016

NATO alliance getting new supreme commander

The NATO alliance this week is getting a new supreme commander, a former top-ranking U.S. military officer in Korea hailed Tuesday by Defense Secretary Ash Carter as a proven warrior-diplomat and “a soldiers’ general.”

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MONDAY, MAY 2, 2016

A flag representing the transgender community, right, flies next to the Massachusetts state flag, left, and an American flag, behind, in front of Boston City Hall on Monday. (Steven Senne / Associated Press)

Transgender pride flag raised at Boston City Hall

BOSTON – Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says a transgender pride flag raised Monday over Boston City Hall plaza will continue to fly until everyone is equal under the law in Massachusetts. The Democratic mayor and other elected officials joined activists ...

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Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, campaigns at the Wagon Wheel restaurant in Bloomington, Indiana, on Monday. (David Snodgress / Associated Press)

Indiana primary is shaping up to be a last stand for Cruz

KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. – Ted Cruz stood on a basketball court in this movie-set-perfect small town and predicted the Hoosier State would provide the boost his campaign needs to stop Donald Trump from securing the Republican presidential nomination. Now, that outcome is seriously in doubt. Ahead of Tuesday’s pivotal primary here, new polling shows Trump widening his lead in Indiana in what is shaping up to be a last stand for Cruz – and the GOP establishment – to block the billionaire businessman’s momentum.

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Parting Shot — 5.5.16

Sgt. Greg Moore's widow Lindy Moore, far right holds their daughter Gemma, 2, along with Moore’s son, Dylon, 13, and ex-wife Jennifer Brumley far left at Fallen Heroes Plaza at ...

Free pizza for moms

MOD Pizza is offering moms free pizza on Mother’s Day. Moms can receive one free 11-inch pizza or hand-tossed salad during regular business hours at MOD Pizza locations nationwide Sunday. ...

Montana proposes grizzly bear hunting plan

HUNTING -- If grizzly bears are removed from the endangered species list, Montana wants to be ready with a hunting plan. State wildlife officials this week released draft regulations for ...

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